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B GRADE Sensational Bowling at Scotch College [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
B GRADE Seioatkmal Bowfiftg at Scott* Collet* A feature of the day* cricket In B Grade was rtrimlfnil for 46 and 74. and Scotch College having scored 203, won by an 1-pT^g. and SI runs. In the disastrous tint innings seven St. fteter's bstsmen were i1«'''~- wtthout ?coring, and In the second three Xaued to score. J. B. Davcy was the star bowler for Scotch College, taking six for 11 and three for 25. He was supported by M. B. ifcKlnan. who tot* two for 3 and four for 17. W. C J. White batted throughout .St. Peter's fitst tnntnn, and was 38 not out when the -att wicket fen. A. B. Jay. for St. Peter's, bowled well In Scotch College's innings, taking seven for 29.
Batsmen on Top in District Cricket PORT ADELAIDE-GLENELG MATCH IN INTERESTING POSITION PROSPECT FLOGS UNIVERSITY BOWLING Centuries by L.A. Smith, J.S. Palmer, and D. E. Pritchard [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
Batsmen on Top in District Cricket PORT ADELAIDE-GLENELG MATCH IN INTERESTING POSITION PROSPECT FLOGS UNIVERSITY BOWLING Centuries by L. A. Smith, J. S. Palmer, and D. E. Pritchard The honors of the first day's play of the tenth series of district titufccl matches rested with the batsmen. In only one match on Satarday was the batting team dismissed and that -was at Hindmarsh Oral where West Torrens, by fast scoring:, reached a total of 337 against Colts. Principal interest centred In the game between « dead*; and Port Adelaide at denelg. The home team has had a ran of eight successes and Port Adelaide's recently improved form suggested that H mlcfat check Glcnele's victorious career. The visit tor team began excellently but then collapsed, losing six wickets for 277 at t*T' D. E. Pritchard compiled his second consecutive cen tary for Port Adelaide. Prospect scored heavily at the expense of the University bowling, L. A. Smith making top score for the day— 156. East Torrens also did w...
WEST TORRENS CONSISTENT Courey, Sincock, and Smith Bat Well [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
WEST TORRENS CONSISTENT Curoy. Sbcoek, and Smith Bat Wifl Wit Tonens batsmen again scored con sistently well tn. the came against Colts, an*, by making 337 in 343 minutes, placed tbtanelTCS In a position to play for an - iwmaat Ml Oonrey. whose somes m his test ttots matches have been 39. 133, and aa. again made a bright 77. f'^1Hng VJSL5*& 'noU «- «» off side. Sincock baiped mm to add 137 for the second wuaai m as minutes. mnr**+- drore and IMtod powerfully and scored his runs In . ai simiim, attune nine louim. conroy hit Haor (Mas. Bhepherd also batted force Itttuy. and Included six fouis In his score «caa. a. S- Smith scored fate runs at a taster rat* than formerly, and made 54 in .« minutes. Percy, who has bowled accu - ately, but without outstanding suocess ? tttouthout the season, was easily the ? s best of the bowlers, securing four wickets ?caress— ? »- WEST TOBRBNS JLVMteock. b. B. Hepworth ? 24 - XX. Conrcy. run out ? 77 S. Stecock. c D. Hepworth, b. H. . .. Bepwor...
PRITCHARD IN FORM Second Successive Century [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
PRITCHARD IN FORM Sbcoho SBccetBve vfnlnij ftrt Adelaide begsa veU against Olenelg ?» the Otendc Oral, but the excellent .?tart ct*en the team by O. W. Buns and mtefaant was almost nullified by the col laps* of the later batsman. The scon de \w»Wifl»fl from, tbree tor 233 to six tor 3d *b» test bowling at Hall being raipon siblo **^ the i i tfiumi Harris was beadlns for his century when he was ran out as ths- result of a tnlfttnirtrrrta nnlni* with k^ttdiard. Xbe opening batsmen hit s»»m tows. Pritchard. despite the tact that lann chances at 38 and 88. batted that the whole side was not dismissed tfacmg the artemoon. He reached, hit iitniMij hi 165 minutes, and ***? unfuushed total of 111 included is lour*. Scares:— POBT ADELAIDE .«*- W. Banis, run out ? .. 73 X. &. Jonas, c. H. Richardson, b. Catchlove ? 36 O. B. Ctttchard. not out ? Ill B. J. Bsrden. c. B. Hack. b. Alexander 31 A. B. Bum. b. Ball ? 11 A. Mama, b. HaU ? 0 B. A. Woods. Lb.w.. b. HaU ? 6 «. McKay, not out ? 1...
