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WEATHER FORECAST [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

WEATHER FORECAST Fine and warm to hot, with [?] winds, but cool sou- th[?] later in the far west

Publication Title: Advertiser And Register
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WASH TO HOT [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

WASH TO HOT The District Meteofological Offcer in the report issued by him last night said:- The anti-cyclone controlling the weather in South Australia is gradually TPathrr in Sooth Australia gradually AWMvm eastward and, on. its retreating * edge, warmer weather was experienced ta-day, a number of stations registering ? jtede leadings of 90 degrees or over. : -* a wi" '">'?"? of 95 degrees was shown v at Cook and Ryancutta. At Adelaide. -v ~ alter a cool dewy night, mm. 519, the .' ~ itannometer rose to a maTimnm of -? - CtC. Scattered rain was recorded over s-' tte continent during the 48 hours :*.'.. -- ended ? aan, bat apart from a few X. . ~rrt— *? to heavy faffe, chiefly In tbe * tracks, tte registrations were only very - ihht s> Hght. To-day's chart showed - ite ??fc?M* of a shallow depression of *- . aonsoonal origin over most of Western i- AKUalla. and by 3 pan. the low had ? advanced to head of the Bight. "~ awoHmt anticyclone exists round the Wiili nrr'il corner of...

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[?], CULTURE FOR TEACHERS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

[?], CULTURE FOR TEACHERS The Director of Education (Mr. Adey) and the Base Commandant (Brigadier [?] watched the first aid and physical [?] demonstration of students of tte College at tbe Jubilee ~" ' Q?al yesterday. The students are ? - M^ny?|i'?tmr intensive instruction, and - * tte course will close in a few days. They ? ~ m congratulated for their efficiency - IV Mr. ABey and Brigadier Cass. Mr. Adey spoke of the value of the training vtdch would be passed on to school "~ *? *nMr*r. throughout the State, and - ???*?* tte military officers for their ?—?_- Am in the training.

Publication Title: Advertiser And Register
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REPEAT ORDER FOR STRAIGHT EIGHT GRAHM-PAIGE SEDAN FOR BROKEN HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

REPEAT ORDER FOR STRAIGHT EIGHT GRAHM-PAIGE SEDAN FOR BROKEN HILL. This straight 8 Graham-Paige Sedan was recently delivered to a Broken Hill owner by the South Aus- tralian distributers the Maughan-Thiem Motor Company, Limited, 185-9 Pulteney-etreet, Adelaide. It is a re- peat order.

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The Advertiser and Register TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1911. Wicketkeeper Stumped; Artillerymen Enjoy Camp Life; Smiles at "Whoopee" Party; Liner for Australia [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

The Advertiser and Register TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1911. Wicketkeeper Stumped; Artillerymen Enjoy Camp Life; Smiles at "Whoopee" Party; Liner for Australia VICTORIA'S BRIGHTEST BATSMAN. H. Oakley, who' made 73 in dashing style in the Sheffield Shield match against Sooth Australia. Driving Grimmett for four. SOME OF HIS OWN medicine was given to Harriett, the Victorian wicketlgeeper, yesterday, when Walker (South Australia) ?tumped htm. The faU of his wicket dosed the tunings for the visitors. COSTING 0,600,000 TO BUIIJtt, the, Monterey ?j (25£85 tons) is one of two Mateon linen beinr con h, strnctea?t4?tocey, Mnimrhimetta. Next year they J wffl ply between Sydney and San Francisco. She u| wfll bare pine decks. IT WAS GOOD TO BE ALIVE yesterday, as these girls probably thought w£m they attended a -whoopee party" in front ot the Kiosk, atthe Broadway. Gfenelff. left to riebt—Blfes Letdier, Mrs. Jack Moody. Misses livingstone. Bloody (at back), and Marshall. SHAVING AT SUNRISE is no har...

