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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923
|That Beair a Heavy Burden of Quality .' " L . WE RAVE JUSr RECE~TED) A NEW ..S.IPst1I'rT OF - CONEY SEAL COATS, LINED S with good quality floral lining, full and three quarter lengths .......... 72/n SPECALkL LhNE OF BLUE .ERGE FROCKS, griginally sold at 45/, but to effect a quick . Sale we are now offering at .... 19/6 / OUR SPEOILAL LINE OF CASTIMIEREE "S2.9...... .."............/9 ar LADIES' FLEEGE-IANED TLOOMERS, SPEHI - .. .. . ...... 2/6 Pair LADIES' FIX)E.LTOTLED V3IS, SPE G4L V.?UE .... .... .. .. 27T· LADIP' .rPOOKIN"TIPE BIOM~03ERS, to Clear..................1 /9 Pair. .- ARGES?ZED TOWEIS. This is Real V .. .. .. .. .. .. .... 1 /4 "h. EXIwtA LAIME TOWFJlA, thick and tit8ty ................ Each. Hardware and Crockery ?Dept. -ALUXMNUM STWa, PANS, Sets of . " Di°ond ?r?' nd, pecial Value,19/6 Bargain Prices in Plates. 10-In. WHITE' ? SOUP VIAT?S , Special Purchase of _4/7 alf-d.ozen. S he o lO-ln. WHITE DINNER P.Am,.- Sheeting. '/ b oe. 8-"n. iA~G .... Y2/1 rd. 9-in. wITIT...
GIRL GUIDES Lady Bridges Visits Caltowie [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923
La 1y L GUIDES Lady Bridges Visits Galtowie Girls resident at Caltowie expressed a wish to become Girl Guides. The Boy Scouts movement is flourishing in the district, and the girls felt that they wanted to do something similar. Their wish wais communicated to Lady Bridges (State Chief Commissioner), and on Monday she went to Caltowie, ac companied by Miss Margaret Judge and Capt. Hamnbldon, A.D.C. In the afternoon Lady Bridges enrolled 12 Guides aud two Brownies, Miss Both being appointed captain. A public meeting was held in the even ing, and enthusiasm was displayed. Lady Bridges said she was a great supporter of the movement. Before she left England Sir Robert and Lady Ba den Powell lunched with her, and she was so much struck by the enthusiasm of the latter regarding Girl Guides that she was inspired to do all she could to further the cause in Australia. TVonderful progress had been made in this State during the last few years. -dvantage of guiding should not be confined to thos...
London Share Market (PUBLISHER IN "THE TIMES.") LONDON, July 30. [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923
London Share Market (P'UBLISHER IN "THE TIMES.") LONDON, July 30. nSales reported today include the following: -Associated, 10/10; 11/3; Boulder, 2/11; Lake View, 2/6; Broken Hill Prop., 25/, 25/6; Bro ken Hill South, 43/9, 42/1; North, 53/9; Sul phide Corporation, 17/3, 13/1; Zinc Corpora ion, 10/, 10/4.
STATE'S YOUNGEST TRAINER [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923
STATE'S YOUNfGEST TRAINER Keily 22 on Sundayl J5. H. Keily, the traaner of :Abbeville, which won the sprint race at Morphett ville Saturday, will be 22 years old on Sunday. He is the youngest trainer in this Statc-. A couple of years ago Keily was a pnrominent .horseman, but increasing weight necessitated retirement fromn the saddle,. His father, the well-known owner trainer, T. Keily, was loth to allow his son to become a jockey, but the lad displayed much aptitude for riding, and when 14-. was allowed to have? his first ride in a race. That was on Depein dence in a race ait Victoria Park,. and, curious to say,- Keily had his first wiri ning ride on that horse, During his career.. Kei!y won many of the important events -in 'this State, including the Christmas Handicap on K;ingbier and the Fulham Park Plate on, Helen Vane. As a trainer, Keily opened his win ning account at Gawler by winning a race- with 'Pich Gift on the openmg day. of the current season. Since then that horse has w...
