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SETTLED OUT OF COURT [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
SETTLED OUT OF COURT Settlement was reached in the case in which Elizabeth Auld anri David Stewart Auld, of Smith-street. South ward sued G. E. L. Crocker, chaff mer chant, of McLaren Vale, for £29 10/ he fore Mr. S. D. Eonald in the Local Court yesterday. Plaintiffs claimed for damages said to be- sustained throuah Crocker unlawfully breaking and entering laud the property ot Eliza beth Ar.ld and carrying away two drays, a scoop, chains, and harness and four shovels. Crocker denied the allega tions and counter-claimed for £12 11/8 from David Auld for goods bold and de livered. The terms of settlement were not dis closed. Mr. M. Badger, jun.. appeared for the plaintiffs and Mr. D. B. Ross for tin? defendant.
NOT GUILTY OF MALICIOUSLY Wounding Defendant to Marry Injured Woman To-day [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
NOT GUILTY OF MALICIOUSLY Wounding Defendant to Marry Injured Woman To-day 'I am to be married to the defendant to-morrow,' was the surprising state ment made by a woman in the Ade laide Police Court yesterdav, when she appeared as a witness in a case in which the defendant was accused of having maliciously wounded Her. Frederick T-rury was charged before Messrs. H. J. Deeble and H. Mayor with naving maliciously wounded Heather Leslie Bond, in Grey-street, Adelaide, on February 14. Mr. R. A. Lenthall prosecuted, and Mr. L. T. Gun appeared for Drury. Evidence was given by Dr. Wallace Wilson Jolly that Miss Bond was ad mitted unconscious to the Adelaide Hospital. There were two small cuts over the light eye and bruising below botii eyes. Two stitches were inserted. Site v.as discharged from the institu tion on February 21. Heather Leslie Bond, bookkeeper, of Currie-street, at first declined to make a statement on oath, but later de cided to be sworn. She said that on the evening of Fe...
FENCE AND GATE MAKERS' PAY Laborers' Rate, £3 15/ a Week from To-day [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
FENCE AND GATE MAKERS' PAY Laborers' Rate, £3 15/ a Week from To-lay An award was made is the Industrial Court yesterday by Mr. President Kelly, providing a minimum wage of l/fi''an hour -£3 15/ e week) and a minimum of 1 101 '£4 10/ a week) for :i maximum week of 48 hours, for por foiis eiiKaped in the wire fence and iron and v.ire pato makinp industry. It was also provided 'hat hiring sliouic uv on .in nounv natLs. anu iiia^j Uie award should l;c bindi;:? within ? :hc mpfotjol'.irtji ai-ea frcn viisy urn:] ; Jun= 30. ! The award was nit»c- --n '.he cpylica- 1 tio:i ol the Cyclone Fence aad Gate j Company, the Adelaide Gate and Fence Company, and Alfred Edward Hall, of Norwood, represented by Mr. K. H. Boy kett, who claimed a rate of £4 10/ for machinists and £3 15/ for laborers for a week of 48 hours. The application was opposed by Sie South Australian branch of the Fede rated Ironworkers' Association, repre sented by Mr. M. L. Collaton. The association submitted a counter-claim, ...
FRENCH CHAMPION GOING HOME [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
FRENCH CHAMPION GOING HOME Jean Bidot. champion French cyclist, who is on his way home after a highly successful road and track season in Aus tralia, In which he met Australia's cham pion, Hubert Oppennsn. He has Xaltan victim to the hue of motor cycle dirt track racing. in r ranee, ne states, curt tracK racing has not attained the populartly It enjoys here. In two or three years, he explained yes terday, 'it 'will he as popular as It Is In Australia.' Maudalr. who came out with Bidot. re turned several weeks ago with Opperman and Lamb, who will compete in the Tour de France, which Is recognised as the greatest cycling endurance test in the world. Their presence this vear will give tbe race an Australian flavor. Bldot's plans are uncertain, but he may compete In the race, and tile Tour de Germany. He said he was surprised at the quality of the riders he met hi Aus tralia, and paid a compliment to the ability of Opperman. ?Bidoft. wile Is travelllr.t; -wUh him.
