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VESSELS TO ARRIVE [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

VESSELS TO ARRIVE October 4-&args Bay (14.184). London. 4— Ceramic (18.495). Liverpool. 6 — -Tudor (6,607). Gothenburg. 7— Mongolia (15.442), eastern States. 8— Turcolng (5343), Lisbon. 8— Esqullino (8,657), Genoa. e-Kaimiro (2.5S2). Sew Zealand. 10— Stentor (6.626). eastern States. 12-Jervis Bay (14,164). eastern States. 12— Nestor (14.629K eastern States. 12— Tasmania (9,008). eastern States.

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WITNESSES DISBELIEVED [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

WITNESSES DISBELIEVED 'Mr. MelvOle, I dont believe a word any of your witnesses have said, and I would advise you to confer with your client.' With these words. Mr. H. M. Muir head brought to a close the defence by Mr. s. J. Melville of Archie Simonds, who was charged hi the Ade laide Police Court yesterday with hav ing supplied liquor 'during' prohibited hours at the WoodvHIe Hotel, Port road, on September 5. Mr. L. Bond, who prosecuted, said that Simonds was not on the pre mises at the time, but that there was a system carried out* to supply liquor after hours. Two men had been seen to hand money to a barman, and leave the hotel with a bag of liquor at 1020 pjn. Simonds gave evidence that he had instructed the barman not to supply liquor, and the barman denied that he had supplied it. Simonds was fined £5, with costs £1 57. A similar penalty was imposed on William John Moules and Alex. Hickey, of Croydon, who both pleaded guilty to having obtained liquor dur ing prohibited hours o...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WEEK-END BROADCASTING SATURDAY 5CL—411 Metres [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

WEEK-END BROADCASTING SATURDAY 5CU-411 Metres 7.30 toSJ0—New5 and musical items. 11.30 — 'Women's session. 11.40 — Musical Items. 12— 'SUvlus's' spotting. 12.16— Musical Items. 1226— News. 1236— Musical items. 1.25— During the afternoon a run ning description of the AJ.C. Derby and the Epsom Handicap will be broadcast from Band wick by M. A. Feny. A 'run- ning description of toe October Stakes and the Stand Handicap, by Eric Welcn. from Flemington. Tailem Bend nice results, other race results at Bandwlck and Flem lngton and league football scores 5.50 — Children's session, conducted by 'Miss Wireless.' 6.30 — Dinner music 6.50 — Rev. G. E. Bale. B.A. 7— Musical items. 7.15— News. 720— Kerwln Mae graltb, 7.30 — National network relay tram 2FC. Sydney— Slatko Balokovlc's concert with orchestra and Kjeil Bieetwood pianist. 30.15-From 5CL—News. l«!zs— ' Dance music. 11.30— Close down.

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
New 5WI on Air This Month [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

New SWI on Air This Month The technical lectures of the Wire less Institute of Australia, which are being given every Monday night, con tinue to be well attended. A Morse code practice class is also conducted between 730 and 8 pm. All members wishing to take part in this practice are requested to assemble at the club rooms at 7.30 p.m. The October ^meeting of the trans mitting section has been changed from October 14 to October 7. Mr. L. Saw ford will talk on 'Problems of Inter ference.'- The vacancy in the coun cil, owing to the resignation of Mr. I. Thomas, has been filled .by Mr. O. Richardson (VK-5YK). Mr. R. Bruce CVK-SBY) has beeu appointed trafils manager in place of VK-5IT. Work in connection with the erec tion of Station VK-5WL at the club rooms is proceeding, and it is hoped that the first tests will be made to wards the end of this month.

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CRIMINAL SITTINGS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

CRIMINAL SITTINGS The Criminal Sittings were continued before Mr. Justice Napier and jurors in the Supreme Court-House yester day. Han Acquitted A verdict of not guilty was returned by the jury in the case in which Thomas Alfred Bitmead (32) denied that on June 27, at Adelaide, he robbed William Joseph Whelan of £1 10/ and a scarf, and that he used personal violence to Whelan. Mr. C. A. Sandery (Public Solicitor) appeared for the defence. Whelan gave evidence that on the day in question he engaged a man to remove some goods for him from Medindie to Porestville. Two or three other men rode on the trolly, and they had drinks at two hotels. They then called at an iotel in the city, where Bitmead joined them. From there they went to the bouse of a member of tbe party to get a lamp for tbe rear of the trolly. In Cohen-avenue a dispute arose about some beer which could not be found in the trolly. One of tbe men struck Whelan, and a struggle ensued. Whelan '?Said he ran into the parklands,...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
APPLICATION TO VARY WILL [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

