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DO YOU KNOW— [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 9 January 1931

DO YOU KNOW— 1. Which was Charlotte Bronte's 'black year'? 2. Whether the boomerang is ex clusively an Australian weapon? 3. When was bull-baiting made ille gal in England? 4. In what did the enjoyment of Oils sport principally consist? 5. Matthew Arnold's object in writ ing 'Literature and Dogma?' - 6. What is a mezzotint? Answers on Page 11.

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SHIPPING NEW ZEALAND [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 9 January 1931

SHIPPING NEW ZEALAND Wr^iugvon. January 7.— Arrived— Bruns- wick, for Me:bourne. Dij&edin. January 7— Arrived— Taraaakl, from London. Salied — City of Delhi, for Melbourne. Lyttelton. January Vr— Sailed — Karamea, lor London.

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WORD GOLF TURN SLEEP INTO DREAM Bogey is 8 For This [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 9 January 1931

WORD GOLF TURN SLEEP INTO DREAM Bogey is 8 For This Word Golf eeems to have caused one or two sleepless nights. If you find the problem hard, 'sleep on it;' don't lie awake trying to puzzle it out. This is a paatime, not a task. If you can rfeep. perhaps you will dream of the solution. it^JJ^J?111 sleep mt0 ft *««»-? sogey is eight, however. Perhaps you can get a birdie, or an eagle. The rules are simple, change one letter at a tune, so as to makeTwOTd in cemmon use with each change Slang abbreviations, proper namesTand dialect are barred, and the orderof ttie letter must not be changed Take this as an examnle--JT!t tn Run. Bogey 3-Hit, iS^,'^ *° nrNeZ.%££T proble*;-Sleep to JL II J* HL p Solution on Page 4.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 9 January 1931

COMBAT CONSTIPATION BY TAKING PlNKETTEO PINKETTES are sentle, effective laxatives ind liver regulators— they correct CONSTIPATION, TORPID LIVER — dispel SICK HEADACHE, BILIOUSNESS emove SPOTS and PIMPLES remedy FOUL BREATH — iid the APPETITE ? and KEEP YOU WELL Of chemists and stores. ['FREE SAMPLE sent on appucatlonl ^.Write B Dept Box 594 FF CF.O^SydneyJ DRY ECU ON I HANtAJEAR irritation Dreadful. Lost Sleep. Cuticura Healed. 'I suffered from dry, scaly rcrjma on my hands for a year. It came out in small patches and the irritation was dreadful. It gradually spread until my hands were so sore that I could not do housework of any description, and could not sleep. They were very painful and unsightly. 'I tried nearly everything but still they did not improve. I read an adver tisement for Cuticura Soap and Ointment so wrote for free samples. I began to improve **ftt*r npfTiir tfri^yn so I purchased more and in two months I was com pletely healed.' (Signed) Mrs. A. M. Baker, Broad Gree...

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FIFTY YEARS AGO [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 9 January 1931

FIFTY YEARS AGO FROM 'THE ADVERTISER' OF JANUARY 8, 1881 A memorial in favor of cre mation signed by 100 doctors has been presented to the Eng lish Home Secretary. Farmers in England last year gave no fewer than 3,210 bills of sale, the aggregate sum be ing £567,560. In consequence of the ex treme heat yesterday's matinee at the Theatre Royal was aban doned. A fatality from sun stroke occurred In Hindley street. Satisfaction is felt in religious circles at the man. steamers now leaving Adelaide on Fri days instead of Sundays. ' The owner of a vineyard at Langhorne's Creek, who allowed his vines to grow as they pleased has a better crop than ever this year. He advises leaving vines to nature instead of pruning them. * The Orient liner Chimborazo has stranded on the Mmion Reef, within easy reach of Fort Adelaide. It Is conjectured that mirage led to m-niiimi»- tion of distance.

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IN OTHER CITIES MELBOURNE GOSSIP Melbourne, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 9 January 1931

IN OTHER CITIES MELBOURNE GOSSIP VNU Mr Speetel Conwtvondeot Malbourne. Juuirr 7. a MB HOTBr be said that Lord Bomeni has not entered fully into the life of the people. After camping with the Rover Scouts *t Bfalloooota, a picturesque resort on the east coast just off the Prince's Highway, he has gone on to another scout camp at Inverloch. His appearance at the camp flre was greeted with a shout of 'Ah SkMwm. Ah Swiwiwi. s-h-h-h-h Bonf,' followed by a whistle and call This was apparently highly compli mentary, and a* such it was appre ciated t»y Lord Somere. Too many people, Lord Someis told his audience, though it ridiculous to eee their Gover nor going round disguised as a Boy Scout* but the uniform was an outward sign of an attempt to live up to the aeout law. 'I heard it said recently, when I was disguised as the Governor-General at a little place in the bu&b called Can berra,' he added, amid laughter, 'that the Boy Scout movement wag mili taristic. I cannot imagine anyt...

