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

CIVIL Before Mr. Justice Richards At 10.30 ajn, to-day:— For Judgment— In the matter of en Indenture or settlement made between Elizabeth Susan Jury and George Arthur Jury. John Bros. v. Coles and Son.

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

CRIMINAL Before the Chief Justice. At 10 a.m. to-day:— For sentence — K. F. J. Westley. 3. McLean, a. Huttou, T. A. Cassey. B. Baumhaucr. For trial— Bex v Tindall (pan. heard).

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LAW COURTS SUPREME COURT [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

LAW COURTS SUPREME COURT Friday, February 27

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

CLEARANCE OF WHOLESALE STOCKS AT PRICES TO MEET THE TIMES. SPECIAL PURCHASE IN MELBOURNE TO CLEAR. I LOT 1. ! LOT 2. LOT 3. LOT 4. LOT 5. LOT 6. LOT 7. LOT 8. LOT 9. LOT 10. I LOT 11. i LOT 12. 3-6 and 7-10 CHILDREN'S ENGLISH FELT 1-BAR SUPPERS, 3/11 for ? LADIES' BLACK SATIN 1-BARS and COURTS, Medium Spike Heels, 19/6 (or - - ... LADIES' SMART BROWN 1-BARS, Babr Spike Heels, specially good lot, 19/11 for ----.. MEN'S CALF or PAT. SHOES, 2 Shapes, 19/11 for LADIES' PATENT BARS, Welted, 30/ for - - - LAMES' SILVER and GOLD BROCADE SHOES, to dear ? MEN'S YEARLING CALF BOOTS, Caps or Plain Toes, 19/6 for ? MEN'S CANADIAN TENNIS, Brown, Trim, or Heels, 8/11 for ? WOMEN'S CANADIAN TENNIS, Crepe Soles, 6/11 for ? AFTER STOCKTAKING ODDMENT LOT 1-BARS and COURTS ? BROWN and WHITE 1-BARS and COURTS, 19/11 to 24/6 for ? CHILDREN'S 7-10, 11-1 PATENT 1-BARS, also TAN, 9/11 to 12/9 for -------- DONT BE LATE 1/11 12/11 12/11 9/11 8/11 5/11 12/11 3/11 3/11 9/11 9/11 4/11 I AT THE {? | LEWIS SHOE C...

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NEW EAST-WEST PLANE AT PARAFIELD ON WEDNESDAY [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

NEW EAST-WEST PLANE AT PARAFIELD ON WEDNESDAY The first- fligh: from Perth to Ade laide of the Vickers Viastra monoplane wai be made next week, and the ma chine is expected to arrive at Parafield on Wednesday at 2.30 pjn. Major Norman Brearley, managing director of West Australian Airways, Limited, and Pilot B. Heath will fly the monoplane across, and a number of passengers will be carried. The plane will leave Perth on Tuesday morning. Soon after the arrival of the Viastra at Parafield a number of Adelaide citi zens will be taken for a flight over Adelaide and surrounding areas. The machine is capable of carrying 13 pas sengers, in addition to the pilot. The remainder of the afternoon win be occupied in making joy nights. On Saturday morning the Viastra will leave on its return flight to Perth. The time-table used for the Hercules ma chines will be followed, but the flying periods will be shorter. Advance in Aircraft Design The three pilots who have flenra the machine agree that in...

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DANCE AT PALAIS ROYAL [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

DANCE AT PALAIS ROYAL Good fortune attended the South Australian Operatic Society on Thurs day night, when che annual dance took place at the Palais RoyaL Mr. Car michael had done everything to make the dance a success. The Palais has been done up, and wonderfully im proved both inside and out. The Lord Mayor and Lady Mayoress (Mr. and Mrs. C. B. J. Glover) were received by Mr. Seymour Pank and Mr. Tiptaft (secretary). Mrs. Glover was wearing a handsome toilette of black and gold lace, and a black ring velvet coat. Dr. and Mrs. Dunstone were in the party. Mrs. Dunstone was frocked in black georgette. Mrs. Angas John son was in a black lace toilette. Mrs. C. Dashwood chose Burgundy toned suk lace ana georgeue. mrs. l/d-vingvon Bonvthon wore a smart frock of small patterned black lace with turquoise and : crystal ornaments. Mrs. John] Bonython's cream, pink, and blue chif- 1 fon was patterned with a large floral I design. Mrs. Seymour Pank was! wearing a becoming toilette of black net...

