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New Companies Registered [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923
New Cor ganies Registered New companle~ recently registered ini South, Australla include the followirig: Holland. Pearce & Company, Limited, capi tal £25,~000, and 250 shares of £100 each, db jects:-To carry on business at 1adina and elsewhere as agents, repairers, storets, and warebousers of motor cars, cycleS,- add trac tore, land and estate agents, geueral mer chants and commission agents; and tO carry into effect an , direement between Adelaide Motors, Limited, and J. D. Woods, of Ka dina: shareholders--Datid Newman IMartin, Kadina, grazier; John Haskett, Kadina, gra zier Uriah William Holland, Kadina, ac tioneer; Wiliiam Henry Donaldson, Kaditina, farmer; and James Dominic Woods, IKadina, accountant. King of Creation Gold Mines. No Liabolity; capital, .£50,000 in 100,000 shares of 10/ each. Objects:--To acquire an option to piurchase gold mining leases knowni as "The King of Creation" and "The Queen of Creation" respectively, e.ch con taining 24 acres' or thereabouts, a...
MORWELL TESTS Government Awaiting Result [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923
MORWELL TESTS fiovernment Awaiting. Result In reply to Mr. Harvey in the As sembly this.afternoon, the Premier said the Government was waiting to see how Victdrian tests of Morwell coal resulted before taking steps with regard to brown coal. The Government had called for a report. IHe was not aware of brown coal of a lower calorific value being worked successfully in ,another. State.
Bagot, Shakes & Lewis, Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923
Bagot, Shakes & Lewis, Ltd. Nct profits of Bagot, Shakes, & Lewis, Lfruited. for the year rided Match were £4.,400. Owing to a typographical error the profits were stated in the article by Alexan rr Jebson last evening to be £4,400. The text of the article indicates that the lattj@ figure was obviously incorrect.
S.A. Co-Operative Brick Co., Ltd [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923
S.A. Co-Operative Brick Co., Ltd Accounts of the South Australian Co-ope rauvo Brick C'eopany, Limited, for the year ended Jun,. 0 ~show tht. the company had a successful ternim. the net profit being £4.223. The dividend is at the rate of Si per share for the year. A sum of £1,000 is reserved for taxation and depreciation. The direc tors -in their rport to the annual meeting ,f shareholdcr.s yesterday stated that the output for the last 12 monthZs had practically doubled itself, and everything promised well for a nontinuaace of success. At present the building trade was flourinshing, and it was quite impcssible to keep pace with all the orders that were received. Wat weather had hampered operations considerably, but this must be expected during winter months. The board considered that the company was in possession ,f complete modern premises, and the busines was now on a basis of efliciency, so t!oat they were in a position to carry on satisfactorily without a hitch. In order to adv...
The Egg Market [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923
The Egg Market It is just as i-ell that poultry farmers arhould know the exact position In the sgg markets of the ommonwealth. LastL year about 1,300,000 dozen eggs were exporteO from Australia, '.ud unless a large portion. oi the surplus production is shipped over seas this season,-and at the moment thi, appears to be rhther doubtful-prices are? likely to be lower than they have been ior many years. itecent cold and wet weather in South Australia has checked a rapid increase in sUllPlies, while the high prcei of .meat is causing a steady demand for eggs. As soot as the weather improvesi production will expand somewhat quickly. and farmers may have to face a further anI slharp fall in values. This situation is due to several causes. Last year the pool organlsed by the Coastal Farmers Society of New South Wales shipped enormous quan tities of eggs to Lonuon, and suffered a loss of £24,000. Still it must be remem bered that the pool there was able to main tainr. local prices, and an a...
Queensland Trustees, Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923
Queensland Trustees, Ltd. tlitinrig last year Queensland Txustees,' Limrited, earned net pirofits of £9.1~' against £7,775 for the preceding 12 mouths. The dividend is 8 per-cent.. and a bonus of 2 per cent. is also declared. After granting a bonus at the fate of 5 per cent. oil silaries to the staff, adding £1,050 to the reserve fund, £1,g00 to the suspense account, and transferring £541 to the olcers' provident fund, the directors carry forward £937. The trust, executor, and agencq business is given at £6,09G,956, ns against £5.679,33. in 1922. Paid-up capital is £50,500, and :.rdry cre ditors amount to £2,500. Asscts are £74,30~6. of: which £2o,o100 represents Govetnment securities, and £35,700 freehold properties and snafe deposit.
