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ADELAIDE-GAWLER-ROAD SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

ADELAIDE-GAWLER-ROAD SER VICE The secretary to the Railways Com- missioner stared yesterday that from Monday, March 9. the railways road motor service between Adelaide and G?rier*l2be dtseontUmed.

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CENTRAL AUSTRALIAN LECTURE [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

CENTRAL AUSTRALIAN LECTURE Mr. Michael Terry win give an illus- trated [?] in the Railways Institute on Friday next on outback Australia. There will be no charge for admission. fcs? a ccJiectJcd wi3 be taken for funds <C the ?xpen committee conducting the oirTwim to combat mfanaie paralysis. Ob Sunday ewecisg a band concert KTxaged by the Cfty Council will be rftca a: Kwipron Park by Thebarton iracjcijaJ Baad. T**> TOoHg-wMe Evangelisation. T^mauar Centre <Adefcude Bible tn srmr*: win eater upon its eighth year <sa itcecsT crcaing. when study classes ?a be lem^cfl at the Y.WjCA, Hini- KxiA-^TOxe. Mr. E. T. L. Austin ?rsa beer: a series of lectures.

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HURRICANE VICTIMS INCLUDE WHITES Later News of Fiji Disaster GREAT PRIVATIONS SUVA, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

HURRICANE VICTIMS INCLUDE WHITES Later News of Fiji Disaster GREAT PRIVATIONS SUVA, February 26. Later news from Fiji confirms the first reports of the great loss of life caused by the worst hurricane ever experienced in the districts of Ba, Lautoka, and Sigatoka. Reports are much belated, as only   since the gales abated have connected stories of the disaster been received.   The hurricane started at noon on Saturday and lasted until 3 pm. on Sunday. In that time many lives were   lost and much damage was done. At Lautoka the bodies of I7 Indians have been identfied. Twenty-three   are missing, and are believed to be dead. In the floods at Ba sixty persons were drowned, including four Euro- peans. There the river rose 40 ft., washing away all the houses on the flats. The Europeans known to have been killed in the hurricane are Mr. Regi nald Rankin. Mr. Watson, a mechanic, recently of Sydney, his wife, and Mrs. W. J. ManselL Mr. W....

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

N.Z. PERPETUAL FORESTS, LTD. ! THE WORLD'S LARGEST COMMERCIAL FORESTRY CO. Mno?ed Share Capital £241339 ' tamt Subscribed for Bonds exceeds £3,500,000 [ Fads Lodced Kith Trustees exceed £520,000 (tneladisg £287,012 Invested In Australian Government securities). j An* p??nt?ji approx. 120,000 acres. ; Bankers: BANK OF NEW ZEALAND and their Agents. Bead Office: giar?T.? BUILDING. MAEGAEET-STREET. SYDNEY. Sole Broken: SMITH, WYLIE & CO., LTD., I HOBWICH CKION BOILDINQ. W ATMODTH-STBEBT. ADELAIDE. Branches: Throughout Australia, New Zealand, and 6t London, Bombay. Slnga- I i pore, Soarabara, Hongkong, Shanghai, and San Francisco. j ——.^—^—^—^— pC74ff:S6 "* S. C. WARD & CO., STOCK, SHARE. AND j INVESTMENT BROKERS ! 30, Grenfell-street, Adelaide. I PM277C S J CRIBBLINC PADS 10/.I OneOrou 18/-: ported 18'- \f^L. HiU . 6/? . 8/6 —'V— Quarter. 5/? . S/- Cob i2??d? tn . a/- aoh Nm Ira (fco? 12 pad, nii. (Mm. I Aov??Tisan PMimna omca , Shipping Notes and Notices ORIFNT LINE r**...

