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WILL SHE FEDERATION PARIS. January 6. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 9 January 1931
WILL SHE FEDERATION PARIS. January 6. camera was appraised of his sus- pension to-day when stepping off the train at the Gare du Nord. He re- torted, "I shall immediately prosecute the Federation fnr slander, claiming £5.550 damages." Mr. Leon See. the manager for Cam era, said—"When the International Boxing Union and the associated bodies learn the facts they will cancel the suspension immediately. The federa tion cannot suspend Primo. because it has never recognised m? it cannot fine him for a non-appearance, because, though I signed the contract, I was not recognised as his legal manager. The Federation, after promising us an aero plane to take us to Barcelona for the Paoling fight in November, said it could not supply a machine, and sug gested that Primo should take a boat. I argued, but the Federation said, It's a case of force majeure,' so I cancelled the Florence exhibition."
BARRIER COMMUNISTS AGAINST SETTLEMENT OF TROUBLE Broken Hill January 7 [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 9 January 1931
BARRIER COMMUNISTS AGAINST SETTLEMENT OF TROUBLE Broken Hill January 7 The attendance at the meeting of the Workers' Industrial Union last night was so great that it took place in the open-air stadium. Much interest was taken in the meeting by members, as it was rumored yesterday that Communists intended to move a motion that mem bers should refrain from attending the mass meeting of unionists affiliated with the Industrial Council on Friday next, when the council will recom mend the acceptance of tiie mining companies' offer. The matter of refraining from at tending the meeting was narrowly de feated. Communists organised throughout the day and urged, mem bers to attend, but they were defeated in the vote by about half a dozen. It is now reported that the Com munists will attempt to break up the mass meeting on Friday, but there is a general feeling that the Industrial Council will win. It is still feared that another attempt will be made by a section of the men to prevent members ...
PLANE CRASHES BURSTS INTO FLAMES PILOT AND PASSENGER INJURED Sydney, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 9 January 1931
PLANE CRASHES BURSTS INTO FLAMES PILOT AND PASSENGER INJURED Sydney, January 7. Although their Gipsy Moth aero- plane crashed, burst into flames, and was destroyed at Griffith to- day, Mr. Walter Lyell (the pilot) and bis trainee passenger (Mr. Hugh Peach), though injured, es caped the flames. Mr. Peach, who is secretary of the' Mirool Export Company, of Griffith, suffered internal injuries which neces sitated his admission to the Griffith Hospital; but Mr. LyeU, whose home address is Clover-street. Bourke. "but who is well known at Mascot aero drome, escaped with a few minor cuts. To-day Mr. Lyell flew the plane from Leeton to Griffith, and then a short flight was made with Mr. Peach at the controls. They landed safely, and Mr. LyeU again assumed control. The plane was flying at a moderate height, when Uie engine stopped and the plane hurtled downwards. The pilot was powerless to effect a safe landing and it crashed with great force. Mr. Lyell and his passenger had barely extricate...
VIEWS AND COMMENTS INTENSIVE LAND CULTURE OPENINGS FOR YOUTHS To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 9 January 1931
VIEWS AND COMMENTS INTENSIVE LAND CULTURE OPENINGS FOR YOUTHS To the Editor I am, Sir, &c., P. G. AYRES. Narrung. Sir—The Bey. S. Forsyth and friends deserve thanks for their work at Kuitpo, Of course, the scheme is a success only as an object lesson of what can be done in a larger way. It rs up to the Government now to ampliiy it and apply it to the thousands of unemployed men anxious to mate homes od the land. If the Govern ment ask for, and are willing to con sider, suggestions to this end, there can be no doubt tliat a method win quickly be evolved that will enable them to settle many families on the land without undue >?:rH?*iip to tbe taxpayer. There is ample undeve loped and partially developed land in the State with a good and reliable rain fall, very suitable for mixed farming, and lt wfll be chiefly by mixed farm ing that the State will be enabled to overcome unemployment and pay tts way. It la fatuous to expect our secondary industries to revive to any extent, ...
