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ONKAPARINGA SHEEP DOG TRIALS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

ONKAFAKINGA SHEEP DOG TRIALS At the annual meeting of the On kaparinga Sheep Dog Field Trial So ciety, officers elected were: — Patrons, Messrs. H. D. Youngr and J. F. Godfree; president. Mr. L. O'Leary. It was de cided to hold trials on the Oakbank Racecourse on Friday and Saturday, April 17 and 18. In the open class, a cup will be competed lor. called tiie Brice Cup, to perpetuate the memory or the late Mr. Norman Brice.

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ABATTOIRS MARKET PRIME HEAVYWEIGTS PLENTIFUL Values Generally Unchanged [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

ABATTOIRS MARKET PRIME HEAVYWEIGTS PLENTI FUL Values Generally Unchanged The number of cattle yarded for Monday's sales at the Abattoirs showed an increase of 118. compared with, the previous week, 742 coming to hand. The only consignment from outside the State was 370 from New South Wales. The upper northern areas supplied -o, norm iua, souin ana iaices 1Z3, and 64 were drawn from nearby pad docks. Bullocks and steers comprised nearly the whole of the supply, cows were scarce, and, with the exception of a few station-bred stores, of a non descript class. Little First-class Beef Apart from the New South Wales cattle, tiie quality of tiie yarding was very disappointing, and in the whole of the supply little first-class shop beef could be found. The breeding and quality of the cattle from Morden sta tion, in which Sir Sidney TCi/»mnn jg interested, has, for the size of the con signment, seldom, if ever, been equalled in this market. Out of a total of 370, nearly 300 comprised Shorthor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

DUPLICATE BTT.T.TTKAn CHECK BOOKS, specially adapted for Drapers, Store keepers and Retailers generally. 'The Advertiser' Office. 'The Advertiser' Office. Wavmouth -strpf t AdPiaii*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

J^TINE out of every ten persons suffer more or less from Liver 1 1 Complaint That feeling of wNo energy',' and -e Not too well ' are but symptoms of a weak and disordered system. Weak, because the whole vitality is absorbed, inactive Kidneys, and constipated Bowels. For not only is the Liver the largest and one of the most important organs in the human body, but when de ranged it becomes a source of endless suffering. When the Liver is clogged by the inactivity of the Kidneys and Bowels it becomes j torpid, and fails to filter the bile from the blood, thus producing Biliousness, and a general impairment of the digestive system. There is little use of treating the Liver separately as it can never be set right until the Kidneys, . and Bowels are made active in removing the waste matter from the blood. Dr. Morse's Indian Root ftHs are a searching, cleansing remedy. They put a move in your Bowels, life into the Liver, and tone the Stomach—thus bracing up the system generally I I IB Ih I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

/SC^Mf^^P? A. &*P. Infants' Powders INFANTS' POWDERS HAKE BABT WONDERFULLY WELL AND HAPPY. Him. J. A. NEALE, write. :—- 1 .mt to job for - luqb of Povdtn, wbm my baby mi qaite young. Sh* is now aoc year old, and I most admit that yonr Inlants* Pawdas h«ve acted woodecfollj. She In no trouble with her teatli, and ibe b as bftppy as the snoshfaw. I htTe -mto«d her in a competitioti.-— * Edmonton,' 473. GaOdted Soad, Cnfldiori, N.S. Walas, Anlrafia. BABY BOY SAVED FROM CONVUU SIONS BY INFANTS1 POWDERS-HOW A PICTURE OF PERFECT HEALTH. Hn. W. E. HAWKINS, writes:— -When baby' flat commenced teething at fonr months, he bad convulsions. I started him then on Ashtoa. & Parsons' Teething Powders, and am. wy pleased to My I tan had no tumble tinea. My little ?on it bow two yaats and four months old and a picture of paefset health, thanks to your splendid powden.'— 386, Hoofte Street, Pot gestenmst, S. Africa. A. & P. INFANTS' POWDERS. an mtanded to ease pain and soothe ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

WfJI&SiSiSfms ' Th* New Ford Town Sedan IHSI Appearance ? ? ? far above the price* where tine cars congregate the New Ford wins instant and enthusiastic praise. ... The gleaming brightness of its rustless nntarnishable 6teel enhances its smart appearance, while a close inspection re veals many quality features which are unusual in a car so low in price. The New Ford is as surprising in performance and comfort as it is handsome in appearance; in short it offers every advantage of a big car at only half the big car's running costs. See your nearest Ford Dealer. Ford Motor Company of Australia Pty. Ltd. : Geelong, Sydney, Briebane, Adelaide, Perth ^gg^ Authorised ManpoUun Deoim: ADELAIDE CAB AND TRAC1OK COMPANY LIMITED, 63 WAYMOLTU STBEET ADELAIDE Ono hC 3S/4U O U O

