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CRICKET MOTOR TRADERS' ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

tRICKET yMOTOK fMtTOS1 ASSOCIATION ' ' DM aaml-flnali of th» Motor Traders' ^AsBodatloxi will begin to-morrow between -nooM * Bobertson (minor premiers) and i rurally -getiinan Bubber Company (third). ; oa «h« tOtell Oampany^s grounds. South ; *eraea: and Vacuum Oil Company and W. 5.JB, Bnrzord, IAd_ on the Texaco Company's %? ittmaa*. Bottth-terrace. TMms wm ' be:— Paaons & Bobertscn— W. B. BUI (eaptam}. W. S. HU1. C. Hill. ,X. Corp. O. B. KUlott. F. L. Parsons. W. Williamson. W. J. Tobln. C. Nelson. F. Kaatte. B. Frith. H. Stoddart (twelfth). Oanfep-fodrlau Bubber Company— X. Wwtrtn (eaptam). J. Whltford (vice). H. Baosr. C. Bonn. W. Taylor. W. MacNab. ? X. Barton. B. mxrm. iL Buttfield. E Oulg non. J. Fotxyth. J. Bavard (twe^th). Um pires. Kesns. W. Beams and H. D. Crocker. W..B. Burtord. Ltd.— T. Elliott (captain). D. Draper. M. Penile. M. Downs. F. Gal way. J. White. B. Burford. D. Stewart. T. Bower. 3. Treleaven. G. Pickering. W. Young f thirteenth). Vacuum Oil Company...

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CROQUET S.A. Association Tournament [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

CROQUET SJa. Assocation ToDrnament The annual tournament of the South Australian Croquet Association will Jjegln at 10 ajn. on Monday. Games hi the handicap doubles In A and C sections will be played at 10 ajn. and 1.30 pjn. each day, except Saturday, when the matches will start at 2 pjn.

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LAWN TENNIS YORKETOWN [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

UWN TENNIS \ TOBKElbWN TorkstowB defeated OakUnds by 11 sets M games to 7 seta 65 games.

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LATEST SCRATCHINGS Sydney, February 20. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

LATEST SCBATCHINGS 8ydney, February 20. A-J.C Derby. Adrian Knox Stakes. St. Leger— Khadlmaln. Ail cTicscrmrntn Silent Bird. Warwick Farm— HobartvUle— Khadlmaln. All engagements— Silent Bird.

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U.S. PROFESSIONAL TOURNEY BALTIMORE, February 19. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

US. PROFESSIONAL TOUKNET BALTIMORE. February 19. In a match here to-oay between the pro Mastonals, TUden and Koselu. TUden wan. ' TUden and Hunter defeated Kozelu and Bmmett Pare. 6—3 6—4. In the doubles.

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

ji \J|Ti#i a Valuable f \ j| ** *' /^/ZE. I, j: A new pastime for Motorists! : ? [ fl Instead of counting white torses or blade ? J J - H sheep, as motorists do in Sydney when J i J i ? travelling the highways, try this new diver- J \ ? ! ? sion, it is just as interesting and ever so , J ? [ ? B inach more profitable. Let the kiddies do it. ? i i ; During this Week End Trip : : j; k. /? COUNT THE CHEVROLETS ? | . . To the person counting the largest number ? J of these popular cars, in motion only, we J i will award a prize of four gallon* of. petroL ? J ? Competitors must give the following particular*: i [ . The ccuting place and destination of the trip J , -£-^&- ukent and total nuleagi covered. » I . _^ C° The registered number of each Chevrolet noted, tti^i The statement, written on «oe tide of the paper ^? Xt^ oolrt must bear name and ?iMrgw or competitor, ? ^ and must reach our office, 95 waymouth Street, * . not later than Wednesday* 25th February. THE JUDGFS DECISIO...

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

AMUSEMENTS THEATRE ROYAL COMMENCING SATURDAY, 7th MARCH, aQER CONSERVATORY OPERA GLASS Under the direction of H. WINBLOE HAUL. Ife tonjrmctlon with 9. C. WILLIAMSON, win present FOR ONE WEEK ONLY THE WELL-KNOWN UQBT ROMANTIC OPERA, 'MARITANA' (Composed by Vincent Wallace). ORCHESTRA OF 30. CAST OF 60. Plan Open at ABan's Next I Thorsday, 26th February. I WATCH PAPERS FOR FURTHER ANNOUNCEMENTS. EXHIBITION GARDENS U»w ? .. .. BEBT LKNNON. Ik New Sensation REVUE, GOtF, DANCING. Fob far Everybody, *M Pricw Lew tWn Tram Fatw. AMUSEMENTS ? Chairman, « Director. ? ?? - Sir Benjamin Pullet M.^.etnt Directors ? Bert Lennon. John Fuller Three Mighty Sessions Daily, 11.10, 2.15, and 8. «V*RY »*T CAN Bg ^^O^^S S*S#£SS3SSf- Ph°ne ^ COMMENCING TO-DAY The Unprecedented, Breath-taking Spectacle KING OF JAZZ WITH John Boles, Laura La Plante, Jeanie Lang JEANETTE LOFF, STANLEY SMITH, GLEN TRYON, And a Host of Stan. 10 BIG SONG HITS, 10 PAUL WHITEMAN AND HIS BAND ONCE IN A LIFETIME A SHOW LIKE THIS. W...

