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MT. TORRENS ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — News — 1 August 1923

MT. TORRENS ASSOCIATION P. W. L. D. Pts. Twecdvale .. .. .. 11 9 1 1 SGumeracba .. 1 2 - - Houghton .... 11 7 4 - 11 Birdwood ...... 11 5 - 'rTatree Gully ... 1 - 10 Lyndoch .. .. 3 7 1 7 Williamnstown .... 11 8 - Kersbrook .. .. ..11 - 1

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
B GRADE Norwood In Second Place SOUTH SLIPPING PREMIERSHIP TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — News — 1 August 1923

B GRADE Norwood In Second Place SOUTH SLIPPING PREMIERSHIP TABLE. Points. Prm. P. W. L. D. For.Agst.Pts. Port ...... I1 IQ 1 - S13 565 20 Norwood ... 11 7 4 - 718 573 141 Glcnelg .... It 7 4 - 729 6(t 1.1 Torrcns ... 11 6 5 601 570 12 South .... .. 1 5 6 - 630 635 10 Sturt .. .... 1t 4 6 1 596 fi' 9 North ...... 11 3 7 1 626 653 7 'We.t ...... 11 1 0 - 4S7 779 2 Results of last Saturday's matches were: Port, 9-14, beat South, 7-10. Norwood, 9-11, beat West. 7-12. Torreis. 7-1.3, be:.t Glenelg, 6-5. Stlrt, .S--. beat North, 7-10. Seldom has such an interenting set of nratcIhes been played as those last Saturday. In ea at niatch close finishc-s resulted. As a. result Fort maintain their place at the head. Norwood have displaccd Glene!g and naain tanie second position. Glenelg re cde, to third place. Tu"rrcnu have gone up into fou;rth place, and South, who startc:l the F-e(a.': oft Fo promisingly, are fifth. ?iurt rtill continue their winning run, and ar(o one point behind South for fi...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Government of Football LEAGUE SHOULD INCLUDE EX=PLAYERS [Newspaper Article] — News — 1 August 1923

Government of Football LEAUUE SHOULD INGLUDE EX=PLAYERS In a special article on the government of football in South Australia Mr. Leahy suggests that of the two delegates to the League from each club one should be a former player. He also considers that mem= bers' tickets should be solely controlled by the League. sm:"""::"""::::""""= By TOMu LEAHI1. Football government in South Aus .ralia has never absolutely sa.tisiled foot bali.rs., For years adi~erse comment has arisen over the selection of inlterstale teams, and it will Continue so lcng as 1 i ruling lpoW'r -arrius out its work in the SlunI way. t ni uiy ways thelen ie has fallen short of the mark it should reach. Tak ing ilt) consideration that it is for the mnst part made up of men who have b42en lhvoun.h the mill as football play. cr3 it is only to be expected. Luot South Australia wanuts something better than that. I have no grudge aainst the league, for it is comprised of men who are good sports and friends of mine. it is ...

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

AUCTIONS. TO-MORROW (THURSDAY) at 2.10. ON THE PREMISES, 99A RUND)LE STRRET Iopp. Big Stcre). AUCTION FUR SALE. J. H. WHITEHEAD (General Merchandise Auctioneer) will sell on behalf of CANADIAN DISTRI-! BUTING FUR SUPPLIES The whole of HIGH-GRADE FURS, being Sample Range of Furs. selected from thej world's markets, including: 100 FUR COATS. Black. Brown. &c. 400 FUR STOLES, Black, Brown, Grey, 130 Wraps; Fur. all colors 40 For Capes., ll colors 103 FUR CHOCKERS, all colors -? FUR RUG. TO FUR NECKLETS S5 CHILDREN'> COATS (all sizes), 25 Ladies" and Gent's Leather Coats (ln Muss'uash, Chinchilla, Opossum. Ge, uine Skunk. Squirrel, Cross Fox. Lynx, Moufflin. Wallaby, French, Coney. &c. Special-100 High-quality VELOUR COATS. Trimmed Fur and Plain. 51 Coat Frc'ks (Samples).. Lot Woollen Goods, Dresses. Coats. 75 Silk Coatees and .Jumpers, Lot Sundries. Noir on vew, - Private Sale, at Auction Prices. DESIRABLE HOMES Valu.s Attractively Situated-Good Values . ,.. AT KENSI...