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TELEGRAM FROM MANAGES [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

TELEGRAM FROM MANAGES 6-A. Oil Wells.—February 27:—No. 2 Bore —Reamed out; now standing. No. 3 Bore —Standing vmtll ?Wednesday. No. 4 Bore —Shutting off bottom water. No. c Bore Pumping oil. No. 7 Bore—Depth M 5 ft.. grey marl. Mid-West^-Depth 1.035 fl~ grey marl. Midfield—Depth 1.323 ft, water sand. Well will not be a commer cial oil produo-r; best to abandon. Dehy drating Rant—lnstalling new steam coils.

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SERIAL STORY THE ADVENTURES OF LOUIS DE ROUGEMONT SYNOPSIS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

SERIAL STORY THE ADVENTURES OF LOUIS DE ROUGEMONT SYNOPSIS AS TOLD BY HIMSELF Louis de Rougemont left France when 19 and embarked on the Velelland with Peter jenson at Singapore on a pearling expedition south of New guina Because expedition south of Hew Guinea. Because tne baul was good Jensen stayed too long at sea, and a violent storm swept bis boat.-, and divers away, leaving de Bougemont alc-ne on the VeleUand. Searching for land, he was wrecked on a. tiny island, wnere strange experiences befell him. His sole companion was his dog. Bruno, until a raft, containing a native, his wife, and two Doys, drifts on the sandbank. After some months they all escape in the boat. de Bougemont has built, and the Island dis appears from view. A cruise among tropi cal Islands Is followed by a landing on the mainland, where the party is received with great excitement and lrlendllness by the aborigines. He marries a native girl, and. In accordance with a tribal practice, exchanges her for Yamba, ...

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ANSWERS TO RADIO QUESTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

ANSWERS TO RADIO QUESTIONS "Exide," Loxton, works a three-valve Cossor set. in conjunction with a Philips's B eliminator, and an Amphon speaker, but the reproduction is muffled —This combination should work very well, and it looks as if the D.C. supply is giving the valves a trifle more volt age than they require. To correct this either increase the negative grid bias or include in the plate lead a resistance to drop the voltage. One of 10,000 I ohms should prove suitable, j "CJj.," Clarendon, has a few ques j tions.—(l) Would a two-valve circuit, t using a pentode in the last stage, be as 1 powerful as three-valve using three electrode valves, and, vrdd it be ' cheaper to run? —Depend \:!£ largely up on the step up in voltage ? gained by the transformers and the valves used. 'The three would be slightly more powerful, but not cheaper to run. (2) What size np-u&alising condenser is necessary to neutralise an A 409—A midget condenser of .000025 capacity. :3. Yes; the name you...

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Monetary and Commercial AUSTRALIAN STOCKS LONDON ADVANCE MAINTAINED [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

Monetary and Commercial AUSTRALIAN STOCKS LONDON ADVANCE MAINTAINED (By the City Editor) The cable news during the past few days respecting the market for Aus tralian stocks in London has been most satisfactory, and the quotations on TJinrscay siioired that the improvement eJ earlier in. the week had been main tained. Commonwealth 5 per cent. 1915-75 shoved an advance on the -week of 17 5' to £71 5/, and the 6 per cent. 1931-41 £S to £77 10/. All the States' stocks benefited by the upward turn, as ?3I be seen by the fun list of move asents vhlch follows, the chief ad vances betas recorded by New South Wales. TbR prices given make pleasant xesdbK when compared with the pre- Ttoas week, -when declines were shows tor uncdcaQr all stocks, n was then difficult to understand the reason for so naited & fall, while it is just as (EOcolt this week to give reasons for ttte strong advance. There seems to be an opinion in some Investmir circles in Lonoon that Aus tratiaa stocks have bee...

