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

BALAKUVA RACES TO-DAY. Special Train. Adelaide Depart 8.50 A.M. RETURN FARE. S/8. : ? H_ MURRAY BRIDGE NOMINATIONS CLOSE MONDAY, FEBRUARY 23 !-,-'M-v. ?: V, . -.1. !-? ?:*. '? ? : r- ?! \\'r^^Tl!' \'T^~R.: ?' ? ? ' '. :?.:?:--? -» io.' .!?..!.£— C. 1'. »;. 1 :..:.?_ U..: ^rj -a :. H I

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

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

lira* a ws*tt rows j II EVERY UNLEY, MALVERN. AND MITCH AN TRAM STOPS AT V JL HARPER REID* DOOR. ' ^^H£££9L ?^BjjBBHf WBumJ S^hS^P Ullllllfl n {THNtWONDERFUt. VALUE OAK BEDROOM SUITE, coraprbfa| WARDROBE. - ft f in. wMe, with Drawer In Bottom and MlmriaPP /r / RUBBED OAK BEDROOM, comprising WARDROBE, 8 It wMa: Ornitaf Table, 4 ft. wide, wftb Rbntof . Mir nr; PMtifiL with 3 Dnwm and Capboard and Fall- Ain f%*i I fe^cET^r^r. .r*.. *'!''.: £18/17/ OMLEY ROAD ? - — — UNLEY

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ATHLETICS ATTRACTIVE N.Z. MEETING Wellington, February 20. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

ATHLETICS ATTRACTIVE N.Z. MEETING Wellington. February 20. A record crowd Is expected at the ath letic meeting at Wellington to-morrow, at which the trials between the American. Simpson, and the Australian. Carlton. In the 100 yards and 220 yards win be the outstanding attraction. The Americans. Klser ard Bothert, and many of the best Mew Zealand runners will also compete. Carlton and the Americans were accor ded a reception by Wellington eports bodies to-day. The Mayor of Wellington

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BOWLS ST. PETERS RINK TOURNAMENT [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

BOWLS ST. PETEBS RINK XODBNAMBNT The seml-nnal games In the St. Peters rink tournament were played iaatnlght. The contest between Wells and Wheeier was even up to the eighteenth end. Then Wells obtained a four, and he was 31 to IB. He finally won by 23 to 18. The game be tween Hutton and King was also closely contested, up to the seventeenth end. Se curing a tune on the neact end Hutton had of four, which he retained at the maJ scores were:— Button. 21; King. Jesuits:— Treweneck. Williams. Bardy Hutton (VBtor Park). 21, d. A. j. Kins, Boyce. A. V. King. W. King (Hlndmarih). 17; Warfc. Withers, Lock, Wells (Prospect) 23. d. LbwU Blundell. PauU, Wheeler (Ken sincton Oavdens). 18. The final game be tween Button «od Wells will be played on Monday night.

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OVERSEAS SPORTING FOOTBALL IN BRITAIN LONDON, February 19. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

OVERSEAS SPORTING FOOTBALL IN BBITAIN tyotvym February IS. The IJsegue^-Wrst Division BlsrWuirn Charing Crass 3, lost to King's Ct.

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HUNTERS WILL NOT HARM RESERVES ADEQUATE PRECAUTIONS IN ARNHEM LAND Melbourne, February 19. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

HUNTERS WILL MOT HARM RESERVES ADEQUATE FaECAPTIONS IN ABNHEH LAND Melbourne. February 10. The Commonwealth Railways Com missioner (Mr. Oaban) has received re ports wflicb. express fear that the big same bunting expeditions to Amnem Land. NorttT Australia, in June and August, waich is being organisedjbytte Commonwealth Railways Depaitoent. will trespass on the aboriginal reserves of that territory. Mr. Gahan said to-day that toe par ties would consist of not more than ten persons, and the operations through out cbe tour would be under the close supervision of one of his officials. There was no need for the parties to encroach on aboriginal reserves, and adequate precautions were being made to see that they did not do so. In addition. Mr. Harry Hardy, who owned extensive property north-east of Bummoie. had already given his con sent to the parties occupying his land for the time they were in North Aus tralia; crocodiles were numerous, and there was an abundance of small game. DBUrnKQ...

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

WEDDING vv INVITATIONS SPECIALIT PBIMTga lisiiiw anf lYrrr * — Tha JUwrtiMf Primtiml Offia* Waymosat mtr**L »—e CaTW

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HEDGE BURNT [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

HEDGE BURNT About nttyswU or hedge byhtod Government House was degfroyed by fire shortly before 1 pJn. yesterday. Dry grass was being burnt off inside Use Government House yards, when toe strong wind swept the Ore towards the hedge. The fire brigade exttngutabed tbeldaae.

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DEATH SENTENCE TO STAND Svdney. February 20. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

DEATH SENTENCE TO STAND Svdney. February 20. The Supreme Court to-day unani- mously rejected an appeal by William Schubert against sentence of death for the murder of his daughter. Doris for the murder of his daughter, Doris May Schubert, at Little Redhead, near Newcastle, in December, 1929.

