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Competition Active At London Sales LONDON, October 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

Competition Active At London Sales LONDON, October 3. At the wool sales today, 11,144 bales were offered, including 1,419 from New South Wales, 2.625 from Queensland 195 from Victoria, 733 from South Ans- tralla, 945 from Western jUistraua, vaa..^ 5,058 from New Zealand, of whUlijap^;^ proximately 7,142 bales were soiij^tte sales have been extended to OctoberJ.;^ Competition was acUve, but Merinos.*; were irregular. Crossbreds sold readuWg Greasy combing, Queensland *^52;S dine" realised highest 1/ *&- aveMgg.'g IOJd. Scoured combing, "Qafcwnoa^..-^ lfld. and 17 Jd, scoured pieces Bon?j. i a Australian "CSudfllJng," 103d. Tlew Zea--?-; h^esf^dri^e'^^l "C F M," 12Jd. and flld. Scoured Men-.-->-; nos, "GrayshiUs," ISJd. and Md. ;.^

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
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END OF DARWIN SEASON Darwin, October 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

END OF DARWIN SEASON Darwin, October 4. At the Football smoke social last night premiership cups were handed to members of the Waratah club, winners of the championship. The honorary [?] tary (Mr. Len Mootes) was presented with a Rold wristlet watch for his services.

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL VACANCY Mr. J. E. Stephens Labor Candidate [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL VACANCY Mr. J. E. Stephens Labor Candidate The Labor Party candidate in the election to fill the Central No. 1 Dis   trict vacancy in the Legislative Coun-   cil will be Mr. J. E. Stephens, secretary of the Port Adelaide sub-branch of the Federated Carters and Drivers' Union. Messrs. Stephens, A. G. Angell, T. J. D. Barker, J. H. Guion, J. J. A. Weathers, M. B. Woods, and W. V. Wil son contested the pre-selection ballot. Voting closed at noon on Saturday, and the count began on Saturday night. Only a few votes remain to be counted, and the large majority obtained by Mr. Stephens makes it impossible for him to be displaced from the first posi tion. Mr. Stephens has been prominent In industrial circles for many years, prin cipally as union official and delegate to the Trades and Labor Council. A heavy vote was cast in his favor in the Port Adelaide district.

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

SJ?. JOCKEY HUB SPRING MEETING AM. HOBSB3 ROT SCRATCHED FOB THE MOSPHBrTV ILU PLATE AND SJI DKEBY before 4 pjn. TODAY win be eonstdered acceptors and nomi nators held liable for acceptance fees payable at scale. 837S B. HTNES. Sec. SJLJ.C. GIGANTIC HOIJDAY ATTRAC TION HORSES-IN-ACTiON CARNIVAL Komngton Oral, Wednesday, October 14 X gfrnts. IJUIiLe. Harness. Hunters, and HovETty Events. OWHBBS ARE BEMTN JD THAT PTTRTES CLOSE OCTOBER Bth. ENTEB. NOW FOR THE POPULAR SHOW. Entries received at L. V. Elliott 11. Hindtey-atzcet; J. Kelhuus. Arcade. City; r. Au Daltqn, MarryatvUle; and J. E. Keogs, Hon. Secretary. Statenborough stzeet. Burnslde: "phone P. 4173. . . H378 SOOTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS. BLYTH SHOW WED./ OCTOBER 7A. Extza train win leave BalaKava at >JD im. and Blyth on return at &30 ptn , stopping at Showgrounds 'IXCURSION FARES C. J. BOZKBTT. Secretary. H HEARNPS cbmbm m^ ■baolutr freedom from pnf ■eckiaai coughs, colda, U U eroap and ct««l Lv W BEST by TEST for the CH...

