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SAILOR'S LONG SWIM Overboard But Not Missed SHIP WENT ON FOR 40 MILES Port Pirie, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
SAILOR'S LONG SWIM Overboard But Not Missed SHIP WENT ON FOR 40 MILES Port Pirie, February 26. A German sailor fell into the Indian Ocean the other day and his absence was not noticed until his steamer had gone 40 miles on its way. The vessel turned back and the man was found—still swimming. The story of this remarkable inci dent was told when the German steamer, Kersten Miles arrived here. The vessel came direct from Flushine (Holland), having been 56 days on the voyage. Ship, Ahoy I" One morning, some time after the ship had passed the Cape, a fireman was reported missing, and the vessel put back in search of him. Forty miles from where the ship turned back and directly on the course the steamer I was pursuing, the man was picked up | little the worse for his long immersion j in the water. He was a strong swimmer. '? As the steamer drew near he was beard shouting, '"Ship. Ahoy!" but when he found himself again on the boat to which he belonged, he was a very surprised man. He had s...
SATURDAY FEATURES OF "THE ADVERTISER" Melba's Last Article READING TO SUIT ALL TASTES [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
SATURDAY FEATURES OF "THE ADVERTISER" Melba's Last Article READING TO SUIT ALL TASTES With the addition of the most attractive features of The Register," the magazine and literary pages of "The Advertiser" to-morrow will provide an excellent selection of week-end reading. Dame Nellie Melba, in probably the last article she wrote, tells of her fight for fame and happiness. As a child she dreamed of the success which her glorious voice was to bring to her. There is no need to go to Darkest Africa in search of big game. Australia has an area as b& as England, where aii the excitement and the sport a hunter might want are to be obtained. This little known part of the continent, teeming with game of many frin^s. is discussed in a special article in the magazine section of Saturday's "Adver tiser." There is an excellent collection of literary reviews and special articles The Diary of a Doctor *s still fuil of human interest. The occasional sur vey of the passing show in the United...
ATTACKED IN OWN STATE A.L.P. CENSURE OF MR. LYONS SUPPORTED Hobart, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
ATTACKED IN OWN STATE A.L.P. CENSURE OF MR. LYONS SUPPORTED Hobart, February 26. The conference of the State branch of the Australian Labor Party to-day endorsed the Federal executive's cen- sure motion against Messrs. Lyons and Penton for having resigned their port folios in the Federal Ministry when Mr. Theodore was re—appointed Treasurer. The name of Mr. Guy, M.H.R., a 6up- | porter of Mr. Lyons, was included in j the motion, which was adopted by a bis; majority. When acquainted with the decision at his home at Devonport Mr. Lyon-; said—"lt is not expulsion. I was spared that indignity. It has seriou meaning none the less, and I accept it as a definite censure on me. Outstand ing amongst the things for which I was condemned was the statement 11 made when I recently returned from I the mainland that I would put the in-j terests of Australia and her people be fore my party, and to-day I was con demned for opposine the Federal cau cus decision to* out off the repayment of the 28 mil...
SOUTH AFRICA WINS RUBBER Solitary First Test Victory Sufficient FIFTH MATCH DRAWN Durban, February 25. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
SOUTH AFRICA WINS RUBBER Solitary First Test Victory Sufficient FIFTH MATCH DRAWN Durban, February 25. South Africa won the rubber against England in the test cricket series. The fifth test, like the second, third and fourth, was drawn. South Africa won the first test by 28 runs, and that solitary victory in December was sufficient to give her the rubber. Heavy rain daring last night did not delay the start of play, and did not affect the wicket, which was hard and true. The English bowling to-day was again extremely steady, and the bats sen were pegged down to a few scoring strokes. Voce again bowled short and bumped the ball over the batsmen's leads. He set bis usual leg trap and it ?ught MitehelL Siedle had a nasty experience when ac was struck under the heart.by a ball From Voce. He collapsed, and the Eng lishmen hurried to his assistance, but he was soon on his feet again. The total at lunch was 2 for 72. Christy batted wen, and sent up the side's 100 in 128 minutes. He then dr...
