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THRILLING RIDING HUXLEY DEFEATS TAUSER Appelbee's Spectacular Trail of Speed [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931

THRILLING RIDING HUXLEY DEFEATS TAUSER Appelbee's Spectacular Trail of Speed Patrone of the Speedway had little to complain about In the way at the spec- tacular on Saturday night. There was an absence of the discord which marred the previous two meetings, and the rldlnc of the visitors, on the whole provided plenty of thrills. ' ?"DVlaea Reg. Appelbee. who has Jumped to the front since the beginning of the season surprised spectators by undoubtedly the most spectacular riding seen on tbe track Gils year. Mounted on his Douglas he developed a, remarkable turn of speed, and took the corners with throttle full out. Opposed by Arnold Hansen and IfSS Fre dericks In the second heat of the Inter national Scratch Race, Appelbee got away having the advantage of the Inside run ning, and maintained a pace throughout the three laps which kept w?Ti?? n e t bay He also put up a, great performance against Vic. Huxley In the sixth heat of the Way vine Handicap, pressing the cbamplon all the way, a...

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YEASTON TABLETS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931

YEASTON TABLETS possess power of physical purification superior to all purgatives, and should be taken regularly. All chemists.

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SWIMMING Girl Guides at Crystal Pool [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931

SWIMMING Girl Guides at Crystal Pool A swimming carnival organised by the Girl Guides was beld at the Crystal Pool, tJnley. on Saturday night. At the conclu sion Miss Violet Ralph (Deputy State Com- missioner) thanked all those taking part. Results:— 50 Yards Free Style (Guides). —B. Forrest. B. Wyllle. F. Bymlll. Time. 45 sec. Banger Back Stroke, 33 1-3 yards.—Ban gers Bond, Wlnterbottam, Angove. Time, 36 sec ' 33 1-3 Yards Breart Stroke (Guides).—B. Forrest. P. BymiU. B. Wyllle. Time. 34 sec. 66 2-3 Yards Gulders' Free Style.—R. Webb, J. Inverarlty. 2. Williams. Time, 75 sec. 33 1-3 Yards Guides' Back-Stroke.—B WyUle, P. Rymill, B. Young. Tfcne, 37 sec. 50 Yards Banger Breast Stroke.—O. Sweeney, D. Bond, Wlnterbottom. Tune, 48 sec Guide Emergency Race, 25 yards.—N. Pain. G. Reynolds. Time, 30 sec. Long Plunge.—K. Kromer. 37 ft. 6 In.: D. Bond. 66 2-3 Yards Banger Free-style.—O. Swee ney. D. Bond, E. Brook. Time, 58 sec. 33 1-3 Yards Guides' Back-stroke. —K. Kromer, Z. Williams, D....

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COUNTRY SCOURED FOR THIEVES ON BORDER 24 HOURS SEARCH FROM BORDERTOWN FAILS Store Robbed [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931

COUNTRY SCOURED FOR THIEVES ON BORDER 24 HOURS SEARCH FROM BORDERTOWN FAILS Store Robbed Police and residents of Border- town covered hundreds of miles yesterday in motor cars, scouting the country on both sides of the Victorian border, looking: for thieves who robbed a shop early yesterday morning and escaped in a doctor's motor car stolen from in front of his house. Mounted-Constable Eddington. of Bordertown. was searching from early morning until 10 o'clock last night, but no trace of the thieves could be f oun-i Clothing, food, tobacco, and other goods, worth about £40. were taken from Creaser & Company's store. Mr R C. Allen going- to church at 8 ajn., noticed treacle smeared on the glass of the front door. The thieves had ap parently intended to smash the win dow, but eventually had pot into the shop by forcing the back door When the theft of Dr. Broadbenfs car was reported tracks were discovered leading from the front of his house to the back gate of the store. As it ...