Good Prices in Wellinigton Wellington, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 9 January 1931
Good Prices in Wellinigton Wellington, January 7. At to-days wool sale, the catalogue of 19,000 bales was reduced by with- drawals to 18.000. Quality and condi- tion were generally below the December offerings. Bradford was tbe_fceenest buyer, there being a prorwmnced fatt ing ofi of German and nawa de mands. Prices for good sorts were r?li?htlv firmer, but low. medium, and top-makine wools were a fraction 'hr-s.yer. \ustiali.Mi Artist.—ln the Pins ex r tnl'itioti of pictures. "Ijaiirisca'jes Near Marseilles," by Miss Inez Abb ill. daugh ter of Mr. A. H. S. Abbott, of Bendigo. is attracting attention, says a caUe message.
Ladies [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 9 January 1931
Ladies Coming events:—January 11—Com- bined run to Silver lake. 13—Com- mittee meeting. February s—Anniver- sary celebration. On February 5 tbe first anniversary of the club will be celebrated. Tbe Co-operative Bakery at Port Addaide, have donated a birthday cake, and this evening's entertainment should be a great success. During tbe holidays a camp was con ducted at SeUick's Beach by several members, and all had an enjoyable holiday.
Premier Ladies' and Douglas [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 9 January 1931
Premier Ladies' and Douglas Coming events.—January 18. run to Mount Barker. January 19, General meet- ing. During the holidays members visited SeW-Ufa Beach and St. Kilda. Last Sunday a trip to Eeacllff. finishing wtth tennis, wae enjoyed. At the meeting held on Monday night lt was decided to revert to fortnightly runs and to Institute competitions, as was done en the runs early laat year. Prises will be offered. This will operate on the next run, which ls to Mount Barker on January 18. Members will meet at Gard Bros, at 9.30 ajn. Several letters from otber clubs, which had been held over on account of tiie holi days, were dealt with at Monday's meeting, and will be answered in due course.
MOTOR CYCLE NOTES AND EVENTS CLUB NOTES Levis Social [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 9 January 1931
MOTOR CYCLE NOTES AND EVENTS CLUB NOTES Levis Social Coming events:—January 11—Run to Mylor (combined clubs). 12—Com- mittee meeting. 13 —Social evening and commencement of pingpong tour- nament. 24—Week-end, Seuick*s Beach. On Sunday Uie combined clubs' nm will be to Mylor. Members will meet at the clubrooms at 930 ajn. A pen nant will be given to tbe club who bas tbe biggest attendances at tbe com bined runs in tbe future, and mem bers are asked to attend these runs and try and keep the Levis flag well to the fore. I'he first committee meeting for tbis year will be held on Monday evening next, and committeemen aie asked to be present. Up to date sixteen entries have been lodged for the pingpong tournament, which will start on Tuesday evening next, for which Mr. S. J. Lower has generously denoted the prize for the winner. At the conclusion of the pingpong tournament lectures and de bates on motor cycling wfll be given by members of the culb at the Tuesday night social evenings, end...
Glen Osmond [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 9 January 1931
Glen Osmond Coming events:—January 13—Com- mittee meeting. 20—Dance at Bridge water. The next combined run will be held to Silver Lake, Mylor, on Sunday. As this is the flrst run for which points will be given for the inter-club pennant which bas been given by Mr. Frank MitcheU, a good attendance from this club is anticipated. In view of tbe success ol the dance held at Bridge water recently, it is intended to pro mote another on Tuesday, January 30. Tickets are now avaUable and may be obtained from the secretary on request at 1/6 and 1/9. A camp was conducted at SeHick-s Beach during the holidays aad the captain, Mr. O. Langley, proved a cap able cook. ? .
AUSTRALIAN CLASSIC T.T. RACES ON JANUARY 26 [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 9 January 1931
AUSTRALIAN CLASSIC T.T. RACES ON JANUARY 26 The most prominent event on the motor cycle sporting calendar, the Aus- tralian, Tourist Trophy races, will be run on the well-known Phillip Island Phillip course in Victoria on January 26. There will be two main racaa, the solo and the sidecar events, and both will be divided Into three sections governed by the cubic capacity. Tbe first division will comprise machines up to 250 CrC. the second up to 350 cc, and the last up to 1,000 cc. The first prize will be £30 and the president's cup, while the placed men will receive £10 and £5. Division winners wUI re ceive sashes. Unlimited Sidecar Class Machines over 1,000 cc. will be al lowed in the open section of the side car event, which is divided into light weight (350 cc), junior (600 cc), and senior (open) classes. Prizes for this event are £25. £10, and £5. Entries close at 5 pm. on Saturday with the secretary of the A.C7ML, Victoria, Tat tersalls Buildings, Swanson-street, Mel bourne. The...