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5 AD ADELAIDE Port Lincoln Reception [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

5 AD ADELAIDE Port Lincoln Reception An enthusiastic experimenter at Port Lincoln, in a letter to Mr. D. Whit burn, secretary of the South Australian branch of the Wireless Institute of Aus tralia, comments as follows upon sta tion 5 AD:— '5 AD, without a. doubt, is on its own as a quality station and as s means of entertainment. My set Is a screen grid four, and I can pull the house down with them. My wife has 5 AD itis so form your own opinion, as to our idea of this station.' A listener at Castlemaine. Victoria, has this to say about the old time programme broadcast by station 5 AD last Saturday night:— 'The music was beautiful, and the singing lovely. We enjoyed the programme right until the last. It was one of the best we have heard over the ah-, particularly as you are so far from Castlemaine.' To-night's programme appears on page 7.

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"CALL FOR UNITY" Mr. Richards at North Adelaide [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

'CALL FOR UNITY' Mr. Richards at North Adelaide The Minister of Agriculture (Mr. Richards) addressed the members of the North Adelaide electorate commit tee of the Labor Party in the Recha bite Hall, Tynte-street, last night, and emphasised what he described as the necessity for unity in the Labor move ; ment in facing the economic and I political crises. He explained mea sures whirh it. trn^ iTltOTlrfevl +r* in*w\_ duce during the next cession of Parlia ment, including amendments of the land legislation to deal with the cutting up of estates and preventing the areas from reverting to one ownership. It was also intended, he said, to amend the conditions under which mining may be carried out on private pro perty, to give better terms to the pros pector. Mrs. M. V. Couche was appointed secretary of the committee and was S also elected delegate to the Labor I Party conference.

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GERMANY ALSO HAS DEPRESSION Port Pirie, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

GERMANY ALSO HAS DEPRESSION Port Pirie. February 26. Germany must collapse unless there is a material alteration in conditions.'' This is the opinion of Captain Wienecke, master of the German steamer Kerscen Miles. About present conditions in Germany, where he has spent some time this year, he speaks with ereat oessimism. 'Both in industry and agriculture the situation,' he says, 'is most serious. Busi ness men and farmers who were for merly in prosperous positions now find it most difficult to carry on. and every day one hears of cases of men giving up the unequal struggle after having lost everything- The country must collapse altogether, unless there is a material alteration. The crasli. ii i: comes, will be due to the harsh cond; I tions imposed on us by France,'

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SEAMEN'S UNION SECRETARY CAN APPEAL ECHO OF PORT WATERFRONT TROUBLE Picking-up of "Unfinancial" Greasers Melbourne, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

SEAMEN'S UNION SECRETARY CAN APPEAL ECHO OF PORT WATERFRONT TROUBLE Picking-op of 'Unfinancial' Greasers Melbourne. February 26. Some important legal points arose for determination following the action of Peter McKeman, secretary of the South Australian branch of the Sea men's Union of Australia, during the trouble which occurred on the water front at Port Adelaide in 1929. McKernan was the defendant in an action nrougnt in cne lower court et Port Adelaide by Leon Fraser and John Stapleton, both of Rosewater (SJU, greasers. That court awarded Fraser and Stapleton £100 damages each. An appeal by McKernan to the Full Court of South Australia was dismissed, and in Melbourne to-day McKernan ap plied to the Full Court' of the E15V1 Court for lenve to appeal frrm the de cision of the Full Court of South Aus tralia, which consisted of Mr. Justice Angas Parsons. Mr. Justice Napier, and Mr. Justice Piper. The High Court consisted of the Chief Justice (Sir Frank Gavan Duffy), Mr. Justice Star...

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HOW REDS CELEBRATED THEIR DAY IN U.S. 250 Police Charge Thousands at Boston, Demonstration NEW YORK, February 25. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

HOW REDS CELEBRATED THEIR DAT IN U.S. 250 Police Charge Thousands at Boston. Demonstration NEW YORfc.. February 25. Minor disturbances characterised the Communist demonstrations hi various cities of the United States and Canada during the International Unemploy ment Day. Three thousand Reds clashed with the police here, but only a few were hurt. It is reported from Boston th.at seve ral arrests were made when 250 police engaged several thousand disorderly Communist celebrants on the historic commons. Twenty-eight arrests were made in Pittsburgh, five in Dallas. Texas, and four in Oklahoma City. An undesignated number of distribu.ors of red literature were arrested in Hous ton, Texas, two police and a girl were injured in Toronto, and a policeman in Sudbury, Ontario. Police prevented a riot in Hamilton, and broke up a parade in Port Arthur. Orderly demonstrations were aeld in Philadelphia, St. Liouis, .Kansas City, and Denver, ^_