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

STOCKTAKING THROW-OUTS Fancy Straws in large and Email bead fittings, tremendous clearance, smart shades. No Mall Orders. Superior quality All Wool Flannel Coats 5.* J*™*11 distinctive styles, featuring stitched collar, cuffs, and belt, or 'olo gSSjjStofrjSf^SS0'' and ''*'? I 19/11 Black' Art Silk Coats, No Mail Orders, 3/11. 19/11 Voile Frocks, long sleeves, No Mail Orders, 3/11. 19/11 Iinene Coats, smart styles, No Mail Orders, I 3/11. 49/6 Locknit Jersey Frocks, 29/6 49/6 Fl. Georgette Frocks 29/6 59/6 Model Marocain and Satin]' Frocks 39/6. Black Marocain Coats 39/6 12/11 Art Silk Cardigans 4/11. 25/- Creme Woollen Car digan- 12/11. ONLY ADDRESS. AT BNTHAN'Ji '&HCBGOODS.' I 43, RUNDLE-STREET. I I NO CONNECTION WITH ANY i OTHER BASEMENT NEAR US. | P55'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

HE|8p^ says: 'As a , ^HffBlllllllO Cleansing Dentifrice ^^^^^jy Colgate's ^^HBi|§|f has no equal' i Dr. Alien Rogers. PhD., Vtuoeraty of Pcmmsylvania; Member American Chmical Institute; American Institute of C.cmical Enmneen: awarded GrtaeUi Medal, 1920; mtkor Uanxal of Industrial Chemistry; Diicxlcr Department of Industrial Chemistry, Pratt Institute. Dr. Rogers Is bead of the Department of Indus- ^^B trial Chemical Engineering, Pratt T^^t't^ity ? ^^^^H His tests on tooth pastes and their action are of the highest interest, not only to the public, but to scientific circles as welL TOTHEN a distinguished scientist like Dr. w Allen Rogers announces, without reserva tion, that one dentifrice is vastly superior to all others, die world wants to know his rea sons. And he gives diem. Conclusive, scien tific reasons. Backed by painstaking, impartial laboratory research. Colgate's has no equal. Very well, why? It is a matter of low surface tension, as Dr. Rogers explains. 'The sole purpose...

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LIQUOR AFTER HOURS Several Men Fined [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

LIQUOR AFTER HOURS Several Men Fined Timothy John Kiely appeared before Mr. E. M. Sabine. P.M., in the Ade- laide Police Court yesterday, on a charge of having unlawfully supplied ? The* Assistant Police Prosecutor iMr. .L. Bond) stated that Kiely was the I licensee of the Overway Hotel at the . comer of Hindley and Morphett streets. About 8.10 pm. on December 31 Con stables Wbrtley and Flint saw a man named Hickey enter the side door of the hotel, carrying a bag. A few minutes ? later Kiely came out and looked up . and down- the street. Hickey followed ? him and the pair walked to a lace at ; the back of the hotel. A bag was ; handed over the gate and Hickey took [ it. The constables stopped Hickey and opened the bag. which contained three bottles of beer and a flagon of some other liquor. Kiely was fined £10. with £1 5/ costs. Cyril Syria Vincenza Hickey. of Good wood, on a charge of having unlaw fully obtained liquor, was fined £5. with £1 5/ costs. On a charge of having carried ...

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WINDJAMMER RACE FOURTH BARQUE SILS FOR IRELAND [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

WINDJAMMER RACE FOURTH BARQUE SAILS FOR IRELAND The four-masted barque Melbourne, the last of the four sailing ships racing from Port Adelaide to Queenstown (Ireland), left the Semaphore Anchor- age yesterday morning. She has a cargo of 4,325 tons of wheat, and her master (Capt. J. B. Johansson) expects tji complete the voyage in 110 to 120 days.   At nightfall the Melbourne was still in sight of the Semaphore Signal Sta tion. The other three vessels in the race are the three-masted barque Penang and the four-masted barques Lawhill snd Ponape. The Penang left on Feb ruary 9, the Lawhill on February 11, and the Ponape on February 15. Other sailing ships homeward bound from South Australian ports are the four-masted barques Herzogin Cecilie, Viking, and Archibald Russell, and the three-masted barque Favell. Another race should start from South Australia, in April or early in May, when the four-masted sailing ships Pommern and Hougomont and the three-masted ships Killoran ...

