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GRAND SCALE REVUE "King of Jazz" at Majestic [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
GRAND SCALE REVUE "King of Jazz" at Majestic It is impossible to convey to those who have not seen it the magnificence and splendor of "King of Jazz." which was revived at the Majestic Theatre on Saturday. Revues there have been hi the past, but the be=t hardly compare with Paul Whiteman's masterpiece. A fault of previous productions of this nature has been that producers, in their 'attempt to outdo the extravagance of former efforts, have concentrated on cramming -as many musicians and dancers on to the screen as possible. Tbe result was an Irritating blaze of mov ing color, harsh and undefined. In "King of Jazz" the orchestras and bal lets- are small, but effective, and the settings are particularly beautiful. Paul Whiteman personally Introduces his famous orchestra, who are to the show what foundations are to a building Be tween the big scenes short, witty sketches have been introduced to pre vent the revue losing its continuity a fault of most of the earlier shows. John Boles de...
AUSTRALIA'S CRISIS PROBLEM OF INTEREST To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
AUSTRALIA'S CRISIS PROBLEM OF INTEREST To the Editor Sir—in reply to Mr. Alf. Parker's letter it seems to me that borrowers are hardly just now in a position to dictate the terms of Interest. Of course, Mr. Lang is quite capable of thinking that he and his Government are conferring a favor on the capitalist by spending his money; but. if ?os why pay any interest at all? But it seems to me that the boot is on the other foot; the borrower is asking a favor and undertaking a responsibility. In terest is the measure of the favor, and, when sentiment is not considered, the matter is subject to the laws of supply and demand, and also to the date of repayment, if any. Hence, while Mr. Lang talks so loudly about repudiation, the much-desired reduction to the rate of interest seems further off than ever; and this must react on Common wealth loans also until we obtain a Gov ernment brave enough" to face the music, and strong enough to carry out the distasteful task of retrenchment and reducti...
U.S. SENATOR ON EFFECT OF PRICE DECLINE Has Reduced Buying Power and Limited Trade [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
U.S. SENATOR ON EFFECT OF PRICE DECLINE Has Reduced Buying Power and Limited Trade Senator Kay Pittman, a member of the committee on Foreign Relations, said recently that one of the causes of the world depression was under-con- sumptkm by such large countries as India and China, whose buying power had been effected by the slump in the price of silver. He said—"The use of silver as a money is not inconsistent with the gold standard. In fact, a majority of the people of the world and nlneteen-twen tieths of the leading Governments had substantially no gold and used silver alone as the measure of wealth, of values, and the instrument of trade and commerce. "Several Governments that nave in the last few years adopted the gold standard have little gold, and are com pelled to use silver as the money with which they must purchase products and pay debts. .Where are the 19 out of the 20 Governments to get the gold upon which to base the gold standard? To-day America and France bold most of t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
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BERRI WINS JUNIOR ROWING CHAMPIONSHIP COUNTRY CLUBS SUPREME IN ROUGH WATER Murray Bridge Second; Torress Third [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
BERRI WINS JUNIOR BOWING . CHAMPIONSHIP COUNTRY CLUBS SUPREME IN ROUGH WATER Murray Bridge Second; Toncas Third Belter accustomed to Nagfe weather and strong- winds, the tpa country clubs. Berri and Murray '? Bridge, easily defeated the metro politan dobs on Saturday afternoon at Port Adelaide for the Junior championship title of the State. Bern Deal. Murray Bridge by one sad * quarter lengths, with Torrens Hve lengths behind. There was a large crowd on either side of the river, but the official »«mri-t was poorly patronised by the public The Port Adelaide Club oarsman. K. S. White, who rowed over the two-mile com down stream, had an exciting adnotora at the end of a quietly taken '*im«ti Never hurrying hlmseU. he took 16 sola. 3 sec. Tor the distance. When he passed the post in mid-stream his light «-**H sod- ' denly slid Into the water and ban — -»? The young sculler luckily freed *»'— rtt tn time and. started to Xmt the boat sod oars to shore. 300 yards away. The '«^-i '?' launch...
