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OLD COLLEGIANS MEET Bowls and Tennis Matches [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
OLD COLLEGIANS MEET Bowls and Tennis Matches The annual bowls and tennis matches be- tween St. Peter's Old Collegians and Prince Alfred Old Collegians' Associations will be played at Unley Park to-morrow evening In previous years the Old Reds have woi the bowls matches, and last year St. Peter's won the tennis match. On this occasion each side In the bowls match will cave seven rinks, most of whom are A Grade players. The tennis teams will be com prised of eight members each. Including many A Grade players. The following are the teams: — Termls: —Prince Alfred—G. M. Hone, G Gurner, H. B. Hone, T. G. Luke, A. G. Ed wards, K. Berrlman, Boss Sawers, E. Piper. St. Peters—J. B. Black, J. L. Bsnython, D R. Downey, A. M. Moulden, J. W. Eymlll, C. B. Sangster, W. A. Scales, G. A. Tuxnbull Bowls: —Prince Alfred —E. P. Playford. J Grose, W. H- McFaxlane. A. J. Goudle, F. Royal. H- W. MUler, Stoble, W. Gurner, M. G. T.inn, J. Counsell, W. E. Chlnner, F. T Cooper, E. Adamson, H. G. Adamson, r. ...
THE WOMAN'S WORLD Conducted by VICTORIA REYNOLDS SIGNS OF THE TIMES [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
THE WOMAN'S WORLD Conducted by VICTORIA REYNOLDS SIGNS OF THE TIMES On Monday morning there was an advertisement in "The Advertiser" call- ing for a typist, and by mid-day the corridors outside the door of the firm advertising were 60 choked by girls who had come in answer to it that business was almost suspended for other tenants in the building. There will have to be some determined effort to absorb these eirls into industry somehow, or it may be that we shall have to upset all our preconceived notions of woman's place in the indus trial world. It is a problem on which I should like the advice of my readers. By competition of this kind we may be creating an army of unemployed of both sexes, and yet on the other hand women may safely claim that they have won their right to a place in the world as independent wage earners.
FASHIONS ABROAD GO AS YOU PLEASE [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
FASHIONS ABROAD GO AS YOU PLEASE Madame Helene Jedwab, who Is in Adelaide at present, has not long re- turned from the Continent. She says that snort hair is definitely the choice of the leaders of fashion in Paris and Vienna. "In Berlin," she said, "the side part ing is much favored, and they actually shave a little railway line alongside it for emphasis. The effect is rather startling at first. The widows' peak bad a great vogue, too, and the hair was shaved to a point on the forehead for this. Many women, pin little bunches HOME-MADE VINEGAR *VcoiMMjiy y v' who happens to be a man, sends this recipe for vinegar. Strip grapes from the stalks and pat them in earthenware or &lt;*namrl ves sels, allowing them to remain there for four to six months. Then strain off and bottle, al lowing It to settle, and then re bottling. of curie on the nape of the neck or over the ears for evening wear, and some of the smart little toques or berets have a whisker curl for the forehead attach...
[?]" OIL [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
[?]" OIL After examining certain slips put in as ex[?] at the Port Adelaide Police Court yesterday in a betting charge. Mr.G.W. Halcombe S.M. said to In- Mr. & W. Hakombe, S.M., said to apeetor Nobtet, -I see D Oil" entered ton. I suppose that stands for Din towa OUT "No, sir." said Mr. Eric ??"?"?—?? defending counsel, 1 believe It tepresents Doable 00.* 1 "Everybody &lt;kaesnot get the oil' where race botses are concerned.? said Inspector Moles.
[?]'S LOSS . [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
[?]'S LOSS . Eight Adelaide sportsmen, Messrs. N. [?] H. Martens, K. Whittam, L. Wh[?]. L. Webb. N. Webb, K. Bar- [?] T. Wright and E. Howard recently ctor.T. Wnght, ?1 ?"! a, week ?*??^p&lt;wg and fishing at (Sony Point, and the bag included a qpntftyof fish and crays. The man ton of tbe party, however, were crest xaDen to lose trace of a crate of crays cevcht at Point Tnrton, which they in tended to carry to Adelaide. It now ?'"?H*--* that the crate was picked up aft i?ulauuwfe 40 miles from Point TWrton, last Friday night, ana tbe lucky atoat?Es ft-??^i t*M> crayfish excellent eat teg.
HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
HOSPITAL Tenders are being Invited for altera- tions and additions the Children's [?] North Adelaide, which it is es[?] will cost between [?] and iiitiiiiliil mSI cost between £1,000 fI.TM Hem sink-rooms and batn moatts are to be constructed in Way —* *iy? frVif*ic l and additional lava tories to the tatter bunding. Between ??? ??^?? BaQding and the laundry a ?ear ward m**f' will be constructed. Tkas vffl be supported on rolled steel Jotaas, which will be let hi to the walls ?C tbe two baUdings on either side.
