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SAFETY FIRST Adelaide Campaign Concluded STOP AND THINK [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923
SAFETY FIRST SAdelaide Campaign Concluded r .. --~- STOP AND THINK With a.ll their. plang practically com ilete for the inuuguration of a State Widc Safety First campaign, the uom inittee of the Automobile Association will finalise the details at a meeting to he held on Monday. ,Campaigns of a similar character have been conducted in Victoria and New South Wales. As a result the ratio of street uccidents has been re duced. In 'this State the Education )epart meat moved in the matter some time ago, when an illustrated article was printed in the official school magazine. The co-operation of all interested bodies will be sought, and an effort made to educate the public concerning the best way of avoiding accidents. In cbnnection with many mishaps it is considered to be a matter of people rnot stopplng to think. This is the keynote of all the publicity, and it is hoped that Impressing the fact on the publlic generally will do a great deal towards obviating street accidents.
MINING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923
MININO NOTES Cential Australian Exploration Syndle3to notifi?a a callof £1 (flt), haktbg shares paid to £7, payable on WedneSday', .AugUst 3, 192)-. Tong)Zkh .arbor.-Week's output from har bot dredglhi, G tons; Bangtao, 10 tonis..
FISH MARKET Moderate Supply [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923
VI+FliSH MARKET Moderate Supply Only a moderate supply of fish was sold at the Mill street saleroom this morning. Prices were:-Cod, 1/ to 1/3 lb.; schnapper, lOd. to 1/2 lb.; butterfish, 11d. to 1/3 Ib.; whiting, I/ to 1/2 lb.; Snook, 11d. to ]/ lb.; flatheads, l1d. to 1/1 Ib.; garfish, I~/6. to 20i case; tolmmy roughs, 7/6 to 12/6 case: Inullett, 10o/ to 20/ case; barracouta, 9/ to 10/G dozen; and crayfish, £2 7/6 to £2 1I/.a bag..
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923
f OFFER BIG BARGAINS IIN I SILK FABRICS SFor Today's Shoppers I TESE ARE EXTRA SPECIAL AND ARE PRICED LOW FASHIONABLE SILKS FROM 4/1U YARD. 36-In. Lace Jersey Silk, a few goa1 I shades, suitable for Frocks and Jum pers, in Lemon, Royal, Amethyst, Sand Jade. SNEYD'S SPECIAL _ PRICE, 8/1l for 4/nl yd. _I 40-in. H-Iemstitched Jersey Silk for 2 Short Coats, Jumpers, and Frocks, i Sin good evening shades and dark colorings nalso. SNEYD'S SPECIAL ? PRICE, 7/6 yd. Black Duchesse Mousseline, 3,6 in. wide. SNEYD'S .SPECIAL PRICE, 7/6, S/11, and 10/6 yd. 30-in. "Spunella de Vogue,' a British Silk for Skirts, Costumes, and smart Frock.. 'Thcre, is a goeod range f . d:eigon, dark grounds wi:h ,olinrd - stripes. SNEYD'S SPECIAL PRICE, S/G yd. - 35-fn. Shot Paillettes, fashionable co S lorings, and a reliable Silk. SNEYD'S SPECIAL PRICE, 8/11 yd. S36-in. Washing Satin for Evening Wiar and Linings, in Pink, Pale glue, Grey, P'ale Saxe, Dark Saxe, Mole, and Nigger. SNEY'S SPE CIAL PRICE, 8R1! yd. S...
TOOTHACHE ON FILM Watching The Nerve Jump [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923
TOOTHACHE ON FILM Watching The Nerve Jump -4L- An audi~n n"at -" 'str-.i? House, Sthand, recently, was shown on . fi'.flm the thruou?u? ,r. e c .. .y n. The film will form part of the propaganda of the Ivory Cross, an outconme of the war, at the outbreak of which 75 per cent. of the manhood of the country was found to be dentally unfit (says the London "Daily Mail"). In th, film lions. tiVZrrs. elephants. and dogs, all with splendid teeth, are shown eating the food providedrl for them by Nature. The only' animal seen requir ing dental treatment is a pet dog which was fed on slops. Ihe Ivory Cross National Aid Fund has provided for dental treatment in over S0.000O cases.
PRICE OF GAS No Bill To Regulate It [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923
PRICE OF GAS - A , ,1' " - db,- No Bill To Regulate lt -4-- The Government does not intend to intrqduce a.Bill to prescribe standards of illuminating power, purity and pres sure of 'gas; nor .to regulate companies supplylng. gas, nor to fix the price of gas, acdording to .a reply given to M:, Price by the Premier in the Assembly today.
