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

PERSONAL The Governor (Sir Alexander Hore- <*> Ruthven) witnessed the final rounds of the South Austra- <*> lian professional golf championship at Seaton yesterday, and presented the cup to the winner. Later his Excel lency was present at the Queen's School athletic sports at the Adelaide Oval, and presented the prizes to the win ners. Lady Hore-Ruthven visited the Tubercular Soldiers' Society -workshops yesterday afternoon. Sir Newton J. Moore, member of the House 'of Commons for Richmond Borough, who will shortly reach Aus tralia with Lady Moore, was formerly Premier of Western Australia, and Agent-General for that State in Lon don. On the eve of his departure he was the guest of a large gathering, which included Sir William Bird-wood, the Prime Minister of Newfoundland (Sir Richard Squires), and. <*«? Chair man of the Economic Committee tSir Arthur Balfour). The appointment of Major-General W. A. Cozen as the first honorary colofiel of Royal...

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

FUNERAL NOTICES (8d. per line per insertion.)   HOCKING.— The FRIENDS of ths late Mr. KENNETH J. HOCKING are respectfully informed that his Funeral will leave his late   residence, Morgan-street, West Hindmarsh, on SATURDAY, at 2 p.m, for the Hindmarsh Ceme tery. F. T. ELLIOTT & SON. Undertakers, 22-23, Port-road. Hindmarsh. 'Phone L. 6658.   Henley Beach. L. 8220. Established 1850.   CRESWELL.— THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. RICHARD CRESWELL, of 117, Angas-road,   Cottonville, are respectfully informed that his Funeral will leave the residence of his son. Mr. R. Creswell, 16, Princes-street, City, on SUNDAY, at 3 p.m., for the West-terrace Ceme tery. FRANK J. SIEBERT, Undertaker. 'Phone 413. 47-49. Wakefield-street. RADFORD.— The FRIENDS of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. RADFOBD are respectfully Informed that the Funeral of their late SON (Edgar) will leave their residence, Hill View-street,   Dulwich, on SATURD...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS Announcements under this needing must be authenticated by the name and address of the sender, and are inserted at a charge ot Two Shillings and Six- pence each when not exceeding nve lines; over five lines, sixpence per line. Qeath Advertisements in which a runera: /*T^nnwn«TTipnt Is made are charged for «s If the Death and Funeral were sepa rate announcements, namely—The mini mum charge of 2/6 and 3/4 respectively %i *t?i*iwh<?tti and Death Aavfcrtlsemoxi^3 containing reference to more than ooe deceased are charged 2/6 each for each deceased mentioned, as If they were dis tinct and separate announcements. Engagements and Approaching Marriage Notices require the signature of both parties concerned. BIRTHS BECKWITH (nee Margttlch).—On the avenue. Brighton—a daughter. | FAGAN (nee Mathys).—On the 28th September, at AUawah Private Hospital. MUltary-road. Semaphore, to the wile of H. L. Pagan. Alsop-etreet, Semaphore—a son (Brian Lorentz). Specia...

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REPORTS FROM RURAL CENTRES ARNO BAY [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

REPORTS FROM RURAL CENTRES ! ARNO BAT A bridge and euchre party -was Jield In I the local ball. The winners of- the bridge were Miss M. Higgeabottoaa and Mr. C. Hazelwood, and the euchre was won by Miss Mitchell and Mr. p. Leonard. Supper was served by the women, and the even Ing was closed with dancing, music being supplied by Miss Clements. The proceeds were In aid ot the cricket and tennis clubs. BEARD'S BAY Shearing has finished, and wool Is being carted. The crops are looking well. — FtsU are fairly plentiful In the bay. although fishermen declare that they ere hard to hook, and their value Is email. BLYTH The rainfall for September was 205 points, compared with 138 points for that month last year. This brine's the Tear's total to 1357 points. Only 859 points fell for The corresponding period of 1330. — At the ?imn»i banquet of me Blyth Mx-.v^rtirt; Toting. People's Society, held In the church, speeches were made by Messrs. H Hopgood, H. Ahrens S. Elliot. M. L. Kemp, A. Place, ...