THREE CYCLING FIXTURES WASLEYS SPORTS TO-MORROW [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
THREE CYCLING FIXTURES WASLEYS SPORTS TO-MORROW By 'WHEELMAN' Cycling fixtures at Wasleys to-morrwr. at Wayville on St. Patrick's Day. and at Easter will occupy the attention of local riders for the nest few ?weeks. The Wasleys programme vi'l be decided at the annual sports meeting to-morrow. A fcwo-mi:e event of £5 and a three-mile scratch race of £5 are Included. Pedes trian races and novelty events will aiso I be run. ' The secretary of St. Patrick's Da? cele bration committee cMr. H. J. Savags) ad vises tSat arrangements ror tlie meeting on March 14 are well in hand. The «r?cllng events will be the onjy ones retained this v-'c.r. sclioo; display and similar iw:^is matins up the rest of the programme. j Two-Day Team Race , Interest in the big Easter camJval Is ceutred chiefly in the two-day teams' race, ; ?which wtl begin on tbe afternoon of Good Friday and finish on Easter Saturday night. It is the first time anything of this nature has been attempted In South Australia, and the...
SIMPLIFYING WORK on Metals City Council Examines New Fad Oil Torch [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
SIMPLIFYING WORK oa Metals City Conncill Examines New Fuel Oil Torch The ability to take the heat to the job, instead of bringjng the job to the heat, is an advantage the Magor fuel oil torch holds over the ordinary heat ing apparatus. At the City Council premises, Hali fax-street, yesterday. Professor Kerr Grant, Messrs. P. J. A. Plummer (Shell Company), J Swrie (Adelaide City Council). L. M. Atkins and P. Ken nedy -Posts and Telegraphs Depart ment), and A. A. Ranldn (School of Mines), were shown how the new de vice worked. The torch, an all-Australian patent, is in itself a compact instrument, no; much more than a foot long. It was led from a Un of fuel oil, and the only other plant used was a compressed air unit. It could be made to throw a flame four teet long, or could be controlled to a gentle force, according jo the heat required. Flexibility and low cost are claimed for the apparatus by the distributers. Bascoe & Company, 'Limited, combus tion engineers.
MIRAGE SHOULD AGAIN WIN DINGHY CHAMPIONSHIP Final Heat To-morrow [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
MIRAGE SHOULD AGAIN WIN DINGHY CHAMPIONSHIP i Final Heat To-morrow By 'BOBSTAY' The final heat for possession of the inter-clnb 14-foot yachting cup, and the State dinghy championship will be sailed at Port Adelaide to-morrow. Dr. J. R. Stairhead's Mirage, winner of the first heat, and holder of the title in 1929. should again annex the cham pionship, and enable the Henley Club to hold the cup for the eighth season in succession. Although the form of E. Laing, skipper of Mirage, suggests such a result the race is one of possibilities. A clubmate in K. Allen, was second In the first heat, with Torment, and should he finish first to Mirage, holder of the title in 1929, should win the deciding- heat of ihe State dingfay championship on the Fort River to-morrow afternoon. morrow, with Mirage hi second place, the skippers will be equal in points. This will necessitate a test race between ths two boats to decide the title. Owing to the non-affiliation of the Largs Bay and Glenelg Clubs th...
FOR SALE—LIGHTHOUSE STEAMER Government Building New One Canberra, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
FOR SALE— LIGHTHOUSE STEAMER Government Building New One Canberra, February 26. Tenders for tne purchase 01 tne ugns house steamer Kyogle, which attends lighthouses between Albany and Dar win, are invited in to-day's issue of the 'Commonwealth Gazette.' Tenders close on May 15, and delivery will l-e made about sepremoer. Last year the Federal Government decided to replace the Kyogle by a more modern vessel, and an order was placed with Cockatoo Dockyards m Sydney. Although it was estimated that the vessel could be built in Eng land for about £80,000, the Govern ment put the work in hand at Cocxatco The cost will be about £120.000. and the new veeeel will be launched before the end of the year.
SWIMMERS' REGISTRATION SYSTEM Does It Allow Scratch Men to Win? [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
SWIMMERS' REGISTRATION SYSTEM Does It Mow Scratch Men to Win? By 'TRCDGEON' The registration of competitive swimmers, hroughi Into force by the association at the beginning of tne season, was a. sup long overdue. The failure of swimmers on the scratch mark, however, arrived simultaneously. What does this imply? Is the handi tipping too narsb, or are the scraxch men not fast enough? There can be no gainsaying the fact that the introduction of the method ha» been almost wholly responsible for tjie improved times made In handicap events, ar.d the stirring finishes Thic^; have marked the carnival events tills wasw. But. what about the men on tlie fcrElcS mark? Dur ing tt.p la-^t five cirnlvuls ai which an open 100 yards evtat has bf?u -.ontestcd. in only one race hJa a scrateli rr.au gained a plate in ihc Jtial. Tiiat v.-as at the ins! meeting held by the Unley Crystal Pooi club. Ever? shimmer Is cow handicapped on his time o\-er opeclfled diitapces. sent tn to the handlcappers on regis...
