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A GREAT TRIALS WINNER [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

A GREAT TRIALS WINNER Mounted on a Dunelt, Vic Barclay has won the principal Victorian trials for 1330-1931 season, including the chief rporting events of the year, the A.C.TJ 24-hour trial. Out of six trials he has won 4 outright, including both 24 hour trials, a wonderful tribute to the Dunelt and rider. For 2 years in succes sion Dunelt has been awarded the coveted Maudes Trophy for the best per formance of any motor cycle in Great Britain. Lenroc's. the dis tributors, -will DOSt llfa-ra£ur*- Vic Barclay iree on request. Having landed & few Dunelts at the old rate of exchange, the firm are passing the benefit along to intending clients, who should not hesitate to accept, seeing that the price is about £20 under ordinary list values.

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

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MEMBERS' HANDICAP [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

MEMBERS' HANDICAP For three-vear-olds. One mile and a quarter. Msssrs. L. R. and B. A. Payten's b c PRETZEL, by Spelthorne (imp.)— Biz Biscuit. 7 st. 4 1b. (J. Pinch) .. .. 1 Mr. J. Netter's b g Speedway, 8 st. (H. Jones) ? 2 Mr. H, L. Nathan's br g Lavington. 7 St. 6 lb. (H. Russell) ? -.3 Others— Movie Star. 9 st. 2'lb. (T. Web ster); Jolly Wonga, 8 st. 1 lb. (W. Cook); Eepere. 8 st. (J. Pratt); Lord Baldwin. 7 st. 5 lb. (D. Lightfoot); Maurice Bede. 7 st. 11 lb. -J. Simpson); Satmoth, 7 st. 7 lb. (F. Hickey); Tre Enls, 7 6t. 7 lb. (E. Reynolds); Air Favorite. 1 st. 7 lb. (A. Knox); Erragon. 7 st. S lb. (W. Paterson): Clrod. 6 st. 7 lb. (E. Britt): Dlgnus, 7 st. 2 ;b. lA. Waterman); Spelthur, 7 st. j (S. Weiss). Betting— 2 to 1 Jolly Wonga. 5 to 1 Sat moth, 10 to 1 Pretzel and Tre Enis, 14] to 1 Lavington and Speedway, 14 to 20 to I others. Dividends — Straight-out. £5 19/; Invested. £1,275 10/. Place, £1 JS/6 and £2: invested, £3292 Movie Star cleared right away at the start from...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

SPECIAL MATINEE SEASON Mannequin Display OF Beriei Corsets TODAY AT 2.30 P.M. Miss Marjorie Cook, tTho played an active part in the Bcrlci Beauty and Fashion Revue. '?HER GRACE. THE LADY OF LINE,' will conduct the Mannequin Display. Sister Gibson, A.T.N.A., is specially trained by BERLEI LTD., in fitting of surgical and maternity Corsets, and will be available for personal fittings in this store EACH AFTERNOON, Also FRIDAY EVENING, from 7.30 o'clock. LAST O DAYS ANTIQUE ^ EXfflBITION Price-Cut SALE nil III TODAY PAIR ^JtE^Ss^sW) 47 Fain only. eTcriient 4A fg% Quality. 1-Bar Siocs. m § ?? /?? Black Satin. Browns and I m I If Patent Leather. Junior mM—l U ?pike heels. Broken sizes, ? ^m* ^* In each range. Usually 21/, 2V6. Moore's Price PAIR. Cut Sale .. ? WHYBROrS SHOES A most superior quality 4f% /-€A Shoe. In the well-known ? |' /III -Sun' last, ta bjics in/ III Glace. Brown aid, and I 11/ I II Patent Leather. Sport ? '' ? W and Junior teels. WMe they last All sizes, 3 to 7. PATE U...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

BDV Aromatic V/_ a 2 FlakeOjt ?'Iff eg ALL TOBACCONISTS I CAFE SPECIAL Gold Lamb ami Brawn, ' Fritz, Tongue. or __ . Beef, with Flcklee. 4 I Pot of Tea. Bread and ? I Butter. Choice at ? fftV SweetE. Including ^afe f Knubarb Fie and Cus- ? tard, or Wine Trifle and Jelly. Charies Moore & Co., Victoria Square.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

OSBORNE HALL Direction . . .. .. .. EL O. Cartnichael GOUGER-STREET, MODERN DANCING. PRIZES. PRIZES. CLARSIE YOUNG'S ORCHBSTHA. ADMISSION, 1/ (plus tax) PALAIS ROYAL SATURDAY NIGHT GRAND RNAL DANCING CHAMPIONSHIP BOOK TODAT.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