FEDERAL RUSH Three More Weeks BILLS WILL BE SLAUGHTERED MELBOURNE, Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923
FEBDERAL RUSH Three More Weeks BILLS WILL BE SLAUGHTERED M.ELBOUR~NE, -Today. Only, three weeks of the cirrunt Fede ral se'ssion; rdemain, blit the..notice paper contains iufflTle~it -buainess? to .occupy the attenrition, of .Parliamefit for three months. It "is evident, 'therefore, tha? some of the Bills listed will -be jetti soned. .-Mr. Bruce met his Ministers in Cabi net this morning to,Adiscugslmethods by W hiih the businessf r-tParliaamenit migh t be expedited, ' . ' - ; The Leader of the Oppositio~ is' noat stqneiwallng, btt niemnbei~s insist upon exercising thjeir right.- to : critic4ise Mr. Bruce's legislation, and to record their views .on,· the, iubjects to be-,discussed at' the mireirial aid: Economic Coldfer; ences. - SAll-night sittings are :i?ivitable,- but there is a -liiiit' to tbe endurance, of members. The' Go-ernment -has .pre sented Parli.ment 'with :an .almb~ t im possible* task. Mr.. Bruce: means to leave for London on September 1, and he insists also thLat -d...
IN EUROPE Pastoralist Abroad NO AUSTRALIAN NEWS [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923
IN EUROPE SPastoralist Abroad NO AUSTRALIAN NEWS Mr. F. D.. McMaster, a promin.nt N"lp, South Wales pastoralist, and a ikcn ,p. porter of lawn tennis, pased ro.u~h Adelaide yesterd)ay afternoon. A:corn. panied by 'his wife and two chiren, he has been on an eight-months tisk to England and the Continent. Tl l v are returning to Sydney by the Oruic . . Duriig his tiavdls through Iaur e Mr. McMaster found there at S alms ,old pleate absence of Australian eth. n:,iti\ n was being done to improve th wo:iti.,, In England the people had a warin C?o:" ncr in their hearts for Australia, and s a result of the visits of the Prmiers oi New South Wales anid Victoria. klen in? terest was being manifested ii the latest imniigration proposals. . Mr. McMaster is satisfied there is no country. like Australia. He will be g"l to get back to his sheep station, "Da keith," at nCasselis, which has the reputa tion of being a model of coimpletenest . 'His workshop is as fully fitted out as those of many big...
SALE OF RACEHORSES [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923
SALE OF RAGEHORSES 'At the. John Bull Saleyards. today, the steeplechaser. Yaltunga, was purchased by Mr. L. Skinner for 16'A guineas, and Ad limi went to Mr . J. E. Robb at 25% guineas. Performi (115 guineas), Truran (75 guineas), and Return?g (120 guineas) were ' passed .in.
Melbourne Produce Market MELBOURNE, Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923
SMelbourne Produce Market ME?LPOTTRN.. Today. rtlour, bran,. lollard, oats, Darley, un changed: Potatoo supplies light; best, £13 10/ to £14; good, £12 10/ to £13. Onroa. full supply best £4; others at concessionr. IEggs down 4d. dozen: 'ountry, 1/6 to Lf Federption, 1/10. Butter unchanged. Chee-, firm, now large, 1/1, to 1/2; loaf, 1/2!; matured, 1/2; to I/A.
NO MONEY Hindmarsh Council's Plight DEFICIT OF £1,500 EXPECTED [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923
----o------. 4.airst: ..on lsB : l DEFIC[IT OF IsOEXPECTEi . Afterordinary expenses, such as prhrT ing and salaries hirve been. settled, we shall have -C710:in hand to last IL' for the u&X? foaur.months when a new council will bd elected?t, s?d the 'Mayor of Ilindmarsh at last night's meeting of the council. £300O iaos been earmarked for alterations to the o.wn hall.. This ]:Waves us with £210. It h,:lokl as though we will have a deficit of £.1.500, of so' to hand over tco the .hext crou cil. . . . .' .Will some nlemb~r move that n'a Om miateo be appointed to look into the mat ter and gave uIs a report?" he a.sked. "'The position is seriouin. I cannot sign cheques on an overdrawn account unle~s I can .see exactly where we are g ing lf put our hands on the mnoney."' Cr. Jervis said that whenI the )r'?e~et council took over froni its prederessrs it .as 'saddled with an overdraft of .£ 1,000. Thie weather has been responsible for a lot of damage to the roads-a long dry spell an...