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TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 9 January 1931

TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL The first meeting of the Adelaide Trades and Labor Council for the yaar will be held at the Trades Han to morrow evening. One of the matters for discussion Is the adjourned debate on the motion asking the Government to extend the school-going age in or der to prevent boys and girls from being obliged to seek employment dur ing the period of depression.

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PETITION TO KING Proposed Protest by Citizens' League [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 9 January 1931

PETITION TO KING Proposed Protest by Citizens' League At the last two meetings of the exe cutive of the Citizens' League, the mat ter of the appointment of Sir Isaac Isaacs as Governor-General has re ceived attention. The following resolution has been prepared for submission to the execu tive at its next meeting on Monday: — 'That a petition be prepared forpre sentation to his Majesty the King, through the proper channels, protest ing against the appointment of a Governor-General from within Aus tralia.' The league is also looking further into the legal aspect of the appoint ment, as several well-informed authori ties have declared It to be imoonstitu tlonal.

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JOCKEYS SUSPENDED Trainer Disqualified Sydney, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 9 January 1931

JOCKEYS SUSPENDED Traner Di»qnalified m. ? .„. ? Sydney. January 7. . JCi.drE3LZ2? «*Deaa«l by the stew 6* ttw MeDBdJUrlatim of taie Novice Han SJ^jJJSg! ^25J?» '«* of the only 1m- nvTQrtt— wiimfamfm -iurln« the day, Itdtoa by tit* aPanmtlGS. J. TVo»,»c.r nn-^ wUtoK. awl tha Stewart* taeidui en WW^to the «w» * totete^nce vlth .paodad him for two mouths under rule 151 * Aa enquiry wu also held Into the cause orin*Btf«rence with Bop Out, ridden br J^amitfc. la tba .e«Sf tfUWoin * the Wtyttm HUhUc&p, and the stewards found t»»t O. O^pbeU. rider of P^aBel^ gjgwyw* and sutvendeit hub to^ two W. LaodrlSBB, tmtner, and the bay geld tne, Darid Moore, were to-day. disqualified tor alz month* by the Ascot Badng club's stovmrda. J. Ooup. rider of Davlil Uoore In the MeoBd. division of the Flying; Handl o*p- waa stupendad tar « almllar period un der rule IBB, mod the atvnrards decided to call upon toe owner (Mr. W. H. BCarsHall), who wma not present, to show cause why be should not be d...

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FEDERAL LABOR CONFERENCE [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 9 January 1931

FEDERAL LABOR CONFERENCE Further details were received by the Labor Party yesterday regarding the meeting of the Federal executive of that body to be held hi Melbourne on February 9. The Federal secretary (Mr. D. L. McNamara, MX.C.), stated that it was intended to ask the Federal and State leaders of the Labor Party, the Prune Minister, the State Premiers of Victoria, South Australia, and New South Wales, and the leaders of the Opposition hi Tasmania, Western Aus tralia, and Queensland, to attend the meeting, which it Is expected wfll oc cupy several days.

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SOCIAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 9 January 1931

SOCIAL NOTES Reports of weddings and other items intended for insertion to the Social Column of 'The Advertiser' should be forwarded as early as possible. Ml Invitations and com munications in connection with purely social matters, to order to avoid delay and confusion, should be addressed to the Social Editress. Misses Brown, of 'The Wilderness,' Medindie, are spending tne summer vacation at Henley Beach. Mrs O. V. Roberts and family, of 'Narrioota,' Spalding, are spending the eummer months at their house at Encounter Bay. Mr and Mrs. Arthur Britten have returned to 'Rotorua,' Hyde Park, after spending the Christmas vacation at 'Taj Videre,' Aidgate. Mr and Mrs. W. J. C. Cole, after staying at 'Gertymore.' Victor Har bour, have returned to Richmond-road. Westbourne Park. Mrs. J. Tietz, of Walkenrille-road, St. Peters, is spending a holiday in the South-East. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Hutchinson and family, of Cross-roads. Clarence Gar dens are spending their holidays at 'Wauraltee,' Port ...