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

W* YOU CAM ^^Hst THATJF TRUE 4^^^^^^^^^^^H I THE DAUGHTCR^SL Dfldf j^tts&BSB^B^^^^^l H@^H^^B9ua ^M^HBniimy / st- ?jBSaj^Miy^Hns^^^^^^B Jsuft&va ^taSHraaW. ^a^ia^ia^E? isjfjo^^Xv^^^^l^Srtv'BS^SB^^^I^HBfl^^BB^^T^^^Is^l HER YOUTHFULNESS IS MARVELLOUS ! 'TTTiJS-- thai^s to her early discovery that the most im JL portant thing a woman can do for herself, and about which she is often most neglectful, is to watch the con dition of the stomach and bowels. She knows that the woman who fails in this is always half sick. Loses her looks, her youth, her happiness. And gradually goes from bad to worse, until she is that most unhappy of beingB— a Co-Ionic. So for herself she* has always had one simple rule of health — daily and complete bowel activity. When she feels the least bit oat of sorts and notes some stomach, liver or bowel irregularity, she . takes Chamberlain's Tablets. They are an invaluable remedy when constipation or a tendency V to that condition exists. \ A box of C...

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

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WHITE AUSTRALIA LEAGUE [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

WHITE AtTSTBAUA IiEAGUE At tl-e monthly meetlne of the Qood wood branch of the White Australia League, tt was decided to bold a ooncert on Marci IT, «t the Goodwood BaU. An address was Ktren by Bra. LyaU, and a bowls match, between the vtelton and Ooodwood. was won by the visitors by two points.

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PENOLA MYINGA HURDLE RACE Two miles [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

PENOLA MXINGA HURDLE BACK Two miles st. lb at. lb &*Smo :: :: VJESFfZ !ff. .* - MlssMagle .. .. 9 a Duch Doll .. .. 9 0 White Jan .. S 0 Discourse .... 9 G NOTICE KACE Five furlongs Alroy ? StlRhoda ? 8 11 LudWa . .. 8 USandust .. .. 8 11 norhsnaasle .. ? 11 Carawood ....84 Ttueowntt .... 8 U Lost Love .. 8 4 Zellste ? ? U Traitress .... 8 4 St Duncald .. 8 U White Dennis . 8 4 Dutch DoU . . 8 U PXMOLA HANDICAP One mile 13 chains Royal Now ..9 4 Bleia ? ' 4 Trireme ? 8 U Sirathalbyn .. » « KuflBrd .... 8 8 Alwar ? If Bai Road .. 1 U FLYING HANDICAP Six furlongs Trireme .. .. 9 w Afloat ? 2 1 Mjstone .. s iSRlBDnarta ?? ?? - « Adder Lea .. 7.1 Tower Bolt .. 7 0 Bonn; Oeen 1 U Queen Amants 8 3 TBIAL STAKES Six fur.ongs' -Multitude .. a lb Avies Queen .. » * Fledermaum 8 10 Queen Amasus 8 0 Fludovltch .... 4 1 Stoneneld .... 7 12 rrueownlt .. 8 i Oa^shlels .. .. » * Alroy ? 8 J Rhoda ? 7 1 BIGnWEIGBT HANDICAP Seven furlongs Royal Note . 10 * Alwar ? o » Trireme.... 10 I White J...

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SERIAL STORY THE ADVENTURES OF LOUIS DE ROUGEMONT [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

SERIAL STORY - THE ADVENTURES OF LOUIS DE ROUGEMONT AS TOLD BY HIMSELF _ We did not bring the dead monster bock with us, but next day a number of the blacks went over with their catamarans and towed the reptile back to the mainland, where it was Viewed with open-mouthed amazement by crowds of «H«i-r-nc natives. ' So great was the estimation in which my prowess was held, that little scraps of the dead alligator were distributed (as relics, presumably) among me tribes throughout the whole of the surrounding country. Singularly enough this last achievement of mine was considered much more commendable than the killing of the whale, for the simple reason that if sometimes happened they caught a. whale themselves stranded on the beach; whereas the killing of an alli gator wltb their primitive weapons was a 'feat never attempted. Bragging to Natives They chanted praises in my honor at night, and wherever I moved, my per formances with the whales and alliga tor were always the first things ...

