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BELFAST DOCKERS' STRIKE BELFAST, July 31. [Newspaper Article] — News — 1 August 1923

BELFAST DOCKERS' STRIKE (REUTER. BELFAST, July 3L The cross-Chnnnel dockers are on strike. They refuse to handle goods from England diverted from Dublin, where the Free State doekers are striking.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FIREMEN RARE TODAY Adelaide Chief Talks TWENTY-ONE STATIONS [Newspaper Article] — News — 1 August 1923

FIREMvEN BARE TODAY Adelaide Chief Talks TWENTY-ONE STATIONS It seems proper that Mr. J. E. Dickie should be in charge of our Fire Brigades, for he has been connected with water all his life. lie sailed the wintry sea in a wind jaminer and boasted a mate's certificate before he was 18. When illness came along, and the mariner saw fit to fol low the flood of opportunity, he liecame a bireman in the service of the Lon :ion Brigade in June, 1883. A. couple of years in the London B rigade had passed along evenly enoukh, when the colonies began to )eckon. This meant another fireman er Adel'iide, and Mr. Dickie has been connected with our stations practically ev,.r since. Superintendent Salter was the proud chief in 18$5, and the city had two sta lions- ne in l'ight Square, where four men were available, and one at Flin lers stret with a roll of eight fire Ighte.s. There were no speedy cars to iurrv to the llam ., and single-horse reels were used. In 1885 there were 67 calls reported. Las...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BRIDGE BOUNDERS Character At Cards HUMOR OVERDONE [Newspaper Article] — News — 1 August 1923

BRIDGE BOUNDERS Character At Cards HUMOR OVERDONE Character will out at cards, and at auction bridge the bounder "hounds'" _more than at any ot?wr game. There are various types, differing in degree and varying in their quali ties. The genial well-meaning boun der. who is quite unaware that there is anything wrong with him, is toler able Cumniared with the conceited. a ?gressive, self-satisfied bounder whose altiude at bridge is that of one whose word is law. Hie makes his calls in a loud. iarrine voice. and his manner and general deportment set on edge the nerves of the sensitive. It is the mark of the bounder that he is totally regardless of the feel ings of others. In some eases it may he because he is incapable of under stannllg the ir attittutde, utI more oft en it is ju'at b c .us. he does not care. IHe is utterly selfish in his play and calling. It is pa't of his llletllod to ruffle and "i ttl " his o peonen ts. lie chrtles over their losses and sneers a th-i- mi,,tnkes. If he...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CURIOUS USE FOR GARLIC [Newspaper Article] — News — 1 August 1923

CURIOUS USE FOR GARLIC A new raw material for the manufac ture of a strong adhesive has been found in the shape of garlic. According to a patent recently granted garlic yields a glutinous substance of high ad lvesive power. The bulbs are crushed and pressed and the juice thus obtained is boiled down at a temperature of 60 degrees C. The residue fran the press ing process is then boiled in water for an hour, and again subjected to pres sure; and the juice obtained is in its turn boiled down and added to the ex tract first obtained. The final product yields an excellent adhesive and l)indilng medium. Not only cultivated but wild garlic can be treated in this way with the same result. The yield of adhesive amounts to from 70 to S0 per cent. of the raw material.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
JAZZ! NOT ART, BUT ABOMINATION Adelaide Adores It [Newspaper Article] — News — 1 August 1923

JAZZ! . NOT ART, BUT ABOMINATION Adelaide Adores It Wail of the strings, clash of the brasses, kicking of kerosine tins, firing of pistols, chastising the triangle, handling the castanets, the disorder of the troimbonc. the clarion of the cor net, the sob of the 'cello, the rumble of the double bass, the eternal conflict be tween the strings and peroussions, the movement of every shoulder in the 1hand syncolation gone awry, a festive feeling-Jazz. And do you imagine that the drum mno-. that high priest of the latest cult, bangs his drums a nd does musical gymnastics for nothing? Not he. He has an interest in life, his shoulders have to be exercised. his religion is jazz, he is well taid-lhe loves lovina his work. He agrees with the psalmist that old men and women, young men and maidene, see visions and dream dreams. He iindei-stands that youth mu.t 1e served, that matrons are; rejuvenated, that even baldheads boast AMERICAN JAZZ ALL THE RAGE IN PARIS Americl jazz has taken Paris by ...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GIVE WAY OR BREAK UP Germany Faced by Two Alternatives MOST FORMIDABLE CRISIS PROBABLE, SAYS "TIMES" (PUBLISHED IN "THE TIMES.") LONDON, July 31. [Newspaper Article] — News — 1 August 1923