IN OTHER CITIES SYDNEY GOSSIP from our Special Correspondent Sydney, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
IN OTHER CITIES SYDNEY GOSSIP from our Special Correspondent Sydney, February 26. Sydney is in a whirlwind of politics, Everyone is talking politics. The East Sydney by-election will be held on March 7, and although only 45,000 people will be entitled to vote, the re percussions ol the vote will be lelt throughout the Commonwealth. Al ready East, Sydney has divided the Labor Party, and i: may alter the course of Federal politics, because Mr. Lang, the belligerent State Premier, with his notorious repudiation plan, is expected to stand for a Federal seat should Alderman E. J. Ward, the State Labor Parry's nominee, win the seat. Jock Garden for Federal Parliament Alderman "Jock" Garden, Mr. Lang's rubricated lieutenant, who controls the State executive, has begran a campaign among the Labor League to prepare the way for his own nomination for a Federal seat. As the State executive has absolute power in selecting the Federal candidates, and as it is almost certain to expel or pass over...
S.A. PLAYS TASMANIA SECOND TIME IN 54 YEARS MATCH STARTS TOMORROW [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
S.A. PLAYS TASMANIA SECOND TIME IN 54 YEARS MATCH STARTS TOMORROW To-morrow South Australia will begin a three-day match against a Tasmanian team at the Adelaide Oval. It will be the first match between (he two States for 54 years. The only previous occasion on which representative teams met was in Ade laide on November 10 and 12,1877, when South' Australia won by an innings and 13 runs. On the South Australian side were such well-known cricketers as George Giffen, A. H. Jarvis, and E. G. Phillips. The first-named died a few years ago, but Jarvis and Phillips are still enthusiastic patrons of the Ade laide Oval during first-class matches. J. Bevan was the most destructive South Australian bowler, taking six for 23 and eight for 36. Giffen se cured the remaining wickets—four for 16 in the first innings and two for 40 in the second. South Australia's score of 182 would be regarded as mediocre nowadays, but it was large enough to give the home team a credit balance of 13 after the Tasm...
MINOR ASSOCIATIONS Premiership Lists RECHABITE [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
MINOR ASSOCIATIONS Premiership Lists RECHABITE Premiership points:—Jubilee, 63 points (minor premiers); Port Adelaide, 52; [?] Districts, 48; St. Peters, 39; Tor- rensville, 33; Excelsior, 18; Southwark, 17; 16- EAST TOKREKS Pieuifc^tMp points:—A Gnde—Norwood JBMKSc, S points: PKynehun, 46; Haglll, 4L: St. Karris. 39; Paradise. 34; Eastern tte??d. IT: BmadTiew. 13; Dnlwich. 12. B OB*ae—Parcebmtn B. 55: St. Mark's, St Mkem B. *>: Nevstead Methodist, 35. TCth crack. 31; Norwood Athletic. 30; Gaza. ?*: PsiaOlse. 23; Kensington. United, 22: St Mttrls. 31.
IN THE COUNTRY STANLEY ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
IN THE COUNTRY STANLEY ASSOCIATION Ky[?] 274 and none for 6 (H. Chap- man [?] R. Jones 46. H. Tiller 36), d. Seven H[?] 159 and 120 (T. Richardson 58, J. Aloock 56, L. Kozlowski 37; C. Chap- aas seren Xor 43 and six for .21). &lt;X£VE Tfce Cteve cricket team defeated MUtaJle, malas 2U &lt;Teaas 68) to UUtaUe's 24. TeaXe. took sU wsxexs tea 12 runs. G3DJEBAI* aWtti A, Ut and nine far 40 (C. Sampson SU C K. OoM ttoee lor 10. M. Smart Ucn tar B). &lt;L Preston B. 40 and nine torM(H. Cavmnaen three for 8. C. Samp aoa ttm tar ?).
