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CONSTABLE DRAWS REVOLVER TO FRIGHTEN CROWD SCENE AT WEST-TERRACE [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931
CONSTABLE DRAWS REVOLVER TO FRIGHTEN CROWD SCENE AT WEST-TERRACE During a struggle with a prisoner who escaped, but was soon recaptured, on Saturday afternoon, Plainclothes- Constable T. Ryan twice drew his re- volver—which was unloaded—to dis perse a hostile crowd. About 4.30 p.m., Ryan, with Plain clothes-Constables Barrington and Connors, visited the Elephant and Cas- tle Hotel, in West-terrace, City. In the bar a man was arrested on a charge of indecent language. A struggle followed, and in a crowd which soon gathered the prisoner got out of the hotel. So that the police could get past the crowd, Ryan drew his re- volver. In the street the police chased the prisoner for a short dis- tance and when Ryan caught him there was another struggle. The crowd followed the police from the hotel, and some of them joined in the fight, try ing to rescue the prisoner. Eventually, at the point of his revol- ver, Plainclothes-Constable Ryan held the mob off while the man was bun- dled into the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931
1 BEAUMONT BLEND aix HOTEU BETTER Australian WHISKY APCTION3 AUCTTOS SALES OF DAIRY PRODUCE EVERY Fatn-Sra^ftTSfl^^iSrY .nd [?^ui^__ lTiwlwwor.Hl/ per taKrtion.l — ?A .E. TERIiY, absolutely champion Motor In- tlol ev^?diyaald 'SSEJ '^onTVr^or .all. and see for%ourcdf!-A. E. JeVry?'' " \th Typewriting Shorthand. Bookkeeping J*. Taught.—Miss Malesky. 17A, Pirie-st, Ade- laid*. ?A- & TFattY wishes everybody a b.ppy and A prosperous Sew Year for 1931. Learn motor- t>£T>-?.l-^ir-L.? Sbowcard, Pe^onal Sjyrsusr Jirffitffi^s: 307. Angas-rt. 'Phone 2070. (TSi^t 'P,^u^= Buola. Apply -Cliemist," this o?,f, F^S^^T^tre^o^r^Jir- rUlk? an^ Tm g T^?n n vv4 nnJL^r 'F'^SS.' VACASCIEB FOR BEStDEST MEDICAL ATOLICATIONS^^Ued nP to ? p.m.. SBfe-Ma^&rss^rss: posrtbly four). Salary, £100 p.a.. quarters, tta. Applirantj must state for what term u? to IS month, they are prepared to serve, and S^e^o^^.^ut^o^^ce^ 5S2iS* A" ?*-??—. ~*U one Wn.-Un.aiin.," this omoe. mm QUEES-S KATERNITT HOM...
MINOR ASSOCIATION UNITED CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931
MINOR ASSOCIATION UNITED CHURCH Premiership Points.—Completion of minor round—A grade—Edwardstown Methodist, 59 points; Prospect North Methodist, 23; Unley Methodist, 27; North Adelaide Baptist, 27; Norman Memorial, 26: Woodvllle Methodist, 23. B Crode—St. Cuthbert's "A", 52: Man thorpe Memorial, 45; TJnley Park Baptist. 35: Adelphian "A", 31; Hlndmarsh Place Church of Christ, 27; Maylands Methodist "A". IS. C Grade—Htndmarsh Baptist "A", 57; Thompson Memorial "A". 47; Walkervllle Methodist "A',, 37; St. James, 36; St. Bar tholomew "A". 19; Eosefleld Methodist. IS. D Grade Hlnrimnmri Congregational 63; TorrensvtUe Methodist, 45; Payneham Methodist. 38; Splcer Memorial, 36; Norman Memorial "B", 32; Adelphlan "B", 16. E Grade—EnfieM Methodist, 51; Good wood Methodist. 46; Norwood Church of Christ, 41: West HLndnxarsh Methodist. 37; Mile End Church of Christ, 30; St. Oswald's, 11. F Grade—Prospect North Methodist "B", 67: Norwood Mission. 58; St. Cuthbert's "B", 49; Unley Methodist "B"...
