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CRESWELL, SCHOLARSHIP [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

OKESWEU. SCHOLARSHIP A: a neetins of the ground and 3aKue committee of the South Aus- SsaSsc O~ctei Associition yesterday, it ?*s decked to award the Creswell grhna?-^-.^i to J. E. Rcayne, who will thas be eattxled to a five years' course *i tl?e Cairens^r for the of

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UNEMPLOYED AT PORT PIRIE. Request For Award Rates Port Pirie February 25. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

UNEMPLOYED AT PORT PIRIE. Request For Award Rates Port Pirie February 25. Members of the Port Pirie Unemployed Association again propose to apply to have representation on the relief committee. The question of payment of award rates was brought up by the vigilance commit- ; tee at a meeting of the association. A . \ motion, that each, member of tlie asso-1 ' elation receive 15/ per day. Irrespective of| the sort of work to which he was put, was! defeated, receiving only two votra. An ( amendment, "that award rates be paid,"' ?was carried. The mayor (Mr. M. M. B. Middle ton I sent a report to the meeting regarding the : I drill hall, which has been placed at tb=: I disposal of the unmarried unemployed lor ; their accommodation. He gave warning ~ ! that If he again saw the building In a i condition similar to that which obtained on the occasion of his last visit he would. < i take stern to have the hall closed. ! ; The chairman of the association (Mr. C. I .J. Emery) urged ...

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ROYAL SOCIETY OF ST. GEORGE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

KOTAL SOCTETT OF ST. GEOSGE. The csoacil of the Royal Society of St. Georce dedded, after the annual meeumt that body yesterday, that in J'J|>*miT*yf of tbe present financial posteron the tnnual dinner on St. Oearee s Day be not held this year. At tla- xaeedacr tttt following officers were <iert?s_P?sjdo3i, Sir Henry New asssi: nce-presfdents. Messes. F. H. TJoKMr. C. R. 4. Glover, and W. B. C*sr; secretary, Mr. Fred. Johns; fe<earoer. Mr. A. J. Polkinghorne; Bxasbers or tbe council, Mr. W. R. BayJc. R**. K. J. F. Bickersteth. Mr. X. E. Kajnes. Major V. M. Newland, Messrs. \T. E. Racers and R. B. Stuckey. ?ae Bric.-Oen. S. Price Weir; chaplain. tiv BsSnp of Adelaide (Dr. Thomas). ?w>-chatpu?iii. Dean Toung; auditor, Mr. "*T. E. Roeers: musical director, Mr. T^piSera* Bevan.

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Pop [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

Pop Little Talks

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MR. LANG REPLIES TO LOAN REFUSAL "Other States Following Road to Dishonor" Sydney, February 27. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

MR. LANG REPLIES TO LOAN REFUSAL "Other States Following Road to Dishonor" Sydney, February 27. The Premier (Mr. Lang) commented to-day on the refusal of the Loan Coun- cil to accommodate the New South Wales Government to the extent of £737,733 because of Mr. Lang's declara- j lion that he intended to pay only a portion of the interest on loans already I raised for the State. Mr. Lang said the policy of tne other States was "shillyshally." If that policy were persisted in by the other Governments for another three I or four months the Commonwealth and the States would have to default in payment of both interest and capi tal. That, he said, teas the road to dis honor, ignominy, and humiliation. "Two courses are open to Austra lia," Mr. Lang said. "One is to adopt the plan of the New South Wales Labor movement and Inform our creditors of our inability to pay. and to make an honorable and lasting settlement with them. The other way is to drift along shouting that we will pay our debts ...

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POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS February 28. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS February 28. UNITED KINGDOM._EDEOPE. CEngN. EOYPT. INDIA, CHINA, AND SINGA PORE,—Orontes (due Lonfl"i*Ss l *J; Parcels, March 4, 1 pjn.: ?f*?*?^,^ packets (via France), March 4, 6 PJn.; newspapers (aU sea route). March 4, 6 £Sn? letters and commercial papers, March 5, 10.30 aJn.: late lee, 12 noon. Supplementary, via Fremantle—Regts- Sred letters. March S. 6 pan.: letters and commercial papers, March 6, 8 ajn.; late fee 9.30 ajn. from railway. Air mall clones 8 a.m. this day. at QJ?.O, con nects with Mongolia at Fremantle (due London March 25). Later mails to the United Kingdom (via Suez)— Per More ton Bay, March 9 (due London April 9); per Narlmnda, March 13 (due London April 11); per Oronsay, March 20 (due London April 18). EASTERN STATES, CANBERRA, AND TASMANIA. —Monday, Wednesday, end Friday, 5 pjn.; late fee. 530 pjn.: 6.25 pm. from railway: Tuesday and Thurs day, 3.30 pjn.; late fee. 4 PJn-; 4.20 pjn. from railway. Saturday, 3 p.m.; late fee. 4 p.m. at rail...