APPLICATION TO VARY WILL An application was made to Mr. Justice Richards in the Civil Court yesterday, under the provisions of the Testators Family Maintenance Act, 1918. on behalf nf Mrs. Elizabeth Annie Lock, of Hawker, widow of Mr. Laur ence Leslie Lock, who died at Hawker on February 3, and her four children. It was mentioned that Mr. Lock had a station which he sold in 1927. The purchaser had a mortgage on the place arranged to bring in about £600 a year. Mr. Lock, with his wife and family, went to live near Hawker on the interest derived from the mortgage and interest on fixed bank deposits. Some years before his death, Mr. Lock made a will, under which Mrs. Lock was to have a life interest in his estate, . so long as she remained a widow, on which to live to bring up the children. The remainder of the estate was left for the benefit of the four children. In November last year the purchaser of the station sought release from the interest payments, which Mr. Lock granted until ...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

AMUSEMENTS ti^tU *** WANGLE ^ I | ot&isujU JruuiC44!r\ fmjjmBm Oe-rofhyMuck-iill-MotGlicMoorbecd ^^BUlr Hr siuumut jaB SUBsfiS' -. ft''&j5«'« NowU as a Screen Sensation! ^S?^ kJ-^£ £==- . '— ?*^~— - ~.+?T0^rbo tiax^ convention to the winds, _-*^-s-^^ — «3fi^3l SlrCe=gtJ^»g 0Bly *° dlsc0Ter *« Inexorable law of Nature that ,-*^ .? Jj££sSa|Kl ^g,£^^^^g»^ EAST NEVER1™?1* WEST K 1HESI' BOT ».'''£ :^t£««3fi9BI 1 * tf »? » SCINTILLATING SUPPORTING PROGRAMME INCLUDES— ? i , MEXICAN HPICAT ORCHESTRA ; ! ITarner Bros.* Ftiapfcone Musical Masterpicee, ', '-', THE BLACKSMITH'S SEXTETTE ! !; Another Warner Bros.' Vitaphtme Feature. - »_ ? ? ------ ? - — ------- ———^^^—— ————^^^ OH, FOR THE UFE OF A FIREMAN! ; . One of the Fox Movietone Magic Carpet Series. - ! FOX INTERNATIONAL AND AUST. NEWS ! : Showing Match between Jack Hood, British Welter' \ ; weight, and Dundee, U£. Middleweight. - Who is Adelaide's Mickey McGuire? _,_ Dress up as your pal Mickey and come along to -~^^ &am...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

AMUSEMENTS ? NO WOMAN SHOULD TRUST HIM! ^xL^LHHIIEr 'v^ : '- : -'? ? -' ':'' ,'- '-^h^LH^H : -w i±% ? ' **- ?Sff^g- ^HHHHIIIIIIV^LbIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH ^^^^^^^?^-- Si'j^K1 ^^'S^j^^^^S^^B i'-^rSSt^^^B&mi^^^^^^^R ^^ ''s suave charm ^^^^^^Ks^P^SJ^SHk^^H ?P^^P^Bjj^^^^^^^l captivates two women ^^^^Km^isXSjM^U^^Kk i^ifll^^^^^MRIH utation, the other gam ^BB^HB^ff^fiBP^^^^^BB jsclijjfl^^^^^^Hjjfl Wes ber Iove! Does ^^^^^^^^^S^^j^^^^^^^H lff|^^^^^^RHHfl^H be ensnare them too? r^V ^^^^k£l ^ Qzramount Qicture ^^^^L ^||§j|s-£.^ Drama with a drive. -.it lhun ^^^^^ £J!$$r*&- -^ -*eni to *^e sc1*611- -daring, com ^^SS'f-5?»4'- : ' peling, revealing the hushed-up jSpt^^^-.''' side of big-city life. In an en MBfy*0'r%i--;. 'H thraU-nS love eloiy of two wom with mK&£&ii%£*'-':'£r'£2K~- '''i en...and the man they aespiae PAUL LUKAS ^fcl5;-:Sr' 'Uli^i^pMll^pB^^ ? KAY FRANCIS ^^^^SH ^^^f^|7j^^^ T%« 0/itw fl. P. Carres Story ^^QS& ^^^^BI^H|^HH(HB^^^^...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

Ktf course ftfe ^^S^JHJ 10^ owhCfrmxtry DONT FORGET MOORE'S PRICE CUT SALE STARTS MONDAY