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The Advertiser MONDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1931 New Goal Record: Good Play Rewarded: Sports Girls' Carnival: Cricket Again [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

The Advertiser MONDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1931 New Goal Record: Good Play Rewarded: Sports Girls' Carnival: Cricket Again SHOULDER HIGH, Farmer, the North Adelaide goal- <*> [?], was cheered by thousands on Saturday, as he was carried from the Adelaide Oval after breaking the Australian goalkicking record. NEARLY 4M GIBLS COMPETED V the T.W.OA. taortt at WayrUle on Satarday. The Farmers' Union team (top) won the aggregate motets, teams, and flat relay nee cups. Fanlding's team (below) did not win any cops, tat was just as cheerful THE SEASON'S BECOBD FOOTBAIX CROV7D OF 34202, and the beet attendance since the chaDenfe anal in 1929, watched the final, between North Adelaide and Start, at the Adelaide Oval, on Saturday afternoon. North won Ito second successive pre miershtb by scorlni 17J3 to 11.1L When this panorama of the oral was taken, the ball was being bounced in the Start's half- S orward area. GLORIA SWANSON AND BEN L¥ON are starred in -Indtocreet." to be shown at the Oz...

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WATERLINE BEATEN AT FLEMINGTON Viol D'Amour Wins at W.F.A. ROYAL BARB IMPRESSES Melbourne. October 3. Several surprises awaited racegoers at Flemington on Saturday. One was the defeat of Waterline at w.f.a. by Viol d'Amour, a three-year-old well engaged this spring. Royal Barb, by winning the Stand Handicap, in which Jacobin was fourth, enhanced his prospects of defeating Vigne in the Caulfield Cup. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

WATERLINE BEATEN AT FLEMINGTON Viol D'Amour Wins at W.F.A. ROYAL BARB IMPRESSES Melbourne. October 3. Several surprises awaited racegoers at Flemington on Saturday. One was the defeat of Waterline at w.f.a. by Viol d'Amour, a three-year-old well en gaged this spring. Royal Barb, by winning the Stand Handicap, in which Jacobin was fourth, enhanced his prospects of defeating Vigne in the Caulfield Cup. A more satisfactory Cup trial than Royal Barb's victory In the Strand Handicap at Flemington on Saturday would be hard to imagine. His effort showed that if be Is defeated It will not be for lack of con dition. It was % lint-class handicap field* bat Bojml Barb made the other starters appear very moderate. Drawn nest to the rails at the barrier, he waa the smartest to,Jump oat, and. clearing right away. wnmAm f« fitfhthmflll of hIE OppO&e&tB. At one stage he had secured an advantage of about six lengths, and approaching the home turn he was tmo lengths In front, with his...

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TURF TOPICS Tote Double At Tailem Bend [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

TURF TOPICS Tote Double At Tailem Bend Most racegoers at Tallem Bend on Sat- <*> urday expected, when Celotex won the Handicap, that the dividend on the double event would be small, as Stormlooee was an odd*-on favorite for the second. ieg, the Trial Stakes. However, his best was third to two out elders, and the result was substantial re turns being made for those who exchanged their Celoiex tickets for either Cntaston (winner), or Double Error (•eoond). The Investments on the double'were £306 10/. and of the L226 tickets issued. 453 were on Celotex. About half of these were exchanged for Stormlooee, and there were elx for Chlraston and five for Double Error. The dividends for 5/ were £35 13/ and £10 14/. Sent to Melbourne . - Since he last raced 'at Hurray Bridge Mr. Allan McFarlaneVs big ?l?>year-oW lownit gelding. Atamboea, has been sent to Mr. J. T. B*ye?, of Melbourne. ■ ■ fjHiiartfl cup lavotitei After his impressive win in the Stand Handicap at Plemmgton on S...

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

GOYEBNMENT APVPtTM****-*H'B Sooth AnrindUi Gnenmnt SEE YOUR OWN STATE FIRST! Attractive Spring Tours. FLJKOEBS RANGES, <ix 4*7*. £10 10/. EASQABOO ISLAND, ten daja, boo £S */. POKT LKCOL3. nine din torn «6 11/. VICTOR HARBOUR, one week. Iran £S (/. 6OCTH-EAST, eight days, £9 fi/. XOTOK EXCCBSIOXS throajh the VOOBI ZOPTT SAXGES, dafij. Booking OSc* for Country Motor Barrios- ConiMKut Publicity «nd Tourist Bureau, Kills .Wmiam-ctreet (opp. 0.P.0.). Adelaide. VICTOR SL STAH, Director. •Phoo* Coital 4540. 6UPLY AST) TmBJOt BOAHD &A. ■EESDEKS will be rewired by the asm* «t KafaM^el. Adelaide, up till S pjn. en the date speciSed for the Supply and Ddiray of sV mutmaiamei. Fall narUcalaa may be obtained *t the above Offlae-— ■ MONDAY. fits October— FOE B£i££££ Kmi ' •* **• ■'"•T^^n. . WED3ESDAY. THi October— IS groat Positive Kate*, for Accomnlstaza, School Material, to Samplaa. WEDSESDAY. ISUj Tim until |i Copper-coated Steel Boiler Tube*. ■ _ 5818 H. J. DAY. Chief Btor...