AUSTRALIAN TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS Begin With Linton Cup S.A. LOSES IN SECOND ROUND QUIST HIGHLY THOUGHT OF Sydney, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
AUSTRALIAN TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS Begin With Linton Cup S.A. LOSES IN SECOND ROUND QUIST HIGHLY THOUGHT OF Sydney, February 24. Although South Australia was beaten by Victoria in the second round of the Linton Cup, Adrian Quist's performance was full of merit, and highly thought of. Tbe matches between representative young players of the various States in the Linton Cup contest marked the opening of the most important event in the lawn tennis year—toe Austra lian championships. Most of the States will have their champion players raking part in the various events, and keen interest is being shown in the tournament. As potential members of future Davis Cup teams, the doings of the juniors were watched closely, and special at tention was paid to the form of Adrian Quist, the youthful South Australian. Although hard pressed by ??. Purcell, Victoria, he was too good for his oppo nent, and a fine impression was created by his sound and resourceful play, both in that event and in the match a...
"EXCESSIVE AND UNJUST" PROTEST AGAINST LAND TAXATION Melbourne, February 23. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
"EXCESSIVE AND UNJUST" PROTEST AGAINST LAND TAXATION Melbourne, February 23. City property owners, at a meeting to- day called by the Taxpayers' Associa- tion to protest against the heavy in- creases in Federal land tax valuations. agreed unanimously to the following mo tion:— That this meeting of citizens joins with the Taxpayers' Associations of South Australia and New South Wales in entering an emphatic protest against tbe excessive and unjust increases in valuations for Federal land taxation purposes. In view of the reduced, re turns from properties and the crushing taxation recently imposed on all in comes, this meeting deplores the re ported rejection of applications for time to pay, and urges that payment of the tax, assessed as a result of the increases, should be postponed, without interest, until a determination has been made oa the appeals lodged.
ENGLAND SORRY FOR PLIGHT OF MIGRANTS BUT WASTE OF TIME TO ASK FOR HELP LONDON, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
ENGLAND SORRY FOR PLIGHT OF MIGRANTS BUT WASTE OF TIME TO ASK FOR HELP LONDON, February 24. There is no likelihood of the British Government assisting unemployed mi- grants in South Australia find Vic- toria, who have recently agitated for their repatriation. "We are sorry for their plight," said one official to-day, "but it would be an act of kindness to remind them that It is a waste of time to ask for assist ance from home." ? He added that those who intended to contribute to the common fund to send four settlers to England to ap peal to the Government would be merely wasting their money. The nossl tion of the migrants was not caused by misleading propaganda or by bad treatment from" South Australia, but by economic causes. Recalline the British unemployment figures and Mr. Snowden's recent warning, the same authority em phasised that if dissatisfied migrants returned they would fare worse in England than in Australia. It was a case of distance lending enchantment to the view. Cl...
CHANGES IN MOTOR ACT SOUGHT Unfair Police Practices Suggested DEFINING "NEGLIGENTLY" [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
CHANGES IN MOTOR ACT SOUGHT Unfair Police Practices Suggested DEFINING "NEGLIGENTLY" Many complaints against the Motor Vehicles Act were made yesterday to the Government, which is considering action. They rame from officials of the Auto mobile Association—the secretary CMr. Christophers) and solicitor iMr. Jes sop)—who interviewed the Attorney- General (Mr. Dennyj on certain legal aspects. .... They urged that" a charge of driving negligently should lie only where there was culpable negligence. At present grave doubt existed about the interpre tation of "negligently." „?,.,. If death ensued as the result of what some viewed as ordinary negligence, the person concerned might be charged with manslaughter. Against Law Principles It was contrary to the first principles of criminal law that there should be liability for conviction on such a seri ous charge where Lhe act of negligence might be trivial, and even though in # civil case it might be held that the oiher person involved was who...