On The Tracks VICTORIA PARK. [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923
On The Tracks VICTORZL. PARK., The grass about' a~2 ds :'from-' the inner rails was in use this. morning, but the track was n_ a theavy state. WOOD LIL galloped 1 &lt;' miles,' in even time. VER AK (Bissett) and ARATOJI (Stephens) traversed five\ furlongs: in 1.8. LORD STANTO1N' did well to cover 1½. miles in 52 sees. JIM'CLEARY was too good for OLD MAID at the end 'of seven,furlongs' in 1.40. - LADY SIMON .(Reynolds)hwas'in frolt of SO LONG (Johns), ECNAL, arid .:ROSE ANTON (Wright) over half a mile.:in 53. TOPHfOLE sptirted three furlongs in .:4. STRZELECKI KLNG "and VESPER . .SONG kept company over half' amile in:53 . LEONI showed up well over one mile in 1.5&W=. MAIR GOON spurted half a nile. in 52, . -The jumper 'rALLOW was not doing his best over a mile in 2.3. ALARM RING ran half a mile in 54 and . five furlongs in 1.8 STORMY DAY (Webb) covered two furlongs in . lifter slow pacing. ARISE was 'too, good for !SIR dET'TUS over one mile in 2.655. BLUE COY?E and FR...
YOUNG FOOTBALLERS Schoolboy Team Returns HAPPY TRIP IN OTHER STATES [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923
YOUNG FOOTBALLERS Schoolboy Team Returns* HAPPY TRIP IN OTHER STATES Looking fit' and well, Suth Aus tralia's :interstat6- schoolboy footballers returhed from Melbou'rne'ttday. on the second , division .of the express. Although beaten for .the' championship they were .not downhearted,, and when welcomed by solicitous enquiries de clared the trip had been "great." There was a,big crowd of friends ahd relatives to greet them. Mr. Frank Marlow '(secretarY: of' ithe * Football League) welcomed them on behalf of that body.' The .result of the contests -in' which the ,schoolboy footballers .took- ,part was: Victoria (won) .... . ,; ' 4 South Australia .. .. .. .. ... 3 Queensland '.. .. ..... New South Wales .. .. ..0.. 0
BOWLS Indoor Tournament [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923
Iil ?.7 .o . . c.. ~. . . . . . . . . . . Indo6r* .Tournamuent The Ancient Order of Foresters has inau gurated an Indoor' Bowls Tournament, con sisting of 11.courts, and the district.bfflcers have presented a shield for comDetitton. The first section of the tournamnti'has been completed, and the positions are as fol low:- .". Games Pos. Team.. . Won. I st. l.-Concord .. . .. ...... . 9 1 2.-Huntsman's Pride ..,. a'.. ... 8 ". 3.&-Friendship .. .. ..,.. .. .. ..7 3 4.-Australia's Pride .. .... ..,:6 ' : 4 5.-Homely Retreat-.......... 5 5 6.-Happy Home .. .. .....5 5 7.-Adelaide .... ........... 5 5 8.--Forester's Retreat ....... .. 4" 6 9.-Hyde Park .. ...... .. ." 3 . 7 10.-Perseverance .... . .. 11.-Forester's Call ........ .. 1 -
EXCHANGE RATES Mark at 5,550,000 to £1 Dollar Rate Declines [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923
EXCHANGE RATES Mark at 5,550,000 to £1 -.-6-- * , Dollar Rate Declines Actual rates of exchange on London on July 30 compare with those of July 2t as follows: Nuw York; parity, 4.807 dollars to £1; July 30, 4.57%; July 26. 4.55%. Montreal; parity, 4.8M4 dollars to £1; July 30, 4.CS%; July 26, 4.71%. Paris; parity, 25.22½ francs to £1; July 80, 77.95; July 26, 7W7.5. Brussels; parity, 25.22% france to £1; July 30, 95.05; July 26, 94.15. lerlin; parity, 20.43 marks to £1; July 30, 5,550,000; July 26, 3,350,000. Rome: parity, 25.22½, lire to £1; July 20, 10G.37; July 26, 104.2. materdam; parity, 12.10 florins to £1; July 30, 11,650; July 26, 11.70%. Athens; parity, 25.229% drachs to £1; July 3), 235; July 26, 210. Stockholm: parity, 18.159 kronen to-£1; July .u, 17.20; July 2G, 17.26. Copenhagen; parity, 18.159 kronen to £1; July 30, 25.67; July 26' 25.87. 'Pokio; parity, pence to yen; July 30, 25.916; July 26, 25%. Bank Rates and Allowances Rates and allowances quoted by the Asso ciat...