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PROBABLE RIDERS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

FBOBABLE BIDERS Burdle Baee.— Oorrallaw. J. Casey; Aldyth. G. **trH?'P*l*1r Thaldes. E. Mcfor lane; Detachl, B. Fuller; Purlnga. F. Webb; Bob Marco, B. McKay: Count Valldo. C. Smale; Lady Mystic, S. Green; Sandaroo. L. Campbell. Novice.— Ashrose. B. N. McKay; Behe moth. SoJth: Lu Anton, P. Slattery; Pelops, E. Wright; Silver Arrow, L. Camp bell: Twofold. J. Hlgson; Bier Base. P. MUls: Bohtwyn. M. Bsny: Flash Two, B. Fleet; Remarkable. H. Hall; Sporting King, C. Badger; Unification, C. Oakey; Wood lace. E, Medhurst. Flying Handicap.— Flying Two, A Adam*; Anton Prince. F. Wright; Allerue. T. Spain: Dllkera. O. Pearson; Moluya, D. BaU; Good aa Gold. M. P. Merrlu. Some Seal. J. Kean; Cavelllna. O. Oakey. Warocata tJM*'l-T — Greek Gift. C. Pear son: Seal Princes. J. W. Byan; Mellurlan. P. Slattery; Great Chester. B. Medhurst; Prince Bamarco. H. Wilson; Two Stroke. J Hlgson: Abull. A. F Gilbert; Hesley. C. Oakey: Slmotta Belle. M. Merrltt: Wotana D. Hall. Trial States.— Enchantment. H. He...

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AMSCOL TURNOVER INCREASES ECONOMIC MANAGEMENT AND SOUND PRODUCTS DANGER OF CHEAP MILK [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

AMSGOL TURNOVER INCREASES ECONOMIC MANAGEMENT AND SOUND PRODUCTS DANGER OF CHEAP MILK Despite many difficulties, .due mainly to the reduced spending power of the public, a price cutting war, delay in the ad justment of wages, and a cool summer, the Adelaide Milk Sup ply Co-operative, limited. at its half-yearly meeting yesterday reported that its turnover bad in creased In comparison with the same period of the previous year. Shareholders who attended the meeting, which was held at the head office, Carrington-stieet, were told that under these present difficult circum stances they could no longer afford to keep cows. 'The time has arrived when the cows must be made to keep us.' stated the report of the board of directors, which was presented by the chairman (Mr. C. G. Morphett). The report added: — 'It has been a difficult and anxious period for the board, and has put an unpleasant strain upon the Amscol management to effect the economies in organisation necessary to meet the stress...

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LEAGUE COVENANT To Be Harmonised With Paris Pact LONDON, February 19. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

LEAGUE COVENANT To Be Harmonised Whin Paris Pact LONDON. Februarv 19. The Foreign Secretary (Mr. Arthur Henderson) stated in reply to a ques tion to-day, that t-»p Government had Informed the Secretary Oeneral of the League that it continued to support whole-heartedly tbe principle involved in the nroposal to bring the Covenant of the League into harmony with the Fact of Paris, and that it was ready to join wltb other members of the League in accepting the amendments put for ward by the first committee of the recent Assembly, subject to a proviso that a ratification of .these amendments on behalf of the United Kingdom will be made dependent on the operation of a general treaty for tbe reduction and limitation of armaments. Regarding the general position of the other meicbers of the British Com monwealth of Nations, he recalled the conclusions reached on tbis subject during tbe Imperial Conference, and said these Governments would doubt less address the Secretary General of tbe Leagu...

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ADELAIDE RAINFALL [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

AOTXJUDK RAINFALL Average annual lor sa yean. 2L0B. jtoesage raJntaa forte yean from Janu ?nr lto and of February. 1.44. Total nlnfaU trom January 1, 19SL to date, M. Total for corresponding period of 1930.

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THE RAINFALL [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

CTZBAINFAUL The following was the South Australian rainfall for the 34 houn ended at 8JC ajn. on Friday. February 20: ? North Plateau.- Barrow Creek, 30 pts. Upper Worth.— Port Augusta, 4 pts^ Wil mington. 5: Burella, 3; Orroroo, 3; Tongala. West of Murray Banse.— Hamley Bridge. Mount Iiofty Banges.— Teatree Gully. S Pt».; MrUng^West. 36: Tkaldla, 30: Olaren. WlUuhga, sn^^m, 4; Myponga, lfaimei nchs, 4: lOUbrook Reservoir, 6; Tweed vale. 3; Wood tide. S: Ambleslde. 13: Nalme. 9: Mount Barker. 10; Echunga, S; Mac cletfleia. 1: Strathalbyn. 3. Adelaide «alns^-Nortta Adelaide. 3 pts.: Adelaide. 5; Mltcham, 3; TTnley. 4; Bom Park^is: MagUl, 4; Trinity Gardens. 4; BouSooait— Fort allot. 4 pts.; Victor Harbour. 5; Fenneshaw, 1; Cape Borda. Tocke Peninsula.— ICaltiand. 4 pts.; Tortotown. 3: aittMwrgh. l. Unrray Valley. Munlngie. 8 pts.: MUang, 3: WeuSagton. 3; TaUem Bend, 11: Point Bouth-aKt^-KarooBda, S pts.: Peake. 3; Cooke's Plains. 8; Onnmandook.- 4: Ooonal pyn. S; Tinttnara. 3: Katta,...

