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WEST INDIES PLAY BRIGHT CRICKET 339 Scored in 250 Minutes Against N.S.W. Sydney, February 32. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

WEST INDIES PLAY BRIGHT CRICKET 339 Scored in 250 Minutes Against N.S.W. Sydney, February 32. Batting first on an easy wicket, the West Indies players gave a very bright display in their return match against New South Wales, and scored 339 In 250 minutes. Indeed, It was easily their best exhibition In Sydney, and It was apparent that they have benefited by their tour. AH their early batsmen dealt very effectively with the slow bowling, and so severe was the punishment that Kip pax relied for a. time upon his medium pace bowlers. Headley (70),' Roach (55). Ssaly (58), Constantlne (41). and Grant (36) an played confidently. Scaly, however, was the surprise packet. He was TrmMng his first appearance Inj3ydney, and his assortment of strokes and clever placing was appreciated by the on lookers. His most attractive strokes were made on the off. a couple of balls whizzing to the fence at great pace. Headley gave a classic display, but the greatest reverses of form ?were shown by Grant and ...

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Mile Record Broken: Junior Eights to Berri: Woodfull Still Batting: Young Sailors and Soldiers [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

Mile Record Broken: Junior Eights to Berri: Woodfull Still Batting: Young Sailors and Soldiers KOONDKE WAR FASTES in the D seventh race for [?] on the Port [?] on Saturday afternoon. E. Bennett is seen pushing her atone to victory in the choppy seas kicked up by a fresh sub-Wester. D. G. FISCHEB, who won the 440 and SBO yards events at the inter crab athletic competitions at Way wflle on Saturday in fine style. DISCIPLINE AFLOAT Is taaght members of the Hani Beserre as part of their drill at Port Adelaide every Saturday. KEEN SWDOONG was witnessed as the CHlberton dob's cuntnd on Saturday. Oar picture shows Jack Lawrence and Doris Hanson, who won the 220 yards chamiaoimhtp for men and women respee- WET BUT HAPPT. the Berri crew seemed Bttle the worse for the i roach conditions they experienced on the Port Biver on Saturday, when they won tho diamphm Jonior eights raea. 9IBT FLIES fren the track as Vie Hnxley, champinn spcednisn, opens the ttrottte irtdeTHe wfli learn for Enfland aft...

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TATTERSALLS WEIGHTS Bun at Victoria Park on Saturday HANDICAP TRIAL STAKES [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

TATTERSALLS WEIGHTS Bun at Victoria Park on Saturday HANDICAP TRIAL STAKES Nine fnrlongs at. Ib. 6t. lb. Two Stroke ..SO &U?. 7 11 Gratloton ... 8 10 Kthornway .. 7 11 Last Gun .... 8 8 King of Song . 7 11 Investigator ..8 7 Mary Bob .. 7 10 Lady Murleston 8 7 Monreltb .... 7 10 I Light Streak . 8 S Pistol Tuse .. 7 10 White Flag ..8 5 Nar Flume ... 7 9 Dclly Dimple .84 Ronaestor ..79 Unification ..8 3 £anta Mart* . 7 S Earldom .... 8 0 Woodlace .... 7 9 Merry Juggler . 8 0 Fine Quality .77 My one .... 8 0 Max Pistol ..7 7 Black Flag .. 7 12 Palasa 7 7 EClngstol .... 7 12 Seraphic .... 7 7 Solmos .... 7 12 CLUB HURDLE RACE Two miles Bumaldes .. 11 10 Gunstanl .... 9 7 Hesley 11 8 Bellum .... 9 6 St. Trtit .. .. 10 10 ThsJdes \. ..9 5 Paas By .... 10 7 Dross 9 3 Lcngwortlsy .. 10 S lord Primrose S 3 Oorallaw .. .. 10 0 Duke Simon ..9 0 All's Well .. 9 13 Huja 9 0 Bamorny .. .. 9 12 Silver Arrow . 9 0 Topsail .. .. 9 11 Btormgate ... 9 0 JUVENILE HANDICAP Six and a naif furlon...