GIVE WAY OR BREAK UP Germany aced by Two Alternatives MOST FORMIDABLE CRISIS PROBABLE, SAYS "TIMES' 'PUBLISHED IN "THE TIMES.") LONDON. July 31. Referring to the French view on the on,ditions in Germany, the paris cor espondent of "The Times" says It is becoming increasingly probable that the time is now too late to avert the . most formidable crisis in Europe ex perienced since the war. The French, however, decline to be perturbed, and the calm with which they watch events is most remarkable. Whatever happens will, it is. thought, he to the advantage of France. Either Germany gives way, in which case the French consider payments can yet be assured, or Germany will break up, in which case France would not be secure, but would obtain compensa t6n herself. FRANCE. UNRELENTING. It would seem that nothing can be done to persuade France to alter her decision that passive resistance must end before German overtures are con Bldered. There is no doubt the view is widely held that Great Brit...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
44 DEAD, 53 HURT IN COLLISION Trains Crash in German Station Holiday Makers Hurrying Home to Avoid Extra Fare LONDON, July 31. [Newspaper Article] — News — 1 August 1923

44 DEAD, 53 HURT IN COLLISION Trains Crash in German Station Holiday Makers Hurrying Home to Avoid Extra Fare (REUTER'S.) LONDON. July 31. There were 27 persons killed and 25 injured in a collision between the H~m burg to Munich express and a. station ary train, near Cassell, according to a. message from Berlin. (PUBLSIS.KD IN "THE TPIMES.") BERLIN, July 31. The train smash at Cassell was even. more serious than was at first re ported. Alrea~jy 35 bodies have been, recovered from the wreckage and 53 nmore or less badly injured passengei-s have been rescued. The financial stringency had a direct bearing on the accident. Notices were posted up stating that fares would be trebled tomorrow, consequently many people cut short their holidays at the: Beaside and hastened hack to Berlin. It was necessary to run the Hami burg-Munich express in two sections. The first was held up at Kresensen on account of an engine defect. While iti was in the station the second train rushed along. In the di...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ADVANCE IN AVIATION Millions Spent [Newspaper Article] — News — 1 August 1923

ADVANCE IN AVIATION Millions Spent A report n oich the American Aero nautical Chamber of Commerce has issued, covering aviation activities in .rS countries, says that F2'anee in de velhIing her colonial air defence now operate. oa passenger and mail service betwe (n Alggria and Biskra, and anot her betwen r Cran in TVestern \lgeri'a and Casabianca in Morocco. In 11 months of 2922 the French built 3 "00 aeroplanes and let orders for 2,200 more.. The French programme for 1923 ealls for ',200 aeroplanes with 100 per cent. reserves. Air appropriations by F ran:ce in 2922 were greater than all other nations combined, aggregating nearly .£20.00 0.f0. The report also says: "Great Britain has centralised her aviation in the Air Ministry. Her t'.oyal Air Force numbhrs ;,000 ofliccer; 'lad 26,000 enlisted men. There are . squadrons, 21 of them in the eolonies. the Near East, and India. and 12 In the British Isles. The Air Ministry employs 4,382 .civilians. Approximately £l0,000,000 is ieing s...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
REPLIES TO NOTE British Cabinet Considering LONDON, July 31. [Newspaper Article] — News — 1 August 1923

