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PORT ADELAIDE ASSOCIATION NORMAN MEMORIAL WIN B GRADE MINOR PREMIERSHIP [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
PORT ADELAIDE ASSOCIATION NORMAN MEMORIAL WIN B GRADE Following were results of matches played on Saturday: — A GRADE Seaton Park. 12 sea 85 games, d. Tor rensvllie, 3 seta 53 sanies: Gelland. 11 sets 94 games, d. WoodvlIIe. 4 sets 66 games: St. Barnabas. 11 sets. -L Port Adelaide. 4 sets: Norman Memorial. 8 sets 72 games, d Wattle. 7 sets 77 games. B GRADE Brcmptoa 5I«.Uoaist. 12 rets 95 games, d. Gc;ian-I. 3 sfte 59 games; St. Barnsbas. 11 sets 85 games, d. Port Adelaide. 4 sets 54 gam?*: Cnlted 15 sets. 101 games, d. Sja-.on Park. 23 games; Nonnan Memorial. S sets, d. Carnarvon. 6 sets; Lar Blrk, 10 sets, 90 games, d. West Torrens, S sets 61 games. C GBADE TorrensvlUe. 10 seta 79 games, d. Norman Memorial. S sets is games: WoodvUle. 9 seta 82 games, d. Wattle. 6 sets 78 games: United, 8 sets 87 games. -L All Saints, 7 sets 72 games; Albert Dn Baptist. 12 sets 98 games, d. Lar Blrk, 3 sets 56 games.
DO YOU KNOW? ANSWERS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
DO TOU KNOW? ANSWERS ill 1. A solicitor in 'Bleak ?Housb.'JB 'appeared to enjoy beyond everjflS the sound of his own voice.' *m 2. Women axe extreme, Mag *£§ tetter or worse than men.'.^ Bruyere). ' ''^m 3. James I. To gratify the fiaoM after faia alliance with Bpeio. K|§ 4. Dr. Samuel Johnson. rfe| 5. Peter tbe Gnat km 6. Two millions. :^M Questions on Page 9 'j
SOUTH SUBURBAN CHURCH ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
SOUTH SUBURBAN CHURCH ASSOCIATION Results of matches played on Satur day: — A GRADE Parkslde West Methodist. 15 sets 99 games, d. Colonel Light Baptist. 3 sete 52 games: Goodwood Baptist. 12 sets 95 eames. d. Colonel Light Methodist. 6 sets 72 games: Clarence Park Methodist. 10 sets 88 games, d. CcttonvlUe Church of Christ, 8 sets 81 games. B GRADE Colonel Light Methodist. 12 sets 95 Eames, d. RoseQeld Methodist, 6 sets 69 games.
"Advertiser" Crosswords—2 The Clues. ACROSS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
'A dvertiser' Crosswords —a The Clnea. ACROSS 1. Wild dog. 6 Time. 8. Barely. 12. Annual. 3 3. Soak. 14. Influenced 16. Residue. 18. Jrk. 1 9. Prepared. 20. Saw. 21. Color. 22. Prolonged 23. Hard nut to crack. 25. Free. 27. Grew. 31. Force. 33. Assembly. 37. Pompous. 39. Considers. 41. Pen. 42. E a s tern prince. 45. Stuff. 47. Adorn. 4S. Vein. 49. Title, r.l. Ship*. Advertiser Solution No. 1. r-2. Openings. r-3. Accost. 55. Wrath. 56. Frontage. 57. Certify. 58. Costume. r.9. Proper. CO. Assent, ill. 'Recourse. DOWN 1. Stone. 3. Iionged.^ 3. Strung. 4. Took off. 5. Caused. 6. Goes by. 7. Partisans. «. Spurt. '2 *. D ? t *«Jt?| tment. fe^ 10. Ite, ,1 ?l St. Temper. -' »0. Swindle*.^ *U Mature* ~* St. Mind. 3 S«. DevIL %' SB. MesatloM.il at. doesr. A S8. Dodged. -* 40. W*ys. - ' 48. Dope. -A 44. Tuck In. ,'t 46. Vegetable.]! 46. AtMwdes.-jy 48' ZtaMft.11'* ^ SO. O b««rr-i1 ?ace. '£. 52. Storm. U E4. Hb*. I 6«. Tree. \ ANOTHER PROBLEM TO-MORROW
Reade Park Championship [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
Reade Park Championshio C. Harvey defeated W. H. P. Sykes la the final of the Beade Park championship. Svta ni«yed exceUent tennis to the first set. fiav tng a lead of 5—2 at one stage. At this Juncture the Inter-State player began to sparkle, smashing overhead wlnntrb with great precision. Harvey mas driving with great pace from either side of the court and Syses could do nothing against the attack SnTSu'v' ££4' by mumP^* to «™ Harvey malnialned his ascendancy In the jecond set, prodiKlng aces In great style. He found the side lines In an Sstonlshlni '?nner. The Inter-State man won the set. 6— 3. It was a great miiftrti. This is the second season Harvey has won the championship. B. W. Pullman defeats H. E. Solomon Tbe final ot tbe Stun championship was played on Saturday. H. E. Solomon, who was easily defeated last season by C. Harvey was this year expected to beat B. W. Pull man. However, the later mixed bis game well, and frequently passed the Stint sap teln with well placed shot...
