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"WEEK-ENDING" CONDEMNED Bishop Against Companionate Marriage BLAMES AMERICA LONDON, February 23. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931
"WEEK-ENDING" CONDEMNED Bishop Against Companionate Marriage BLAMES AMERICA LONDON, February 23. In an outspoken condemnation of companionate marriages and "week- ending by young unmarried couples, the Bishop of London (Dr. Ingram) preaching at Chapel Royal, St. James, said that the other day he had had the greatest difficulty in persuading a young married" woman that to go away with a man other than her husband tor a day or two was adultery. "'Adultery!'she said. "What a funny thing to call if " ?"That's what the Bible calls it.'" I replied. "With this insidious teaching creeping in from America, we have to look carefully to see what is the teaching of our Lord. Z find many people make a great deal of the Lord's Wn^npss to a women taken In adultery. Of course He was kind, but we must not forget the rest of the Christian reli gion. I but a terrible mai The body is a beautiful servant, ster. Christians must I watch every cinema and play and see that they do not bring temptations to t...
TALK OF FLIGHT FROM H.Z. TO AUSTRALIA Captain Chichester Denies Rumors Auckland, February 23. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931
TALK OF FLIGHT FROM H.Z. TO AUSTRALIA Captain Chichester Denies Rumors Auckland, February 23. A report from the south says that Captain F.C. Chichester. who flew from London to Australia last year, was hers awaiting a favorable opportunity to : fly solo to Australia. It was suggested ! that Captain Colchester's intention was ' to fit his machine with floats and a col ' lapsible rubber boat. Captain Chichester says be has no definite plans. "I might let you know something in a day or so." The interviewer asked, "Will you deny that it is your intention, to fly to Aus tralia?" Captain Chichester, after a pause, said he would deny it. As far as can be learned, there are no floats in New Zealand suitable for Captain Chicbester's machine, the Gipsy Moth in which he flew from "Wellington to Auckland a few days ego. Captain Chichester is now a member of the New Zealand Territorial Air Force, doing annual training at Hob sonville air base.
ADELAIDE GIRL IN LEIPZIG [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931
ADELAIDE GIRL IN LEIPZIG It behoves mothers to look carefully at the noses of their little daughters after the numerous bumps and falls most of them sustain. Take the case of little Peggy Palmer &lt;she is a young woman now, probably bobbed or shingled, but until they see for them selves she wffl always be "Little Peggy" to Adelaide people). Peggy, who set out for Leipzig with her mother a few years ago as an infant prodigy at the piano, justified her mother's faith in her talent when she was recently awarded the Grimm Stipendium, a valuable musical scholarship. When Did It Happen? Her joy in this was chastened, how ever, when the eminent German spe cialist who looked at her rather re trousse little nose discovered that it bad been badly broken. Now neither Peggy nor her -lather ever remembered that her nose had been broken, and as far as I can gather none of her nume rous relatives in Adelaide can recall the fact either. But the nose was broken, and the eminent specialist d...
VAGABONDS AGAIN HORSE THAT JIBBED [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931
VAGABONDS AGAIN HORSE THAT JIBBED Before the pictures swept everything in the way of amusements before them. The Vagabonds were a well-known troupe. They travelled throughout the country districts in South Australia, and sometimes, they own, they had to use Shanks's pony. On one occasion, the leader of the company, in despera tion, sent a wire to his father:— 'Stranded: what shall I do?" The parental reply was brief and to the point. It was merely, "Get work!" The young man took his advice, and so did most of the others. As a matter of fact, one of them is a minister in a country town to-day. Chatting over old times and hardships, which look like fun through the kindly mist of the years, they decided recently to get together again, and, un der the old no me of The Vagabonds, give another series of concerts, onlyt this time they will be for charity. Those who have joined forces are Messrs. Will Runge, Fred Williamson, -Jack Curtis. George Horton, Charlie Baud, Vie. Moran, Alec Anders...
FARMERS PROTEST LAND TAX ASSESSMENT Objection to Valuations Blyth, February 20. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931
FARMERS PROTEST LAND TAX ASSESSMENT Objection to Valuations Blyth, February 20. A meeting of more than 70 farmers was held in the Blyth Hall on Friday afternoon to discuss the formation of a committee to handle the appeals of , farmers in the district against the land ' tax assessments. Mr. J. S. McEwin (chairman of the Blyth District Coun . cil), who was in the chair, explained : that the meeting had been called under the auspices ol the Wheat Producers' [ Freedom Association. 1 Messrs. A. Lyeil McEwin and H. W. ? Kime pointed out that it was necessary > for each individual to apply to the Taxa ? tion Office for a form for appealing. : Before filling in the appeal form they [ were asked to consult the committee on ' the matter of fixing uniform values for 1 the different portions of the district. ' Messrs. J. S. McEwin, L. A. Cornish, W. . Pratt, sen., W. J. Ninnes, E. A. Jericho, and W. O. Eime were appointed a com mittee to assist farmers requiring I advice. The following reso...