REPLIES TO NOTE British Cabinet Considering (REU'TER'S.) LONDON, July 31. A special meeting of Cabinet con gidered the French and Belgian replies today, and will resume its deliberations tomorrow, after which the .ritish views will betransmitted to France.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
RHINELAND'S FUTURE Separation Discussed (PUBLISHED IN "THE TIMES.") LONDON, July 30. [Newspaper Article] — News — 1 August 1923

RHINELAND'S FUTURE Separation Discussed (PUBLISH-IED IN "TiHE TIMES.") LONDON, July 30. Much importance, says a Paris mes sage, is attached ii ma.ny quarters to the Separatist meeting at Coblenz. The question is being seriously asked! whether this is the beginning of the predicted break-up of Gtrmany. It may well prove that the turning point has been nearly reached in the Trench pohicy in the flhineland, and that some de cision will have to be announced, as it is fairly obvious that the Coblenz demonstration will have its sequel. French official circles emphasise tha.t the Government had no connect-ionu with the meeting, but the burden of the press comments is that the success of the movement would be welcomed in France. "The Times' " Cologne correspondent! points out that the British attitude is strictly neutral. She (indignantly)-"You had no business to kiss "mef" lie (apologctically--"But hang it all, it wasn't businiss--t was a pleasure!" Question in Ccurt-"llow do you spend you...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MARK DECLINE Consideration by Cabinet INCOME TAX DOUBLED BERLIN, July 31. [Newspaper Article] — News — 1 August 1923

MARK DECLINE Consideration by Cabinet INCOME TAX DOUBLED (REUTER'S.) BERLIN, July 31. Cabinet has adopted a number of Taxation Bills with the object of quickly obtainin funds in view of the depreciation of the mark. The Bills will firstly provide for an increase, of 100 per cent. in the income tax, a 'heavily increased corporation tax by companies to meet the occupation costs. A special non-recurring tax will be im posed on motor cars, which will be 50 times that of the ordinary motor car tax. The tax on beer will also be in creased.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TRAFFIC SUSPENDED [Newspaper Article] — News — 1 August 1923

TRAFFIC SUSPENDED The PRailway Department stated this afternoon that- owing to washaways traffic is suspended between Hamley Bridge and Riverton.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
POLICE COURT CONGESTION Another S.M. Asked For SIR HENRY FLATLY REFUSES [Newspaper Article] — News — 1 August 1923

POLICE COURT CONGEST!WN Another S.M. Asked For SIR HENRY FLATLY REFUSES That the Government would not un-1 dcer any circumstances -'create another S.M. to relieve the congestion in the Adelaide P],lice Court was Sir Henry ?Barwell's reply to ldr. .'dwurds in the Asse)Illy this :ifternoon.. Mr. Edwar,1s asked whether the -Go vernment would consider the advisa bility of making aT S.M. ot Mr. Hall, the clerk of the Adblaide Police Court. who had had manY year.;' experience. The Premier-The present Goveln ment does not intend to create Mr. Hall an S.M. It was represented to me that there was congestion of the work and a further S.M. was appointed. So soon as Mv. Mitchell returns the present congestion will be relieved to a con siderable extent.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MISSING SPECTACLES Charge Of Larceny [Newspaper Article] — News — 1 August 1923

MIlSSING SPECTACLES ' Charge Of Larceny To allow Frederick T. Kierck to con.ult -a solicitor, an adjourmnent was gra H! , in the Adelaide Police Court yesterlay in if case in which he was charged with having stolen a pair of spectacles, valued a:t £14 5', frerm Adam J. Myre'Ž. ham-shop proprietor, of A.ngas street, Adelaide. 'Thr accused," said Mr. Myven, 'has. been boarding in my house for a month. l-e left my promises on Saturday m.,rning and I [nmiseud my spectacles shoirtly after he left the house."