THE THIRD DEGREE WHAT HAS HAPPENED SO FAR [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
THE THIRD DEGREE By R. A. J. Walling Aall'-r of '\l't'1 Glove' WHAT HAS HAPPENED SO FAR I John Belliver. an articled clerk in a lawyer's oCice. is In love with Pnyllb Lan- 1 son. hi« imployer's niece. Lanson, who has al-ays treated Belliver :ike a son. suddenly change his attitude and lorbtds his friendship wltu PHyllls. Belliver. . 1-^wi'dered by this change of front, be come*! -.usplclous of Lanson's friend Baird. a rich elderly merchant.. Soon ancr K-ards Lnnson Is found dead in Baird's billiard room. Belliver Is arrested, but escapes, wanted oa a charge of witfui mur der.' Lanbon'K old clerk then dlbcovers that Instead of leaving His niece a fortune Lanson Has left ner pcnnlle--^. Phyllis consults Fcwlngs, a jourusli-t frlcuJ of Belllver';-. They Iind records of long .standing payments Sn thousands of pounds to a mysterious 'Samuel' Beiliver. Keiv Ings traces a schoolmaHer of that name at Lakcford. and discovers that he Is hiding young Belliver. So do the police, how ever, and F...
SERIAL STORY THE ADVENTURES OF LOUIS DE ROUGEMONT AS TOLD BY HIMSELF [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
— SERIAL STORY — THE ADVENTURES OF LOUIS DE ROUGEMONT ? AS TOLD BY HIMSELF ? Thru she would masticate a piece of ftuaoa flesh and give it to me in my mouth, but I was quite unable to swal Jow It, greatly to her disappointment. 8h« most Have seen that I was slowly Wiring, for at last she stooped down «nd wnlspered earnestly In my car that ?fee «aald leave me for a little while, ?ad so off in search of water. jjuce a oiream it comes dbck u- me bow «*'» *rpT»tTi»^ that she had seen some birds passing overhead, and that if she followed in the same direction ah* was almost certain to reach water eooner or later. I could not reply; but I felt It was a truly hopeless enterprise on her part. And as I did not want her to leave me. I remember I held out my tomahawk feebly towards her, and ripied to her to come and strike me on the head with it, and so put an end to my dreadful agonies. The heroic creature only smiled and shook twr hMH** ^'iphatf cal ly Efae took Ihe proffered weapon, however,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
STOP HEADACHE WITHOUT DANGER Bayer, Who Discovered Aspirin, I Gives Directions Since Bayer discovered Aspirin end ! introduced it to the medical profession ! in 1900. many imitations of this original j genuine Aspirin are being sold, some as Aspirin, and others are being loudly advertised under similar names, but un less you sec the name Bayer cs tablets. | you are not Retting the original Aspirin prescribed by physicians for over 25 years as a harmless way to stop head- j aches. ! When you fciiffer headache, from any cause, or you feel nervous, unstrun?. or excitable, be sure you take only genuine Bayer Aspirin tablets as directed in ' packaqe. :mri rcliel will come without ' anv bad reaction. : Bayer Aspirin never affects the heart, derantres the stomach, or forms a habif : besides, this cenuine Bayer Aspirin costs : no more than these uncertain suhsti- : tu;es and imitations wliich no phy.si- I cian would think of prescribing ' K'A ? chemists sell boxes containing 12 Bayer Aspiri...
