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Glenelg's First Defeat in District Cricket PORT ADELAIDE BOWLERS SUCCEED CLOSE FINISH AT KENSINGTON Prospect and West Torrens Win Easily NINTH WICKET STAND SAVES STURT AGAINST ADELAIDE [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931

Glenelg's First Defeat in District Cricket PORT ADELAIDE BOWLERS SUCCEED CLOSE FINISH AT KENSINGTON Prospect and West Torrens Win Easily NINTH WICKET STAND SAVES STURT AGAINST ADELAIDE The most important feature of the cricket matches which were concluded on Saturday was the defeat of Glenelg by Port Adelaide. It was the first reverse sustained by Glenelg this season. The Port Adelaide bowlers proved too strong for the opposing batsmen and the seaport team won by a wide margin. West Torrens also bad little difficulty in defeating Colts, and riospect easily accounted for University. ' At Kensington, however, the finish proved exciting, the home team succeeding in a race for runs against time. At Unley a i Jnely stand for the ninth wicket saved Start from defeat at the hands of Adelaide. The tenth series resulted:— Glenelg Oval—Pott Adelaide, seven (dec.) for 334, and one for 62, d. Cle nelg. 142. University Oval—Prospect, six (dec.) for 364, and one for IS, d. University, 214. HinHma...

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S.A. Wins Kelly Shield: Photographs of Kumorna Murder Victims: Tennis Tourney Semi-Finals [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931

S.A. Wins Kelly Shield: Photographs of Kumorna Murder Victims: Tennis Tourney Semi-Finals SOUTH AUSTRALIA yesterday won the Archbishop Kelly shield, presented for competition between Catholic tennis teams. W. West- hoven and J. Mitchell (Western Australia) congratulate B. Kinnane and F. Grouch (South Australia) on a victory. RATHEB DULL yesterday for the beach, but this party waited for the Henley tram with pleasurable an ticipation of seaside joy. SEMI-FINALS WERE BEACHED in the Hyde Park tournament yesterday. The large nictate shows a section of the gallery watching the mixed doubles events. On the right is TomboU, who won his semi final in the singles against Qnist. The inset is of Harvey in action in the men's doubles.

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LAND and PRODUCER LAND OF THE VINE AND INDUSTRY ANGASTON HAS ITS UPS AND DOWNS By MURRACURRA [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931

LAND and PRODUCER LAND OF THE VINE AND INDUSTRY ANGASTON HAS ITS UPS AND DOWNS By MURRACURRA Travelling in the train to the An- gaston Show on Saturday, I noticed how sickly some of the vineyards looked between Lyndoch and the ter- minus of the line. When 1 met Mr. S. Hill-Smith, of Yalumba, at the Angas Recreation Park, he confirmed my im pression by saying that the absence of rain since Christmas had played havoc with the vines, and it was really won derful how they kept going. Some of the growers told me they were still hopeful that the major portion of the wine grape crop would be lifted. It might mean getting lower prices, .but that was better than leaving the bunches on the vines to rot. "Better Than Anywhere Else" Mr. John Dallwitz, ex-president of the show and former district clerk, was darting hither and thither as ground steward to see that everything was in order when I asked him how tilings were shaping in the district. "To tell you the truth," he said, "I think they are...

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The Advertiser and Register ADELAIDE: MONDAY. MARCH 2. 1931. MR. THEODORE AND MR. HILL [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931

The Advertiser and Register ADELAIDE: MONDAY. MARCH 2. 1931. MR. THEODORE AND MR. HILL Mr. Theodore's eagerness to have direct resort to the printing press, has surprised no one. He has tried every- thing else—always excepting the one rational and honest course of adminis trative economy. He has schemed to debase the currency under cover of "price stabilisation" and "the release of credits," and thus to develop a policy of carefully concealed inflation; and nothing but the complete failure of these disingenuous proposals could have forced him to come a little fur ther into the open, to declare for "con trolled inflation" instead. The in creasingly desperate situation in which the Federal Treasurer finds himself, is sufficiently indicated by his implied admission that he has at last been driven to advocate, in one of its cru dest forms, an economic device which he himself has fittingly described, and fiercely denounced, as "a drug for the worker." Mr. Theodore^ forced march towards t...