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

LATE ADVERTISEMENTS Received too late for Classification. .Ml. H. V. Bowes, poprietor of John Bulli and Co.,.103 King William street, arrived by the M.lbourne express on Tuesday. O 0 6TOUNG Sensible Girl will be given goodt *- household training, and 15/ per weeK'ii return for light services. For particulars phone "Norwood" 1155. TLOST-Scrip 300 Mutooroo Copper Mining! -'Comnipany Contributing. Reward. Box 306, (G.P.O. ST 13 WVestbury street. Hackney, 1 section, -A nc;tr Car Depot, vacancies permanent Boarders. E TEW Mile-End-New Bungalow, 5 rooms, S eveyi possible convenience, near car. £1J,10). Reply "Genuine Largaln," this office. HAWAIIAN Stoel Guitar, with accessories. Lovely tone, beauiful instrument. Cost £10 10/; sell -.7 or near offer.-"Guitar," this office. B ALLOTTED C.B.S. Shares wanted, any number.-Ponder's Agency, 32 Royal Ex change. irOSES. Vines Pruned Properly, moderate Scharge.-"Cinter," this office. xPERIENCED General, no washing. Mrs. I Magarey, 6l Deulah road, N...

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

European Wheat Crops According to private cable messagcs fom ,Liv<,.-pool. reports indicate that. the United ;iates and Oanadian wheat crops in rome dis triets are r-ust affected. ,Still the general pro mise is that a hi.gh yield will be garnered, and ,ro-'pets in Europe are still being maintained favorahly. Advices received in London state 'hat the area ,.wn to wheat in Argentina shows an increase of 10 per cent. The Russian ,Soviet 'l'vr.nment reports that it is determined to continue the export of grain. The opinion of thnrities in -ingland is that there is no real surplus of grain in Russia, and it is belived that in parts of that country famine conditions obtain. FTom other sources in England news a•.din. wheat is that River Plate shippers '-ave been pressing sales, and with the United Stat?. holding a large surplus of wheat over the market prospects are not encouraging. Un -< the C.tnadian crops suffer serious damage, it d:i1kfilt to see where prices can ...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Thrilling Fight for Final Four CLUBS' PRESENT POSITIONS [Newspaper Article] — News — 1 August 1923

TColdcte dor bn alFour ........ Conducted by ,,FOLLOWEI?".--? CLUBS' PRESENT POSITIONS Pta. Prem. P. W. D. L. For. Agst. Pta. Norwood . 10 10 - - 721 479 20 Sturt... 10 6 - 4 703 541 12 South . . 10 6 - 4 678 572 12 North . . 10 5 - 5 594 552 10 Torrens . . 10 5 - 5 646 714 10 Port . . . 10 4 - 6 644 637 8 West . . . 10- 4 - 6 555 567 8 Gleneig . 10 - - 10 402 881 - Gradually the finals of the football premiership are drawing near. After next Saturday's games each club has only three more matches to play, butI the results this week should give aI good indication of how teams will fare' for the big four. Norwood are safe for minors. They have come so far without being beaten,[ and all through have shown wondetfull combination. With them already in the first place, three positions are all that are left for six clubs striving to win them, and the situation is ex trcmely interesting. Sturt. who have been showing good form, are on even terms with South. Both have scored 12 points. S~turt...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE [Newspaper Article] — News — 1 August 1923

