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UNLICENSED PISTOL [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

UNLICENSED PISTOL William John Cawse, of Lower Nortii Adelaide, was fined £1 with £1 costs by Messrs. H. J. Deeble and H. Mayor in ihe Adelaide Police Court yesterday on a charge of having been in prescssion of au unlicensed uistoL

Publication Title: Advertiser And Register
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

BLACKS LIMITED ? IN GO UGER-STREET I I WITH WHICH IS MERGED I C J. YOUNG SHOE CO. ? 55, RUNDLE-STREET. I jKvJ^V -PBk. PATENT CTS- U 9 ^H^W^^ ^V^^B&V -v ^^ A ^- ^1^^ Very Popular Plain Black Patent ^K^^BX ^^^Kl X. ^H ? mw^^k Court, excellent fitting, round toes, ^?f^^^BX ^^^BX N. ^^1 ? ?# A W smart high Spike, also Junior Spike VA^B\ ^^Hfik N. °^H ? ^ft W I heels, excellent heel grip. ?kWUf/ APPLE CRN- 14 u W9^^^^^^^^B^W ^^B^k -s^^^^^^^^^^^ Popular shade pretty 'Apple Green' WVk^^^^^^^Ba, ^^HDw X.^^^^^^^ Court, also centre buckle strap, both ?\IQ^^^^B\ ^B\ -w_ lines Junior Spike heels, comfy fit W^BH^^^B\ ^Ba. ^*'n^, ting, round toes, half sizes. WH I ^^^^Jg^M^^^ ^^TSk^^BaS^^k. Pretty shade 'Sky Blue' Court, made WM I ^Rjl^^^H&^^^^f^lKn^H^ on a comfy round toe last, with ?? I ^a^VA^B^B^BHf^S^^&Bl^VkN^B^B^BV popular high Spike heels, excellent ?? I vK^B^B^B^bT&c^^B^B^BkK^^B^H^B, flithig, half sizes. ^^SH^^fi^S^P*'^^^^|r^^^ Most popular of White Shoes, p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

UnntflYTC!' diamond ring and watch sale. ilLnUiO 25 p.c (5/- in the £) Reduction. INSPECT NOW OR W RITE FOR CATALOGUE 7i. KCNDLE-STHEETT.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

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GAS EMPLOYES' CASE [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

GAS EMPLOYES' CASE Members of the South Australian branch of the Gas Employes Federa tion are interested in the case which Is to be heard by the Commonwealth Arbitration Court. Melbourne, next Tuesday. The employers nave applied zor vne general reduction of 10 per cent, as declared by the court recently. Mr C. Crofts, the general secretary of the Gas Employes' Federation, will repre sent tlie union.

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HONORING HANS HEYSEN LOAN EXHIBITION OF HIS WORK [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

HONORING HANS HEVSEN LOAN EXHIBITION OF HIS WORK An exhibition of pictures by Hans Heysen, covering a period of 35 years, mil be opened in the Society of Arts Gallery, Insatute Building, Northter race, this afternoon, by Mrs. Lavington Bonython. Seldom are lovers of art given an. opportunity of viewing in one exhibi tion the work of one artist over such a period. Arranged by the Society of Arts at the suggestion of the secretary -Mr. H. E. FuJer) as a compliment to Mr. Heysen, the exhibition contains specimens of his work from 1895 to last year. Educationally the exhibition is of great value, lor it enables the on looker to follow the development of the artist's technique through his years of study and experience. The pictures, all of which have been selected by Mr. Heysen as typical of Hie different periods of his career, have been lent by the artist and prominent citizens, among whom are Sir George Murray. Drs. H. H. Wigg and C. T. C. de Crespigny, Messrs. A. A. Simpson, J. H. Gos...

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BOOM IN WASHPANS PROSPECTORS CREATE UNPRE CEDENTED DEMAND [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

BOOM IN WASHPANS PROSPECTORS CREATE UNPRE CEDENTED DEMAND its an ill wind that blows no one any good. Who would have foreseen that de pression would have resulted in an un precedented demand for tin washpar.5 in South Australia. Hundreds of unemployed, despair ing of finding work in the city, hava taken up the gamble of prospecting, and with a small swag and the wash ing pan as almost their only equipment; are searching and sifting for the pre cious metal in all parts of the State: Mr. A. A. Simpson, of A. Simpsoa snd Son. said yesterday that tbe sale of tin dishes in the past six months had been equal to that of the previous tea years. '?Unfortunately,' he added, 'this boom does not add to the employing capacity of our factory as the manu facture of the dishes is simple, snd only two men are needed to turn out the thousands necessary to meet the de mand In South Australia and in the other States. : Communist Sent for Trial. — The Com-. munist Robinson, who is charged with having ca...