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GREAT SWIMMING BY J. W. LAWRENCE WINS 220 TITLE AND BREAKS MILE RECORD MISS HANSON WOMAN CHAMPION [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

GREAT SWIMMING BY J. W. LAWRENCE WINS 220 TITLE AND BREAKS MILE RECORD MISS HANSON WOMAN CHAMPION J. W. Lawrence, the State 220 yards, quarter mile and halt mile swimming champion, was in grand form at the second of the cham- pionship carnivals in the Gllberton Pool on Saturday afternoon. After successfully defendinr his 210 yards title, he swam brUUanUy over a mile, breaUns the State record time by 10 3-* seconds. A strong south westerly wind, which made the water choppy, and retarded his progress when swimming from east to west, added merit to the performance, which-stamps him as the best all-round' swimmer the State has produced. He now holds every State record from 230 yards to one mile, and his time In the 100 yards championship, in which be was beaten by S. MedweU at the C&ley Crystal Pool on Wednesday night, was only four-fifths of a second outside the record. On Satur day he covered the last 200 yards of his swim in excellent tune, his arm action at the finish being ...

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WOODEND TOMORROW TRIAL HURDLE RACE Two miles 105 yards st [?] [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

WOODEND TOMORROW TRIAL HURDLE RACE Two miles 105 yards st [?] Phllmx .. .. 10 7 More Noise . 9 6 Truslock .. .. 10 6 No Favors ... 9 6 Betoyan .. .. 10 4 8alerttus ... 9 6 Bangkok .. .. 10 2 Lanary .... 9 0 Impartial ... 9 12 Solo Flight . 9 0 Lady Alowlek 9 U Nocnt 9 0 Red Blade .. 9 7 Vooo 9 0 WELTER PLATE Six furlongs Attraction .. 9 10 Melanle .... 8 2 Crowdel .. .. 9 4 Spear Lily ..3 0 Top of tba Royal Raven . 8 0 Mom .. .. 9 3IUshsp .... £ 0 Pecunla .,..9 0 Baeeland . .. 7 11 ClaroDgE .. .. 8 10 Celtic Cross . 7 10 Footsac .. .. 8 10 County Clare 7 10 Disney .. .. 8 10 Invlctus ... 7 10 Eou Mild . .. 8 "Flying Com . 7 8 Hazrat .... 8 7 Concrgc .... 7 7 Brockwood ..8 6 Dalgraves ... 7 7 Paquln .. .. 8 4 Radloscope ... 7 7 MAIDEN PLATE Five furlongs First Division Gipsy Fate .. 8 9 Lady Casnmore 7 6 Amourlste ... 8 0 Spearwort ...75 Sultan's Toy . 7 10 Wonlnea .... 7 3 Etsion 7 9 Piping Maid ..7 0 Sickle Lass .. 7 8 Captain Ster- Inflrmerle ... 7 8 Ugat 7 0 MAIDEN PLATE Five fur...

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WARRACKNABEAL CUP Lenader Wins by Length Whin. February 21, [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

WARRACKNABEAL CUP Lenader Wins by Length Whin. February 21, The Warracknabe al meeting was held to-day. Details:— Trial Handicap FLYING TRIM, by Cool- trim—Flying Up. aged, 8 6t 9 [?] (Ro- -ston). 1; Not Many. 8 ?t 8 lb. (Nicholle}. 2; Farms.. 8 et. (Tamer). 3. Only starters. Betting—s to 4 cm Paxtaa, 6 to 4 Flying Trim and Hot Many. Won by two lengths; neck. Novelty Poor Race.—BAINBOW GOLD, by Gold Brew—Queen Despise, Syr?.. 9 -t 6 lb. (Fisher). 1; Bublnette. 7 et. 8 ib. (Thompson), 2: Royal Princess/ 7 st (Moysy). 3. Others—Flenrette. 7 st 6 lb. Betting—3 to 1 on Rainbow Gold. 4 to 1 agrt. Bublnette and Royal Princess. S to 1 Flenrette. Won "by two ifngtlw; lour lengths. Warracknabeal Cup.—LENADER, by Red Efemts-^Oy Be&a, aged. 7 st 10 lb. (Boom). 1: Wongavale. 7 et. 10 to. (Tur ner), 2; Rlsoa, S at. (Rolston), 3. Others —All Sunshine, 8 st. 11 lb.; Stage Light. 8 st. 2 lb.; Barrlma. 7-st. 13 lb. Betting— 6 to 4 Wangovale. 2 to 1 Barrlma. 4 to 1 R'lSsoh. S to 1 Lenader and...

