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PASTORAL RAIN Good General Fall BROKEN HILL, Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923

PASTORAL RAIN Good General Fall BROI(EN HILL, Today. Steady rain has fallen. Until 9 o'clock yesterday morning 75 points had been recorded at the post office., The rain has been fairly. general throughout the district. Some of the heaviest falls were: Mount Murchison (still raining). 141 points; White Clifrs, 150; Pooncarie, 17S; Ciifden, 150; WVilcannia, 72; Mur tee, 75; Netallie. 668; Menu. Murtie, 71; Petyuna, 73; Weinteriga, 66; Surbiton, 67; Tintinology, 56; Ivanhoe, 151; Miount Manara (still raining), 100; Louth, 128; Polocara, 110; Glen Lyon, 54; Dromore, 72; Booligal, 117; Mossgiel, 130; Kilfera, 130; Belpurjah, 117; Princess Lake, 119; Manfred, 130; TWyacho, 180; Tarrawangee, 107; Poola macea, 100; Corona, 91; Tilta, 69; MIac dougall, 80; Quinyambie, 40; Euriowie, 105; Sturt's Meadows. 65; Langawirra, 35; Silverton, SS; Mundi Mundi, 102; Milhaven, 85; Thnackaringa Siding, 5; Menindie, 60; WVirryilka, 100; Henley, 42; Teryawynia, 4,t ; Albermar!le, 80; Tartna Peint, 48; Netl...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TRAMWAY WORKERS Perth May Join Federation [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923

TRAMWAY WORKERS Perth.May Join Federation 'Mr. L. L. Hill, MP., general president of the Australian Tlramivays Employes' Assocation and secretary of the South Australian branch, hopes tha; as a re sult of his recent visit to Western Aus tralia the Perth Electric Tramway Em ployes' Union will join up with the Federal Association. "At Fremantle and Kalgoorlie," said MIr. Hill, 'the tramway worker' Ire affiliated with our organisa tion, which now has a membershp of 10,000, but at Perth the men have a separate union of 500 members. "I met the officials and many mem bers, and they assured me that they would leave no stone unturned to bring about amalgamation. - "If the Perth men join up we will hal e every tramway system in Austra lia except Brisbane in our association. "The Brisbane men were affiliated with us until 1912, but during the strike that year they formed a separate union."' At Fremantle the tramrwaymen gave a social in honor of Mr. Hill, and at Kal ,,ourlie and Boulder City h...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS I BIRTHS AND DEATHS, BEREAVEMENT NOTICES, MARRIAGES, and IN MEMORIAM NOTICES, accepted at "The News" Office, and by telephone, for insertion on the Back Page up to 12 noon daily. Such notices may also be forwarded through any of the nume rous "News" Agencies. Notices received after 1 p.m. will be inserted with thP late adver tisements. (In order to guard against imposition, Notices of Births, Marriages, and Deaths must be authenticated by some respectable person to ensure insertion.) DEATHS PRITCHARD.-On the 30th July. at her residence, Spring street, Queenstown, Eliza beth Ann, beloved wife of the late Stanley Pritchard, aged 66 years. RUMBELOW.-On the 27th July, at "Yel tanna," Encounter Bay, Mary, the beloved wife of the late Malen Rumbelow, leaving three sons, four daughters, 34 grandchildren, 31 great-grandchildren to mourn their sad loss. FUNERAL NOTICES T-ENNINGS.-The Friends of the late Mr. S JOHIN JENNINGS are respectfully in formed that his Fu...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Good Roads and Bad ROADWAY WANTED Streets As Garages DOCTOR FINED [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923

Ga~od Roade~t~8~ ROADWAY WANTED Streets As Garages SDOCTOR FINED The teIegraphie adsvic~s publittrcd daily in this column are appreciated by motorsts, according to generil comment. -At the sa~me ti~ t;he need is felt for an up-to-date road map that will give the latest information as to trips and conditions to be met. This is .omne thing that the Automobile Association could well trrn its hand to. There is nothing more annoying than to take a turning and then -to find that you have been going in the wrong direction. One excellent move the association is making is to send its guides for tour·si of the country. In this connection it is highly probable that the head guilde will leave at an early date for an ex tended tour. If he does he will enquire into the interests of the country mnto •ist, appoint new hotels and agents at garagaes. He will also make a close note of road conditions. Following this trip it is understood that he will pro bia.bly make others. STANDING TIME LIMIIT. The ...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
East is East [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923