CRAWFORD IN GOOD FORM Sydney, February 22 [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
CRAWFORD IN GOOD FORM Sydney. February 22. J. Crawford predominated the nnal day's play in the northern suburbs tennis cham pionships at Klllara on Saturday. He be&l tile Australian champion. E. F. Moon. In straight 6ets. won the doubles, part nered by Moon and with his wire, won the mlsed doubles title. Result*: — Singles Championship — J. Crawford d. E. F. Moon. 6—3. 6—1. Doubles Championship — J. Crawford and E. P. Moon tf. J. and A. WlUard. 4 — 6. 6—2. 6—4. Mixed Doubles Championship — J. Crax ford sr.d Mrs. Crawford d. O. Cummins and Miss Hattersley. 6—0. 3 — 6. 6—0. Women's Singles Championship — Mrs. Mole^worth d. Mrs. BuUsworth. 2—8. 6—2. ' 6— V Doubles— MItops D!ng!e nnd Vallcen- j burg d. Mrs. Molci«orth and Mrs. Butt/i- | «oriii. 2—6. 6—2. 6—4.
CYCLING N.S.W. AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIPS Sydney, February 22. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
CYCLING N.S.W. AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIPS Sydney. February 22. me Australian amateur cnampionsnips were concluded by tbe New South WaieJ Cyclists' Union. Results: — Half -mile Amateur Championship of Aus tralia— J. Clark (N.S.W.). 1; D. Gray (N.S.W.). 2; D. McGregor (NS.W.). 3. Tune. 1 aim. 7 sec. Five Miles Junior Championship of Aus tralia, 40 laps— H. Aldrlch (N^.wT). 1* R. Porter (N.S.W.). 2; B. He&tley (Vic), 3. Time. 10 mln. 30 sec. Senior Championship of Australia, ten miles. 80 laps— L. Standlsb (N.S.W.). 1: L. Potter (V-c). 2; D. Gray (N.S.W.). 3. Won by a length and a belt. Time, 20 mln 42 sec Record for race.
CANTERBURY MEETING Wellington, February 23. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
CANTERBURY MEETING Wellington, February 3s. - -xne.wanxeroury jocsxy t^nn snja-suxn* mer races took place en Saturday. Prtn- clpal results:— ? Middle Park Plate. Six furlongs.— Lti^ AROO8Y, 7 St. U lb_ 1; Conner. 8 It. 4 lb, 2: Palrweatber. 8 St. 9 lb.. 3. Four atarted. Won by ball a bead: two lengths. Time, 1 mln. 13 sec Midsummer **«T''»p Mtte and a. cmar ter^tADY PAM. 8 at. » U-, 1; Jalaax. 7 st. 6 lb, 3; Oampris, 7 St. 3 lb^ 3. Steven started. Won, by two irngOii; a neck. Time, 2 mln. 8 4-5 see.
INTERCLUB ATHLETICS Exciting Semi-finals [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
INTERCLUB ATHLCTICS Exciting Senu-finals Seml-nnalo of the tnter-c!ub athletic events were so hotly contested at Way vllle on Saturday that the successful clubs were not known until the last event of the day. Canoordla College and Plympton Club will now oppose each otber In the final next month. The most outstanding effort of the day -was the ehot putt performance of T. Kull berg. who hurled the shot over 39 feet which, although not a State record, Ik the hest distance ever reoarded bv a South Australian, the record ot 41 feel being held by A. MrlntoMi (Victoria). The cold and showery conditions were not con ducive to athletics, but R. Treleaven showed his best sprint form by winning the 100 yards In 10 1-5 sees. In B Grade, R Bruggemann. of Ooncorula CoUege, showed good form by leaping over S feet 7 ip«*i»— In the high Jump. The *'?'» win be held at WayvUle on March 7. BesuIU:— A Grade Harriers defeated Western: — 100 Tards^— R. Treieaven. D. Fisher, K. Howard ( A-1Hn1flfi Harriers...
