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Monetary and Commercial AUSTRALIAN STOCKS FURTHER DECLINE IN LONDON BY THE CITY EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

Monetary and Commercial AUSTRALIAN STOCKS FURTHER DECLINE IN LONDON BY THE CITY EDITOR 'A. further muted depression in the market prices for peaces tor Commonwealth and States stocks is shown in this week's [?] quctations from London which U ? -attpear la this ?"??""" Onmmnn wealth I* rtmm I B per cent. 1945-75, £? jrtttftcoedto the extent of A percent, |*:,--?M?;lh? 6 per cent, 0831JGT shows I'Viin m Anther decrease of 7 per cent, 1 'tSEttat without exception, the Socks of ,; "tteAotralian BUtes show retrogtide g~ HMonents. -It is difficult to nnder- EL-- Sdadtiteieaaon tor such marked de m&3j?Jm daring the past week. There 111 ttjhlimi no further adverse political *V rifllliiinU fceyond the tact Sat no I'h BHBrio?^Ss^t been decided-m O^nafSemnd ot the ttwee-yeara" plan feyg F*3BB ?ITWTIJ ffl MHff : t)K fiwiucm &hq vy i?&? MMbMtfH* 4toab(foct to ccrtnin 6ondl* & teML ntafat Imww been expected to &i MBDBBk wC Uni USB HOG DcCv 80. i.v thai? In ...

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LOCAL MARKET STEADY VALUES MAINTAINED [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

LOCAL MARKET STEADY VALUES MAINTAINED The English wheat market on Thursday was described In private cable advices as steady but quiet one menace however stated that there was a better undertone. The balance of the cargo of the Barrdale. U5O tons. New South Wales February load ing, sold at 21/3 bags. 21/ bulk It was also reported that 5.000 tons out ot the Gralnton. Hew South Wales. February, had been placed at M/ 9 bags, and ai/8 bulk. Manitoba wheat was cabled at tmehaiured la price, with nothing doing. Resellers ?oM ?3 Ib. Boca Fe. April bllte. at 20re. Russian shipments thai week total 237.000 quarters, a decline on the week of 37.000 quarters. A private Liverpool cable advice stated that the Improvement In Argentine exchange and the expectation of Continen tal demand Is keening the market steady. Reactions are possible, but no marked de cline Is anUdMted. IJverpool futures snowed a decline at '.id. cental for all oosltlons. March desed at 4/5>,4. May 4/3?4. July 4/67 i. and O...

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THE BUNDLE-STREET PRODUCE MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

THE BUNDLE-STREET PRODUCE MARKET A. A. Brlce & Co., Ltd.. report on the 20th February:—Butter—The price of all grades or butter remains unaltered to-day, with steady demand. The higher price steady demand. The hlaher orlce for prime butter has affected turnover slightly, and owing to the uncertainty Bbout the exchange poMMoa. the dcm?nd for overseas Is not quite as active as for merly The maintenance of the present hieli values appear* to be not quite so certain, owing to a possible rpductlon In exrhanre. and a sllnht!? weaker wwttion ov-erreas due to !ess demand from the Con tinent. SiiDplle* of cream are keep're up very we.l Indeed, and It will pay "far ttp-= to mi-iT-raln their produuct'.on at V!\e highest posslb'.e level. Cho're?t qusl'rv bu'.k butter. IT"4 lb.: second-frrad?. bulk butter. 1/s'i lb. (sublprt to s*ab:ii?nrnn levr): prints and deliver? ertr?: dalrv butter {arrordlne to quality*. 1' to I'l per lb. Ere*—Supplies are smTJje. for an trade requirement*, and ve'...

