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

?^?H^^Bfl Th* SpaUiog Ball HHrI B ^^^?1 ?^-;i?-,-z nfl ??????BHHBBXi^H wobble and swerve . . be- H|H9|HBm:W 91 HBHBflBHB cause its rubber is pure . . IBjHllBBg;^: 9 BSIHHpM ifs uniform in weight and Hfl^Sa ?^HB| ^:-^BF'; HmftlJl Hi -:: V^ ? Si -iiSiB pi: ? ? :---uM:i i UnbalancedTlnggedTBalls S^^^^^^^^^H ; See bow tbej wobble! It's tbe M Sl^^^^^^^^^H [ unbalancing plugs that do it. B ;S1HBIBIBIBIBIBl [ No wonder these balls tend to Rll^HHH swerve your shots in flight ... H ilpBlBIBIBIBIBII ! to spoil your placements. i'S^IIIIIH They've got no balance. I^^^^^^H THEY'VE GOT THE PLUG IIIIBIBIBI INSTEAD. See tbe X-ray. I IP^illllllllB Rotation Test shows New Spalding Tennis Ball best for play , The above drawing of aa actual X-ray photograph shows die differences between a Spalding ball (left) and a plugged ball (right). The plug destroys balance . . . and tends to wobble and swerve the ball in flight. The Spald ing ball is plugless . . . therefore per fectly balanced ... for better ten...

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

PRINTING ' -_? ??. %M OF '-V-*§| EVERY ' / ^?;:J| DESCRLPHON v JSp * - - ^li THE ADVERlTSBr -^11 GrjeiALPraNTlNGOrTiaE:^ WAYMOUIH^raEET. ^fl ADELAIDE. * ., 'Ji

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LATE SEASON GOLF Gymkhana at Seaton [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

LATE SEASON GOLF Gymkhana at Seaton Bv 'STEEL SHAFT' Although it Is to be held so late In the season, the gymkhana at Seaton in aid of the Royal Institution lor the Blind, promises to be a great suc cess. The risk of rain l£ minimised at this time of year, and a warm day should not be trying when most cf the events will be held, within easy distance of the dub house. Final arrangements are In hand, and unlike most tournaments, the whole day will be run by post entry, and every one will be welcome. It Is not necessary to be a member of an affiliated club, as anyone with or without a knowledge of go'ii may join In the various side-snows. In addition to the mixed foursomes and women's fouisomes over 15 holes, there will be putting competitions, clock golf, ladder golf, approaching Into the tarpau lin, freak driving, approaching ta the tar get, and many other attractions. Miss E. Wyatt. secretary of the S.A.L.G.U., has been busy organising, and the associates of the various metropolitan...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Boxing and Wrestling MELBOURNE CHAMPIONS COMING TO ADELAIDE [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

Boxing and Wrestling MELBOURNE CHAMPIONS COMING TO ADELAIDE A fine programme of boxing and wrestling wii: be presented by the Metro po.itan Amateur Athleiic Club at th? Exhibition Bul'.ding on Saturday, October 24. Proceeds wl;l be devoted to the ap peal belnj; made bv the Royal Institution for the Blind. H. A. L:ghtburn. holder of the amateur we.ter. middle, and heavyweight cham pionships of South Australia will meft J Owens, the winner of the 1930 Victorian amateur welter title, and runner-up this ' year in the middle-weight division to : Gallagher, the Australian representative ; at the recent Empire games In Canada. In his contest with Gallagher. Owens lost by a narrow margin. The Victoriaa lightweight wrestling champion. R. Garrayd. will meet the South Australian lightweight t:;;e ho'.der. A. J. Bennett: and J. L. O'Hara. rur.ner-up in thr Victorian irt-rtjr-v.-ciih: rh2mp:jn.=h:p. , will be op--c = ed by D. F. Cooler, holder ; of the m-.dd!r--.v,?:=!in title ip i.iis Starr-. a...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GREAT AERIAL DISPLAY Battle Of Planes And Guns [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