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LUXURY PLANES FOR IMPERIAL AIRWAYS TO CARRY 13 PEOPLE AND 11 TONS OF MAIL SILENT CABINS LONDON, February 25. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

LUXURY PLANES FOR IMPERIAL AIRWAYS TO CARRY 13 PEOPLE AND ! V TONS OF MAIL silenTcabins LONDON, February 25. An ail-metal Dying boai which w;:! be used by Imperial Airways on the Mediterranean section of the Indian and African routes, made a successful trial flight at Rochester today. It is the first to be completed of threi on order with Messrs. Short Brothers. It weighs 14 tons, has four Bristol Jupiter engines developing 2.400 horse power, and is capable of 130 miles n;i hour. It will seat 15 passengers, and cs'\ carry one and a half tons of ma;:. Engine noise will be reduced to a minimum in tlie saloon bv the use of sound insulation walls between Vna saloon covering and the outer skin cf the hull. When the three new flying boats are in commission. Imperial Airways will nave a fleet of 34 aircraft, developing a total of 48.000 horse-power. England to Australia. According to the Vacuum on Com pany, Mr. E. H. Eroadbent. a yours New South Wales Aero Club pilot, win leave England in ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

[?] Stock Pattern China Teaware all one price 1 /]] A Genuine Sale Clearance of hundreds of pieces of Stock Pattern China Teaware. Many patterns to choose ? ^Jj^ from, including Bhie Grecian Border, Black Grecian Border, FeJtoon Green Border, Festoon Blue Border, Black Circle Design, Black and Pink Floral Design. Many of these patterns have been discontinued by the makers, and owners of these stock patterns are strongly advised to add to their services at these remarkable Sale Prices. Cake Plate*, usually 4/3 and 3/6, Sale Price ? 1/11 Bread and Batter Plates, 2/6, 3/-, Sale Price . . . . . . 1/11 Cups & Saucers, 3/3, 2/4, 4/ for 1/11 Jogs, 5/9, 4/6, 5/6, Sale Price 1/11 Basins, 5/9, 4/6, 5/6, Sale Price 1/11 C3JX UNMOUNTED LONDON MADE BRIARS, 9/. A lightning fastener Tobacco Pcmch, usually *oM «t 4/9, free with each pipe. Tobacco— Areade LADIES' HAIR CLIPPERS, beat Britfah make. Usually 7/6 for 3/11. Ctrtlery Dept— Areade Boiled Gold 7-jeweI WaHham Hunt ing WATCHES, 10-year...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

NOVELTY DRAPERY BAZAAR'Sl CRASHING SALE OF BANKRUPT STOCKS. Our shelves and tables are flooded with amazing bargains. Now is your chance to save ! Now is the time to buy ! I = COME FIRST THING THIS MORNING, as LADIES' Hose, Vests, and Bloomers 1/ Ladies' Black Ribbed Cotton Hose, now - - - 6d. 1/3 Ladies' Ribbed and Plain lisle Hose now - - 9d. 1/11 Ladies' Silk Hose, Cresting Sale Price - - 1/ 2/11 Ladies' Silk and Silk and lisle Hose - - 1/11 2/11 Ladies' Silk and Wool Hose, now - - - 1/11 3/11 Ladies' Delasky Silk Hose, now - - - 2/9 1/- Ladies' Cotton Vests, Crashing Sale Price - - 6d. 1/6 Ladies' Cotton Vests, Crashing Sale Price - - 1/ 2/6 Ladies' Silk and Cotton Vests, W. 1/6, 0-S. 1/9 4/6 Ladies' Art Silk Lockstitch Vests, now ? 2/11 1/9 Ladies' Cotton Fuji Bloomers, now - - - 1/ 3/6 Ladies' Silk and Cotton Bloomers, now ? 1/11 4/6 Ladies' Art Silk Lockstitch Bloomers, now - 2/11 Underwear =^ 3/6 Ladies' British Fuji Petticoats, now - - 1/11 2/11 Ladies' Suspend er Belts, Cr...