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CARBURETTOR TROUBLE MAKES STARUNG DIFFICULT MAGNETO MAY BE AT FAULT [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

CARBURETTOR TROUBLE MAKES STARUNG DIFFICULT MAGNETO MAY BE AT FAULT Difficulty in starting die engine of a car was attributed to the carburettor by a correspondent seeking information through the free service established by "The Advertiser" in conjunction with the Royal Automobile Association. Below tLt p u D,; n |,-,, n cV,?,.,- ," ? l . *L: ..,?..IJ tt^.1 A>*> M*- K- ?? Bnnkman shows just how this would affect the starting. OUier possible faults are to be found in the magneto, though the car borettor offere the moBt likely source. ? DiOTMUmg Mid AiJMting ? Qrtoitttor ' Clanking the engine of his 1926, model Dodge four without getting more ' than * spasmodic response has wem ; down the patience of^Carburettor Trouble" until he decided to seek a remedy. He also asks the rieht wav to go about removing a cylinder hfUd on a side-valve engine that has not m been shifted for five years. 9 SSwSJ^SH fessJ->^SHS*sWaig |e-ma^in^a^^ the rack and pinion become worn. Tha l^^'^^ify^ Srf...

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SMALL CAR RECORD Speed of 102¾ m.p.h. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

SMALL CAR RECORD Speed of 102¾ m.p.h. It is cabled from Paris that the Eng lish racing motorist, G. E. Eyston, has driven a supercharged Moms "M.G." midget car at a speed of 102¾ miles per sPorte model fc a four-cyUnder engir. 57 bore 83 stroke the capacity being 847 c.c. This is th first occasion upon which a baby car ha exceeded 100 m.p.h., and the acliieve ment te aI1 the more remarkabie b= cause t he epeed of 102.76 m.p.h. wa mair.tained for five miles, whilst a average or 101.87 m.pi. was clocke | for 10 miles.

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DEATH OF DAME NELLIE MELBA (Continued from Page 9.) Madame Marches [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

DEATH OF DAME NELLIE MELBA (Continued from Page 9.) Madame Marches At last Melba sought a hearing from Madame Marches. and waited in great anxiety for the verdict. Madame Marchesi did not say a word to her, but hurried to the door and called out to her husband. "Salvatore! Salvatore! At last I have found a star!" Madame Marchesi became a proud and affectionate teacher. At a musical morning given at her home in Paris in 1886, the young Australian singer was included in the programme, and for the first time sang under the name of Madame Melba, Mr. Maurice Strakosch was in the smoking room of Madame Marchesi's house when he heard Melba sing Care Nome. He listened to the end, and then said to Marchesi's husband, "I want that voice!" After nine months in the Marchesi school, Melba made her first appearance in opera at Brussels, as Gilda in Rigo letto. It was an experience, as she afterwards related, "of terror and joy," and after it she never looked back. It was an admirable performance ...

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PETER DAWSON'S REGRETS LONDON, February 23 [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

PETER DAWSON'S REGRETS LONDON, February 23 Musicians unite in paying tributes to Dame Nellie Meiba. Expressing his profoundest sorrow, Peter Dawson, the famous Australian baritone, said:—"Melba nlways lifted one up marvellously. She was most helpful to young singers and always ready to encourage and sympathiso." Sir Landon Ronald describes her as "one of my oldest friends, who helped my career greatly. As an artist none could approach her. She was siciplv supreme." v ? "LIFE OF INSPIKATIOir' "My only knowledge of Melba was of the artiste," said Dr. E. Harold Davies, director of the Adelaide Con servatorium, "and hi that sphere she has been rightly esteemed 'prima oonna' in the true meaning of the words. Her life has been, and vriH ever be an inspiration to young Aus tralian singers, for there are many who are almost as gifted as she by natural endowment. But what Melba pos sessed, they, for the most part, lack— the will to work, to work hard, and to work continuously, even in the mi...