OUTBOARD MOTOR BOATING Four Races Held on Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
OUTBOARD MOTOR BOATING ' Four Races Held on SatartUy On the Port AdwiaMe River on Saturday afternoon four races were contested far the Outboard Motor Boat Club of South Aus tralia. Speedjax. piloted by A. Ross, was tbe most sueceemful beat, winning .tbe open handicap and the O class ?cratch rafnt ~ Sea Serpent, piloted by W. Duncan, wam flist home In the B class scratch race, ' and Koondee (E. Bennett) annrTWi tbe D class scratch event. Six boats entered far the open handicap — S need lax. Hosier -D. Boneharl. Trahivm (A. Behrens). Sea Serpent. Tiger (W. Howard), and Koondee. Speodjax won after an frnttJng race. Husler was timnrl and Typhoon tblrd Results at other events:— C Class Scratch Race (three laps, on* mile each)— Speedjax (A. Boat). Tiger (W. Howard). Husler (D. Boucher). Tune. 5 mln. 3 sec. B Class Scratch Race (three laps of one mile). Sea Serpent -W. Dun can). Typhoon (A. Behrens). Atom Too (J. a. Phillips). 3 mln, 90 aec. D Class Scratch Race (four laps, one mile each) ...
WANGANUI MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
WANGANUI MEETING Tbe Wsnganul noes were concSadsd on Saturday. RasuQa of principal evente:— Jackson Stakss. Six fmirmn sTftTlft POTI, 8 st. 7 lb, 1: Lady QuexTTirt. U lb, 2; Hunting Cry, f it, 1. Four atarted. Won by three-quarters of a length: two lengths. Time, I min. 13 3-5 see. wanganul Handicap! aii:^ m*A ^ miav* t*r.— FTBSTACRE. 8 at. 9 lb, 1: Otalrt, 9 St.. 2; Grand Jury, 7 st. 1 lb, X Blabt atarted. Won by two lengths: half a lergth. Time, 3 mln. «««a , Farewell Handicap. Six furlongs.— BAT- ? ACRE. 8 st. 4 lb.. 1; Just AnMsm. 7 at. 7 lb-. 2; Blue Paper, 7 at. 9 tb, 3. Five started. Time. 1 mln. 13 4-5 see.
SNOW IN FEBRUARY Sydney. February 22 [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
SNOW IN FEBRUARY Sydney. February 22 In striking contrast to the heat wave conditions of Friday, Sydney saw a re- turn to winter at the week-end. To- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; day's minimum temperature of 51.2 de- &nbsp; grees was the lowest for February for 68 years, and was only two degrees higher than the lowest ever recorded in this month. At Lithgow large flakes of snow fell &nbsp; this afternoon, following heavy frost &nbsp; in the morning. The crops were badly affected. The temperature fell to 34 &nbsp; degrees. &nbsp; &nbsp;
DO TOU KNOW ANSWERS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
1. Wbo was "OoQvet?&Uon Kongcand in which of XHcfcauTs novels does tie XTTie meaning of "Les lanmes sont ndDfiuns ou plies qqc Ifis hasnxnes**? 3. What sovereign had Walter Ra leigh executed and why? i. "Ox author ot "Men are seldom gratified with praise introduced or fol lowed by mention of defeat"? 5. Who made the Car the head of the RnMan church in lien of the Patriarch ot Constantinople? 6. The population of England at the time ot the Conquest?
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
PERSONAL His Excellency the Governor was pre- sent at the cricket match South Aus- tralia v. Victoria at the Adelaide Oval on Saturday. I On Wednesday His Excellency will j present to Nurse Edgar the bronze medal of the Royal Humane Society of Aus tralia at Government House. In the afternoon he will preside at a meeting of the Boy Scouts' Association at Gov ernment House. The Premier (Mr. Hffl>, the ChSef Secretary (Mr. Whitford). Unrier- Treasurer (Mr. Stuckcy), and the secre tary to the Premier (Mr. Pearce) will leave to-day for Melbourne, where the Premier's Conference will resume on Wednesday afternoon. The British Princes arrived at Santi ago in Chile at 5 pjn. on Saturday. They left Antofagasta by plane in the morning and stopped for lunch at Copi apo. The Countess of Bectlve, of Virginia, County Cavan, Ireland, is a passenger to Melbourne by the Oronsay. She is the widow of Sir Rupert Clarke, of Victoria, and is making a visit to friends and relatives in Victoria. A cableg...