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
English Teachers' Welcome POOR BUT HAPPY Glad To Be Here, They Say [Newspaper Article] — News — 1 August 1923

EngClsh Teacherse Th come " ~POOR BUT HAPPY :. Glad To Be Wee They Say Arriving by the Largs Bay. the first batch of -' ngiish teachers were met at midnight last night by the boarding officer, and cariy this morning were welcomed by *he Deputy Director of Education (Mr. C. Charlton) and Mr. Gerlach. representing the Male Assis tant.s' _Association. Vr. Ch u'lton wore an important ex pression at 9 o'clock when he was sighted leaving the train with his l' adopted sins. He told the pressman that the men would have no time to give interviews, that they were to begin a conference at once, and that they'd be bt s all day. The new arrivals are young, I'rimful of enthusiasm, eage', and, like all *Young men, full of good resolutions and trembling with superlative energy. They admit that they have lots to learn and they are willing to be taught. 'Ihey are aware that difficulties and new conditions have to be faced, but they give the impression that they will adorn the department and be assets...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GROCER ROBBED Thieves Break Till Open BUT MISS THE MINT [Newspaper Article] — News — 1 August 1923

GROCER ROBBED Thieves Break Till Open BUT MISS THE MINT Thieves entered the grocery shop oC $fr. Samuel Stvons at Jerningh:um street, Lower North Adelaide, last night, taking ,C3 10 from the till and a quantity of toa(,o. Apparently they wc mc- distured, 1x cause they left the door of the shop open and a num ber of coppers lying about. A1r. Stevens, who lives in a room attached to the shop, was absont dur' ing the (vcnini, from c;.,5 until 11. ()n his rettrfn he satw what was the mat ter and c.rmunicated with the police.1 Fortunately for him the thieves did' not discover a roll of notes worth £50 bidden near the till.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TOD, RESERVOIR [Newspaper Article] — News — 1 August 1923

TOD. RESERVOIR Information regarding the prugress of the work in connection with Tod Reservoir was given by the Premier today in reply to questions by Mr. 'Moseky in the Assembly. Pipes. he said, had been laid for a distance of one mile 330 ft. In addition there had been laid one mile 3,300 ft. of pumping main and 1,204 ft. of outlet main. The contractors had stated that they would make every endeavor to complete the work in. the specified time.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SNOWTOWN TO REDHILL Railway Tenders in September [Newspaper Article] — News — 1 August 1923

SNOWTOWN TO REIHILL Railway Tenders in September That tenders would be invited the flrst we'k in Sertember next for the e(Instructioln of the railway between Snowtown and Redhill. was the report of Mr. Webb (Chief ('ommissioner), submitted to Mr. Nichollb by the Pre mlier in the Assembly td!ay.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Brave Australians Scotch Pastor's Tribute MEMORIES OF YPRES [Newspaper Article] — News — 1 August 1923

Brave Austra hans Scotch Pastor's Tribute MEMORIES OF YPRES At the Woodville Presbyterian Church on Sunday evening, 11ev. E. A. Davies, who served as a combatant in a Scot tish storming battalion, paid tribute to the Australian soldier. "'We Scotch," he said, "often yearned to m,-t YOU Australia.ns and see what you v\tere iitadle of. The opportunity c.tnm, utol our expectations were more than realised. In the third battle of Ypres, winch began on July 31 at 3.50 a.ni.. the King's Own, Itoyat North Lai.rs., the Yorks and I ines, had broken through to the Germnn third lIne. The &cottish were to take the •he f'Surth line and dig in. "They managed to get within a short distan.oe of their otjective when they were hold up by fresh trooij? brought in by the German command. 1-{eavy lossc< were utffered; hundreds of dead and dying lay all round. For two ani :i lt hI bours the Scottish held on. At the (lnd of that. time Itn order was re cci .d to move forward. "VWhat ltal h...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
HEAD TEACHERS' SALARIES No Change In Regulations [Newspaper Article] — News — 1 August 1923

HEAD TEACHERS' SALARIES No Change In Regulations Sir Henry Barwell, replying in the! Assembly this afternoon to Mr. Anthoney, said there was no present; intention of altering the following regu lation regarding head teachers of lub lic schools:-"When a school is plated in a higher rlass the head teacher then in charge has no claim to the higher position unlvs. he holds the qualilica tions prescribed." All lines imposed upon teacher~. he said. were received into general revenue.

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