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SEASON A SUCCESS Increased Attendances [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
SEASON A SUCCESS Increased Attendances The secretary of the league (Mr. Frank Marlow) thinks the season has been successful from every aspect. "The attendances at the finals have proved that the game is as popular as ever," he said, "and it will be in favor with the public so long as- there are games played like that by North and Start on Saturday. The attendances have been picking up since August, and. although the league will be finan cially poorer than last year, I feel that the venture of "n?Fnng the admission lower has been successful." Saturday's attendance of 34J202, in addition to being a record for the season, was the biggest since the chal lenge final between Norwood and Port to 1929. when there were 35.504 spec tators. It made the aggregate for the finals this year 105,270. and also brought the attendances for the year to 458.735 —an excess of 6,045 over those of 1930. Magarey Medal Presented Before the start of the game the West Adelaide centre-man, J. Sexton, was presen...
SHOOTING VICTIM MAY LIVE No Apparent Motive For Hills Tragedy [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
SHOOTING VICTIM MAY LIVE No Apparent Motive For Hills Tragedy Mrs. Gera Emmerton (32). whose face was terribly injured when she was shot at her home at Fifth Creek with a shotgun by Charles James Hunter (36) on Friday, is considered to have a good chance of recovery, although she is still in a serious condition at the Adelaide Hospital- She has lost the sight of her right eye. and is weak from shock and loss of blood. i Neither the police nor the friends1 of the Emmertons or of Hunter can: discover the motive for the shooting, followed by Hunter's suicide. A sud den fit of insanity is blamed. An enquiry into the circumstances of the death of Hunter will be held in Southern Bank Chambers. King Wil liam-street, Adelaide, on Wednesday afternoon. The report for the coroner was prepared by Plainclothes Constable Davis and Constable Olsson, of Payne ham.
GANTRIES MUST BE USED Shovel-and-Basket Idea : Rejected [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
GANTRIES MUST BE USED Shovel-and-Basket Idea : Rejected The Government has rejected the pro- &lt;*> posal of the Waterside Workers' Fede- &lt;*> ration that coal should be discharged at Port Adelaide under the old shovel- and-basket method, instead of at the Osborne gantries. It was represented by deputations to the Minister of Marine &lt;Mr. Richards), and the Attorney-General (Mr. Denny), that, if some of the unloading were done at Port Adelaide by the former system, a saving of at least 2/ a. ton would be made, and more men would be employed. High Overhead Costs The secretary to the Minister of Marine (Mr. Summers) has written to Mr. Condon, MX.C, who introduced the ! deputations as follows:— i "The necessary alterations, and elec trical connections for discharging thel coal by telphers under the arrangement made with Messrs. Huddart, Parker, McHwraith & McEachara, and Howard Smith, had been put in hand before either of the deputations had wa...
Four Injured in City Motor Collision [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
Four Injured in City Motor Collision Four people were slightly injured when two motor cars collided at the intersection of West-terrace and Cur- &lt;*> rie-street, city, yesterday afternoon. The motor car in which the four were injured ran over the footpath and crashed into a telegraph post before it stopped. The driver, Mr. M. H. WalKos. .of Gibson-street, Bowden, and William Devine (17), also of Bowden, had their faces cut by flying glass from the windscreen. Both were in the front seat. Mrs. Walgos and her daughter, aged 12. who were in the back of the car. suffered from shock and bruises. The driver of the other car. Mr. G. Healey, of Victoria-street, Forestville. was not injured. He had been driving north along West-terrace, and the other car was going west along Currie street. A traaicar passed between them, after which they collided.
A.L.P. "INSULT" DENOUNCED BY PREMIER Will Attend Church Service BISHOP'S REPLY TO MR. WARD [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
A.L.P. "INSULT" DENOUNCED BY PREMIER Will Attend Church Service BISHOP'S REPLY TO MR. WARD The Premier (Mr. Hill) disso- &lt;*> ciates himself from the Labor Party in its attitude in rejecting the Bishon of Adelaide's invita- tion to attend a special service in St. Peter's Cathedral on Industrial Sunday. He will attend the service, unless com pelled to be out of the State at the time. The Bishop, in a reply sent to the secretary of the Labor Party (Mr.! Ward) on Saturday, describes his charge against the Church of "exact ing usury" as unjust and untrue. "Gratuitous Insult" The Premier said on Saturday that he also had received an invitation to attend the service. "I shall be there," he stated, "unless I have to leave the State; then one, at least, of the members of the Ministry will be present. I dissociate myself entirely from the attitude the Labor Party has adopted. It is a gratuitous insult to a courteous invitation. It shows that the Trades Hall party can not rise ab...