East is.~East The death knell of student rparriges would be sdundecd if the ruling .ot the Ministry o· Education'r wyele ti be obeyed, reports "The Chung Mei News Service." This Ministry, at the request of the National Education Association, has a sent-.a mnemorandum to the. plo. vince directing that both b'6ys and girls of middle school grade.should not be allowed to marry. It is pointed ,out that t'h~ darlger in these early marriages of studeits lies in the fact that :a boy uplon progressing with his higher education moves away from his young wife and tiring of her is inclined to give ier' up for another. Anotheri argument is advanced that these young marriages tend to retard the physiCal development of. the stu dents.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923

THE DAILY TEST PROVES I ii :ANCHOR ..I I.= GROCERIES . . . .. .h e ,e st . . . .i I£ INTER SALE 'I Continues Its Wonderful Value Giving Today. BARGAIN BEDROOM " '- / _ - . --..-- - I . - . = TlH. ... . ... . -. t:rf-e, t re design, showing mirror S ti.r , ...;. .. ,. e ft. 6 in. wide, has bevelled swing ruir ro:"- a::, .. . .... . .. ; a.sastsand, 3 ft. wide, fitted with cupboard, m:.le :c ci, .; . .... ... . i .F. Full-size Bedstead to ma.tch Wire Mat IRxss and i.-1n .. -* ce i 0oa5 , 1 I N GHESTER WONDF E ALL GOODS MUST BE CLEARED REGARDLESS OF COST I IEAVY L'.B. -HIEETING, 54 in. SPECIAL LINE H.C. QUIlTS, 10 x 4. UL'ual price, 2L3 per yard. TO BE Usual price, 1i/9. SALE PRICE, GCL Al?~ AT /9 YARD 10/9 SHEAVY WHITE OA.MAN SHEETING, WHITE LONIGCLOTH, 36 in., 12/G E 0 in. Usual price, 4/11 yard. TO dozen. SALE PRICE, 10/6 Dozen BE CLEARED AT 3/11 YARD/ Y3/A1RD JAGEL FLANNELS, all wool, inex i WHITE LINEN TABLE DAMASK, pensive, durable, and unshrinkable, 5 72 in.- 2S in., Natural, Wh...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Changing Jobs [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923

Changing Jobs ;" : The great public scheols ot Eori ndg-a and Australia are at present working on a systen by which an Australlarl and an Englishman change positions for a year. Although the number of changes has bene sniall to date there: is no de *y'n,. thec absclute't advanr Lag'es to b: obtaine'l by this method. Te'aching is To longe'r th'_ lost soul's refuge--it is both a scierice and a po-. fession, and its claim for better status is. urgent. Practical :int'rechange ..oft educationai thought and. systms is' ia vital matter, and it is to \be hopecd that rmi r.'; y,-arly visits .will }e -ncoura.ged. '

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SPEAKING CONFIDENTIALLY When It Is Bad Form [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923

SPEAKINi CONFIDENTIALLY When It Is Bad Form It's always bad form ~o speak con fidentially to chance or new acquain tances. To add to your remarks, "I wouldn't like this to go any farther," or "This is of course cluite sub rosa," or "I am not using any names, though you doubtless know to whom I refer." usually indicates that you are speaking of matters that it w'ould be wiser nor to mention, or that you are trying to iroduc'e the impression of speaking con tidentially, though as a matter of fact what you are telling is a matter of gene ral knowledge. There is often a temptation to speak confidentially. and to tell things that you would not like to travel far. Every one, or nearly everyone. likes to hold the attention of those to whom he is talking. Hie likes to attract real interest, and if he can just tell somethingi that is in the nature of a secret hi is sure to gain general attention. IHe is led on by his own desire to be listened to. and some times he says more than he ought to ...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CHANGING COIFFURES Evening Hat May Return [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923

CHANiINi COIFFURES Evening Hat May Return One h'as but to glance over the beau! monde gathered at the smart dinnerI party or elsewhiere to see how definite have been the changes in the evening mode. No more unadorned curls, dark/ or fair, nor sleek partings in demureI coiffures are visible. The coiffure of jewels, feathers, or' lame is in the ascendant. Some head-K dresses leave the top of the head un-' covered, but as a rule band it widely with jet and cut steel. Sometimes the !head is quite covered and there is a whisper of the definite return of the evening hat, which, it may be said in passing, has been seen on the heads of several smart women. Certainly the coiffure gives enormous opportunity for the play of the milli ner's imagination. Exotic flowers, which never grew on bush or tree, clus ter in original arrangements to com plement the robe de style. Lame is wrapped, turbhin-likec, in dazzling folds. sometimes in three mingled tones. Rib bons in bows and ribbons in choux perc...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GOOD ADVICE How To Eat, Sleep, Work [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923