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BARRIERS IMPROVE Investments Mostly Steadier [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

BARRIERS IMPROVE Investments Mostly Steadier Comparatively little buying support was forthcoming far Commonwealth loans on the Stock Exchange of Adelaide yesterday. but, in the absence of any pronounced sell- i Ing pressure, values for most Issues .held j fairly steady. Other Investments had light to moderate notice In a few inwtancu?, with the majority of movements in prices In favor of holders. Miscellaneous Indus- 1 trials remained quiet. Barriers responded , to the further recoveries In metal prices, but, together with other non-ferrous metal mining companies' shares, provided little business. In the gold group the chief fea ture was the continuance of the weakening | trend In values of the chief stocks. I The following table shows how yesterday's dosing cash sales compared with preceding ones:— Uses Commonwealth 5'A per cent.. 1933 .. 2/6 Commonwealth s>,i per cent, 1941 .. 5/ Elder ?mfT-Tr .. .. .. ?? >? ?? ?? .. 6d? Gcldsbrough. Mart 2d. B.H. GasTT ?. SJL Brewing .. .. ...

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OUR COUNTRY SECTION REPORTS FROM RURAL CENTRES [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

OUR COUNTRY SECTION REPORTS FROM RURAL CENTRES The caretaker's room at the swimming [?]and the clubhouse at the bowling club's Quarters were broken into and were indications that an attempt had vet* UMltcHtOas that an attempt had been aaflc to farce two of the front doors at tiw Berri Supply Stores. About 1/" CB caaa was taken from the swimming re ?srra mm and some Bathing costumes. — vt? >?..t TTT ..w of the District Council f^rnrnr'TlTr O K. B. Kunoth) stated at a BneSBKOt the District Council that Berrt SaAaSout 300 on the ration list. Clerical ?mlitYiiii to handle the relief work had bae?oauu theeouncU £2 per week. It ?m MM to discontinue that arrange ioent~wuti the result that the extra work ZZZiZ SSS. back on the clerk, who had aSsadsboated tti-t It was Impossible lor Stoto V-i-rfi* a without neglecting his | SrSnarr duties. It was decided to ?sk SrSSite iSei Board to regard the MrnttTauciri previous correspon- S2?L m amatter of urgency. oe?C* "" m "BaLHANMAH ._ ??— ?Mrfler...

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LEST WE FORGET "PLAT THE GAME" LIKE BRITISHERS To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

LEST WE FORGET "PLAT THE GAME" LIKE BRITISHERS To the Editor Sir—We are British stock. We believe hi ourselves, and our race, not noisily, but deeply, and really. We believe in the traditions of our race for straight dealing and the overcoming of obstacles by hard work. We are one of the Em pire family. The Empire is real to us. We do not intend to oreak away from Great Britain will never let us down so long as we "play the game" like Britishers. At present we have let the Government of our Commonwealth pass into the hands of men whose poli tical characteristics have nothing in common with those of the British race. It is time that British Australia woke up and resumed management of her own affairs. Commonsense, resolute dealing with things as they are is a British characteristic Visionary poli cies of Socialism in order to avoid reso lute grappling with hard facts are any thing but British—and are a royal road —I am, Sir, &c, HENRY HALLORAN.

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O.B.I. SWIMMING CARNIVAL [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

O.B.I. SWIMMING CARNIVAL Thf' Ojir Boys' Institute orjanl-a'.'.on Is making a drive to secure ::c«r m^mbe.-s. ar.ri w-fh t!:e object of advancing Its ^cia: ar.d spirting nrt:v:t:o- '..- hD'.dlns a series c-f ath:'V.c 'ven'-. The mem^ers have bpfn rJ'.'.d?d :r:T.o 'xo sections — rod, cap:a!r.ed by O .'?'?'.'.y. snr! blue, led t C Webber. A ipr:«- of 'wimmjrie evenw heid a: the L'::-v Cr-.-?V. Pen: !b'«-i r.'.ght resumed ':, J-.::-.-' ?v;:-.h:::: e-.r.-v race. In cluding t;.? :r.:» »v.-- rlnrr.p'. 5r.sl-.lp arid

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SLEEPERS FROM AUSTRALIA BILL AMENDED IN COMMONS LONDON, February 20. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