OUR COUNTRY SECTION REPORTS FROM RURAL CENTRES CALRENDON [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931
OUR COUNTRY SECTION REPORTS FROM RURAL CENTRES CALRENDON The annual meeting of the Methodist Ladies' Guild was neld in the vestry. Mrs. A. K. [?]Anson presided. The guild has experienced a. great loss by the death of Mrs. A. A. Harper, who was the secretary for 15 years and scarcely missed a meeting. Officers elected were:—President. Mrs. A. | K. r Anson; vice-president, Mrs. Thos. Ed- j wards; secretary. Mrs. T. H. Shlpway: assis tant secretary. Miss L Nicolle: treasurer, I Mrs. F. White: organist, Mrs. T. H. Ship- : way; assistant organist. Mrs. T. Williams; missionary committee. Mesdames J. Potter. ; T. Nicolle. H C. Harper, and H. L Frisby; social committee. Mesdames E. E Mitchell, W. G. NtcoUe, T. Williams and F. Powell: hospitality. Mesdames TAnson, H. C Har per and T. Edwards; sick visitors. Mes dames Smart, Lafferty. Mundy, Edwards, Lotlck. Spencer, Draping (memorial). Mesdames A. K. TAnson and T. H. Ship way. MOUNT SCHANK The water in the lakes and caves of this district Is...
PARKWOOD'S SURPRISE Narrow Newmarket Win GAY REMINGTON CROWD From "GAMBIER" Melbourne, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931
PARKWOOD'S SURPRISE Narrow Newmarket Win GAY REMINGTON CROWD From "GAMBIER" Melbourne, March 1. Although there was a good crowd at Flemington on Sat- urday for the opening of the V.R.C. autumn carnival, the attendance was not so large as usual. Comparatively few fol j lowers of the eport in other States found it convenient to make the trip. The lawns and beautiful flower beds are always attractive at Fleming ton on sunny days, and the I froeking of the women com pleted the picture. Black and white seemed most popu lar, but green and speckled frocks assisted in the color scheme. Although the V.R.C, like other' clubs, has had o reduce stakes, the added money for he classics, St. Leger and Sires' Pro luce Stakes, was fixed a considerable -ime ago, and a total of £10.909 was disbursed on Saturday. Of this sum £3,638 went to the owner of Mulcra who won the rich two-year-old race. Form of Adelaide Horses A number of South Australian Horses were engaged, and although Taurus. Merab, and Dou...
TRUEST WINS ROSEHILL HANDICAP Beats Favorite, John Buchan Sydney, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931
TRUEST WINS ROSEHILL HANDICAP Beats Favorite, John Buchan Sydney, February 28. The Rosehin races were held to-day in dull weather. Details:— MAIDEN HURDLE RACE Two miles ATTENTE, by Loren2o—Won by Walt- Ing (Imp.). 6 yrs., 8 st. 7 lb. (L. Hynes) 1 Keiene, 6 yrs_ 9 et. 9 lb. &lt;J. McCurley) 2 Chrysocolla. 6 yrs.. 10 st. 2 lb. (J AM ridge) 3 Others—Leotram (A. Ferguson); Unama (J. Saunders). Klma (H. LlT.yman), Scot tish March (A. B. Calahan). Lighten (J. Troy). Betting—s to 2 Attente. 7 to 2 Leotrim. 4 to 1 Unama. S to 1 Chrysocolla and Kirna, 10 to 1 Keiene. 20 to 1 others. Investments—Paddock. £252 10/. Divi dends (for 10/). £1 3/6. 13/6 and 17/6. Won by a length and a half- 12 lengths. Time, 3 min. 43 sec DUNDAS HANDICAP Seven furlong* TICINO. by Valals (imp.)—Pereskla. 5 yrs, 7 et 7 lb. (A. Williams) 1 Pavilion, 5 yrs, 8 et. 13 lb. (C. Ryan) 2 Panola, 5 yrs, 8 st. 11 lb. (W. H. Mc- Lachlan) 3 Others—Chide (E. Baxter), Aussie (S. Davidson). Ring Boy (H. Hayes). Tregilla (...