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CHICAGO WHEAT LARGE QUANTITIES TO BE EXPORTED CHICAGO, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

CHICAGO WHEAT LARGE QUANTITIES TO BE EXPORTED CHICAGO, February 26. The Chicago Grain Stabilisation Cor- poration announced on Thursday that not more than 35.000.000 bushels of wheat would be exported during the nest four months to make way for the storage of the 1931 i crop. The corporation president (Mr. George Mllner) said the wheat would not be ] offered at lower pricss than these of other principal exporting countries, taking into account the customary difference for grades and quality. LONDON BUTTER MARKET Messrs. W. Weddel & Co. (Aust.). Pty- Ltd- advise having received & cable from their London oflice as under:—"London fair enquiry. Australian choicest salted! butter, 121/, 123/: Australain choicest un-j salted butter. 125/; Australian first prade salted butter, 120/; Australian first grade unsalted butter. 124/; Australian second! grade salted butter, 118/: Australian second grade unsalted butter. 121/." DAIRY PRODUCE Bates for all grades of butter were stea...

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MEDICAL INSPECTION IN THE SCHOOLS WORK OF DR. HALLEY [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

MEDICAL INSPECTION IN THE SCHOOLS WORK OF DR. HALLEY Dr. Gertrude Halley, who will retire from the Education Department next month, was the first full-time medical inspector of schools in the Common- wealth. Her first appointment as medical inspector of schools was in Tasmania in 1905, then lor some year? she lectured on school hygiene in the Sydney Teachers* College, and on infant welfare to the girls in the upper classes of the schools in New South; Wales. j Full enquiries into the value of her! branch of school work was made by the South Australian Royal Commis sion of Education, and Tw?vK'*f>i in-1 specHon was in- j augurated in this State in 1913. Dr. j Halley spent a strenuous 12 years as the only medical officer, but in 1925 a triMjic"! branch j was established, with Dr. Halley as its head. Her assistants were Drs. Dorothy Grant, Pucfcey. Clement, and Pellew. and four dentists, four nurses, and dental assistants. Owing to financial stress. re-nDpoint rnents nave not been m...

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Hubbub Corner [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

<p^^^\ [?]leave the Wise to Wrangle and with The Quarrel of the Universe let be; And in some corner of the Hubbub concluded, By C. Khangan Mekr Game of that which makes as muck c.j Thee. Oser sixty years ago a little girl.at Ti>prt?y Victoria, listened, and was ln snired tor a gotten whistler singing in the dawn. She died this week hi Syd- UM- owned as the world's greatest si^erTHere is C. J. Dennis's tribute Bora to the sun and smiling skies, And bird-*mgs to the morning flung. To jasoosness that never dies In itesavs tha; stay for ever young— Teas here, beneath the shining trees, Ste paused to learn the magic rune Of those unlabored ecstaries Thai keep a weary world to time. TS* fsxey fh?* fluting by the nest, T^goMen\rnistiertrilling high- Their gifts she captured and expressed la magic notes that may not die. Tben to the old, grey world she gave, EraltinglT, at Art's command, in sous ttoat live beyond the grave, Berxnesssge from a bright, young WRh steer ctnberance...

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POLITICAL PERSONALITIES No. 2—J. A. Lyons. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

POLITICAL PERSONALITIES No. 2—J. A. Lyons. By C.J. Dennis They said, "He is an honest man, J-A." And I believed; knowing full well that they Had evidence of unpretentious worth That proved him, past all doubt ing, salt of earth— An honorable foe, a trusty friend Who cleaved to duty to the bitter end. Yet, seeing him, I marked a subtle change, Made patent by a mannerism strange— A swift, sharp glance across the shoulder thrown, As if he greatly feared to walk alone. And, ever as he went, his gaze turned back, Seeming alert for treacherous at- tack. They said, "He is a humble man, J.A., A simple man who treads the simple way." And I believed them; for I'd seen him throw Preferment, power, place aside, and go Into retirement quietly, there to make A greater name, who served for honor's sake. Again I marked that glance of nervous fear, That wary, watchful mien, and deemed it queer That he, who many a fierce at- tack had burked, Should seem to fear that secret menace lurked Even within t...