SLEEPERS FROM AUSTRAL! BOX AMENDED IN COMMONS^ LONDON, February 30.1-1 Late to-night in the House of CoOff *| mons a plea for tbe use of- AustnOb* :| hardwood sleepers in China was beanMi nnHng gig discussion on the' *^'ft*. ^V Tnricni^ify (Application) Bill. — - ' ja which was t*w^wfirfflg -of ueobjecS -l to which the uuemtufy of M,O00jMD^ might be applied by- the Board,:©! '= Trustees In China. . -T :- Tbe BID provided that the ma&y | should be spent In tbe purcbase-cjK£4 railway material in the United Ktnfc^i Mr. Boyce urged the extension ~ i&ii tbe clause to the Empire, thus ??£*?.-? abling tbe . trustees to purchase JO£?u trenail hardwood deepens from *Us--« funds placed at their disposal. He raid 'j Australia bad very rapidly built up a ? trade with China, in sleepers, and tbls/- was not competing with Britain. De- - spite the Internal disturbance! ? M -i China that trade- had increased fi f, four yean nearly 100 per cent. Ana- ^' trallan hardwood sleepers were...

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JOCKEYS FOR CAULFIELD [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

JOCKEYS FOR CAULHELD Following are probable riders at Caul field to-day:— St. Clalr Trial.— Dasher Dean, O. Phillips: Mosstrooper. O. Eden: Gay 6slute. H. Bad ger: Bay of Biscay, H. Morris; Flavaotus. C. Tates; Influence, P. Egan; Ormulu, B. Bones. Alma Stakes. — Autopay, T. Lewis; La Jus tice. J. Pike; Heroic Prince, W. Duncan: Millette. J. Baffaele; Coolac. H. Boses; Semltlst. A. Reed; Dresden Lady. F. Demp sey; Gynottar. W. EUlet: Viol d'Amour. H. Badger: Black Gnat. B. Evans; Sally's Bobe. W. Brady; Croblte, M. Pearsall; Wo r:etha. P. Egan. Woodcliff Handicap. — Prince Don. M. Perclvai: £3 Oey. W. Duncan: Stowe. W. Cook or A. Wilson: Pinnacle, B~ Lewis; Vellmond. M. McCarten; Induna, P. Demp sey; Tares. J. Baffaele: Nadean. A. or R. Wilson: Royal Smile, A. Bre&sley; Liquid Cry. P. Hyner; Cervantes. R. Evans; Quick Reward. W. EUlct: White Nose. A. Arma na«co: Kedale. P. Egan. Futurity Stakes.— Phar Lap, J. Pike; Mystic Peak. A. Raed; Wise Force. R. Lcw]#: Greenllne. J. Mu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

£200 CASH PRIZES MEGGITT'S f MUK PRODUCTION COMPETITION £200 I CASH PRIZES CAN THE DAIRYMAN INCREASE MILK PRODUC TION IN LEAN MONTHS? The seasonal reduction in the output of milk and its allied dairy products during the period from March to July annually is usually looked upon by dairymen as almost inescapable. The production of milk, cream, butter, and cheese decreases very considerably each year after natural feed begins to dry off. As a rule the peak months are August to December annually. The highest productive month is in October, and the lowest April, each year. - ; In order to demonstrate that this regular decline can be reduced, or checked, by the employment of scientific feeding of concentrates, a Produc- t tion Competition has been arranged by Meggitt Limited, manufacturers of Pure Linseed Oil Meal and Sheep Nuts. ? The Competition will commence on the 15th March, 1931, and dairymen :. will be asked to feed a small quantity of MEGGITT'S LINSEED MEAL with 1 the daily ration...