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CALAMITOUS MILLICENT STEEPLECHASE Two Finish; One Broken Down Milllcent, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931

CALAMITOUS MILLICENT STEEPLECHASE Two Finish; One Broken Down Milllcent, February 28. The Milllcent races were held to-day. There was a small attendance, the gate re ceipts being £70. compared with £109 last year, £134 in 1929, and £lfll 9/6 in 1928. The totalizator investments were £898 10/ against £1,643 5/ last year. Details: HURDLE RACE Two miles and one turlonx £30 15/—Mr. G. Lewis's b m MISS MAGIC, by Lysanius—Magical. 6 yrs., 9 st. 10 lb. (H. Shepherd) 1 £26 5/—Mr. S. Knapman's br g East well, aged. 10 st. 6 tb. <b. J. Willii) 2 £8 5/ —Mr. A. W. Daenke's c e Fight ing Mac. aged. 9 st. (T. Gibbs) .. 3 No other starters. Invested, £65 5/. Dividend (for £1). Eastwell led for more than a mile Miss Magic then took up the running, and won ?as?ly by three lengths, with 20 lengths between second and third. Time, 4.6 2-5. NOVICE STAKES W-f-a. Five furlongs £42 10/—Mr. O. E. Bodeys br m LOD LONA. by Ludovltch—Valona. 6 yrs., 8 st. 11 lb. (M. Barry) .. i £57 10/—Mr. C. Wheele...

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PORT ADELAIDE SCOUTS' CARNIVAL [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931

PORT ADELAIDE SCOUTS' CARNIVAL The Port Adelaide (D District) Boy Scouts' Association held a criminal at the Portland Canal on Saturday afternoon The arrangements were in the hands of The arrangements were District-Commissioner E. C. Morris and the Port Adelaide Amateur Swimming C!ub. The officials were—Starter, Mr. C. Lind say: timekeeper, Mr. F. Bath: iudges. Messrs. N. Morton and W. McDonald. Re sults— Cubs' Race (33 yards)—F. J. Jamieson (Ethelton). G. Pryke (Ethelton), Brooks (Blrkenhead). Time, 27 3-5 sec. Junior No. 1 (SO yards).—G. Dempster (Blrkenhead). H. Smith (Etheltcnl. R- Hoffman (Blrkenhead). Time. 50 sec Junior No. 2 (50 yards)—F. Bath. G. Bergland. R. Corby (Ethelton). Time. 47 75 Yards (14 to 16 years)—H. Bath (Ethelton). R. Brooks (Birkenhead). W. Mumme (3rd Port Adelaide). Time, 39 3-5 sec. 75 Yards (16 to 18 years)—SL Eaton fist Largs Sea Scouts). S. Duncan (Ist Port Adelaide). Roach (3rd Port Adelaide). Time. 30 1-5 sec. Rovers" Race (75 yards)—W. Hanson, P. Ma...

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AIRMAN IN HOSPITAL Melbourne. March 1. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931

AIRMAN IN HOSPITAL Melbourne. March 1. While engaged in a training flight at Laverton on Friday, Flight-officer H. E. Sharp of Point Cook, was injured when the Moth aeroplane in which he when the Moth aeroplane in wnich he was flying crashed from a height of Geveral hundred feet. The aeroplane was badly damaged, and Mr. Sharp received injuries to the head. The Air Accident Enquiry Board will make an investigation when Mr. Sharp leaves the Caulfield Military Hos pitaL . CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL SUNDAY Yesterday was the occasion of the an nual appeal for financial support, which is made on behalf of the Adelaide Chil dren's Hospital to the scholars and teachers in Sabbath schools through out the State. The appeal was em phasised this year on account of the increased number of patients necessi tating greater expenditure.

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GIRL OVERBOARD IN HEAVY SEAS THRILLING RESCUE AFTER YACHTING MISHAP [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931

GIRL OVERBOARD IN HEAVY SEAS THRILLING RESCUE AFTER YACHTING MISHAP A yachting party aboard Major Ir- win's Alexa had a thrilling quarter of an hour yesterday afternoon about 10 miles out of Port Adelaide, in heavy seas, when Miss Kath Kenny, 20 of Glenelg. fell overboard. She was res cued only after great difficulty. Scudding before a strong breeze, the yacht was nearly a quarter of a mile away before it could be turned As soon as Miss Kenny went overboard Mr. George McCormick. a young man, dived in after her. A lifebuoy -was thrown over, and Mr. Bill Pascoe. of Glenelg, put out in a dinghy. But be cause of the heavy seas tie was at first unable to see the girl, who was by then being supported by Mr. McCormick. After ten minutes or more, the Alcxa was brought alongside and the girl and the two men succeeded in getting aboard. When she fell overboard she had a watch in her hand and still had it when she got back to the yactt. Miss Kenny won two first prizes on horseback in jumping c...