PARKWOOD, 16 TO 1, NARROWLY WINS THE NEWMARKET WELL-BACKED HORSES FAIL Winner Was The Champion Youngster of His Year S.A. HORSES FILL PUCES IN BRUNSWICK STAKES PHAR LAP AND VEILMOND WIN AGAIN FROM "GAMMER" Melbourne, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931
PARKWOOD, 16 TO 1, NARROWLY WINS THE NEWMARKET WELL-BACKED HORSES FAIL Winner Was The Champion Youngster of His Year S.A. HORSES FILL PUCES IN BRUNSWICK STAKES PHAR LAP AND VEILMOND WIN AGAIN FROM "GAMMER" Melbourne, March 1. Once more a Newmarket favorite has failed. The race, run in delightful weather and on sound going at Remington on Saturday, attracted 32 sprinters, including three from South Australia. It was won by the Victoria-owned Park- wood. A feature of the day s racing was that three or the six Adelaide horses in the Brunswick Stakes filled die places. When the V.R.C. lost one racing date a year. It was decided to transform the autumn carnival Into a three days' meeting. This was opened yesterday, when the Newmarket Handicap was the main attraction. TJsuaily the Aus , r tralian Cup is run on the first Tues - day in March, but that lonfi-distarce handicap will not take place until the third day—next Saturday. In the „ existing circumstances the attendance ?>. was quit...
AUSTRALIA'S POOR START IN TEST S FIVE "STARS" OUT FOR 89 West Indies in Strong Position Sydney, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931
AUSTRALIA'S POOR START IN TEST S FIVE "STARS" OUT FOR 89 West Indies in Strong Position Sydney, March 1. The West Indies are in a tre- mendously strong position in the fifth Test match against Australia. They declared their first innings They declared their first innings closed at six for 350. and then, send ing the Australians in on a raiu damaged wicket, dismissed Ponsford, Woodfnll, Bradman, Kippax, and Rigg for 89 runs. Grant did the correct thing in clos ing the innings He knew that his tail-end batsmen could not hope to score many runs on such a kicking wicket and he thought that his own bowlers would, possibly, find a spot and trouble the local men. But. although Martin was able to get some assistance from the wicket, none of the fast bowlers was particularly hostile, and their successes were the result of in different strokes. Ponsford's half-defensive, half-aggres sive pull to leg was taken by Bartlett, who, only a minu^- rt rnvmiiKiu harf been moved into the position. Kip ...
FOUND HANGING IN STRONGROOM Death of Melbourne Solicitor Melbourne, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931
FOUND HANGING IN STRONG ROOM Death of Melbourne Solicitor Melbourne, March 1. Early this morning Mr. Campbell Douglas, solicitor, who lived in Mitchell- street. Brunswick, was found dead in the strongroom of his office at 428, Col- lins-street. His feet were resting on a box, and his body was being held up right by a rope which was passed round his neck and attached to a staple in a shelf. There was a bullet wound in his forehead, and a revolver, from which a shot had been fired shortly before, was hanging from a string which was attached to another shelf. The plainclothes police at Bourke streefc west, who are investigating the case, have been informed that Mr. Douglas was working in his office until late last night. His body was discovered by the caretaker ol the building.
MELBOURNE MOVE TO COMBAT 10 p.c. REDUCTION CAMPAIGN COUNCIL FORMED Melbourne, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931
MELBOURNE MOVE TO COMBAT 10 p.c. REDUCTION CAMPAIGN COUNCIL FORMED Melbourne, March 1. Because the Trade Union Congress was unable to formulate a definite policy to resist the reduction of 10 per cent, in wages ordered by the Arbitra- tion Cou'-*. the onus of combating the decision has now been thrown on the UD'^ns i? *Uo "I'fFTPTit States. At a meeting of executives of affili ated unions held at the Trades Hall this afternoon it was agreed, "That this meeting forms itself into a campaign council for the purpose of giving effect to the resolution adopted bv the All-Austra lian Trade Union Conei-ess. having for its purpose the adoption of a policy to -es+ore the living R^rHords of the Aus ?rali'in wc-tePTS RDd for nressine for ward the demands for work or susten ance for unemnlove&lt;i workers able and -"'inc to work, bu* unable to obtain
FAMOUS TENNIS PLAYER HURT Former World Champion MR. N. BROOKESH IN MOTORING ACCIDENT Melbourne, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931
FAMOUS TENNIS PLAYER HURT Former World Champion MR. N. BROOKESH IN MOTORING ACCIDENT Melbourne, March 1. Mr. Norman Brookes, the former world tennis champion, was severely injured when the motor car in which he was riding with his brother, Mr. Harold Brookes, over turned on the main Sydney-Mel bourne road, near AveneL, yester day morning Mr. Harold Brookes, who was driving, was not actually injured, but suffered from shock. His brother and he were admitted to the Soldiers' Memorial Hos pital at Seymour. The condition of both was reported to-nistfit to be saris factory. to re- According ports received b\ members of the family in Mel bourne, Messrs. Nor man and Harojr Brookes left Albur at 7 o'clock yester day morning fo Melbourne. As the- were approachine : AveneL Mr. Harolc Brookes saw an- other car coming at ? a verv high spesd and in the centre of ' the road. To avoid a collision Mr. Harold Brookes swerved sharply to the left with the result that the wheels skidded in some soft sa...