SWIMMING WOMEN'S CHAMPIONSHIP Sydney, February 22. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
SWIMMING WOMEN'S CHAMPIONSHIP Sydney. February 22. On Saturday night the State chmaplon shlp carnival, under the auspices of the New South Wales Women's Amateur Swim ming Association, took place. Details: — 100 Yards Championship.— Miss Mitchell. 1: Miss V. Pauley. 2; Miss D. Ralne, 3. Time, 1 mln. 6 sec 500 Yards Teams Championship. — Sydney No. 1 (M. Mitchell. D. Ralne, V. Pauley. and B. Iredalle). 1: dovelly. 2; Sydney So. 2, 3. Time. 5 min. 52 2-5 sec
HORSES REHANDICAPPED Melbourne, February 22. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
HORSES BEHANDICAFFED Melbourne. February 22. The following horses have been rehandl capped for the Newmarket rTantHran and Australian Cup, to be run at the V.R.C. autumn meeting:— Newmarket Handicap— First Arrow, for winning the first division of the Oaklelgh Plate, from 7 st. 10 To. to 8 st. 4 lb.; Herab, for winning the -second division of the Oaklelgh Plate, from 9 st. 5 lb. to 9 at. 8 lb. Australian Cup— Prince Don. for winning d© Bond Cup, from 7 ct. 13 lb. to 8 st. S lb. _^___ _^___
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
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V.R.G WEIGHTS Run Next Saturday PINES HURDLE RACE Two miles [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
V.R.C WEIGHTS Bun Next Saturday PINES HURDLE RACE Two miles st. lb. st. lb. Horoscope ... 12 8 Ollna ? 9 10 Bay of Biscay . 11 2 King Aura .. 9 10 Carwoola .. .. 11 0 Sir Gleam .. .. 9 10 Not Infallible . 10 11 Certitude ....9 8 Plavedo .. .. 10 4 Idle Time .... 9 5 Dookle .. .. .. 10 2 Sutton Grange 9 3 Borneo ? 10 2 sir Qallahau . 9 3 Blast ? 10 O Pentola .... 9 0 Dark Dawn ... 10 0 Betoyan .... 00 Alpine Rose .. 9 12 Yallourn .... 9 0 Praetor .... 9 12 ESSENDON STAKES One mile and a quarter MoUlson .. .. 9 9 Stove ? 8 2 Phar Lap .... 9 7 Weterllne .... SO B^ck Duchess. 9 6 Temoln ? 8 0 Lineage .... 9 4 Third King ..8 0 ttwihwB ? 8 3 Lampra ? 7 13 Glare ? 8 2 Pint Legion .. 7 10 Elarby ? 8 2 kcira Donna ..7 0 Pinnacle .... 8 2 BRUNSWICK STAKES One mile and a half Cumbrian .... 9 5 Cevantea .... 7 6 Lampra .... 9 4 Walter Scott . 7 4 Soutton ? 9 1 Hazelwood ..7 2 Prince Den .. 8 12 Lady Kentrel . 7 0 m Rey ? 8 12 Quick Reward . 6 11 Stowe ? 8 10 In Petto .. .. 6 11 Dalston ? 8 8 Ga...
ATHLETICS AT WELLINGTON CARLTON'S WONDERFUL RUNNING Wellington, February 22. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
ATHLETICS AT WELLINGTON CARLTON-S WONDERFUL RUNNING WTelllneton. FWiruarv 22. The track was fast, but b strong nor therly blew yesterday, when the big ath letic meeting was held here. Thousands attended to see the two champions. Carl ton and Simpson. Carlton won both the 100 yards and the 220 yards In fine style. The 100 yards was an epic race. It was run with a strong headwind blowing, and vet Carlton covered the distance In 10 2-5 sec. Simpson was second, three yards be hind, and Jenkins third, a yard behind Simpson. The Australian was given a wonderfully enthusiastic reception. In the 220 yards, Simpson collapsed 35 yards from the mark, and was carried from the field with a strained muscle. Carlton finished first, six yards ahead of Jenkins, with Fleming third, another five yards behind.
NARRACOORTS DEFEATS VISITORS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
KftRBAtUXMru DBfXATB ? VISITORS A party of ten players'from the Sema phore Bowling OlubTwho wcra touring the South-Bsst. visited Narracoorte and played rnatrricB against the local bowlers. The afternoon games resulted In a win for Nar racoorte. the scores being:— JCarrmcoorte 75. Semaphore 59. In the evening the con tests resulted In a draw. The president (Mr. J. A- Brown) welcomed the visitors, and Mr. T. Lock replied en their behalf.
M.C.C. TOURNAMENT HOPMAN WINS SINGLES Melbourne, February 22. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
M.CC TOURNAMENT HOPAUN WINS SINGLES , „ ? Melbourne, February 32. ??.? **'*??**& won tne singles champlon 5KPw*ndi wltn Mre' H«n-er. toe mixed Si0'6,1? championship In the M.CC. tennis SSSaT' llesu&U*11*' Park 8rOUncl Singles Championship (Final).— H. Hop man d J. Clemenger. 6 — 1. 6—4, 6 ? 3. Mixed Doubles Championship (Final).— H. Hopman and Mrs. R. R. Harper d B. C. Schleslnger and Mra. P. c. TannTfr- 1 6— 1. Women's Singles Championship (Final). — M»- *? B- Harper d Miss Hoddle-Wrlgley. Women's Doubles Championship —Mrs. Ofira Wood and Miss Toyne d Miss K. Murdoch and Mrs. R. R, Harper. 6-3. 6—1. The nnal of the men's double champion ship will be played on Monday afternoon between H. Hopman— G. L. Patterson and J. C.emenger — R. Schleslnger.
