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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

MILLER ANDERSONS RETAIN THEIR INDIVIDUALITY With Lower^ y^0i' ??'?'' Priced ttjioods ;;S:'P :t-:it.--,!'.:3:S-5i::-;::f;;-'ji\ -^^^^K^ii^PH^^^Sfefe [?] Indulge your taste for pretty Frocks, and be Economical at the same time. Shantung Silk Frocks are the vogue this Season. Delightful Types, Beautiful New Colorings HMP^JflH There's always something^W^^^^ f^Cl^B^H new, chic, and interesting B^ JT^^j^^^^flH in the Costume Department H0«^H^^^|Kj^^H at Miller Andersons . . . and hS^H|^h^KAhHH always something moderate Wt^^^^^^rm^^^nB^ in price. Consider these W^^yA BUB J^H two frocks — note th^^BFA HH^^^B^^H smartness and their quality WSF ^ 'V^flm — then contemplate their HmHR B» ^^^^^^H very modest cost. ??^?^?^?????flHB The two Summer Washing Frocks illustrated are fashioned in Shantung Silk, featuring pleats, short sleeves, and new styled collars, S.S.W., S.W. fittings, in shades of Orange, Green, lido, Lemon, Rose, and Natural, excellent value at 49/6. Special for Friday, at Miller ...

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

Nervousness is eased and confidence restored by the great nerve and brain food. Fisher's Great Nerve Tonic All Chemist!, and Stores. 2c

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ATHLETICS FOR LABOR DAY Opening of Season Draws Near [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

ATHLETICS FOR LABOR DAY Opening of Season Draws Near By AMATEUR F^iir entries have been received for tbe Labor Day sports at Wavvflle, and the handicaps were adjusted tbis week. The first event, the 100 yards Amateur Handicap, begins at 2 p-m. Colonel Light handicaps have also been arranged, and there are a number of new comers In the women's erents. This car nival extends -over moreine and after noon, but the athletic erents are listed for the early afternoon. Omcials ol the Association will control ttie military three-mile race to be held on Labor Day rccrnine at North Adelaide. The contest will probably start adjacent to Memorial Orlve (south side of Oval). Western Opening v A bumper meeting is anticipated bv the Western Club on the Railway Oval on October 17. The programme includes 100. 220, three-quarter run, one mile walk, to gether with two field games. Entries close over the week-end. Harriers Prepare Headed by the A. W. Mudge Handicap, 75 yards, a varied programme has be?.n...

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

susses %)^i ' * iF^ei ,7/11| Mm CONTRASTING COLORS, I ( Cream and Colored /[A Pleated Skirts TO match '^ BOX end KNIFE 1 Q I §Z HEATS FROM iQ/ \j Mbracaines % ||| 11111 43, RUNDLE-STREET 1OPP CHAS. BUtKS) BRANCH SHOP, 127, RUNDLE-STREET tOPP. HOTEL RICHMOND). F282

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COURSING CENTRES Boom at Mt. Gambier [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

COURSING CENTRES Boom at Mt Gambier By PHOENIX An analysis of tbe past season shows that, in spite of tbe flnan«-i»i depres sion, coursing in South Australia was maintained at a fairly high level. Nevertheless, it was a lean year. Good coursing was provided in the open country and on tie enclosures. Al though in man? cases there was a failing oS in nominations, even at reduced fees, tbe sport was sparkling and tbe spirit of optimism displayed by breeders and trainers indicated the belief that the lowest ebb had been reached, and that the tide was turning for a gradual flow back to normal conditions. Coursing Centres When the boom in coursing was at its height some years ago there were fine en closures, but they proved more than was necessary. Murray Bridga and Kadlna have been Inactive for a couple of seasons, but their places have adequately been filled by the new Mount Gambler Club. With clubs at Plympton, Freeling and Jamestown maintaining full programmes — and cliwTilTtg Is avol...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
EXPERT BILLIARDS Cushion-Before-the-Ball Cannon [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

EXPERT BILLIARDS Cttshion-Before-the-BaU Cannon By KISO L.EVI In previous articles I have dis cussed ensnion-first cannons, in which, with the first object ball a short distance from the cushion. the cue ball has passed between it and the cushion to cannon on to the second object ball. Another kind of cnshion-before-the-baH cannon is illustrated on the diagram be low. Here the first object ball is touch ing the cushion, and consequently the cue ball takes the object ball on the side a*vay from the cushion, and thus, instead of getting behind, it travels away from it and towards another cushion. Cannons of this nature are seldom played by ordinary players, notwith standing that in many cases they are quite simple, and in other instances, although requiring good judgment as to where the cushion must be struck, are less difficult than a cannon by any other stroke. If you set up the position— red ball touching tbe cushion and facing the pyramid spot, and object white 7$ in. from the sid...