Atujara [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 9 January 1931
Atujara Coming Events:—To-night, 8 o'clock, blind run; January 11, 2 p.m., run to Waterfalls; January 13, general meeting. Following the great success of the last blind run of this club, another similar ?vent h?a been arranged. This wiU take .place to-night. As a large entry la ex tracted and the flrst taan ls to leave punc tual at 8 pjn.. members sbould assemble to Hubbard Motore. Urd.. at 7.30. Before leaving each rider will receive typed Instructions to follow, tbe winner, being the rider to finish with an average speed of 20 m.pJi. for the distance or ' nearest thereto. Trophies for winning riders and first lady passenger have been - donated by tbe president (Mr. A. N. Smith), and are now on view at Hubbard's Show rooms. Nert Sunday's outing will be a baU day '? run to Waterfall Gully, leaving at 2 pjn, 1 while tbe first general meeting Is set down for neat Tuesday night.
INCREASED EXCHANGE [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 9 January 1931
INCREASED EXCHANGE Higher prices are now expected on all Imported goods which will of course include motor cycles. All new machines landed la future will best subject to 125 per cent. ex change as well as 4 per cent, primage. With these points ln view and the desire '? by the public to economise, Hubbard Motors, Ltd., Grote-street, point out tbat i the advantages ot purchasing a sood second - hand motor cycle Is now greater than ever beiore. Hubbards state that this Is pro bably the reason for the Increasing demaud for used machines. ? To cope with this aide of the business > this flrm Is also desirous of purchasing as ; well as selling all makes of motor cycles. ? Catalogues, prices, and valuations can be = had at any time at Hubbard's Showrooms. Mr. Wal Murphy, secretary of the Motor Cycle C:ub of South AustraUa, wbo ia at present ln Sydney making arrangements for the visit of prominent speedway riders to tbe State, ls expected to return on Tues day.
OBTAINING BETTER PERFORMANCE HOW TO RAISE THE COMPRESSION RATIO SIMPLEST WAT TO ENLIVEN OLD MACHINES [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 9 January 1931
OBTAINING BETTER PERFORMANCE HOW TO RAISE THE COMPRESSION RATIO SIMPLEST WAT TO ENLIVEN OLD MACHINES Most motor cyclists who look on their machines as more than a means to an end have wished from time to time to get that extra snap and performance which makes all the difference between the sports model and the veteran tourer. theas Raising compression explained in this article is the best way to increase the efficiency of an old machine. Being the simplest and usually the most certain means by which the ama teur mechanic can obtain a little more snap from his engine, one often ' finds him removing any compression ' plates that are fitted, purchasing a * special high-compression piston, or I poring over the problem of how many millimetres must be machined off the ? cylinder base to raise the ratio by the desired amount. Where no compression plate is fit- ' ted the easiest way of putting up ? the ratio is by the use of a special J piston. In this case the weight and ' travel of the ne...
Indian and B.S.A. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 9 January 1931
Indian and B.S.A. January 10—Moonlight ran to Mount Lofty, 7JO. January 11—M.C.O. run to Mylor. January 12—Committee meeting. January IS—Cricket match with Atujara. An enjoyable samp was held at tbe ddb house during the holidays, there beine * good attendance of members, who were pleased with the way In which the camp was conducted. During the day members went boating, while the evenings were spent listening to the wireless provided by Mr. Charlesworth. Nest Saturday afternoon a working bee will be held at tbe club rooms to make various improvements, and all those at tending are asked to bring their own tools. Next Sunday the combined run will be held* to Silver Lake, Mylor. and those who Intend to participate In the run are Baked to meet at the club rooms at 9.30 sharp. There being no speedway meeting on Saturday night, a moonlight run wUI be held to Mount Lofty Summit, where an ex cellent view can be obtained ot tbe city. At the general meeting beid on Monaay evening It was decide...