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Heysen Show To-day Sweep of Bush Fires Gunners in Action Congestion in Skin Stores [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

Heysen Show To-day; Sweep of Bush Fires; Gunners in Action; Congestion in Skin Stores BAVS UETSEN. an exhibition of whose pictures over a period of 35 years, wfll be opened in the Society of Arts gallery this afternoon, tasrwently token to painting still life. 'Dahlias,' which is illus trated above. Is a. splendid example of this phase of his work. GOOD. SOrSD COLLAR WOEK HEBE! A sertion of the 48th Field Artillery battery frmaCraanoran Hin camp on its way to Hallett's Core yesterday morning for gun practice. FLAMES LEAPT FROM TREE to tree, fanned by the breeze, and fed by long grass and bark in tbe Meadows district. Rain helped the firefighters yes terday morning to quell the bushfires. which had rendered many homeless and blackened thousands of acres of grass and lorcst country. A picture from Wednesday's fire. ELIMINATING CONTESTS in the Spalding overseas golf competitions were played at Seaton Park yesterday. The winner will play in the final in Melbourne to decide who shall rep...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

[?] Ayro Reversible Rugs - -14/9 A2724 — Ajto Reversible Rugs, known as one of tlie best Wool Rugs produced. In good assorted caterings, 27 x 54 inch ? „ ? 14/9 Si« inch ? 19/11 36 x 72 inch ? ? 27/6 Mohair Hearth Rags - 12/11 A2T25— 25 only Mohair Hearth Rugs In Fawn shade, excellent quality. S^?e 24 x 48 inch ? 12/11 &a? 24 x 54 inch ? 13/11 Cretonne Surf Bap. A2^36— Cret-onaed covered E^r^aC B«C% waterproof, luspfi CMt^y. fitted with Ca=S. Pars*, ud JCnor. M //» Sue 15 s U iccil. /I /?% Cra»: pne* 8.11. 1' U FSTDAT^S SPECIAL .. .. 1/11 Shoppbg Bags A2727 — Tortiiolse Shopping E«€&. ca a Tsr:ety oJ stvles. « / i-:; x IS. Usual price I / 1 H. 1/ ' raiDATS SPSCXAL .. .. ' 2/11 Waterproof Surf Bags AIH^ — Wsverprool Surfing Bii-. -.Asry ces^ns. la con trs--u=c co.ors, 2 11 lor 1/9. « Jft ; :: :or 2 6. 3 6 for 2,6. I /ll f RTDAT-S SPSCLU. ? 1/ if 1/11 Black Shopping Bags saopp^S Bs^-. Biac* only. I /K FETDAT-5 SPECIAL ? ' Pabn Leaf Fans JC730— Pa:»n Leaf Fans, in -1 / ...

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NOTHING LEFT Taxes Rob the Charities [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

NOTHING LEFT Taxes Rob the Charities A correspondent has sent us the fol lowing cutting from the London 'Daily Mail1: — Mr. G. Foster Claris, head of the wholesale firm of Foster Clark, Ltd.. who has hitherto been a generous sup porter of charities, is now sending a printed card in reply to the many ap plications he received for subscriptions. It reads as follovrs:— In the 1930 Buceet the Government has placed the whole of the extra cost of social services on less than 2 pe.- cent, of the electorate. In my I case this cxtr.i taxation absorbs the | whole of the sum I place on one fide for subscriptions a--'} for charitable purposes, consequently it is no ionger available. I am therefore ar. present I disccntinuinf:' private subscriptions. On the reverse side of the card ao pears an extract from tho report en taxation issued by the General Fede ration of Traces Unions in March 1930. .is follorv-s: — 'It is foolish to expect that | tho social improvcment= for many mil lions can continu...

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MAN WITH £841 STARVING Thought to be Mentally Deranged Auckland, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

MAN WITH £841 STARVING Thought to be Mentally Deranged Auckland. February 26. «- mun in a szaie oi starvation was picked up on a road on the east coast rear Gisborne and taken to the Tolaga Bay hospital. A nurse, examining hig clothes, dis covered a bundle of Commonwealth Bank bills, totaUine £841. The man is apparently affected men tally ' ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

S ANOTHER BUYING SENSATION! I j] CRAVEN'S HAVE BOUGHT MYERS' ASSIGNED STOCK OF CLOTH- R I ING AND MERCERY. N ?This highrdass Assigned Stock, from Myers', Victoria-square, has been bought at at^ ^ 1 huge discount, and is offered to-day at Ridiculous Prices. |\ « Boys' All-Wool Tweed Suits, I! 25/- for ? 12/6 1 Men's Odd Vests, 8/11 for 3/11 \\ Men's Striped Flannel Trousers, 1 19/6 for ? 10/9 J Men's All-Wcol Tweed Suits, 155/- for ? 30/- V Men's All-Wool Flannel Suits, J 49/6 for ? 29/6 1 About 50 Men's Suits, Comprising V Tweeds, Thornproofs, Serges, ^ Melange, &c, 65/ to 85/ for 49/6 I Men's Fawn Gabardine Trousers, J 7/11 for ? 4/11 J Boys' Grey Flannel Knickers, I 5/11 for ? 3/11 Boys' Str. Drill Blouses 2/1! for 16 Bachelor Handkerchiefs 1/6 for 9d. Fancy Sleeve Links, 1/11 for 9d.| Fancy Silk Half Hose, 2/!! for 1/6 AH-Woel Fancy Half Hose, 4/1! and 5/11 for ? 2/11 Fancy Silk Scarves, 4/11 for 1/6 Men's Braces, 1/11 for .. .. 1/ High-grade Men's Braces, 2/11 to 4/11 fo...