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TURF NOTES Balaklava Races To-day [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

TURF NOTES Balaklava Races To-day For the Balaklava races to-day a special train will leave Adelaide at 820 ajn. Many Adelaide-trained horses win compete. The ?following have been scratched since ac ceptance time:— Ncvlce Bace— EthlaUe and Fine Quality. Trial Stakes— Ethtalle, Bonaestor. and Fine Quality. Flying Bandleap — Green Baize. Silent Bird for Adelaide Mr Myles Connell did not have much luck with Lindbergh, who was killed In Melbourne some months ago, and while In Sydney recently he purchased the ap propriately-named Silent Bird, a three sear-old miy by Magpie from Shut Up Oby All Black). Silent Bird Is expected to reach Adelaide by steamer In a few days. As a two-year-old 'she started nine times, and was placed only once — in t Nursery Handicap at RosebUl. In July, when heads only separated Tlppo (winner). Shylock. and her. Three Dividends at Kadlna The committee of the Kadlna and Wal laroo Jockey Club has arranged a pro gramme of six events for Its Barter Satur day meeting...

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COMMONWEALTH RAINFALL [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

OOMMOrtWaUUTH BURFAU. Tt» Xotlowlng waa tha Inter-State rain fall tor the 34 hours ended at 0 ajn. oa Western Aurtrslla.— San'B Greek. 7 pta.; Rullaglne. 7. Queensland.— Thursday bland. 84 pla.; Cooktown. 10: Oalm&. 12: Sandy Oape. 3; Noumea (New Caledonia), 1. New South Wales.— Wentrorth. 2 pts.; Denlllquln. 3: Forbes. 10; Jerrts Bay. 4. Victoria:— Borsham. 1 pt.; Cape Otway. 32; Melbourne. II: Omeo, 2; Wilson's Pro montory. 49; Sale, 40. Tasmania- — Hobart. 16 pts.: Brunl. 7: Cape Borell. 12; Zeehan, 27: Stanley, 3; Low Head. 4: ta-unceston. 3: SwnTifiefl. 9: Oat

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PROGRAMMES FOR TO-DAY BALAKLAVA 1—HANDICAP HURDLES Two miles [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

PROGRAMMES FOR TO-DAY BALAKLAVA 1— BANDICAP BUBBLES Two miles n-lb. 6 Oorallaw .. 10 8 4 Aldyth .. 10 5 I Thaldes .. 9 10 8 Detachl .. S 4 5 Purlnga ..0 3 St. lb. 1 Bob Marco 9 1 2 Count Valldo ... 9 0 9 Lady Mystic 9 0 3 Sandaroo . . 9 0 OORALLAW ? 1 FURINGA ? 2 THAIDES ? 3 1.40— NOVICE BACE. WJA Six furlongs 15 Antonalos 8 11 10 Ashrose ... 8 11 2 Behemoth 8 11 18 Lu Anton 8 11 11 Pelops .. 8 11 12 Silver Arrow 8 11 4 Twofold ... 8 11 22 Two rrtcta B 7 7 Bier Rose ..84 19 Boldwyn ..8 4 16 Conarra ..84 6 Deona .... 8 4 1 Flash Two 8 4 13 Llsdoon- vama .... 8 4 S Remarkable 8 4 3 Sporting Ktag „ -.8 4 20 Unification 8 4 8 Woodlace ..8 4 14 Dbonal ... 6 11 17 Royal Ster clan .. ?? 6 11 WOODLACE ? 1 UNIFICATION ? 2 BOLDWYN ? ?? 3 2.15— FLYING HANDICAP Six furlongs S Flying Two ? 0 1 Anton Prince 8 U 4 Allerue 8 0 5 Dllkera ... 8 5 6 Double One 7 4 7 Moluya .74 JOood as Gold . . - - ? 3 2 Some Seal . 7 2 10 Cavelllna .10 FLYING TWO ? 1 DILKERA ? a AHEBUE ? 3 UO— WFJLOCATA HANDICAP On: ...

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