FALSE PRETENCES Three Months Hard Labor [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923
FALSE PRETENCES Three Months Hard Labor In sentencing Thomas R. Davies, a young man to three months imprison ment with h:jrd labor, on a charge of having by false I)retences secured £35 from J. C. Luhbers, financier, of Pir;e street, Adelaide. Mr. E. MI. Sabine, P.M., in the Adelaide Police Court this after noon said the only circumstance in the accused's favor was that at the time he entered into this negotiation he was in financial difficulties and did not know which way to turn. "You induced your wife," said the MIagistrate to Davies "to arrange about this loan. You took a furhished house belonging to Mrs. Coward, and while there arranged with the agents to lend you money on goods which were not your own. On your false representa tions they lent you £35. You also executed a bill of sale, in which you stated you were legally possessed of the goods." Mr. R. Frisby Smith appeared for the prosecution, and Mr. A. Rochfin for the accused.
BARE FISTS Bitter Laborites FIGHT AT PARLIAMENT HOUSE SYDNEY, Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923
BARE FISTS Bitter Laborites FIGHT AT PARLIAMENT HOUSE SYDNEY, Today.'! There was a bare-fisted fight at today's meeting of the Parliamentary Labor Party at Parliament House. Members went there to elect a leader. This they did in Jir. Lang, and a deputy-leader in Mir. Loughlin. Incilentally the election was celebrated by a box-on between two Parliamenta rians. Shortly after the election words passed between 3Mr. Molesworth and Mr. Burke. In no itme they came to blows. The Chairman called for order, but the fight went on. The fighters covered practically the whole of the room, with each combatant striving for the knock-out. Mr. Moles w?drth drew blood from his opponent. The meeting then was evidently satis fied and the fighters were held apart.
BUSINESS MAN'S DIARY Henry Berry & Co. [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923
SBUSINESSI MAN'S DIARY Henry Berry & Co. A dividend at the rate of 7 per cent. per annum for the :half-yearo has been declared by Henry J.crry & Co. (Australasia), Limited, on cumulative prefei-ence shares, and is pa. able on August 17. The share register will close at 3 p.m. on .August 10, and will re open on August 17.