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RAND WICK TODAY Metropolitan Prospects Sydney, October 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

RAND WICK TODAY Metropolitan Prospects Sydney, October 4. After his excellent second to Ph[?]r Lap In tile Spring stakes on Saturday, Chide Is the prospective favorite for the Metro- <*> politan tomorrow, and he is selected to win. No one expected him to beat Phar i Lap. although from the excitement that appeared to prevail In the St Leger reserve. . there were evidently many who Imagined that they were about to see the miracu lous happen. But Phar Lap was being eased up as the winning post was ap proached, and ChWe'e showing was more or less of minor Importance. To the keener jadges,T aielr greatest concern was his showing. against First Acre. Concentrate, end Carry On, aad on his form he beat Ttest Acre by more than the 13. lb. difference at which they meet tomorrow, aad Concentrate by more than the 6 Ib. «* which tbey wDI- be matched.- while Carry On certainly ap pears 'without a chance of turning the fcables?43i <iiua a smoe fine Is meeting him on only 3...

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AMMON RA WINS AJ.C. DERBY Epsom Goes To Autopay [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

AMMON RA WINS AJ.C. DERBY Epsom Goes To Autopay The principal races at the opening of the AJ.C. spring meeting at Band wick on Saturday fen to Hew Zea- . landers. Ammon Ba was much too brilliant for the tain jfear-olaa op posed to him in the Derby, and Auto psy, leading nearly an the way. oat paced the'many starters in the Epsom Handicap, running the mile la the tact time of L37. ■ Sydney. October 3. The weather was thundery, with light showers. Derails:— rifjBDLK BACB . About two miles Mr. f. c. Julian's dk GADSAX. -oy oaa- i about (impo-tady Bonny. W at 2.1b. (J. McCurley) 1 Port Bisk, aged, V St. 61b. (L. Hynes) .. 2 Banner Boy, aged, ■? st 8 ID. (O. Col- ■ lum) "3 Others—Paul T.. 10 *t- 10 lb. <B. CuV ler); Klraa, 10 rt. 7 Ib. (E UUyman); Jocoon, 10 st. 2 lb. (H. Fielder); Bagatzky. 9 st. 9 lb. (A. Fearce); Prince Otto. 9 rt. 5 Ib. (Black): David's Day. 9 st. 3 Ib. (A. Giles); Walry K.. 9 st. 6 lb. (Conagbanl. Betttm?—s to 4 KSrna. 3 to 1 Gadray. 7 to 1 Port Bisk, 6 t...

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Every Color of the Rainbow [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

Every Color of the Rainbow MRS. Good is very fond of cinerarias. and grows them every year, but she has never had such success with them as this year. They are tail strong plants, m some cases between 3 and 4 feet high, and the flowers are every color of the rainbow, varying shades of blue, red, pink, purple, mauve, magenta, cream, in fact, a hundred different colors. They are weil pro tected by hedges and grown against a delightful background. The eweet peas . are ten feet high, and a riot of coior. Horticulturists, who are interested in cinerarias, are invited to inspect the garden, a bowl of tulips in the sit ting-room came from Lindsay Park, and alongside was a silouhette photo gTaph of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Angus. This revived memories for me of a de lightful visit to Collingrove and Lindsay Park, just before Mr. W. A. Webb left for America. Dr. Good was amusing me with stories of the Empire Press Delegation, when I noticed on the wall a repixxtaikm. of GUl's picture of the first ...