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RESTRICTIONS ON LIBERAL CANDIDATES NOMINEES ONLY FOR EXTRAORDINARY ELECTION [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

RESTRICTIONS ON UBBML CANDIDATES KMIIEES ONLY FOR EXTRA ORDINJlRr ELECTION Tie Liberal Federation has resolved «V' 'iiose who submit their names for Ser.sse aominations. due on March 20. s*sU be selected only for an extraor dffifirj- election of the Federal Parlia ment. They trill not be regarded as -a£H3£a.ies for an ordinary election. The liberal Federation is enquiring fawo ihe fystcm of voting at State elec tions. There is a division of opinion ??rtUiia i^ raaks about the best prin ciple to be adopted in place of the ex fcsinc arrai.cement. It is intended to appoint a represen taUve committee to report to the ex «caave at ifce annual conference in September. If thought advisable, an aJteralioa xdll then be made to the SU» political platform. Wfcae paiiiical parties are contem pu*l2£g the possibility of a Federal ejection, and are organising accordingly. Tbe feeling among both Commonwealth asc Suae leaders is that an early ap peml to the people is not likely. Active preparation t...

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Fighting on Stilts [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

Fighting on StUts Just before the battle commenced I had a real inspiration which practically decided the affair without any fighting at alL It occurred to me that if I mounted myself on stilts, some 18 inches high, and shot an arrow or two from my bow, the enemy would turn tail and biot. And so it turnsa out. As the armies approached one an other in full battle array they pre sented quite an imposing appearance, and when a suitable distance separated them they halted for the inevitable abusive parley. Into the ucriigniSed abuse, neealess to remark, I did no: enter, but kept well in the background The spokesman of my tribe accused the en-sny of being without pluck— said they were cowards, and would soon have their livers eaten out by the in vaders. There was any amount oi spear-brantUshin?. yelling, and gesticu lating. For these black apparently find it impossible to come up to actual fight ing pitch without first being worked . up to an extraordinary degree cf ex citement. When at ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

i To be Continued To-morrow i COPYRIGHT PURGATIVES ?-r:vt only temporary relief, but Yeaston I Tr-V.pis Vtrfiiathen intestinal muscles. I Noii-liii'vit-formicg. All chemists. * J

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UNEMPLOYMENT SOLUTION Fewer Machines—More Workers [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

UNEMPLOYMENT SOLUTION Fewer Madiaes — More Workers -The bct-t way I can see of reliev tr:c tlac vEDtsnploysnent sHuslion is to ret tack to those coaduons in farminp :i»t o&a&ted before the war,' said ibe SECtstarc at the RovaJ Agricultural SflciOT of Soutli Australia (Mr. H. J. FSso&st to an address to members of Ux T-*f'T Cmb at their weekly lun ICr Rnsis said that in 1909. vrhen wteai was bringing only about 3/10 a bushel, it could be grown quite profit ably, bus now. when the price was only a little lower, i; was impossible to make a profit. Tile reason for this was that whereas in 1909 approximately 49.000 men were engaged in the industry, nowadays modern machinery had cut down that number tremendously. If, as a number of farmers were be ginning to do, all producers did with out the expensive machinery at present being used, and got back to the old methods of labor, thousands of unem ployed could be absorbed in the indus try.

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SERIAL STORY THE ADVENTURES OF LOUIS DE ROUGEMONT SYNOPSIS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

? SERIAL STORY ~ THE ADVENTURES OF LOUIS DE ROUGEMONT ? AS TOLD BY HIMSELF ? SYNOPSIS Louis de Eougemont leit France wuen 19 and embarked on the Veiellaud with Peter Jensen at Singapore on a pearling expedition eoutli ol New Guinea. Because the haul- was good Jensen stayed too loug j at, sea, and a violent storm .swept his boat.-. I aiid divers away, leaving de Bougemoni, ! alcne on the Veielland. Searching for j land, he was wrecked on a tmy island, j where strange experiences befell him. He \ counted the days and months with nearl i shells, lull of despair when vessels pascwl ' without seeing tis signal. Store* tad been landed from tlie wrecked Veielland. and de Rougemont built a crude boat, which he was unable to sail out of the Island lagoon surrounded by coral. His sole companion wao bis dog. Bruno, until a raft, containing a native, his wife, and two ooys. drifts on the sandbank. After some months they all escape in the boat de Rougemont has built, and the island dis appears f...

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