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LAND TAXATION "HARSH REGULATIONS" To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
LAND TAXATION "HARSH REGULATIONS" To the Editor Sir—saving read or toe treatment of "F.W.P." (Glossop) by the Motor Taxa-&lt;*> tion. Department, in The Advertiser" of October 2, I ask you to publish my experience with the Land Tax Office. I sold my farm in the north 13 yeans ago tmder an agreement to purchase. The document was duly stamped in the Land Tax Office, and I held the deed as security. In 1929 I added to my securities a deed of sub-division. It belonged to a partnership, but •was transferred to my name to save signa ture complications, and made a dear security under loan on my account. The full amount of these properties, added to tbe other securities I held, was listed in the Taxation Department, bringing my holdings to over £5,000 un improved value, for which I have been for two years charged super tax amounting to £19. The sub-division never belonged to me, and yet I am ad vised that in both instances I should have signed a formal transfer before November of...
VIEWS AND COMMENTS "WASTE AND RETRENCHMENT PREMIER AT PAYNEHAM To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
VIEWS AND COMMENTS "WASTE AND RETRENCH MENT PREMIER AT PAYNEHAM To the Editor Sir—your leading article with the above heading, in Tuesdays paper, hardly gives a correct interpretation of the Premier's speech. I hold no brief for the Premier, but in common jus tice must say that the whole trend of his speech was, that if any economy or saving could be introduced without impairing the efficiency of primary, secondary, or technical education, he would be the first to enforce it, thus clearly showing that "the department's present operations are not the only determinant factor of expenditure." Therefore, he is certainly not guilty of your charge of "grave discourtesy."— I am. Sir. &&, H. H. COLEBATCH, , Chairman Payneham School Jubilee Celebrations Committee. [We readily accent our correspon dent's own words—if any economy or saving could be Introduced without impairing the efficiency of primary, secondary, or technical education." "Hie point at Issue is simply tills: Wh...
A.L.P. AND THE BISHOP NO OPPOSITION TO CHURCHES To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
A.L.P. AND THE BISHOP NO OPPOSITION TO CHURCHES To the Editor Sir—In your Tuesday's issue Mr. W. J. Hyde says he suspects that the rea-&lt;*> son given for the refusal of the Bishop's invitation is not the whole truth, and tti«i states that a consider able number of the delegates to the Labor conference belong to a denomi nation that forbids its adherents to enter any other place of worship but *Vip&lt;t own. It 1s very easy to dispel Mr. Hyde's suspicions. Only recently .the Labor Party accepted an invitation from the Rev. E. A. North Ash to St. Luke's (Church of England) to hear bis sermon on "The Brotherhood of Man." We also accepted an invitation from the Rev. A. H. MeSxmme to attend an industrial 6unday- service at Draper Memorial Methodist Church. The?ev. A. BL Melbourne has also been given permission to speak in the Labor ring at the Botanic Park. Zn toe Labor Party we never enquire what Is the religion of any member, and oar selec tion of candlriwiw and of...
ELECTORAL SYSTEM PROPOSED PREMIUM ON EXPERIENCE To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
ELECTORAL SYSTEM PROPOSED PREMIUM ON EXPERIENCE To the Editor of the various political parties is busy blaming the others for our present financial position, although there are not lacking healthy signs that each party is admitting some small snare of the blame and -promising to amend in ttie future. It would seem that, in so far as Australia has herself •"ought about disaster,-as apart from jroeMrwide causes, one of the con trfbuUng causes, if not the main cause, is the readiness of each party to angle for the votes of ttiat section of the community which is the most inex perienced and irresponsible, but which has the greatest voting power. By our present system of democracy we place the voting power In the hands of an persons lover the age of 21 years. w? 1? y ' J 11l, effect tb?t ifo*3l a person l^liv?d 21 years he or she Is com petent to take part in our government. « «ny virtue hi this system it should be obvious that when a per son has lived 42 years he or she should be twice ...