MURRAY BRIDGE WEIGHTS Run Saturday, March 7. HANDICAP HURDLES [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931
MURRAY BRIDGE WEIGHTS Run Saturday, March 7. HANDICAP HURDLES Two miles and 13 chains st. lb. st lb. St. Tetit .. .. 10 13 Monreltb .... 9 2 Ooorallaw .. .. 10 10 Lannebel'e ..9 1 Aldyth 10 3 silver Arrow . 9 1 Dialect ..... 9 10 Count Valldo .90 Monarch Lad . 9 6 Nar Plume ...90 Make Baste ..9 5 Stormrate .... 9 0 Antope 9 3 NOVICE RACE. W.F.A. Five furlongs Oendorlc .. .. 8 11 Llsdoonvaraa .85 Green Ace ... 8 11 Marshal .. .. 8 S Our Pistol ... 8 11 Prince WhltHer 8 5 Seraphic .. .. 8 11 Kay Anton ..85 St. Brook .... H 11 Simon's Bier .85 TruitmUt ... 8 11 Wau .. ....85 Bier Rose ... 8 5 Communique . 6 13 Bold Wyn .... 8 5 Lady Cosmos . Cl3 Conarus .... 8 5 Magnollus 613 Denislenne ..85 Purple Prince 613 Deona 8 5 Quindoo 613 Joonboo 8 5 Fulmond Scratched Lady Losette ..8 5 AUTUMN HANDICAP One mile and a quarter KJrrkie . ... 9 0 Xpert 7 2 Araock 8 0 Kertemv .. .. 7 0 Seal Princess . 7 12 King Sam . ".70 Royal Note ... 7 7 Stmotta Belie" 7 0 Double Pop ..74 Ambah Scratched Designe...
White Section CHRISTIAN BROTHERS' COLLEGE V. PRINCE ALFRED COLLEGE. (At Rostrevor) [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931
White Section CHRISTIAN BROTHERS' COLLEGE V. PRINCE ALFRED COLLEGE. (At Rostrevor) Christian Brothers' College.—J. Rice, b. Jacka, 9; Gluyas. b. Jacka, 21; Whallin. c Turner, b. Jacka, 104; Safe, c and b. Wright. 10; Healy. c. Turner, b. Dawklns, 16; Eaulday, st. Turner, b. Wright. 9; Ryan, c Close, b. Wright, 38; Lonergan, not out, 1; sundries, 6: total (for seven, widcets). 214. Bowling—Jacka, thee for 46; Parker, none for 14; Delaporte. none for 22; Tren gove. none for 17: Wright, three for 68; Woods, none for 18; Dawkins. one for 8; Woolcock, none for 18. Prince .Alfred College —Woolcock. b. Ton kin. 29; R. A. Woods, c Healy, b. Ryan, 24: E. R. Wrigat. c. HalUday, b. Rice. 5; Dalaporte. b. Ryan. 5; Jacka. run out. 21; Close, c. Ryan, b. Tonkin, 50; Buttery. C Healy, b. Ryan. 1; Parker, c. Whalliu. b. Short, 87; DawiUns, c. Short, b. Ryan, 2; Turner, c. Halliday, b. Ryan, 6; Trengove, not out. 0; sundries, 29; total. 259. Bowling —Tonkin, two for 53; Whallin, none for 36: Siiort,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931
DREW.—On the Ist March, at the rafdence of her parents. 38, Maud steet, TJnley, Elsie Mary, the be loved youngest child of Comman dant and Mrs. Drew, of the Salva tion Army, in her 30th year. Peace fully sleeping. DBEW.—On the Ist March, at her parents' residence. 38. Maud street, TJnley. Elsie Mazy, the dearly loved and only sister of Mrs Hos kins, of Good-wood Park, aged 29 years. Besting. SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS L H. QURBAN, CEUTU'IEO OPTICIAN. OSLY ADDRESS— 31, RUNDLE-SREET Oppoaite Hyer1 * Emporium. Entrance next 6aTery*?. L47ac THE BANK OF AUSTRALASIA (Incorporated by Royal Charter. 1835). Paid np Capital £4.500.000 Bewrve Fund (nsed in the bnri ntn of the Bank) 4.475.000 Beserve Liability of Proprietors 4.500.000 £13.475.000 A dividend at the rate of 12 per cent, per i?Dam has been declared by the Court of Direc tors. An interim dividend, equal to 7/ per chare, was paid on 3rd October last, and 6/ per ?hare will be payable on 27th March to Proprietor* registered on 2nd March, ...