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

IT STARTS 7 DAYS' Price-Cut SALE SEE THE WINDOWS TONIGHT AND DURING WEEK-END THEN BE WITH US ALL DAY ' MONDAY Hurried Saturday Morn Shoppers find it a wise and thrifty plan to secure their week-end requirements at Foy's. js/ii .fSA^ Sports Innfl Frock II IE 9/11 I U F START THE TENSE SMSTOJ JTOtH A CBEAM HEAVTWHIGHT SILK FUJI FBOCK, ? also suitable tor other occasions. These Frocks are made on plain straight lines, easily Pondered, finished wltb pleats and stitched belt. In sizes S.W., W- S.Oi, and OJS. LONG SLEEVES, U/U for 9/11. SLEEVELESS. 12/11 for 7/11. Continuation of Foy's Special Purchase of folding's stock of Sports Shoes 25/- Bock Shoes 12/6 All White ^^^B^ -; Buck Shoes. J^K^F^B // __; suitable for ^B -^F if ^t Tennis or ^H ^^P^ I J ^^7 \SM ???**»w3 25/ for 12/6. 16/9 Men's CaM Shoes All Brawn Calf Tan- a /^ 4 nls or Sports Shoes. U/ll welted crepe sole. 38 J% III pairs only. 16/9 for ^J/ ^ ^ 12/6 Ladies' SpL Shoes All White Snobuck _ ?_ l— l-Bar Shoes. crepe /? #11 sole,...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SURPRISE PARTY AT PORT BROUGHTON [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

SURPRISE PARTY AT PORT BRODGHTON At the Invitation of Mr. P. Rereclch. about 100 guests assembled In the Insti tute to celebrate the comlng-of-age of Miss Eileen Btreclch. Games, community singing, and dancing were Indulged In. Th« music for the dancing was supplied by the Misses Kirk. The winner of the lucky spot were Mrs. Colbey and Tom Lewis: Monte Carlo. Miss P. Walker and Mr. H. Skelton. Items were given by j Mrs. C. Tascock. Miss D. Kirk. Misses i Bonwa Vanston and Alice Skelton; and j little Ona Wat?rs and Joyce Arbon. Mr. Colbey presented Miss Rerecich with a ' large key. which was afterwards Inscribed: by the guests. |

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"BANJO" PATERSON FROM 5CL Many Relays Listed [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

'BANJO' PATERSON FROM 5CL Many Relays Listed TOCBNAUSX, lawyer, and war ** correspondent, A. B. ('Banjo') Paterson is one of the best-known figures in Australia's literary circles. He wffl broadcast through Station SCL next week. \ THE broadcast will take place on JL Wednesday, at 8 pa, and it is being relayed through the Australian nittrork from station 2BL, Sydney. This will be the first of a series of special talks by Mr. Paterson. The sporting public will be well catered for this afternoon, for racing events from both Tailem Bend and Flemington will be put on the air at frequent intervals. Scores of the final football match between North Adelaioe and Sfcurt will also be given. Kgrwin Maegraith's radio cartoon talk will be given at 720 pjn. Zlatko Balakovic. violinist, will pre sent several items in the Sydney Town Hall tonight, and « relay will feature his performance. Second Sydney Belay The second relay from Sydney wQl be heard tomorrow night. It will con sist of the concert b...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LAW COURTS ADELAIDE LOCAL COURT.—FULL JURISDICTION [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

LAW COURTS ADELAIDE LOCAL COURT.-FULL JURISDICTION Cases for Monday:— Culshaw— OliOugh- lln v. Lennon and Dolan — Baker; Pavy— Binaldl v. Dobble— Nesblt. Cases for tbe remainder of the week:— Menzles — Wallace v. Hlndmarsli— Smith: Baker— Stevens v. Dobble— Povey; Baker — Tooo v. S.E. Pastoral— McLachlan; Kear ney— Marsden v. Nelhus — Genders; Baker — Dalgety v. PengUly — Sparrow; NelllRan— KlntEsley v. Aldzlch — Gun: Treloar— Hlg- glns v. Adelaide — Genders: Phllcox— Gray v. Rowley — Kearney: Hogan — Cohen v. | Beynolds— Menzles. EQUITABLE JURISDICTION Cases for Monday: — Abbott — Gordon v. ! Pataruni— Magarey; Roberts— Northgate V. Neville — Colton: Abbott— Dlgby v. Skelton; Hunter— Nosworthy v. Cheriton— Cox.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Austin Motor Profit LONDON, October 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

Austin Motor Profit LONDON. October 1. Following the announcement of a dividend of 100 per cent., it is re vealed that the Austin Motor Company. Limited, gross profit was SL376JD00, and the net profit £874,000. The sum «! £270,000 was carried forward.