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SOUTH SUBURBAN CHURCH ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 24 February 1931

SOUTH SUBURBAN CHURCH ASSOCIATION Following were results of the A Grade match between Clarence Park Methodist and Cottonville Church of Christ: — Baker and Mackman v. Mullins and Pocock, 3—6. 6—4; Todd and Hunkin v. Walters and Butler, 3—6, 6— 4; Wait and Nicholas de feated Leaney and Hedger, 6 — 3, 6 — 2; Miss Hanson and Miss Hicks lost to Miss W. Richards and Miss Leaney. 5 — 6; Miss Mar joram and Miss Tresise defeated Miss E. Richards and Miss Stocker, 6—4; Hunkin lost to Mullins. 4 — 6; Baker defeated Pocock, 6—3; Mackman lost to Walters, 1 — 6; Wait lost to Butler. 3 — 6; Todd lost to Leaney. 4 — 1-; Nicholas defeated Hedger, 6—9; Miss Hanson defeated Miss W. Rlch aros, 6 — 2; «'« Marjoram defeated Miss L,eaney, 6—2: Miss Hacks lost to Miss E. Richards, 4 — 6; AU&S Treslse deleaved m'« SDOcter, 6—5. Clarence Park Methodist, 10 sees 88 games; Cottonvllle Church of Christ, 8 sets SI games.

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HEAVY TAX ON ART [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

HEAVY TAX ON ART Because the Federal Government im- [?] primage duty and sales tax on [?] works of art the Archibald [?] a gift to the City of Sydney Bnwuam. a gift to the City of Sydney at to. bond. The trustees have not been able so raise the £700 Government any ptas the cost of necessary founda tions, ao the gift will be hidden from Has public indefinitely. The Lawson ? HBWriri group by the late G. W. Lam- \ bert. and tbe recumbent figure of a aakuer by tbe same anist for St. May's CaXbedral must pay toll to a Bb??tstto?S administration. Under the awe tew, pictures boughs abroad for Mfc?c galleries will be taxed. In the cUbroaxy Issue of "Art in Australia a pioicJ, ????"-** tbe imposition, and an ?fpeal tor amendment are made. Ex cept In *"? il'i" \inr* "Art in Australia" t-~*"*~*~t Itae modified standard sei to aoeet the times. Tbe exception is a awnwmtnr article entitled "Mid Daisy." vbieh could not Justify reproduction in assy v&io3e&Hne publication.

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TRAFFIC CASUALTIES [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

TRAFFIC CASUALTIES Fbrty-eix persons were killed in Sooth Australia last year in accidents to. vbtch motor vehicles were involved. oneto Tbe raSo ?as death every 1380 aattior vehicles in use. In New South Wales tbe ratio was one to 998. One ii?hj.i jcas injured for every 71 motors to. aae to South Australia last year, the llKare in New South Wales being one to 3S. Out of 1,0(6 persons injured to traffic accidents in 1930 in this State, only 5 per cent, were below the ace of 12. These figures were released by tbe Royal Automobile Association jwiiniliy The number of vehicles re ?Mned in South Australia on Decem- Str M. last was 72.675, compared with 3SSSC7 in New South Wales. Motor wMLte were involved in 53 per cent. ?T UK accidents which occurred here tost jear.

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DRAWIKG A SMDC [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

DRAWIKG A SMDC In these days a smile' can do a great [?] of Rood to most people, especially the cheery whole-hearted grin of the [?] who refuses to be depressed. It KBoar who refuses to depressed. at tills type of smile that Kerwin Mae ?nhh asked bis listeners to draw in Iris ta& from Station SCL last week. Uke everything else, there are smiles nd miles, bat the cartoon or the hap |*6t one forwarded to Mr. Maegralth ?a last longer than most, for It win Ik published in the radio columns on Gatarday.

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ENGLISH [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

ENGLISH Yhe Deputy Postmaster-General (Mr. E. P. Ramsay) intimates that the let- [?] from the United Kingdom for- [?] by the London-Karachi and by I/JUdon-Karachi and air services are due to xeacn Adelaide to-day, and should be ?-n-?J- to private box holders by 4JO pjn. Ordinary overseas letters for ???uifcd by train from Perth are due to arrive on Friday evening, and should a* araCaUe to private box holders by - II pjn. The mails which were dls ttk??Kfi fnv* Adelaide on January 21 BTSJt& Buadine. arrived in London on February 1L Letters forwarded by ?* Karachi-London air service would lmji Tjuw^ri three days earlier.

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CRUELTY TO CATS GARDENERS HATE THEM [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

CRUELTY TO CATS GARDENERS HATE THEM Gardeners are on the warpath In all the suburbs. This is the season when cats appear to take savage delight in scratching up all the young seedlings, and the gardeners are retaliating. This year their vengeance has taken a par ticularly horrible form. Baits, which were usually taken by the neighbor's dog or the wrong cat, have. been dis carded by many, who are using gin traps. The traps are baited with meat and scarcely a night passes, but some marauding feline is caught in one of the dreadful things. The result'is ex cruciating agony for the captured ani mal, which sometimes escapes with the loss of a paw. The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals has had many cases of this kind reported to It lately, and action win be taken whenever possible. Miss Ruth Robin, honorary secretary, informed me yes terday that there had been a great in crease in the number of reports about the ill-treatment of horses. "Many people who are out of work ende...