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W.E.A. PLAYERS "Ivory Door" Well Done [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

W.E.A. PLAYERS "Ivory Door" Well Done A. A. Milne's legend in a prologue and three acts, "The Ivory Door," the W.E.A. Little Theatres last play of the season, was presented befor e a crowded flotise at tne Australia on Saturday Replete with mystical charm and abounding in subtle humor, it presented no easy task to amateur players, but on the whole they did well, and the -out standing performances were indeed meritorious. In the pivotal part of K"i e Perivale, Mr. Frank Bailey revealed high artistry, his interpretation of that remarkable monarch being a triumph of quiet realism. Possessor of a pleasing voice which he knows bow to use, his acting struck the right note and most of the cast harmonised well As his betrothed, the Princess T.iiia Miss GwenneUi Richmond gave a great performance. Mr. Herbert Aldridge made Captain Bruno of the Royal Guard a -fascina ting study in military psychology. As a strolling player, Mr. Michael Faraday did well. The Count Rollo of Mr. John Ludbrook abo...

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CLOSE OF ADELAIDE COMPETITIONS Prizewinners' Concert [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

CLOSE OF ADELAIDE COMPETITIONS Prizewinners' Concert Adelaide Town Hall was thronged on Saturday night for the concert by prize-winners in the recent Adelaide literary and musical competitions. The Governor <Sir Alexander Hore- Ruthven) presented the prizes, and Mr. Anthoney, HP, the certificates. Miss Nellie Judd played Schubert's famous impromptu as & piano solo, and Miss Phyllis Skinner contributed a toe dance. Master Ivan O'Loughnn gave a humorous recitation. The violin solo was WienawsTri's "Scherzo-TarenteUe," by Miss Lyndall Hendtlckson. A tap dancing quartet (Misses Audrey Masted, Bonnie Norman, Irene and Gwen Mac kay), was followed by Miss Roma Hotten's monologue "My Rosary." The 5 AD quartet party sang Wilfred Shaw's "An Evening Pastorate," and the Prospect North Methodist Church Choir Sterndale Bennett's "God is a Spirit." Miss Sylvia Edwards contri buted a humorous recital, "The New Baby," and Miss Patty McCabe an acrobatic dance. Miss Phyllis Eddy san...

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HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS Murray Bridge Wins Shield Victor Harbour, October 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS Murray Bridge Wins Shield Victor Harbour, October 4. Three schools from the southern district, Murray Bridge, Strathalbyn, and Victor Harbour, took part in the annual sports held on the Victor Har- bour Oval on Saturday afternoon. The visiting students arrived on Friday and were billeted at the homes of local students. In the evening they were entertained by the high school coun cil and Parents and Friends' Associa tion at a social. The Mayor (Mr. D. H. Griffin) gave them a hearty wel come. The sports were attended by tho Director of Education (Mr. W. J. Adey) and Messrs. H. S. Hudd and G. R. Laffer, itP.'s. During the after noon Mr. A. H. Warland Chouse pat ron) presented a house flag to the school, which was received by the chair man (Mr. D. H. Grifl?n) A banquet was held in the Masonic Hall after ihe sports, at which speeches were made by the mayor and Messrs. W. J. Aoey. H. S. Eudd. M.P., W. D. Richard son (Parents and Friends' Association!. H. M. Hardy (high ...

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At The Football Final [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

At The Football Final AFTER listening to a wireless descrip- <*> tion of the Sydney Derby, which the odds-on favorite won easily, with a few friends I went along to see the final of the football. The crowd of 35,000 was a study in more ways than one. We pushed into the swarm of humanity on one of the mounds and the remarks of the barrackers were cer tainly most diverting. One young fel low with his girl in front of him as a sort of punching ball, was typical. He was wedded to the red and whites, and his tongue wagged throughout the match.. He would hit his lady friend a resounding smack on the back and shout, "Did you see that?" She would shake like a jelly, look round with a sort of love light of agreement in her eyes, and wait to receive the next blow. "Banner! Farmer! Farmer'" roared the young man, "If this is aback-to-the land etunt," retorted an uninitiated one, who had obviously had a couple of spots, "what about remembering fee pastoralist." "Fleetie!" "Fleetie!...