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PHAR LAP'S BIG PROBLEM TO-DAY Has Task in Brilliant Futurity Field V.A.T.C. MEETING Melbourne, February 20. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

PHAR LAPS BIG PROBLEM TO-DAY Has Task in Brilliant Futurity Field V.A.T.C. MEETING Melbourne. February 20. Many great horses have won the Caulfield Fnturify Stakes. and numerous champions have unex prctedlv foiled. VPhile few wW ex pect Phar Lap to suffer defeat. the task before Iiim is much more difficult than he has been accus tomed to. With his 20 lb. penalty. Phar Lap has 10 st. 3 lb, which, taking a line through the weight allotted him in the Newmarket Handicap. 11 st- 1 lb. Is about 10 lb. less *an he would have received in a handicap over this dis tance. He Is called upon to concede Greenline 9 lb. Greenllne's fine per formance in carrying 10 st. 8 lb. into Intlima Ivij^f tige south Australian Derby winner, and one of the favorites for the Australian Cup, who U expected to take a prominent put in the Wood cUff Handicap at Caulfield to-day. second place In a division of the Oak lelgh Plate last Saturday suggests that he will run1 a fast seven furlongs with 9 st. 8 lb. to-morro...

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RELIEF OF VETERANS Contentious Bill in Congress WASHINGTON, February 19. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

RELIEF OF VETERANS Contentious KD in Congress WASHINGTON. February U. The Senate to-day, despite Mr. Hoover's opposition, passed by 72 votes to 12, the Veterans Loan Belief TOT', to raise tbe loan value of adjusted com pensation certificates from 221 to 60 per cent, of their face value. The Bui, which has already been passed by the House, is estimated to cost 700,000,000 dollars. Mr. Hoover Is expected to veto tbe measure within 48 hours, but it Is vir tually a foregone conclusion that tue Bill win then be passed in spite of tbe veto. Senator Reed said— 'Why under hea ven in times of stress should we pour out money for tbe benefit of 'one par ticular group at the expense of every other group?'*

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NEWSPAPER SELECTIONS Sydney, February 20. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

NEWSPAPER SELrCTIONS Svdr.ov. F'Sr.iarv 20. M '? .. Har.clcap ? Sr-; d:vL-ion i— Gra- :.-... 1: H.-rrv Scurry. 2: Av:o.m 3. '....-:?:?. K'-ndlrap i_-cccr.i cIIvVeIlmi) — ' - '-i' ?:? . : Lord L-.iclur. 2 Roamaf. 3. Iiit'ltOuni Nursery (.nist division) — Sunny si-.v ar CirKiti:,:, :. C,r:.;( rara. 2; Tcvpic. 3. Inpleburn Nur-cry .-o,.-:-i -i!v^lon)— P-.-i'.r-oiy. 1: Ardecn. 2: Oi-;r.o. 3. Farm Stikr. ? Mo.id--.vd:.- :- Circus Star. 2: Dirt C'.ar' ^. Ocfleld Kar:d:r.ii-— S.3r..-v cicorge 1: LaiSv o' c:?.-- 2 fi.v.dfli.d. .' r-Srv..-i.-y H-.i-.S-'-.i^-Atrar. 1 iv-5i!ss. 2: laducrnir:.*.. r. Mmto Har.dic^ij— B:act Do-Jgias, 1; Tray moblle, 2; Crosulla, 3.

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DUMPING MENACE League to Consider LONDON, February 19. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

DUMPING MENACE League to Consider LONDON. February 19. A message from Geneva states that the Economic Committee of the League of Nations has appointed a sub committee to examine the dumping question.

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A.J.C. (WARWICK FARM) 12.30 (Adel. time)—MAIDEN HANDICAP (First Division) Six furlongs [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