WHY CAPITAL LEFT AUSTRALIA SUGGESTED REMEDIES To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
WHY CAPITAL LEFT AUSTRALIA SUGGESTED REMEDIES To the Editor Sir—"Economy" (Woodville) says the depression in Australia Will be a blessing in disguise under certain con-&lt;*> ditions. He, like many others, rails «™j? cars and tractors, setting out SSLS? J£ nu&. *"*£ with =K?2K*? rin SjUle past six years was SUSfiOOfiOO, and quite £100.000,000 of tnls amount has gone to that country fer.. motor vehicles and petrol. But what were the causes of all this monev leaving Shis country for these things? we nave the best of coal and Iron, and men In Australia to at least build all the motor vehicles that we required: but the great trouble is the fact that we also have spendthrift Governments mflltent unionist agitators. Com munists, and Arbitration Courts, which sept raisins; wages and salaries. The last four years' drought and the pre vious year's partial drought have caused a great shortage of farm horses to take off the present crop. The duties are too high on petrol, on...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
I This Suite is made from finest) selected figured Maple, and Is an example of high-grade furniture. It -^ >^ . j-^- _' -_ _ ' I comprises 5 ft. 6 to. WARDROBE, foil-length mirror behind right-hand door, two-thirds hanging space, A* *■?? #B i two shelves, three trays, and shoe rails at right: 4 ft. 6 In. FULL PANEL BEDSTEAD, beautifully shaped; As HkiJIA a■ DA I handsome 30 lnoh LOUGHBOY, two drawers and doable door cupboard; 4 ft. DRESSING TABLE, five /Jvi O ~y nV V 1 drawers, cut-out knee-space, mounted on Vinwrt?nmA turved legs; the large shaped rimless mirror makes v«^y v^ —^ ••■• | the Suite most attractive. ■ I A typical eaunplfi of Bains, HunUn's consistent quality. This 8-plece Dinlntr-room Suite is made from rf^ /^k/f\k BF—tk f^. if s imported Oak, beautifully grained, me SIDEBOARD is 6 ft. 6 In. wide, witti bain lined, divided cutlery &_' i|B J|/ r fl A.-nF i drawer, two deep drawers and cupboard either side, mounted on six turned and fluted legs; 6 ft. 3 in. x ...
Torrens Rowing Club [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
Torrens Rowing Club At the annual meeting of the Tor-&lt;*> rens Rowing Club, the chairman (Mr. C. A, Darwent), in moving the adop-&lt;*> tion of the report, said the club should leei proua at naving again won me premiership. There had been a marked Increase in membership during the year. Officers elected were:—Patron, Mr. A. E. Broadbent: vice-patron, Mr. T. K. Qurban; president, Mr. C. A- Darwent; captain. Mr. W. Robins; vice-captain, Mr. W. Nlnham; committee, Messrs. A. E. Bromfcent. C A. Darwent, T. K. Qur ban, A. Gregory, Xu Dunstan, B. Lang man, and J. Grlmshaw* auditors Messrs. E. J. Biebe and M, J. Dally; treasurer and prosy delegate to asso ciation, Mr. T. Crookall; secretary and delegate to association. Mr. A. W. Dally. Association certificates and club taopbies were presented. T. Crookali secured the B. A. Walsh Shield, J. GrJmshaw Hub gold medal presented by Mttlj. Dunatan for the member most attentive to training, and A. White the medal for the mos...
DO YOU KNOW— [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
DO YOU KNOW— 1. The origin of-"martinet" 2.. The difference between "sports" and "disciple"? 3.Where is Lord Howe Island, and 8. Where Is lAd?m Island, and how it is administered? ' ■_-■ -: 4. Who vat CagUostro? v 6. What is Me? ~ . _^^.. : 8. The two. most fanwiw iflHi'Umoii - In the world? ~ _\:-,:?;„. Answea tm. Bay B. .' % r^?;s>
FOR FICTION LOVERS The Chronicle Story Pages [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
FOR FICTION LOVERS The Chronicle Story Pages Lovers of literature will find much to interest them in the story pages of this week's edition of The Chronicle," which will be on sale tomorrow. A further Instalment or Harold Sextorf? fine serial, "Gentleman of GoMavU." wOI be pQblistiea, as weU as -ttae fifl lowing complete storlee:—"The THw^ti Ivory," by Etbel F. Hedele; "Yonr Name and Address. Please," by A. Wi Allen, and "Across tbe Way," by Mabel Dean. .