HELPING AVIATION Value of Air Force Assistance [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
HELPING AVIATION Me of Air Force Assistance 8v 'Resimnt' g _*»» Eor&; Ausira^a-i Air Force is to 252s «tse proposed air pageant, to be ??afl «* P*rt3e.fl. the Aero Club will have *- |»y petrr-: ana o'.l. pe^ona: expenses of Jw10- «» ^tiier eipenses Incurred.'' ?te u2s Ti^* \--rn covers exactly Is up toc»=. Ts -..-,. case ot an air pageant, wauea I* being hejd principally to popu J^*-** ?VSBtiazi. U IS linfq^r to put the ??fcrwe ocai an tiic clubs. South Austra i»SfW tiw-ir star^ wward* keeping an Asr PM.IA-. bsr afpareriiiy im^es? they pav M ^tpec«ys. (roar and tear, risk or accl *?**. «=d TmS acd House the airmen, they ?a* tooi permitted to yee an A;r Force Tir»rt)Tir £rosa o^e rear's end to another. inmm sun T-e two ce=trs.r Sjrjris of local aviation ?CPK*aeid- Kii-cr aaei Rice Oxlcy. have ?wcm* to Hie aerodrome. Miller Irom the Ewna-Bea.gy fcr-d thr club Instructor from JteBiKcvti-e, w'~cre the University Engl *?- — ne'cl ». fclidiiie camp. Bice Oxley 2bs & Iks Jo...
RAILWAY OFFICERS' ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
K.%n.W.%V OFFICERS' ASSOCIA TION I^f h»:2o: which i& being taken hy he- RiXsrsT Officrra' Association for :?«? wlccuon cf a representative on the va-'ir-.:-!; OHirrrs- Casj-ifica'-ion Board -V- -?:-?«-? 'i:i March 23. The candi ..'r?- irr Mr.vrj C. G Brrlson p ,1 o-.-^r. A. C. JIa--:c». O. G. Moore. T. :. MTT^ .1 .1 OBricn. T. A. Price P. K-€ C T ?«:?,*. and L. D. We?:. ?;:' -..---..:_ - Jir.o.T ::io prcf crcir.iu 1 rt~ - r.;:.*: rio'-^.iic confcrcr.co ot frsr f'i1.1; Aii^rs^iar aivLsion of Mio ? ?»..:*? v Ofhorr.-' A.v.TTia::on and Fpd.* m-*: vTT. -r,kr ;\:». v-r. May 21. wirli ? , — — ?.» ^oii.o:r.v a:-, .rwinp: will In fcsr* N-- ?-.;-sr : :ir wliolp of ;lir biL=i B^r- n ocy -jj«r. Noniiiia.;ious of offi ?.-. «^2i coci: os Apr:] S.
BOWLS STATE RINK CHAMPIONSHIP Valuable Trophy for Winner [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
BOWLS STATE RINK CHAMPIONSHIP Valuable Trophy for Winner By 'Draw Shot' The State rink championship will begin on Saturday, March 21. It will be open to full members of metropolitan and country affiliated clubs, but the four members of any rink entering must be from the same club. The ?winning rink will receive a trophy to the value of 20 guineas and the runner up one valued at 10 guineas. A consola tion tournament will also be arranged lor trophies to the value of £8 8/ and. £4 4/ for aU rinks losing In the first round of the rink championship. The draw for the consolation tournament will be automa tically the 6ame as that for the rink cham pionship, and the first round of the tourna ment will begin after the first round of the championship. The preliminary games wm be of 15 ends and the semi-finals and final of 25 ends. The usual rule regard ing the playing of a substitute will apply. Entries will close with the association sec retary (Mr. T. Crase) on March 9. Millswood Pairs Tou...
COUNTRY RIFLE CLUBS CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS SHOOT AT PORT [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
COUNTRY RIFLE CLUBS CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS SHOOT AT PORT * By -rAKGET' VV^at has been termed the best mairh of the rear will be fired at . ;5n- r»n Adefaudr range tomor y». This is tbe annual shoot be «nn trams of SO members each rtnJB country clubs within easr -ww* of the cttv. *- £r-t c-*r.rf this event may not »p ? --? - to *-r jir.j^iuis out ot the ordinary. ' - »:»:, k » rraliswl tt»«l, ttie clubs . :?* !i r:-.d 20 men «'ho ran Jeave their « - r' *~n:~r.r iad then provldr the moans . : ?i^p^-,j;:ra. ar'i pay rSa markers* -. « r-s- U-.c nwtfh. t:i-- i:n-fpr=Uciug be ? --t.-- s: '.-wxi:rj:'T rioditAble pprfDrm :;w T'!w »';:?x- cnr-t^Pd to-morrow. In - .v»-r::.-»: .vdr-r. *rp \— Gau.er. Hamie; E-x-i^ LucanrsrV C'frk. Murray Bridge. . -c «?»./ 1-. H:id To nii-=t of tacse It means : - e :-e»- fffm lo reach the raagc at i;* rn: Up to a yrar ago the clubs vtiv«! a ?:; - a.»si5T.ince fo' raUvrey or i s «-r -^»Te'.::sg rrom the Defence Dp : ? mt OeoirTscea*. hat the rifle club vow S - as ti...