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SMALL FIRES AT PORT [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

SMAIX FIRES AT PORT Two small fires broke out at Part Adelaide late on Wednesday night. One was at Ocean Steamers' Wharf, whtVe the Port Adelaide Fire Brigade, under District. Officer Cook, put out an out break in a heap of old piles aad dun nage. While the brigade was attendins 'o that, an alarm was raised at the Lieu Timber Mills, Lipson-street. where there was a small blaze in a timber stack in the yard. The Semaphore Fire Brigade checked, it before it oi& much, damage, A rt i-k

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EXCESS OF IMPORTS IN GREAT BRITAIN LONDON, February 25. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

EXCESS OF IMPORTS IN GREAT BRITAIN LONDON. February 25. The Board of Trade estimates that the trade balance in 1930 wil! show an excess of imports of £392,000,000. Against this excess the Government re ceipts from overseas are £21,000.000. -The national shipping income was £105.000,000, and the income from cvci seas investments £235,000.000. Receipts from short interest commissions and other sources of income w«-re £70.000.000 matins a total oi £431.000.000. Th;s will leave a credit balance of £39.000.000. compared with £133.000,000 in 1G29.

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WHEN THE SKIES GLOW RED TERROR OF THE BUSH FIRE S.A. EXPERIENCES [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

WHEN THE SKIES GLOWERED TERROR OF THE BUSH FIRE S.A. EXPERIENCES Not once or twice in her hot, dry summers has South Australia had reason to consider 'how great a matter a little fire kindleth.' Drought years, with the bush like tinder, have seldom failed to bring to some part of the Slate the terror of raging flames To many hills dwellers the red glow of Wednesday night brought back pain fully the anxieties of that terrible Feb ruary week-end of 1926. when four Aus tralian States were ravaged by fire. The year began badly in South Aus tralia, with a huge outbreak at Mount Pleasant, and as January passed into an usually dry, hot March, hills settlers were in constant apprehension. On February 14, a Sunday of great heat, a huge and devastating fire broke out at Mount Pleasant. A track of fiame 20 miles wide swept the countryside. Above the township two fires converged, and in a strong north-east wind threatened to blot it out of existence. The rectory was destroyed in a few minutes, ...

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TENNIS FOUR TWO CLUBS FIGHT FOR PLACE [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

TENNIS FOUR TWO CLUBS FIGHT FOR PLACE By "Kro-bat" Chief interest in to-morrows tennis will centre in the match between Reade Park and Ken- sington Gardens. Both teams are fighting for a place in the four, but on the averages for the season Kensington Gardens will have to win by five rubbers to one. The teams are:—Kensington Gardens—E. T Bowe. C. Gurner. A. M. Dawkins, and Bungey. Reade Park —C. Harvey. Sykes, Jeesop. Sexton. Looking at the teams on paper, it appears that Kensington Gardens should be able to secure the necessary five rubbers, but Harvey and Sykes have p'.ayed some good rubbers during the sea son, end the last truce singles players in ! the Reade Park team have each a good chance of a win. The Kensington Gardens team, on the other hand. Is well-seasoned match players, and Is noted for Its ability io rise to the occasion. Matches for To-morrow A Gr;de—ParksMe v. East Torrens: Reade Park v. Kensington Gardens. B2 Grade—Tranmere B v. Kensington Gardens C; East Torrens C...

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WEDDINGS MUDGE—KELSH [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

WEDDINGS _ _. MUDGE-KELSH   At St. Augustine's Anglican Church,     Streaky Bay. on February 18. Murray S son of Mrs. and late Mr. Thomas Mudge   of Streaky Bay, was married to Emily, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Kelsh of Streaky Bay. The Rev C. C. Crowley offi ciated, and Miss Flora Cheyne presided at the organ. The church was decorated by Mesdames A. E. Jackson and D. J. Camp- bell. The bride, who was given away by her father, was frocked white georgette   with a long, tight-fitting bodice, long tight sleeves, finished at the wrist with flares, and a full flared skirt, clipping at the back. An embroidered tulle veil was worn, finished with a coronet of orange blossom. The bride's trainbearers were Margaret Kelsh (sister) and Mary Mudge (niece of the bridegroom). The bridesmaids were Miss Bessie Mudge and Miss Eileen Hartree (cousins of the bridegroom), Thev were frocked alike In gold georgette. Mr. W. Kelsh ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