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FAVORITES DEAO-HEAT EXCITING TRIALS AT BELMONT PARK Perth, February 21 [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

FAVORITES DEAO-HEAT EXCITING TRIALS AT BELMONT PARK Perth, February 21 The Bctmonl Park dub lielil % meeting I to-day. Ttt? tncfc was good. OetsUs:—l VB9XBAUAN HAKDIC&P 1 Seven furlongs and a half ATBVIUB OBEE2J. by Ayrvllle—Kiss Green. 8 c*. 4 lb. (L. TuzTord) 1 Golden MUo. ? st. 13 lb. (J. Jennings) 2 Tanadale. 7 St. 9 lb. (A. Graham) .. .. 3 Others—Buxangoa. My Crest, Threse. Cob rason, Crester. Misted. Nurdy Tana. Baydor. Sport BoyaU Ergo Fash. Best Cure. Betting—3 to 1 ?ty Crest, S to 3 AyrvlUe Green. 8 to 1 Tanadale, 14 to 1 Golden Kile. Dividends (for 5/)— Straight-out, Cl 8/; Place, 10/. £2 1/. and £1 5/. Waa by three-quarters at a, length: simi lar. Time. 1 mln. 35 3-5 sec BELMONT PLATE Six turlongs TBB8BAKI&. by Three-Pojynymnla. B st. 8 lb. (O. Oliver) l Eoorsthalla. 8 st. 5 lb. (A. Cooper) .. .. 2 Keenedge. 8 St. 8 Jb. (J. Corry) 3 Other*—Adoradale. Silver Prince. Conquer. Chrysophrta, Golden Wheat, Milarol, JoUy Postman. John Bradbury. Betting—S to 2 Koo...

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DUTCH DOLL PAYS £35 19/ AT PENOLA HURDLE WINNER DISQUALIFIED Penola. February 21. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

DUTCH DOLL PAYS £35 19/ AT PENOLA HURDLE WINNER DISQUALIFIED Penola. February 21. Excellent racing was witnessed to-day, when the local club conducted one of Its most successful meetings tor yean. The gate receipts were only £42 10/. com- pared with £88 17/8 last year, but the dif ference was lancdy accounted for by tbe substantial rtdorUm In admission fees and the increased vttm i?Kfn^>**p The totallsator handled £780 10/. compared with £020 last year. The Hurdle Bace was won oomlojtaily by lOss Magic, but -as she had run oC halfway through the race a protest by the conneeUoos of St. Elmo was upheld. JUss ***r^" was disqualified, and tha rider. H. Shepherd, was lined £2 and cautioned by the stewards for continuing In tbe race Tharcooi brake down and finished a longl way back. Buckingham, elder of Dis course, bad a lucky escape when bis mount fell at tbe flirt lump. *rtiy HlgbwelghS yr?n<Hmp was the event of tbe day. Bonny Deen and Dutch Doll having a great battle over...

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BROADCASTING 5CL—4O9 Metres [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

BROADCASTING 5CL— 4O9 Metres 7JO to 830— News and musical Items. 11 —Dally service. 11.10—Morning music 1130—Women's session. 11.45—Music. 1— Commercial, news. IZ3O to 4.3o—Descrip tion of Sheffield shield match from Ade laide Oval, and musical and news items from studio. 430—Close down. s.so—Stump cricket scores, and last minute description from Adelaide Oval. 6 —Children's session. 630—Music. 7— Sporting, commercial, news. 725—Boys' Club. B—Special programme by Nuriootpa Choral Society. ?—lntermission for the fanner. 9.2—Special programme. 10.15— Sporting, news. 1030—Dance music. 11 — Close down.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

TO CORRESPONDENTS Headers are Invited to ask tor in- formation on an; subject. An answer will be published Id this column as early as possible. Be- cipes will be answered In the Woman's World Section on Wed nesdays, nesdays. "Currants.*' Kent Town, and "Amateur Gardener."—To nuke raisins the grapes should be fully ripe and quite sound. Re move all damaged berries from the bunches. The best sorts are muscatels, but any good fleshy grape will do. Dip the bunches for a few seconds in a boiling hnt lye. made by dissolving 1 lb. of Greenbank's caustic ecda in IS to 20 gallons of water (smaller Quantities may be made up lr same proportion). Pour a little parr olive oU on the surface of the lye. and tike care not to dip too long. Then spread on wooden trays to dry In the sun. turning the fruit every day and carefully cover- Ins up every night, talcing core that It does not get damp. The fruit Is suffi ciently dry when no moisture can te squeezed from It. but it should not. be hard. Pack cl...