EUROPE'S SURPLUS WHEAT Paris Conference Considers Distribution AUSTRALIAN PRODUCT BETTER PARIS, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
EUROPE'S SURPLUS WHEAT Paris Conference Considers Distribution AUSTRALIAN PRODUCT BETTER PARIS, February 24. Delegates to the European Wheat Conference, which is the outcome of M. Briand's European Federation Scheme, met in camera to discuss the possibilities of distributing Europe's surplus wheat among the industrial nations, in exchange for machinery manufactures. Twenty-four European nations, ex cluding Russia, were represented. The French Foreign Office refused to admit Australian and Canadian observers, go the British delegation watched their interests. Tbe United States and tbe Argen tine were not represented. The buying nations offered to help to finance the needy wheat-growing nnttfE"*—ftoumania, Bulgaria, Poland. Jugoslavia, and Hungary—but reftased to buy their wheat, on tbe ground that the Danubian product was incompar able with the higher quality Australian and Canadian, which, they said, was needed to bring up their own grain to average quality. . ~
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
BaSes BMaced and Free Oarage at Carlyon's Hotel Melbourne. To meet present conditions. Carlyon's base leduced rates as follows:—Single rooms from 4/6 per day. doable from ?&lt;?. bed and breakfast from 6/6 single, c? U/6 double. All meals optional (also at reduced rates) in tea-room and cafe. Inclusive board from 10/6 daily. - or SSf weekly Guests' cars garaged ?Hlium charge and train travellers pay no taxi fares as Carlyon's is right obpo ?tte Spencer-street station. C326wic SHEFFIELD SHIELD CRICKET Report of Sheffield Shield cricket match, in which Snoth Anstralia defeated Victoria on the first innings, appears on Page 5; pictures on Page It
OTHER FEATURES THIS MORNING [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
OTHER FEATURES THIS MORNING Page Page, * ; Answers to Correspondents .... 12 Out Among the People 10 .-. Broadcasting Programmes .. .. 13 Our Obstinate Artist U ''? Boy Scout Article 13 Personal 8 Courtry Section is p O p : 10 ? Crosswora Puzzle .. .. ?, Postal Arrangements .. .. .. ~ 6 General News 10 Returned Soldier Notes 13 : Girl Guide Notes 13 Racing and Other Sport .. .... 5 Illustrations 16 Shipping 6 Law Courts 13 serial Stories 7 Leading Articles s Social Notes ?. .. 15 Medical Queries v Views and Comments 12 Monetary and Commercial . fi Weather Map . 15 . Mickey Mouse n Woman s World 14 INDEX TO CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS ' Amusements 2 Medical 3 Auctions 16 'M'iTiingr m __ _ jfi : Business Partnerships &c 3 Missing Friends 2 Births, Marriages, and Deaths'" 8 Money. Stocks, and Shares .. 15 Board and Residence Vacant " 3 Motor Cars 4 Board and Residence Wanted "" 3 Motorcycles 4 BusinessNoiices . "' 3 Motor Tour Notices 3 4 Carriers, &c ." " 3 Miscellaneous...
COMPANY'S REPLY "Amendments would Hamper and Harass" [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
COMPANY'S REPLY "Amendments would Hamper and Harass" "Despite losses amounting to about £70,000, caused by the recent coal dispute in Australia, all of which was borne by the company, and resulted in a complete extinction of its reserves, a 33 and despite a. reduction of 372 . per ta cent, in dividend due to decreased sales O. of gas as a result of the depression, I *i am sorry to see that the Housewives' ."?. Association is advocating ajnpnrimpn^g .-;4j of the Gas Act, the manager of the "J Gas Company (Mr. G. M. OBea) said yesterday. ' 'M "The results must be simply to bam- '.-| per and harass the company in Its '.? operations, as veil as to increase toe V cost of producing gas at a time when, i| private enterprise should be left free' cj to develop business as much* as pos- 7^ sible, and so reduce costs and unem- SCi ployment. .. ? ~a| "It is only necessary to add that in ',| every price enquiry the results of ex- Q haustive examinations of f&e company's affairs, includin...
TCSSKX.K FROM OVF.Rsr [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
TCSSKX.K FROM OVF.Rsr?s Advine has been received from Elder Smith & Company that the R.M.S. [?] from Malbourne is expected to arrive at the Outer Harbour at about to arrive at the Harbour at about ? pjn. today, and will leave for Lon don at 5 pja. tomorrow. a special tain, far passengers embarking will lease Artriatrtf for the Outer Harbour at 325 pjn. to-morrow. The R.M.S. Ca£bay vhidi left Fremantle yesterday Is frprrtrd to arrive at Outer Harbour ?boot 8 ?"? on Saturday. The Karoola frcm Fremantle is ex pected to berth at Mcllwraith, McEach ?m* vtnrf. No. 2 Quay. Port Adelaide, ?? I pjn. today. A special iraia will taneAddakle at 12 noon direct for Iftfc vb&xf.
GENERAL NEWS MOTOR CAR REGISTRATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
GENERAL NEWS MOTOR CAR REGISTRATIONS The Registrar of Motor Vehicles (Mr. H.B. Walker) stated yesterday that he had completed a report for the Premier on the proposal to make motor car re- an tte proposal to mate motor car re- fees payable quarterly. The xepor* was tlie outcome of a conference lniwtm him and members of the chief nosering organisations in the State, and it voold be olaced before Mr. Hiil m Us return from, the Premiers' Con teeace.