A.J.C. (WARWICK FARM) 12J0 -AdeL time)— MAIDEN HANDICAP (First Division) Six furlongs at. lb. 6t. lb. WUlesden ... 8 8 Motive .... 7 7 Hurry Scurry . 8 4 Wlmergreen ..7 7 Commandant . 8 3 Gratlan .... 7 7 Dormle .. .. 8 0 MP ? 7 5 Snow Sun ..8 0 Jew's Harp ..7 4 Fuji Varna .. 7 13 Mam Crosse . 7 2 Bell o' The Scots 7 12 So Sweet ... 7 0 Carmlee .. .. 7 10 Air Glass .... 8 12 WaplU ? 7 10 Light o- Dawn 6 10 Durham Court 7 8 Autogo .... 6 7 Arcadian Maid 7 7 lz£S— MAIDEN HANDICAP (Second Division) Six furlongs Valmond .... 8 S Bernfly .... T 7 Maggie Bau ..84 O'Shaughnesay 7 7 Lord Dane ..8 0 Frog Skin ..15 The Ammonite 8 0 Mountebank .. 7 S Polar Star ..8 9 The One ... 7 3 Miss Miriam .. 7 12 Lord Lucius ..7 2 Crowquette .. 7 11 Observatory ..7 0 Bldan ? 7 10 Boy Scout ... « 10 Ooorabul .... 7 9 Appotenlc ... 6 10 Wolram .. .. 7 8 Nasturtium ..6 7 Roumah .... 7 7 L2S— INGLEBURN NURSERY HANDICAP Five and a half furlongs (First Division) Grenadier .. 8 11 Sogovla ....IS Wanderlust ..8 ...

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NEWSPAPER SELECTIONS "ARGUS" [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

NEWSPAPER SELECTIONS 'ARGUS' St. Clalr Trial— Knight's Favor. 1; Gay Salute, 2, Port Said. 3. Alma Stakes — Mlllette, 1: Gynottak. 2; Heroic Prince. 3. WoodcUff Handicap— Induna. 1: Prince Don. 2; Velimond. 3. Futurity Stakes— Phar Lap, 1; Greenllne. 2; Waterline, 3 „ Stanley Plate— First Legion, 1; Carry On, 2; Golden Arrow, 3. Hawksbum Handicap — Walvln, 1; Hold fast, 2; Merab. 3. 'AGES' St. Clair Trial ? Knight's Favor. 1; Star lsea. 2; Tammlt, 3. Alma Stakes— Auto Fay. 1; Mlllette. 2; Gynottar 3 WooddlBe Bandleap— Liquid Cry. 1; VeU mocd. 2; Iprtnnn. 3. Caulfleld Futurity Stakes — Phar Lap. 1: Waterline. 2; areenllne. 3. ? Stanley Plate— First 'region, 1; Santorb. 2; Golden Arrow. 3. Hawksbum Handicap— Dominant. 1; Holdfast, 2; Walvln. 3. ??HERALD' St. Clalr Trial.— Knlsbt Favor 1. Starlssa 2. Gay Salute 3 Alma Stakes.— Mlllette 1. Gynottar 2. Illustrious 3. ...... Woodcliff Handicap. ? Induna 1. Vellmond 2. Liquid Cry 3. Futurity Stakes.- -Phar Lap 1, Waterline 2, Oreenline 3. ...

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ROWING CHAMPION JUNIOR EIGHTS Five, Crews to Race To-day [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

ROWING CHAMPION JUNIOR EIGHTS Fire, Crew* to Race To-day Xbe rtMinpinn junior elght-oar taee ol South A-mnlla will be decided this after ? nooa at 3 o'clock, on the Port Adelaide Bin I Itae sculling rhmnnjmisrHii has only attracted one entrant, K. B. White acTfcort Adelaide club, who win 'row ova tt* CVD-mUe conn* to acquire the title. vMf» am win face the ?tarter (or the fcftr mot Itnu has drawn No. 1 posl fiLltaBUUb No. 2. Adelaide Ho. 3. S Mo. «. and Murray Bridge Mo. 5. ?; 1M M Is Terjr open, although Bern baa Mr Maht to Mart aught favorite* on . jyoaant of m recent rocewea tn country V fiSWWa^l. tt*'2ort*pr^5stnlUSew -- Mm tram that club lor some tune. Tor mm. sMppatteo an confident of again ,jBSft£ Murray Bridge haa a good M nrSk year, and the result of the race 4 ' tm*Sp Mana to decide whether the * jMfeSTtf Booth Australian rowing lies r«» country or the metropoUtan am. ONHr nets an the maiden four*, tub * jSBs, asd-tob flxad event*. : -^ftS^C^UuTtoon (bow). A. Waters, L. - ...