UNABLE TO PAT MOTOR TAX Cars May Be Left in Garages Moonta, February 21. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931
UNABLE TO PAT MOTOR TAX Cars May Be Left in Garages Moonta, February 21. On Friday evening a meeting was held at the Druids' Hall, under the auspices of the S.A. Wheat Producers' Free- dom League. The Mayor of Moonta (Mr. B. C. Kitto) presided, and said the meeting had been called to protest against the "iniquitous motor tax levied ,on motorists." He said a meeting of representatives of committees was held at Moonta the came afternoon, when a uniform and equitable basis of unim proved land values had been agreed upon for the districts represented, and arrangements made for appeals against i the land tax assessments. Mr. H. J. Cadd said the Government had diverted the motor tax into gene -1 ral revenue instead of where it was intended to be, expended an the high ways. Unless the Government gave the motorists some relief from the present . exorbitant tax, one half of the cars would be left in toe garages. People in the country had to have come means of 1 getting about, and if they had...
SELF-RELIANT GIRLS FROM FACTORY TO HOUSEWORK THIS IS THE MOOCHI [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931
SELF-RELIANT GIRLS FROM FACTORY TO HOUSEWORK THIS IS THE MOOCHI fore they leave for work in the morning, and a hot din- ner at night. There are sand- wiches cut for those who take Six months ego Stella was a ma chinist at Holden's Motor Works, and knew very little about housework. To-day ehe is cook at the Lady Vic toria Buxton Girls' Club, and the girls call her "chef," as a tribute to her culinary success. Many of the girls who called the Lady Victoria Bux ton Girls' Club home for so long are scattered now, but the matron. Miss K. I. Eewley, is proud of them, for they proved their independence and adaptability, by tackling the job Chat wbs nearest to hand. Most of them were em ployed in factories and were among the first to be affected by the business depression. They soon re alised that there was little hope for re-employment in their usual avoca tions, and most of them showed a fierce Spirit Of in dependence. Learned Cooking "They hated ow ing then- board," said Miss Kewley. "an...
CEREAL GROWERS United Action Proposed Yorketown, February 22. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931
CEREAL GROWERS United Action Proposed Yorketown, February 22. There was a large attendance of farmers and others at a meeting on Saturday evening. Mr. B. H. Farrow, who occupied the chair, explained that the meeting had been called to take organised steps to endeavour to secure the .same consideration for all cereal , growers as the Federal Government were proposing to extend to wheat ? growers. Messrs. Root. Newbold, L. A. Slade, R. Robinson, W. E. Witters, H. J. 1 Vigar. Jj. G. Bartram, G. H. Hart, and A. McKenzie spoke. Some of the ! speakers strongly supported the pro posal, and others opposed the bounty. They enquired the position of cereal growers who had not had any crop. The necessity of getting Into touch : with cereal growers apart from wheat in other parts of the State was empha , sised. It was decided that a committee consisting of Messrs. E. A. Giles, HP, B. H. Farrow, R. -Robinson, E. £. Lloyd, and R. Newbold be appointed with full ' power, to organise a deputation, or...
AUSTRALIAN DRIED FRUIT IN ENGLAND 622 Tons Sold in Week Melbourne, February 23. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931
AUSTRALIAN DRIED FRUIT IN ENGLAND 622 Tons Sold in Week Melbourne, February 23. The Commonwealth Dried Fruit Ex- port Control Board reports that, during the week ended on February 19. 632 tons of dried fruit, valued at £20,330, were sold in Great Britain. Sultanas ? (216 tons) averaged £40 15/ a ton, and currants (394 tons) were sold at an ' average of £28 3/4. Sales to date in i" Great Britain are 28.487 tons, in Canada ;? 6,867 tons, and in New Zealand 1,862 . tons. Reports from the principal pro ducing centres foreshadow a substan '? tial decline in production this season, ' and particularly in sultanas.
LETS TELL EACH OTHER [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931
LETS TELL EACH OTHER By Lady Kitty Will Sadie Creigally kindly send her address to Mrs. A. Crabb, "Stapleton," "Walkerie, who writes:—"I've lost her address. We have corresponded since I answered her questions in your column, and a friendship was formed." To Make Raisins The prize or 7/6 this week goes to Mrs. A. Crabb, Stapleton, Waikerie, for her reply to MIL, who asked for a recipe for m airing raisins. Mrs. A. Crabb, writing from Waikerie, says:—-"Our men have dipped and dried hundreds of tons, and are busy now." She sends this recipe:—Pick the fruit nice and ripe, leave in bunches, except when the bunches are too large. Place in a dip tin or benzine tin cut length ways. Make a wire handle, perforate holes all round and bottom. The dip is as follows:—12 gallons water to 1 lb. caustic soda, temperature 200 deg. Dip the filled tin just li seconds, or just in and out lengthways. Drain, and spread on wire netting racks or trays. Wooden trays dry them well also, if used, turn them ab...