GOOD ADVICE How To Eat, Sleep, Work "Sleep sound, cat light, and work hard," said a well-known woman, "and you'll be in a condition to manage what money you have and make plenty more." The trouble with all advice to ent light and Work hard is that the very persons who already eat light and work hard are apt to be the ones who heed it, while those who never have eaten light and who don't work hard pass by the good advice unheeded. Few women eat too much who limit themselves to three meals a day and do not eat anything between meals. It is a good plan, when you have after noon or after-dinner refreshments, to lighten your luncheon or dinner in| proportion. It is difficult for any woman to tell whether she works hard enough or too hard. Here is a good rule, however. Never work when you feel excessive fatigue, if you can possibly avoid. doing so. And never remain idle wheni you fee! fit and refreshed. If you have no work to do take a walk ori play tennis or indulge in some other outdoor...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CONCERNING LINGERIE Models of Simplicity and Beauty [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923

CONCERNING LINGERIE Models of Simplicity and Beauty Never was lingeries simpler. On the other hand never was it dainticr. .odern woman, however workman like and practical she may be on the surface, clad in tweeds or overalls, according to whether her fancy takes her to the golf links or for a spin on her motor bicycle, never fails in femi nine daintiness when it is a question of underclothing. Pine batiste and lawn are much in favor. Tarantulle is a material that repays a hundredfold, by its excellent washing and wearing qualites. any amount of dainty work. Swiss embroidery will be found an ideal trimming. So fine that it sug gests lace, it has all the wearing quali ties of embroidery. It is obtainable at all leading drapers in the form of edgihfigs, insertions, and flounces, and shown to advantage on linen, lawn, or nainsook. Crepe de chine, georgette. and voile still flourish, but the finest washing satin is much used. In lingerie, pastel shades are mostly seen, cr in the frailer ...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Social Notes [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923

Social Notes Mrs. Alfred A. Searfe has issued in vitations to bridge at the Grand Cen tral on Monday afternoon, August 13.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
St. Peter's College Mission [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923

St. Peter's College Mission it's a far cry to Saturday, October 13, but that's, a date you must enter in your diary. There will be a fete at St. Peter's College to augment the funds of the College -{ission. The late Arch deacon Hornabrook worked untiringly for the mission, and his labors are be ing continued. T''he executive committee comprises Mrs. Francis J. Fisher, MIrs. O. H. chmhmburgk, Mrs. C. T. J. Olover, Mrs. J. S. Proctor, Mrs. HI. C. Cave, Mrs. Edgar Hughes, with Mirs. i. Scott Young as hon. secretary, -and Mliss Gladyg sKernaghan as hon. treasurer.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
St. Augustine's Dance [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923

St. St. Augustine's Dance A dance in aid of the building fund of St. Augustine's new church will be hold in the LUnley City I-Hail Thursiay nlight. The committee consists of Mrs. S. &Snith (convener), 3Mrs. John Young, Mrs. Evans, Mrs. T. Hoyle, Miss Wil berth, Miss Smily, Miss Jacobs. and Miss Humphris. A limited number of tickets may be obtained at 22 Commer cial road, IHyde Park, or by ringing Un iey 1396.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Young Matrons' Dance [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923

Young Matrons' Dance A dance will take place at the Palais !oyal tonight. The following young miat rons will be the hostesses:-Mesdames Harry Aldridge, earn Barrit,- A. S. Bar ritt. Frank Beare. Lavington Bonython, P. Brownnll, Charles Drew, Keith Doug las, Noel Fisher. Laurie, Gliddon. R. F. Harry, Jack Howaird, W. -lamiltonl, aclik Kay, Ernest Luxmoore, Budge irsh?all. Bill Hiope Murray, Harold Pischbieth, Albyn Rankine, Lindsay Sandford,- Kenneth Sawers, Sid Hill Smith, and R. K. Wood.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CONCERT AT WALKERVILLE [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923

