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HOTEL LICENCE TRANSFERRED [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

HOTEL UCENCE TRANSFERRED The transfer of the license of the Bristol Hotel, Franklin-street, Adelaide, from S. C. Murphy to George M. Annesley and Anna. Underbill, was ap proved by Mr. L. H. rTaslnm, S.M, in the Licensing Court yesterday.

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LICENCE FORFEITED First Case of its Kind [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

LICENCE FORFEITED First Case of its Kind Judgment in the first case of its kind heard in Sauth Australia was given by Mr. L. H. Haslam, S.M., in the Midland licensing Court vesierriav. Winifred Amelia 'White, licensee of the Modbury Hotel, was called on to show why her license should not be for feited. It was alleged that Mrs. White was convicted of an offence against the Licensing Act on March 12, 1931. Her husband had transferred the licence to her, after he had been convicted of offences against the Act on Decem ber 15, 1921, and September 14, 1922. It was contended, therefore, that the licence should be forfeited, as there were three convictions against it. The application was made under sec tion 82 of the Act, which has been in existence since 1908. The section fixes the responsibility of a husband's con victions on the wife, or vice versa, after the transference of the licence. Mr. A. L. Pickering, of the Crown Law Department, appeared for the ap plicant. Edward James Thomas, ...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
POLICE CLASH WITH ENGLISH WORKLESS Baton Charges And Hoses To Break Up March LONDON, October 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

POLICE CLASH WITH ENGLISH WORKLESS Baton Charges And Hoses To Break Up March EoNDON. October 7. Stones and hammers were showered on the police when they intercepted a forbidden procession of Manchester un emtsloved through the streets to the City Hall to form a deputation to the council. Some of the unemployed squatetd on the roadway in imitation of Gandhi's followers, but fire hoses and baton charges soon dispersed the obstructionists. Several mounted police men were pulled off their horses in side streets, but order was speedily restored. ?

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS Answers to medical enquiries will be published weekly in 'The Chronicle.' Answers to general questions will be published in 'The Advertiser' daily. Other answers will appear as follow: — Motoring, Tuesdays; recipes, Tues days and Wednesdays; Fanners' Infor mation Service, Wednesdays; sporting. Fridays; wireless, Saturdays. 'Babbits.' — there are two metnods of treating skins lor fur purposes, one of cur ing with alum and salt, and the other fay tanning with vegetable tanning materials. The first thing to be done Is thoroughly to wash and soften -the skins In deaai I water. Then tiie skins, after softening be t lore tanning, are Immersed In a solution of bark tan liquor for a few days until the tan Is thoroughly struck through the pelt. During tannics the skins are occa eionally lifted out, and fresh liquor of gradually Increasing strength Is used. After tanning the skins are dried out, sur plus flesh Is removed, and then worked and softened. A light coat of...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WARNS AGAINST HEADACHE CURES Bayer Aspirin Harmless, But it Must be Genuine [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

WARNS AGAINST HEADACHE CURES Bayer Aspirin Harmless, But it Must be Genuine Since Bayer discovered Aspirin and introduced it to the medical profession ' in 1900, many imitations of this origini- ! nal ?rpniiirm A.^nirin are beinff sold, seme I as Aspirin and others are being i loudly advertised under similar names, but unless you see the name Bayer on ] tablets, you are noi getting the genuiae Bayer Aspirin prescribed by physicians i for over 25 years as a harmless way to ( stop headaches. j When you suffer headache, from any j cause, or you feel nervous, unstrung, or excitable, be sure you take only genuine Bayer Aspirin tablets as directed in package, and relief will come without any bad reaction. Bayer Aspirin never affects the heart, deranges the stomach, or forms a habit: besides, this genuine Bayer Aspirin costs no more than these uncertain substi tutes and imitations which no physician would think of prescribing. All clvemiE'.s sell boxas containing 12 Bayer Asiprin tablets, ...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