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MINING NEWS IVAN GOLD MINES [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

MINING NEWS IVAN GOLD MINES The secretary of Ivan Gold Mines. N.L.. advises that the company has abandoned P.A. 2566 (McLaren's) Larkinville, off the line of reef, and has incepted a 12 months (option over F.A. 2562 (Fox*).co mprislne j24 acres or thereabouts on the line ol reef, on the following terms:— Deposit £25 on February 28. then £75 on March 31. and £100 on April 30. and U the purchase is completed a further £1.800 on February 2S. 1932. There are several shafts afld the reef has heen proved for 1.000 ft, with values up to l oz. Golden Butterfly Mines. Hi.-Tehruary 27 Result of second crushing at Govern ment Battery ol 150 tens from develop ment ore at grass and being second cut I through dump returned 45/ ton of 2.000 1b Notes by acting secretary:—7l. The dump contains considerable "smalls" mul lock and therefore the above crushing may be considered highly satisfactory. 2. Ar rangements are now being made to crush a further 500 tons."

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CERAMIC DUE ON MONDAY JANUS FOR CALCUTTA TO-MORROW [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

CERAMIC DUE ON MONDAY JANUS FOR CALCUTTA TO-MORROW With seven passengers and a quan- tity of general cargo for Adelaide the Ceramic from Liverpool, via the Cape, is expected to berth at the Outer Har- bor at daylight on Monday. Dalgety and Co- Limited, agents for the veisel, expect her to complete her discharge and sail for the eastern States on Mon day afternoon. The British India steamer Janus will berth at Queen's Wharf to-morrow after noon, according to advice received by Messrs Macdocald, Hamilton & Co. She has about 800 tous of cornsacks from Cal cutta for local consignees. The vessel will continue her trip to the eastern States on Monday afternoon. The Aberdeen and Commonwealth Line advise that the Mnt-pfcq"", which will ar rive this morning from London, will berth at No. 1 Quay instead of Queens' Wharf, as previously arranged. The Adelaide Steamship Oompay advise that the Kapara, which is discharging hul& coal from Newcastle at. Commercial Wharf, will sail on...

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MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS DEE TO-UAT Cathay, from London via Suez, 7 ajn., Outer Harbor. Elder. Smith it Co. Matakana, from London, morning, No. 1 Quay. Aberdeen and Commonwealth Line. { HurunuL from Liverpool, daylight. No. 2 Quay. Elder. Smith & Co. Mlnnlpa. from Port Lincoln. 7 a.m.. Copper Company's Wharf. Adelaide Steam ship Co. Quoma. from Spencer Gulf porte, Com mercial Wharf. Adelaide Steamship Co. ! TO-MOHBOW Janus, from Calcutta, aftemoan. Queen's Wharf. Macdonald. Hamilton & Co. MONDAY Ceramic from Liverpool, via Cape, day light. Outer Harbor. Dalgety & Co. Earatta, from Klngscote and Hog Bay. evening, McLaren Wharf. Coast Steam ships. Corio. from Newcastle, morning, Osborne Wharf. Huddart, Parker. Ltd. Kooraka. from Edltbburgh, afternoon, McLaren Wharf. Coast Steamships. SAILING TO-DAY Cathay, for eastern States, at 4 p ?*, from Outer Harbor. Elder. Smith & Co. Matakana, for eastern States, afternoon, from No. 2 Quay. Aberdeen and Common wealth...

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CONTRACTS FOR RATIONS SUSPENDED TRADERS TO BE GIVEN ANOTHER CHANCE [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

CONTRACTS FOR RATIONS SUSPENDED TRADERS TO BE GIVEN ANOTHER CHANCE Direct contracts are to be made with traders for the supply of rations as from March 1. These will be arranged by the Supply and Tender Board, and strict supervision will be exercised. A new system has been deviseti to prevent breaches of the conditions under which foods are distributed. The Minister has endorsed the deci sion of the Unemployment Belief Coun cil that all traders whose licences have been suspended will be given another opportunity to supply, but it is defi nitely stated that anyone found not ; complying strictly with the conditions I after March 1 will be suspended per manently. The Minister of Employment (Mr. Mclnnes) said yesterday he had authorised the Supply and Tender Board to enter into contracts direct with all grocers, bakers, and green grocers. Accounts from suppliers would be received twice monthly by the ac countant of the Unemployment Belief Council, and nayments would be made promptly to ...

