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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
IEK^S^H^HiIHIHHW'fIHMJ I RICH AND I CREAMY r_ I L H. QURBAN, £? „ uiitxiFUD omasa. I*. OSLY ADDUBB— ?; 31, RUNDLE-SREET ,- : Oww&lt;t? Myn>i Emportun. -, BAnet aext Sony's. UTn *i. _ I ; V & MORRIS, V PKAOriCU. OPTICJU. ?. _^_ *?? O- WMUBSL OPTOIIKTRIST. - R?S*??iP??ff!['-J a* wna?nMtT??t. Boon. HICKS, ATKINSON & SONS PTY.. LIV., Announce a Special Display of the New AUTUMN AND WINTER FASHIONS EDMENTS BUILDINGS. RUNDLE-STREET, ADELAIDE. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25th, 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. (One Session Only.) THURSDAY, February Z6th; FRIDAY, February 27th, 9 a.m. to 1 pjn., and 2 p-m. to 6 p.m. j Opadal ?ttenUoa is drawn to a fine collection of soper-tende Heavy Quality Axttndal SUk ?Bdennu, irnlcn will be sold during tbe visit at Half Marked Mm. Tbe range of Garments Includes Nightdresses. Pyjatna Suits. Dress lac Oowns. Vests. Princess Slips, and Bloomers. ADMISSION FREE. Hicks, Atkinson & Sons Pty.. Ltd., 3*B-3SOk Oolllns-strcat to Lit tie Collins-street. ...
MAN SHOT DEAD IN PHAETON WAS DRIVING WITH WIFE AND CHILDREN Ambush in Dark Melbourne. February 22. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
MAN SHOT DEAD IN PHAETON WAS DRIVING WITH WIFE AND CHILDREN Ambush in Dark Melbourne. February 22. Wide he was driving in a phae- ton with his wife and two chil- dren early this morning, and had reached the comer of Canter- amijuiaaa sad Rooks-road. Ver- SMBt, Frederick Westbnry. aged 33 years, was shot dead by a man who was armed with a sporting gm. According to statements whlcH were made to the police, the shooting fol lowed a violent 'quarrel which occurred at Westburys house in Rooks-road last night. It is understood that Westbury went to a hotel in Mitcham on Satur day afternoon, and that he Had several ?4?4r?ir? with companions. He left the hotel carrying a large parcel. Sub aeqoently. two overcoats belonging to other custotmen of the hotel were missed. The police are satisfied that Westbury did not steal the ooats; but, BipftonfliTig to infonxifttloii that they re cetvedTthree men who were drinking In tot tar suspected him of having done so, and they determined to re cover th...
ATHLETICS AMERICANS BEATEN Big Meeting in New Zealand Wellington. February 32. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
ATHLETICS AMERICANS BEATEN Big Meeting in New Zealand Wellington. February 32. Carlton's two great wins on Saturday wen tremendously popular, and be received an ovation from the crowd. In the 100 yards event the field started well. and Carl- ton's farillteooe put him In the lead la a few yards, with 35 yards gone. Cart tern led the American, Simpson, by a yard, and from that distance there 'was no one else In tbe race. Oariton beat Simpson to tbe tape by nearly four yards. In tbe 320 yards event Oarttoo bad tbe outside lane and ffirn^'n tbe loner, Qari tonfe start in this event was tbe Oneat of tbe day. Tbe Held abot round tbe tat bend at a terrlnc bat. Simpson putting In every ounce. When on the final bend It looked momentarily as If Simpson bad a chance. When the bend was passed. However. Oariton had a daw yard lead, and tbe nee was an over. Simpson slackened suddenly 35 yards from tbe tape, baited, and couapwwi. Simpson Injured a. thigh muscle, and states tbat be win not compete ...
CAPE TO CAIRO FLIGHTS LONDON. February 21. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
CAPE TO CAIRO FLIGHTS LONDON. February 21. On its return Journey from the Cape to Cairo, the Royal Air Force South African flight left Bulowayo for Sails- bury. Southern Rhodesia, to-day. Flight-Lteutenant Rose has aban doned his attempt to establish a new record for a solo flight from ?Enp-*'""* to Cape Town. He is Ukelyto be delayed about a week at Palapye. Bri tish Bechuanaland, effecting repairs to the undercarriage of his aeroplane, which was wrecked in l?nrH nn ; after the flight from Bulowayo yesterday. Straight Lyons
LEAVING MONEY TO OUTSIDERS Bill in Commons Seeks Id Prevent It LONDON. February 21. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
LEAVING MONEY TO OUTSIDERS Bill in Commons Seeks Id Prevent It LONDON. February 21. The House of commons, by 149 votes to 28. carried the second railing of Miss Eleanor Rathbone's Bill to pre- vent either a husband or wife be- queathing his or her entire estate to outsiders or Charities and leaving the widow, widower, or children unprovided for. The BUI provides that the widower or widow must receive half the personal estate and half the *nrmrff from the remainder if childless, and one-third if there are children, up to a gnus in come of £2.000. Children, before the completion of their education, must receive half the remainder of the income divided equally up to £300 a year each. It was pointed out that Scotland had such a law for a century, and some Dominions, notably New Zealand. ?aye the courts discretion to relieve hard cases. Miss Rothbone is an Independent and represents the combined Universi ties.