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THREE CHARGES [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

THREE CHARGES Rupert Ferguson, Leslie Tostevin, and a younger boy were charged before Mr. W. Hall. S.M.. in the Children's Court on Saturday with having on January 26. at Glenelg, unlawfully used a motor car. the property of Elder, Smith and Co. Another charge of the larceny of a kit bag and contents, rug. and various articles to the value of £20 was also preferred. Ferguson, who was repre sented by Mr. C. J. Philcox. pleaded not guilty. After formal evidence had been heard, the case was adjourned until Friday. Tostevin and the younger boy pleaded guilty to a charge of having been in unlawful possession of a quantity of fuze, detonators, and gelignite. They were remanded until Friday.

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UNREGISTERED PISTOL [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

UNREGISTERED PISTOL Ernest Charles Dost, a young man, was fined £10. with 15/ costs, in de- fault 14 days' imprisonment, by Mr. E. M. Sabine. P3JL. in the Adelaide Police Court on Saturday on a charge of hav ing unlawfully carried a pistol with out a licence. The Police Prosecutor (Mr. B. A. Lenthall) stated that the defendant entered a secondhand shop in the city on Friday and attempted to sell the weapon.

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AUSTRALIA'S STANDING ABROAD NOTES VALUELESS IN COLOMBO Capital Made of Repudiation Talk [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

AUSTRALIA'S STANDING ABROAD NOTES VALUELESS IN COLOMBO Capital Made of Repudiation Talk "I was dismayed by the way in which Australian money was regarded in Port Said and Colombo. The natives re- fused to take Australian currency. They were offering it lor sale in the streets." said Mr. Nat Solomons, a director of Union Theatres Ltd., when he arrived at Outer Harbor on Satur day after touring England and the con tinent for 12 months. In Colombo, he added, £1 7/6 could be obtained for an English pound note, but goods could not be bought with Australian money. In England finan ciers and investors continually sought information regarding Australia. Many Australians in London were panic stricken at the increase in the exchange rate, and the shortage of money. Mr. E. Collins. Comn%?nwealth attor ney fqr W. & A. Gilbey, gin disOllers, considers that the standing of Aus tralia abroad would be infinitely better if certain members of Parliament did not make foolish utterances concern...

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METAL PRICES [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

METAL PRICES The following are the latest middle prices of metals on the London market:—Capper (standard, spot). £46 17/6: (forward). £46 16/101 i: (best selected), £48 17/6; (electro- lytic, spot). £49 10/; (forward). £50; lead (spot), £14 3/9; (forward). £14 5/; spel ter (spot), £13 2/6; (forward). £13 6/3; tin (spot). £122 17/6: (forward). £124 6/3: silver (standard, spot). 1/0 3-16; (forward!, 1/0 1-16; (fine, spot). 1/1 1-8; (forward). 1/1. Further advances were registered In lead, spot, 6/3; forward. 5/: spelter, spot, 6/3; forward, 5/: tin, spot and forward, 30/; and electrolytic copper, spot and forward. 5/: but easlngs occurred In standard cop per, spot, T/ztL: forward. 1/3: standard sil ver, spot and forward, '.id.: fine, spot, 5-16 d.; and forward. '.id. MELBOOBNE. February 22. Official London metal quotations (middle prices) on February 20 were:—Pig Iron, borne cxade and export. £2 18/6. An timony. British. £42 S/; foreign, £22 10/. Molybdenum, £1 12/6 a unit. Wolfram. 1...