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DAIRY CONTROL BOARD ELECTION Canberra, February 27. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

DAIRY CONTROL BOARD ELECTION Canberra, February 27. "The two years term for which pro- ducers' representatives on the Dairy Produce Control Board were elected, will expire in April." said the Minister for Markets at. Parker Moloney) to day. The Minister added that nominations for a representative from South Aus tralia would be received br the Sub- Collector of Customs at Adelaide until March 25. The Tetiring member in South Australia, who was eligible for re-election, was Mr. E. H. Fromen.

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"IRREPARABLE DISASTER" Economist Condemns Fiduciary Issue Plan LONDON, February 27. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

"IRREPARABLE DISASTER" Economist Condemns Fiduciary Issue Plan LONDON, February 27. Mr. J. Taylor Peddie, the economist, money reformer, and author of the book "The Dual System of Stabilisation," interviewed by the Australian Press Association about the Loan Council's latest decision to maice a. fiduciary note issue, said he greatly regretted the de cision, which, be considered, was quite unnecessary. He was in sympathy I with tne objective of the money re formers in Australia, but strongly dis-j approved of the latest proposals. He said the proposed cure would lead to an irreparable disaster and a consider able loss or credit by the Government. Australia's first aim should be to re store the currency parity and then eet about reform. Mr. Peddie suggested that the Loan Council's proposals chouM be deferred i for four months, by which time the report of the British Government Com mittee on Finance and Industry would have been issued. After seven years of research wort, Mr. Peddie has...

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VICTORIA WINS LINTON CUP First New South Wales Defeat for Six Years Sydney, February 27. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

VICTORIA WINS LINTON CUP First New South Wales Defeat for Six Years Sydney, February 27. Having been held by New South Wales for the last six years, the Linton Cup was retrained at Rushcutter's Bay to-day by Victoria, the original holder of the trophy. The Victorian representatives won both their singles rubbers against Tas mania. The doubles were not played, as they could not affect the result. Re sull£:—* New Sooth Wales v. South Australia D. TSompson (N.S.W.) lost to i. K. Quist. 6—l, 2—6. 3—?: B. Moore d. G. Thomas, 7—5, 6—3; Thompson and Moore d. Qntet and McMJchael. S—6. 6—3. New South Wales. 2 rubbers. 5 sets. 38 games; South Austxaua, 1 rubber. 2 sets. 30 games. Tasmania versus Victoria ' B. G. Tonkin <ViO d. J. torett, 6—l. 6—2: J. PurceU d. A. W. Knlgbt, 2—6, 11—9. 7—5. Victoria. 2 rubbers. 4 sets. 32 games; Tasmania, 1 sejt, 23 games.

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TENNIS CHADMPIONS IN SYDNEY Big Matches Start SOUTH AUSTRALIANS DO WELL Sydney, February 27. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

TENNIS CHADMPIONS IN SYDNEY Big Matches Start SOUTH AUSTRALIANS DO WELL Sydney, February 27. Matches in the Australian tennis championships, which began to-day at the Rushcutter's Bay courts, were some- thing in the nature of a limbering up process. The match which promised most, and gave little in the way of entertaining tennis, was that between Hopman and J. Willard. The latter was below form, and with Hopman volley ing strongly the match, was soon over. Results: — Men's Singles J. Crawford d. W. B. Teague. 7 —5, s—6. 6—3; a. Hopman d. J. Wlllard, 6—l, 6—3 4—6. 6—l: .A. Wlllard d. B. Duulop 6 0 2—6, 3—6, 6—3. 6-4; W. Walfcer d. E. v! McMichaeX (W. 0.); C. Sproule d. B- Tonkin. 6— 2, 6—3. 6 —o; N. Peacb d. W. Tythertelgb, 4—6. 6— Z, 6—B. 6—2. 6—3; E. P. Moon d. A. Smitb. 6—l, 6—3, 6—l: A. K. Quist (S.A.) d. G. Tbomas <W.O.>: T. O'Connor d. H. K. Tbomas. 6—3, 6—l. 7—5; B. Moore d. Dim ran Thompson (W. 0.); D. Crystal d. A. Knight. 6—o, 6—2: E. Cummings d. I>. Schwar...

