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OUR COUNTRY SECTION REPORTS FROM RURAL CENTRES ALAWOONA [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
OUR COUNTRY SECTION REPORTS FROM RURAL CENTRES ALAWOONA [?]ting was held to discuss economies [?] general welfare of the ratepayers Brown's Well District Council. Mr. [?]ron was Chairman, and Councillors lciuu vis chairman, and Councillors tesaa Fauii. soi. (Aiawooca), S. Fo:3Ck (Ffcraaa). and Mr. W. L. Ryan (clerk oT ronsacll) vere present. Many questions In RSuri to reduction of rites,* water, and JTflnrtJflfl in council expenses were dis cussed, and It was decided to take Imme diate srxps to try and effect a general re- CurdoD la rates and council expenses. On the motion of Mr. S. Fine;. It in* agreed X£a? m annual meeting be cal ed at cc.th c^itre la tae district of Brown's Well Coun cil after tae balance-sheet had been puo ?lsJaed, ALUNDALE EAST Mr. aad Mrs. W. J. Carlin and their two Caugtten. Joan and Meryl, of Milne, Vic toria, are spending a holiday at taeli PL-mas' bone at Hilanrtalr East.—The an- Eial school itfcnlc v*s held at tae Springs, ax Port ltacDonaelL The chlidre...
LAND and PRODUCER BIG CHANCE FOR PIG BREEDERS POSSIBILITIES PORK AND BACON INDUSTRY OUTSIDE MARKET ESSENTIAL [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
LAND and PRODUCER BIG CHANCE FOR PIG BREEDERS POSSIBILITIES^ PORK AND BACON INDUSTRY OUTSIDE MARKET ESSENTIAL By YATTALUNGA The low values ruling for cereals has directed attention, to other avenues of primary production which might offer higher returns foe the grain than that obtainable on thp ordinary market. This has led to the production of pork and bacon being rapidly developed. If the industry is to be maintained there are three essential factors to be borne in mind. These are:— (1) Breeding of the type of pig. ' (2) Development of an .overseas mar ket for pork, bacon, and lard. (3) Continuity of overseas supply. Which Type The pig carcase most favored for bacon and to a large extent for pork must be long and deep, with well developed hams and'without coarseness in the shoulders. The back fat should not be of a greater thickness than about an inch, and even from the shoulder back. The lean should be distributed throughout the carcase, and the skin should be of fine texture and...
DO YOU KNOW? [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
DO YOU KNOW? ANSWERS 1. Pope's "Essay on Mao." 2. In 1848, with Smith, O'Brien. Thomas Meagher and others implicated in the Irish rebellion. A grandson of John Mitchel was Mayor of New Tork in 1916. 3. That every person holding a civil or military office in langiawH shnnH publicly receive the sacrament accord ing k-v- the rites of the Established Church. 4. Charles H. 5. 3,000. 6. A cradle is kept at the entrance, into which the child is placed. A bell is rung and an attendant takes the in fant away. No attempt is made to discover fee parents. Questions on Page 11 Bore (relating experiences in Turkish prison)—" For three years I hadn't a shirt to my back." The Other—"Dear, dear! However did you manage about a bole for your collar stud?"
LONG JOURNEY FOR CHILDREN Train Service May Be Changed For Gawler Students [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
LONG JOURNEY FOR CHILDREN Train Service May Be Changed For Gawler Students Complaining that children attending Gawler High School from Angaston, Tanunda, and district, had to leave home in the morning at about 630, and did not reach home again at night until about 8 o'clock, a deputation asked the Minister of Railways (Mr. Denny) and the Commissioner (Mr. C. B. Anderson), for improved transport facilities. Mr Denny replied that the heavy loss under which the railways were be ing run made it impossible to add to the present service, particularly one of fering so little return. He promised that. If possible, he would get the time-table re-arranged as a compromise acceptable to children and business people. * . Mr. T. T. Edwards, IHP. (Labor), in troduced the deputation, which com prised Messrs. J. H. A. Schultz (chair man of the Tanunda School Commit tee), M. E. Heuzenroeder, A. C. Wec kert. B. Garret*, and S. L. Winton.