ON 'CHANGE TRADING DULL [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923
ON 'CHAGNfE TRADING DULL -4--- Trading was dull on 'change this morning. Commonwealth Loans had only light busi ness reported, and slight firming took place in some sections. Investments were slow. Adelaide Electric Light Rights eased to 5/10, and Adelaide Ce nent (ord.) on the payment of a dividend declined to 30/. Copper shares were dull. A buyer of Wal laroo offered 25/6 and a seller of Mount Lyell declar.d at 24/9. Barrier were weaker in some stocks. Norths declined to 56/, and Souths eased to 43/. Brokens were unchanged. Gold mining shares were not so active. Mutooroo on light turnover cased to 5/ iand 5/2. Brown's Reward weakened to 1/V6% on moderate exchange. Empire Extended on the announcement of a call were sold at 1½d. South Kalgurli strengthened slightly to Wi'11. GOVERNMENT STOCKS. COMMONWEALTH LOANS. 1½/ Per Cent., 1925- 3. £97 10/, Sales £97 12/6, £97 7/6. V1 Per Cent., 1927-B. £97 10/, S. £97 16/, Sales £97 10/. 5 Per Cent., 1927-B. £97 12/6, S. £97 12/X. 5 Per Cent.,...
DIVORCE REPORTS Publication Of Evidence BRITISH PRESTIGE INJURED LONDON, July 30. [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923
DIYORCE REPORTS Publication Of Evidence BRITISH PRESTIGE INJUREI (REUTER'S.). L~ONDON. July 30. On the Matrimonial Causes Regulation Reports Bill the Select Committee has issued a special rEport. The title of the measure has been changed to Judicial Proceedings Regulation Re ports Bill. While the Committee regretfully fc cepts the evidence that owing to com petition the press cannot agree among themselves to eliminate the objectionable details of divorce cases (says the re-i port), they think legisla.tion is needed. The Russell case afforded proof that the existing la.w was iusufficjent. In jury had been done to the British repu tation in India and the lasft by the reproductiou in the vernacular press of reports of:divorce cases in Great Britain as typical of British life. In the opinion of the committee a remedy would be found in the Propos'ls tfBill with anmeidments based- on the principle , of allowing tihe maximurrm ipublication consistent with the- ade-1 qulate sa.fcg.uaxding o...
STEAMER HELD UP Timber Handling Trouble DISPUTE BETWEEN UNIONS [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923
·:f g·E 11t1) O . r?,er Handling Trouble' BifRUTE BETWEEN UNIONS "he stearmer Canadian Winner yester p:. be.ganz discharging her c€rgo of crrgoni at the T-liead, Port Adelaide, buot at 3.20 all the ,.lumpers stopped work and came ashore. The steamer -a?rs ttlfr idle this morning. The practice in bhandling this cargo ,a" ' been for' the limpers, members of • Wor-king Men's Assoetiation, to land oin to biddies at ship's side, anid thert . stacked ,byimembers of the Timber -i. '"?-': Union, i who are employed .by -.-?-':her yards. S; ;?.. case of 'the Canadian Winner S-'.0:cnv the hlumpers, directed by. Mr. : '?'l::.-.- : :rd acting vigila'nce officer' r' i ,`s' "-detrn, claimend' that ~membersi :: ,ni??n 'should be employed in ,t;.t:;i?:'? . orep m, and refused to con .:? ,.:,in.: unless the Stackers' '.- ?? ~. re?p!aced by lumpers. : '?.?.,-;'?p ;!,- r.esolved itself into a dis n-,:.r-a 'the two unions, and ~~~-ht ,,l~ ~:.:1 inclined to give way. ·-. i ".?r?,;o will be held between r...
TO-DAY'S PRICES EGGS 2d. dozen CHEAPER. [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923
TO-DAY'S PRICES EGGS 2d. dozen CHEAPER. The Retail Grocers' Associaten of South Australia this morning announced the following selling prices for produce: EGGS---Farm, 18 ; tested No. 1, I [ 1/10; new laid guaranteed 2/2 a dozen BUTTER--Best factory, 2/1 to 2[2; best separator, 2[ BA CON--Best rashers, I [19 lb. HAMS--Best, 2[- lb. CHEESE -- Matured, I [8 lb.; semi-matured, I/6 lb.