Ballarat Competitions. Ballart, October 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
Ballarat Competitions. Ballart, October 4. The [?] vocal Section of the Ba[?] larat Compe[?]tion will conclude on Mon- &lt;*> day. Miss Mary Ed[?]on of westbourne Park (S.A.) is at. Present third for the aggregate cbampions'.i'.p and the Gover nor-General's go'.a medal. Saturday's le su't-c:— So:iir bv fin An-ir.il:.i;; com*""':"r r.'"^xfii) —11-i-.ir.- M'.:i&lt;- iB;::i-:-i. O'l P3.::>. M3-y EtLson (W-.-H)>;ti-r.i- r..r: : . .-«.:. r-'-r^sic | M:,o r ? i';. ■- :i. • ■-: s•_ (= ,;K-.;n:: -r:V-- '^-•^-'r-.-t'■.. a ; .. h■• :•■'(hr- S3 po:ii;=. hoa. ;nc::uca.
BROADCASTING 5CL-411 Metres [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
BROADCASTING 5CL-411 Metres 7.30 to 6.3o—News and mistral items. 11—Daily broadcast service conducted by Rev. C.J. Perry 11.10—Musical Items. 11.30—Homecrafts conducted by **Suzette." 11X5—Musical iteais. 12—Commercial. 12.15—Nevs. 12.30—Musical items. 12.50 —Weather and grain report-. I—Musical items. 1.5—-The second news session. I.IS —Musical items. 2—Close down. During the afternoon a description of the Metropolitan will be broadcast from Randwlck. 3—"Lady Tull'.ver." 3.15— Radio matinee 4.3o—Close down. 5-50—Children's session, conducted toy "Auntie Peggy." 6.3o—Dinner music. 7—Sporting. Stock Exchange, markets and news. 7.ls—Musical items. 7.2o—Tw*.nk ier Boys' Club. 7.50—5.000 Twinkerlites la communlry singing, led by Mr. P. I>. Gratton. B.ls—Simultaneous community staging conducted by Mr. F. !•. Gratton. ?s=isted by the A.E.C. Light Orchestra. 9.30 —Special studio programme 10.15—News. 10.25—Dance music. 11—Close down. 5 AD—229 Metres 7—Time. "The Advertiser" early morn- ...
RECORDS IN RACE FROM WARRNAMBOOL M. Lynch Wins 100 Miles Championship Melbourne, October 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
RECORDS IN RACE FROM WARRNAMBOOL M. Lynch Wins 100 Miles Championship Melbourne, October 4. With the aid of a Strong following wind several remarkable performances were re- &lt;*> gistered on Saturday In Australia's pre- &lt;*> mier road cycling race from Warmambool to Melbourne. 165 miles. M. Lynch (Haw thorn), with a handicap ol 8 mln., low ered the course record by 41 >,i mln.. Jn winning the Australian road championship In 6 hr. 31 mln. 28 sec., over the first 100 miles. M. Lynch. H. Wlthall (Leongatha). W. Atkinson (Cohurg). G. Method (Coburg) and A. Onun (Geelong), all broke the world competition record of 4 hr 18 mln 3 sec., made by J. J. Beadey in 1925. They were all on the 8 mtn. mark and their tune was 3 hr. 56 min 10 sec G. E. Lesslng (Brighton). 63 mln., won the race Hi 7 hr. 13 mln. 18 1-5 sec. The next five places went to P. Ha!sall (Mal vem). 65 min.. 7.15.18 4-5: C. Pearson (un attached). 70 min., 7.21.32: H. Roberts (Wenibee). 51 min.. 7.9.3...
CANADA ADHERES TO GOLD STANDARD People Aid In Conserving Gold Supply OTTAWA, October 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
CANADA ADHERES TO GOLD STANDARD People Aid In Conserving Gold Supply OTTAWA, October 3. Following a five hours' session, of Cabinet, the Prime Minister (Mr. boy- &lt;*> nett) announced tonight that Canada would not abandon the gold standard ••Canada has not altered the pootta* taken when the announcement waM-x, ryf^ui^ that 1^ had departed^nb.^ the gold standaidTnor do we contemr-r -plate doing so," said Mr. Bennett. *We?| have applied—and not in vain—fOii Oanadians to conserve our gold «uppbr 5 to meet whatever strain may be placed:"*' upon our resources by reason hi otir's forego. *v*tinT«tfji'i^nte which BX6 yy— --^ able in gold, and wQI be honored>c- f&lt;| drop in the Canadian. tdolUtr^ta^^ the United States Is Injuring bnstnei? 'S so di?sUcally in the US. border titte .SI that leading firms and hotels «n«S|^ vertlsmg in the Canadian newspapewS that they win accept CanadianmanejiS at par. ">. -.-.%
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
UNCLE TOBY'S OATS j iW^n Juther working [Ir^PBJJ hard in Jbion \ working j|l§|iifcl hardatuomQ jMspH CnildrenpJaying \ They all need this nourishing breakfast Nothing can take tfie place of Uncle To%?s Oats for breakfast, for it supplies valuable : food elements in most tempting form, just when, they are most needed—at the beginning of the day. Remember, too, that the supreme quality of Uncle Toby's Oats ensures the greatest satis faction from the standpoint of flavour, food value and economy. Send 3d. in stamps to omr Sydney Ogux for * book of recipei, showing how Unde ■■■■■■■■■ Toby's Oats may be used in many dc itgntftu ways* Sold Everywhere Manufactured by Clifford Love & Co. Ltd V-21ttP'Pli 75 Clarence Street Sydney F*T^^^Bfe jl Victorian Office: "Yorkshire House," 20 Queen St Melbourne UNCLE TOBY* OATS I A thrill voice allied to a tendency to I • t. t d_- i. wi talk too mnch in a wife might wen be- ht Kain to W>A* come grounds for a divorce, states a French Governme...
FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
FOOTBALL MOUNT GAMBTER-By defeating [?] coorte at Vanssittart Park yesterday noon. Millioent qualifled to meet P[?] In the grand final next Saturday. The game was the poorest final matcn. sn as years of association football, nay *■?' rough and devoid ol o?tematte or at%l -tiflc loottall, except In the last quartet. and aroused little enthusiasm amoog the spectators. Scores:—mraimiit, 11 goals 13 behind^; Nanacoorte. « goato a behlada. Best players.—auillcent—Byrne. McDonald, £nd Scebohm. Nanacoorte—Uoyd, TOut blasson. McLean. E. and W. Copping. It has been decided to play the smnd «"-^ between Peno^t sad MUUoent at Mount Gambler next Saturday. Special trains win run from Millloent and Penola.
BIGGER ENTRIES AT MELROSE SHOW Mt. Remarkable Society Progresses [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
BIGGER ENTRIES AT MELROSE SHOW Mt. Remarkable Society Progresses Bigger entries in many sections, &nbsp; better quality in exhibits generally, and increased interest by people in the dis- tricts concerned, marked the fifteeenth annual show of the Mount Remarkable &nbsp; Agricultural Society at Melrose, on &nbsp; Saturday. &nbsp; Special trains from Gladstone and &nbsp; Wilmington were largely patronised, &nbsp; particularly for transport of livestock, &nbsp; and 800 motor cars added their quota, to the large crowd of show patrons. A significant feature was that there were many more horse drawn vehicles than had been the case for several years. Gate takings were £242, compared with &nbsp; £270 last year. Visitors included Mr. &nbsp; Blesing, M.L.C, and the president of &nbsp; the Northern Shows' Association (Mr. &nbsp; M. Weston). Additional accommodation provided for the public proved most satisf...
Y.W.C.A. TEAMS SPORTS. 400 Girls at Wayville [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
Y.W.CJL TEAMS SPORESL 400 Girls at Wayvffle Under the auspices pf the Y.WXJJL, 400 girls took part to a sports -meeting at the Wayvule Showgrounds on Saturday after nnon- Fortv-two teams. represenUng busi ness houses, church dubs. Industries, y.W-C-A. club*, and business colleges, were engaged. A spectacular opening was Hie march of the teams to bright uniform! round the oval with flying banners. The officials were^-^teteree. Miss W. WeU bourne; Judges. Blisses D. Saxby, Miner, J. Austin, E. McDonnell. J. Brown. G. Letts,; W. Page; starter. Miss L Ryan; timekeeper. Miss G. Logan. Results:— ' _' ? Leader Ban.— First heat— T. ft G, Far mers* Union. Tandy's. Second heatSan shtoe Club -Dauntless Club. Roadmender Club. Third heat— Mulrden A, Chartres A. Goodwood Baptist. Fourth heat — Trojan's Club, Lady Victoria Buxton, St. Augus tine's. Final— lisdy Victoria , Burton. Tro jans, St. Augustine's. 75 Yards Flat Race.— First heat—Farmers' Union, Nestle'e. TerrOlis. 6econd heat— Knlghtsbrid...