AM i ^fri*fCyTff Last 2 Days and Nights of Lew Ayres and Joan Bennett In 'THE WH~' I IE' and the Best Laugh Riot the screen has ever offered, Leslie Fuller in 'OLD SOLDIERS NEVER DIE.' Big Stage Attraction, 'Vaulto,' Man with Wire Nerves 3 Prices only 1/, 1/6, and 2/. Plus Tax. Ring Central 7788 for Reservations I TieTBfltTOBSHflNP I cAaallant gentleman doomed ton || living helloa Devils Island tisane II a Nations honour H ?— - facsimile tfpotiof II a letter forged by an II I officer for the nonourofymnee. II I 'DREYFUS' | BANNED 1 || IN FRANCE II || Our Advertisements REFUSED II II in Sydney II || by tba 'Conrrier Australian,' M |l Tha Only French Paper In Australia. Ifl ?I NEVERTHELESS II I WILL SHOW IT II NEXT SATURDAY II I The honor of the French Army was at stake. One of Its l| officers was a traitor. A victim most be found. ?? What If he WERE Innocent? II Bah! There were hundreds of thousands that were ex- II pected to die obediently for Franc*! What was the hap- ?? plness. th...

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NO FURTHER ENQUIRY INTO NAVY EVENTS Atlantic Fleet To Resume Exercises Soon LONDON, October 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

NO FURTHER ENQUIRY INTO NAVY EVENTS Atlantic Fleet To Resume Exercises Soon LONDON, October 6. In the House of Commons today, the First Lord of the Admiralty (Sir Austen Chamberlain) said it was not the intention of the Admiralty to make any further enquiry into the recent events in the navy. Representations made, in regard to pay and pensions, at the enquiries in home ports, together with communica tions received from Commandersin Chief in foreign stations, had been the subject of careful consideration, and the Fleet orders, announcing the de cisions reached as a result of these re presentations, had now been published. The ships of the Atlantic Fleet, which had remained at home ports to facilitate holding those enquiries, would reassemble at an early date, and would continue their exercises. The Admiralty was carefully consider ing whether any changes were neces sary in; the methods at present open to the men of the navy for making re presentations about service conditions. Banks'...

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CRIMINAL SITTINGS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

CRIMINAL SITTINGS The Criminal Sittings were continued at the Supreme_ Court House, before Mr. Justice Napier and jurors, yester day. Mr. R. R. Chamberlain (Crown Pro secutor) appeared for the Crown. i Indecent Assault Admitted Henry William Jackson (38), of Mount Barker, admitted that on June 21 last be indecently assaulted a girl of 16. Mr. B. J. Kearney, who appeared for Jackson, called evidence of the past good character of his client. He said that Jackson sustained head injury at the war. and was also gassed. At limes he still suffered acutely as the result of the wounds, and he had ac quired the habit of taking brandy to relieve the pain. He was 'muddled' with brandy at th'e time the offence was committed. In the circumstances, he asked his Honor to deal as leniently as he could with Jackson. Jackson was remanded for sentence. GoUty of Receiving The hearing was continued of the case in which Albert Earl Steggall (33). of Prospect, denied that on or about July 10. 1931. at Full...

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LAW COURTS CAUSE LIST SUPREME COURT [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

LAW COURTS CAUSE LIST SUPREME COURT No. 2 Court (Criminal), before Mr. Jus tice Napier.— Today, at 10 a.m.— Bex v. Hanrahan and CahUl (part beard). Bex v. Gurr. No. 4 Court (Civil), before Mr. Justice Piper — Today, at 10.30 a.m.. Fisher v. Pry zlbllla and Balls v. Baker. ADELAIDE LOCAL COTBT— FULL JURISDICTION Cases lor to-day. — Treloar — Biggins v. Adelaide — Genders; Hogan — Cohen v. Rey nolds — Menzies.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

'Oh, isn't she pretty' 'Your skin looks so nice tonlgnt.' 'yes, rm using the new Powder Caarmo san.' 'Ah, a new one, eh?' 'Yes. and WONDESFDL.' 'Like It?' ? __» 'I ADOBE It. It is K- DIFFERENT. 'Different? How?' 'Well, you 6ee, I'm not young but Cnarmosan lace powder makes mj 6kln LOOK young. And nicer, prettier, ol fines, clear smooth texture. Somehow, other powders Tve used never seemed to do j THAT for my skin.' Do you know why? Powder charmosan so SUBDUES and CONCEALS faults In your skin, nnd signs of age so that they eeem ] no longer there. A sensation In tfce shops, j Selling In THOUSANDS. So smart: chic: c:ever. subtle. A sheer b'-esslns to the woman with the plain or ageing sKn. Poudre Charmosan In all shade' and sun tan. Price 2/6 . per LARGE BOX. Sold everywhere. j &Y279.81 j

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POINTS FROM LETTERS Labor Party and the Bishop [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