MURRAY PORT Expert's Report Condemned UMPIRE CALLED IN [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923
MURRA PORT Expert's Report Condemned -4-9-- IUMPIRE CALLED IN 'TwojP exp crt have. reported onthe qbcetiqn nf. ) Murray port. A third is nw ait', w .'rk. AsTCked 'y M r.', 14Heggaton if' the GoverniC.n~ i hra entirely set aside the rTportn), .-, ;rcmmendations of Col. J•ohn >n3.\ .Si r IH. iry. Barwell said the fh-i-. 'w r.i nor:s !Tffered. and the Har lxr, I4oa'-.' ':lId crndrmned the colonel's ' ,,"i1.''.1'. ,h ~ ov-rnment.had appointed r . , -.: .,, ".;, submit a further *A , ',' . "' . ha4d to .call in an n~pi~ .,.c ,: i;,,; bettwen'the other two. Ir[nr .i:, .-'.: Putler the Premier FId": -. ;,, -'node' ,was' not, appointed on! ' y :- i-. ::ndation of the Harbors v_' !.
South-Eastern Drainage Urged Industrial Progress Instead Of War MR. COWAN ON ADDRESS-IN-REPLY [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923
h-Eastern Drainage Urged Industrial Progress Instead Of War iMR,. OAN OW N OADDRESS-IN-REPLY * In'thle 'Legislative :Council this after nioon -Mr: Cowan, moving the adoption )f 'tlhe. debate on- the: address-in-reply, egngratulated Sir -Johni Bice upon his kn;ighthood. It' was .gratifying that at tbe'.Premitis': Conference an agreement had been reached to raise funds for im migration: pirposes, for, co-ordination' in bdrrowing. between, the States and the Comcnmonwealth, and ,for the provision of.asinking fund with respect to future loans. The -greatest need - of Australia was the?e strictet economy in government. They wanted .increased population, in dustrial peaco,.aid -the full utilisation of our natural.resources. Australia must continteto be a country of primary pro duction. They were fortunate in this State in having a Government comprised of men who came from the country with a full knowledge of its requirements. It wits their desire to legislate for allsec tions of the cprnm...
GREAT NORTHERN LINE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN CONTROL Year's Notice For Alteration [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923
GREAT NORTHERN UE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN CONTROL 'Year's Notice For Alteration The South Australian Government has had no not.ice from the Commonwealth Government that it intends to take over the Port Augusta to Oodnadatta rail way, 'said Sir Henry Barwell 'in the As sembly this afternoon in reply to Mr. Hairvey as to whether the Government would support- or resist such a propo sa!. Sir Henry mentioned that the line was controlled by the South, Australian Go vernmeint under agreement with the Commonwealth Government. This agreement' could not be altered except by: twelve months' notice.
[?] GRANT FOR ROADS Modifying The Conditions [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923
'' ANT FOR ROADS ar. -. 4*vfi-ag Tnie Coenditions . "Arranrgements are, being made with! the':Federal Government for the modi-t firAtion of the conditions concerning the Federa0l road grant of £57,000, and! It .is expected that they will soon be! concluded," .'said Mr. Jenkins in reply! toa Mr.. Butler in the Assembly thisj afternoon. Mr.. Butler a,?ked.under whose super vlsic the work would be performed' He ,.as told that that.would be known shortly. . .
W.A. GOLDFIELDS CARNIVAL [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923
WA;: GOLDFIELUS CARNIVAL -, Weights for the :principal events to:be -run at the VWestern ..ustraliaa Goldfields Carnival have been igsued, and several ex-South. Aus tralian performers appear in the lists. In thic Newmarket Handicap "(six furlongs) Bononi:i,-S 10.-Woolsack. 8 2, and Godesia, 12, and Vlorthymnu, tG 10, are down to, run. Woolsack, 7 0, and; Chagreen,'7 0. fgure. in the Boulder Cup: (one and a quarter' miles), while Xoolsack. 7 1'3, and Godesia, 6.13, are among those handicapped for Hannan's Han dicap (one mile). In the Kalgoorlie Cup (oane and a half miles)_. Chagreen and The, Toff have been allotted ? nd .a8d 7 respectiydeI..
STOLEN SHEEP Callaghan and Francis Convicted WARNEST ACQUITTED [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923
STOLEN SHEEP Callaghan and Francis Convicted WARNEST ACQUITTED John Callaghan (35) and Joseph :Francis (46) were found guilty at the Criminal. Court. today of having stolen the carcase of a ewe belonging to Henr3y Ragless: The jury added a strong recommendation to mercy, and brought in a verdict of not guilty in favor of Theodore Warnest (30), who was similarly charged. Warnest was discharged and Mr. Jus tice Poole deferred sentence in respect of Callaghan and Francis. anm-m. ? m - ' ? nm m