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
EXHIBITION AND FAIR Successful Display at Goodwood [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

EXHIBITION AND FAIR Successful Display at Good wood A floral and domestic art exhibition and fair, organised in aid of the Goodwood Methodist Church trust funds, was opened yesterday by the Mayoress of tXnley CMte. C. M. Reid). In the ait, flower, and domestic art sections, the exhibits were of a high standard, and the work of boys and girls was also good. In the class rooms were numerous stalls, decorated to represent the seasons, and the work stall was particularly effective in its wistaria scheme. The Rev. P. H Chennell presided, and introduced the mayoress. Stalls and stallholders were:— Work and fancy. Mesdames A. Asaton C. Paull H. Cock. Produce. Mesdames H. J. Hunt,' M. G. Maddlson, W. Cameron, C. Blckford. ! Ye Old Curiosity Shoppe. Misses C. Davey. I N. Walker. C. Stephens. E. May. B. Gun- ! ter, G. Cox. Ice-cream, Messrs. H. Robert son. C. Cock. Cake, Mesdames T. G. Watson. T. Dates, M. Holder, Misses E. M, Wooldrldge. L. H. Bogets, N. M. Webb. Sweets. Mrs. B. Lane. Misses...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

[?] YOU CANT BEAT THIS. XEW' PEALTIFLX S-VALVE SCHEEN GRID ELECTRIC CONSOLK. S*-i«?--t ;vc and powerful, superior tone. Only requiivs inside aerial. GuaTan t-?od 12 monrh*. Phillips Vairos. £9 1-/6. C. A. MADDERS. 12. Rawnrthorpe avMiie, Mi:]fvrood E=;aif. TJione U. 3S51.

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SUNDAY 5CL [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

SUNDAY sa 10.30— Message of cheer. 10.31— Sabbath chimes and music. 11— Morning service from Flinders-street Baptist Church. 12.3C — Close down. 3 — Pleasant Sunday afternoon service from Mailman central Mission. 7 — Birthday greetings by 'Boy Blue.' 6.10— 'Ttoe Bird Lady.' 6.30— Musical Items. 655— Sabbath Bells. 7— Evening service from St. Peter's Cathedral 8.28— National network relay from 2BL, Syd ney. Murtelle Lang, 'cellist. 8.35— Horace Weber, organist, and the Cavaliers Vocal Quartet. 8-50— Irtch de Cairos Bego. pianist. 9— Margaret James, soprano. 9S— MurleUe Lang, 'cellist Horace Weber, organist. 9.28— Musical 'Items. ? 9.50— News. 10— Close down.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
5 AD—229 Metres [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

5 AD— 229 Metres 5.30— Time. Children's choral service, under the direction of the National Coun cil ot Religious Education of South Aus tralia. 6 — Selections by the orchestra, 7 — Sacred concert. 7.30— Wafer's three-act opera. Tann hauser. The cast— ^ Tannhauser. Slglsmund PUlnsky: Elizabeth, Maria Mullen Venus. Ruth Jost-Arden: Hermann, Landgraf von Thuringen, Ivar Andresen; Wolfram von Bschenbach (minstrel), Herbert Janssen: Walther von ' der Vogel welde (minstrel). GezaBeltlPlln ?oKy;: Blterolf (minstrel). Georg. von Tschurtschenthaler; Tr»mrirti der Scnrle ber (minstrel), Joachim Sattlen Relnmar von Sweter (minstrel). Carl Stralendorf; En Junger Hlrte (shepherd boy), Ema Berger: chorus of Thurtnglan nobles and knights. Elder and Younger Pilgrims and Sirens. Kalads. Nymphs, and Bacchantes by chorus of Bayreuth Festival Theatre, with the Bavreuth Festival Orchestra, conducted by Carl EUnendorff. 10— 'The Advertiser' news bulletin and weather forecast. National Anthem.

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5 AD—229 Metres [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

5 AD— 229 Metre, 7— Time. 'The Advertiser' early morn ing news: weather; commercial. 715 ? JSarnlng melodies. 8.30— Close. 5.30— Junior listeners' and Wireless Kan garoo. 6— First sporting review. 6.3 — Dinner music. ^^ 6.55 — Sunshine Club notes 7— Rob and Bob, the Jolly jokers. 7.40 — Reviews -tf the day's eport, and a re sume of play In the league games by ??Hover.' 'The Advertiser' football writer 8 — First news bulletin. 8.6 — Modern dance session, «ponsored by John Martin & Co.. Ltd., 'The Big Store,' Adelaide— Fox-trot. A Cuddle on the Com mon: -waltz. Mine Yesterday. His Today fox-trot. Ade:!ne: Barn dance. The Lovere one-step, I'm happy when rm miring fox-trot. Moonlight Saving Time* Hal Stead will sing Running Between Kain dropa; slow fox-trot. I Hate Myself; schittiscjie. Dance of the Honey Bees; fox-trot. Oh. Bov. Tve got It Bad. 9— Time: 'Mail' and 'News' news ser vice: w=i)th»r forecast, wheat market Sf -'- E-t-hnrge. 9.10— Wa'ts. o;d Time Gold and Silver fax-t...

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3LO—371 Metres [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

3L0— 371 Metres ? 7.30— Musical programme. 10— Weather data. 105— Bex Orchestra. 11— Close.

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