POINTS FROM LETTERS Labor Party and the Bishop From K. Madigan, Bushman's Club: — Your correspondent, Mr. M. Hyde, has made a regrettable statement at this juncture, when he writes, 'A con siderable number of delegates to Labor conferences belong to a denomination that forbids its adherents to enter any place of worship other than their own.' This s:atement is no; correct — if it were, millions of Roman Catholics the world over who attend weddings and funerals of friends, or any other state occasion calling for their presence in church of other holy denominations, would be placed in a rather awkward position. Your correspondent is evi dently not a returned soldier, or one who has travelled much or been in touch with members of the R..C Church, or he would not make this intolerant statement. An R.C. friend of mine spent last Sunday:— Mass, 11 a.m.; Maughan Methodist, 3 pjn.; psychology lecture, 7 p.m.; listening to a sincere evangelist tell the oft-repealed tale of the humility of Ch...

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BERNARD SHAW AND RUSSIA PRAISE FOR SOVIET OLIGARCHY To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

BERNARD SHAW AND RUSSIA PRAISE FOR SOVIET OLIGARCHY To the Editor Sir — Everyone knew Bernard Shaw to be a prince among dry humorists, -ut today tie stands more than supreme in virtue of the way he has fooled Conservative and Communist alike into hinking he had nothing but praise for the Russian system of government. This system is known as Communism. Bernard Shaw reveals it to be the most rigid and drastic form of oligarchy ever Invented to fool the Russian poor man nto thinking he was to enjoy greater liberty and power than he did under the Imperialistic oligarchy of the more re cent Czars. Mr. Shaw now makes it public for the benefit of our 'intelligent' electors of 21 years of age that the Russian system is a good one because 'it ex cludes from official authority and from the franchise the ignorant, the incom petent, the indifferent, the corrupt, and the pugnacious and politically incapable masses.' It is now open to Australians to draw a further inference from the above. The po...

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TURF TOPICS Jockey's Appeal Dismissed [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

TURF TOPICS Jockey's Appeal Dismissed The appeal by G. Mules against the decision of the stewards on Septem ber 26 in suspending him from riding in races for a month for alleged in terference was heard by the SJUf.C. committee yesterday and was dis missed. Racing Clubs and Trotting Tote At a meeting of the chairmen of the metropolitan racing clubs, held at the office of the South Australian Jockey Club yesterday, tlie following resolution was agreed to:— 'it Is not desirable. In the jest interests of the sport of horse racing in this State, that the Trotting Bill, now before the Legislature, should become law.' Unlucky Owner Mr. J. Netter was unfortunate when ; Merab was narrowly defeated In the Shorts at Bandwick on Monday, and he had bad luck again yesterday when both Merab and Speedway, each starting at 14 to 1. finished second in their respective races, the Suburban Handicap and the Members' Handicap. Mr. Netter expected Mfirab to do the better of his pair, so that Speed Way's d...

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Motor Cycling Calendar [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

TONIGHT — HarlerDarid scn picture night. Glen Osmond attend picture evening. SATURDAY - SUNDAY — Ladies' week-end at Sellirk's Beach. SUNDAY— Levis opening run to SeHick*s Beach: Indian and B.S.A. at ScUIck's; Harlftv Davidson run to scramble coarse; Alnjara Moana ran; Elliott, Caltuorpc and Raleigh ran to Sellick's: Norwood run to Moana, MONDAY — Glen Osmond genera] meeting-. OCTOBER 13— Harley-Davidson general meeting; Levis adjourned an nual meeting; Norwood general meeting. 14 — Labor Day speed meet ing at Wayvflle; second Berri dirt track meeting. 15 — Glen Osmond Busy Bee at clob rooms. 16— Entries close for Harley Davidson scramble. 17— Douglas run to Victor Harbour. 18— Indian and B.S.A. at National Park: Norwood speed .nrigjng contest; AJ.S. run to Blackwood; Dongas general nwetinir and lecture. 18— Douglas general meeting and lecture niirht; AJ.S. gene ral meeting; Glen Osmond com mittee meeting. 20— Harley-Bavidson com mittee meeting. 21 — Ladies' committee meet iwr. 24— ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

aGAWLER J.C NOMINATIONS CLOSE MONDAY. OCTOBER 12 Gordon's Agencr, Adelaide, at t p m~ Secrc tarjf at G«wler, at 4 pan. H281-J '

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S.A.J.C. Fields For Saturday FEW SCRATCHING Eleven Left In Derby By "GAMBIER" [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

— S.A.J.Q Fields For Saturday — FEW SCRATCHINGS Eleven Left In Derby By 'GAMBIEB' When Mr. E. Hynes, secre tary of the S.A.J.C., declared yesterday the acceptances for the opening on Saturday of the Spring meeting at Morphett villf. it was found that few sera tellings had been made for the handicap events. The fields for Derby day, therefore, trill be satisfactory all round. Apart from the 16 youngsters engaged in the MorphetrriUe Plate and, 11 threeyear olds in the Derby, there are 17 ac ceptors for the Weigall Handicap, 15 tor the Brighton Handicap, 14 for the Hurdle Race, and nine for the Glenelg Handicap. The meeting will be attended by the Governor and Lady HOre-Roihven. The committee of the S.AJ.C. has decided to operate the doubles tote on the Brighton and Weigall Handicaps. Two dividends win be paid if, as seems likely, there are 10 or more 'starters in the second 'leg.' In the general totalisator two divi dends wOl be paid on races with seven or mare starters. The acceptanc...