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CANADA BANS TRADE WITH RUSSIA Will Have Nothing to Do With Barter Offer OTTAWA, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931

CANADA BANS TRADE WITH RUSSIA Will Have Nothing to Do With Barter Offer OTTAWA, February 28. The importation into Canada from Russia of coal, wood pulp, pulp wood, lumber and timber of all kinds, asbestos, and furs has been prohibited by an Order-in-Couiicil issued on Friday. The Minister for National Revenue (Mr. Roikman) said the Government was convinced that in Russia there was forced labor in the cutting of timber and in the mining of coal; that poli tical prisoners were exploited, and that the standard of living was below any level conceived of in Canada. "Broadly speaking," he said, "an em ployment is in the control of a Com munist Government, which regulates all conditions and seeks to impose its will upon the whole world. This is the Com munism, its creed and its fruits, which we as a country oppose, and must refuse support by the interchange of trade."

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

Shipping Notes and Notices ]| ORIENT LINE vsaxu-u.^ * a_iu iu BOTAL MAIL STEAHEBS TO LOKDON. Via COLOMBO. SUEZ. TORT SAID. NAPLES. TOULON. GIBRALTAR, and PLYMOUTH. Steamer. Tons. .Commander. Sails, ,. ?ORO.NTES 20.000 F. R. O'SaUeran Mar. 6 ?OROXSAT 20,000 E. P. Cameron Mar. 19 ?"RAMA B. G. Staunton Apl. ? 'ORFOBD 20,000 A. L. Owen. Apl. 16 ?CaUlog at Hobart en ronte to Melbourne. tnd at Southampton Instead ol Plymoath. FARES—ADELAIDE TO LOSDOS. FISST SALOON—Sinrie. from £96. Return, from £163. THIRD CLASS—Single, from £38. , Rehni. from £6S. All passage money paid in Australia Is subject to theVddfaon of enhance on London. * Vi^a^eet 5^ ?Petepb??e ?- 630?- The Bine Funnel and White Star as i >.. c ? Aberdeen JOlal Semce To England via Onrban and Cape Town. NESTOR (a) 14.600 F. Adcoefc I Mar. 25 CERAMIC (c) 18,500 W. Uoyd April 6 ffifijas" i1?^6pc£vTX! as (a) First Clao only, (c) Cabin Claaa. Fare.- to Engbnd—First, from £90. Cabin, from £72. TO AJric-Ftot. from £?. Cabin, from £...

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BARRIERS FIRMER Wflonas Improve to 20/6 [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931

BARRIERS FIRMER Wflonas Improve to 20/6 Steady to firmer rates ruled for most of the Commonwealth loans, other Invest- ments, and miscellaneous industrials on the Stock Exchange of Adelaide on Satur- day. but turnover ?as relatively light and confined to a few Issues. Transfers in the Barrier section were limited to Zinc Corporation crd- but under the influence of firmer inter-State quotations, tbe chief stoc_- made headway. Copper, tin, and oil concerns were lifeless, and the out-. standing feature In the gold di-rasi-n was' the spurt In Wlluna, buyers having: paid 20/6. The following table shows how Satur day's closing cash sales compared with preceding ones:— Bises Commonwealth 6 per cent- 1938 .. 30/ Elder. Smith 1/, Goldsbrough. Mort 2d. Holdens ord .. .. .. id Zinc Corporaton ord. .. .. .. .. .. 2d. WUuna 1/ Falls Commonwealth 5',. per cent. 1936 10<? j Princess Royal j_. Exchanges in Commonwealth Loans mere! light and confined to a. few Issues, but! buyers predomin...