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

Professional Notes By VETERAN Coming Fixtures October 14— Labor Day celebrations, Way viHe Oval; Quom Athletic Club; McLaren Vale sports. Wayville Oval Snorts Late entries will be received by K W. Wadham, Gawler-place, until tomorrow. The events open to registered runners are the 130 yds. Sheffield handicap of £4 10/, and half-mile of £1, plus two- thirds of the nomination money. The entrance fee for each race is 1/6. Splendid entries have been received for the opening meet ing for the sprint season. Malcolm Dunn, the State champion, won the Sheffield last year, and wili probably be a starter again. McLaren Vale Carnival One of the most picturesque recreation grounds In South Australia. McLaren Vale oval Is looking its best. The ground is only 25 miles run from the city, a train leaves in the morning and returns in the evening, and the Labor Day spario carnival should be a great success. The McLaren Park Handicap, of 135 yds.. is valued at £3 10/. and le open to all runners resident...

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

BRIDGE AT SEMAPHORE In aid of funds for the Port Ade laide branch of the District Trained Nursing Society and the Port Adelaide Mothers and Babies' Health Associa tion, a bridge party, arranged by the Largs Bay branch of the Mothers and Babies' Health Association, was held in the Semaphore Soldiers' Memorial HaU yesterday afternoon. As the re sult of the effort the societies will benefit to the extent of £4 10/. Mes dames E Pink and E. Tuitt were the prizewinners. The joint secretaries were Mesdames H. Caulfield and R. C. Smith.

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BIG N.S.W. RIFLE MATCHES Leading S.A. Men To Compete RICH PRIZES [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

BIG N.S.W. RIFLE MATCHES Leading S.A. Men To Compete richTrizes By 'TARGET' Tomorrow, at Anzac Range, near Liverpool, the National Sine Associa tion of New South Wales will open its sixty-sixth annual crize meetine. which takes pride of place of all other Australian State fixtnres, because of the amount of money distributed and the number of riflemen competing. This meetine draws the best Inter-State representation, an acknowledement that it i is the premier one in Australia and this I year every State will be well represented, even to distant Western Australia, which will have four competitors; Souih Australian riflemen will not be as numerous as usual but those who will compete should uphold this State's good name, as the little party Includes some brilliant young shots. At the time of writing B. W. Gregory (Semaphore). L. W. Lock (Torrens Valley). J. James (Defence). O. B. Rogers (Adelaide), V. C. Stein (Goodwood United). Eld Cordon (Burra), W. James (Broken Hill), and J. Wlndle ...

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

PILES « Ended WHtontCutttoc «r Sa*|g|| ?Thnnfif*'** of pile mttesscB 4§j£s3 learned ttiat qctcfc ana gennwatagl ^medicine. MdiBtolalng ua Mj| Mn.XMi»n- the cause. ' *~-:JMl2 Boi circulation ot fhe «*&wg5l tower bowd causes piles. 9riH are flabby, tbe bowel mm Wpfrggtfg jrotMtinostdead. To end pflaiSii figgq medicine must be need to 'infel late the ctrenlatlan and sfaeng^jan^a discover a real Internal pile aemBayig He called his preseriptton VtCwBBXM and preecribea tt -for l»Q0O jpattBstsJg with the marveHons record or*ateiafffl in 960 cases, and then derided yjjgfj pte «iJIerer^stoiild_ be mtto-Joj&g VAOOUyiii from tbor own cubsmscs with a rigid money jg^jguanwjgT^^ Dr. leonhardtts prescrJptlan. ^^a^ wonderful record of gneeess jritftjajg this city, and tbe makers inrttt«icr»§ t-ue sufferer to try VACDIOTI\ rsnwg guarantee to xeftmd tiie pmtbase $Bcm it it does not end oil pUe mtayi^isSj

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COMING-OF-AGE PARTY AT PINNAROO. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

COMBJG-OF-AGE PARTY AT PINNAROO. A surprise evening vas tendered to Miss Doris WUllss. of Yarrabvllle. by her Pln aaroo and YarralivUIe friends In tne Yar TiiivUle Methodist Ctairch and supper room. Tne programme included games, competitions vocal and elocutionary items. Miss Wllllss ' was presented with a boxed xylonite manicure set by Mr. W. Summe: ton, who expressed the good wishes of all present Mr C Uoyde responded. The ?ruest was also the recipient of two pretty pink posies— one made by Miss M. Davis fpinnaroo). the other by Mrs. H. J. Ven Blng and presented by Connie Summer tonon behalf of the Sunday-school pupils. A cauliflower bouquet (on behalf or 'The Boys') was presented by Colin Summer ton. The decorations and flowers In the eupper-room were carried out In two shades of pink. The dainty two-storied pink cake -iecorated with 21 candles, was lit with a Dink taper by the guest. Supper n, provided. Musical and vocal Items wen given by Miss H Summerton. Mrs. B Summerton the ...