PENNANT BOWLS COMPETITION Toorak Has Firm Hold on Premiership GRANGE EXPERIENCES FIRST DEFEAT [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931
PENNANT BOWLS COMPETITION Toorak Has Firm Hold on Premiership GRANGE EXPERIENCES FIRST DEFEAT Ideal weather conditions prevailed on Saturday, when the fifteenth series of pen- nant bowls matciies was played; The leading team. Toorak. accounted for Alber- ton by 13 points (114 to 101). due to Leef s and Goudie's respective tallies of 42 to 23 and 26 to 17. Wright (30 to 18) and Clarke (31 to 23) were successful for Alber ton. South Park had no trouble with St. Peters, scoring 117 to 73, all Its rinks being in the ascendant—Mildren 34 to 17. Barton 30 to 22, Hutchinson 26 to 14. and Williams, 27 to 20. Toorak is certain of the pennant nag. Its present record being 11 wins and 3 de feats, with one more match to play. South Park has won 9 matches and lost 4, and has two further matches to play. If Toorak were to lose its next match and South Park were to win both of its engagements, the wins and losses of each club would be t?ie same, but Toorak's ex cess points are so far ahead of Sout...
PARTIES MARKING TIME Little Preparation for Elections [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931
PARTIES MARKING TIME Little Preparation for Elections Beyond the calling for Senate nom- inations by the Liberal Federation, due on March 20, and by the Country Party, little, if anything, has been done by political parties in South Australia in anticipation of a Federal election. Colonel J. W. Parsons, a member of the executive of the Country Party, said last night'that be did not expect that there would be an elec tion. He believed that Mr. Lyons, in the event of the de feat of the Scullin Government, could form a strong Ministry to carry on. Such a Ministry would have the sup port of the Country Party. The president of the Labor Party (Mr. H. Kneebone) said the local branch had had no instructions from headquarters about preparing for a possible election. Locally, no steps had been taken. There would be ample time to prepare when the need for an election arose. Attitude of Senate Senator J. H. Chapman (Country Party) found it impossible to say at present what the attitude of the ...
WORD GOLF Come, Let Us Be Boisterous QUIET TO NOISY IN 14 [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931
WORDJ3OLF Come, Let Us Be Boisterous QUIET TONOISY IN 14 A correspondent who Is a doctor 01 laws takes great -Interest In the -word golf. He suggests a problem— turn Quiet into Noisy. Here is a little relief from the dullness of the depres sion. We need not be hedonists, but a little amusement now and again Is necessary for every one. This Is a good problem, requiring rather nn Rules of Word golf a«:— Change one letter at a time, . making a new word in common use with each change. Do not use wi''E. abbreviations, proper names or dialect Each change counts one stroke. Take, for example, Head to Foot:— Head. Bead, Beat. Boat, Boot. Foot. Now try the problem. Quiet to Noisy; Bogey 14: — ? ? Try to work it out before looking at the Solution on Page 7 'Ovingham' submits the following for Chaos to Order: — Chaos, Chaps, Chops, Coops, Corps, Cores, Cares, Fares, Fared, Flrea, Aired, Aided, Added, Adder, Alder. Older, Order. In this solution 'Chaps' must be dis allowed as being a slang term...
BAROMETER AND THERMOMETER READINGS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931
BASOMETER AND rH£UfilOMETEB ? READINGS ? Thermometer yesterday 76.7 _ WKTilTlttTll Sbade Feb Dee 28 .. 76.0 27 .. 73 A 26 -.74.1 25 .. 100.8 24 .. 96.4 23 .. 87.6 22 .. 75.8 21 .. 70.7 20 .. 70S 19 .. 73.S 18 .. 94.6 17 .. 100 & 16 .. 938 14 .. 73.6 15 .. 82.4 13 .. 73.0 12 .. 103-3 11 .. 87.6 ' TBS, ADVEBTISEB BAROMETER March 2, 3 a.m. Time Saturday Yesterday 3 ajn ? 30.18 30.00 9 ajn. .. .. 3021 30.01 3 pjn. .. .. 30.08 29.96 flpjn ? 30.06 2928