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OUTBOARD MOTOR BOATS Vixen and Miss Francis Tie For Flint Trophy [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931

OUTBOARD MOTOR BOATS Vixen and Miss Francis Tie For Flint Trophy An open handicap, for a trophy pre- sented by Mr. S. J. Flint, attracted 10 starters at the races conducted by the Outboard Motor Boat Club of South Aus- tralia, on the Port Adelaide River on Satur day afternoon. The race was over two heats of two miles. Vixen (W. Bart) and Miss Rnnda (W. H. Green) tied with 200 points each, and It was decided to run a deciding heat on a date to be fixed. The starters were—Silver Eagle, loss Francis, Vixen. Zip, Sea Serpent, Hosier. Typhoon, Tiger. Speedjax, end Koondee. An exciting race was provided In the first heat, which was won by Vixen. Sea Serpent (owned by W. Duncan and piloted by F. Bargwanna). and Miss Francis tied for second place, and TTrtcigr (Q. Boucher) was third. The second heat was also well contested. Uss Francis was the winner, with Vixen second, and Sea Ser pent third. The time In both heats was 4 mln. 20 sec. A three mile handicap, contested by zip. Miss Francis, B...

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

AMUSEMENTS aaaa aaaa a aaa aa. aaa M THEATRE RfIYAI nuiAL A Commencing Sator- , a, M ? _ day We-Ct, Blarcll I. elder cossE?v\TOErcii R OPERA CLASS. to conjunehon ?,th LIMirFU HK^'&F* IfeteluS^. a brilliant cast o* 6_ead?J!b?- Beryl KeS X. la,- ?i*r„rs^ A^DaiaS. "pSSThJ-St- Hicid Biin-w-s lUrold For- ter. Dr. Art bur Welch. _MwiKii_l^7i"i H. WI-V.LOE HALL. Dances and EnK.mS.lft by PHtLLIS LEITCH. API ANS AT ALLAN'S PRKSS-i?Sand riULU R. 3. ana D.C, 5/, PIUS tax. I _________________.-MMMMMH_i *********^mmmmmm^^ — mm , EXHIBmONGARDENS Leasee BERT LENNON THE NEW SENSATION, REVUE—GOLF—DANCING. fim fof At Pncei less than tram fares. ====== LEARN DANCING Llaflllll WrUlVlllW AUBREY HALL Teacbes To-ni(rtit at Thebarton Town HaU. 8-11 p.m. Tuesday and Saturday .v;ght?, 6-11. Alao Saturday Hatteee, 3 p.m. to 5.30, at Queen's Hall. Greniell-street Wednesday Sighta. at Port Adelaide Kasonic Hall. 8-11 pjn. Thun- ?__rS^c__?l.^^ i SLSLffi 2SL?5rt-a2 ("oA ._??? One a^Quidi Step. Poa-trot, W...

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

I'De?eszke*/ I ??^ *??7 -_ L (PnP\/O r IHE UKtYO ft J a nr-wrx HKga^a* CIGARETTES lirfi^^^^.n t e> 1 A ~TOL LXXffl.—No. 22,587 PBAFEKY AND CLOTHING End of Season m IUDrAdI fKULKd "Ji 1? 5/J IZ/0 tO //b Slid 15/11 to 9/11 __ ?r>. (M JT Tr M V /^L fea /3< ><ks\ JBraJIA KlL??¥% MBrbS£S%: A, \t)*r*X*A jKJSBH >.\ Wri^m-A ffll I||| (g^y al '<^%Z?l mSm -.^.^.:J mm Lite-I £3 K^ I'm'M ? JPH (^>^r TklhilnHnu tt%sP'<!^^s-;:xz Ob Ik* Riahl 11/11 fnr Q/11 _"? ?* rSP** la/lt tor 9/11 SfOTd to^yoke. piped to contrast, and fland ?&t are notable features of this ?kylevmnlMl out In fast colored British mmmAf&^^ oa I mm£ m 7S mmm~ammm^ Foul Clearance of Vofle^ Ci-bnc*, andlTnbFabric,; SLWJfc b NeW Season', TwiD Wincevette, TOIL WINCEfETTES, #3 for 1/ yard fSirSSefof^Sr^. SSe?^: jw^i^r,. .nd tenon. ?wwA-OT^rrfe s?S~^S3 Baxa. Ptok, Salmon, base, and Hello. -? ? — rffFAM VFTVA UlEAfll VULVA, 9/4 I—. lln _._J A/J IOT 1/9 yard. Bctr...