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MOTOR CYCLIST KILLED ' Coroner Says Death Accidental [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

MOTOR CYCLIST KILLED   Coroner Says Death Accidental Colliding with a motor car at the intersection of Hilton-road and Rail-   way-terrace, Mile-End, on January 24, William Ewart (66), pattern maker, of Park-street, Woodville, was thrown to the roadway and his motor cycle fell on him. He received fatal injuries. The Coroner (Mr. F. C. Slekmaan) at an inquest yesterday decided that his death had been accidental.     Mr. C. L. Abbott appeared for the driver of the motor car concerned in the accident. Christopher John Mit- chell, civil servant, of Prospect, and Mr. H. W. Martin represented relatives of Ewart.    

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CONNELL IN SADDLE AGAIN Sydney, February 20. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

CONNELL IN SADDLE AGAIN Sydney, February 20. The champion Jockey of a decade ago, Myles Connell, was doing riding work at Randwick this morning. He was astride Silent Bird, and in all probability he will take her back to Adelaide.

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£500 FOB LOSS OF EYE [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

£500 FOR LOSS OF EYE Before Mr. S.D. Ronald. S.M., in the Adelaide Local Court yesterday, Joy Constance Griffiths, through her next friend, Thomas Lester Griffiths, claimed £500 from William Cuthbert Oatway for injuries sustained in a collision on April 6. 1930, between a motor car in which she was seated and a motor cycle ridden by Oatway. The claimant lost an eye as the result of the accident. Negligence was alleged against Oatway, who pleaded not guilty.

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CRIMINAL SESSIONS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

CRIMINAL SESSIONS At the Criminal Court yesterday GUILTY OF SHEEP-KILLING presided over by the Chief Justice (Sir George Murray), jurors returned a ver- dict of guilty in the case in which Robert Phillips (47), grazier, and Al bert Hempel (34), farmer, both of Mor- gan, and Samuel Brobble (64), laborer, of Barmera, denied having wilfully killed, at Barmera, on December 18 last, a sheep belonging to Colin Weir Watson with intent to steal the car- case. Mr. R. R. Chamberlain (Crown Prose- cutor) appeared for the prosecution. Mr. F. V. Smith. K.C., with Mr. W. A. Rollison defended. The accused were remanded until Monday morning for sentence.

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CHARGE AGAINST YOUNG MAN [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

CHARGE AGAINST YOUNG MAN John Egan, a young man, pleaded not guilty in the Adelaide Police Court, before Mr. E. M. Sablne. P.M., yesterday, to a charge of having un- lawfully sold liquor near the entrance to the East-End Markets, Grenfell- street, on January 10. The hearing was adjourned until February 26. Mr. L. Bond prosecuted, and Mr. C. T. Gun appeared for Egan.

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TRIFLING OFFENCL [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

TRIFLING OFFENCE Thomas Miller, licensee of the Somer- set Hotel, at the corner of Flinders and Pulteney streets, Adelaide, was fined £5, with £1 costs, by Mr. Sabine, P.M.,   in the Adelaide Police Court yesterday, on a charge of having unlawfully per-   mitted an aperture to be opened be- tween his licensed premises and a to- bacconist's shop on January 16. A certificate was granted declaring the offence to be of a trifling nature. Mr. I. Bond prosecuted, and Mr. E. Millhouse appeared for Miller. A further charge against Miller of having unlawfully supplied liquor in prohibited hours on the same day was withdrawn.

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THEFT OF £20 NOTE ALLEGED [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

THEFT OF £20 NOTE ALLEGED Leslie Norman Butler, laborer of St. Leonards, was charged before Mr. K. R. Kirkman, S.M, in the Adelaide Police Court yesterday with having at Glenelg, on February 11, stolen a Com- monwealth Bank note of the value of £20, the property of Lindsay Richards. Mr. R. A. Lenthall prosecuted.   Butler, who was represented by Mr. P. J. McCarthy, denied the charge. The hearing was adjourned until Monday.

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MELBOURNE ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY Melbourne, February 20. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

MELBOURNE ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY Melbourne, February 20. The Melbourne Electric Supply Co. LTD., has declared a dividend at the rate of 8 per cent. per annum on the first cumula- tive preference shares for the half-year   ended February 28, payable in and from Melbourne on March 3.    

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GAGGED AND ASSAULTS Moneylender's Clerk Cracked on Head with Revolver Melbourne, February 20. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

GAGGED AND ASSAULTED Moneylender's Clerk Cracked on Head with Revolver Melbourne, February 20. After having gagged and assaulted a clerk two men stole about £30 to-night, from a safe in the office of Mr. Stanley C. Steele, moneylender of Nicholson- street, Footscray. The clerk was struck   three times on the head with a revolver     and stunned. The man who was at-     tacked was Gordon Dennis (21), of   Milton-street, Footscray, who was alone     in the office.   When Dennis fell to the floor stunned,   a knotted handkerchief was tied round           his mouth. Dennis had to have several     stitches inserted in the wounds in his scalp.  

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GENERAL NEWS SCRIP IN BOX MISSING [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

GENERAL NEWS SCRIP IN BOX MISSING When he returned to his office after luncheon on Thursday, Mr. W.C.N. Waite, auctioneer, of Grenfell-street, Adelaide, found that a brass cash box was missing from his room. The box contained scrip in the Army and Navy Stores and the Torrensford Golf Club, an auctioneer's licence, and bank   pass-books. The inspector in charge of the Criminal investigation Depart- ment (Inspector W. Nation) wishes the public to inform the police if they see anyone attempting to dispose of the scrip.

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