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GAR THIEVES AVOID CAPTURE Threatened to Shoot Man Who Interferes – [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

GAR THIEVES AVOID CAPTURE Threatened to Shoot Man Who Interferes - Two motor thieves, stealing petrol from a pump they had broken open at Underdale on Saturday night, escaped capture by threatening to shoot a man who interfered with them. A police car was rushed to the scene soon after wards, and a search of the district was made without result. The men evidently knew the police were on their trail, and soon aban doned the stolen car. which was re covered yesterday morning. The car. which belonged to Mr. J. A. Kerrison, of the Hyde Park Hotel, was taken from Leader-street. Hyde Park, on Saturday evening. About 11 p.m. Mr. W. J. Dowling alighted from a tramcar on Henley Beach-road, Underdale, to go to his home in SheriH-street. At the corner he saw men pumping petrol into a kero sene tin at the garage of Messrs. Vowles and Gower. The place was in riarKTiftss. j and he asked them what they were doing. Dissatisfied with their answers. Mr. Dowling followed the men, who carried the tin a...

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LOAN FOR WHEATGROWERS "WILL THEY BE DECEIVED AGAIN?" TO the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

LOAN FOR WHEATGROWERS "WILL THEY BE DECEIVED AGAIN?" TO the Editor Sir—would our financial geniuses In the Federal Cabinet explain from where they hope to raise the £6,000,000 loan to assist the stricken wheat- growers, who have already been the victims of similar cruel hoaxes? A glance at the Stock Exchange reports o£ Government igit^adged secTirftiesre yeals the calamitous condition existing to the fabric of our country's flnnTw^ The carry situation Is directly due to the vacillating policy of the Federal Labor Party, and particularly the talk of repudiation, inflation, &cTby Minis ters of the Federal Cabinet and Messrs. Lang and Co. .?"r^ response made last December to the £28,000.000 conversion loan by WUO2 individual iwhscrfbers a triumphant answer to the repudia tkmtets In Australia. Over 80 per cent. of this conversion loan was subscribed In the 6 per cent, issue maturing in December. 1832. These bonds, issued in mid-December, 1930, at par, £100, are now to be bought ...

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REGULATED PRODUCTION LONDON. February 21. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

REGULATED PRODUCTION LONDON. February 21. Dr. T. Drummond Shiels (Under- secretary for the Colonies), replying to a question in the Souse of Commons, said the Government approved the principle that the Governments of the Malay States and Nigeria should legis late to regulate the production and the export of tin from March 1.

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VIEWS AND COMMENTS CHRIST'S LIFE ON EARTH WORD PICTURE OF THE CARPENTER'S SON To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

VIEWS AND COMMENTS CHRIST'S LIFE ON EARTH WORD PICTURE OF THE CARPENTER'S SON To the Editor Sir—After reading your reference in in yesterdays "Advertiser" to Dr. Robert Eisler's book, entitled "The Messiah, Jesus, and John the Baptist,-' it occurred to me that the word picture of the Carpenter's Bon; written by Publius Lentulus to the Roman Senate, would be of interest to your many readers. It may be found in "The Biblical Museum." vol. 1. pp. 9G and 97. and is as follows: — The Carpenter's Son.—"There ap peared in these days a man of great virtue named Jesus Christ, who is yet among -us; of the Gentiles accepted for a prophet of truth: but His disciples call Him the Son of God.- He raiseth. the dead and cureth all manner of dis ease. A man of stature somewhat tall and comely, with a very reverend coun tenance, such as the beholder must both love and fear; His hair the color of a chesnut full ripe, plain to the ears, whence, downward, It is more orient, curling and waving about His ...

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MURRAY BARRAGES INJUSTICE TO SETTLERS To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

MURRAY BARRAGES INJUSTICE TO SETTLERS To the Editor Sir—Apparently another reason is being exploited to delay or frustrate the construction of barrages at the lower end of the lakes, and that is the cost. Your report on February 11 points out that in the year 1904 the Act authorising the construction ol the barrages, accepted the estimate of £98,000, which is now increased to £549,000. an amount out of all propor tion to estimates accepted by Parlia ment, and later endorsed fay Major Johnson. This State, on the basis of one-third cost, would contribute some £190,000, and, that being so. It would be more economical to revert to the original estimates, and construct the barrages at our own cost. The delay in carrying out this work is a standing injustice to settlers on the lake shores, and has caused depreciation in value of property and loss in stock to an extent that cannot be estimated. When the amount expended by this State In the upper reaches of the river is taken Into considera...