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OAKBANK CHANCE TO PICK DOUBLE Machine Will Operate on Cup and Steeplechase Liberal Provisions [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

OAKBANK CHANCE TO PICK DOUBLE Machine Will Operate on Cup and Steeplechase Liberal Provisions By RICHMOND" The racing public will be intro- duced to something new in betting at the Onkaparinga. Club's meeting as Easier Monday, when a double event twFrtfmtnr win be In opera tkm. This b the first time in Sontti Aasba?a, mud probably In Ans tm&a, tliat this system hfls been pv^ble oo tte machine la Melbourne, racegoers and book wafcrrs operate on the courses on the double event system. The Oakbank C2nb 1b remarkable in many ways. B—lng once a year, it can afford stakes eqnaO. to any metropolitan club, and ms one of the richest steeplechases te the Commonwealth. The latest in- V'Mliir cbould greatly increase ks pop?awity, and should meet with the ?nmnal of the racegoers. Apart from Bie rffr'e aepect, Oakbank piatm* the (ttsttacocm of being Australia's greatest picnic meeting, and on that account the novelty of a double event totalisator ?Saoold appeal, as many people will no 4SO...

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FREE KINDERGARTENS Voluntary Help Wanted [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

FREE KINDERGARTENS Voluntary Help Wanted The Kindergarten Union held its first executive meeting for the year, and the committee welcomed Dr. G.H. Wright (chair- man) after twelve months' leave of absence. - In reply Dr. Wright praised the way In which the work had con tinued during the past year, eulogis ing the work of the branch committees and mothers' clubs, whose consistent support practically demonstrated the Kindergarten motto. "Each for all and all for each." At the instance ol Mrs. J. P. Morice a minute was re corded giving special thanirg to Mrs. J. Lavington Bonython for her active interest in and support of the work of the union during her term of office as Lady Mayoress. Novel Entertainment The president (Mr. F. W. Reid) and secretary (Mr. G. L. Meller). of the Community Service Committee of the Rotary Club, attended the meeting and gave the committee the details of the arrangements for a fire brigade de monstration, to be given at the City Fire Station on March 3 and 4...

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TO INTRODUCE BETTING INNOVATION TATTERSALLS ACCEPTANCES Barrier Positions and Times [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

TO INTRODUCE BETTING INNOVATION TATTERSALLS ACCEPTANCES Barrier Positions and Times RUN AX VICTORIA. PARK ON SATDBUAY uo—handicap trial stakes One Twtip and & fiirinng 1 Two Stroke . 9 0 16 Black Flag . 7 12 S Gratiolln . . a 101 6 Solmos ... 7 12 20 Last Gun. .883 Ethornway . 7 11 7 Investigator 8 7 18 Monreitti . . 710 12 Lady Mur- 4 Nar Plume . 7 9 leston ..872 Bon^estor ..79 15 Light Streak 8 5 13 Santa Marts 7 S 17 White Flag . 8 5 14 Fine Quality 7 7 8 DoUy 10 Max Pistol . 7 7 Dimple ..849 Palasa ... 7 7 11 Merry Jugs- 19 Seraphic ... 7 7 ler . . . . 8 p 2.IO—CLUB HURDLE RACE Two miles 9 Burnaldes . 11 10 12 Topsail ... 9 11 2 St. Tetit . 10 10 10 Gunstani ..97 3 Pass By . . 10 7 8 Thaides ... 9 5 5 Longworthy 10 3 1 Dross .... 9 3 7 Oorallaw . . 10 0 11 Huja .... 9 0 6 Bamorny . 912 4 Silver Arrow 9 0 2.4S—JUVENILE HANDICAP Six and a naif furlongs 15 Vermonious . 9 0 18 Goldsome .76 16 Lady Preston 8 9 5 Petedora ..7 6 2 Lady Prim- U Preston *-|Ti g 7 5 rose 8 6 10 Ro...

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WIRELESS LOUD SPEAKERS Protest From Sick Woman [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

WIRELESS LOUD SPEAKERS Protest From Sick Woman "Prospect" writes:—"Dear Victoria Reynolds—I am suffering badly from nerve strain, and this means that I am unable to leave the house, Some of our neighbors have a powerful wireless set with a raucous loud speaker. They have it going for hours at the time, and the noise is most annoying late at night. They decline to even soften the speaker. Do you think this is fair?" No, "Prospect," I do not. As a matter of fact, I think we should all show a great deal more of the spirit of neigh boring one another than we do. and loud speakers cause almost as many quarrels as cats. __ VS.

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