CAUCUS UPSET CLEARS AIR Plain [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
CAUCUS UPSET CLEARS AIR Plain The members of the Ministry' notably the Premier, are pleased now that last week's caucus meetings were held. Be- sides wiping in a triumph for the Ministry, tftey cleared the air in a Parliamentary sensa. Mr. Hid and the Chief Secretary (Mr. Whttford). who had. been to the Pre miers' Conference with him, had an op portunity to tell the party some .plain facts, and they were able to discuss many grievances which were at the bottom of much of the hostility. In that sense, the protracted caucus meet- Ings were mutually educational, and the generally friendly feeling in which they broke up seemed to Indicate that ft had been worth while getting to grips cm contentious topics. Everybody agreed that the ?"?"&lt;?' and economic situation was not shap ing as satisfactorily as could have been desired, but the Premier emphasised that the ctuse was widespread and the blame could not be laid at the door of the Ministry. How far had the rank and file assist...
FIFTY YEARS AGO FROM '"THE ADVERTISER" OF FEBRUARY 23, 188L [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
FIFTY YEARS AGO FROM '"THE ADVERTISER" OF FEBRUARY 23, 188L The King or Ashantee has formally declared war on Eng- land. Troops are advancing towards the Gold Coast to repel a threatened attack. Cetewayo. the deposed Zulu chief. Is to be released from his captivity at the Cape. At an Indignation mating of Port Pirle ciUaens resolutions condemning "the Government's wasteful error in proceeding with wharf and Jetty construc tion on an unsuitable site," were - carried with acclamation. "I think there ought to be a stop put to the browbeating of witnesses in courts of Jus tice," writes a correspondent, who declares that, having oc casion to summon a larrikin for cruelty to a mare, the ac cused's lawyer, throwing his arms about, asked him if he were not a drunkard and a bully. Tlie long period of almost hopeless depression through which Tasmania has passed seems at last to be over, and the colonists there are rejoic ing over many signs of return ing prosperity. it was almost certain that...
£430,000 FOR NEEDY FARMERS "Money Available," Says Premier WONT SAY MORE [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
£430,000 FOR NEEDY FARMERS "Money Available," Says Premier WONT SAY MORE In announcing on Saturday that South Australia would receive £430.000 out of a sum of £2,500,000 for the relief of needy farmers in the Common wealth, the Premier (Mr. Hill) said that the important fact was that the money was defi nitely available. The Premier would not say how the money was to be made available, except that imme diate arrangements would be made by the Commonwealth Bank to enable farmers to sow their crops. Cabinet would consider to-day the character of the legislation re quired to distribute the relief. There would be no delay In passing legis lation, and Parliament would be called together for that purpose earlier than the time fixed some weeks ago—the end of March or the beginning of April. £6,000.000 Scheme At ?ie Premiers' Conference a fort night ago a £2,500,000 scheme was adopted as part of a plan to raise a loan of £8,000,000 to assist the wheat industry. The other £3300,000 would be us...
IN OTHER CITIES MELBOURNE GOSSIP From Our Special Correspondent. Melbourne. February 22. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
IN OTHER CITIES MELBOURNE GOSSIP From Our Special Correspondent. Melbourne. February 22. The success of the Citizens' League has more than fulfilled the hopes of its founders. Despite the unpleasant wet night for the inaugural meeting, the town ha:i ires so crowded that the doors had :o bo closed before eight o'clock. and many hundreds of disappointed people were unable to gain admittance- There had been some rumors of Com munlst disturbances, but there was no disorder whatever, and the few inter jections were of a friendly nature. j Tile meetinp. indeed, was remaricablv unanimous. Criticism of all Ministriv. past and present, was loudly applauded but there seemed to be general agree ment that the time had come for party politics to be forgotten. Perhaps the most forceful speech of the evening was made by Mr. Eroe.s: Turnbull. for many yeare president of '.he Returned Soldiers' League, who said. "People may talk until they are blue in the face, but there is a "great deal of work to ...