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

1 FRIDAY SPECIALS I Available all Day Friday,,.© to 9 ? Q ^| I ^^^^^^^^^^^M^^hI Haafliaw^lrah£H (' 89/6 Printed Marocain Frocks 69/6 1 ? 50 only Printed Marocain Frocks in this season's newest styles. Extensive variety I \\ g. of smart printed -iesians on medium and dark grounds. Such nice quality Procks JH || suitable for eo many occasions. W, SOS, OS fittings. 79/6 to 89/6 Frocks. Friday =_ | Special at 6S/6. fej 75/- Newest Redingote Frocks 59/6 1 J Frocks in the latest Redingote Styles, fashioned in plain Marocains with Printed g I Marocain Contrast trimmings. May be had in Navy, Black, Light Brown and Lido. ?'- R 1 Delightful new Frocks; see them early. Fittings: — SSW, SW, W. Usually 75/-. II J Friday Special at 59/6. g 5/11 to 8/11 Assorted New Silks Q/| 1 I I Laree Assortment of Assorted fiiifrs in many different weaves — comprising Fancy ^^ ™ ''? U I Marocains, Shantungs. Silt Voiles, Smart Striped Spun silks. Wonderful range of ? ? colorings and patterns for choice. Usuall...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

'Amazing' is just the word to describe the values listed for today's thrifty shoppers at the A Myer fabric merchandising triumph ! ! Read of 10/6, 12/11 Straws 4/11 Smartest styles hi becoming shapes hi this group of new Straws, in mixed, fancy, and plain hemp braids. Trimmed with Peter sham ribbon to tone. All head fittings. Usually 10/6, 12/11; Anniversary Sale, 4/11. Many other Styles , to chooes from j^SEJSISX2-*l at these Price*! BBBMtBh 21/ New Panama Cloth Trimmed Hats to go I 111 200! Trimmed Panama Cloth Hats, anart medium brims, some with contrasting un derbrims. Finished with angel skin rib bon to tone. Usually 21/ each; Anniver sary Sale, 14/1L 14/11 Baku All-Over Straw Hats, asst'd shades - - 7/11 Children's 14/11 Trim med Hats for 7/11 100 only? Children's Trimmed Hats, in fancy lace and crin straws. Effectively finished with flowers, ribbon. and lace. Usually 14/11; Anniversary Sale, 7/11. FIEST FLOOB ? AT UTEB'S ? Specials from 'Glove Week9' 3/U, 4/11 pair 'Kayser' a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOXING AND WRESTLING AT MANNUM [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

| BOXING AND WRESTLING AT MAKNUH A boxing Bud wrestling exhibition was ffren at the Scout Hall. ««rmiiwi, in aid «f the Bays' Club, by members at the Amateur Athletic Association, Adelaide, ?ad the local gymnastic club. Results:— Boxing— K. c. Molde (8 st. 11 Ib.) d. VL BoeslCT (8 st. 4 Ib). K. T. Sounders (9 st. 13 Ib.) d. C. Lawrence (9 et. 4 Ib.). K. C. ICoicfe (8 et. II lb.) d. B. MaGlasnan (9 ?C I Ib.). H. Gobs (10 St. 6 Ib.) d. K. T. Blunders (9 et. 13 lb). Wrestling— P. Btun neU (8 st. II lb.) d. O. V Lame (9 st. 1 lb.). D. F. Cooper (10 st. 2 lb.) d. C. Beiast no st. 5 Ib.). R. T. Elliott (11 et. 10 Ib.) d. A Kemp (12 St.), D. Moyle (9 st U lb.) A. M. Staples (10 et. 4 lb.). A. T. Bennett? (10 st 8 Ib.) d G. Spencer (11 ?*.). D. Cooper (wrestler) d. F. Pascoe (boxer). M?«re. Fox and O'Donnell were rtfgcM. and the general arrangements were canted oat by Mr. H. Warhuxst.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRITISH FOOTBALL LONDON, October 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