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IMPORTED STUD STOCK VALUABLE SHIPMENT ARRIVES Southdown and Suffolk Sheep [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931

IMPORTED STUD STOCK VALUABLE SHIPMENT ARRIVES Southdown and Suffolk Sheep The MataKana,. which reached Port Adelaide on Saturday, from England, brought to the Commonwealth a valu- able shipment of stud cattle, sheep, and pigs, which, in view of the adverse ex change conditions, primage duty end other heavy charges, says much for the enterprise of importers. Included in tbe shipment were sheep for the well-known stud breeders, Messrs E. A. Wilcox and J. Keith Angas. For the former, three South down ewes from the stud of Lady Lud low. one of the best Known T>ip)<sb breeders were landed. All are ex cellent types of this much favored fat lamb producing breed, but one ewe, which secured championship honors at the London Royal Show, Is of outstand ing quality. Evenly set on short legs, she carries a body showing a wonder ful brisket, with nicely turned hams, showing meat down to the hocks. She handles splendidly behind the shoul ders, and her ribs are well sprung and fleshy....

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SUNDAY AMUSEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931

SUNDAY AMUSEMENTS The proper observance of Sunday is an old Question in all English-speaking communities, and the columns of "The Advertiser" of late nave shown that in our own State it is as far from settled as ever. Last week, a miniature golf company at Glenelg was prosecuted and fined for having, without the written consent of the Chief Secretary, as required by the law, opened its links on a Sunday. To the public, the case is chiefly remarkable for the statement elicited from the principal witness, Mr. T. E. Smith, Inspector of Places of Pub lic Entertainment that, in his opinion, there is sufficient reason for bringing under the operation of the Act the municipal golf links, hire tennis courts, and the Zoo, and for requiring the Chief Secretary's consent to their open ing. As the Town Clerk of Adelaide has explained, the claim of the City Council is that its golf links are exempt from legal restraint, and, as President of the Zoological Association, Mr. J. H. Gosse has made th...

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931

PERSONAL The Prince of Wales and Prince George reached Santiago, Chile, on Fri- day night, after an aeroplane flight from Vina del Mar. To-day bis Excellency- the Governor win make an official inspection of Vic tor Harbour. On Thursday, at noon, his Excel lency will open the new City Bridge. Later in the afternoon there will be a meeting of the Boy Scouts' and Girl Guides' committees at Government House in connection with the visit of Lord and Lady Baden-Powell to Ade laide on April 20. In the evening his Excellency will be present at the Boy Scouts' swimming carnival at the City Baths. The Premier (Mr. Hill), the Under- Treasurer (Mr. R. R. Stuckey), and Mr. M. A. F. Pearce (secretary to the Premier), returned from Melbourne on Saturday. Messrs. F. M. wrrMiiinTi and J. A. Lyons, MP.'s, returned by the express from Melbourne on Saturday. Senators M. R. O'Halloran and A. A. Hoare, and Mr. G. E. Yates, M-rLR, left by the Melbourne express on Satur day afternoon. They are returning to ...

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EARL BEAUCHAMP LOVES SYDNEY Hunks Women Are Beautiful and Men Like Old Greeks LONDON, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931

EARL BEAUCHAMP LOVES SYDNEY Hunks Women Are Beautiful and Men Like Old Greeks LONDON, February 28. Karl Beauchamp, who has just re- turned from Australia, where he was formerly Governor of New South Wales, has many interesting observations about Sydney in an article in ths "Empire Review." It is headed "Australia Revisited." and in it he says he fell in love with Sydney all over again because of its still finer houses, still finer streets, new skyline, and bridge, all of which ennance the city. The women are beautiful." he says, "walk well, and are conscious of their One figures. The men are splendid athletes—like old Greek statues—with their skins tanned by the sun and wind. I doubt if any where in the world, there are finer specimens of manhood." Praises Journalism Earl Beauchamp says the standard of journalism had made a decided im provement in the last century. The "Bulletin" was one of the wittiest week lies in the Anglo-Saxon world. The establishment* of the Commonwealth had e...