GREAT AERIAL DISPLAY Battle Of Planes And (inns By 'RESUBGIT' Of sll the Items on the programme for the Aerial Pageant on October 17, none should prove more popular with the public than the mimic war be tween machine guns and rifles and aeroplanes. This part of the programme will be In keeping with the word pageant, and it Is probably the first time In Australia that the possibilities of a mimic war have teen considered. A strong pos; will be taken up by the 43-48th Infantry, including a platoon of machine guns end riflemen, and on the approach of enemy planes the position will be further strengthened by guns and meal The aeroplanes, piloted by local club members, will drop bombs on the post in an attempt to destroy It. and drive the enemy out, while evading a furious ma chine gun and rifle tire. The position will eventually be vacated by the machine gunners and the post demolished. ?The Advertiser' Cup I hear that the EAAJ. will send over a Bristol Bulldog to take part In the aeria...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ROWING TO BEGIN AT ONCE Water In Torrens This Week-End [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

ROWING TO BEGIN AT ONCE Water In Torrens This Week-End By BEADY ALL Oarsmen trill fee pleased to leant that water will be in the Torrens this week-end, and that after next week it will be kept in. The city engineer (Mr. W. c. D. Veale) said on Wednes day that, although water would be allowed for the week-end rowing, some might have to be released later, to allow the sheet-piling opposite Creswell Gardens to be completed, but after that the water would not be interfered with. Port Adelaide Port have obtained 15 new oarsmen from their ambi'lous drive for new members In July when the club held a 'Team to Row' Week' on the Port River. The com mittee must be congratulated on their excellent idea and their energy. On Sun day these new members will row In a special race over 1,000 yards, to see what progress they have mn-1p. Their opening day has been set down lor October 17. Alderman J H. C'ouston wll perform the ceremony. The Harris. Scarfe Cup will be competed for. A large entry is ex p...

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

Reorganisation [?] 11 H*1.IQ MJBB&BBmmBnFwBSmn&Ptl&m FURTHER BARGAIN GROUPS PRICED for QUICK SALE SENSATIONAL SHOWROOM BARGAINS 79/6, 89/6 to 951- Ladies' Model Frocks One rack of Ladies* Model Frocks in Crepe de Chene, Marocain, and Georgette, good shades, and excellent styles. 79/6, 89/6 to 95/. RE-ORGANISATION SALE, 59/6. 79/6 Ladies' Marocain Coats Ladies' Black and Navy Marocain Coats, ??? ^B^. ./ new wanted styles. Sizes, S.S.W. and I mm f^M II A^ s.w., 79/6. *^a MiS/7 w1^ RE-OEGAMSATION SALE, 59/6. W JB I « 1 Also Others, smart styles, S9/6 for 69/6. %gF\4aru ^#; 7/11 Ladies' Hair Cord Frocks Ladies' Printed Hair Cord Frocks, good ^B W assortment. Sizes S.W., W., S.O.S., and jrEsl II JMJM Sfee'veless, 7/11- HE . ORGANISATION '**SP// g|lg Long 'Sleeves, 8/11- REORGANISATION SALE, 5/11. l.l.yi-J.IJ.MrikUJ.Hll 7/11 Full Fashioned Silk Hose Pure Silk and Art Silk, finely knitted, reinforced heels Q /i 1 and toes, double soles, newest colors, some slightly ...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Racing Official's Death Brisbane, October 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

Racing Official's Death ' Brisbane, October S. Mr. F. W. Deady, 46, a Brisbane Jour nalist and racing handlcapper, died today, after an attack of cerebral hemorrhage. In earlier lire he followed his Journalistic career in. Victoria, and at Broken HilL For many years he had been handlcapper to the B-A.T.C. and Tatter&alls Club, Bris bane.