CHAPTER XVI. The Mill By the Shore [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
CHAPTER XVI. The Mill By the Shore On a fairly good map of the De partment of Finisterre you may see — among a lot of Tre. Pol, Pen and Lans, just as if it were a map of Cornwall — a name which is unlike the rest of them. It is Gulmaec. Guimaec bas a church, and a stragg ling street with a fork, in it, a caba ret, and several little shops with bushes bung over their doors, where, for very anal) coins, you may buy cider or tne wuiic wmc ui lug wuuixy. it is true that good wine needs no bush, and the white wine you buy in Gui maec or any other village of Brittany might be better. But it refreshes the weary and thirsty pedestrian, and is quite harmless. It was very grateful, for example, to the parched throat of Mr. John Belliver, for though the month was October, the day on which he arrived at Guimaec was hot, and the road was usty. So be sat on a stool hi tbe slate-floored shop of Madame Scouar nec, debltante, and sipped the white wine thankfully. 'Monsieur has walked far?' enquired ...
WOMEN SKIPPERS ON PORT RIVER [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
WOMEN SKIPPERS ON POBT _ RIVEB .^TilSE^* r?' 'cPPy water, the women ttippers who competed in the all boats race on the Port River made excellent tune. Miss L Harris handled BoongaUa well, and with a handicap of 12& minutes? won lately from the scratch bo«. OymS JMrs. W H. Powein. The starter? weS: Gymea (Mrs. W. H. Powell), scr.: Boon Balla (Miss 1. Harris). 12J0? Arrow (Mis p Salkeld). 14: Allen Fraser (Miss D Andersen). 18; Weetena (Miss L. Cowey). run down, the Gymea took the lead. Op posite Luff Point, the mest on Allen Ftssct broke, and Arrow met with a similar fate Just before rounding the beacon. The or cer and times of rounding were: — Gymea. -?38-00; Boongalla. 3.41.40; Valentin^ 3j46.00: Weetenn. 3.46.05. On the beat back sne crew cf the Boongalla lost a halliard. J» i..*™8 «™«dled by one of the crew cUniDlng the mast end revlns another. 2?i? coP2:te-I finishing times were:— Boon- falla. 4.28.59; Gymea. 4J2J5; Valentine. 4.36.45. Test for Toung Skippers The second ...
PREMIERSHIP TABLE [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
PBQOKtSHIP TABLE B«i. pa* ? ,r ,w-^ stun ? u d i iS fort Adelaide A ? S a 4 18 MUlSVOOd ......... 12 8 4 IB East Tamos D ........ 12 6 6 13 OteaOsmoBd ........ 11 4 1 ? But TorrenB X ? 10 3 i S East Adelaide C ......... 13 ? 13 __ Women's Section MTLLSWOOD B V. BAST AOEUUDE C Misses Oldfleld and Fraser (M.) d Misses Goodman and Bowker rtLA.).6-3.ns^4? Misses HoUlday and KeUy (M.) d. Mlssca Draper and Brawn (EJU. 6-3. 6-1; m£s HoUlday d. Miss Goodman. S—l; Miss Old fl€W d. Miss Bowker. 9-2: Ulss Praser d. Mis Draper. 9-8; Miss Kelly d. MlssBrownl fr-X- ToUls-Mniswood B. 8 sets 60 gamS East Adelaide C. 23 games. '
B Grade, Section 2 [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
B Grade. Section X OUm OSMOND O T CAST ADELAIDE B atMCB and Funer (O.O.) d. JtcOraUi and O. U OcSert CEJL). 6-1 6— t: Flekl and sTMiTd (OjO.) d. K. OeUert and Farmer fSJL). S—6. 6— X 6— *; Baton d. KcOrmth. «-*. 8—3: PaDv d. K. OoOert. 8—1, 6-3; -laM 4. Fanner. 3—8. 8—3. 6—3: Ik OeUen C Hleld. «— l, 8—4. Totals:— Oten Osmond C S rabbere. 10 sett; Bast Adelaide B. 1 Wbtw. 4 seta. ? __stcrt c v djuvebsitt d CDcoata and B. Vlckers (S.) d. Taylor and Rancor -o.V 6-3. 6-3: Smith and *%«m«« i6-» d. H. Thomas and BrooJces fD.l. «— «. 1—6. «— 3: O'DonneU a Taylor. 6— i. ?--*: Tlckna d. Honnar. 6—1. 2 — 6. 6—2: ?. D. Tbamas d. Smith. 6—2. 1—8. 6—5; Baooks d. Painter. 6 — t. 6 — 3. Total*:— ?tort. * robbers. 9 sets: Unlvers ity D, 2 1 labben. C st^. I C Grade ! k FOHT ADEUltDE C V. UNIVERSITY E ! . _FrtscJ-»rd asd Rusvil (Pjt) a. WcicJi and i Baa tH4- 8—5. 6— i. Lee and Frlckc.- (P.A.) I W&EPL «Aa-T%«2i S-^K^f1 Sr?v^ WyH port AdelaUte O | JSs6*™ 10 88*K Wattewlty E. 1 rubber BKADK PAR...