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MERITS OF BILLIARDS CLOTHS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

MERITS OF BILLIARDS CLOTHS In the article on billiards by Riso Levin "The Advertiser" yesterday the merits of billiards table cloths were dis- cussed. Riso Levi expressed the view that the time would never come vhen I Manchester-made cotton cloth would oust the west of England wool len cloth in public favor, and that in future most cation billiard cloths would srnrmo out and be buried in a forgotten past of oval and circular billiard tables. Mr. P. J. Brady, who 3s agent for the only cotton cloth made, stated yesterday that Walter LAndmm, Joe Davis, Tom Newman, and Clarke McConachy, and most of the world's greatest profes sional and amateur players selected this cloth for leading matches and clubs. Ltndrum this season had already made 38 breaks of more than 1.000. and 114 breaJcs of more than 500 on napless cloth. His performances included the world's record break of 3,905. Mr. Brady said he considered the per formances of the leading players were sufficient answer to tiie sugeestio...

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SPALDING CHAMPIONSHIP Stewart Establishes Record [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

SPALDING CHAMPIONSHIP Stewart Establishes Record Rufus Stewart will be the representa- tive of this State in the inter-State competition, in Melbourne for the Spald- ing championship, the winner of which will go to England to take part in tbe British open championship of 1931. The Kooyonga professional led easily in the two rounds played at Seaton on Thursday and yesterday he created a competition record at his home course- In his two rounds at Seaton he averaged 72, and completed the four rounds with a brilliant 68 yesterday morning at Kooyonga, and 75 in the afternoon, making bis total 287. This is said to be an Australian, record for four rounds of competition golf. The score of 68 created a competition record for the Kooyonga course. The card read:— Out — 5,573,3,4.5,3.3.4 — 35; horne — 4.4.4A2.3A.4.4—33—68.

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MORE SUPPORT FOR SECESSION IN NEW SOUTH WALES Sydney, February 27. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

MORE SUPPORT FOR SECESSION IN NEW SOUTH WALES Sydney, February 27. Many meetings have been held in country centres in the last few days to protest against the policy of the State Government and to discuss the propo- sals of the leader of the Country Party (Dr. Earie Page) that the north should secede from the State of New South Wales. Resolutions in support of the seces sion proposal have been carried, and motions of censure have been passed on the Lang Government. Public feel ing is increasing, and the desire to see the Government go before the people is widespread. Conferences will be held to-morrow at Wagga and Blayney to discuss the position. —_—

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Fight to Death Sydney, February 27. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

Fight to Death Sydney, February 27. The leader of the Federal Opposition (Mr. Latham), in a speech at Darling hurst to-night, referring to tbe proposed fudiciary note issue, said, "We are going to fight this to the ?ten*>i m> matter what bribes may be offered."

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"ONE DOSE OF INFLATION" EXCITES CRAVING How Fiduciary Issue Ignores World Price Movements LONDON, February 27. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

"ONE DOSE OF INFLATION" EXCITES CRAVING How Fiduciary Issue Ignores World Price Movements LONDON, February 27. The "Financial News," under the heading "A Fatal Mistake," says the economic situation in Australia seems to be moving: rapidly towards a political crisis. "No doubt the Senate will re ject the currency issue proposals. This would not entail the immediate defeat of the measure, but it does imply delay, which, in the circumstances, is not to be contemplated. Therefore, an early appeal to the electors is indicated. Aus tralian people should recognise that no escape from their difficulties is possible by the course of the suggested increase of the fiduciary issue without a refe reice to world prices, the necessity for a reduction in costs, or tariff revision. Other measures can only intensify Aus tralia's troubles, and will inevitably still further cripple the power of the pri maiy producers to compete in world markets. **Ie needs only a brief moment longer to lull a section o...

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WHY AUSTRALIAN STOCKS ARE HARDENING Fear of Repudiation Vanishing, and Attraction for Speculator [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

WHY AUSTRALIAN STOCKS ARE HARDENING Fear of Repudiation Vanishing, and Attraction for Speculator The financial editor of the "Morn- ing Post" states:—"For the improve- ment in Australian securities the gene- ral hardening of trustee securities must be partly held responsible, but p-.ices also have fallen to a level that offers an attraction to the speculator as dis tinct from the investor in gilt-edged se curities. Generally speaking it may be ! said that British investors now believe that most Australians arc strongly) aprainst repudiating their obligations, i This belief is inspiring some of the pre sent buying. Moreover, there are signs I of improvement in the relation of ex ports to contracting imports, which should affect the rate of exchange." A full list of quotations of Austra lian stocks in London on Thursday, with a comparison for the previous week win be found in the Monetary and Commercial columns.

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