^ii«iiNPii^f .^yiiTOHA m I|||^^V I WJtiTKMW COURT. ')» A - -S wj^^l^^/HSmart Bucl-le. Spite H aM / ' ^B^ss^HassssW^S^^!iee^^enUl^e Hyfl^ '^ 3 ~2 pretw mmsm/M kib and j v^Jmm i ^IC^fct^V I SJtWifi COTICT 'B^ Jljj fashions Latest w ^ \l^ ^^HIH THBOAl J^^ ? _ ^ 'Kb jean of T3* ndi double TLB. inftcti^E^ JMHHMB^H unable to walk for swollen feet dne to ? heart wedkw ilSs ^^^^^^^^B — fonr stone underweight— aa bad aa it was poaaSsiT'^ Wm and stfll be alive.' ^llli .^Bjsji ^BjjBfjBMw Sw&mu&e&i&tin mjatk mmH-fmoam Ascot V-Oei\ ?ffiWk ^^Bjrj^fftvjaH To-day he writes: 'I am completely cared of 4-d kS|lf ^?bw bbbbbF pulmonary T.B. and TJS. of .the spine. I am:fb»«Sig||| Mto my original weight and fed better than I eretjJ&p^ in my life. Almost every resident of Ascot Vaklw|»||g of my wonderful recovery, * ^gBKl^^W'Wm ' which is regarded by diem j/^^^^SmM^W S Name ra application. i§^HfPSB^^ Urn's E&mUon it the greatest fi^^Kfe^H^KSf sssssfl fllsssl...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LAMBS FROM PORT LINCOLN Trial Shipment Arrives by Minnipa [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

LAMBS FROM PORT LINCOLN Trial Shipment Arrives by Minnipa A trial shipment of 430 frozen lambs from the Government Freezing Works at Port Lincoln, arrived at Port Ade laide yesterday by the coastal motor-, ship Minnipa for dispatch overseas. - According to reports received at Port Adelaide, there is not a sufficient num -er of lambs in storage at Port Lincoln to warrant an overseas vessel railing there, so the present shipment is being made to test the efficiency of shipping the meat through the main seaport. Soon after the arrival of the Minnipa yesterday the lambs were removed from the refrigerated chambers of the vessel gnri carted to the Government Fxeermg Works at Ocean Steamers Wbait, where they will be stored until etttf next week. Several overseas ships catering tor refrigerated cargoes §n due within the next few days, and the lambs win be transferred to one fit them. Large diipmentB, treated at ae local plant, win also be shipped next week. - v . ?

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Successful Coping With Black Disease In Sheep Canberra, October 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

Successful Coping With Black Disease In Sheep Canberra. October 8. Advice received by tbe Government from tbe Tasmanlaa -Farmers, Stock owners, and Orchardists1 Association, indicates that the woA of the Coun cil for Scientific and Industrial Be search In connection with black diaeaae in cheep will save the pastoral tadns fay of Tasmania £100,000. - ,

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A.J.C. (RANDWICK) [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

A.J.C. (RANDWICK) 12.15 (AdetaMp time)- CAKONBlHnr STAKES For two-year-olds. Of £400. Fare furlongs st. lb. et lb. Apparel .... 8 5 lOlantheon _ g 5 Serablte .. .. 8 5 Kuvera .... 8 5 Renowned .. 8 SMawson ...85 Dark Chief .. 8 5 Lady Sllvlus . 8 0 Pocket Money 8 5 May Morn . . 8 0 Moador .. .. 8 5 High MoUy ..8 0 Begal Son ..8 5 HIGH MOLLY ? 1 DARK CHIEF ? 2 SEHABITE ? 3 12.50— OTAVERLEY HANDICAP One mile and three-quarters Vellmond .... 9 12 Black Douglas . 7 2 Concentrate .. 9 9 Salvador .... 6 12 Strength . . . . 8 13 Sackbut .... 67 First Acre.. .. 8 7 Maurice Bede _ 6 7 Talkie ? 7 6 Grand March .67 PhUUpIc . . . . 7 2 CONCENTRATE ? 1 VEtLAfOND ? 2 BLACK DOUGLAS ? 3 1.45— BOWLING STEEPLECHASE About two and a quarter miles Gadray .. .. 11 1 ChatEWOod -.9 8 Burraf orm . . 10 9 Scottish March 9 S Coneooia .. ..10 3Bagatzky .... 9 0 GADBAY ? 1 CONGOOLA ? 2 BrjKBAPOBM ? 3 220— CHESTER HANDICAP Six furlongs Merab . ... II IChemosh .... 9 2 Green Sea . . 10 11 Gold Day ... 9 1 Casque ...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Canberra Hotel Turned Into Soldiers' Club Canberra, October 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