RIFLE SHOOTING DIFFICULT WEATHER CONDITIONS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
RIFLE SHOOTINGJ DIFFICULT WEATHER CONDITIONS A strong 6WlngLng rear fishtail wind played havoc with riflemen's scores on Saturday, and a revelw at the end of the day showed about the worst collection regis tered for many days. As usual on a bad day. there are always one cr two ex ceptional shoots, and In this instance L. - Frankham (Cyclists). 90 out of 100. L. I Egllnton (Goodwood United). 39 out or 100. and O. R. Rogers (Adelaide). T. W. Ellis (Port Adelaide), and T. P. G. Cooper (Port Adelaide) each 72 out of SO. had fine per formances. At AUielstone. B. pry (Torrens Valley), a young shot who has Just taken up the sport, had the good score of 93 out cf J00 at 800 yards. Ee won the Mayor of St. Peters trophy. The club had more than twenty members competing. Reed beds Club shot at Fulham over 500 yards, and B. A. Stein, who Is now In ex cellent form, was top with 38. 39—77 out of 80. W. T. Rowe. who Is getting near the veteran «tage, scored the only possible tor the afternoon. Cycl...
POLITICAL REFORM LEAGUE Mr. Grenfell Price to Speak at Meeting on Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
POLITICAL REFORM LEAGUE Mr. Grenfdl Price to Speak at Meeting on Tuesday The second annual general meeting of the Political Reform League will be held at the Chamber of Manufac tures Building, Pirie-street. tomor row, at 8 p.m- Mr. A. Grenfell-Price will speak on 'Inflation.' with special reference to Australian proposals. The president of the Women's Coun cil of the league, in her report, says that a promising feature of the year's work had been the enrolment of. girls leaving school. It is proposed this year to hold luncheon meetings, when prominent speakers will be invited to address members.
ADELAIDE AND SUBURBAN [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
ADELAIDE AND SUBURBAN First Section.— TJnderdale v WalkerrUle— Underdale. 8 wickets for 117 (Eldrldge 5 for 41); WalkervUle. 10 wickets lor 76 (Harrison S for 15). East Adelaide v Kenllworth.— Kenll- worth, 10 wicketE tor 243 tSeager 73. Toung 41; Molyneaux 4 for 57, Dobson. 3 for 84). Fulham v Wallaby.— Fulnam. 5 wickets for 84 (Fielder 3 for 44); Wallaby. 10 wic kets for 83 (Nelson 7 for 21). YitC-A. v Glen Osmond.— T.M.C-A, 10 wickets for 214 (Masscy 54. Cheek 48. Mad dera 41; Mayfield 4 for 49. Kelly 3 for 66). Second Section. — Goldsorougb. Mort v. Parkslde.— Goldsbrough. 10 wickets for 269 James 185. Kerr 30; Roach 3 for 38. pro bert 4 for 40). Malvern v Postal Electricians ? Postal Electric^ io wickets for 172 (Foden 26; Sax land 5 for 22, Chlnnery 3 for 47); Malvern. 1 wicket tor 12. Hawthorn v Foresters.— Hawthorn. 10 wickets for 117 (Master -40 n.o.l; Foresters. 10 wickets for 119 (Skltch 7 for 42). Railways v. Capstan.— Capstan. 10 wickets for 273 (Vennlng 35. Anderson 54...
COUNTRY ASSOCIATIONS SOUTH-EASTERN [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
COUNTRY ASSOCIATIONS SOOTH-EASTERN Modnt Gambler. 124 (UcEachem 35. Byrne 30; Edwards, four for 49; Magarey. four for 35). d. Narracoorte, 66 and 50 (Byrne, six for 20 and five for 11). If Mount Gambler beets Penola It will win the Whitty trophy for the filth tune. MCRRAT BRIDGE Railways, tbree (dfc.) for 14S (Moroney 84), d. Wanderers. 68. BROUGHTOK ASSOCIATION Koolunga. 194 (J. Laury 57. C. Palmer 51; N. Hynes. 2 for 13). d. Snowtown. 102. Tacka, 166 (W. Spencer 53, W. Badman 31. W. Cooper 31). d. Brinkworth. 117 (J. Swan 40). B Grade.— Snowtown. 153. d. Koolunga. 64 and 35. ?