OLD LAMPS FOR NEW MODERN VERSION OF ALADDIN [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
OLD LAMPS FOR NEW MODERN VERSION OF ALADDIN Old lamps are fashionable now and people are scrapping much of the bowl type of lighting which was so popular a year or two ago. There is one young man in Adelaide who has made a study of lamps and lighting. He designs the fittings for scores of the big homes here, and he has also turned his attention to the artistic lighting of the modem cottage and bungalow. Last year he haunted the second-hand shops and bought thousands of the old-fashioned prisms which used to make the chandeliers a blaze of light Prisms and lustres are in vogue again now, but they are strung with a delicacy of design which makes them very different from the rather ponderous old-fashioned centre pieces. Many ultra modernistic effects are ob tained with material looking very much like mother of pearl, through which the light comes with a soft translucent glow. Shades like a half closed um brella are swung from the ceiling, and from the walls huge fan-shaped shades jut o...
FOR MEN ONLY BUT WOMEN BUT THEM [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
FOR MEN ONLY BUT WOMEN BUT THEM It is amazing to see the number of women who buy their men's clothing from top to toe. It is not only the wives and mothers who undertake the task, but sisters and sweethearts are pressed into service, too. It may not be romantic to purchase the sox and singlets for one's best beloved, but it is distinctly practical, and this is 193 L Some shops make a definite bid for men customers, but nine times out of ten they send their womenfolk to buy for them in Adelaide.. This week I saw some wonderful bargains in silk underwear for men. The nastel shades that were so popular a while ago seem, to have dropped back in favor, and that is probably why they are so very cheap. Lots of women -were laying to stocks for the winter, because some men cannot wear wool next to the skin, and the lighter weight silk is popular under the woollies. Search for Beauty In one shoo you would not have thought there was any depression had you seen the number of women anxiously wai...
BABY HEALTH CENTRE Work Extended [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
BABY HEALTH CENTRE Work Extended A new Baby Health -Centre was re- cently opened at Largs Bay in the Methodist Church, Military-road north. This centre is in charge of Sister W. Steward and is open on Wednesdays, this relieves to some extent the over crowded centres at Semaphore and Peterhead. where from 40 to 60 mothers attend in one afternoon. * The centre at the Outer Harbor, es tablished several years ago, mainly with the object of assisting immi grants, has been temporarily closed. This is much regretted by the commit tee of the association, but the branch was costing £200 a year to maintain and now that there are no immigrant boats the number of persons travelling with young children are very few. Mothers residing between the Outer Harbor and Largs Bay, who previously took their babies to the Outer Harbor to be weighed are now able to attend the Largs Bay Centre. It is estimated that the attendance at the Baby Health Centres this year will be in the vicinity of 90,000 and the ...
JUST LIKE A WOMAN [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
JUST LIKE A WOMAN A woman who holds rather advanced views on education, or rather she did before she had a child of her own to bring up, tells me that she took her small daughter out one Sunday after noon for a ramble round the hills. After half an hour's hard plodding she asked Miss Six Years Old what she thought of the scenery. The reply was uncompromising even if it was lisped— "I like scenery where there's shops," was the retort.
DIE IN AUSTRALIA MELBA'S PREMONITION [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
DIE IN AUSTRALIA MELBA'S PREMONITION what he eats or drinks in the lazy laughing East. There are still a num ber of germs there which have not yet been isolated by the scientists. Melba always declared that she would die in Australia. When she passed through Adelaide on her way to London for the last time, she called at "The Advertiser" Office. I was talk ing to William Heughan, tJho Scottish singer, when a gentleman told me that a lady wanted to see me downstairs, adding that she was so wedged in her motor car with luggage that she could not come up to see me. When I went down rather mystified, I was con fronted by Melba, who remarked that as the mountain wouldn't come to Mahomet, Mahomet had come to the mountain. "You're to look after Wil liam," she remarked with an affec tionate glance at that stalwart Scot" "and you'll do your best for poor ," an Adelaide woman friend of hers. "If you don't my spirit will haunt you," she said laughingly. .Then she grew grave as I kissed her good...