CONCERT AT WALKERVILLE A concert was held in WValkerville Hall last night to augment the St. An drew's Parish Hall building fund. The programme Included items by Moesrs. Jack Fewster and Tom King. Miss An-j dersun. Miss ,Morna Dobbie, Miss Patty Connolly, the jazz trio (Miss Magagaret Cheadle and Messrs. J. Fewster and O. Zeigler), Marjorie Clayton, .Mr. Austen Gard, and Miss Thelma Baulderstone.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Lyceum Club Entertains [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923

Lyceum Club Entertains The executive and sub-committeces of the Lyceum Club entertained at dinner last night at the Queen Ade!aide C'ue Darne A~delaile Anderson, M.A., and Msls.? Glad"s Pott. O.B.E. The oval table in the dining room was decorated with Iceland poppies, and to each of the guests was presented aL posy of sweet peas and violets. The president of the Lyceum (Dr. ,!-.!en iMayo) was supported by Miss Kathleen Cuasen, Miss Harriet Stirling, biiss Mary Kitson, ss Marg;aret .IDarIn Iey Naylcr, JMrs. rooier, Mirs. John Bow man. Miss Carrie Clayton, LMiss Violet de Mole, Miss Maude Puddy. Miss F. Saunders, and Miss Anna Menz. After the dinner a reception was held in the drawing room upstairs. In addi tion to those mentioned, there were pre sent Dr. Violet Plummer. Mr'. Frink Goode, Mrs. Hampden. Carr, Miss Mary Tomkinson, Mrs. K. FT. TVeston. Miss Mabel Marryat, M.iss Phebe Watson, Miss Dorothy Somerville, Miss Aileen JnTleby, Miss W'alker, Miss WTalter, and Miss Vinifrid Berry...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE BUTTER FIRM Eggs Easier [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923

FARM ANDO DAIRY PRODUCE BUTTER FIRM ---9c- Eggs Easier RtI'%R.- The market maintaizis a firm ton4. Although there is a surplus on spot most of this is being readily absorbed by Western Australia. Production in Victoria is increas ing. but both in that State and in New South Wales it i, still below re quirements, while Queensland has little or no fresh butter available for export. (onsiderable quantities of New Zealand butter are being imported into the eastern States. The diitributing ptice for choicest quality butter is I/9%d. prints *d. a lb. extra; best separators andti dairy 1/7 to 1/; second grade bulk, 1,/4 I to 1/5;: stores, 1/2 to 1/S5. EGGS.-Consequent upon an increase in o8flerings, the market has declined by 2d. a dozen. Fresh hen (by rail and steamcr) are quoted at 1/4: selected, i/i to 1/t;; duck, 1/5; Adelaide Infertile Egg Association ("Rcd i Comb" brand), 1/S. Ul1iEFI;E.~Supplics of rcheese are relativelvi scarce in all the dairying States. an dthet recent cold and w...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PORT RIVER BRIDGE Harbors Board Considering [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923

PORT RIVER BRIDGiE Harbors Board Considerino "The. Government has considered re-I que-is for a bridge to cope with traffic from McLaren Wharf to Birkenhead, and the proposal has been referred to the Hai-bcrs: Bo:ard," was the informa tion .given to Mr. Price in the Assembly today. ,

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Grain and Produce [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923

Grain and Produce WHEAT.-The London market for wheat is somewhat irregular. Private adviceS re ceived by one kouse this morning stated that rhe position ,as quiet, with buyers absent. Another cable repoited that the market was a little steadier, due, no doubt, to an ad vance of Ad. a euentaI in Chicago options. A cargo by the s.s. Annam wAs~ offering at 45/;i a quarter. Trade on spot here is very dull. and buying rates have declined. Shipping merchants' buying prices of farmers' lot.i are now based upon 4/4 to .:4'.4 a bushel on trucks main shipping ports. FILOUR.-The South Australian Millowner.' As-ociation price for flour for bakers' lots it £11 5/ for 2.000 lb.. delivered city or suburbs. BRAN AND POLLARD.-The associatin0a price for both products is .8 1/6 for 2,tId0 lb., in trucks Mile-End. Smaller quantltlieA are quoted at 1/9½ a blshsld inet, delivered city or suburbs. BARLEY.-The market is quiet. Buying bushol on trucks Port Adelaide. A little prices for farmlets' l1ts of pri...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
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