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BROKEN HILL [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

BROKEN HILL Bun Broken Hill racecourse LSO—NOVICE HANDICAP Five furlongs et-io. rt.lt>. Bounty Silver 9 0 Dardsnella ..89 Cllve J B 12 Cockalorum .87 K-ysant .... S 10 2JS-HANDICAP HOBOLES Two miles Stradnroke .. 10 ' Grand Fella 9 S Nile Chief .. 10 3 Bounty Lee ..8 0 Zero Hour 9 6 3:10—HANDICAP TRIAL STAKES i Six furlongs Dour Saint ..9 4 Falling Star 7 9   Euburnla .... 9 1 Enmore .... 7 8 Chausson .... 8 2 Lady Twe-d ..7 8 Bounty Silver i 12 Dutianella . 7 7 Labor Party 7 :i La. Bier .... 7 7 Bonaestor 7 10 Narbelle .... 7 7 3.4S—OCTOBER BLUCDICAP One mile Nort>igay .. . 812 Burnt Image ■ 6 i Same Again 8 10 Edna Cherry 8 2 Royal Quality 8 4JJO-FXYTNG HANDICAP Six furlongs Paruta ... 94 Earl; Flower . 8 2 Miss Tweed .90 Creon 78 VUUers Brett 8 « Labor Party ..7 7 4iS—WELTER HANDICAP Seven furlongs Bubunla ■■. - 9 0 Chausson . .. 8 3 Sbuanus .. .. S 13 Edna Cherry 8 3 Same Again ■. 810 Lady Tweed .. 8 0 Burnt Image 8 5 Little Countess 8 0

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TWO OVERSEAS VESSELS TODAY Largs Bay and Ceramic [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

TWO OVERSEAS .VESSELS TODAY Larg-s Bay and Ceramic The Aberdeen and Commonwealth Line steamer Lares Bay. Is expected to arrive at the Outer Harbor from London, via Suez, about 1 pm. today. Arrangements have been made for a special train to leave Adelaide for the ship's side at noon, leaving on return from the Outer Harbor at 1.18 pm. The vessel is carrying a quantity of general cargo for Adelaide consignees, and when this has been discharged, and passengers have disembarked, the Largs Bay will con tinue her voyage to the eastern States this evening. Dalgety & Co, agents for the steamer Ceramic, reported yesterday that the ves sel was due to arrive at the Outer Harbor from Liverpool, via the Cape, about 3.30 pm. today. The Ceramic will discharge a large quantity of general cargo, and is scheduled to sail for the eastern States at midnight tonight. She is carrying 81 passengers for Australian ports, and six of these will disembark et Adelaide. The Lloyd Sabaudo Line motor ship...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
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"THE VICE SQUAD" GOOD DRAMA Paul Lukas in York Feature [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

"THE VICE SQUAD" GOOD DRAMA Paul Lukas in York Feature "The Vice Squad," at the York this week, is a carefully acted play about a phase of American police methods which nobody outside the States knows anything about; hence a neatly worded explanation introduces the picture and teUs that the vice squad of police, formed for the wiping out of one social evil, creates more evil by the use of persons who, with a criminal charge hanging over their heads, are not brought to trial provided they allow themselves to be the illegal instruments —"stool pigeons"—of police anxious for results otherwise impossible of achieve ment. "The Vice Squad" Is fine drama, even if the ends does tail off to the banal Mffw and in it Paul Lukas, who has suddenly come forward as one of Holly wood's best male leads, gives an excel lent account of himself as title diplomat sheltering a woman from a murder charge, who accepts the vice squad's offer to become their agent-provocateur as the alternative to yielding t...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Payment For Commonwealth Line Steamers Canberra, October 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

Payment For Commonwealth Line Steamers Canberra, October 4. The Commonwealth Government is still considering—and, it Is believed, sympathetically—a request by the White Star line for the suspension of the £160.000 instalment due in August on the Commonwealth line of stea mers. In the event of the postponement of payment, the company would be asked to meet interest on the instalment ■coverins: the period for which it is overdue.