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V.A.T.C. (CAULFIELD) 1 (Adel. time)—ST. CLAIR TRIAL One mile and a furlong [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

V.A.T.G. (GAULFIELD) I (AdeL time)— ST. CLAIR TRIAL One mile and a furlong st. lb., 5 Starl&sa ... 8 7; 10 Dasher Dean 8 41 14 Port Said 8 4' 2 Knight's I Favor .. .. 7 11 6 Loquacity . 7 11 11 Valetudo . 7 11 8 Tammlt .. 7 11 et. lb. 4 Mosstrooper 7 II 7 Gay Salute 7 4 3 Bay of Bis cay ? 7 4 9 Flavantus 7 0 12 Influence . 6 II 1 Reddltcb .. 6 11 13 Ormolu . . 6 11 KNIGHTS FAVOR ? 1 DASHER DEAN ? 2 PORT SAID ? 3 1.50— ALMA STAKES Six fnrlaiux 9 Financial .931 14 Autopay . . 9 2; 1 La Justice . 9 2 20 Heroic Prince ... 9 0 S Millette ..87 16 Coolac .... 8 2 3 Semetlst ..82 4 Roadstead . 8 1 12 Dresden Lady .. .. 7 13i 13 Gynott&r . 7 U 2 Illustrious . 7 7 a Ireson's Bide 7 S 21 Viol d'Amour . 7 3 8 Black Gnat 7 2 17 Hellostar . 7 2 11 Tyrlum ..72 19 Sally's Robe .... 7 0 6 Mulcra ... 6 12 10 Croblte ... 6 10 IS Opera King 6 6 18 Vlele Or .87 7 Wortetha . 6 7 mUjLette ? i HEROIC PRINCE ? 2 LA JUSTICE ? 3 2.30— WOODCLIFF HANDICAP One mile and three furlongs 6 Prince Don...

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TO-DAY'S SPORTING EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

TQfokVS SPORTWG EVHTTS -?^BBjWl TTllT ? ''.'' -*-''- Vle * KHroxieus t. Kensington. *t Kendcg *? ? &s??». West TBcrena. at Budmanh. *, SSW'. Adelaide. atOnUr. „ V.- SBfrt v. OBlvetalty. at DnlMottF. ?*JHb? * -ort AaSald*. at OJenelg. tlmmSMmm. OMa^c. Bawthfrn t. Proa W* Sfir Aim Owirti Tratimnre t. Caen MlSSS Hiaim ITn-i heat dab cham ySSrtfelalde-WomenaWppea' raee and |~OraiS!rtSnett Bandleap (14 footen). ~l ynmri TimnTmt Bandleap (14 footen). -Vg-tg*tlei 4; Bbowaranuls— mter-dub aeml-nnala. ' r^niSrTtm rnairiTrtnmMr camltaL ?' jkm-, msntiin % aUrliMf. dub— Sweepstakes. %* Trptun Mmnirii and McKelvle agjre f ^sSnpoltta&lchamploatbip ?'^l-attw«g» institute— Quatterlr and oom ^ r SBBBspiiore— HmtA monthly. t?Mtfc« C^yrtogi .Oial ?artila Ught meeting. §S^&*»Ja-«peedway. ** - nn wuwwt—vu.vwMni btcci-. i 1» * - WMIH.,WM)gMMM

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TORREKSVILLE CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

TORREKSifU-LS CLUB The annual meeting of the Toirensvllte Methodist Croquet Club was held on Feb ruary 11. Mrs. J. Tiller occupied the chair. Officers elected —President. Mir* W. J. Rawllng: vlce-prcv.deni. Mrs. Jen nings; secretary. Mrs. G E. Relmr.r.n; treasurer. Mrs. A. Wi'.tiu^: captain. Mrs. A. Penhall; vl'ce-caDta'.n. Mrs. L Fischer.

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