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PHAR LAP WINS AGAIN New Record Established Sydney. October 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

PHAR LAP WINS AGAIN New Record Established Sydney. October 7. A feature of the third day's racing of the spring: meeting at Bandwirk. held In delightful weather, was toe running second of the two South Australian horses. Merab and Speed day, sent to Sydney by Mr. J. Net ter. Mcrab was also narrowly de feated on Monday. The A.J.C. meeting was continued to day in fine weather. Details: ? SECOND HURDLE RACE Of £300. Two miles and three furlongs Mr. J. C. Julius's b g GADRAY. by Gad about (Imp.) — Lady Rouvray. aged. 10 st. 11 lb. (J. McCurley) .. .. „ .. l Mr. G. P. Nation's b g Banner Boy. a, 9 st. 8 lb. (O. Cullum) .... .2 Mrs. \J, M. White's ch h Golden Tunic 6; yrs.. 9 st. (A. Ferguson) ? 3 Others— Rossgole, li st. 4 lb. (C. Black); Klrna. 10 st. 7 lb. (A. Lillyman): Port RUkl 9 st. 8 lb. (U Hynes); Bulong, 9 st. (B. Conaghan); David's Day. 9 st. (A. QUes) _ ?et«nS— S to 2 Gadray. 3 to 1 Kirna. 7 to 2 Eossgole, 7 to 1 Port Risk, 8 to I Banner Boy. 20 to 1 Golden Tunic Divi dends (f...

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BUNKER HILL WINS AT GEELONG Cevantes Runs Second Melbourne, October 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

BUNKER HILL WINS AT GEELONG Cevantes Runs Second Melbourne, October 7. Star, Quol Encore. Lancegay, Lady tjth«»i Batting— 2 to 1 against Camadlne, 5 to 2 wiying Empress, and Gold Lining. 7 to 1 Lone Star. 10 to 1 Quol Encore, 20 to 1 Teareae. Won. by a length; a. neck. Time, 1 jnin. 2 cec. Kardlnla Three-year-old Trial Handicap, about six furlongs. — Mr W TtndaH'a b g WBISBck. by Violoncello— Pleasant Days, 8 st. 2 lb. (R J. Morris), 1: Hotham. 8 st. IB.. Cann), 2: Balgowan, 7 st. 7 lb. {P. Egan), 3. Others— Desoto. Stripper, Dra mask. Dashing Gracfuss, Fleet Arrow. Hhyon. Betting— 3 to 1 Welbeck, 7 to 2 Hotham and Bslgowan. 6 to 1 Bbyon. 7 to 1 Dashing. 10 to 1 Gracfuss. Won by two lengths; half a length. Time, 1 tain 15 sec. Drumeondra Welter, about seven fur :ons3.— Mr. W. Bauld's br g PHOCIS. by Draite— Popoela. 5 yrs., 9 it. (J. Winks), 1: Mvma. 5 yrs.. 8 st. 12 lb. (W. Elliott). S; IJ.'Tj'Da. 6 rrs.. 7 et. 10 IS. {H. Morris). 3. Others— Aga Khar.. Starala. Quick Re ward. Bavac...

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BLYTH'S BEST SHOW Superior Draught Stock, Blyth October 7 [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

BLYTH'S BEST SHOW Superior Draught Stock * iStti. October 1. Everybody -who attended the 22nd fltinimi show here today agreed that it was one of the finest ever arranged. Certainly no better collection -or draught stock would be seen anywhere oat of A^pipifip. 103 horses competing. Cattle and sheep also were stronglF represented. and when the draught and cattle were paraded round the ring, they almost encircled it. The presi dent -Mr. A. B. StJufltze). committee men, and secretary (Mr. E. E. Ecfcex ^n) were delighted vitb the ex cenent attendance /and support «e coided the fixture. Special trains brought big drafts of livestock .from CteSnm and BalaHam end £300 in prize money tvas a liberal disposal for times lifce these. Champion Clydesdales The ?well-known studmaaten who woo at the Adelaide Show recently .repeated their success Here today. J. HMtanff ti«miL tmtksctiT was the champion enure In the open class, and A. McDonald. «c Halbury. paraded the champion' mare^ Dolly, a 8lx-yea...

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