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Starts Every Day With a Smile [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

Starts Every Day With a Smile OVER the week-end I was shown a delightful literary letter from London from our old friend, Dr. Fred Clindening. He tells of the Anancial worries and the grave problem of how to keep out of the workhouse. "Still," he continues, "there is no use grousing, and I start every day with a smile. Poor Australia is in a bad way. too, but fibe will weather the storm. I am quite optimistic about that, and X hope prosperity will re turn quicker +>"?" it looks like at present. I was In terested to read the article about Jimmy Ashton's golden wedding. Thank you for the message from Jeannle and VI Ooie. They were _ . ids in my musical and frivolous days. Tell them all that Ido sot forget. My elster sends me all interesting cuttings from the pen of friend Hufus. A very old China friend, who turned up at the club the other day to see me, greeted me with the chorus of the old ditty. The bells of 'ell go ting-a-ling-a-ling. For thee and not for me; Angels in heaven sn...

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Tokio-Seattle Flight Begun TOKIO, October 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

Tokio-Seattle Flight Begun TOKIO, October 4. Clyde Pangborn and Hugh Hemdon. the American filers, who gave up their attempt to beat Post and Getty's six days' round-the-world flight when they reached Siberia, and decided on a non stop traDs-Pacific fltebt from Tokio to Seattle, hopped off from Sabushiro Beach, near Tokio, this morning.

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The Airman's Log [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

The Airman's Log The following is Kingsford Smith's own story, cabled exclusively to "The Advertiser." The first portion relates to his flight from Aleppo, when he had the record in sight, up to the point] of landing, because of sickness, near •MTlas where he was detained by the Turkish authorities because he bad no permit to land. Cabled From Athens Had three hours' badly needed deep at Aleppo while the very decent French mechanics serviced my bus. Left again at 3.45 am,, hoping to make P/imp 620.—Head wind for toe first two hours. Now mating slightly better Miwp 7—Felt a little Kick, and doubtless one to the after-effects of sunstroke. B—Still feeling queer. Afraid it would be necessary to land and rest for an hour. 9—Desperately side, end Imperative that I must land. It is strange that this sickness only seems to come over me when I am over the water, and it is only when out of reach of grounds that I feel bad. What lam 6carcd of is losing f*nT?«^?inTigTif?«tf: What Happened at M...

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Celotex Wins Tailem Bend Double VALBEE DEFEATS BRUSH FENCERS Surprises by Chiraston and King's Scribe By "GAMBIER" [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

Celotex Wins Tailem Bend Double VALBEE DEFEATS BRUSH FENCERS Surprises by Chiraston and King's Scribe By "GAMBIER" Backers had variety at the Tailem Bend races on Saturday. Celotex was the only favorite to win, and he came to the rescue of racegoers in the Tailem Bend Handicap and the Wel- <*> ter. Chiraston caused a general surprise when she led all the way in the Trial Stakes and returned a dividend of £26 14/. That race was the second "leg" of the double, on which the dividends (for 5/) were £35 33/ and £10 14/. The day was tmpfeasanQy windy, but the attcrwinnce was satisfactory, and irw^iWug £306 10/- Tiandled In the AmM?m tote, thyHngwt^fnffnt-jg aggre gated £1.404, compared wttb £l,oB7last year aod'<US27 16/ In 1929. The pre sident. Mr. A. McFariane, tan, re ceived visitors with bis left hand, as his righj nestled in a sling.' Xbat morning, wnUe f«faff"E to stem an inrush <rf water ftoni the MaxwyHlver at Weflington lodge, Mfc' McParlane gas...

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IN OTHER CITIES Melbourne Gossip (By our Special Correspondent) Melbourne, October 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

IN OTHER CITIES Melbourne Gossip (By our Special Correspondent) Melbourne, October 4. Not all politicians, it appears, are in- <*> sensitive to criticism. It is still pos- <*> sible if the criticism be stinging enough to bring forth a reply. Canon Crotty oas provoked one from no less a Par liamentarian than the Acting President of the legislative Council (Mr. Edgar). Canon Crotty said at the Anglican Synod a few days ago that some poli ticians did not have enough ability to run a saveloy shop. He added that it was the only position of its kind which a man could enter without passing an examination, or without even having a decent knowledge of tile King's Eng lish. Many disinterested citizens who have not the limitations imposed by Canon Crottys cloth might have gone much farther than this. Mr. Edgar, however, has sent a letter to Canon Crotty, stating that he has read his reflections upon toe Legislature "With, pain and surprise." Members of the Legislati...

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