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

Heals Eczema in 7 Days or Money Back Here te a surgeon's wonderful pre scription now dispensed by chemists at trifling cost, that will do more towards helping you get rid of unsightly spots and sfctn disease than anything you've ever used. Not only does this great healing an tiseDtic oil promote rapid and healthy healing in open sores and wounds, but boils, abscesses and ulcers are almost immediately relieved and cleanly healed. In skin diseases its action is little less than magical. The itching of eczema is instantly stopped: the erup tions dry up and scale off in a verv few days. Tfie same is true of bar bers' itch, salt rheum and other irri tating and unsightly skin troubles. You can obtain Moone's Emerald Oil hi the original bottle at any modem chemists. It is safe to use, and failure in any of the ailments noted above is rare indeed. ?

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

Some Stunning Examples of Underselling AT Mf *W ^F*fi| October Selling Campaign! M| A Big Grouping of Ladies' Shoes rf| 4%| I Brown Courts, Patent Courts, 1 fl b| f__ Brown Bars M H If __ f 11 on neat round toe last, finished with junior BB H If II ? I and hill Spike heels. 14/11, 16/11, 17/9 R II 1 1 ? ** Shoes for 10/11. ? ffij 5gflF ** 71 UNAPPROACHABLE VALUE &fl '11 Youths' Box Derby Boots / 'H Dependable sewn soles, leather lining. Sizes 2 to 5. I Patent Bar afl tffefc Black Suede I Shoes 1 *II t. -*«£ I H9 ^V ? with patent trim, on I Pump soles, firm sewn §? m I fmart toe shapes, full / 11 soles fitted wi A Flapper |f| m f 11 Spike heels. || heels. Marked down IS| ^ ^j Bfl Yesterday's Price 21/-, ** from 9/11. 12/11, 14/11. AflB ** To-day at ltf/11. 4 ill Ladies' Plaited 4 Of Ladies' White I ft' 11 Bar Sboes I V^' 11 Bar Shoes JL ^JL M.M. in various toning*. ^L fll El. with p'aited fronts, Sport ? A 29/6 Shoe for 14/11. and Flapper heels, 12/11 | A'|| Men's White Canva...

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

CLARE BACHELORS' BALL The annual bachelors' ball at Clare is one of the chief social functions of the year In the town. This year's gathering was attended try a large crowd. Including visitors from Adelaide and all parts ct the State. The bachelors entertaining were Messrs. R. Allen. P. W. B. Armstnna. S B. Armstrcng. B. N. Blrks. F. B. Br!ni- worth, E. S. Chapman. M. P. Chomlev. H. R. Clampett, T. J. Dee. J. Dee. E. S-. Dolan P Dunn. F. C. C. Fetherstonha'igh. J. A. Hardy. A. L. Hanner. W. J. Harm-?r. W. K. G. Harmel, T.. J. Harvey. C. A. 6. Hawker G S. Hawker. J. C. Hawker, R. E. H. Hope, jun.. W. K. Hope. W. Hopkms, J. S. Jeffrey, B. Klmba, R. Kimba. &.. L. Knappstein. B. J. Kaappsten. C. D. Knappsteln, K. H. Knappsieln. K. A. Laught J. M Lloyd. A. L. Maltland. J Maltland H. M. Marsh. J. T. McCarthy. A R. Ninnes. M. A. Paterson. W. B. Ran kln, J. Russei:. R. A. Scott. A. D. Simp son, H S:ney. D. Smith. G. S. Smith. G Wlen Smith, N. S. Smith. H. Soijels. B. J TUbrook. Mess...

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

H ^^^B ^^S ?? J&Y lodex possesses distinct character and high H ^^F aaa*^ HB /V merit. It contains the powerful antiseptic ?:i-B-fc#-wi-Miaa x3St U^^T^jr^Vt minor accidents and skin disorders. It quickly relieves itching piles. For free sample write lodex Co., 1 3 1 Palmer Street, Sydney. Mention this paper. A HOME SURGERY ! READY FOR EMERGENCY.