Canberra Hotel Turned Into Soldiers' Club Canberra. October 8. A two years' lease of the Hotel Ainslie. at a weekly rental of £15. has bepn granted to the Returned Soldiers' Club by the Home Affairs Department. The club is to be run on a residen :ial basis, and the soldiers' organisa tion has accepted the responsibility of keeping the building and grounds in order. By leasing the hotel, which has been ! closed for three years, the Government will gain £1500 a year, as maintenance charges, while it was unoccupied totalled £520 yearly. ' Mr. Blakeley said tonight that the ?old:r-rs' executive had sought a ton ywrs' 1p?=p. Ir't the Government had no: agreed to this, in view of the pros pective transfers of other departmente to Cannerm, J

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

? ^ ? ^.— — ^^ In Step With The Times We have pat all our skill into solving . the r^ 'N. problem of Economical Tailoring and — have fe J XLfQtTP succeeded. The values offered in this ad- M^^*—l^ ***w»fa- verttsement bear tvitness to our Expert sum- ja^SaggMfe^/N POR. nung up of the economic conditions **^8M$£j~ T-JP^ DATTFDM4 *^^^^ ^Bm ^^^?H ^^^^K ^r^^^H ^^^. ?Hv/ M * J\k 1 ^ \ j^S vHh RsSfl f ^^m. UF/7 Jvsfy-^K I V.1 ^^B Or vB ^V wall Jf/ft /Wk \ Today WILUAMS THE TAILOR lead- in ? 1 W^^l^k 1 outstanding values in Made-to-Measure Suits. ^f\j-fe''^jH*Ji^ 1 Williams The Tailor offers a big selection /%^& \^B %W\ rfrWjfB^^ ^F of the most reliable fast dye Indigo Serges, ^ifLdi W m? ?e&&Br ^F Svaranteed absolutely nwfadable. Also Wor- ^^^HM^v -::%0W *^W steds and Tweeds in the newest designs. al^V^^. gT ^**mT * Cut and Fit guaranteed. k^V ^^V ~l£3s\ €?? ^^ Vp / Jl \9 Service Suits, as their name indicates, are / JlzaKi& \iK. \«^1 ready for service— the ...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CLUB FOR AMATEUR SPORTSMEN Long Search For Licence [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

CLUB FOB AMATEUR SPORTSMEN Long Search For licence Last week the Amateur Sports Asso ciation. obtained an option over the rooms of a club on North-terrace which is disbanding, and ended a long chase for a liquor bar licence, without 'which it was felt tbe establishment of a club for amateur sportsmen— one of the principal objects of the association— could not be made a ^npT'-in1 success. The ground work, having been covered, the association is going ahead with the formation of the club, which will be opened on January 1, 1332. It will be open to all amateur sports men, and, in addition to being used as a medium for the development of a community spirit amongst members of offiiigj-j-d bodies, will serve as a place of entertainment for visiting inter State teams of all branches of sport, and for honing team trophies. There are similar clubs in the eastern States. The association was formed last year for the primary purpose of banding to gether all amateur sports associations. The Athl...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WEATHER MAP [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

WEATHER MAP In. the above map the isobars or fines of equal bapometer pressure an SJWM, - the values being indicated by the figmcei at tie «a4 of eacft line; m denote! nH»- bar. Direction of the -wind is shown by arrows flying -with the win&r-jjght LutM. : 'v. ^ ; moderate breeze, ^~^^^^ « etrong oreese, j^^^~—^ « -~ galej ^-JJ j ? o represents calm. The state of tbe sea. is mbawa by die lettae '. S (smooth). M (moderate). E {nragh). V E (very rough}. X indicates win fcu . fallen. FORECAST Ossued at 9 p Jn, Thursday) : — Chiefly unsettled, with : further scattered rain and thunder. Variable winds, later veering to .- , cool soutnernes from the westward. .. *--'

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BAROMETER AND THERMOMETER READINGS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