"AFTER HOURS TRADE" Barman Claims Wages For It; Loses Case [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931
"AFTER HOURS TRADE" Barman Claims Wages For It; Loses Case "I was engaged to look to the after hours trade. I have been fined in ail £6 5/ for carrying liquor off the pre- mises, and am now serving 21 days' imprisonment in default of the fine," said Edward James Wells, in the Police Court yesterday. He was claiming before Mr. W. V. Ray, S.M.. £7 5/ from A. Morris, of the Tavistock Hotel, alleged to be wages due. It was alleged that Morris had engaged Wells at £5 a week, less £1 5/ a week for board, and that during the five weeks when be was actually working at the Tavistock lie had never received more than £1 10/ in one week. Morris, he said bad (old him he could not keep the hotel going. Mr. J. F. McCarthy appeared for WeUs, and Mr. C. Town send Gun for Morris. Morris said lie nad engaged the comp-ainant for £3 15/ a week and keep as a boots barman. He nad paid nun the lull amount each week. On several occasions Wells nad received ad vances on his wages betore the end of the week. ...
OTHER FEATURES THIS MORNING [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931
OTHER FEATURES THIS MORNING Page. Page. Answers to Correspondents .... 7 Out among the People .. .. .. iO Broadcasting Programmes .. . 4 Personal „?. 8 Country Section 7 Pop ~ ~ 10 Crossword Puzzle 1 Postal Arrangements ........ 6 General News 10 Racing and Other 5p0rt...... 5 Illustrations 16 Shipping ~ ~ 6 Law Courts 6 Serial Stories ~ 13 Leading Articles 8 Social Notes 12 Monetary and Commercial .... 6 Views and Comments .. .. „. .. 12 Mickey Mouse 11 Weather Map ~ .. 6 Motoring 15 Woman's World ~ .. .. 14 INDEX TO CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Amusements 2 LostandFound ?. 4 Auctions . 16 Medical 3 Business Partnerships; &c." '.'. 2 JgS^fcS?*"- "* Sharas " I ' Births, Marriages, and Deaths 8 Motor cycles 3 Board and Residence Vacant 4 Mo tor Tour Notices V. '.'. V. '.'. 3 Board and Residence Wanted 4 Miscellaneous 3 Carriers. &c. .......... 2 offices. Warehouses.'&c..' to Let 3 . Commonwealth Govt. Advts. .. 3 persons Wanted 4 Cycles . 3 public Companies .' .'...
MALTA DELEGATION IN LONDON Fear of Curtailment of Civic and Religions Rights MALTA, February 22. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931
MALTA DELEGATION IN LONDON Fear of Curtailment of Civic and Religions Rights MALTA, February 22. The Nationalist leaders here have cabled the leaders of the three political parties in England stating that Lord Strickland's delegation from the Par- liament of Malta and now in London gn&lt;l due to interview the Secretary ; of State for the Colonies (Lord Pass field) to-morrow, represents the mino rity in Malta. The statement protests against any , constitutional amendments curtailing ' religious or civic rights, and says it trusts that Britain will refrain from in terfering in local questions, "lending it , self to partisan intrigues to the detri ment of Malta, whose religion and na tional rights England formally pledged herself to defend on taking Malta to her protection."
IFOR TRIAL HERE: ARRESTED IN VICTORIA [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931
IFOR TRIAL HERE: ARRESTED IN VICTORIA To be tried in Adelaide for alleged blackmail and on a charge of larceny from the person, Frank Smith was ar- rested in Melbourne yesterday. He will be escorted by police back to Ade laide. Smith was committed for trial and released on oail. He was to have ap- I peared before the Criminal Court. ; Adelaide, in November, but he could i not be found, and a warrant, charging : him with absconding from bail, was ! issued.
FOE TB. SOLDIERS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931
FOE TB. SOLDIERS The first of a series of open-air [?] concerts in aid of the Tuber- [?] Soldiers 'Aid Society was held on [?] roof garden, Victoria-square,! ?n Mwl?y evening. A feature of the; ', fMniim* was a cycle of old English —an^it by E. Lane Wilson, "Flora's i -_' JMHay." which was sung by the TSAB Entertainers, Margaret Pine, :..6Ui Sobels. L. Coney, and S. Tovey. * - Tats was followed by an Fnjflish folk dance la nwstnme by the pupils of Miss I i Myllfcljeftch. An address on the work ?C tte Tubercular soldiers' Aid Society was delivered by Mr. G. E. Sale, who ?bo made an appeal on its behalf. tteaas were ?lso rendered by the mwnw Band, Gordon. Scott, Dave BasaiC Doris Gambling. Joyce Gamb- Hag. and CoHn Hudson. Harold Broad 'bent was accompanist.