BIRTHS. MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS announcements under this beading must te authenticated by the neme and address of the sender. End are Inserted at a charge of Two Shillings and Six pence each when not exceeding five lines: over five lines. Sixpence per line. Death Advertisements In which a Funeral Announcement Is nude are charged lor as II the Death and Funeral were sepa rate announcements, namely—The mini mum charge of 2/6 and 3/4 respectively In Memoriam and Death Advertisements containing ??efereiice to more tbap one deceased are charged 2/6 each for each deceased mentioned, as If they were dis tinct and separate announcements. Encasements and Approaching Marriage Notices require the signatures of both Darties concerned BIRTHS SCMNER (nee Netley Tlver).—Or the 23rd February to Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Sumner. of Hallett—a son. Born well. HEDGCOCK.—On the 23rd February, at Sister ScammeU's. Park-street, South Mel bourne, to Mr. and Mrs B. C Hedgcock, of Kerang (formerly Mlldura) —a son (Mu...

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SANDERY—POINTON [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

SANDERY— POINTON The marriage was eclebratea ire uic Methodist Church. Crystal Brook, on Feb ruary 25 of Iaeelle H., youngest 6on at Mr and Mrs. A. Sander?. Btedon Park. port PirlB. to Enid V.. youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Z. Pointon, Crystal Brook. The Eev W. R. Steadman officiated, end Mrs. OgUvte presided at the organ. The church was decorated with asteis. gailardias. miniature eunnoweis. and cream and light blue streamers Dy inenas oi xae bride The bride, who entered the church on the arm of her father, wore a dainty frock of flGral georgette in autumn chadeg, with long sleeves. The flared sKlrt was draped In folds, and formed an uneven hem. line. A large droooed shape hat cf eUk etraw to match was worn. She carried a bouquet of roses and petunias to tone. The matron of honor. Mrs. C. Bryson, the bride's sister, wore a floral georgette frocfe of blue tonings with hat to match, and carried a bouquet of roses end petunias to tone. The bridegroom was supported by Mr. J. McBgan...

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TOPICAL AND PERSONAL NOTES ON THE GAME Bradman Needs 312 Runs to Break Record [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

TOPICAL AND PERSONAL NOTES ON THE GAME Bradman Needs 312 Runs to Break Record To improve upon his own record for a first-class season in Australia Brad- man must score 312 runs in the one remaining match —the Fifth Test, which begins to-day in Sydney. In view of the champion's ability this task is by no means impossible, but it is improb able that he will break his own re cord this season. It is unlikely that Australia, will bat twice, especially if Bradman scores heavily in the first innings, and the record of 1,690 runs will probably stand for another year at least. Since the list of leading bats men was published last week only two have improved their averages. These are Kippay; New South Wales captain, whos ecentury against the British West Indies sent his average up from 51J21 to 55.65, and the visiting cham pion, Constantine, whose scores of 47 and 93 against New South Wales im proved his figures greatly, and gave him a prominent position in the list. The leading first-class b...

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CYCLING CHAMPIONSHIP BATE WINS MILE TITLE [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

CYCLING CHAMPIONSHIP BATE WINS MILE TITLE A large crowd attended at the Payneham Oval last night to witness the mile cycling championship of South Australia. A.E. Bate outrode the field in the final, and won by 40 yards. The final was paced by   J. Strafford. Bate, who has ridden bril- liantly this year, demonstrated last night   that there are no metropolitan riders cap-   able of defeating him off scratch. Re sults:— Athletics Gordon Sheffield.—Heat winners.—L. J. Sullivan, A. J. Beal, B. G. Bampton, M. J. Dunn, A. J. Tollett, P. A. Read, E. J. Murdy, T. G. Barnes, M. J. Dew. First Semi-final—M. J. Dunn. L. J. Sullivan.   Time, 12 2-5 sec. Won by a yard. Second   Semi-final—T. G. Barnett, G. P. Murdie.   Time. 12 3-10. Won by a foot. Final—   L. J. Sullivan, E. F. Murdie, M. J. Dunn. Time. 12 3-10. Won by a yard. 220 Yards Handicap.—First Heat—D. C. A. Watts, P. A. Read; second heat—A. J. Co...

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