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ELECTRIC SUPPLY [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

ELECTRIC SUPPLY The [?] of the Adelaide Electric [?]Company. Limited. advised toe Stock [?] on Saturday that. In accordance with the Articles of Association. the pre- OBwiilin Trim* doe on March 1 win be ?SbTS ? stockholder*. Including ttaou on EtsWlMtia? ?-?'?'?-, by cheques drawn on HE SuuTck Sdkalde, Adelaide. Arrange- ISkbilbwc bean mtde for stockhoM-n on SmSTSmaoa ?agWcr to cash their dividend IbSbMbjh at t*****" 1^ of Adelaide, 1L Leaden- USaB-Seet. toodon. a* the rate /tt. exchange gfWnat ob the date of presentation. P*T " MMXAB EXCHANGE |j: "§*? *--~i"i* Banks received a cable ESEaaB aw. Saturday, dated Ujndou, February &m *Mn* the baying eight exchange. Hew i|Rfcabanaon. at 4 dollars 83% cents to PftLtte rate on February 18 was 4£sfe. E^-?JL OAB COMPANY BONDS Ki§S!~ta *~ obcnlar to aharenolders, the aecie Ppay^t tat acatUi Australian Oas Company egaapaa^f ta prepared _to accept ?^???i atet?tMUan atITJDuO to redeem cer- MHaVOt **? -adattec bonds which tall due KJKMaa...

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

— AMUSEMENTS THEATRE ROYAL —w?— commencing SATURDAY, MIRPH 7 dae. I?— lIADITAIIfI mAKIIANA 1 ' 1 ?"£!*-**?"* I I ?n?i^w- y tt. | ********* PUaTHKR^OUNCS- vans. tVHl?lTinitf f ARtIVNC EAUUHIIUU IiAIUICFId Hie New Sensabon REVUE, GOLF, DANCING. a. K^S^'r At Fhcet Lm Hun Tram Fam. GLENELG STRAND T^ifb T^motrow Nigbt ?on.ni^m.nm THE SEA WOLF' num TAi^a^i^r. cahtoon. akd MovmroNE nctb. UHnM?oai at tbe Matanee neoaesaay, £.m. -l^VTTor?,, TAWFUL LARCENY/ t^^j^mmtt ? U*m* xao ~,_„ THE FALL GUY." ?Miutin Btnnd Sweet Store. Phone *?* "^^—^^^^— ?? i —^,^m^ .^H^ftK. ?IVBim?^Bi jHX|V Iflllll illUlM|l|flll? \JJi^ QiENELO ? ?Aflllll UflllvlliU .^..^ AUBREY HALL o?? g ? u , U B lS e^. nnA^'m^ult. lIIBBAKIUn IUWN HALL -^. - j ittMHHHHttI V? gK^gSl ** .IMblmi? QUEEN'S HALL, 9HH rSg^vhi .^ *** ????. ? W?" *?-Kfe-5W ?JSMSSL%U<n>iim< „.,. ? - CE£3LJ&£iSS ; — ;. . ATttMn, *JM. MWM,JOC ?? tt?WlhlJ? ortok?U.—MeHortW. Wood ?Mte. n , ,__, ?gfptAabsru? X ; S?fe?iK i.?—. m ?-?....

