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5 AD, ADELAIDE FORTHCOMING FEATURES VARIED PROGRAMMES ARRANGED [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931
5 AD, ADELAIDE FORTHCOMING FEATURES VARIED PROGRAMMES ARRANGED Many varied musical sessions have been arranged by Station 5 AD for next west. To-night, following the dinner ; music, played by the Squire Celeste Octet, Louise Homfrey &lt;lady baritone) will be heard in a number of popular . melodies, with Oily Oakley playing i banjo solos. Alter the review of sporting results ? at 7.51, together with "Long-on's" re t marks on the day's play in district cricket, there will be a popular recital featuring Lucrezia Bori (.soprano), , Mattia Battistini (baritone), Jascha Heiutz (violin), with the Cherniavsky ; instrumental trio. At six minutes past nine a variety vaudeville programme will be broadcast for the remainder of the evening. This is a programme which should interest both young and On Sunday a further service for chil dren will be transmitted at 550 under the direction of the Council of Religious Education of South Australia and ar ranged by Miss Warren Thomas dio cesan o...
Blackwood Club on the Air [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931
Blackwood Club on the Air On Saturday members visited VK 5SHG. Mr. Cooper, the owner, is well known for his short wave work on the 40, 20, and 10 metre wave bands. He ', is the schedule station of W9GV, of L Chicago, TLSA. On Sunday the club's 200 metre transmitter. VK 588, was ? on the air as usual. No station was ' marked, though quite a number could L be heard on the air. The only tests : that were made consisted of a few i modulation adjustments. A committee , meeting was held this week and ar rangements regarding the annual social 1 were discussed. This will be held next : Saturday.
Tests of Wayville Club on 200 Metres [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931
Tests of Wayville Club on 200 Metres At the weekly meeting on Tuesday a talk was given on "Static Electricity," including the Leyden Jar, electrophorus and the gold-leaf electroscope, followed by a talk on "The Servicing of Radio Receivers." by C. E. Moule. Telephony" . on the 200 metre band has improved i . and many reports are coming to band on the early morning tests with VK : SCX. The 40-metre equipment has not : been in use lately, owing to ineffective Hi1, chokers. Tests on 40 and 20 metre bands will be resumed shortly. At next weeks meeting a lecture on "Economical Tit-Bits'" will be given by Mr. Jessup. The annual election of officers will be ' held on Tuesday. March 10. .; =^- '\
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931
ROSELLA MUSTARD PICKLES Motortna Darties should always m slude a lar of Bosella unrivalled Pickles. C319w0 Kates Bedocea and free oaragt at Carlyon's Hotel, Melbourne To meet present conditions. Carlyon's nave reduced rates as follows:—Sing:e rooms from 4/6 per day double from 7/6. bed and breakfast from 6/6 single or 11/6 double All mealf optional 'also at reduced rates > In tea-room and cafe Inclusive board from !0/6 daily or 65? weekly Guests' cars Rarased without charge and train travellers pay no taxi fares as Carlyon's is right onno sit?> SoPnppr-ctrpot station &lt;"!2?fiwir MUSIC BATH CHARMS. but nothing to equal tbe new TEMPLE BAB Wended (American Srvle) cigarettes—or Temple Bar miid Burley Tobacco, Sweet Slice or Ready Rubbed. All tobacconists.—* 4C "Delicious with Iced water* [ Have roc ercr tried "SAL VITAL" in a rt"f ef iced ! wnterT It is rimDly delicious ? The icy coldneM delays the effcrresrercr and hrino out Ulc fr!l Hivor Of th&lt;- aaline. It ...
MEN CLUB LICENSEE AND TAKE £200 PERTH HOTEL SENSATION Perth, February 27. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931
MEN CLUB LICENSEE AND TAKE £200 PERTH HOTEL SENSATION Perth, February 27. A sensation was caused in Perth about 9.15 to-night, when Samuel James Daykin, licensee of the new Imperial Hotel in Wellington-street, opposite the Central Railway-station, was assaulted and clubbed into semi-insensibility by four or five men. when he was taking about £200 up the stairs of the hotel from one of the bars, from one of ihe bars. The men then ran away. One of the fugitives, who had two boxes of money amounting to £42 in one hand, and an automatic pistol in the other, accidentally ran into Plain clothes-constables Vale and Kelman Dot far from the hotel, and pointed the re volver at them. They heard it click. but it was found afterwards to be un loaded. The policemen grappled with the man and ot'erpowered him. One Sat On In the meantime the slowest of the other men was pursued by civilians over the railway bridge, and was seen to throw a revolver away. As he was running past a man who heard the cri...
