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Bridge In Aid Of The Blind [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

Bridge In Aid Of The Blind Mrs. W. T. Shanassy arranged a de lightful bridge party al her residence. 'Oshko.' Childers-street, North Ade laide, on Tuesday afternoon, in aid of the Royal Institution for the Biind. The floral decorations were artistically carried-out in pale pink sweet peas and crimson roses, and were arranged by Miss L. Barker. Prizes donated by the hostess were won by Mrs. Lyons and Miss Ethel Lloyd, Those present included Lady Lucas, Laay Kidman, Captain and Mrs. Clare. Captain French. Mesdames Bioxam. F. Lathlean. F. Chance. A. Everard, E. Bond, A. Wadey, A. Seddon, W. Green, J. McDowaU Deaa, J. Reid. Prince. Bailey (Melbourne). Eav C. Abbott. T. Gall, Laurie, Gibson. Bal ser. Acraman, T. Crase. A. Crase. Wiggan, Sprigg, weUman, King, McKay, Mel bourne, Cameron, B. Boss, Dempster. Bad ger, Cre^ser. Stokes, L. Kames. Borthwick. and Fletcher, Misses Bioxam. McTaggjrt Lloyd, Roberts. Hay, McDonald, Rarirlift. Claxton. Bverard, Harrold, Hussey, and £» Saunders.

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

CROQUET WILI.TJHGA. — At the annual meeting of the Wlllunga Croquet Club officers elected: were: — President. Mrs. H. Allen; vice presidents.. Bfesdames Hall and DowLlne: secretary. Miss . Blacker; treasurer, yi« Work; captains. Misses Hockney and Work; greens committee, Mrs. Edwards, Misses E. Blacker and A. Lasscock; selection com mittee, Mrs. Dowllng, /Misses Work and Hockney; auditor. Mr. Dunstan. The treasurer presented a satisfactory balance sheet. Mr. H. Allen was thanked for the help be has given in watering cutting, and generally attending to the 'lawn.

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
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To Help Goodwood Orphanage [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

To Help Goodwood Orphanage To raise money for the fete in aid of the Goodwood Orphanage, Mrs. Eay Kenihan organised a bridge party yes terday afternoon at the orphanage. The dining room, decorated with sweet peas, roses, and azaleas from the hills, was arranged with taoles for bridge. Those who engaged tables included Mes dames Tayior, Norih, Brazil. Baskeville. Bums, O'Connor, Briskham, Bice, O'IiOgh- lin. Rov.cic, O Brlen, Sands, Horgan. Young, Mahoney, Tobin. McGuire. Kenny, Moroney. Morris. Schroeder. Shalders. Walsh, Sher win, Eeid, Willis. Tennant. George, Sie bert, Lewis, Webster, Saunders, Hannan, Barrett, Hewitt. Mulrhead. Jeffreys, Ryan. RoUand, Churchill-Smith, Feeney, Parker, Pierce, Kent, Maloney. Meeghan, and O'Neil, and Misses B. McDonald. Brosnan, O'Sullivan, Healy. O'Reilly, Bums, fiooney, Fitzgerald, and Fathers McEUigott, Caro lan, McSwesney, O'Hara, Lopez, Brigland, Whelan. The prize winners were Mrs. H. Wllkln. Miss B. McDonnell, Miss I. Neate, and Mrs. J. Kllde...

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

Magill Sports Carnival A procession, carnival, and sports are to be held at Maglll tomorrow. In aid of the Maglll institute and library. The procession will leave the Tower Hotel at 2.30 p-m., and will be headed by the Maglll Viceregal Band, followed by decora ted cars, school bands, trade displays. &c Sports will be conducted at the Maglll .Oval, including tugs-of-war between lodges, gymnasium displays, basket hall, and races.

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CONCENTRATE ON LOCAL TALENT Correspondent's Advice to Port [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

CONCENTRATE ON LOCAL ' TALENT Correspondent's Advice to Port 'Magpie,' Sand well, writes: — The removal of J. Wade (from Berrl) to South Melbourne, and tbe Impending transfer of L C. Davman tfpom Salis bury), and T. Waye (from Berri) to Footecray, draw attention to the fact that the Port Adelaide Football Club brought five players from the country to practice and play in the recent final against North Adelaide. Four of these (Thompson, ^Wightman, and the Hender brothers) were from the hills districts, and Beer from Curramulka. Travel ling and other match and practice ex penses must amount to such a con siderable weekly outlay to country players that it is surprising that Port officials do not concentrate on the cheaper local talent With tiie money saved it could retain the services of Waye and Dayman, who should not be lost to the club as have been Wade and Quinn through unemployment. It would be interesting to know what Wightman's one game cost the club in fares, uniform, &...