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

'De?eszkc* \ptrmyClub , ' THE'CREYS** Ifai^ CIGARETTES TO-DATS SPECIALS Plain Dock I'll WEEK-END SPECIAL. l/I?fc Plain Duck, 36 In. tcMc. Ire? Irom drrettng. in good weartns qu?Uty. Suitable lor Vmnd&b Blinds. Ttats. ??. Fj^ Kefbs 10,-0 'WBBC-EMI 6PBCIAL, S/S Bk Oik Fire Kerb*. Etxonsly mad*, ta Btackvood. Jacobean anil Oak eludes. 48 in. lons and 13 to dNp. CHARLES MOORE & CO., VICTORIA SQUARE. NEW ADE- HIHII AND CLOTHING i J _ \^mr^ i^b^b^b^b^b^M J GUARANTIED kanebo AND dourle double FUJI silk frocks f^SJv ; W VL Jl Vfc- (tt\ —.J/ W Jv /I *J I 1 1 Ul I ? Affefl/s3yyfl \ * P^ **%"^^F" V KANEBO SUK FROCKS. m^iJ?mte AT 9^iK ma* 1O /C At t9/? ,??? I //It -,// c-, M*I%M 27/6 for / ABOtrr ao -"?"? STXISOB TO CMOOB? --^ >—?v / fS( *lr~sJ nS-^p %tWLW /|4 1/ f H*%Kf/W r^W\\ " M"'-^9f/' XAJ^wS/A : .pV**+U \ 1 | \ i lt\ I ( \ l\\ // I l\\ # \ &fk>All ts /Al/^ Vffl Tstil -Am *^|M|^ \7 Tl— lTlst-ljxlla,M* IBe Umnranwsa. Mo. 1. MaLmrJS ttawtta—m. BX A/11. BSSOO9BD ...

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

CRICKET NOTICES =- S_^_ HAT COMMENCES 1120. STUMPS DRAWN 6 PJI UJNGHEON. U5 tO 2 pm. AFTERNOON TEA. 4to 4J5. JUMOSSION.-Ground. 1/ tplos tax). Reserves (additional). 1/ (pluf f ?MwooDFooi?AacuH, ? '*s.VJSt^? ?— POBUC NOTICES Rh ?T CIO per ct?tom (2/ In tit £) wffl Urtrfi fariMthcr to do* or otfasvte) lrill be If - lTr^llil M * ?""?"1 wm ?* JNr Dm omnloa e( rVtepayen the office oSI bWopen 9 pjnTln^ Fri4ar. Feb- nur STtt CKiS. P. SICBBS, BJsWrt Clerk. — nnfMrnm BH!Bl!BBIWSWl S^ 11 -^M 1 ne- ? X * I li?H?f<TM<Ea fss^af^^3? ? IMMalllll turn. a'fc-gfeaux. ??— MmJS&&&£S5i. ?. i^r^^iiS^S-S'^tl^: % g'fe-HSS^I £rr^.ZJL":: "UBS?IM? r ?l S ta?ini. U2f!£%^ r?U%_Hsl?fe- lW* .2PS?I OI<1—?? VI —0?- O?h?rty. tn. ????>->?. VWPIT V? ten* Ad.l^l. for JUboa?e. pt^r^g,^ ?X Btter ana month intend* to Saw ?*>?cta MChT taOea at Policy sb. 1*7074 on tha JU ?f£iaaS UnrKLTX. ?edarad to bar. bee M. Adda Me. Sl?t Nknasy. Mil.—S. B AdK. Kttlent Bt...

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WILLS OF THE WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

WILLS OF THE WEEK Probate has been granted in regard to the following wills, states the Weekly Trade Gazette":—Mary Har- ris [?] Kapunda, £1,232; Ann Re- l-feaacaftewKer. Seacliff.£lJOo; Elizabeth f-;O?Uer Finch. Gawier. £1.181; Edward 3^3barle? Grtgson, Rase Park, £1347; '--'Jaaiy A^*l Harris. Medindie. £1,219? .KBsa Bcott Inglifi, Knightsbridge, £3,025; :i^;B&iafesth Anastasiii LaHy* Balaklava, ]krJElfUi Ada Clayton, Lewis, Wayvttie, £?*?] asrnst AugustTuenert, Shea Oak SPSunIL BjRT! Win. Edward Snarpe, pSfitti Adelaide. £1.581: Thos. Robert Letters of ad liJSr^ftHniSre. £U80; Alfred William IPOmhb: Pycroft, Stanley Flat, near Hoare, £U?: Walter Richard Wright,