BANKEUPTCY COURT [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931
XANKSCrXCV COCKT OcSac ?the big increase in business of tbe?sakriqKcy Court the adminis tosjan h*s *"* to rent portion of the Sac Sao? of the National Bank Cham- bers, m Kiap WUliaai-screot south. yat-rfUnr^ of creditors wfll be held there ?s fixKn next Monday, but the general hg-?g of the court will be continued 3> be transacted in the Supreme Court block oZ buildings. As compared with the Scores for January and February &lt;?f last rear the business of the Bank rapscr Court for the past two months tas laote than trebled.
LAWN TENNIS INTER-COLLEGE MATCH [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931
LAWN TENNIS INTER-COLLEGE MATCH In a match between St. Peter's and Prince Alfred Colleges on Thursday, Prince Alfred won by 9 sets 75 games to 7 sets 63 games, Results: —Moulden and Rymill v. Berriman nd Edwards. 6—l, 3—6; Moulden and Ry mill v. Hone and Luke, 2—6, I—6; Downey jjd Finl37son v. Piper and Chlnner. 4—6. >—4; Downey and Finlayson r. Sawers and' ?earce, 3—6. I—6; Blacfc and Turnbull v. Hone and Luie, 4—G. 2—6; Brlgiand end Scales v. Sabers and Peaice. 6—3, I—6: irtgland and Scales v. Fip2r and CDlnner, 5, 6— i: Black and Turctiull v. Berrlman nd Edwards 6—l, 6—9. SOtTTHEHN FIJ3SDESS ASSOCIATION Booleroo Centre. 8 sets 100 games; Stone lut, 7 sets 101 games. Applla. 9 sets S3 games; Laura, 6 sets 85 games. CRYSTAL EEOOK TOUBJSAMENT Handicap singles— W. S. Gray, owe a—6. L Dr. G H. Kendrew. owe 30. 3—6, 6— i, 5—2. Handicap doubles—Baldwin and Gray d. "uss and Sheridan, 6—5, 6—4.
LANG SPEECH ON REPUDIATION Aids Secession Cause, Sir George Pearce Says Sydney, February 27. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931
LANG SPEECH ON REPU- DIATION Aids Secession Cause, Sir George Pearce Says Sydney, February 27. "The speech on repudiation delivered by the Premier (Mr. Lang) has given the biggest boost yet to the secession movement in Western Australia." said the leader of the Opposition in the Senate (Sir George Pearce) when he , came to Sydney to-day from Canberra. The general feeling is that If repu diation were the policy of New South Wales, and likely to become Hie policy of the Commonwealth, Western Aus tralia would go to any length to dis sociate itself from those parts of Aus tralia which would support so dishonor able a proposal." The secession movement received strength from the combination ol the people who had always opposed Federa- j tion, those who complained of the bur den of Federal taxation and the tariff, and those who dreaded the possibility of unification. To them had now been added those who opposed repudiation.
ADELAIDE FOURS THIS AFTERNOON [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931
ADELAIDE FOURS THIS AFTER NOON Adelaide Rawing Club will hold its annual Blair fours club race this afternoon from the weir to the boathouse. The first heat will be rowed at 2.45 pjn. The crews are:—W. Wisdon, R. Faii-weather, G. Davy, W. V. James (sta-oke). J. Vardon, J. Giles, J. T. Sheppard, W. G. Stephenson (strose). ! A gers, J. S. Hardy, M. Lane, B. P. lopkins ?stroke). D. Chapman. D. 7. H. Jackson L. T. Gnimmit, S- Fter ivood (stroke). H. D. Craig, G. Hamp, ?L Tamer, C. S. Coogaa (stroke). K. renkins, N. A. Buckenara, I?. W. Rogers, 0. N. Lunnett (stroke).
