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MAN LOST FROM KAROOLA [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

MAN LOST FROM KAROOLA No fresh light was thrown on the disappearance of Mr. Frank Toy from the Karoola. between Fremantle and Port Adelaide, when the Deputy Direc tor of Navigation (Captain Gronsbury) conducted an enquiry at Port Adelaide yesterday. Mr. Toy was known on board as Mr. J. Thomas. Evidence was given by officers of the ship, and by passengers. Captain Gransbury found that the man disap peared when the vessel was about 160 miles from land. A lifebuoy was thrown to him and a boat was lowered, but be was not found. ?

Publication Title: Advertiser And Register
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Advertiser Crosswords—6 The Clues ACROSS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

Advertiser Crosswords— 6 Hie Clues ACROSS. X. Hit. B. Her*. ?. Ornaments. 1C General. IS. Rotate. XC State. IT. Successes. IK. Selected. 1». Fretted. II. Increase. 5*. Jourr*ey. 54. Obscurity. 2*. Cheerless. =&. Edible 'Hoots. «. Alloy. 55. X»p. 55. Bt- fond ,«r. «. Fish. 3T. Features. ««. Fasten. 41. Side. «. Fillet. M. Crime. ««. Oat ot the country. ?IK. Follow. *?- Tendency. 62. Performs. 56. Antagon- istic 57. Barren. 69. Island, 60. Plant. 62. Repion. 63. Withered. 64. Showing many colors. 65. Urge. 66. Stretch. 67. Concludes. DOWN 1. Abound. 2. Burning. 3. Prcfieient. ?♦. Stops. 5. Province. «- Dry. 7. Obtain. 8. Stand. 10. Disgraced. 11. Preposi- tion. 12. Prudence. 13. Large knife. 18. Dog. 20. Tend. 22. Sniffefl. 24. Cooked. 25. Robber. 27. Mimic. 29. Points. 3D. Perceived. 31. Greek letter. 32. Win s like. 34. L, e s a 1 right. 38. Mountain song. 33. Relish. 42. Spots. 45. Go back over. 47. Seed cov 49'.' Material. 51. Approaches 53. Enchant- ress. 54. Deeds. 55. C...

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WHARF LABORER INJURED [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

WHARF LABORER INJURED Mr. William KennewelL of Exeter, sus tained injuries to a thigh while work ing on the Mongolia, at the Outer Har bor, on Wednesday night. A weight fell on him. He was treated at the Port Adelaide Casualty Hospital.

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COMING OF AGE PARTY AT WALLAROO MINES [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

COMING OP AGE PARTY AT WAiLAROO MINES An evening was given at the residence pr Mrs Edith Jolly, MorpSett-terrace. Wai! laroo Mines, in honor of her daughter Dorothy, who attained her majority. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. A. Trimper. Mrs. MiUJean. Mrs. Edith Jolly. Misses Eene and Marjory Smith. Loraa Bums. Edna Oats Kosle Milllgan, Mary. Norah, and Lucy JoUy, Messrs. Roy Trimper, Cyril Green slade. Cordon and Mas Smith, Norman and Bob Joily.

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SOCIAL AT LONG PLAINS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

SOCIAL AT LONG PLAINS on Thursday. February 19. a farewell so cial was tendered to Miss Doss Wood In the Lone Plains Memorial Han. The programme comprised son^s. recitations Barnes and dancuw. Mr. B. McArdle was M.C. Miss Wood Is to be marrtedto Mr. Ivan Eann. of Hindmaish Island.

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MEAT INDUSTRY EMPLOYES [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

]\UiAT INDUSTRY EMPLOYES The secretary of the Meat Industry Employes' Union (Mr. F. R. Jamet; is visiting Melbourne on business con nected with his organisation. The Victorian members of the union (which is iikely to be affected by the annlication of the employers to the Arbitration Court for the general re duction) held a meeting in the Mel bourne Trades Hall on Monday even ing when a motion was submitted that work should be suspended in several branches of the trade until the appli cation of the employers for a reduction had been withdrawn, but the proposal was defeated and a motion was ac cepted providing for further negotia tions with various employers' associa tions with view of bringing about a settlement of the wages question inde pendently of the court.