NEW ELECTRIC CONDUCTOR [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923
NEW ELECTRIC CONDUCTOR It is reported that a European inven tor uses a column of water instead of an electric wire to transmit electric power. The current passes through the water with the same facility whether the water is in motion or stationary, and can be delivered at any desired fre quency. cr in mere than one ph:ase. Use: for drilling granite in Cornwall. Eng land. the special tools designed for the water wave impulses deliver 8O per cent. of the generated power, whereas the compressed-air tools deliver only 10 per =cent.
PORT SCHOOLS New Infant Buildings RELIEVING THE CONGESTION [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923
POfiT SCHOOLS New hIfant' Buildings RELIEVING THE ..CONGFSTION New infant :schools at.: Alberton and Largs Bay are being .provided, and pro visioriis, belng made for' others at Kil k6nr??. Ethelton; ;and' Port' Adelaidd, was Sir Heinry' Bar;well's reply to Mr. Price in the Assembiy today when asked what steps had ''been'taken to relieve the congestion in the Port dis tricts?: The Premier said part- of the money placeld on the Estimates for those schcols had been spent at ^Alb~rton and Large Bay. -
FACE IN THE CLOUDS Fortuneteller's Visions ORDERED PAY £35 IN FINES MELBOURNE, Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923
Fortuneteiler's Visions. ORDERED PAYT £35 IN .FIN?SE . . ..· · · .·· · · , , . . . ·. . MELBOURNE, -Today. "I .saw a; beautiful. vision. I saw'a face in the clouds. It is the face of your father. He is t'all and has-white hair. You are'always inthis thoughts." This, according to evidence given by a policewoman, was part of af, fcrt:une teling episode wtiych v was re ~poisilile fori Heen Holnme .and Ama.. knt!ony. a?ppearinr ' .at. the City Coirt todiy -cn a chargeof beinstfori.uti e t,.l]rrs, ind w ith having impo-'d ulpn olicc. aerits. : Holme was fin: ed-15 :nid -An?4ihny f.o. ..r -- -
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923
GREAT HTER SALE VIGOROUSLY PROCEEDING These Daily Necessities whether judged on the basis of comfort or appearance, prove their superior worth instantly at Chas. Moore & Co. Although the ordinary prices Were exceedingly low, our Great WVinter Sale Prices make an irresistible bargain of every itetn in this column, besides the numerous others store-wide. TWalk from one end of these Popular Stores to the other and you will find that every section Is brimful of bountiful bargains. Meet Me at the Staircase Bargains for Tuesday. Ladies' Two-Dome Real Kid Glove, gussetted between the fingers, heavy stitched back, in the serviceable shades of Tan. Brown. Grey, and White, very smart for street and Costume Wear, in sizes 5%, 5". 6, 6Y. 61, 6%. Usual price 10/6 and 12/6. Meet Me At The Staircase Price, 2/111 pair. White Towels, excellent quality and heavy-weight, measuring 19 in. x 39 in. Suitable for all toilet or bath usage. These Towels pos sess good. hardy wear resist ing propertie...
CHICAGO STATION APPROACH [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923
CHICAGO- STATION APPROACH Mr. T. Gluyas asked the Chief Secretary, in the Legislative Council this afternoon, if the Government were aware of the shocking state of disrepair of the only ap proach from Chicago to the Chicago Rail way Station, and if so, was it the inten tion to repair,the road. The Chief Secretary replied that as the road was under the control of the district council of Yatala South, the Government did not intend to make repairs. . ~ -- . m, m m' I
REUTER'S RE-ORGANISED Started As Pigeon Post NEW HOME IN LONDON LONDON, May 30. [Newspaper Article] — News — 31 July 1923
REUTER'S HE-ORSANISED Started As Pigeon Post NEW HOME IN LONDON LONDON, May 30. London and provincial newspapers have been giving prominence to the latest reorganisation of Reuter's and to' the purchase by the world agency of the Port of London Authority's large building on the Thames Embankment as a supplement to the existing Reuter premises in the city. For the best part of a century Reu ter's have had their' home in the city. Since the reorganisationr completed after the armistice by Sir Roderick Jones, the present chairman and managing director, their operations have been greatly extended. Three years ago the company were obliged to acquire the freehold alongside their property in Old Jewry. Subsequently they l-ad to lease additional offices in. the next street. Now they have been forced to add to their accommodation the Port of London Authority's late quarters. OFFICE BOY FOR STAFF. Baron Julius De Reuter, who founded the agency over ?0 years ago, his son, Baron Herbert, who su...