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
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NEW SHOWS "KATINKA" REVIVED Bright Comedy At Theatre Royal [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

NEW SHOWS "KATINKA" REVIVED Bright Comedy At Theatre Royal "Katinka." with its haunting melodies ; and bright dialogue, was well received ; at the Theatre Royal on Saturday night. The Lilian Crisp company has been happy in its selection of old-tune musical comedies. The average per- j son enjoys more fully an air with which | he is familiar, and the audience showed that :he lilting strains of a decade ago still have a strong appeal. Built round a light plot which takes one into Russia, Turkey, and Paris, ••Katinfca" possesses all the elements: which go to make a popular musical comedy. The production on this oc casion is less elaborate than Adelaide has known it, but, nevertheless, the members of the company acquitted themselves creditably, and the audience did not have a dull moment. Lilian Crisp gave a clever interpre tation of the name part. She has a charming personality and a good sing ing voice. She was heard to advantage in "Rackety Coo," the air of which runs through the pie...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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YOUTH TELLS "THE WHITE LIE" Joan Bennett and Lew Ayres at West's [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

YOUTH TELLS "THE WHITE LIE" Joan Bennett and Lew Ayres at West's Youth has its fling with a vengeance in "The White Lie." a picturesque little drama featured on West's bill this week, and in doing so it introduces a naive originality that refuses to be tied down by screen precedent. To start with, there is a pleasant air of unaffected simplicity in the two stars. Joan Bennett and Lew Ayres. The girl of eighteen, eager for the boy friends forbidden by her straigfat-laced father; the young man so shy that he becomes a self-confessed woman hater, and the girl's kid brother, full of ideas, are the three prime movers. The girl meets the young man. and. following her brother's never-failing recipe for becoming charming, soon canturss his heart. The young man, with the advice of a friend tells her .he doesn't believe in marriage. The natural consequence of a ducking in the lake and a subseauent drying-off is the shattering of both their ideas. The marriage looks like being one of those ■"l...

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Acceptors and Selections 12 (Adelaide time)—THE SHORTS Six furlongs [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

Acceptors and Selections 12 (Adelaide time)—THE SHORTS Six furlongs Bt. ID. 6*. BO. Autopsy . . . 9 C Bayacre . ..85 Panola .... 9 2 High Disdain . 8 4 Merab ..... 9 2 Gesture .... 8 2 Holdfast ..... 9 1 Burracootboo . 7 13 I Tom Pinch . . 8 U Lucre . . .69 OBsque d"Or . 8 8 Bold Boy ..87 Klllimey . . . 8 S - - I MERAB I | PANOLA 2 ' TOM PINCH 3 12.40—BREEDERS' PLATE rive furlongs. Colts and fillies Tlngalba ....85 Kuvera .... 85 Serablte .. .. « SCaramba ... 8 5 Apparel .. .. 8 SCalvaaos .... 8 S King Pin ...85 Silver Beech .. 8 S Dark Chief .. 8 5 Dark Harris .. 8-5 MUantheon ..8 5 The Arcadian 8 5 High Son .... 8 5 King Moab ..8 5 Tarook ..... 8 5 Voyager .... 8 5 Renowned .. 8 5 DARK CHIEF 1 APPSBEL : 2 CABAMBA 8 L.40—METROPOLITAN One mile live furlongs Chide 8 4 Black Douglas 7 5 Vellmond ,,,,9 3 Salvador .... 7 4 Concentrate . 8 12 Talkie .. .. ' 1 Greenblrd ... 8 10 Potent ..... 7 0 Carry On ... 8 7 Mlna O. .. 8 12 John Buchan . 8 6 Khartoum . 6 12 First Acre ... 8 5 Fair Mon...