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LABOR NEWS COOPERS' DISPUTE CONFERENCE TO-DAY [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 9 January 1931

LABOR NEWS COOPERS' DISPUTE CONFERENCE TO-DAY T&e dispute which has practically suspended operations at the establish ment of a city firm of coopers has not yet been settled, but arrangements were made yesterday for a conference of re presentatives of the employers and em ployes. The trouble arose originally from a complaint made by members of the Coopers' Union that an excessive out put was demanded by the employers. The Trades and Labor Council disputes committee acted on behalf of the em ployes, and the Employers' Federation for the employers. The conference will be held at the offices of the Employers' Federation this afternoon. *

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LABOR PARTY COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 9 January 1931

LABOR PARTY COUNCIL me special council meeting of the Labor Party, called by a requisition of 25 delegates to deal with the Grey ward election for the Adelaide City Council, will be held at the Trades Hall this evening, and, if the business for which the special meeting has been called is transacted, it will be followed by the ordinary monthly council meet ing.

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REPORTS FROM RURAL CENTRES BALAKLAVA [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 9 January 1931

REPORTS FROM RURAL CENTRES BALAKLAVA Local wheat stacks are gradually being I filled, two buyers only operating. To date' about 73,000 bushels have been delivered at local depots. — A number ol schoolboys left: for jaunts. Allan Edwards Joins the T-AJj. bound for Sydney, and Eric Underwood. Eddie Dennlson, Winston Ollchrist, Les Diercfcs, and J. Gibson will join the agri cultural classes of various high schools for a trip up the Murray.— Midget golf has at tacked BalaUava, where a miniature links! is being put down. BURRA The annual children's sports inaugurated and given in the first Instance by the late I Mr. J. H. Gallagher, of Quondong station., and now supported by his eldest son, Mr. George Gallagher, ol Gawler. was held on the Aberdeen playground under the super vision of Mr. Alex W. BadclUTe and Mr. Jack Carpenter, when over 300 children from Kooringa and Redruth participated, and ebout 200 adults. In view of the unem ployment, outside help was solicited, and a liberal respo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 9 January 1931

TREMENDOUS of MDDLANE BROS.' STOCK THE LARGEST SALE -* CARPETS, FLOOR COVERINGS, &. ever heid in adelaiM WILTON CARPETS WILTON CARPET SQUARES Special range in all sizes, beautiful colorings. 9 ft. x 10 ft. 6 M a I £13 13/ for *O/0/- 13ft.6xllft.3 fiC/K/ £22 10/ for IiJ/iJ/' 9 ft. x 12 ft., se/ii;/ £15 15/ for X5/13/ 15 ft x 13 ft. 6 $01 /1C/ £29 10/ for Ml/ID/ SUPERFINE WILTONS These Carpets are best quality Wiltons ever imported into Australia. ?££»'*? £12/12/ 9 ft. x 12 ft., £14/14/. £29 10/ for *14/I-i/- 15ft.xllft.3in. C31/1C/ £45 for 1*1/13/- WILTON HALL RUGS 7 ft. 6 in. x 4 ft a 7Q/C £5 15/ for |3/U 12 ft. x 4 ft 6 in £5/1(1/ £8 15/ for »/!«/? 9 ft. x 4 ft 6, £4/ £6 19/6 for «**/' WILTON HALL CARPET RUNNERS 27 inch, 19/6 for Jj/g y£ 36 inch, 25/9 JJ/J y£ TONELEIGH AXMINSTER HEARTH RUGS 4 ft. 6 in. x 2 ft. 3 in. 19/6 for - - - - 10/6 ftL HEARTH RUGS Axminster Rugs, 4 ft. 6 in. x 2 ft 3 in., in Turkey 19/0 a* colorings, Red and Bine. 25/6 for - - - lL- * *** AXMINSTER JU...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 9 January 1931

Headache THE DANGER SIGNAL HWHittchfts are but symptoms of other ?iimanta to which they are merely sympathetic such as Indigestion, Biliousness, Constipation, or some other Irregularity of the system. To overcome headaches. It is abso lutely necMsuy to get at the cause. Drugs which act on the heart and re duce the pulsations only have a tem porary effect. If yon suffer from head aches arising from Indigestion, Bilious ness, Constipation, or Sluggish Liver, tbere Is no better remedy than Or. Worse* Indian Root Pills. -1) ECZEMA I C'7j EUEF from dm I f \y Pain and du I *~ ' Iran of Eczema I is caaphte wImb you I aavlr Zua-Sok to the I affactul part. , I Sootbes at Ae firrt I touch and quickly I Ub. Unequalled (or I all ddn «H»»mm.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 9 January 1931