UNIVERSITY TOURNAMENT R. WILKINSON WINS THREE CUPS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
UNIVERSITY TOURNAMENT R. WILKINSON WINS THREK CUPS The non-pennant section of tbe Univer sity Lawn Tennis Club completed Its first annual tournament on Saturday afternoon. Tbe mixed doubles championship final proved the most interesting match of the day. R. Wilkinson won the singles cham pionship, the doub'.es championship (part nered by F. Brockmeyer). and the mixed doubles championship (partnered by Miss E Goldssck). UntU lsst year he played In tne Prince Alfred College team. The cups win be presented at the Unlventty Refec tory at a luncheon next week. Results:— Stogies Champlonshlps._R. Wilkinson d. J. D. fearcy. 6—1. 6—1. Semi-finals— J. ^ee.*- W. Baudlnet. 6-4. 6—5; WUklnson d. A. Turner. 6—2, 1—6. 6—1. Final— Wil- kinson d. Lee. 6—5, 3—6, 6—1 f.ln«J« Handicap.-*1. Barter d. J. Con nelly. 6—2. 6—2. Seml-anal— Barter d. J. ?***? f~*- «---? Flnal-^A. Turner d. Bar ter. 6 — I. 6— L ^8«ie^P^BtrtS^andVS?Sun1: L^and^CoxT^SS'* -* °m^1 n?i^bl*..£hMipl£5shlD'-*ta'll-K- wii R^nsSHs, «ws...
AUSTRALIAN WINES IN ENGLAND Market Cannot be Expanded, Says Business Man [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
AUSTRALIAN WINES IN ENGLAND Market Cannot be Expanded, Says Business Man It is useless for Australian producers to regard tbe English market as a pos sible avenue for an expansion of the wine export trade, eccording to Mr. Edmund Collins. Commonwealth attor ney for W. & A. Gilbey, gin distillers, and a director of tbe Cons Distillery, Geelong, who is travelling to Mel bourne by the Oronsay. 'figures for tbe past two years show point 6o far as English sales are con cerned.' he said. 'The demand for Australian wines Is stationary. I can not see any possibility of exports in creasing under existing conditions. New markets will have to be sought if the overseas trade is to be extended. British people are seeking -cheaper goods, and are turning to South Afri can wines, which can be landed in England more cheaply than Austra lian.'
PREMIERSHIP TABLES A GRADE [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
PKKMIKWH1P TABLES & uKaus tr. w. 1*. s-exs. Gelland ? 19 17 2 308 Seaton Park ? 19 17 2 188 St. Barnabas ? 20 14 6 174 Norman Memorial ..19 9 10 122 WcodvlUe ? 19 7 12 123 TorrensvUle ? 19 6 13 117 Port Adelaide ? 20 4 16 104 Wattle ? ..17 a 15 99 B GBADE Norman Memorial ..18 16 2 178 Carnarvon ? 16 15 3 179 United ? 18 14 4 182 Lar Blrk ? 17 12 5 158 Brompton Methodist . 18 10 8 155 St. Barnabas ? 17 8 9 131 West Torrens ? 18 7 11 122 Seaton Pork ? 18 4 14 77 Gelland ? 18 3 15 94 Port Adelaide ? 18 — 18 59 O GBADE Alberton Baptist ..16 13 3 161 United ? .. 16 12 4 156 WoodvlIIe ? 16 12 4 152 Lar Blrk ? 15 9 6 120 Wattle ? 14 8 6 121 Carnarvon .. .. .... 15 8 7 123 All Saints ? 16 4 12 71 TorrensvlUe .. .. ?.. 15 2 13 73 Norman Memorial ..15 1 14 58 Clare. 8 sets. 104 games, d. Snowtown. 6 cets, 102 games.
FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION GOVERNMENT Secretary Suggests Adoption of League Rules [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION GOVERNMENT Secretary Snggests Adoption of Leagne Rdes The secerUry of the Football Auodatlon (Mr. W. B. Tank). In his annual report, recommends that as tne association'* rules are obsolete, 'coee of the league s&ould be adopted. ~T*hese will tend towards an Improve ment In management,' he says. Mr. Tank advocates. In tile selection of combined teams, that It would be an Im provement to 6elect two players from each club and the remaining number from any opportuclty of selecting tbe best possible on the premiership list. duslon of a Unit-class player from one of the teams iower down on tbe list, whereas tbls suggestion would provide a better opportunity of selecting bte best possible Mam.' Mr. Tank says. At present three players are selected from the first four teams, and two each from the four bottom teams. 'An experienced captain should be tbe first selection.' Mr. Tanks says, 'and he should also be appointed coach of toe side. This may mean tbe exclusio...