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

IMPROVING [?]R. Button limited, of 36, [ report a big improvement ?] street a business during the last few weeks. Mr sales include a bungalow rest- £ ewe at Back Forest to Mr. E.H. 3 Wjw: Iwnntow at Clarence Gardens i ntJETfe. Burwirtti; boose property in I Mtettrat; Xfle-End, on account of I Mtamn the estateof the late Mrs. I kffcntti; i? Mrs. J. Mcmtosh, rest ?'Hi at North Adelaide; to Mrs. G. tf> -MifartMqi lyflflpT,/*. m MQe-End; to *< BSTRTtftay, bungalow residence in U n. eastern suburb; on account of Mr. iEJU?Hir,,house property at West Ade- MR toother account, farm property of " 4M acres at Naming, and on still an '-CttiK^ount ? ?hop and dwelling at . -Ttoe total aales for thatlteriod being ttMSO. They also have other buyers > ftt taaad for howe properties of various 14sao(lpttons, and good dairying pro r posttlons t"^ fi??i?.ii tpiT?rt farms.

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

Mviay Bridge Nomination* CLOSE TO-DAY (Monday), C<to'i Acme?. AJrUidt. at 4 p.m.; . BstwtMj at Uoxof Bridge, at 8 pjo. B Acute Gastritis Gets a Knockout Mr. Arthur E. Roots, of West Croy don, writes:—"Discharged from His Majesty's Forces -with acute gas tritis, I was left with a very -weak inside, and those who suffer simi larly know how very careful one must be in what they eat and what medicines they take. Constipation and indigestion generally com jmencpd my attacks: headaches and bad breath naturally followed; but to-day I am able to eat anything I fancy. My secret I can honestly recommend, lies in your pills." Take Carter's Little Liver Pills. ,At all chemists 1/3 or .?/. re d pkgs. The PerfUme* TtrucH BUU \ JWaleea Vomtr "Toilet Complete Ciiticura Talcum Powder j Connor Vdnt .::' Hoolnitloos for the Uteaj Btidce ;' ilMixOi 1 oeeUns will clow mt OacOxjor* Ascner ?t< P-m.. or tntb the aaoretuy ''4 <Mr. a. H. Kolteolui) ?t Murrty BrKl?* ?t j 8 pan...

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

AUCTIONS ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTIOX THIS ifAY. Jkcr* * Hogc-—A- Fir>. ?t 11 —Furniture, te. At Ikdiulie Oa:d.Tii, at 2.30—510p Kitfiogt. Ccnfeetiofif*?. &c. r. M?HJw?rnin. —At ifce B?ar Salerooma, it 10 — Fwcaitnra. kc THIS DAT (Monday), 23td FEBRUARY, v 11 A.W. BALK OF HOU3BHOLI* FLRXITUHB AXD EFFECTS. OX THB PREMISES. "FELLSDALE." GLYJJDE ROAD, Fini.g yyDEB rSSTBLCTIONS FROM EXEOOTOS TSICTES * AUEXOY 00. OF S.A.. LTD Traate?e is the Gnk of E. 6. O'Brien. I! I 11 AXUKSTER CABI'ET. SEAGttAES CHIOS. UPHOLSTERED CHAIRS. OCC rtBlJJt. CXJBTAISS AM) BLrSDS7 ISLAID OCa TABLE. HALL U>o, tc. CHIII CHEST OF 7 DRAWERS. H-P. WAJID BOBE. OOMMODE. TOILET WARE. LINOS UNaBSPKESS, WARDBOBE. SINGLE AS-J nOOTLEBtoS AM) WIRES. S-DRAWER ISO 1UMO?- CEDAJI lajccb JiPAyrrrr of glassware akd rWKXERT, DCSXEB SET, X BOOKCASES. LARCB MOfBBR Of BOOKS. OLD CBDIE cwtnw. sb>geb sewing machine, cvi*- BOttftOG. RIJO6. DRESSER. giTES HOSE, SaBDBT TOOLS. KtTCUEN CTESsfLS. md ??any otter ihefal lisa...