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

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FOOTBALL QUERIES Answers To Correspondents Premiership Matches [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

FOOTBALL QUERIES I Answers To Correspon dents Prrm'ership Matches E. H. Morris. Hindmarsh:— The scares In tao pr.-m!er;liiT ma'ches In tae seasons vju mt:t:on were: — 1E23. Norwood. S.12: Narrh Adelaide. 6.4: 1925. Norwood. C.4: \ W;-t Tcrreas. 7.9. 1923. Sturt. 9.10: Njrthi Ade'?ld». 7.9. 1927. West Adelaide. 10.10: Nonii AtJe^lde. 8.10. 1928. Port Ade^ilde. ! 15.14: Norwood. 7.14. 1929, Norwood. 16.14; Port Adelaide. 10.9. 1930, North Adelaide. 9.13: Port Adela de. 9.9. 1*31. North Ade laide. 17.13: sturt. 11.11. In 1S28 the premier team. Port Adelaide. n!r-ed 19 Rames. won 15. and lost four: 1.601 points were scored by it and 1.353, ssEin-t. it. In 1929. Norwood played 19.1 ran 14. !o?t 4. and drew -cne; 1.702 pDlnts f?r and 1302 aralnst. In 1930. North Adelaide played 19. won 15 and lost four; 1.677 points for and 1.352 against. In the season Just completed the same team played 20, won 14. and lost six; 2 008 points for and 1.481 against. With reference to your question re eardi...

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BLIND WORKER THANKS APPEAL HELPERS Sportsmen Lend a Hand [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

BLIND WORKER THANKS APPEAL HELPERS Sportsmen Lend a Hand One of the members of the Royal Institution for the Blind attended the card evening at the Stock Exchange Club on Wednesday, and thanked helpers and subscribers for the way they had supported the appeal fund. The evening was an outstanding suc cess. The appeal organiser (Mr. H. W. Hodgetts, jun.) reported yesterday that sporting organisations had responded freely to the call for help to keep blind workers employed. The Women's Golf Union is organis ing a big competition, 'What Does a Csddy Carry?' Twenty-five per cent.' of the pro weds of the football match on the Alberton Oval on Labor Day will be donated to the appeal. A big boxing and wrestling pro gramme is being arranged at the Erchibition Building on October 24. by the Metropolitan Amateur Athletic Club. The military tattoo and sports next month is expected to return a large profit to the fund, and a 'Most Popular Association' contest is being conducted by the Junior Cri...

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

fl £ ] i^A I Store Open Today, from 9 till 9. [?] Flecked Straw Mode Only Shades of Fawn. __% #44 Blue. Brown. Saxe 11/11 Blue. Bed. Navy Uf I I and Black. ?1/ 1 I SNEYDS FRIDAY *' ? ? SPECIAL. 9/11 poet tree. Many dalntr shapes In large and medium bead fit tings, at very low price. 25/- Straw Hats Smart mixed 4 ft lf% colored Bough l'l /?_? Straw Hats, semi I # / H models. TJsuai'.y ? #_/ II 25/. SNBTDS ^»f W naniT special. Dress Goods 4/6 Georgettes 3/11 Hew tonlngs for smart evening wear, good weight, nicely woven, perfect draping. The shades ?re Tango. Sky. «»'''?«. Apri cot. Apple. Lemon, Lupin Blue, Fawn, Beige, Cardinal Hello, Rose Pink, Saze Blue, Flesh, Turquoise. Sea Green. Char treuse, also Black. 36 Inches wide. Usually 4/6. SNEYDS FBIDAT SPECIAL, 3/11 yard. 8/11 Crepe Satins 5/11 Heavy weight, rich Satin sheen Meal for Street Frocks. Good shades of Bottle. Fawn. Maize, Dork Saze. Havana. aim/wMi, Rose Beige, Royal, Nigger, Saze, Beige, Orange. and Cocoa. 36 Inches wide....

