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ALSATIAN PARADE Big Entry at Victoria Park [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
ALSATIAN PARADE Big Entry at Victoria Park Big entries and efficient management were the features of the parade of the AKaMnTi club of South Australia, held hi the saddling paddock .at Victoria Park racecourse, on Saturday. Mr. H. W. Thomas, who Judged, said the quality of the many young dogs showed a great Improvement. About 80 dogs were paraded, and as the best exhibit for the Club Cup. Mr. Thomas selected Al J. Tauant's Lady Faulkner ol Bosslyn. This tii''1b'''p bitch has caught the Judge's eye at- other shows, and on this occasion scored In the junior (under 18 months) female class from Miss Kath. Schramm's Glorious Ceara of Bosslyn and Miss G. Euan's Omah of Eooyong. m the open bitch class lady Faulkner won from eight others, the place-getters being Glorious Ceara aad Murray CaldweU's Kennerlelgh Clta. She showed her versa tility by running third In the tempera ment class of 18 entries to Kennerlelgh Clta, and Mrs. S. G. Gray's Sefton of Jerome, end second In the best handled c...
RICHARDSON IN FORM Misses Century By Six Runs [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
RICHARDSON IN FORM Misses Century By Six Runs Owing to the state of the wicket at the University Oval a start was delayed until 3.3 o'clock. Sturt had first use of: the wicket. E. E. Hutton and Vic Richard- 1 son being the opening batsmen. A good' stand was made, and 51 had been reached when Hutton Was caught by Thompson. N. A. Walsh Joined Richardson, and after an hour's play the partnership yielded 80. Richardson played one of his characteris- 1 tic Innings, and when 6lx off the cen tury he was brilliantly caught by Sang stcr off Thompson. Blchardson batted for 2 hours 7 minutes. After the International's dismissal wickets fen rapidly, four going for 25 runs. Pel-; lew and Whlttagton. who were tipiningj well, each caught two of the batsmen. At stumps Sturt had lost six wickets for 175 runs. Scores:— ? STDBT E. H. Hu*ton. c. Thompson, b. Clarkson 22 V. Y. Richardson, c. Sangster. b. Thompson ? ? 94 j N. A. Walsh, c. Pellew. b. Thompson 28 j F. K. Gould, c. Pellew. b. Whltlngton 0 L...
TORRENS DISMISSED CHEAPLY Prospect Bowlers Deadly [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
TORRENS DISMISSED CHEAPLY Prospect Bowlers Deadly Prospect bowlers had a field day against West Torrens at Thebarton. The home team was dismissed for 76 runs, and Pros- I Dect lost three wickets for 89. ' Prospect won the toss, and sent Torrens to bat in the hope or having the use of a better wicket the following Saturday. . The turf, however, was fair, but the Tor rens batsmeu could not stand up against the bowline of Wall and Lewis. Lewis i was oarUcularly troublesome. He flighted' well against the wind, and took four wickets. A. strong 60Uth-westerly also favored the fast bowler*. Carlton. althouKh he bowled two good oven, was not i^ to his usual form, but be ac counted for two of the Torrens playeni. M. G. Walte. who was held by Smith from one of Wall's fast deliveries, was the only Torrens player to . make a stand. He ?cored 37. Torrens occupied the wlckete for 118 minutes, and secured their not 90 In 70 minutes. Prospect batted a little more than 90 minutes to score 89 for the...
DO YOU KNOW [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
DO YOU KNOW— 1. The meaning of 'Mauvais ton?' 2. Where is Aleppo? 3. How many words the Wngiish language' contains? 4. What causes sponginess in bread? 5. What George m.'s jeweller said when asked by the King what he could do to reward him? 6. Who was Pushkin? Answers on Page 4
ALL OUT FOR 20 RUNS Kensington Collapses on Tricky Wicket [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
ALL OUT FOR 20 RUNS Kensington Collapses on . Tr&ky Wicket A sensational collapse signalled the open ing of the aeacon at Kensington. The borne , team batted first on ? tricky wicket and utterly failed against the bowling ot Two pen; and Hall.' So Ineffectual was the bat ting that a«er 55 minutes the aids was cut for 20 runs. R, Moyle bad not arrived from tliB baseball ilnal*, and missed *?-« turn to bat. Glenelg did little better at the start of Its -mrtng» Igor wickets fell XSr one run. and two more should have been secured, but the fielding wau weak. A stand by Ward and Bauey eventually tecured the rang needed to pass Kensing ton's score. The side men collapsed again, only to be saved from another ridiculous tcore jby some big hitting by Tropeny. Kfn5inet'n did better In the second In nings on an Improving wtcket after losing two wickets for 15. Bowley was struck by i n bumping ball from Catcbtove and retired I butt. Scores: — KENSINGTON First Innings ^^ E. A. Johnson, c ...