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Out among the People [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

Out among the People By Rufus. A NOTHER week-end gone, and what: a perfect one it was: Let us pray that such a heavenly Sunday may not usher in such a beastly Monday as did the previous Sabbath. That cruel, ho: wind played havoc with plant life. Yesterday morning Dr. Ernest Good motored me to his home ai Prospect, where he has lived far 33 years, to see the cinerarias. I spent a delightful hour with the doctor and his wife.

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GARY COOPER A COWBOY AGAIN "I Take This Woman" At Grand [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

GARY COOPER A COWBOY AGAIN "I Take This Woman" At Grand "T TaL[?]o This Woman," which was revived at the Grand on Saturday, is a tale of the western cowlands a wealthy, spoiled, self-willed heiress. and a hard-working cowman. The girl is sent to the west by her father for escapades in New York, and there amuses herself by toying with the affections of Gary Cooper, the cowboy. She marries Cooper, but a winter spent in a hut with her cowboy hus band and a calf makes the girl pine for the old life in gay New York once again. She leaves her husband and returns to her old haunts The shallowness and artificiality of city life soon tire her, and the picture winds up with the inevitable return to the little hut and the happy «ming Gary Cooper is good in the old role which first brought him before the public, and his natural easy charm asserts itself more definitely in this type of pictures than in the more sophisticated productions in which he has been acting lately. Carole Lom bard plays t...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SUPPLANTING THE WIFE Dorothy Mackaill at Regent [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

SUPPLANTING THE WIFE Dorothy Mackaill at Regent Many films have dealt with the pro- <*> blem of the competition which modern business has brought to the wife, the competition of the confidential secre- tary for the affections of a husband. None, however, have portrayed this more vividly or effectively than "The Office Wife," which is toeing screened at the Regent this week. ; The danger, apparently, is slight while secretaries are plain. All the care of his first secretary for his meals, health and clothes, behind which was deep personal regard, made little im pression on LawrenceJPellows, the busi ness man, played by Lewis Stone. But her successor, the beautiful vivacious Dorothy Mackaill as Anne Murdock, was not to be ignored so lightly. Nata lie Moo-head is the beautiful neglected wife, who is, we are told, "no different from other neglected wires" in her search for consolation. Her solution of the problem is nearly frustrated by Anne's self-sacrifice, but a sister ...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AFRICA'S JUNGLE WONDERS "Trader Horn" At Majestic [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

AFRICA'S JUNGLE WONDERS "Trader Horn" At Majestic To see "Trader Horn," now at the Majestic, is to realise why its director (W.S. Van Dyke; was told that a film version of Etheireda Lena's took was impossible, why it took two years 10 t maise, and why the HoJywocc cas;, re- i turned alter a year in lae jungie with : tales of the fascination and terror 01i - Airica's moods in jungle and veldt. It j' is an amazing production. I! So true is me photography of Africa's jungle scenes-^the magnificent rivers, trees, and undergrowtn, animal We, and native rituals and domestic habits —that it is impossible not to be a little awed at the inrrepidness of that old ivory trader and elephant hunter, who faced the horrors of crocodile and alligator infested rivers, and then the ferocity of the cannibals, to wrest wealth from the wild interior. It is difficult to discover the apex of the photographer's achievements, so even is the performance. Grim reality is in the pictured struggles for animal su...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Index To Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

Index To Advertisements •Amusements .. •• •■ •• .• «. «■ 2 Auctions .. .. •■ .. .. -• •• •• 4 Business Partnerships. &c .. .. 2 Births. Haulages, end Deaths .. 6 Board and Besldence Vacant -. .. 3 Board and Eesldence Wanted .. .. 3 Business Notices .. .. .. .. v. .. 4 Carriers. &c .. .. .. 3 Cycles •• 2 Drapery and Clothing .. .. •• •• X.4 Dogs. Cats. &c .. 3 Funeral Notices .. 3 Government Advertisements •• .• 14 Hotels and Holiday Besorts .. .. .. 3 Houses and JjbxuI Wanted .. •• .. 2 Houses and Flats Wanted .. •• •• "2 Houses and Hate to let .. ■• •• 2 Houses and Land for Sale .. •• .. 2 Hotels tor Sale and to Let .. .. .. 4 late Advertisements .. .. — •• 8 Legal Notices 4 lost and Found .. ... .. ...... 3 Medical 4 Mining .. •- .. .. .. .. •• •• .• 3 Money. Stocks, and Shares .. .. 3 Motor Cars .. 14 Motor Cycles .. .. 4 Motor Tour Notices .. .. — .. 3 Miscellaneous 2 Offices. Warehouses. &e^ to Let .. 2 Persons Wanted .. .. .. .. .. .. 3 Public N...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