LIBERALS CALL PLAN APPALLING Country Party Supports It [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931
LIBERALS CALL PLAN APPALLING Country Party Supports It There was a general reluctance among members of Parliament to com- ment on the latest Theodore plan until details of it were available. Represen- tatives of the Labor Party were em phatic that nothing could be said until the Premier (Mr. Hill) had returned. "There may be more behind it than appears on the surface," said one, "but the significant thing about the latest development is that the Labor Pre miers are in agreement. That looks like a definite etep forward." FARMERS' SHARE Outspoken Liberal criticism of the scheme was made by Mr. Mclntosh, in the absence from the city of the leader of the Opposition (Mr. Butler). "Previously." he said, "all the State Premiers stood together on two essen tials—stability in finance and help for farmers. The two were really insepar able, but now the Theodore plan has driven the Premiers into opposite camps. Labor Premiers approve; others disagree, and the farmer looks on helplessly, wonderi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931
DRAPE HS 1 P RIHTIN O.— -n?e ADuam&m general pbdjt- CSQ OFFICE. Send orders lor Posters and ABmlli>infnte MDJKJRA AND MERBEIN RACING CARNIVAL WLDURA RACING CLUB MERBEIN RACING CLUB £SS?S^&SLA^ 121 Wednesday, Bth April. 1931 IS- rdi. Numeration :C.'. TSiJi HANHICAP. £11 10/. (£lO cod HANDICAP lIL-RDLE RACE. £30. Abom *S:-k;I ? t-jrlmir*.. Nomination 7/e. 1 mV,&lt;&lt;e. Namina.-icm 10/. FI.YIVG HWDICAP- £40. 6 (urlanjs FLVIXG HANDICAP. £20. 8 lnrlone? ?wrffTnsr^.T? 15' Nomination 10/. ?S-C\r V\'.->FA HS.CT- HACE. £7 10/. 6 TRIAL HANDICAP. £10. (£lO Condi fc',?fs \'anu-.a?isa 5' tionl. B turlnccs. Nomination 7/(5. l*i-J>rHi -'OLD C*-i* n.WmCAP. £1011 MERBEIN CVP HANDICAP. £50 and CUP ?ri &lt;- d IiOLI* C-,:p nlae £35. 10 tnt'-oaff value £10 10/. Nine furlongs. Kominatien *S?t-?--t -&lt;??? 10/. *-'l\;;!C\r HACK RACE. £10. 6 fro HANDICAP HACK RACE. £10. 6 turlomjs I.^*.^. \ -.w-j?)?--. 5' Ncrnin-itinn 5/. "-.-"-T.TT.;- *--,vp.OvP...
[?] THE 7 M.C. BAND FIVE CONTINENTS WORKED [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931
[?] THE 7 M.C. BAND FIVE CONTINENTS WORKED By "Q.R.A." Much better conditions are at [?] noticed on the 7 m.c. band, [?] local amateur, new to the ranks, working five continents. TKSEO on the 28 m.c. band worked YKOCN twice an Sunday, receiving | W; j VKSBJ added two more countries to' Iris Bst by working Honolulu and i?iw^*? &lt;m ? me I VKSHB received RMAX from HB9Q&lt; In s?H*iland one morning on 7 m.c, ?]?? R6 from OE2CC in Czecho-; SfcwMa. YKSDQ on this band worked VSBAA, cio the Government cable station, Odode Island, receiving R7. VSKAK. who had a good note on at R6. was heard calling local VKSXK. tJSCNO of TJSA_ gave SHG at R8 aoe erenlng on the 7 nxc band. VESOQand VKSHG on this band imfctd ST3WT of Sadan. who was i|ffr?**y a powerful portable trans-' amaer &lt;a the River Nile. ; bUW'l' is dow on 7 m.c. only, and is i ?|ji i to mxbe contact with Aostra- Ban amateurs. RBK, of me de la Sabliere. St BUeme, m France, who gave SHG at HI or momin? on 7 m....
SWIMMING SWIM THROUGH PORT BROUGHTON [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931
SWIMMING SWIM THROUGH PORT BROUGHTON The following are the handicaps for the annual swim through Port Broughton, to be held this afternoon:— S. Depledge (North Adelaide), scr.; W. Abbott &lt;Port Pirie) H. Dodd (Wallaroo), and D. Sirtour (Jamestown). 1 mln 30 sec.:' D. Veltb (Port Pirie), 2 mln.; H. Fteaks (Port Broughton). 3; C. Bowe (Welleroo). H. Lad ner rWallaroo). A. Pavlich (Port Plrle). and B. F. Tonkin (Port Brougtitoji). 4; J. W.: O'Connell (Wnllaroo). L. V. Dempster (Port Plrle). and Miss H. Harvey (Port Plrt?), 5; | W. Hornby (Port Broughton): H Stake ? (Port Plrle). L. Swirt (Port Plrle), H. Goode (Port Piriei. G. Blallyon (Port lrte). W. Munn (ort Plrie). L. Reynolds (Moonta). T. Leunlg (Moonta). K. Georecke (Moonta). J. Warden (Port Plrie). J. Donoime (Moonta). and P Berecech (Port Broughton). 6; D. J. Gooties (Jamestown), and G. Tonkin (POTt Broughton). 7; L. Tole?sa (Fort Brougcton). C. Arbon (Port Broughton), E. Boettcbe (Port Broughton), and G. Bawa day (Wa...