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SLOW TIMES AT TROTTING Native Magic Outstanding [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

SLOW TIMES AT TROTTING Native Magic Outstanding T. [?] Native Magic via the out- standing performer at the trotting meet- ing at the Thebarton Oval on Saturday night, winning the Henley Handicap from SO yards behind, and the Torrens Handi cap from scratch. The Flying Mile, which Junee Lee won In the excellent time of 2 mm. 34 sec., was the only event In which the tlmas were not slow. Results:— Henley Handicap, one end a quarter miles (tor horses handicapped 2.50 to 2.45). —T. Mar?iUch's NATIVE MAGIC. SO yards behind (owner). 1; H. O. Howell's Owhyce Voyage. 45 yards behind (W. May). 2; T. Murrin's Bankstown Lad. 5 yards behind (owner). 3. Listen Bells, scratch, was fourth. Won by 2 yards, with a head be tween second and third. Tune. 3 mln. 31 2-5 seo. Councillors' Handicap, one BT?d a half miles (scrntch mark, 2.36).— E. Caombe's WISH WYNNE, scr. (V. Bains). 1: A. A. Evans's Cream Cull. scr. (T. Byrne), 2; H. i Simpson's Prlmwood. 30 yards behind (C. I Le^le. Jun.). 3. Welcome Rome....

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PHAR LAP MAKES BRILLIANT RUN AND WINS FUTURITY STAKES CHAMPION IS NOW GREATEST AUSTRALASIAN STAKEWINNER RUNNING OF TAURUS ENHANCES NEWMARKET PROSPECTS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

PHAR LAP MAKES BRILLIANT RUN AND WINS FUTURITY STAKES CHAMPION IS NOW GREATEST AUSTRALASIAN STAKEWINNER RUNNING OF TAURUS ENHANCES NEWMARKET PROSPECTS The mighty Phar Lap demon: field on Saturday, by brilliantly seven furlongs. He made a a winner after one of the hardest brought his earnings to £49,942. \ Ansfaralasian >stakewinners. Thr Ammmis, who has -won £48,297/1 Melbourne. February 21. Entering Its 34£h year of history, the Caulfield Futurity Stakes attracted a field of ten runners. With 10 Et. 3 lb. Phar Lap beaded trfe weights, being 4 lb. less than Eurythmlc carried when be won nine years ago. As Phar Lap has not raced over short distances since bis Juvenile days, tbe bookmakers were offering as much as 2 to 1 on about his "Hi?tms??: Waterline was chosen as second favorite, while Greenline com manded support 84 12 to 1, but the wagering was mainly on & one-two basis. ' At the start Phar Lap missed the Jump out, and Pike was forced to pull the champion back and ge...

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STATE BANK CARNIVAL [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

STATE BANK CARNIVAL The annual carnival arranged by the State Bank Social Club was rod In the Unley Crystal Pool on Saturday night. Re- suits:—33 1-3 yards novice handicap—B. Wllsoa. O. Murrte; 33 1-3 yards champloi* staip-^A. J. *?c?U. A. W. BWsay: neat ?l!?e —O. Wetoh. A. J. Kh?U: vgtl 6X^-3. rothertngham. W. HUI; 33 1-3 yards breast stroke buuiicap-A. avM.A la?iiomj;1 a?iiomj; ficpartaneaial relay ???r^orr^ K1"den,' c. NoVl. General Bank; 68 3-3 yards handi cap—A. Roberts. I. WUson; 33 1-3 yards Junior handlcap-B. Neultj\ A. OUes; 33 1-3 yard* married men's handicap—A. White, a. Welsh; ewlm under water—l. Wilson. £ .

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BACKERS' GOOD DAY Favorites at Warwick Farm Sydney. February 2l. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

BACKERS' GOOD DAY Favorites at Warwick Farm Sydney. February 2l. Details 5-^*? h<W **"*?* ?* Warirt(* S*?* llUQd HANDICAP Six furlongs ,?. „ „ (Pint Division) Mr. C. Budd's b s OSATXAH. by CJaxo nn^)-Teo. 4 yean. 7st 1 ft. (A. „ ?£ M3 1-Wl£?en. 8 st 5 lb. <S. Ct?C!t- SSdii. ls ly.Se-ulTy- *?t 4 lb. (N. OUUn); woo?; Motive. T tL I lb. (I. Beynolds): _ Betting—3 to l Oratlsn. 7 to l Carmlee. w£ S* C?wniinii?Tir. is to 1 Wa p?L 10 to 10 to 1 others. Dividends—£l s/e, 14/e and cs 7/8. 3iUDJK HANDICAP (Second Division) , Mr O EwnVi b c^&S&i DAK* *y 3 *l^*** i Other*-**,!, Bau. 8 rt, 4 In/pi ONCt nell); The Ammonite. * at." <A_ Knnxl- Polar sur. 8 at <j7simiMoa£ls& Urban! toJijJiJinood. 12 to ao to 1 othm. ? Dividend*. £1 ?/. ui/V. ? i 3/B . Won by ? length; one and ? half lengths, Ime. 1 mln. 15 oec INQLKBTJBN NUBSEBX HANDICAP Five and a. half furlongs (first Dlv Men) , -' Mrs. Laldley Dowllng'* br I PHUUBE, Others-Grena...