WHEAT POOLS Waiting On Appeal FINALISATION IMPOSSIBLE YET [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923
WHEAT POOLS Waiting On Appeal FINALISATION IMPOSSIBLE YET Winding up of the Whe. ' "gil cannot be accomplished until tl .:ding ac tion against the Goverunn..it is con cluded, ~as the reply of Sir Henry Bar well (Premier) to Mr. McIntosh in the A4ssembly this afternoon, when asked when the 1916-17 Wheat Pool would be ,'.'imd up. If the action pending is successful," snaid ir !H1nry, "it is probable that m *re wil' be instituted. and under the :ir cu:stan:iccs it is impossibIe that it cani 'ihe WOtI'i n l t ." Mr. Antlhoney--If judgment is give u s't it-ini the- adtiot pendini.'. will tie Gov'rnrtm,'n! stand uip to its ob?igatfons 1n1d not. S'ee? firther litigation? 'T'h Premier said 'the action was brouth n.st against he Government. ,; !'.?ier,--A onlny the. 1916 pool iE concerne, in' the action, will the 'the?s .e tini?'ised as sion as the documents arn rive from London? The Premier-Yes
NEW PICTURE COMING Life At Hollywood [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923
NEW PICTURE COMING Life At Hollywood The attraction next week at the Grand Theatre will be 'Night Life in Holly wood," said to be one of the most un usual productions ever filmed. It was made because Hollywood, during thiv last few months, has become the most talked-of city in the world. Newspapers and magazines have devoted pIages to accounts of Hollywood and the lift oil the pictur?e-players. The cast includes such we:l-known favorites as J. Frank Glendon, Jose phine Hill, and Gale Henry, while the picture introduces intimate scenes in the life of Wallace Reid and his family, Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Washburn, Sesue iHayakaway and his charming wife' Tsuru Aoki, Theodore Roberts, J. War-i ren Kerrigan, William Desmond, Bessie Love, Dorothy Dalton, and many others.
EYRE PENINSULA TRAFFIC Through Goods Rate Wanted [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923
EYRE PENINSULA TRAFFIC Through Goods Rate Wanted "It has not been possible to come to any arrangement with regard to the promise to facilitate a method of the through rates of the goods between Port Adelaide and Dyr-e Penihsula," said the Premier in reply to Mr. Moseley in the Assembly this afternoon. HIh added that the matter was being considered by the Chief Railways Cornm missioner. Mr. Reidy-They will have to put on some State boats.
LABOR FOR SAMOA Chinese To Be Imported WELLINGTON, Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923
LABOR FOR SAMOA Chinese To Be Imported WELLINGTOIN, Today. Mr. E. P..Lee, Minister for Justice, in the House of Kcepresentatives last night, stated that it was intended to re place the indenture labor system in Samoa by the importation of Chinese. The Chinese will be repatriated periodically, and will be free to select their employers. They are to receive 3/ a day, out of which they will pur chase food.
MURDER CHARGE Schwarz Pleads Not Guilty "HELP! COME QUICKLY!" [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923
URDEWR CH E Schwarz Pleads Not Guilty "HELP! COME QUICKLY!" WVith composed demeanor and looking steadfastly ahead, M~ax Robert Schwarx replied firmly "Not guilty" as. the charge that he had on June 2 at Freeling mur dered Bernhard Westhoff was read to him in the Criminal Court today. Mr. Hannan, who prosecuted, ~first de fined murder and manslaughter to the jury, only one of whom was challenged. He said that the evidence would attempt to show that Schwarz struck the de ceased with a digging fork and drove it through a foot, near the ankle. The mnan who was injured subsequently lied. I Mrs. fluld Emelia ,Marie Kiaffer, boardinghouse keeper, of Freeling, said she knew deceased, who used to have his meals at her house. He had a little room about a chain from Mr. Nenke's house. She knew Schwarz, who lived next to doceased's place. On the night of June 2 deceased came to her place for tea. Hie was sober. While he was having tea Schwarz came to the back door and walked into the dining roo...
FAIR RENTS COURT Not To Be Created SIR HENRY EMPHATIC [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923
FAIR RENTS COURT Not To Be Created SIR HENRY EMPHATIC "The Government will not on any ac-i count create a fair rents court. I don't know whether Mr. Edwards' statement is correct, but a court such; as he suggests would make the situa-i tion only worse," was the reply given by Sir Henry Barwell (Premier) in the Assembly this afternoon to Mr.I ,Edward . Mr. Edwards asked whether thce Government would consider the ques-j tion of creating a fair rents c.urt on account of thle high rents being charged by somo landlnrcs. "Some agents have refused to do busi ness for landlords so high have been the rents," Mr. Edwvards declared.