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

FUNERAL NOTICES a. awaawaaa ?.v a .ww DK?_?^?~?1.^..-*Jl£P',^:, tf,<-?? m-"a<?a? and Itm. ?b*.*. ot tae a_Uv_u.n Arm*-, are respectfully informed thai Ibe rimer*, ot their lata beloved DAUGHTER (Elsie Mary) will l?? w uieir^r?_d*_ce. ia,3b. ilaua-suert, Ln- 1(7. on MONDAY, al 2-__o pan, for tae i_al- ?___n Army Hall. Unley, wlitre a ihort ?er- Tica will be he_d, Uuuce lor the tt est-enact ?T- ____ „ ' ... ~ ALFRED JAMBS, Lndertaker. JM. U-ley-road. Lniey. Phone U. 10?0. ntHE SALVATION ARMY. _L OFFICERS. SOLDIERS, and BANDSBEN of te aSof^W _Tao_l_ ta t_ funeral ot ths late SIiSIEB IBLiilE BAR! DBBW) will leave the Salivation Army Hall, UalV.'pn BONDAY, immediately after the ser- Tioa. which eommencea at 2.30 pan, lor tne ftest-temce Cemetery. TtBUT, TiJiTl, H.rNns mMrai re .vnm . o'^^^^ _^___tewirbe^?tt,,\eSforlo.rar -- i££Wy- l-X-an-mui. 'srunph^: 'Phone- Y. 6847. POPE-— T__ri'RiENl?'-riie_l_te Br7wiL- LLUI AL*lito POPE (late SJ-, Harbors SJafSTs g_£ S? pJaTfor...

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DISASTROUS DAY FOR BACKERS AT TATTERSALLS MEETING Favorite Defeated in Each Race GREAT CHESTER BEATS SMALL FIELD IN HANDICAP [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931

DISASTROUS DAY FOR BACKERS AT TATTERSALLS MEETING Favorite Defeated in Each Race GREAT CHESTER BEATS SMALL FIELD IN HANDICAP Jackers met their Waterloo at Tattersalls meeting at Victoria Park on Saturday. Their troubles started when Palasa iron the Handicap Trial Stakes, and from then on the favorite was defeated race alter race. Great Chester, in winning the Summer Handicap, of a mile and three furlongs, registered the best performance of bis career. The lawns in the grandstand pre- sented a bright appearance, due to the large attendance of women, who were admitted free of charge. The cmirman <Mr p J Flannagan) presided at the official luncheon. Among those pre- sent were the Attorney-General (Mr. Denny > the Minister of Repatriation (Mr Je'ltey) the leader of the Opposi- tion" (Mr Butler), and the Lord Mayor (Mr C R J. Glover), and the chair- men of'the various metropolitan racing clubs ..., . i?~rf?,.ni? Totalisator Investments The totalisator investments were only ...

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COUNTRY RIFLE TEAMS' MATCH Langhome's Creek Win With Record Score of 1,814 [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931

COUNTRY RIFLE TEAMS' MATCH Langhome's Creek Win With Record Score of 1,814 The hundred country riflemen who attended the Port Adelaide range on Saturday had an excellent day's shooting;. Certainly, conditions were not easy, and the coaches had a trying day, bnt the championship was fired in such a splendid sporting spirit that it could not be other than enjoyable. P. J. Bateman. 21, 25. 24—70: J. Boblnson, 18, 24. 27—69. Langhome's Creek team of 20 members won for the seventh consecutive year, and the club again upheld Its reputation as the strongest country combination. It is doubtful If any team in the State could hold them at the present time. The arrangements for the snoot were In the hands of Mr. C. C. Castine and Mr. V. J. Byan tabulated the results of the match.. Splendid targets end markers were provided by Superintendent Burden, and shooting was completed la good tune. Considerable interest was centred un the Individual aggregate for the three ranges. The record was held by...