FIFTY YEARS AGO [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
FIFTY YEARS AGO From 'The Advertiser,' October 5, 1881 f-Y 17 votes to 14, the House ?*-* of Assembly has shelved the Government proposals for a fairer taxation scheme. A combination of factionists and capitalists has succeeded in sav ing themselves and their friends from contributing by a property tax their fair share of State burdens, which will con tinue to fall heaviest on the shoulders of the poorer sections of the comm unity. The pre sent moneyed MP.'s are pre paring a rod for their own back. Eventually, instead of a small tribute, they will be com pelled to make a wholesale con tribution to justice. AT an auction sale of land ?'- suburban to Port Augusta, 25 allotments were purchased, mostly by local residents, at prices ranging from 7/ to 20/ a foot. SEVERAL thousand shilling tickets in the Melbourne Art Union have already been sold in Adelaide. Oil color paintings of superior merit, valued at 130 and 50 guineas respectively, are the prizes. f» Y an overwhelming majority. *-...
SLOW WICKET AT NORWOOD Williams Succeeds Against Old Team [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
SLOW WICKET AT NORWOOD Williams Succeeds Against Old Team The wicket was uncertain at Norwood ? Oval. East Torrens was dismissed for 174 by Colts. H. C. Nitschke (Inter-State and, East Torrens opening batsman) was dis-' missed before he had scored. He was1 caught by Pellew off a ball from B. G-- Williams— the seventh ball of the match.! J. M. Sigglns hit one of the two 6ixes In the match to locg-'on off a ball from Williams. L. C. Brldgland. who made 29 not out. gave a display of fast hitting. He made the runs In 29 minutes, and fol lowed a hit to the boundary at fine leg with a fine six to square leg off Errey. Williams, a newcover to the Colts team from East Torrens. bawled well, end tooK four for 43. Whltfleld was dropped three times before he was caught by J. Mc CarUn off F. Errev. He hit four fours and later bowled C. E. Pellew (Colts captain), who was the only man of that side die missed before stumps were drawn at 5.5S. The Torrens Innings lasted for 176 minutes, and Colts ba...
BASEBALL FINAL Easy Win For Goodwood [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
BASEBALL FINAL Easy Win For Goodwood Plavlng excellent baseball. Goodwood had no trouble In winning the premiership In the challenge match against Kensington on the Walkervllle Oval on Saturday after noon. The final scores were 7 runs to 2. The Goodwood nine excelled In every department. Kensington did not dis play its usual form, particularly in the I field. Drennan and Nelson batted -well for the winners, and 6. Holland for the losers. In the B grade challenge, Kensington easily vanquished Goodwood by 17 runs to 8. Hesults:— A Grade — Goodwood. 7: Kensington, 2. B Grade — Kensington, 17; Goodwood. 8. Goodwood's Win Goodwood batted. L&nthots opened the innings, but was caught at left field. Drennan was the next batter, and bit safely to left fleM. but was unable to advance farther than second base. A. Holland, fielding hi the key position, held two difficult file*, which dismissed the 6lde Kensington opened Its scoring ac count with a single. A. Holland opened and was advan...
HAT TRICK MISSED Collins Takes Three Wickets With Four Balk [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
HAT TRICK MISSED Collins Takes Three Wickets With Four Balk . Accurate oowung by the local team was the feature of the game between Port Adelaide and Adelaide at the Al berton Oval. A. J. Ryan won the toss for AdPlaWf. and elected to bat wltb C. Starr, who took strike from C. S. Deveison. When the board sbowed 24. Ryan was smartly caught, after he scored 8. by Collins, off the open ing bowler. Only two more runs had been obtained before Starr. In the next over, was bowled by Collins. A. B. Lonergan and B. 3. Tobln were then asso ciated. Batting steadily. Lonergan held his wicket most of the afternoon. He had scored only two when he was easily j missed In the slips by Collins, in two ' and a half hours he made only 45 runs, I but in smart time be added 24 before be ing given out Lb.w. to Williams. Tobln was dismissed In a similar manner When 27. and the remainder of the team made little stand against the bowlers. Collins secured three wickets with four baEs. He bowled Jaffer for 14. ...
B GRADE BED SECTION [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
B GRADE RED SECTION STUBT V. ADELAIDE HIGB SCHOOL Adelaide High School— Mueller, c. Kirk wood, b. Foster, 10; Bungey. c. and b. Fos ter, 4; Masoford, c. Jaotke, b. PhUlle, 1; Powell, c. Tuohy. b. Phllus. 3; Priest, c WUlougfaby. b. Foster, 2; McGlassan, c Wllloughby. b. Phulls, 0; Ahrendt, b. Phll lls. 0; Taylor, st. Tuohy. b. Poster. 7; Symons, not out, 21; Kerr, not out 3; sundries. 6: total (for eight wickets). 60. Bowling — Masters, none for 2: FhUlls, four for 21; Tnghatp none for 1; Pettman, none for 2; Foster, four for 27. ? JUNIOR COLTS V. UNIVERSITY. University— Glbbs, c. Rule, b. Hay. 20; Newmann, c. Etyan b. Prouse 1; Cole batch, c. Bule, b. Johns, 36; Dawson, l.b.w.. b. Gray. 59; Reid. c. Mattde. b. Max low, 36. Burnard c. Marlow, b. Mattle, 26; Pellew. c. Prouse. b. Mattle, 7; OUlesple. b. Prouse, 0; Jolly, b. Mattle. 1; Sykes, c. Johns, b. Mattle. 1; Jens, not out. 6; sundries. 15; total. 208. Bowling— Hay. one for 34; Prouse, two tor 36; Mattle, four for 28; Gatley no...