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SIR OSWALD MOSLEY'S "NEW PARTY" Appeal for 400 Candidates and Funds WANTS WORKSHOP NOT A TALKSHOP LONDON, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931

SIR OSWALD MOSLEY'S "NEW PARTY" Appeal for 400 Candidates and Funds WANTS WORKSHOP NOT A TALKSHOP LONDON, February 28. Sir Oswald Mosley, M.P., who, with three others of his group, re- signed from the British Labor Party this week because they de- ' clared it had done nothing for un employment, has launched an ap peal for 400 candidates as well as funds for the next general elec tion. He has made this appeal on behalf' of his "new par.ty." He says his sup porters are not prepared to continue1 the idle game of politics without an effort to rouse the nation to save itr self from becoming third rate. Sir Oswald announced the formation of the new party in a manifesto in which he emphasises the lack of a national plan to meet the grave in dustrial situation. He condemns the political ma chinery of the old parties which: had reduced Bri- i tain to her pre-i eent plight. He calls to his: aid 6uch mem- i bens of the House of Commons who consider retire- ? ment from poli tics preferable to a...

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CONSERVATIVES DIVIDED Mr. Baldwin's Leadership Causes Misgivings LONDON, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931

CONSERVATIVES DIVIDED Mr. Baldwin's Leadership Causes Misgivings LONDON, March 1. A curious situation has arisen in con- nection with the by-election at St. George's. Westminster, caused by the death of Sir Laming Worthington- Evans. St. George's te regarded as one of the safest Conservative seats in the country. Sir Ernest Petter, president of the British Engineers' Association, and 8 life-long Conservative, has stepped in as an Independent Conservative, sup ported by the Bothermere press, before the official Conservative candidate has been chosen. He says he believes that Mr. Stanley Baldwin's leadership has been disastrous to the party. la the meantime. Colonel J. T. C. Moore-Brabazon, whose name has been mentioned in connection with the offi cial candidature, has sent a letter to the local Conservative Association, with drawing his name as he, too, has mis givings regarding Mr. Baldwin's leader ship. He says he cannot allow him self to be manoeuvred into pleading a cause with wh...

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STURT AVERTS DEFEAT Colt Batsmen Save Team [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931

STURT AVERTS DEFEAT Colt Batsmen Save Team Horsell and Bradsbaw. two former col- lege players, saved Sturt from defeat by Adelaide at the Unley OvaL Wickets were falling rapidly before the Adelaide bowlers, Sharpe and Jailer, and half an hour remained to play when Honsell went In to bat, with the score at eight for 247. In reply to Adelaide's 352. He and Bradsbaw played out time, thus forcing e. draw. Adelaide, resuming Its Innings at the start of the day* play, added 72 runs for the last two wickets, Sharpe making top score for bis team. Hutton, L. S. Walsh, and Gould batted well for Sturt. but with the exception of the part nership 6T Bradshaw and Hbreell, received little support from the remainder of the team. Scores — ADELAIDE A. J. Ryan, c N. H. Hutton, b. Hablch 48 B. CTOeUiy. Lb.w.. b. Hutton .. .... 69 S. R. Jaffer, c E. R. Hutton, b. Button J6 D. V. Klngsley. c Gould, b. Hablch .. 0 V. Yen, c. N. H. Hutton. b. Laycock .. 13 W. Chandler, b. Hablch 16 J. McCartln, b. Laycock ...

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RACE AGAINST TIME Kensington' Last-Minute Victory [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931

RACE AGAINST TIME Kensington' Last-Minute Victory Owing to the fast scoring of Pellew and Moyle, Kensington secured an exciting last-minute victory over East Torrens in the match at the Kensington Oval. With less than an hour to play the home side bad 100 to make, and within 15 minutes of stumps they were 30 runs behind. Pellew, after batting steadily earlier in the after noon, opened out, and with Moyie gave an enterprising display. He was dismissed In the last lew minutes of the game. Pel lew"a total at 88. which was compiled m 124 minutes. Included 10 fours. The Ken sington twningn was opened by K. A. John son and A. Roberts, the former scoring 100 In 154 minutes. E. L. Bowley was an other to bat well, his total at 84, which was compiled In 98 minutes. Including 13 lours. Scores:— EAST TOBBENS W. Hm-Smita. c Fackham. b. Shepley 4 C. A. Adams, c Johnson, b. Shepley .. 9 J. S. Palmer, c Shepley. b. Jamleson . 139 J. M. Slgglns, b. Loverldge 68 E. W. Brauer. c. Moyle. b. Stirling .....