ALLEGED TWO-UP RAID Police Trap 40 Men in Semaphore Billiard Saloon [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
ALLEGED TWO-UP RAID Police Trap 40 Men in Semaphore Billiard Saloon A posse of plainclothes police raided a billiard saloon at Semaphore on Sat- urday night and surprised about 40 men there, while, it was alleged, a game of two-up was in progress. While &nbsp; some of the raiding party guarded the &nbsp; door, others took the names of the men &nbsp; in the hall. They were later allowed to go. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Five plainclothes men from Adelaide, &nbsp; with Constable Bjorklund, of Sema- &nbsp; phore conducted the raid about 9.30 &nbsp; p.m. Without warning, they rushed up &nbsp; a narrow staircase to the only door of the hall, and the occupants had no &nbsp; opportunity of escaping. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
&BTHB, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS limwaaa under this *??"?tnir must t?_ —thenticttcd by the nune and ?oOreas of the sender, and are Inserted ?* ?> charge of Two Shillings and Slx - ganoa tach when not exceeding five _*???*: over five lines. Sixpence per line O?tt Advertisementa in which a Funeral MMooemeM la made are charged for ?? X the Deatb and Funeral were sepa —t aaiMwimwiM'uta. namely—The mlni aSL2* of 2/B and 3/4 respectively. ?? Mamortam and Death Advertisements CJQBBatnlDa? reference to more **?ftrr one *&lt;M are charged 2/6 each for each rtrriiiia mentioned, as If they were dls _*tt?ct aad separate announcements. ?Bfamneata and Approaching Marriage ?ogees require the signals ISboth MTUBj concerned. BIRTHS HILLARY.—On the 13th February, at Loxton Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. s. J. Hillarysr~ &lt;on (Kevern Patrick) HILLARY.r-On the 13th February, at Loxton Hhapltal. to Mr. and Mrs. S J. Hillary of Alawooona - a son (Kevern Pat- rick). Both well. ?4TOL—On...
AMAZING DECLINE IN WORLD SHIPPING Britain Shows 300 p.c. Increase in Idle Tonnage NEW YORK, February 22. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931
AMAZING DECLINE IN WORLD SHIPPING Britain Shows 300 p.c. Increase in Idle Tonnage NEW YORK, February 22. The Department of Commerce has issued a report stating that there has been a heavy decline in traffic through the Panama and Suez Canals in 193 C in marked contrast with the upward trend of such shipping in the immedi ately preceding years. The reppr . emphasised that the decline in world wide overseas trade was marked also bj a tremendous increase in idle tonnage and a pronounced decline in the total of world shipbuilding. The report says, "The latest returns of idle tonnage are striking in that the; represent an increase for individual countries of several hundred per cent Britain fared the worst, with approxi . mately 1,445,000 tons, which was a 30C per cent, increase. The United States '? was affected to the extent of half a ' million tons, and Germany by the same [ figure compared with practically none the year before." The report indicated that Australia . in 1930 had 90.00...
REBELS HOLD TOWN IN PERU REVOLT Loyalist Troops Marching on City LIMA, February 23. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931
REBELS HOLD TOWN IN PERU REVOLT Loyalist Troops Marching on City LIMA, February 23. Aeroplanes and reservists were mobi- lised yesterday to quell the uprising in Southern Peru, which menaced the Government, headed by Provisional President Licut.-CoL Luis Cerro. With the strict and effective censor . ship it is impassible to confirm reports ' which say that the entire southern half iof the country is in revolt. The Gov , eminent admits that the city of Are ? quipa had been captured by revolting [ troops on Friday night. Several loyal ; officials had been killed and defence ! troops were now marching on Arequipa l to crush the rebellion. [Arequipa was the starting point of the sensational and succesfol revolt last i August when President Lequia was ? overthrown.]