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BELIEVED LOST IN CENTRAL AUST. Gold Expedition Leader Unheard of for Months DANGERS OF THE INTERIOR [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

BELIEVED LOST IN CENTRAL AUST. Gold Expedition Leader Unheard of for Months DANGERS OF THE INTERIOR It is feared that Mr. Bell Las- setter, leader of the Central Aus- tralia Gold Exploration Expedition, has died in the far interior. More than four months ago Mr. Lassetter left Alice Springs with two untrained camels and a month's supply of food, and nothing has been heard of him since. An ominous sign is that no reports have been received from aborigines in Central Australia of hav- ing seen a white man with camels. This news was brought to Adelaide by Mr. Philip Taylor, who was ground engineer to the expedition, camel leader, and lorry driver. He arrived from Alice Springs last night. Having been in Central Australia for two years on exploration work, Mr. Taylor knows the country thoroughly. He has wandered over huge areas of Australia that few men have ever   visited. On one trip for the expedi- tion he drove a lorry 1,500 miles due west from Alice Springs, over the W...

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

4Oyears the world's favorite v 'hasn't scratched yet' ? 1 A handy helper in two handy forms . . . . For your convenience, Bon Ami is made in two handy forms — Cake and Powder. Both are made of the same soft, odorless and scratchless ingredients. Yon'U find many uses for both — cleaning and polish* ing your bath, tiling, linoleum, windows, mirrors, etc. And remember, Bon Ami does not scratch the eurfeee it deans— does not redden your hands— yet /*'^\k it cleans and polishes in a flash. w^ ^^W ^rBB i» MBmBB Hamhscratchedyet! H p^ =3 ^lljiLlJJj^ 'I~° ^k y°u to prefer inferior home j|i m \\U | ? Illfir^^^ products to superior imported, on the || ft V^pfcra^i/ ground of patriotism, would be an g M k^» B^x «^J attempt to exploit your earnest desire li W J^fi^ihf/ to ^P ^ceeP y°ur country's fa&ories % [ M ^m I win fully manned; but REX fish pastes § ^P -Uy^AJ- are nO( inferior. We have spared no i| H effort to make them more than equal ||j || in quality to the best imported. You !|...

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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS Answers to general questions win be published in 'The Advertiser' dally. Other answers will appear as follow: — Motoring, Tuesdays; recipes, Tues days and Wednesdays; medical, Wed nesdays; Farmers' Information Service, Thursdays; sportine, Fridays; wireless. Saturdays. 'Enquirer,' Geranium. — The name was John William Moore. 'Enquirer.' Willowie.— In tills definition! the term 'improvements' means houses ' and buildings, fixtures, or otter butldm? j improvements of any kind whatsoever, fences, bridges, roads, tanks, wells, dams, fruit trees, bushes, shrubs, or other plants. ' whether planted or sown for trade or ot.ln.-r : purposes, draining of land, ringbarkin?. ' clearing from timber or scrub, and any other visible improvements, the benefit of which is unexhausted at the time of valua- j 'Constant Reader,'* Delemere. — A fles- j tltute person may apply for rations at tac j office at tlie Children's Welfare and Public . Belief Department. Klntore-avenne. c...

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AT THE SOCIETY OF ARTS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

AT THE SOCIETY OF ARTS There was an excellent attendance at the Society of Arts Gallery, North terrace, on Friday afternoon, when Mrs- Lavington Eonython performed the opening ceremony at the exhibition of Hans Heysen's pictures. The samples of his work extended over 35 years. Mr and Mrs. L. A. Howie received the guests. Mrs. Howie was wearing a cocoa-toned ensemble striped with black, and iier hat was a black straw. Mrs. Bonython Looked smart in black georgette, the skirt falling' in graceful points. She wore a turquoise and crystal necklace, and her small black toque was caught at either side with a turquoise brooch. Miss Murray was wearing a black and white confection under a black georgette coat, and her wide brimmed black balibuntal hat had a straw lace brim. Mr. Howie introduced Mrs. Bonython, who made a happy speech relating to the artist and his work. Sir Herbert Piullipps thanked Mrs. Bonython for performing the ceremony. A small charge will be made during the three weeks t...