IN AID OF THE S.P.C.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
IN AID OF THE S.P.C.A. A dance was held last Saturday aunt in the Myponga Institute in aid of the Society tor the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. The dance was convened by Mis. J. DeSallly. who. was assisted br Kr. W. J. Parker and Mr. Collins. Anton* those present were—Mesdames .•- Collins. Deverson, Parker. Pndeuluwu. S. Bant, Baxter, DeSallly. Beard, and Martin. Misses L. and C. DeSallly. J. Buta, I«. Hadlow, K. Hunt. Iteakle, Beard. 1C tJnder down. J. Hntchlnaon. B. John*. M. and R. Batte, M. Faggotter, J. «od B. Oarke. L. Herring. V. Bowley, and D. and JL Boftln (secretary SJ?.CJL). Messxs; Parker. Devos, Deverson, Batta, Beard, : iMttenz. Collins, Hiitchtnscm, -BaT&or, ****** fftflrfc. White, CoOtes. Bennett Bntton. gtoidalr. Hunt Green. Davis, I«nrenna.^««*?, Smith, Aldan. Rnan, Zatta. JJ^wen. Bannlne. Baxter. Ball. Waten. Haatog. Parker, Hasiet*. Watenoao. Scnrrmc. and Mmltn
BRIDGE AND DANCE AT GOLF CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
BRIDGE AND DANCE AT GOLF CLUB Over 100 guests were entertained by the social committee of the Morphett-&lt;*> ville Park Golf Club at a bridge and dance evening, which was held at the home or the president (Mr. W. A. Ben nett). Trophies were presented to Mr. W. G. Scott. Mr. A. K. Code, and Mr. T. Solly. The bridge prizes were won by Misses C. Bennett and P. Ben nett. Miss U Fitzgerald and Mr. G. Veale received the Monte Carlo dance prizes. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bennett. Sir. and Mis. CyrU Brown. Mr and Mis H. H. lawm, Mr. and MIS. E. S. Kay. Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Martin, Mr. and Mrs. XL C. ffcUa. Mr. and Mrs. D. Fidocfc, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Day.Mr. and Mrs. J. Glbbs. Mr. end Mrs. B. Stew art, Mr. and Mrs. McNanle. Mr. and Mrs. G. Veale. Mr. and Mrs. P. CMaUey. Mes dames Cock. G. Flight. Barnes. Hamilton, and H. Brown, Misses Marjorle Honey. Joan Atkinson. M. Grundy. A. Twell. E. Wtazer. M. MeCormack. E. FltsgeraW. .£• Flte gerald. M. CCGrady. O. FMock. ...
MISS TWEED CASE Appeals Lodged Broken Hill, October 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
MISS TWEED CASE Appeals Lodged Broken Hill, October 6. Another development occurred this after-&lt;*> noon in connection with the Miss Tweed case. Appeals were lodged by Mrs. K. M. Gleeson (owner of Miss Tweed), and the Jockey. Gleeson. Mrs. Oleeson appealed against tbe decision of Mr. H. E. BoweO. who on Saturday took tbe Flying Handi cap away tnom Miss Tweed. The appeal of the Jockey «u against tbe action of Mr. BoweU yesterday In sus pending >?'"? from riding In races three months. The appeals will be sent to Sydney, end any further action will be directed by the committee of the AJ.C.
THIS WEEK'S SHOWS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
THIS WEEK'S SHOWS "KATINKA" at the Theatre Royal was revived in all its splendor on Saturday for a short season. It will conclude tomorrow, with a matinee this afternoon. Lilian Crisp brought back memories with the haunting "Rackety Coo" number. • • • • "OTRADER HORN" at the MAJESTIC. ■*- Certainly an auspicious opening for this great jungle epic. Nobody will want to miss the adventures of the two hunters in the heart of the Dark Continent, where they discover the white goddess. Nina T. Edwina Booth, Duncan Renaldo, and Harry Carry carry the chief responsibility, but the performance of Mutia Omoolu, as Renchero. is a remarkable piece of work. The spectacular has certainly not been overlooked in filming this story- A Laurel and Hardy comedy supports. • • • • **THE OFFICE WIFE" at the RE -*■ GENT. The danger of pretty sec retaries and attractive business men is outlined in this drama of a cap tain of industry, his stenographer, and his neglected wife Lewis Stone, Dorothy Mackail, end ...