TITHES TO CHURCHES. Abolition Advocated In England . [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
TITHES TO CHURCHKr Abolition Advocated In ' England ? : r^ 'There to conslderabM comxonan J*-,, England concerning the PSR10* &£-*.' fanner? of times to _toj CtajSSr »**3? i; Bar. Barter Jones, recto* at St. Oe«i» Church. Padalngton. Sydney, wno is «r« „ BfterBavlnB spent seven months la ««?? - - land. - :^ The abolition of tithes was U» «OT ' question on which there was *njr ''?'fT^' Seroin the Church ot England «* . present, be said. . - . As far as he could ncertoln, jfeuru^ attendances In Bntfand warj no «*»??? than In Australia. Where tin mnUsSer*-. wer^teentnd^dttd to «t»*«ie|«ge . they received large oongregatteoa. Jf--* - churches which had special *6peafcen yd ? broadcasting always had Urge «?'?».?%, Among these were WestmlnsterMb**?. Canterbury^ Cathedral, and 8L- MarUnTs In. the Fields. « ^_ Tbera fT^w to be A wave of TBStoulSpn - of old churches, many of which tajim built for hundreds at years.' ae coBBawwu - ?-.
FLORAL AND DOMESTIC ART EXHIBITION Successful Pet Show [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
FLORAL AND DOMESTIC ART EXHIBITION Successful Pet Show The floral and domestic art exhibition and fair. In aid of the Goodwood Mathorttrt Church trust funds. 4rew Urge attend ances on Saturday afternoon and even* ing. In the afternoon lira. J. O. Jennns. wife of the President of the MotbodJst Conference, opened tbe fair. The chief attraction wa& a pet sbow. for which many entries were received. During the after noon Miss E. pengUly and Mr. E, Tjioo bold rendered musical and vocal numbers, and. In the evening tbe 'l«'g--*'' Church concert party contributed items. The fair has been extended to Wednesday. Prize ^gt: ? Champion of show. Douglas Fuse (cat). Champion rabbit. Angora. Glen Fumesa. Cats, Douglas Fuss; Persian, Owen Hunt. Angora rabbit. Glen Purneas. Betty Hor ton; P. E. Marston. Dogs, ten terrier, Bryan Herbert; field spaniel. Don Lute: Pomeranian. Martin Seogh Team of rabbits, Jean ITeale; Dick Dal B'antams. cock. J. Whlttenburg; ben, Don Barrett: Rhonda Hunt, 3. Wo...
GETTING READY FOR RIGHT ACROSS ATLANTIC Southern Cross Reconditioned in Amsterdam KINGSFORD SMITH'S STORY [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
GETTING READY FOR FLIGHT ACROSS ATLANTIC Southern Cross Reconditioned in Amsterdam KINGSFORD SMITH'S STORY In today's instalment of 'The Story of the Southern Cross,' Kings ford Smith describes the preparations for the flight across the Atlantic from east to west, and the wonderful reception he and his crew had when they visited Holland, where the Southern Cross was overhauled at the Fokker works. By AIR-COMMODORE KINGSFOBD SMITH FART 13 HAVING stared the Southern Cross at Croydon, we were able to proceed with the chief business of our visit to Efriginnri — the purchase of suitable planes for our new company. We were so impressed with the proved qualities of the Southern Cross herself taat we de cided to purchase siT'ilar machines, and accordingly made arrangements with A. V. Roe & Co. and tne Armstrong Siddeley Company tor four Avro Ten monoplanes to be shipped to Australia. A. V. Roe & Co. had purchased the right to manufacture from the Fokker designs, and instead ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
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SPLENDID TENNIS ON WET COURTS Unley and West Torrens Successful QUIST DEFEATS HARVEY [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
SPLENDID TENNIS ON WET COURTS Unley and West Torrens Saccessfnl QUIST DEFEAT HARVEY By 'Kro-bat' ? The second carles of district tennis matches, although played on damp, courts, produced some great displays on Saturday. Glenelg had a dose match against Dniey, the latter team getting home by the odd rubber. The West Torrens team, led by G. M. Hone, and containing five youngsters of promise, proved too strong Tor University and won by six rubbers to three. The rain in the morning caused gloomy hearts among tennis players, for at this time of the year veryUtQe is needed to make the courts unplay able. The weather cleared sufficiently however to allow play, and the soft courts helped those who have not as yet struck form by giving them more time than Usual to hit the ball. Unley Defeats Glenelg The doubles matches gave Unley a lead of one rubber, Harvey and Hooper somewhat surprisingly defeating Quist and Solomon in straight sets. B. B. Barboux and F. R. Hone lost the first set to good ...