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TASMANIANS IN MELBOURNE Nash Takes Three for None in Two Overs Melbourne, February 23. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

TASMANIANS IN MELBOURNE Nash Takes Three for None in Two Overs Melbourne, February 23. ? . Very fine bowling fcr Tasmania by L. ! Hash was the brightest feature of the t matcn between Victoria and Tasmania. which , was begun on the Melbourne ground yesterday. Nosh Is a well-built. last"right ? nander, and he finished with three wickets for none In ti!s first two overs. Three chances were missed off his bowling and he finished with three for 16. TASMANIA First Innings J. Atkinson, c Schrader. b. Healy .. 39 ' T. N. Matthews, b. Chapman 16 ? D. Green, c Darling, b. Healy ... i L L. Nash. b. Schrader a G. Martin, run out 22 . E. C. Newton, c. Newstead. b. Schrader 31 > D. N. Brain, Lb.w., b. Morton 21 ? G. Gibson, run out ?. 6 ! a. James, c and b. Morton 6 . V. Hooper, not out 12 . R. Townley. b. Morton 8 , Byes. 20. leg-byes 2, no-balls ..„?.. 3 Total 224 Bowling—Morton, three for 64; Schraderj two for 65; Healy, two for 32; Chapman? one for 23. VICTORIA First Innings G. Eaton, c. ...

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OUR OBSTINATE ARTIST [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

OUR OBSTINATE ARTIST .PLAYING ON THE LEVEL is what the artist was asked to illustrate. This is what he did.

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CITIZENS' LEAGUE AND MR. LYONS Seeking a New Ministry [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

CITIZENS' LEAGUE AND MR. LYONS Seeking a New Ministry In reply to the appeal of the Citi- zens' League to the South Australian members of the House of Representa tives to stand behind Mr. Lyons in forming a new Ministry, Mr. M. D. Cameron, MJS.R., has telegraphed as follows:—"Your telegram regarding Lyons received. If Lyons can form new Ministry I am prepared to support him while he introduces measures which in my opinion would restore confidence throughout Australia. I believe the position to be so desperate that Gov ernmental expenditure should be cut to the utmost. Members of Parlia ment and civil servants should be re duced to about the salaries obtaining in 1914." Mr. C. A. S. Hawker, IvTYrTR., has replied to the effect that he was unable to make a statement at present with out consulting Mr. Lyons. ! The Citizens' League is sending an other message to Mr. Makin, as fol lows:—"Reference your reported denial of support for Mr. Lyons as leader, we request you definitely to state ...

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JUDGE DETHRIDGE SEES ANOMALIES Effect on Unions of Lang Government's 44-Hour Week Melbourne, February 23. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

JUDGE DETHRIDGE SEES ANOMALIES Effect on Unions of Lang Govern ment's 44-Hour Week Melbourne, February 23. Chief Judge Dechridge is a great be- liever in industries being allowed to live. In the Arbitration Court to-day, when the effect of the Lang Govern- ment's 44-hour week -was being dis cussed, he said the court should either be killed or the Legislature should; at any rate Industries should be allowed to live. He reserved judgment on an applica tion by the Storemen and Packers' Union to have eliminated from the Federal award all members of the union employed in New South Wales and en ? gaged in the skin, hide, and wool in -1 dustry. The ground for the application was that the Federal award was not in 1 consonance with the legislation for a 44-hour week recently enacted In New South Wales. Mr. W. Brotherton, Federal secretary of the union, said that the union would be seriously prejudiced by the present position, as members would resign from the Federal organisation to get the a...

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"GENERAL STRIKE NOT SUPPORTED BY ALL" Work of Trade Union Congress [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

"GENERAL STRIKE NOT SUPPORTED BY ALL" Work of Trade Union Congress "There was no substantial support for a general strike as a pro- test against the 10 per cent, reduction in wages," said Mr. H. Kneebone yes- terday on his return from Sydney, where he attended the Trade ' Union Congress. He declared that there had been an earnest attempt on the part of the executive of the A.C.T.TL, to secure uniform action with! regard to indus trial and economic problems as the worker saw them. It was hardly sur prising that there should have been many and divergent views expressed, but impressive sincerity was displayed by the delegates. On the question of unemployment, said Mr. Kneebone, stirring appeals for prompt action were made, but it bad not been found possible to arrive at a common policy for the future apart from that which" had been observed by the A.C.T.U. in the past. It was definitely shown, however, that there was no substantial support for e general strike at this extremely critica...