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CONGRESS DELEGATES [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

CONGRESS DELEGATES Messrs. F. .1. Walsh (Liquor Trades Uiiioiu. W. ljcrn^ (Amaleamated Kn Gineorin' Union ?, and D. Thornton. M. McCoy, nrd W. Ranr?el! (Tramway Em ployes' Union*, wiio Jrj)res-pntcd thrir respective bodies a: iiio trade union conpToss in Sydney last v.crk. reuinuiri to Adelaide yesterday, ; Wiltc. R. Cartr-.-. ,1. Hobsit^, B. Spooner A. Baker. B. £r;d M. Cooper, V. and m' Roberts. M. S»arcy. J. McKay. T. H&lliday M. McKay, .7. Tau, J. Diy.o'n. M Barnte' M. Fricker, Messrs. J. Hodge. C. Dlxoa. A. Hcxlge, A. McKay, Jt. Barry. G. Sexton, J Eakir. A. Fricker. 3. Scarles. C. Slbley. Jini Hodye. L. Lock. L.. Riiumer, B. Bouse H Mitchell. G. Fitzgerald.

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UNIVERSITY WIVES' CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

UNIVERSITY WIVES' CLUB yesterday aiternoon the univer^itv Wives' Club met at the Refectorv Union Building.s to make arrangements for the year's social functions Mrs McKellar Stewart presided. During the past two years the club has been oi great assistance to the University bap committee, omcers for this year are — President. Mrs. McKellar Stewart vice-presidents, Mesdames O. K. Macv beth and B. R. P. Barbour; hon trea surer, Mrs. Harold Denton; committee Mesdames R. Chapman, A, Grenfell Price. A. E. V. Richardson, R. C. Robin H. Wilkinson, and S. W. Pennycuick.

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COMING-OF-AGE PARTY [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

COJONG-OF-AGE PARTV The friends of Mr. Harry Pearce of Queen-street, Norwood, gave Dim a cneery coming-of-age party at his home 12^ f8}'??35' eTCntoe- Those present included Mr. and Mrs. Pearce Mr and Mrs. Linn, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson, Mrs Edna Gilbert, Gertie Lawson, Ethel Largs, Phyllis Harry, Irene Stevens, Winnie Pearce, Messrs. A. Goldsworthy Harry and Frank Pearce, R. Jens, G. McKinnon, Edgar Caust. and j lW_ son.

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

RSGMT?C| U- j» SCHIEDAM ; ? \^ DANGEROUS WEATHER AND TIRED PEOPLE 1OOK out for sudden changes * and the ills they bring. A regular glass or two of Wolfe's Schnapps, with iced water or soda, will clear the impurities out of your bloodstream and tone up the system weakened by a strenuous summer. Always keep a bottle in the house. ? ^ AROMATIC SCHIEDAM 'It's good for the kidneys '

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

^^^^w^^WMwmw^^WMwf^^^^^^^' mjr f^:^:'.'.. .'? ????- '^mmflNKKP ..^jjjjl ^^^^^ElH|^7j| Evcty month she waited for those dragging, sickening pains— had days I ?j^H^^SSjHM mbcd — raked her job. Until she learned to depend an Myzone. One ^^^^PCI!£s^3l ****''iT I'** Mymae tablet ends an febrile pain peculiar to woam m ^^^^^ES&^^&'^JV S n 7 mimires — cben protects yon from pain for another Imlw. hoars ^HlW/'l or more: and tf a Myzone Cablet is taken in time, the dreaded pun ^HHj^^HQR&l^l wont cmb been* — no matttr how much yoti've aln^ suffered* ^^HBp«£o™fl Mynae it ma a narcotic— onrux interfere with normal I ? m ii ^^H^gw&f * ^1 abmluhrfy harmless Reliable cberotsls hare Myzooc tablets in dainty |H39§!fi& 'V^*1 1 ?femiinin ' vtniiy-casc ' boxes— two or three months' supply— 2/-. Cp*^^|SL ^v. ^J CTnal case. 1/I EFSfiLf^'-? %.' 1 ' Cfcemiiu ctciwhcre also n^mmend Mnone for migraine head. K^** *~J r ~~ *- \ ana «m- rnac of the maun* I» ? ? ? Every or...