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GOLDEN WEDDING AT CRYSTAL BROOK [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

GOLDEN WEDDING AT CBVSTAL BROOK The golden anniversary of the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. F. Noll, of Crystal Brook West, was celebrated on Wednesday. February 25. All the members of the family assemo.ed ar Uiu homestead. For fifty years the couple have rc-aid^d at Crystal Erook West, gaining their livelihood iroin the land. Mr. and Mrs. Noll were married at Pinkington's Plains, near Balaklava, in his twenties. Mr Noll was a layman of the Lutheran Church for 25 years. During the afternoon they had the wedding break fast. 60 relatives being present. The usual toasts were bonored in tne ceremony. About 130 persons were present. The evening was spent in games and competitions, with musical items. Those who assisted in the programme were Miss V. Llersch, Miss A. Johns, Mr. G. Wiebusch, and Miss E. Liersch. Mr. F. Nell had charge of the dialc^ues and was M C. There \rer? sev.vi in family, and six survive. Thev are Mrs. F T. Will (Port Piric. Mr. A. F. W. Noll (Rosedalr), Mr. G. A. Nol...

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WEDDINGS WITTWER—MUELLER [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

WEDDINGS WITTWEB— MTJjGLLEE At St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Amble s!de. on February 14. Dora A., eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Mueller, of Ambleslde, was married to Alfred Her bert, fourth son of Mr. and Mrs. 5' A. Wlttwer, of Ambleslde. The Eev. C. F. craua omciateo. The Interior of f-'- cuurch was decorated by friends of the bride. The bride entered the church on the arm of her fattecr to the strains or the 'Wedding March.' The bride was cowned in ivory satin, ankle length. She wore a silver and white veil, forming the tram, and a coronet of orange blossoms, satin shoes, and carried a sheaf of lilv of the valley, with horse-shoes end streamers. The bride was attended by Miss Doris Kelly, who wore green satin, shoes and hat en suite, and carried a sheaf of autumn tints. The bride's youngest sister, Eileen, hung a lucky horse-shoe on the bride's arm 'as she left the church. Mrs. Mueller mother of the bride, wore a black celanese frog, with beige hat. Mrs. Wlttwer. mother of t...

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THE RUNDLE STREET PRODUCE MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

THE BUNDLE STBEETT PEODUCE MARKET A. A. Brice & Co- Ltd.. reported on February 27:— Butter.— There Is no altera tion to report to-day In values for butter. The future of the market Is uncertain, due to dcubt In the minds of London buyers concerning the exchange, and a weaker tendency abroad. Consignments cf cream «re keeping up well for so late In the season, and production, although receding, is much above last year at this flme. Choicest quality bulk butter, 1/7% per ib.; second grade bulk butter. 1/5% per Ib. (subject to stabilisation levy); prints and delivery, extra; dairy butter (according to quality). 1/ to 1/1 Ib. Eggs.— There Is strong demand for all eggs fit for retail sale, but a large majority of country for wardlngs can only be absorbed by fcaing manufactured Into pulp. The market re mains steady at the following prices: — Hen eggs. 7I/jd. dozen: duck eggs. S',id. dqren (packed separately); tested and In fertile lots higher. Cheese.— large to loaf, SUd. to 8%d p...

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MR. SNOWDEN WILL CONSIDER ANY SILVER STABILISATION PLANS LONDON, February 27. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

MR. SNOWDEN WIM. CONSIDER ANT SILVER STABILISATION PLANS LONDON, February 27.' The Chancellor of the Exchequer (Mr. Phillip Snowden), answering a question, said he would give careful consideration to any practicable pro posale for the stabilisation of 6ilver submitted, but he thought it would be difficult to deal with silver effectively, except as part of the wider problem of general price stabilisation. [The question was apparently in spired by the decisions of the United States Senate enjoining President Hoover to move to stabilise the price of silver. A Senate committee re ported that it was of the opinion that the low price of silver was a cause of the world depression.!

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