WARE INFLDENZA SIMPLE HOME REMEDIES [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
WARE INFLDENZA SIMPLE HOME REMEDIES Every year, at the end of summer, in the tram and train one hears those nagging coughs. They are the prelude to the annual outbreak of early in- fluenza. It is not warm enough for sun bathing, and not cold enough ap parently for people to boast how cold it was under the shower this momin. (I always suspect that those people take their showers under an umbrella, even though they may stand in the bath.) Already there has been some thing of a scourge of influenza through out Great Britain, though the authori ties say that the visitation has been comparatively light. It will probably be echoed here. They emphasise the three rules for treatment— BEST! H KKM? WARM! GO ON A LIGT DIET. It is a fact that the influenza death roll could be cut to a TniniTmim if this were done. Hot lemonade and aspirin are excellent taken in the early stages. The lemonade should be of the ordi nary bottled variety, and it should be heated in the bottle. This can be done by pu...
LAWN TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
LAWN TENNIS HYNAM DEFEAT NARRACOOHTE ' Teams from the Narracoorte and Hynam ' Tennis Club met on the Narracoorte 1 courts. Scores: —Hynam. 9 sets. 115 games; i Narracoorte, 8 sets. 99 games. MACCLESFIELD The Macclesfield tennis players defeated Mount Barker Baptist team by 13 sets to 6 sets. MOUNT TEMPLETON Watchman. 15 sets 122 games; Mount ; Temple-ton. 12 sets 111 rallies. Mount Templeton. 24 sets 168 games; Bowilla. 6 sets 37 games. SOUTHERN YORKE PENINSULA ASSOCIATION Mlnlaton. 11 sets 99 games; Port Vincent. 7 sets E7 games. Yorketown. 11 sets 91 games; Oaklands, 7 sets 65 games. ,
TASMANIA PLAYS VICTORIA MATCH IN INTERESTING STAGE Melbourne, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
TASMANIA PLAYS VICTORIA MATCH IN INTERESTING STAGE Melbourne, February 24. In the match between Victoria and Tasmania. Victoria, after a bad start on Monday, restored the balance and, when half the side was out for 174, only 73 runs were required for a first innings lead. Then, however, there was a slump and when the last wicket fell the visitors were still six runs to the good. The match will be finished to day. Scores:— VICTORIA FIRST INNINGS F. Fontaine, run out .. .. 40 G. Baton, c. and b. Nash .. .. .... .. O G. Newstead, c. and b. Nash 0 J. Scaife. c. Atkinson, b. Nash .... 1 L, Darling, c. Matthews, b. Nash .... 88 J. Rush. c. Nash. b. Hooper 51 F. Chapman, 1.b.w.. b. Newton .. .. 33 A. Mclunes. c. Martin, b. Newton .. 1 G. Healey, not out 12 H. C Schraeder. run out 2 F. L. Morton, b. Nash 3 Sundries .. 9 Total 240 BOWLING—Nash, five for 65; Hooper, one for 16; Newton two for 62. TASMANIA First Innings 246 SECOND INNINGS J. Atkinson, c. Schraeder. b. Morton .. 21 T. Matthews,...