Tea Buds at Their Best Young tea buds, picked while full of rich sap-juice, contain more flavor. You can use smaller 'spoonfuls' and en joy tea that is richly delicious. To get young lea buds at their finest, ask for Bushells Blue Label Tea. Slew care in curing retains the full frag rance of the lander shoots. Multi refining, a Bushells process, ensures ourity. A finer tea flavor that saves you money 'is worth finding. I Seven big cups of delicious tea only I cost you Id. if you use Bushells Blue , Label. ? 3* WHO SAID CLOTHES MAKE THE MAN? It doesn't matter really, but it is quite tiue that spick and span well-kept clothes tare an important Influence on the mental attitude of the wearer. Let LAUNDRIES LIMITED, by their modern dry cleaning process, remove Irom your clothes the marks of holiday wear. LAUNDRIES LIMITED DRY CLEANING PRICES are adjusted to meet the times. Suit? and Costumes dry cleaned and pressed for 5/ each. Collection and delivery tree. RING LAUNDRIES LIMITED, L. 514...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 9 January 1931

O i Washing, not talking, has made fSB=2S=^i^=5HS5S==SB; 'Bunyip' famous. If you nave nmtW&lfuW* SfliiT# not 1^ it. cut out this adv, post Il»WliJLMR S-MM|i it to us, and we shaU send you a |fl& « a fiSSl generous sample. n_ tJ n -SUg Name ? Addnsas ? « — ^| SOLE MANUFACTURERS & PATENTEES, - : pS THE BUNYIP SOAP CO., LTD., - LIVERPOOL BUILDING, FiaNDStS-6TREET, ADfiUSDK, '4 ?phone 7030 (three lines). .-& SOAPMAKEBS SINCE MSt— gPT AMyAYB PP-TD-PACE. 4^ Distress after Every Meal, ConstipatKifi, ^ Biliousness, Splitting Headaches ! g That's the daily lot of many people who have not: ||i heard of Mother Seigel's Syrup. This fine tezne^F » Ji a particularly efficient stomach and fiver tonic, ft |S naturally dispels indigestion, biliousness, constipation ?^ and sick headaches. Gives appetite for food, power ^J to digest it, and freedom from digestive distress.' ^pg| Such has been the experience of tens of thousands of ^ people all over the world. It may be ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 9 January 1931

PUBLIC NOTICES   ALBERT LODGE NO. 12,       aaTW^k. „ "|[f:0D;- Bp*o^ >_WA_I **?515 .tt^T kSaSFe iHS MEKIISfrJ to be held TUESDAY. M9-J1 Ja..? 13th. fKSSP Bueines: Election of 0??? and Delegates ta Grand Lodce. ALF. DODSOX. Secretary. ELECTBJC LM-^7in?.Ued. 17/6 point IBrt- tish)—Br^nto. Elecln. Light C? rta. t-7^: \f?, A. O. OOSALDSOS. SosMB Oenti-* ATA Victorla^qaare. corner Grote-at, Adelaide. Stt-?BIS removed. Bed Sand. Lean. Manme. Subble. CuXi OeS^-^liWmTu MM. uanwreo.—?m_?u. PHILIP MARKS. DENTIST.         Haigh's Building, 41, RUNDLE-STREET. 'Phone C. 2052. Lift.   -=r-- — -2?"-?z —""? ? — rWEAPEK Ury deaning, S/? 6uits. Coftamea, \J OwreoaU.—Contineoul Ury Cleaner, and Hyeta. IM. Grenlell-- Omm'Q M.chine^-1 Buy or Bepilraiiy make 0 —cSormhrTCentral Ibutet Arcade. ¥%£J77S !7-r pOEt Kou-lunga Progrcsa AmocUUoo.—ltath So*?*. WH? Sk,wS,,,*u,S H*-^ o**0 ** 5? £^...

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PETROL FROM SHALE Gives Great Car Mileage Sydney, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 9 January 1931

PETROL FROM SHALE Gives Great Car Mileage Sydney, January 7. The chairman of the Shale Oil Inves- tigation Committee (Mr. Hamilton   Knight, M.L.A), stated to-day that it had been definitely proved in a test byAir Commodore Kingsford Smith that shale petrol was of a finer quality and could give greater car mileage than imported petrol.   If the proposal to develop the indus- try were approved, about 50,000 persons would eventually become employed in it, and millions of pounds which were going out of the country annually would be spent in Australia.      

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