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OVERSEAS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

OVERSEAS Arrived—At London, Maloja. At Las Faunas, Ben. Lomond. At Sal on lea, Rey- nolds. At Panama, Port Fairy. Sailed— From Colon. [?] From Port Natal. Bydlc. For Australia—Erom London, Cnltral.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

(cousin of bridegroom) was groomsman. After the ceremony the party spent the evening at the residence of the bride's parents. A beautiful three-tiered wedding cake, the gift to the bridal party by Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Mudge. was cut. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Mudge next day left per motor for Adelaide. KITCHEN EVENING A kitchen evening was given to Miss Dossle Woods In. the Long Rains Hall. The programme consisted of dancing and musical Items. Miss BlUle Dove, First National film star of America, is & millionaires,. Happy, happy girl- She loves Creme Cbarmosaa tar ber skin. "It is the most beautUul skin crwun I have ever used." sh<? said. "Surely the very lalrtes ol skin loveliness must duel! within it." Look above. Her latest photograph. There Js a spiritual loveliness about her that has m? the hearts of millions. To take Years from your looks: to help put. the "girl" back Into your skin; to make the plain or ageing skin look younger, pret-tler. lovelier, to dear and you...

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SHIPPING INTER-STATE [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

SHIPPING INTER-STATE MELBOURNE.—Arrived: February 21 Manunda, from Fremantle; Wear, from Newcastle. February 22—Mongolia, from Brisbane; Loongana, from [?] and Wareatea. from Launceston: Kowarra, from Newcastle; tTnden. trom Vancouver. Sailed: February 21—Euripides, for London: Ormiston. for Calms; Manunda. for Syd ney; Tjunnah. for LBuuceston: Marawah. for Stanley; British Councillor, for Abadan; BonnevlUe. for New York; Carisso. for Fremantle. SYDNEY.—-Arrived. February 21—MareUa sad Banella. from Singapore: Katoa, from Newcastle; Kamo Maru. from Melbourne.; Sailed. February 21—Port Said Maru. for Japan; MntypT**, lor Solomon Trf?TiHc- but wah, Nellore, and Melbourne Maru. for Melbourne: Narkunda. for Brisbane; Allara, for Queensland ports: Eatoomba. for Fre mantle: Talplng. for Hongkong: Katoa, for New Zealand. February 22—Mlnerlc. for United Klnedom. FREMANTLE.—February 21: Arrived— Vlmlnale, from Italy: Matafcana. from Lon don. SaUed—Earoola and Vlmlnale, for eastern States; Me...

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MEW ZEALAND [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

MEW ZEALAND WELLINGTON. February 22.—Arrived— KlnL from Aberdeen.

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SHARE MARKET OPERATIONS MINING SHARES LONDON. February 20 [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

SHARE MARKET OPERATIONS MINING SHARES LONDON. February 20 The latest sales (mean prices) for the un dermentioned shares were:—Broiert Hill North, 33/6; Great Boulder. 1/; Lake View and Star, 9/SU: Kamuntlng. 5/4?i. Sulphide Corporation. 5/; Rhodesia Broken Hill. 1/4 V?; WDuca, 15/6. Others not dealt In. P. & O. COMPANY LONDON. February 20. P. & O. Company's deferred £1 shares ars quoted at 27/10.i.

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WEATHER MAP [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

WEATHER MAP FORECAST <tsEued at 9 pm. Sunday).—Fine, with rising tem peratures. Winds chiefly east to north. BAROMETER AND rHERMOMETER READINGS —^— ——— — ————— Thermometer ___, .qvebtiser Yesterday THB ADVEBTISEB — - a BAROMETER /5.0 February 23. 3 ajn. Maximum FeDS!"l>e*- X*^***^N. 21 70 7 / - _?**?a%>^? X 20 "" 705 / <fi^ \ H> "73 5 Iff \^ \ 18 " 94^6 ' |* ff !> 0 | Q *l l" "tot* \* Vl BSI 15.!82.4 V J -14 .. J3^ V *^V" / 13 73 0 v^ / 12 '." 103.3 ? "Jl* Time. Saturday Yesterday 7 " a?S 9 aJn- 3026 30-25 6 " 84.4 3 pjn. 3053 30J5 SB3O „ -m^. inia -4 " 96^ 9 pjn" Ma 3019 PHASES OP THE MOON last quarter February lv. New moon. PeD- ruary 17. First quarter February 28 Pull Moon Match 4 ? SHADE TEMPER.? IN CAPITAL February 21. February 22. City. Mln. Max. Mln. Max. Perto 5*16 ."I. II W" 6 9?' 65^ 'i" 8 Brisbane .... 69 90 63 80 Canberra ..46 — — Sydney .... 62 76 60 73 Melbourne ... 47 60 53 66 Hobart iL- 58 * M CALENDAR—February 23 Sun rises 5.57 a.m....

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