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ANTIQUE EXHIBITION MAY BRING IN £1,000 Closes Today With Auction Sale [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

ANTIQUE EXHIBITION MAY BRING IN £1,000 Closes Today With Auction Sale Providing the support of the public is maintained to the last moment, it i santicioated that Kuitpo Industrial Colony will benefit by at least £1.000 as tbe result of the Antique Exhibition at Anchor House, North-terrace. The exhibition will dose tonight. At 5 o'clock a number of articles which have been bought by, or given to. the committee will be sold by auc tion. Among them are many delight ful nieces of Chinese porcelain. s3ver, Sheffieli plate, bronze, and Stafford shire pottery, as well as a pair of old English orints. The auctioneer will be assisted by Misses Elaine Newland and Coleen Cudmore. who will disnlay the articles. Among those who presented articles to the committee are Miss Waite. Sir Henry Newland. Messrs. E. J. R. Morgan, R. C. Bald, and A. H. Champion.

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

FBOFESSIONAI. ENGAGEMENTS lit word* 1/ per inaertttmj A. ii. 1ERRY. absolutely champion motor In irrudor. first, foremost ever (ince. Inatrec tion vxtry day aad evening. — 105. Pirie-aU 4 CDOUVTAST. with maU connexion, i«kirea -»X negotiate with another, view eng^-e-uent or junior partnership. — 'Well Qualified/' this «-fik»-. ? \GEMs — SeJ to Traders and Storekeepers a ?,ji4*li£*-l Account Collecting System. 1&- rtrexing wo:k. Jtare opporcunirj Sac extrusive ulamun. Apply, statin; experience, 'Ad- j-ua«-r.' iji& i.-dice. A ^NL'AL Income Tax B»ntmf prepared. ^\. Monthly Sales Tax Returns lodged. Advice srw. — National Sen-ice Company, Begistered fTiniioa J-ra:c, 23, CrenleL-st. C. 6321. 1 Agent» wm:ed.) I I-ogKKija-lxu and Accountant^! Rapid in. JJ «irurtio3 by professional accountants, per fonaJr or by nujL Write or call. — Howard C liege. Duncan Building. Fanlclia-at. CAE Owners and prospective buyers do well take lew first-c-iss Lessons {ram A. E. Terry. It a thin...

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DO YOU KNOW [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

DO YOU KNOW— 1. How many words does the Bible contain? 2. How did an Innkeeper come by the name 'boniface?' 3. Why was Trotsky expelled from Russia? 4. Who wrote 'An injury is much sooner forgotten than an insult?' 5. By what name is England known in France? 6. How Austria came to be 6O called? Answers on Page 13

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

IN \mmm AND RETURN THANKS NOTICES Continued From Page 18 IN MEMORIAM HTLL. — In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on the 9th Octo ber. 1918. A day to remember, 6 id to recall: Dearly Joved mother, missed by us all. RJJ-. — Inserted tov her loving daughter. Tot. and son-ln-la'w. HEKZOG.— In loving memory of our dear son and brother, Alfred, who passed away on the 9th October. 1929. Short and sudden was the call Your sudden death surprised us all. Tis sad, but true, we wonder why. The best are always first to die. — Inserted by bis loving parents and sis ter, EUi HERZOG.— In loving memory of dear Alfred, who died on 9th. October, 1929.— Erer remembered by Cyrtl and A. Bush. j ? !_ JEFFEB.Y. — In memory of our late colleague, William J. Jeffery. died October S, 1930.— Inserted by Heading Staff. 'The Advertiser' Office. _ p KENDAIX. — In loving memory ot my dear friend, Harold, who was accidentally killed at Ardrossan. on the 9th October. 1929. Sunshine parses, shadows f...

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

ROGER'S MACHINE-MADE PAINT Now reduced to 23/6 per gallon Biy from vour local Roger's Asent. ?280-293

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CONTROL OF C.O.R. New Federal Appointment Canberra, October 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

CONTROL OF C.OJEL New Federal Appointment Canberra. October 8. The appointment of Mr. S. G. Mac FarXane. assistant finance secretary to the Federal Treasury, as one of the Government reuresentarives on the board of the Commonwealth Oil Re fineries. Ltd.. in vlace ot Sir Nicolas Locfcyer. was announced by the Prime Minister -Mr. Scullin) today. Mr. MacFarlane. who will retain his position at the Treasury, will begin duty almost at once. The new appointment is a direct outcome of the Goveniment'6 dissatis faction with the results attained from the operation of the C.OJ1_ and it is hoped that an outcome will be a closer liaison between the company and the Treasury. In the T-ast, the Government, although holding a majority of shares in the company, has been unable to obtain ae much information regarding the ramifications of the business as it considered it was entitled to. Mr. Mac Farlane. who is one of the senior Treasury officials, will keep the Gov ernment informed on a confidential ...