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

*Ji JLA X U1.JL M} dflSlllf Illv~l1 1/9 Pillow Cases, pr. HOKROCKSES plain pel- B0nVHaUHBB _^,^^_ low cases: SH BHMFaMtB ______^l^BlsaW^ well made ol HH W&nr^MSBUi -C ^^^. good strong HH WffjMvBBBm \v -Jv cloth, with one HB B^LdB ^^9 NX. \\ inch hem BB «n^~ 488 ^-\ ? _^S- taped ready for 99 iffiffiqB h9 ^ ? use. Body size OS BflHf ^— ^Bm ^^^ 174 by 29 Jpft MfffBTrii loBHffi inches. Usual price hS. NOW 1/3 PAIR. Reliable wearwell Sheets Hemmed fine Twill Sheets, Snow BflSSKi^SB White, firm crisp texture, strong weave. BH ^?B^B^HBB beautiful quality cloth; will give good BBHJ^Y4^^^Ph wear. Size 54 by 90 inches. JOHN fBaBj IK i B MARTIN'S KEEN VALUE PRICE. B^B Mm 8 S 5, 11 each. JuSLddBambBt Duchess Sets 2/6 for 1/6 Colored Muslin Duchess Sets, consisting of one Runner, Oblong Mat and two small Square D'Oylevs: Helio, Blue, or Pawn ground with White Artificial Silk embroider ings: washing colors. PRICE 2/6 FOR 1/6 SET. -Manchester Division). Polish Mops 3/11 for 2/11 36 only. '...

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

UNITED ? PAINT ? MADE- IN YOUR OWN STATE- AND IN THIS FACTORY/ PORT ADELAIDE United Paint Is used by the State and Federal Govern- ' - ments and Municipal Tramways Trust EQUAL TO THE BEST IMPORTED. Obtainable at all the Leading Stores, or from CLARKSON LTD., m. KCMMLE-STKEET, ADELAIDE; ST. VINCENT-STREET, POET ADELAIDE. BHTLH58

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DO YOU KNOW? ANSWERS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

DO YOU KNOW? ANSWERS I- 900 miles from north to south and 560 from east to west, the total area being 523,620 square miles. 2. The word comes lrom the French* 'quettf' (collection), pronounced Kate diminutive Kitty. 3. Goldsmith's 'She Stoops to Con quer.' 4. The Mississippi. 5. Hood's 'The Lady's Dream.' 6. In plain words. Questions on Page 21

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TO CORRESPONDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

TO CORRESPONDENTS ftBCmrt tm £-Mn| questions will be mMtohcd in -The Adrertlsrr' daily. (Mfcar aanren wall appear as follow: — Vitinaf. Tnetdxvs; recfpM, Tues **y% «?* WedMuUrs; mrctical. Wed ?aadnr*; Fanam' Infornurion Service, TkanMU«-: (porting. Friday-,; wireless, ssiartar-. 'Birac'?— It is very possible that the sag 1* sffectni with Internal parasites. This -^maoest :* tupg»te-S:— Each morning lot ~^»«oo-r.;scs iwfor? r.if, ie«i cive rhe fol r^rasc powder :a a linle- rallk: — Santonin * gr»*r enamel 1 £ram. AU droppings '~3« *£e «3c sf.3u.ti be collected &r.a ''4:1;:. Fm: dag once daily only, and v~rre rsw tce*: ~O. Itaig5toa Birch11:— The shipping re -RK* DOT Uifct \«a sblps r.jm?a Harbinger in ao Ben AOe^ide. Tip firsc, a small ''«???-[ ot BB lor:-, rwristerwl in Melbourne *_:£%«I2 bes* Iran Mauritius and Cape Town -a Mirrii 16. 1857. The master's moat :* cetera wry :UcEib:$\ but it looks iiKf w. Burr' Tile orScr. a iSip of Uos tasw. mui- !i-- loJoTr-.EE vovages to Po...