S.A.J.C. WEIGHTS Spring Meeting, October 10 [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
S.A. J.C. WEIGHTS Spring Meeting, October 10 CAMDEN BTJBOLE RACE Two miles and 36 yards Et.lb. . . etlb Burnaldes . .. 11 3 Greenheart _ 9 10 Naq Plume .. 11 OEuphrasla ..9-6 Bon . Anton .10 2 Happy Days «' 9 4 Centre -King . 10 O St. Jama ..S3 Klngstol .. 10 OZero Hour ..9 2 KelUdie .. .. 9 13 All Authority 9 1 Blactmoor .. 8 12 Gendarme ..9 0 Thaldes .. .. 9 12 Hindoo Pistol B 0 / BRIGHTON HANDICAP 'One mile and a furlong Cope Don .. 9 8 All Authority . 8 0 Bustlclana .. 9 6Arfa»l .. .^8 0 Eestwyn .. .. 9 OBallsand .. .. 8 -0 Flying Two .. 8 12 EthUfcerry ..8 0 Pious Kate .. 8 10 Golden Pride . 8 0 Martlnello .. 8 9 Inyonl .... 8 (r Bachelor Green 8 7 Jordan .. .. 8 0 Itudyard .... 8 4 King of Song .80 Star Venture .. 8 3 Raybank .. .. II Cold Pistol .. 8 2 Slmotta -felle 8 O GLENELG HANDICAP One mile and a quarter Hot Spring 'Beautiful 82.) 9 0 Barrie 7 4 Nadean .. .. 8 7 Marco Polo ... 7 1 St. Mary .... 8 5 Plzl Sana ... 7 0 Miss Marimba . 7 U Prince WhltUac 7 0 Green Sign .. 7 ...
SCOTTISH LEAGUE First Division [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
SCOTTISH ISAGTOE Hnt DivWon Aberdeen 2, Purtlek ThteUeO: CSyde t, Ayr United 3; Dundee United 3. Third Lanark 2; Falkirk 5. Dundee 2; Hamilton leads 1, Hearts 4; KUmamock 2. Celtic 3- Iflth Athletic 0. Bt: Mhaen 4; Morton I' MoX^weuTouS*P»*JrvAtalrle onians 1: Rangers 6. Cowdenbeath L Second DMskm Albion Rovers J, RaiUi Rovers 3: Ar- broath 2. St. Johnstone 3; Bo'ness 2. Montrose 0; Brechto City 1.. Stenhouse mulr 7: Dumbarton i, Forfar Athletic 3; Sunfermltoe Athletle 1, St. Bernards 1; East Fife 4. Armadale 1; Hibernians 1. Bast Stirling 1; King's Park 3. Bdtoburgh City 2; Queen of South 0. ABoa 3.
NORTHERN UNION [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
NOBTHEBN VSIOS Bramley 4. Batley 3; Broughton Rovers 18. Wakefleld Town 7: DewsburF rjBoch dale 4; Featherstone Rovers 47. Bradford Northern 0; Huddersneld 20, Hunslet 24; HuU 7. Wantogton 7; Keighley 4. Swto ton 8; Leeds 12, Hull .Kingston Rovers 2; OWhain 16, St. Helen's 13; SaTford X. CasUrford fi; St: Helerrt Bees. 7; Leigh 10; Wldnes 10, Wlgan Hlghfleld S; Wlgan 14. Halifax 6; York 23.' Barrow S.
MANAGERS' REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
MANAGERS' REPORTS Adelaide Mines Development. NX, on the company's holding at HlgginsviUe. — Week ended September 26 — 'Owing to It being necessary to strengthen and put In additional timbering, xcutUng from the 103 ft. level has been delayed. This work Is now being proceeded with, and the opening up of surface values continued/' Enterprise Gold Mines, NX.— Report IS the company's holding at Norseman, dated September 27 — 'Vertical shaft sunk 62 ft. The reef at Ibis point has narrowed to 1 ft. of low value. Underlay sunk to B2 ft. At this point another footwall reef has come in, carrrtng gocd values. The shaft will be sunk to 100 ft. before open ing out.' Tin Bentong. N.L.— The manager In Melbourne advises receipt of the follow ing cablegram from the company's gene ra: manager:— 'Regret to report burst in pipeline, the pipeline narrowly escaping being washed &vr&y. After examination, have concluded that at least 400 ft cf piping must be replaced to avoid repe tition....
LANCASHIRE WINS PELACO CUP Forwards Too Good For Port Adelaide [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
LANCASHIRE WINS PELACO CUP Forwards Too Good For Port Adelaide In the replay of the final of the Pelaco Soccer Cup competition on Saturday Lan cashire defeated Port Adelaide by. 4 goals to 2. and. especially to the second half. demonstrated superiority in practically every department of the game except full back. Lancashire deserved to win on the play. The members of the team were quicker to the ball, superior in the air, and alto gether showed a determination that was lflfirfTig in their opponents. The weakness In the Port Adelaide side was In the for ward line, and to the lack of an experi enced goalkeeper, although Chemlnant made two wonderful saves to the second half For the winners. Home. Gtbbs. Day fcaptaln). and A. Whyte were outstand ing. Day was always prominent In de fence and Home and Gibbs backed him up well. The forwards played the right game. Gilltrap. the left-winger. Betting more work than S. Whyte. but both played excellently. For the losers, Watson (cap tain), and ...