Port Adelaide-Glenelg Match Interesting [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
Port Adelaide-Glenelg Match Interesting The principal match in the tenth series of district cricket matches which will conclude to-morrow is that be- tween Glenelg and Port Adelaide at the Qlenelg OvaL The game is in an in teresting position and the result is still open. Glenelg has not suffered a re verse so far this season and unless an unexpected collapse of form Is experi enced should have little difficulty in winning its first premiership. The matches to be finished to-morrow are:— Hindmarsh Oval—West Torrens, 337 v. Colts, one for five. Kensington Oval—East Torrens, nine for 326 v. Kensington- University Oval—Prospect, six for 374 v. University- Ualey Oval—Adelaide, eight for 280 v. Sturt. Glenelsr Oval—Port Adelaide, sis for 277 v. Glenelg. B Grade (Red Section) Adelaide v. Glenelg. at No. 2 Ground (A. Hocking and L. F. Blight); Prospect Colts v. sturt. at Prospect (E. O. Williams and T. L. Davis): Junior Colts v. East Torrens, at Norwood (C. Wiggleswortn and F. Bain). Full d...
NARRACOORTE WEIGHTS First Day, March 11 [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
NARRACOORTE WEIGHTS First Day, March 11 One mile and a quarter st. 1b. st. lb. St. Spa .. .. 10 S Gin S'.lng ... 9 3 Rhine Gold .. 10 1 Miss Magic ..9 2 Tharcool .... 9 10 Stonfield .... 9 0 The Cracksman 9 10 Conmerry .... 9 0 Antope .... 98 Dochanassle ..90 Make Haste ..9 5 Galashiels ...90 Firestlck .. .. 9 5 Cassican .. 9 0 On Demand ..9 4 Merri Mack " 9 0 Dark King .. 9 4 F&lt;-v-? np y^}.' g 0 FLYIXG HANDICAP Six fin-longs Mlstone .. 9 0 Sweet Treasure 7 4 Lady Wllkur ..87 Amanstar .. 7 2 trusty Star ..84 Home Again ".71 Salway 7 13 Afflxlt 7 1 Adderlea .. .. 7 10 EX..F 7 1 Indian Nell .. 7 9 Queen Amanus 7 0 Frances Caton . 7 7 Tower Bolt .. 7 0 Multitude.. ..7 5 Lelex 7 0 Pious ... 7 5 White Drnnls . 7 0 NARRACOORTE CUP One mile and o quarter ! Trireme .. .. 9 0 Pious 7 4; Lady Lucknow 9 0 Lady Madge .. 7 2 Woodend .... 8 9 Strathalbyn .. 7 0| Hufford .. . 8 7 E.L.F. 7 01 Impudence. .. 7 7 Ann Offa .... 7 0; Bay Road .. . 7 6 Bieram 7 0 Bonny Deen .. 7 C Alwar .. .. ...