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

CATARRH OF STOMACH S^^m4?11 TaWeis i« act as di 5eLreuons. All chemists. » WI^BSWl ]VT°ST ve£eubIes require die ^^^B^^iP -'?'-^addition of salt during cooking. ^^B^^j^j A level dessert-spoonful of Saxa Salt W/g 1 V_j^_^ to each pound of peas will improve FT/ ^ JlS the colour and brin^ ont the taste to mM SAXA SALT ^iW SAMnVHHFS OF ) j^^rJ Marmiip . ? eliiidren kd»^^I^P^i love them. TIiatrs so r r^^^B^ - a| lacky. for Marinit© ---^k^^^r'^ is so very good for t^^^^^^^-^-^. (liein. sso nourishing ! SpN^MAIlMITB ^ ^ \S«* A SAXITARH'M HEALTH FOOD ^^^^^^ ^^ta All Grov-rr% .in.l Sanitarium Health Food Skop* '^T»kI for 'V.;T«::v HI^ITH F.~O:~ « ^T^SV. IIS I.mo» Strrct. Pmhr.n. V,c. ~-r.«- «r-v; -^r . ',?,hl ^-^MrL:' V .i- -1a:^:-r. 1 i- r- :o« id. in -timp. tor r»cr. ^ otJf -it mni T^nct Dak Jj ^ xr-dmx' ' --'* ? I »??::« ?

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TOOK GIRL FOR RIDE ON "BORROWED" CYCLE [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

TOOK GIRL FOR RIDE ON 'BORROWED' CYCLE I took the motor cycle from tne West Park Lands; the girl knows noth ing about it. I have been keeping company with her for some time, and I wanted to take her for a ride.' This statement was made by Ronald Arthur Noble, of Torrensville. when stopped by the motor-trafnc constables on the' South -roid. GrEsrmere. on Wednesday! liisht. There was a jrirl on the pil lion spat. Noble was charged before Mr. E. M. Sahine. P.M.. in the Adelaide Police] Conn y-=h*erday. ??l-;:h having used a - ::io!nr ryclc without :':v: owner's con sen'. Kobl.' was r^lfpscd on a bond of £10 \o bp of c'xjd behaviour for 12 montiis. j Hr was ordertrl to uav 7 6 costs. | Mr. J. P. Welsh prosecuted. j

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THE THIRD DEGREE WHAT HAS HAPPENED SO FAR [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

THE THIRD DEGREE By R. A. J. Walling /iui'' of 'lll^Fatal Glovc' WHAT HAS HAPPENED SO FAK John BeiHver, an. articled clerk in a lawyer's oHice, Is In love with Phyllis Lan Fon. his employer's niece. Laneon, who lias always treated Belliver Jlfce a eon. suddenly changes his attitude and forbids Ills friendship with Phyllis. Belllver, brwlldered by this change ot Irout, be comes suspicious of Lansori's friend Salrd, a rich elderly merchant. Soon ali«r Tvards Lanson Is Sound dead in BairU's billiard room. Belllver k arrested, but escapes, wanted on a charge of wului mur der. Lansoxi's old clerk then discover that Instead ot leaving his niece a fortune, Lanson has left her penniless. FhylUs consults PewuiBs, a Journalist Irtend ol BeUlver's. TJiey find records of long standing payments in thousands of pounds to a mysterious 'Samuel' Belllver. Few logs traces a schoolmaster ol that name at Lakeiord, and discovers that he Is hiding young Belllver. So -lo the police, how ever, and Fewlngs....

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ASSAULT ON GIRL ALLEGED [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

ASSAULT ON GIRL ALLEGED A man. aged 28 'years, was cliarged before Mr. E. M. Sabine. PA!., in the Adelaide Polico Court yesterday, with having at Bowden during tUe month of September indecently assaulted a girl, aged 15 years and II months. The defendant was remanded until March 5. He was allowed bail of £40. with two sureties of a like amount. An order was made by the Magistrate suppressing the names of the parties.

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IN CHAMBERS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

IN CHAMBERS Before Mr. Justice Piper At 10.30 tuna, to-day — General chamber business. Before a Master At 10.30 ejn. to-day — Crmmber business.

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