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TURF NOTES LATE FOR THE RACES [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

TURF NOTES LATE FOR THE RACES By "GAMBIER" Recently a new rule was passed by the S.A.J.C. requiring all horses to be on the racecourse at least one hour be- fore the race in which they are en- gaged. On Saturday Bold Wyn, Re markable, and Twofold, who were sent from tbe city by motor transport, did not arrive at Balaklava until after tbe Novice Race, in which they were en gaged, bad been run. Prince Ramarco was on tbe same conveyance, which broke down about 12 miles from ttte town, but be was got to tbe course in time to run tn tbe Werocata Handicap, and Bold Wyn and Remarkable were able to run in tbe Trial Stakes. Re markable was withdrawn from tbe No vice Race, bat tbe owners of Bold Wyn and Twofold were each fined £1 for failing to start and for not scratch ing. This is not tbe first time that horses sent by motor transport to race courses Ifeve been late through mis haps and, although the clubs are powerless to induce owners to patronise special trains, guaranteed by them for I ...

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MELLURIAN WINS BALAKLAVA HANDICAP DOUBLE FOR UNIFICATION Puringa Unlucky in Hurdle Race C. OAKEY RIDES THREE WINNERS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

MELLURIAN WINS BALAKLAVA HANDICAP DOUBLE FOR UNIFICATION Puringa Unlucky in Hurdle Race C. OAKEY RIDES THREE WINNERS By GAMBIER'- Plenty of excitement was in store for [?] of the Balaklava races on Saturday. Backers of Parings saw the Hurdle Race thrown way through an unfortunate mishap 40 yards from the winning past. The principal event was won by [?] owned by the pepo- Gtrp?sidenrr?fr. 8. Stephenson). Gwant.a* Gwld met with fatal te tawjes m the WeJter. Unification opened Ms wmning aeeewnt with sv dawUe. C Oakey, whoxodeher, also wwn *n CaveOma and completed atfwkfe. Tbe day "wmt cod. and aoady, sab! th tor liiirslniiiitii anoved a lalltag of beinc ttjan V, otunpared with £3,96 S/ 12 —?w??ii? asOk TT*y president we] ooaoed tba- vWtors, among; wiom wer the Attorney-General (Mr. Denny), th leader of tbe Opposition air. Batter] Messes. 8. 3. Jaoobs (BJLtXJ. commit tee*. James Hafl (chairman A.R.CJ. J 3. Kocttmer (chairman Gcwte Joase C3nb). ??<* T. B. MeEuay (chairmaJ wmA+...

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WHARF WORK MORE THAN 2,000 LICENCES ISSUED [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

WHARF WORK MORE THAN 2,000 LICENCES ISSUED When the department began the issue of licences, under the new regulations, for the employment of men on the waterfront at Port Adelaide, it was de- cided to allow shipowners three days' grace to working under the former con ditions- That period expired on Satur day, so that employers will now be responsible to see that no engagement is given to an unlicensed applicant. The following licences have been issued to date:—Wateisiders, 1.176; volunteers, 551; and others, 312; mak ing a total of 2.039. Although foremen, tally clerks and others not actually handling cargo ore exempt, a number of these officials have taken out licences as a precautionary measure. For the convenience of applicants, licences have been issued at the depots of the watersSders and the volunteers, as well as at the Shipping Master's office. The last-named place will be ttie only one for any further applicants. Labor for today will be confined to four boats, and as cargoe...

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