FINAL SPRINTS FOR NEWMARKET Melbourne, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
FINAL SPRINTS FOR NEWMARKET Melbourne, February 26. It was windy and dusty at Flemington this morning. All tracks were in use and the going was good. On the course proper the hurdles were out 30 feet. Hones work- ing on the course proper had the assistance of the wind over the last three and a iuOl furlongs. On the tan track the gallope were: Atnant, lire In evens; Polygonum (T. Lewis), 10 furlongs comfortably in 2.21; Tappoo two in 28> 2 ; Mutcha, four la S2?i: Blast (B. Lewis). 14 furlongs Jn 3.2314: White Nose (A. Armanasco), four In 52' V pin nacle, five in 1.5 H; Illustrious, six In 1.19. the first four In S3, and the first five In 1-6; The Doctor's Orders, wide out on the track, five In 1.5 H. two In 26. three In 39>i,, and four In 52"i; Bold Bid (E. Evans), six In 1.19. On the sand track. Golden Arrow (W. Brady) and Mlllette (J. Eaffaele) ended pacing with two In 26. Banworth stroafe easily outside the course proper. Dick Turpln &lt;A. Dewhurst) went better than...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
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QUIETS UNSTRUNG, EXCITED NERVES Genuine Bayer Aspirin far more Harmless than Bromides [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
QUIETS UNSTRUNG, EXCITED NERVES Genuine Bayer Aspirin far more Harmless than Bromides When Bayer discovered Aspirin and introduced it to the medical profession in 1900. they did not then realise what a blessing Bayer Aspirin would prove to i millions of nervous, excitable folke I throughout the world. J The next tirue you feel unstrung, es i citable, depressed, or have a nervous ! headache, nervous stomach, or cannot j sleep, take two tablets of genuine Bayer I Aspirin any time, preferably about ar. hour after meals or at bedtime. Yoa feel no ill effects: there is no bad re action: your nerves simply miiet iiwn to normal again. Be sure you take only Bayer Aspirin ! because the genuine does not affect the heart deranse the digestion, or form a habit. All chemists sell genuine Bayer Aspirin in boxes of 12 tablets, also bottles of 24 and 100 tablets—the Bayer Cross trade mark appears on every tab let Bayer Aspirin costs no more than the uncertain imitations and loudly ad vertised subst...
CALEDONIAN COLLERIES LTD. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
CALEDONIAN COLLERIES LTD. Caledonian Colleries Limited, announce that the year's operations resulted in small profit only, owing to its collerie having been dosed down until June 2 du[?] to the general stoppage of the northe: cclleries, and tne poor demand for co after resumption, combined with redoctloi in the price brought about by ?ie kee competition for the small amount of bus ness available. The directors therefore n gret no dividend can be paid for Use ha!; year ended December 27 on either suznul: tlve, preference, or ordinary capital.
5 AD—229 Metres [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
5 AD—229 Metres 10—Time, news, music. 11—Homecraft session, by "Nanette;" music continued. 12—Time, close down. 3—Time, weather, forecast, music. 3Js—aadlo serial. 325 —Music continued. 4. Radio bridge. 4.45 —Resume of evening programme. s—Time, close down. 6—Time, dinner music by tne State Opera House Orchestra —The Thieving Magpie and BoscnkAvallier Waltz; The Fountains of Borne and Tills Merry PranKs; Die Bantzau. Oberon Overture and Abu Hassan; Euryanthe Overture. Corona tion March and "Iris" Dances; II I Were tr&lt;T. r and Die Fledermaus. 7 Time Bob and Bob, the fun-makers of 5 AD. 7.35 —Concert by tlie Sander Josze Orchestra: Monastery Bells, An Eastern Wedding and Polo; Bird Songs at Even. The Hobgoblin's Story and Marionette Weddine March. 7.so—Review of Saturday's sporting fix tures. B—Time. Interlude from the studio of Savery's Pianos. Ltd. —"The Last Waltz" (Strauss), played by E-tlUi and Laurel Parley en the famous Beale player piano;' ' monologue recital by Les...
BADMINTON CONTROL Australian Council Formed [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
BADMINTON CONTROL Australian Council Formed At the annual meeting at the Badminton Association it was decided to affiliate with the British Association. The various States have combined to form a council which will govern the sport in Australia. The meeting adop- j ted the new state coloes, and two dele gates were appoin ted to Tcate Interest among women play ers. Negotiations are proceeding to form an association for them. If it Is formed It will be an entirely Independent section. The XJI.C.A. team—B. W. Pull man (captain). E. T. Rows, H. B. Efflcfc. and V. W. Eurridge—was con gratulated on win ning the 1930 pre miership, the first held In the State. Pullman also won the first tourna ment. He and Mr. A. N. Hoiser were the prime movers in the formation of the asso ciation, and the latter has been appointed secretary this year on account of Mr. Ros ter reslsninK. The chairman tKev. Thrush) has also resigned from his poStlon. and the loss of their services Is regretted by mem bers. P...