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Pop What About Sleeping? [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

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TENFOLD INCREASE IN SOME EXPORTS Freight On Wool Concerns Federal Members Canberra, October 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

TENFOLD INCREASE IN SOME EXPORTS Freight On Wool Concerns Federal Members Canberra. October 7. m the past three months, the ex ports of lambs and refrigerated pro ducts generally has been just tenfold the volume of the similar trade for the corresponding period last year. In ffrnlr|'g this announcement in the House of Representatives today, the Minister for Markets (Mr. Parker Moloney) admitted that an unprece dented demand is being made on the refrigerated cargo .space for all ships between Australia and the United Kingdom. He added that part of the increased volume of the lamb trade was due to the very good season for lambing. Replying to questions con cerning the freights on wool, as be tween Australia and the United King dom, the Prime Minister said that he had been in touch with the Oversea Transport Committee on the subject, and hoped to make an early statement. Members wanted to know whether the freight on wool had been increased from a third of a penny a pound k- thirteen-si...

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

OBITUARY Miss Sedley Towler. who since 1916 has been in charge of the numismatic section of the Art Gallery, died on Tuesday after a short illness. Miss Towler was a daughter of the late Mr W. B. Towler. who came to soutn Aus tralia in 1855. under engagement to the Government, as chief telegraph line in soector; later he became district clerk of Snowtofrn. Miss Towler was at one time on the staff of the Education De partment, and then became a member of the etaff of the International Har vester Company. Her love of coins began very early, and by her constant interest in their study she became known throughout Australia as one of the highest authorities upon coins tokens, and medals. Her professional reputation was enhanced as she spe cialised in the coins of ancient Greece, together with British and Oriental coinages. In 1916 Miss Towler became a member of the British Numismatic Societv and was for many years eor resDondin? member to the AustraMan Numismatic Society, and to trie Nu ...

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

1 £5,000 Interstate Purchase of Men and Boys' Clothing and Mercery Stocks -I All New Season's High Grade Quality Goods \ Thousands and Thousands of Garments at Extraordinary Price Reduction* 4 1 2 Piece Suits 3 Piece Suits Dost Coats Youths' Sac Suits Ready for Service Suits College Suits Blouses and Knickers School Outfits Sports Trousers Sports Coats Dressing Gowns Underwear Bathinjr Costumes Travel Goods | Ties and Half Hose Soorts Underwear Fancy Half Hose Boots and Shoes Fashion Shirts Sports and Tennfc fttfcfc' Pyjama Sirits Hats and Cape COME EARLY ? Secure Marvellous Bargains for Men and Boys w fl| ? A ? I ? I I i wfSi ? 9 P Jf hH 9 PA A 10 DAYS? Clearance SALE Starting TODAY I 89/6 to 1O5/- CQ/ft 1 Sac Suits to clear O57/O I 15S Sac Suite, Heady Tailored for Service in Ihi Twill Beiges. Theec fine 1 Serge Suite were offered by a Leading Mnnnfftnrer to Birka. 9 rang**, all I exceedingly well trimmed, some art milk lined. All mart Models in nm 34 I to 44 inch cheat. Excellent...

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RACE FOR RECORD ON FLIGHT TO AUSTRALIA Kingsford Smith's Tribute To Hill's Doggedness TROUBLE-FREE TRIP FROM ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

RACE FOR RECORD ON FLIGHT TO AUSTRALIA Kingston! Smith's Tribute To Hill's Doggedness TROUBLE-FREE TRIP FROM ENGLAND A fine tribute to Flight Lieutenant C. W. Hill, who would have raced Kingsford Smith to Australia last year if it were not for the accident which befell him at Atamboea, as he was taking off, is paid to him in today's instalment of 'The Story of the Southern Cross.' which gives a thrilling account of the later stages of Kingsford Smith's flight to Australia in the Southern Cross Junior. By AIR-COMMODORE KINGSFORD SMITH PART 17 OCTOBER 15. I wa6 now half way on my journey, and was feeUnij better than when I left t*'^'''* Now also I began to 'sit tiD' and crack on speed, for Hill was still ahead, and I determined to force the Dace to the limit, always, bow ever, observing the golden rule, never to take an undue risk. At Allahabad I changed over to a new set of Dlugs, and did not change them again until I reached Australia, Both in this and other details of my equipment....

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