STATE ROWING GREW SELECTION Association Alters Method [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
STATE ROWING GREW SELECTION Association Alters Method By 'Kesnrelt.' The Rowing Association has decided that the State crew for die King's Cup should be selected from one club. 'His is the result of a motion earned by eight votes to six at die last meeting of the con trolling body. Many oarsmen trill lament the passing of tlie old order, and a. great many will be thankful that there will be no mor chance of the association being split as it was last year. Looking at the matter Impartially, it seems t pity that & State, whose rowing Is below the standard of the bigger States, should jeopardise lte chances by not taking the best from «ach club. Perhaps the passing of the reso lution -will mark the beginning of better understanding between clubs. The nest King's Cup win be rowed In 1S32. Country Bowing The two country crews, Berrl and Murray Bridge, completely outrowed the city crews last Saturday. Murray Bridge was un doubtedly unlucky to lose. The coxswain waltzed the boat ab...
Port Adelaide Nominations [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
? Port Adelaide Nominations j Nominations for the Pert Adelaide Racing Club's March 14 meeting are due at Consldlne's Agency, Melbourne, or the club's offlce, Adelaide, before 4 pjn. on Monday. The events requiring attention. are: ? £125, River Hurdle, about two and & Quarter milts: £125. Snowden Steeple. about two miles; £150, St. Patrick's Han dicap one mile and three furlcngs; £100. Canal Welter, one mile; £100. Cove Han dicap, five furlongs. The nomination fee for all events (except St. Patrick's Han dicap) Is 10/. The forfeit (£1) lor tbe Sires' Produce Stakes of £645. to be run at tbe meetnlg. must be paid before 3 I pjn. on March 9. ? j
BIG GAME IN NORTH AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
BIG GAME IN NORTH AUSTRALIA It was announced yesterday by the Commonwealth Railways Department that Mr. Donald Mclntosh. well-known sportsman, had decided to form, a party to join in the big game expedition to North Australia in June. A cinemato grapber will accompany the expedition, and take a film of incidents on the trip. Latest advices indicate that game is plentiful along the overland route. The return trip will comprise eight days train travelling, 15 days motoring overland, three days in Darwin, and 10 days among the crocodiles and buffalo.
JOCKEY BREAKS LEG [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
JOCKEY BREAKS LEG J. W. Ryan, who is apprenticed to J. C. Neaie, received a fractured leg when he was thrown from Solmos et Victoria Park on Thursday morning. Ryan was riding the horse in e mile gallop on the tan, when a stirrup leather gave away. The horse swerved towards the inside rail, twisted sud denly, and Ryan was thrown heavily against one of the posts. Mr. A. J. McAuley drove Ryan to the Adelaide Hospital.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
AN APOLOGY! We desire to apologise to the many Dis appointed Clients who were unable to share in the Special Cake Values last Friday. We have now received ample supplies, and extend an Invitation to Share in these Bargains To-day. (ESS-HI I TO INTRODUCE THIS NEW j5-^_ : DERAILMENT THESE HIGHGI^DE J§«Sjfl : CAKtS WILL BE SOLbAT jKtf£7fi] SPECIAL PRICES ON FRIDAY iFtam ? TO-DAV we open our H ?*' Kew Cake Depart- ~st H Tj-.en-.. and set up a new yam ? standard of value giv- ' ^ ? :sg in Quality Block ;§? B Calces. Only the finest, i* ? Quality inirredien^s are S^ ? used, and the Cakes arc itf| H made under ideal hy- ?., ? Ereaic conditions. They fcv- ? «re of delicious flavor, !MI M and perfectly bated. vjj Take advantage of these I tew prioes, for it means -~ that you can eow buy ?Jl .ins: the Cakes you like l|r cheaper ihan you can W make them. Get the m. fcsbit, in future of al- m* ?wars buying your Cakes ^ a; Edment's. _J ' ? 1 ftf^ I Edmenfs f j CAKE | j Department ^ j BASEMENT RU...