BRITISH FOOTBALL LONDON. October T. In an Association charity shield match at VlUa Park today, Arsenai dereated West Bromwlch by 1 Roal to nil. Messrs. K. V. Wadiam, vlcenreel oent. ana H. R. Elliott, secretary of the South Australian branch of the Wireless Institute of AustraUa. left for Sydney yesterday to attend the annual Federal Convention of that body next week. All States in tbe Common wealth will be represented.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DO YOU KNOW? ANSWERS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

DO YOU KNOW? ANSWERS 1. 810.697. . 2. The sobriquet is borrowed from Farquhar's 'Beaux' Stratagem,'* written to 1707. 3. Because his great popularity with the Red Army made it possible for his foes to accuse him of aspiring to a Dictatorship, gimiinr to that established by Bonaparte. 4. Lord Chesterfield in his 'Letters to H3s Son.' 8. I'Ancrleterre. 6. The word is derived from 'Oes- trelch.' as it was called by its savage aborigines, of which a reminiscence is to be found in the French designation, 'rAntriche.' Qnesttons on Page 21

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Billiards [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

Billiards Walter Undrurn and Tom Newman will play a match at Broken Hill, beginning on October 17, under the management of Mr. P. Coochlrofl*. cf Crystal Palace Amuse ments. Mr. P. J. Brady, of Adelaide, will supervise arrangements.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HIGHER TARIFFS Federal Parliament and New Schedules [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

HIGHER TARIFFS Federal Parliament and New Schedules SUPPLIED BY THE LIBERAL FEDERATION As was indicated last week, the Labor nlajoritv in the House of Representa tives paid so little heed to the speeches of Opposition members that It was decided to leave the serious amending of the schedules to the Senate. Ap parently the Labor members, whether representing country or metropolitan constituencies, had their orders from the Trades Hall bosses, and would pay no attention either to the needs of pri mary producers or the sound and rea soned recommendations of the Tariff Board. Advantages of Private Enterprise Liberals were delighted to read the remarks of the Chief Secretary on the question of public utilities. The Fede ration has always stood solidly for pri vate enterprise, and the slogan that Governments should govern and not trade. It is to be hoped that the gene ral public win realise that Mr. Whit ford's conversion is the result of expe rience and knowledge. Education Expenditure A...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MILITARY NOTES Holiday Shooting Arrangements [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

MILITARY NOTES Holiday Shooting Arrangements By 'CAPTAIN' A HIGHLY satisfactory number of entries has been received for tbe awnwaT prize meeting of the Citizen Forces Bifie Club Union to be held on the Port Adelaide ranges on Wed nesday (Labor Day). There axe 2S3 individual rifle entries and 37 Viewers, 99 Lewis, and 12 Hotcb klss gun teams wlU compete. Tile re volver match lias drawn 31 entries. Handicaps have been published, and only one entrant — T. E. Ashton. of the 27th Battalion — *s on. tne scratch mark.. Shooting will begin at 9 a.m. sharp. Lunch must be taken, but tea will be pro vided gratis on the range. Navy The Boy&i Australian Naval Squadron vill arrive et Port Adelaide on October 23 to conduct annual shipboard training of members of the local Naval Brigade. To undergo seven days' training afloat, two officers and 51 ratings will in each case board the Canberra, Australia, and Alba tross on October 24. Two drafts of those vtao do not go afloat for their trainin...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

/GE£\ New Season's Styles ? f5^-t£?**il- : Now Showmg at ^Hfc CHIPMENTS of .the very newest styles arriving daily. i ^^P ** See the latest modes in walking, beach and* sports wear. Shoes that Please the Eye, Fit the Feet and Fit the Pocket ! Ladles' WMle Call Corns*, self color trims, smart Hack piping, ?btUnstntEd. mAMLOUrS 14/11 SPECIAL Brown Calf Collegiate Shoes Buckle Stop. Fajrstitch Soles. Steer- 7.8.SL18 _ _ _ «/ll It U. 13.1 - - _ -. 7/tl Isad3- _ _ _ _ 8/11 ' 4smd5_ - - ... _. »/ll 29 %?P ?ril1 aa* Women** WMJte fete Bar Saad S^ocs. white ?ales. 4 to 9, 2/8; 10 to 1,2/11; Women's, 3/3 ; crepe soles, 4 to 9, M lj 10 to 1. 3/8; women's 3/11 aflafi Ladles' WUte Uaca Beach «ad Walfclpj Shoe, also in Red Stripe and Yellow, a smart and stylish shoe. BAKX0WS ll/» SPECIAL fa^BBalS. * \ ' Bzctaslve BladrPatent, also Bmn Gtace |Od Covrt*. white piping, smart black and white or brown and white buckle*, spike heeL BABLOWS 19/11 SPECIAL EVERY SHOE GUARANTEED Ladles* Hlok-flrade White B...

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