BAROMETER AND THERMOMETER BEADDTGS ? rbermometex 75.8 Maximum Shade. Oct. 7 ..79.6 6 .. 8945 S .. 73.9 4 .. 63.1 3 .. S8.8 2 .. 62.7 1 .. 72.4 Sent. Deg j 30 .. 634 ' 29 .. 64.0 23 .. 81 I 27 .. 67.8 ' 26 .. 61.9 25 ..67.7 24 .. 63.1 23 ? 73.7 22 .. 80.1 21 .. 66.6 21 .. 66.0 20 . 81.0 j 19 693 IBB ADVEBTISEB BAROMETER. October S, 3 ejn. Time. Weficesdij-. TUay. 3 aon. 23.77 29S2 9 a-m. 2952 2955 3 p.m_ 29.83 29.S2 9 p.m. 29.90 29.84

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CLAIM FOR WAGES [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

CLAIM FOR WAGES Before Mr. L. H. Haslam, S.M., in | the Adelaide Local Court yesterday, Gordon Victor Cohen, of Lefevre-ter- I race, Nailsworth. proceeded against I Reynolds' Lightning Services, of Main North-road, Nailsworth. for £66, al leged to be arrears of wages. The company pleaded not indebted, and that Cohen's employment had been terminated on June 1. They paid into court £4 17/, which they con tended was sufficient to satisfy Cohen's claim, with costs. Mr. E. J. C. Hogan appeared for Cohen, and Mr. W. A. Wynes, with Mr. D. Menzies, for the company. The hearing was adjourned until this morning.

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PHASES OF THE MOON [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

PHASES OP TBE MOON New moon. October 11. First quarter. October 18. Full moon, October 26. Last quarter November 3.

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Extensive Rainfall in W.A. Perth, October 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

Extensive Rainfall in'W.A. Perth. October 8. Another extensive rainfall was re ported up to 9 a~m., today, extending from Geraldton to Esperance an-i in land to Southern Cross. Coastal gaue lnss ransed irn to R3 noi-nts Although lighter inland, the rains emphasised the beneficial character of the fall over the greater par t of the wheat belt, more especially the main eastern districts, where few stations to talled less than quarter of an inch for the three days, and several doubled that amount.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TWO YOUNG MEN FINED [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

TWO YOUNG MEN FINED Roy Norman McMillan and Edward Talbot, two Rosewater youths, were charged, before Mr. G. W Halcombe, S.M.. in the Port Adelaide Police court yesterday, with having had a quantity of wheat unlawfully in their possession. They pleaded guilty. Inspector Noblet said that Plain clothes-Constebles Mitchell and Suther land saw the defendants in Baker street, Dockvilie, on Wednesday night. When they noticed the officers they ran away, but were captured and ar rested. Each defendant was fined £1, with 15/ costs; in default, ten days' impri sonment.

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PROSPECT SCHOOL Success Of Gala Week [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

PROSPECT SCHOOL Success Of Gala Week The gala week at the Prospect Mb-. lie School, to celebrate ten yean of progress since the school's inception, has proved a great success. The week was organised by the school committee, comprising 2fr. J. Sharley (^ptfiw—), Mrs. Steefe (treasurer). Ma. Blake, Messrs. Miller, Newberry. and Menctet, and Mr. H. C. Meadows (secretary). Beginning with a parents' nlgU -B Monday, the week was officially opened by Mr. Wame, Mjp_ and over4W people attended. On Taesdaytheeaetae ana bridge social was largely attended, and the following night there was a social and dance at the school. last night a concert in file Prospect HaU was given by the old scholars and to night there will be a children's frolic in the same nail. Tomorrow the week will end with, a pet show at the school Prospect School was officially opened by Kir. Denton in 192L During the first fortnight 491 children enrolled. The following February the number was 620, and in 1930 the school was ra...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LIFE OF POLICE ESCORT Worries And Dangers [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

LIFE OF POLICE ESCORT Worries And Dangers 'Looking after prisoners is a respon sible job, but it is all hi the days work,' said the Controller of Prisons (Mr. H. E. Whittle) yesterday. He was not referring to the manifold wor ries of his present work, but looking back on days when the conduct of prisoners from State to State fen within the scope of his work as s police officer. 'The work does not come within the duties of the prison staff,' he said, 'so I have practically nothing to do with it now, but I can remember when I did. Extra pay for it? No such luck; it's just part of the day's work; but you have to realise that if you let a prisoner escape you risk your job, un less you've got a jolly good excuse.' 'I have taken a good number of men from one State to another, and in most cases I got on all right. If a prisoner realises that he will be treated as he deserves, and that a well behaved prisoner means a comfortable triD. it is plain sailing. It is not safe to trust these peopl...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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