INCREASED EXCHANGE RATE FURTHER RESTRICTION OF IMPORTS To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 9 January 1931
INCREASED EXCHANGE RATE FURTHER RESTRICTION OF IMPORTS To the Editor I am, Sir, &c., FRED O. HUNT, Gilberton. Sir-The average citizen in Austra- lia seldom troubles himself with finch Questions as international bank ex- change, but the decision of the banks here to raise tbe rate of exchange on London to 15 per coit. is a matter that will affect every buyer of im ported goods and every taxpayer . throughout Australia. It is pretty safe to say that the extra 6 per cent, in exchange on overseas remittances will mean a certain 10 per cent, increase at least an the prloe of aA imparted goods to the purchaser who boys retail, and a large increase on both Federal and State income taxes. Nothing that any private citizen can do can affect the question of pay ing increased income taxes through this cause; this will be absolutely un avoidable witb the huge extra stuns that both Federal and State Treasurers will have to pay to remit interest over seas; but it Is quite definitely within...
"MORALS OF ROME" DUTIES OF MOTHERS To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 9 January 1931
"MORALS OF ROME" DUTIES OF MOTHERS To the Editor I am, Sir, &c., DAISY MARTIN. Mitcham. Sir—Any true Christian is alarmed, as well as the Rev. J. Blacket, at the moral outlook. He is a true prophet, and we owe him a debt of gratitude for his warnings. Women of to-day have much to answer for, especially the mothers. Old-fashioned people dirsHk-p to see women copying men's ways, but nine-tenths of their objec tions are based, not on any undervalue ing of women, but on their great rever ence and admiration for a womanly woman as the fairest and holiest of God's works; hence the dislike and ob jection of many men to see a woman smoke. Seventeen years ago Professor Seeley, in his book. "Natural Religion." maintained that the English people had ceased t*? have any ideal for their chil dren. One m'sht suppose that most mothers have the same desire about their children that Oliver Cromwell had about his regiment, "Give me a man that hath principle,*' the strict sense of duty. Becaus...
TARIFF ABUSES CHARGES THAT ARE MADE To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 9 January 1931
TARIFF ABUSES CHARGES THAT ARE MADE To the Editor I am, Sir, &c., C. C. BELCHEK. Flinders-street. Sir—I had sent to me from the Continent, a number of price lists and directions, which the Government call advertising matter, for which I am charged 3/7. The weight is about 2 lb. The tariff is as nearly as possible one shil ling on each pound weight. Then there are a second tariff of 1/4, and a charge of'3d. for the Government opening the parcel; they call it (for the want of a better term) "handling.*' Is it any wonder we are the laughing stock of the Continent, and that reprisals are resorted to?
MINIATURE BATTLEFIELD BLACK ANTS AT WAR To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 9 January 1931
MINIATURE BATTLEFIELD BLACK ANTS AT WAR To the Editor. I am, Sir, &c., EDWARD CUTLER. Charles-street, Norwood. Sir, —On Tuesday morning I was greatly interested In what seemed to be a real war among ordinary black ants. The scene of the conflict was on a concrete floor, under the vines of a back verandah. My wife called me to see the sitcht. The place was like a human battlefield in miniature. About S ft. by 2 ft. of the passage-way was used for the struggle. At the time I saw it the fight was nearly over. Single ants were lying about apparently in death agony. The floor was strewn with pairs, and fours, and sixes, alii buncbed together, and motionless, seemingly dead. Here and .there two ants oould he -seen In fierce death grips. While rolling over and over they would collide with another fight ing pair, and thus make a traartet; a-*ain ano'her pair would roll into them, and a sextet was formed in a fight to the "bitter end." On a space of one foot square I counted 150 dead...
MEAT RATIONS CONSIDERATION FOR THE POOR To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 9 January 1931
MEAT RATIONS CONSIDERATION FOR THE POOR To the Editor I am, Sir, &c., W. ROBERT GREY. Sir—The master butchers are repor- ted to be complaining of the ac- tion of the Supply and Tender Board in respect to meat rations. With sheep at the present price (and they are not likely to become dearer), 4d- per lb. is quite a satisfactory price, and should show a fair profit over and above j working expenses. Whilst many butchers j*re giving tbe unfortunate a good deal, some are not so con siderate. A short time ago I saw a ticket for 7 lb. of meat ten dered. The boy said, "Beef, please." "No beef," was the gruff reply, and 7 lb. of neck and backbone of sheep, with scarcely a square inch of meat, was wrapped up and given to the boy. On another occasion I was asked to weieh a 7-lb. parcel of ration meat. I did so, and found 4 lb. of bone and 3 lb. of meat. I am surprised at Mr: Dickson's statement about "12 cuts, or serves to fill a 7-lb. ordsr." I realise the diffi culty of th 3 job th...