5 AD HIKERS j Over 30 members of the hffiers sec tion of t*"? 5 *T* Sunshine Club met at the studio on Saturday afternoon tor their first b'frp Under the leader- Alp of TTtfc-g Leader Captain J. -T. Sandow, the party walked to Waterfall Gully, where they had afternon tea ?tiH finished,'with a *fanm? Try "Honeybrom" for that .annoyine "tickle" in your throat. You can feel the difference After the first dose. Made wiUi Honey for the children's sake. tl) Ladies' Turkish baths are advertised to be open, this evening. I HX-£pe£d Grease Bemover. nh**np to I tap—easy to apply. 1/6 all stores. * -AS A MAN SOWS "As a man sows, so shall he reap"— that is to say the man who neglects to take a few doses-of ZAC at the first sign of cough or cold can expect to (cap a harvest of chest troubles. ZAC Is obtainable 9d. and 1/6 bottle.. •222ac CUJTTERBUCK BROS.' CUT PROPERTIES Attention Is directed to an advertise ment on page ? calling for tenders for the purchase or lease, as a whole or in parts, of...

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OUTBACK RELIEF FUND [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

OUTBACK RELIEF FUND Previously acknowledged .... £2.824 19 1 Narracoorte appeal (per A. Humpiirts, town clerk) .. 64 12 0 .£2.839 U~~l

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MORE TAX PROBLEMS NO FURTHER EXTENSIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

MORE TAX PROBLEMS NO FURTHER EXTENSIONS Enquiries made at the Taxation Office elicited the information that many people who had not previously furnished income tax re- turns had taken advantage of the period of grass allowed by the depart ment to furnish them before the end of September, without incurring penal ties. This time of clemency has ex pired. After this those lodging late papers -will be penalised, unless "excep tionally valid reasons" for the delay are given. The department intends to grant no more applications for an extension of time in which to lodge returns. The Deputy Commissioner stated that taxpayers who had been granted extensions until September 30 must not anticipate that further delay would be allowed, as the work of issuing as sessments was now in full swing. Amongst the enquiries received by "The Advertiser" taxation bureau was one from Niidottie, asking whether 1/ in the pound had to be deducted from the value of board and quarters as well as from wages, and...

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WEATHER MAP [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

WEATHER MAP In the above map the isobars or lines of equal barometer pressure are shown, The values being indicated by the figures at the end of each line; m denotes milli- <*> bar. Direction of the wind is shown by arrows flying with the wind:—Light breeze, ; moderate breeze, > ; strong breeze, ; gale, -^> > ; O represents calm. The state of the sea is shown by the letter S (smooth). 51 (moderate), £ (rough), V E (very rough). X indicates Tain has fallen. FORECAST (issued at 9 pjn., Sunday):—Fine and milder, with winds chiefly northerly, but a westerly change later in the far west. BAROMETER AND rHERMOMETEHI READINGS r&ermametei 63.1 Shftdo Oct. 3 .. 55.8 2 .. 62.7 1 .. 72.4 Sept. Deg. 30 .. 63.4 1 29 .. 64.0 28 .. 81.1 27 .. 67.8 26 .. 61.9 25 ..67.7 24 .. 63.1 23 73.1 22 .. SOI 21 .. 66.6 21 .. 66.0 20 81.0 19 .. 69J 17 . 73 2 16 63.8 15 61.4 14 59.0 188 ADVEBXISEB BAEOMETEB. October 5. 3 a.m. PHASES OF THE MOON Last quarter. October S. New moon. Oc...

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