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NO DEPRESSION IN KALGOpRLIE "GOLO WILL SAVE AUSTRALIA" PRODUCTION FIGURES [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931

NO DEPRESSION IN KALGOpRLIE "GOLO WILL SAVE AUSTRALIA" PRODUCTION FIGURES Mr. J. Thomson, a well-known mining authority and formerly a member of the Western Aus- tralian Parliament, who came to Adelaide on Saturday, said Kalgoorlie was the one place in Australia not affected by the depression. Business people in the mining capi tal, said Mr. Thomson, had told him recently that trade was better now than it had been for years. "There is not an empty house hi Kal goorlie. and a fair number of dwellings are being built," he added. This state of affairs is partly due to the gold bonus and partly to the new—and cheaper—method of ore treatment. Renewed Activity in Industry "During the last great depression in Australia gold saved the situation; it will do the same again, and very soon. Renewed activity on the goldfields will cause an increase in production of 50,000 oz. a month (luring the next twelve months, and in less than two years the increase of production wil! be at least 100,000 oz...

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B GRADE [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931

B GRADE The outstanding performance In B grade on Saturday was the ?Hcmi?a?i of the Uni versity team for 87 by the Teachers' Col lege bowlers. Apart from Newman (25) and Burfleld (19) none of the University batsmen reached double figures. C. Twartz returned the remarkable figures of four wickets for six runs. Red Section UNIVEBSITY V TEACHERS' COLLEGE (At Jubilee Oval) Teachers' College,—C. James, b. Sykes. 21; M. Rldgway, b. Pellew. 6; B. Nettle. 1.b.w., b Sykes. 34; R. Walter, run cut. 3; K. Barter, c. O'Connor, b. Habit), 19; H. Watson 1-b.w.. b. Sykes. 27; L. Wachtel, run out 0; J. GoMlng. not out. 65; W. Fisher, 1.b.w.. b Hablb. 11: R. Uren. L3.w, b. Newman. 14; C. W. Twartz. not out, 20; sundries. 17; total (fnr nine pickets, dec.). 237. Bawling.—Uhlnnery, none for 17; Pellew. one for 30: Ne-vman, one for 44; Sykes. three for 59; Glbbs. none for 46; Hablb. two for 19; Buraeld, none for 9. University.—First Tnnlngs—Glbbe, IJi.w, b. Barter. 2; Jolley. c Barter, b. Nettle, S; Sch...

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ATHLETICS Exciting Finishes at Plympton [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931

ATHLETICS Exciting Finishes at Plympton The entries for the events at the Piymp- ton Athletic Club's sixth annual cup meeting on Saturday constituted a record, totalling over 1.50. There were 50 in the 100 yards, necessitating many heats. The final was won by H. Wallace in an excit ing finish with R. Duncliffe and E. Lange. Equally interesting was the 220 yards, in which R. Treleaven. from tbe 9 yard mark, broke through after a number of minor placlngs with a smart perform ance of 22 4-5 sec. The winner accounted for E. Lange and H_ Toms. The women's walk was won by a few yards by D. Wilt shire from Miss Pierce. Originally placed second and third respectively. Misses D. Shields and P. Hicks were disqualified for transgressing the rules of walking. In the evening a social was held at the local hall, at which championship certifi cates and trophies won during the after noon were distributed. Results: — 100 Yards.—-First heat—R. Miller (6), won by two feet: time, 10 2-5 sec. Second hea...