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

ATTRACTIVE WINDOW AT 'BIRKS' A pretty and most distinctive window liisplay featuring Nestie's new sixpenny ?Milk Chocolate 'Almonds and Honey' tablet, is attracting a great deal of at tention at Charles Birks this week. A dainty background of Wistaria blooms on a white lattice throws into strong relief the tasteful arrangement of the gold-brown 'Keystone' packets. Sprays of almond blossom, jars of clear honey, and a picturesque old-fashioned hive with a swarm of live bAs complete the display. Nestie's 'Almonds and Honey' tablet has during its brief career become the foremost favorite with the public, and is increasing in popularity every day. It is prepared from superfine chocolate milled to an incredible fine ness and blended with richest country milk from selected Australian farms. The bar is beautifully moulded in the form of six almond-shaped raised sec tions on a flat bar. and each section contains a perfectly cooked almond em bedded in a soft honey confection. giving an eating...

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

Alliance Francaise There was quite an atmosphere of old Japan at the Alliance Francaise on Wednesday evening, when an example of the classic No drama, translated into French by Kester Baruch, was given under the title of 'Quand Le Flambeau Ou Pecheur S'est Eteint.' The drama was produced by Alan Earkness (late of the Allan Wilkie Shakespearean Company}, who with screens, incense candles, special lighting for sun and moon effects, created a clever and artistic stage setting. As a prelude, Alan Francis played expres sively 'Lotus Land' (Cyril Scott). The characters were well chosen. Kester Baruch and Alan Francis as the Pre mier Pretre, and Deuxieme Pretre re spectively gave true Interpretations to their roles, and were quite realistic in their nautical entry. As the god Yama (wearing a wonderful mask de signed and constructed by Alan Hark ness), Frank Willoughby was most im pressive, and the dramatic role of Le Pecheur was most successfully sustained by Alan Harkness. Later in the ev...

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

WEDDINGS SMITH — LODGE At the Brou^ham-Dlace Congrega tional Church on October 3 the mar riaee was celebrated of Mr. alec Smith and Miss Iris (Mollie) Lodse. The brid-?. who wa6 eiven away by her brother. Mr. George Lodge, was wwned in primrose eeoreette. the 6kirt flounced with petals and with a short coatee effect. With it she wore a wide brimmed white felt hat. and she car ried a bouauet of blue flowers. Mrs. CamDbell (SandrinEham). sister of the bride, was matron of honor. She was frocked in Dowrier blue marocain and had a hat to tone. She- carried a bouquet in nrimrose 6hades. Mr. Max Sutton was best man. and the H£? C. E. Tapo officiated. Miss Elsie Rosslyn, cousin of the bride, sane a solo during the service, and also during the sieri ine of the register. As the bride left the church her small niece, Margaret Lodge, huna a silver horseshoe on her arm. A reception was afterwards held at tbe Grosvenor, North-terrace, where the Euests were received by the bride's mother end the ...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Legacy Club Bridge At Palais Royal [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

Legacy Club Bridge At Palais Royal The attendance at the bridge party last night in aid of the Legacy Club v.'as most satisfactory, the Palais Royal beinsr crowded, and £75 was raised. At 10.15 Lady Hore-Ruthven arrived, and was met by Mesdames Roy Burston and Harry Nott, and escorted to the president's box, where she was wel comed by Mrs. McP. Harvey (wife of the president). Those who ecsaged tables were Mesdames Britton-Jones, R. A. Lvons end Rymill. Misses M. Johnson. Matt'.e. Nicholis. J. Stanton, G. Temple. Wickstccd, Messrs. A. R. Allen. B. G. Annelis, R. B. Ashe, J. W. Bell. J. R. Bennett. L. O. Betts. E. P. Browne', P. G. B'.c?. A. S. Blackburn. E. C. Black. Dr. Burston. Messrs. c. P. But ler. J. B. Birch, C. Bath, L. Craig. S. Craw ford. A. Craw-ford. W. c. OaMer. M. A. Calvin. C. B. Cornish, C. R. Colquhoun. R. H. Chapman. V. C. Cave, G. C. Demp ster. E. E. Emmett. M. F. Ellis. W. B. Flannagan, W. M. Fowler, H. A. Flowers, J. M. Barvcy, R. Farmer. G. Forde W. D. Price. F. ...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BOWLS PENNANT MATCHES First Saturday's Draw By "DRAW SHOT" [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