FIFTH TEST IN SOUTH AFRICA Home Team Makes 252 COLLAPSE AFTER GOOD BEGINNING CAPE TOWN, February 23. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
FIFTH TEST IN SOUTH AFRICA Home Team Makes 252 COLLAPSE AFTER GOOD BEGINNING CAPE TOWN, February 23. South Africa started wen in the fifth Test match against the M.C.C. team, the first wicket falling at 127, but a , batting collapse set in, and the innings j closed at 252. Mitchell and Siedle opened soundly, and at first it appeared that they would establish a new South African first wicket record. Voce bowled to a leg trap, and Tate made pace off the wic ket. The batsmen could not take liberties, and played cautiously, and by lunch had scored 93. After lunch the batsmen became more daring, but found it very difficult to penetrate the well-placed field. Mitchell had bad luck when he kicked a ball from Hammond on to his wicket. He had scored 73, made in 185 minutes. After his dismissal wickets fell $rith unsettling rapidity, Siedle, Christy, and Taylor being sent back by White and Peebles. Cameron also failed to stay, but Dalton and VUjoen batted dog gedly *and at tea the score was f...
SHE DARKENED ALL HER GREY HAIR [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
SHE DARKENED ALL HER GREY HAIR WELL-KNOWN LADY TELLS HOW SHE OVERCAME HER GREY HAIR BY SIMPLE HOME-MADE REMEDY Mrs. E. Powell, of Glebe, Sydney, whose hair is still dark, recently made the following statement:— "Grey, streaked, or faded hair can be quickly turned black, brown, or light brown, whichever shade you wish, by the use of the following simple remedy that you can mis up at home. "Merely get 1 ounce of Bay Rum, 1 ounce of Glycerine, a small box of Ortex Compound, and mix these up with seven (7) ounces of water. Do the mixing yourself to avoid unneces sary cost. Comb the liquid through the hair a couple of times a week, until the desired shade results. You need not hesitate to use this freely, because it is perfectly harmless, does not rub off. is neither sticky nor greasy. and leaves one"s hair beauti fully glossy and fluffy, and free from j dandruff. It should make any grey- ! haired person look many, many years younger. ? J
GOLF SPALDING OVERSEAS CHAMPIONSHIP Hobart, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
GOLF SPALDING OVERSEAS CHAMPION SHIP Hobart, February 24. The first 36 holes of the Spaldine over- seas championship (Tasmanian section) were played at the Kingston Beach golf [?] today, Six professionsls took part Hi.its to-day. Six professionals took p?xt. W. B Robertson leads with a score of 147 while his lather. Jock Bobenson. Aus tralian professional champion. Is In second place with a total of ISO. L. R. Mc- Menus Is five strokes behind the leader. The concluding 36 holes will be contested to-morrow. J. Clemenger, play ing in the tennis doubles champion ship in SEelbonren on Monday. He and Schlesinger defeated Patterson and Hop man in a five-sets yngl^li on the Al bert : Park courts. Clemenger was beaten by Hopman in the final of the singles champlon ?Mp on Saturday.
RIFLE SHOOTING [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
RIFLE SHOOTING For a double shoot of 300 yards the scores were:—H. W. Porter (captain). 69; B. A. Porter. 67: B. S. Correll, 67; H. L. Porter, 63: F.W.Lown 61: D.R.Tynan Go: R. 63: F. W. Lown. 61; D. R. Tynan. CO; R. T. Tietee. 60; R. M. Frldllngton. 53; R. C. Vlteo. 50. Tlie scores for a double two days' shoot from 600 yards resulted:—B. T. Tirtze. 64; R. S. CorreU. 59; H. W. Porter. 58; R, A. Porter. 58: H. L. Porter. 54; A. NanklvelL 49; V. R. Dodd. 42; D. K. Tynan, 41; B. C. Vlnjo. 35. BnrraCltiP The thirteenth stage of the Kookaburra trophy was fired at 500. 600. and 700 yards, with the wind strong from the right. GuEts frequently carried the bullet to an outer or off the tauret. C. Dixon, at 700 yards, scored 32. Apparently the fitting of the new barrel recently is giving the desired effect. B. Nutt crashed at 600 after get ting top score at the first range. W. Wood man shot consistently to again get trophy points. His aggregate Is now second. R. Woodman and R. Schwler fired l...