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BRITISH FOOTBALL THE LEAGUE [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931

BRITISH FOOTBALL THE LEAGUE First Division—Aston Villa 4. Leicester City 2; Bolton Wanderers 1, Blackburn Rovers 1: Chelsea v. Birmingham (not played); Grimsby Town 3, Manchester City played); Grimsby Town 3, Manchester City 5: Huddesfield Town v. Sunderland (not played); Liverpool S, Blackpool 2: Manches ter United v. Portsmouth (postponed); Middle-rough S, Leeds United 0: Newcastle United 1. Sheffield United 0: Sheffield Wed nesday v. Derby County (postponed); West Ham United 2. Arsenal 4. Second Division.—Bradford 1. Bradford City 2; Burnley 2, Plymouth Argyle 2; Mill wall 4, Barnsley 1; Nottingham Forest 3, Cardiff City 1: Oldham Athletic 1, Bristol City 3; Preston North End 3. Bury 0: Reading v. West Bromwlch Athletic (not played); Southampton 1. Swansea Town 2; Stoke City 0, Chariton Athletic 0; Totten ham Hotspurs v. Everton (not played): Wolverhampton Wanderers v. Port Vale (not played). Third Division (southern section).—Brent ford 6. Walsall 1; Brighton and Hove Al bion 2,...

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AUSTRALIA'S SYMPATHY Mr. Scullin Sends Cablegram Canberra, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931

AUSTRALIA'S SYMPATHY Mr. Scullin Sends Cablegram Canberra, March 1. The Prime Minister (Mr. Scullin) has sent the following cable message to the Governor of Fiji:— "The Commonwealth Government "The Commonwealth Government and the people of Australia are deeply grieved to learn of the serious loss of life caused by the hurricane on the island of Viti Levu. Will you kindly convey to relatives of the victims of the disaster our sincere

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NEW ENGLAND STATE Proposed Formation in Northern N.S.W. STRONG COUNTRY MOVE Sydney, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931

NEW ENGLAND STATE Proposed Formation in Northern N.S.W. STRONG COUNTRY MOVE Sydney, March 1. If the decisions of the New State Conference at Armidale yesterday are carried into effect, northern New South Wales, from the Hun- ter, in the south, and the Darling River, hi the west, will break away from N.S.W. and loyally support a provisional Government of New England. The meeting, which was addressed bj Dr. Earle Page, was the most represen tative of its kind ever held in the north, delegates, in some cases, travelling 300 miles to attend. Dr. Page, before referring to the basis of a constitution for the proposed new State, delivered a vigorous attack on the State Government. He suggested that the people might decide to have a small legislature and pay members a sitting fee for 20 or 30 days a year, fix the amount of taxation at. say. 5 per cent, of the total income of the pro vince, stipuate that total borrowing shall not exceed a definite amount and lay down that no more loans be ar...

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AT LEAST 200 DEATHS FIJI HURRICANE DOES GREAT DAMAGE SUVA, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931

AT LEAST 200 DEATHS FIJI HURRICANE DOES GREAT DAMAGE SUVA, February 28. A terrible night was spent at Ba on February 21. when floods, backed up by the rising tide and wind, washed away many houses. Daylight revealed that only two buildings were left stand ing. The bodies of 70 dead Indians were recovered at the Orasa Indian settle ment, and were buried in one grave. In the sugarcane centre of the Colo nial Sugar Company's properties on the north side of the island Viti Levu,

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OTHER FEATURES TKIS MORNING [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931

OTHER FEATURES TKIS MORNING Page. Answers to Correspondent ... 5 Broadcasting Programmes .... 5 Country Section 13 Page. I Out Among the People 10 Our Obstinate Artist 11 ! Personal 8 Crossword Puzzle 7 General News 10 Illustrations .. 16 Law Courts 5 Leading Articles 8 Monetary and Commercial ... 6 Mickey Mouse 11 New Shows 11 Postal Arrangements 6 Pop 10 Racing and Ollisr Sport . 743.14,15 Serial Stories 5 Shipping 6 Social Notes 12 Views and Comments 12 Weather Map 11 INDEX TO CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Amusements 2.3 Auctions 16 Business Partnerships, &c .. 4 Births, Marriages, and Deaths 8 Board and Residence Vacant .. 4 Board and Residence Wanted .. 4 Business Notices 4 Carriers, &c 2 Cycles 16 Cricket Notices 2 Drapery and Clothing .. .. 4 Dogs, Cats. &c 3 Funeral Notices 4 Govt. Advertisements 3 Hotels and Holidav Resorts .. 4 Houses and Land Wanted .... 3 Houses and Flats Wanted .... 3 Houses and Flats to Let 3 j Houses and Land for Sale ... 3 Hotels ...

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