BOWLS PENNANT MATCHES First Saturday's Draw By 'DRAW SHOT' Be pennant season win begin on No vember 7. when the following grstchft will lie iCayed: — Division 1.— Prospect v. Gawler. Hawthorn T. Unley Part, Sturt v. Adelaide Oval, Semaphore v. West Park, Grange v. St. Peters. Adelaide v. Toorak, South Park v. WaDcerrille. Alherton r. Loclcleys. Division 2.— Parfcside v. Norwood. Waiker Tflle v. South Park. Henley v. Adelaide. Gtenele Bed v. MiUswood, Brlehtdn r. Glsnelg Green, Hindmarsh v. WoodviHe. Jdarrratville v. Hawthorn. Tranmere v. ?Prospect. Dlrfslon 3.— Prospect v. Kensington Oar dens. Abattoirs -r. Unler Pas*. Toorak v. HarryatvUIe. St. Peters v. Payneham. Rose water t. Semaphore. Adelaide Oral v. Start. South Park v. Hallways. Norwood V. Parkslde. Division *.— loekleys v. Alberton. Wbod YiSe v. lfarrystvtne. Start v. Mlllswood. Q^eelfr t. Orange, Brighton v. St. Peters. Beade Park v. Toorak. TJnley Park v. Wai kerrOIe Kensington Gardens V. Paxkside. Division 5.— Tranmere v...

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

SOCIAL NOTES Conducted by Idra To ensure insertion, wedding re ports most reach 'The Advertiser' within a week of the ceremony, and mnst be sisned by both parties. Other matter intended for publication in this column should be forwarded as early is possible. All invitations and communica tions in connection with purely social matters should be addressed to 'Idra,' Social Editress. Mrs. D. Goring-O'Connell. formerly Miss Elva RosenthaU, of Melbourne, is returning to her home in India by the liner Mongolia, which sailed from the Outer Harbor yesterday for London. She has been on a visit to her parents. Miss H. M. Leary, daughter of Dr. T. Garnet Leary- of Melbourne, accom panied by Miss M. Clark, is travelling to Colombo by the Mongolia to meet her father, who is a passenger by the Strathnaver from Ijondon. Mrs. Pope, wife of Mr. H. Norman Pope, of Messrs. Farmer & Co., Sydney, is a passenger for London by the R.M.S. Mongolia. Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Mclnnes, for merly of Melbourne...

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

SURPRISE PARTY A\ COONALPYN Friends of Mrs H. A. Watson gave a sur prise birthday party at her home. The drawing room was decorated with sweet neas. the cift of Mr. Potter, sen., of Gaw ler. The programme included rm:slcal ' items, rhono^rr.ph splccttor.i arid spefebes. . A compet:t!o:i was won by Mrs. B-.llev. : A bir.hdv.- mke '.vas r.-ul- by Mrs. P.. V. ! Pottcv and. Mrs. C T. Gc^p. -?. Sin.iper w.is ] ?ened. Mrs. Bniicy ton i;c-h.-.:f of tho.-j : pre'ent) prcseiitud 'Mrs. Wit oa witli a sauciwicti set.

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

ROGER'S MACHINE-MADE PAINT Now reduced to 23/6 per gallon. Boy from your local Roger's Agent. ? *280-293

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