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DARING AND (RUEFUL AERIAL FEAT PLANES SWOOP UNDER SYDNEY HARBOR BRIDGE Sydney, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931

DARING AND (RUEFUL AERIAL FEAT PLANES SWOOP UNDER SYDNEY HARBOR BRIDGE Sydney, March 1. A seaplane and a Gipsy Moth flew under the roadway level of the Harbor Bridge on Saturday morn- ing. It was the first time the feat ing-. It was the first time the feat had been attempted. The last spans of the roadway were completed recently. The distance of the level from the water is approxi mately 175 feet. The machines were part of a for mation by Ae^o Club pilots, which had followed the liner Moreton Bay down the harbor in honor of Mr. W. J. Hickey. a member of the club, who was leaving for England for a course of in struction in the RJLF.. and Mrs. R. Bedford, wife of the secretary of De- Hp*-!"<iti<? A'-rcraft Pty., Ltd. After circling over the Moreton Bay at the' Heads, the machines turned towards Mascot. Two of them, a sea plane, piloted by Captain P. C. Tay lor, and a Moth, in charge of Mr. R. Ansbel, separated from the others and circled over the bridge. They wer...

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Oarswomen at the Port: Keen Cricket: New Szvimming Pool: Beach Beauties at Myer's Picnic [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931

Oarswomen at the Port: Keen Cricket: New Szvimming Pool: Beach Beauties at Myer's Picnic WINSOME GOLD, ridden by P. Slattery, just managed to get borne from Miss Ena (W. Turner) in tbe two-year-old race at Victoria Park on Saturday. D. C. GREEN, who made 90 for Tasmania against Sooth Australia, is seen laying: the wood on to a ball from C. Starr. GUN IN HAND, Mr. jock Murray calls a wanting to the crews on the starting line at the women's towing regatta at Port Adelaide on Saturday. Behind him is Mr. S. Qnrban, while Mr. W. CrookaO, pipe in month, casts a judicial eye on the proceedings, and sees that nothing escapes him in his capacity as umpire. THE BACK TO BUBB&. movement is sttn as popular as ever with old I1BI11hEWHm&£ v*a JBBBBBBMI residents of the northern town. They held a reunion at the Botanic 1?"""??""??"" Gardens on Saturday when this picture of the committee was taken. OABSWOHEN HAD MUCH ENTHT Left to righWMawi. J. Davey, T. NeTin, C. G. Tlver. T. T. Sho...

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

AUCTIONS „ DAY J. A. Sando b Son.—At offices. Sine WllUim. street, at 3—-Mortgagees' Property Bale. 6-I^^ *10- "tElb&f^ms*s? nn soo^soo H&£S MRVR ALSO, IRON FRAME PIANO, GRAMOPHONES, US^."^'&&.?<£ <£?. giubcuh. te g&'^&SPfiS nITTiL DOUBLE AND BISGLE BEDS. STRETCHERS. LDTOS, MATS. CAEPETfi. „_ 11 JO AJL TJITOER BILL OF SALE, 4 ROOMS FURHI- S^sS^ch^c^lt^^lhSls. I BSSoi 9" __„„ __. „_ „ __ TJNDER BILL OP SALE, 2 SETS SCALES, S ICE CREAM SERyEHe^QDANTITY ASSORTED — ?tf^w =ZH£S ,ff? SSffiSs^S^c1!^? ffira^gg|^S£s"W. COMPLETE. b^t^l silver-gTey oak bedroom bed^to%Ttch^ost^SsD%r? ?nSf I&S^l^TgS^ Sfra^lSs&si^? a UULSLb. AND LARGE GENERAL LOTS. r Hfl-T-mnTT.l.*! F. MATTHEWMAN. aJh-w ..a Ti t ns* bMUMbSS'rf^J St hv .. .1 OrtMH,^sales^on^ucted onteide sai M condurted. DECEASED ESTATE WOODVTLLE. WOODVILLE. TO-MORROW (TOESDAT) AT S P.M. BALE OF 6 ROOMS OF SUPERIOR FURMSH- xxK^wno CHAIRS. SETTEE. AND COUCH; BLACK...

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