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ADELINE WILSON MURDER POLICE INTERVIEW PARENTS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

ADELINE WILSON MURDER POLICE INTERVIEW PARENTS At Russell-street police headquar- ters to-day, detectives interviewed Mr. and Mrs. F. Wilson, the father and mother of Hazel Adeline Wilson (16), . who was murdered on January 10 at Ormond. [ It is understood that the detectives, ' having failed to find the young man ! who, they believe, could supply impor : tant evidence, and for information ? about whom a reward of £50 has been { ! offered, conferred with Mr. and Mrs. : Wilson before making other investiga tions.

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MR. GABB CRITICISED POSTAL WORKERS ALLEGE LACK OF POLICY [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

MR. GABB CRITICISED POSTAL WORKERS ALLEGE LACK OF POLICY The action of Mr. M. Gabb, M.H.R in threatening to vote against the Fede- ral Government on the floor of the House of Reprsentatives, and in ad- - Representatives, versely criticising the policy of the > Federal Government, was denounced by ' several speakers at a meeting of the ? Amalgamated Postal Workers' Union, ' held last night at the Trades Halt < It was stated that while Mr. Qabb had shown no sympathy with the policy of the Government and its efforts to find a solution to the troubles con fronting the nation, he had completely failed hinuwif to advance any policy or suggestion to remedy the situation. The meeting decided to request that the action of Mr. Gabb should be considered by the special State conference of the Labor Party.

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FARMERS' HIRE PURCHASE AGREEMENTS OWNERSHIP OF GOODS Attorney-General Opposed to M.P's Scheme [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

FARMERS' HIRE PURCHASE AGREEMENTS OWNERSHIP OF GOODS Attorney-General Opposed to M.P's Scheme "I am amazed to find that Mr. Pat- tinson has not repented of the sugges- tion he made in the Assembly last Sep- tember that the property in goods . property goods s under hire purchase agreements should ; pass to the buyers when they have paid " 50 per cent, of the price," said the At . tomey-C3eneral (Mr. Denny) yester day. , Mr. Denny, who was referring to the ' recent statement in "The Advertiser" by k Mr. Baden Fattinson, MJP, on the hire , purchase of implements and vehicles by 1 farmers, said there was one fatal ob jection to Mr. Pattinson's proposals. To do as he had suggested would be to make a new contract between the par ties on such terms that, had the mer chant known of them beforehand, he would not nave parted vrith his goods. It would mean that a merchant who had given credit to a farmer and ob tained credit in his turn from his bank or the manufacturer on the faith of his be...

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GOVERNMENT INACTIVITY "Leading to Chaotic Conditions" Booleroo Centre, February 21. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

GOVERNMENT INACTIVITY "Leading to Chaotic Conditions" Booleroo Centre, February 21. A meeting convened by the local branch of the S.A Wheat Producers' Freedom Association was attended by 250 farmers. An address was given by ? Mr. Robert Homburg. The following ' resolutions were adopted unani mously:— 1 "This meeting enters an empha . tic protest against the heaw increase - of land tax assessment of properties during a period of unprecedented de ? pression. which in itself requires heroic efforts to surmount without adding an " other burden in the form of e.Ttortion * ate land tax assessment." T "That every, farmer in this district 0 appeal for a 50 per cent, reduction on * the old assessment. ?"This meeting views with grave con -1 cern the inactivity of both the State and Federal Government in failing to come to the relief of distressed farmers : in some practical form. Such mac? ? tivity is leading to chaotic conditions . in farming centres, and must lead to . the inevitable ruin o...

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TORRENTIAL RAIN IN NEW ZEALAND Wellington, February 23. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

TORRENTIAL RAIN IN NEW ZEALAND Wellington, February 23. Exceptionally heavy rain fell at various places last night. Greymouth reports 12½ inches in 24 hours, Arthur's Pass nearly 11½ inches.

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No Alteration in Conditions Melbourne, February 23. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

No Alteration in Conditions Melbourne, February 23. It was stated in Inderal circles to day that there would be no alteration of the jtfederal Ministry's decision to provide a bounty on wheat for the bounty wheat far the 1930-1931 season for export in favor of the suggestion made at Jerilderi, New South Wales, on Saturday, that the £6,000,000 to be raised to assist wheat growers should be distributed on an acreage basis, instead of in the form of a bounty.

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