FANCIES FOR NEWMARKET Killarney Supported to Win £15,000 From "GAMBIER" Melbourne, February 27. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931
FANCIES FOR NEWMARKET Killarney Supported to Win £15,000 From "GAMBIER" Melbourne, February 27. The open nature of the Newmarket Handicap was reflected in the discus- sions to-night, and except to the cases of five Horses, including Taurus and Merab, indications are that good prices are likely to be on offer on the course fco-inorrow. First Arrow Tn?int_flfT|?- his position as favorite, and he is twice as Strong as Holdfast and Taurus, -with Merab not far away. A feature of the proceedings was the support accorded Killamey by his owner, Mr. E. Moss to whom a win to-morrow would mean about £15,000, in addition to the prize Por a comparatively small outlay Waugoola was supported to win £9,000, Merab £6,000, Einga £5,700. The Doctor's Orders £5,700, TJmbertana £5,000, Spanish Galleon £4500, Brazen face and Crouse £4,000 each, and Wel pin and Double It £3,500 each. Others were spoken of for smaller amounts First Legion being the only candidate to go friendless. Merab tightened a few poi...
CRICKET RECHABITE ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931
CRICKET RECHABITE ASSOCIATION Following are the teams for the semi- final matches to be played to-day:— JUBILEE V. SOUTHERN DISTRICTS (At East Porklands) Jubilee—C. Stoner (captain), E. Smith. A. SchroedCT. D. Lawson, it. Brown. 33. Balchln, D. Alexander, J. Hlffe, J. Fltz simmons, F. Small, W. Ksy. Southern Districts—L. Nunn (captain), S. Spencer. P. Hare, J. Moore, J. Bowden, K. Touivy, Is. Maskcll. J. Wenwss. &. Bncnstram, D. Craig. G. Lawn. L. Humphries, A. Hum phries. A. Butson. PORT ADELAIDE V. ST. PETEBS (At Peterbead) Port Adelaide—E. Robertson (contain), T. Brooks, G. Todd, R Beckman. J. Williams. J. Matthews. J. Wallace, L. Robertson, L. Primmer. F. Barry, D. Carslaw, B. Brltton. St. Peters—J. Wegener (captain). A. Lampre. F. £3otz. H. Adams, J. Bruggeman, E. Franklin. D Coras, L. Copas. 3. Lampre, VI. Westley, L. Klotz.
Membership of W.I.A. Leaps Ahead [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931
Membershi p of W.I.A. Leaps Ahead South Australia has the second largest number of Wireless Institute numbers in the Commonwealth, as a result of the membership drive begun Moeo3T- Victoria, which heads the list onsr leads by eight members. The mmr"* bas decided to aUot a year's S?e sntemp&ia to the member who tjULatrr tbe greatest number of new 8188. S£r. lies Stwford win conclude his fectsre on "Band Pass Filters" at the monthly meeting on March 4. The ta*S3JOonders section will meet on Maxell 9. Arrangements have been fsooQtaed for The annual meeting on Aprfl L It wOl tatc the form of a saaofce socai. Advtoe xs to hand from the Federal &neotftv of the Institute that as a re suJt of cxR-respondence which has pkssefi betireen the Director of Postal, Services and tsai body they have estab- , Izlm! oSciil recoemtioa for the In- I se regard to amateur radio in AassaSa. In t'sture all correspondence ?b£ e&er orert^n-es relating to amateur . zwSe ??3I oclj- be re...
ST. DAVID'S DAY BROADCAST 5CL Will Feature [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931
ST. DAVID'S DAY BROADCAST 5CL Will Feature The special St. David's Day celebrations will be broadcast from Adelaide and Melbourne on Sun- day and Monday. To-night the Radio Pierrots will put j on their unorthodox entertainment. i Kerwin Maegraith will be Heard a j little earlier hi the evening. The special St. David's Day service from the College Park Congregational j Church to-morrow will be broadcast; under the auspices of the Cambrian \ Society. Later, the evening pro- j gramme from 3LO, Melbourne, will be : relayed, including the Sundowners'! Quartet and Arnold Colman at the ? ? Wurlitzer organ. The services in ths,: morning will be from Maughan Me- |! thodist Church, and from the Maughan. i Central Mission in the afternoon. The St. David's Day celebrations will I |be continued on Monday evening with a presentation of Welsh melodies by Madame Carys Davies-Denton, assisted ' by Alice Meegan. Tbe president of ! the Cambrian Society will have a message for listeners at the beginnin...