Victorian Gallops INDUNA GOES WELL Melbourne, October 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
Victorian Gallops INDUNA GOES WELL Melbourne, October 6. The weather was fine, and an the tracks were in good order at Remington this morning. The most important tasks were:— On the Tan.—Boyal Barb trotted and cantered. Mulct*, who is Improving daily, ran a mile In 1.56. Golden Arrow went well over six furlongs in 120; and Middle Watch went a furlong farther In 1.37*4 steadily. Valiant Maid took 136 over a similar Journey. Shadow King, who looks well, was going easily over a mile In 1.52. Bold Bid ran the last six of a mile In 1.221). The Doctor's Orders, with the out side position, went better than Magnesia over a mile In 1.46>4, the first six In 1-18U. On the Grass.—Ormolu easily beat Bes semer over ten furlongs In 2.15. and Mural Crown finished a long way.ln front of La Jasonde at the end of a mile In 1.45& At ft?in«M Conditions were Ideal at Caolfleld. where an the tracks were In use. On the course proper, Chatham and Vlgne went well over seven furlongs In 1-32'A, Old...
V.A.T.C. ACCEPTORS Toorak Handicap and Guineas Melbourne, October 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
V.A.T.C. ACCEPTORS Toorak Handicap and Guineas Melbourne, October 6. Final acceptances were declared today for three of the events to be run at the opening on Saturday of the V.R.C. Spring meeting. South Australia will be represented in the Debutant Stakes by Lady Superior. winner of the Dequetteville Stakes, who has Incurred a 5 Ib. penalty. The Toorak Handicap will be run over eight and a half furlongs for the first time, this distance having been decided on to obviate the possibility of a division. Among the 22 acceptors are Baccha Sakao, Glenanton, and Amant. Ammon Ba appears to have tbe Caul field Guineas at his mercy. Among those who will oppose the A.J.C. Derby winner Is Anunato. The acceptors are:— DEBUTANT STAKES Four furlongs st. lb. st. lb. Sanballet (Inc. Civilian .... 8 0 S lb. pen.) .85 Flotation ... 8 0 BondeUe (Inc. Cbetowalk . . 7 11 5 lb. pen.) . 8 0 Coonartha . . 7 11 Lady Superior Greenlaw ... 7 II (Inc. 5 lb. Kallash .... 7 11 pen.) . . .80 Poor Princess .79 Bal...
CRICKET A.N.A. MATCH [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
CRICKET A.N.A. MATCH The Australian Natives Association opened its cricket season Saturday with a match between Southern Branches and Hindmarsh The game is being played on tbe south parklands, and will be continued, on Saturday. Scores:— Southern Branches. 65 (Lower lfi. Brown ' 16, Stokes not out 13: W. Curnow two for 16, 3. Hubber two for 11. B. Flnlay two for S. V. Mertlen one for 1. J. Cumowone for 24); Hindmarfh Branch, seven for 63 (R. Benz 30: Boltnson three for 5. Le Malstre two for !>, Stokes one for 8, Phil lips one for 18). MUHDA&UL—The annual meeting of the MtmdaUa Cricket Club was presided over by the president (Mr. X* M. Dinning) The balanee-cheet disclosed a debit ol £4 8/9. against a debit of £10 16/4 a year ago. Officials eleeted:-¥resldent, Mr. L. M. Dinning; vice-president. Mr. W. H. Stevenson: secretary, Mr. P. T. Babone; captain, Mr. L. O. Leach: vice-captain. Mr. W. H. Stevenson; assistant secretary, Mr. E. Scown; umpire, Mr. C. B. Scown; auditor. Mr...
Advertiser Crosswords—l95 [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
Advertiser Crosswords — l95 THE CUJEf 5. OmaWnte. 9. Cards. -13. Protected. It Ingredient |^£ 26.' I^ef^ 99 T7rrTTliln+-n? 3li OrS^^ ,^'8ono'P etri *l. inilS. -50. Grooves. *n i^vn-.:.. 5L Examine. a Entrance. DOWN 54. g^utant. 2- i-eal, S5- Pronoun. 3. KUn. f6. Pitched. 4. K-wtcnlng. S7- Advice. 5. atat. No. 194 ff. Ncjrapapw J- B™* ?• Cut 9. Finw. 10. Yield. Igr^ ?■ BottT^ "* CotlultlOD* Sorrowful. 43 Stiff AR AcrfLn ti- S' sfi^^ ***• Value. 49 WHhered. ANOTHER PROBLEM TOMORROW