Soccer International BELFAST. February 21 [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
Soccer International BELFAST. February 21 The International [?] match was Played In Ideal weather before a crowd of 20.000. Ireland and Scotland played a draw at o—o. At Se:hurFt Park In the second match la the International triangular tournament be tween the British. French, and Belgium armies, the British beat the French. 2—l. At Tvlckenham the lnter-servlcts rugb? rnawij beturccn the Rorai Navy and the &5r Force resulted Hi—o.
OVERSEAS SPORT British Football Remits LONDON. February 31. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
OVERSEAS SPORT British Football Remits LONDON. February 31. The following are the results at to-day's football:— THE LEAGUE First Division—Arsenal 4. Manchester United 1; Birmingham O. Aston Villa 4; Blackburn Borers 1. West Bam United* 0; Blackpool 3. Bolton Wanderers 3; Derby County l. Newcastle United S; I&lt;eeas United 1. Liverpool 2; Leicester City 1. Huddesfleld Town 2: Manchester City 2. Sheffield Wed nesday 0; Portsmouth 4. Grimsby Town 3; Sheffield United 4. Chelsea 0; Sunderland 1. Middlesbrough I. Second Division—Barnsley 4, Stoke City 2: Bradford City ?. Wolverhampton Wan derers 1: Bristol City 1. atlllwaU 2; Bury 2. Tottenham Hotspur 0; Cardiff City 0, Oidbam Athletic 0: Oharlton Athletic 3. Bradford 1: Everton 2, Nottingham Forest O; Plymouth Athletic 1. Preston North End 2; Port Vaie 2. Beading 1; Swansea Town 1. Burnley 1: West Bromwlch Albion 1. Southampton 2. Third Division (Southern Section).— Bournemouth and Boscombe O, Luton Town 0; Clapton Orient 0, Gl...
BARBER REACHES RENDELSHAM Walking to Melbourne Rendelsham. February 22. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
BARBER REACHES RENDELSHAM Walking to Melbourne Rendelsham. February 22. The [?] pedestrian, Mr. Syd Barber, who has set out to reduce the record walking time between Adelaide and Melbourne, left Kingston at 7.45. Rain stop7>ed him at Mt. Benson till daylight. He reached the Robe junction, rested at, Mrs. Fennells. and bandaged his feet for protective pur poses. He was supplied -with a bag of cake, and drink of tea, and left at 12.10. Head winds are still causing trouble. At 6 o'clock he sighted Mr. Foster's homestead, near Lake Eliza, where he stayed several hours, and had a refreshing sleep. He set out on a 50 miles trudge to-day, and expects to reach Millicent, probably at 11 o'clock. There was a sxeac welcome a: Ren do:.sham. where all the village turned out. Some women walked to meet him. Barber is lookine hopefully towards Victorias coon roads.
"YOUNG WOODLEY" [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
"YOUNG WOODLEY" Popular Revival at Grand The clergy, representatives of Mrs. Grundy from every class of the com- munity, and scandalised matrons with narrow ideas condemned "Young Woodley," the play, from the moment of its initial appearance. With the film version, which was released at the Grand on Saturday, came a fresh deluge of criticism. The fact is, how ever, that "Young Woodley" is not a wftit worse than a dozen other pictures which have been shown in Adelaide during the last two or three months. Regarded hi the right light there is a moral, rather than a lack of morality, in this frank story, and, as in most other British productions. Its charm lies in the individual characterisations rather than in the story itself* Frank Lawton handles his part as the quiet young Woodley in a masterful fashion, and his treatment of an extremely deli cate part does credit to him. Made leine Carroll, the pretty young wife of the schoolmaster, drawn by tbe com mon bond of youth to Woodley, pl...
THEODORE PLAN "Inadequate and Dangerous" FAILS IN ALL RESPECTS By PROFESSOR D. B. COPLAND, 'Dean of the Faculty of Commerce, University of Melbourne) [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
THEODORE PLAN "Inadequate and Dangerous" FAILS IN ALL RESPECTS By PROFESSOR D. B. COPLAND, 'Dean of the Faculty of Commerce, University of Melbourne) In this outspoken article, Pro- fessor Copland condemns the Theodore inflation scheme, lock, stock, and barrel. As a plan for balancing Budgets, he says, it is woefully inadequate and extremely dangerous; and in some other re spects it is worse. There are four fundamental condi tions for economic recovery in Aus tralia:— (1) Export production must be maintained; and. for this purpose, costs of production in the export industries must be reduced. &lt;2) Budgets must be balanced. (3) The rate of interest must faU. (4) There must be some expan sion of Australian secondary in dustries to absorb population for merly dependent upon the expen diture of loan money derived from abroad. Any plan of economic recovery must meet these conditions if it is to be successful, and Mr. Theodore's plan should be judged accordingly. The maintenance...