FARM A0 DAIRY PRODUCE BUTTER.-The market is firm. The -iributing price for choicest quality butter is 9',d. prints aid. a lb. extra; best separators •d dairy 1/7 to 1/8; second grade bulk, 1/4½ : 1/5; stores. 1/2 to 1/5'F. EGGS.-Frech heu (by rail and steamer) 'e quoted at 1/4; selected, 1/5 to 1/6: duck, '_; Adelaide Infertile Egg Association ("RedI Tomb" brand), 1/8. (THlE E.-Sup'pies of cheese are relativelyI farce in all the dairying States, an dtho :cent cold and wet weather in South Australia' ,ads to maintain frm conditions in the market' •.e. Wholesale rates are:-Mediun or large, /i1 to 1/11; loaf. to 1/21; price, 1/2 to 1i/; natured and semi-matured, 1,/1, to 1/2'/%. I !IACON.-The market has a firmer tendency, ensequent upon the advance in prices for ptgs a the hoof. The distributing price for prime T.red sides is 1/11; middles, 1,3½; and rolls, 1/1%. llA.;.-In a quiet market raw hams are :noted at l'4 and 1;5, and conked at 1/8. LARD.-Quotations for lard are as follows: --...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FRUIT AND VEGETABLES Cabbages Scarce TROMBONES DEARER [Newspaper Article] — News — 1 August 1923

FRUIT AltO VEGETABLES Cabbages Scarce TROMBONES DEARER Poorman oranges glutted East End Market this mornin-. The price of trombones show. a market increase owing to the scarcity of cabbages and cauliflowers. The following prices were relised: Vegetable..-Articbokes, 2/ per dozen lb; beetroot, 1/e per dozen: Brussels sprouts, 7/ per dozen lb.: eabbage., 3/ to S/ per dozen; do. (red', 5/ per dozen; do. (Savoyl. 2/ to 8/ per dozen; cauliflowers, S/ to 10/ per dozen: celery, 4/ per dozen heads: horseradish. 1/ per lb.: leeks, "/8 per dozen; lettucee, 1/r to 2/ per dozen: onions, S: per cwt.; do. (pick ing), I2/ to 14/ per ewt.: parsnips, 2/! per dozen bunches; potatoes, 14/ to 1S/ per cwt: do. (Mount G3mbier.) 16/ per cut.: radishes. 9d. per dozen bunches: ruh barb. 1 to 1ht per dozen lb.: frombones. 2., to i./ per dozen; turnips, 2 "1 ner doz:en bunches: do. (Sw(de), 1/ ,er dozen bunche . Fruit.--Appl, ,eatingl 1'0/ to 12/ per case: do. (cookinet ~ o "o' per case: bhnosve (QueenI land....

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ON 'CHANGE Investments Steady GOLD ISSUES DULL [Newspaper Article] — News — 1 August 1923

Investments Steady GIOLD ISSUES DULL Conditions were ddIl on the Exchange this flornin. C.ommronwealth Loas5 had good trade reported in the S per cents, runausing in 1948 at the firmer raeof £1.00 10/, and the 6 per cents, due 1930 1 at £10r2 7/6 and £iKr 10.. Light trade was effected in the 4'. tsr cents., 192.7, and the &j per cents. 1927 at abo It late rates. lnvestments had tmo.erate bookings at steadyj prices. Beath, &liii~a declined to 15/6, and Hlolden's Motor liod-' wee'unaltered. A buyerl of l0au-is .bcarte oftived 19/11, with sellers keoping wide. Adej, Ide Electric ord. sold at 449 ashilt Rights liee traded at 5/11. Wlheat scrip and eop;,,r stocks were passed by. Lonadon metal quota ions show a ri5s of ar. I 88 in the peice of .-ilver, hot no appreciable~ dillareneo was appa'-e' t.i Barriers. No: ths eased to 3.3/9, and -nillhs wcrc traded at 41/ ant 431 '. Junetie-. and Zinc Gorporatioa nid. ieze hooked at ::, and 10,8 reepectively. I rotiev atL '9 I ( i ...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MONEY, MARKETS, AND MINING BUSINESS MAN'S DIARY New Companies Registered [Newspaper Article] — News — 1 August 1923

MI~HA, MiAk$ T \ BUSINESS MAN'S DIARY New Companies Registered New companies recently registared in South .Australla include the following: Adelaide Radio ComplWY. Lhjitc-d-capital IZ5.000 ia Li shareS. Objects-To take over *as a going concern the business now carried ois by George Alexander Miller Randle as in imp Grter of wireless and other electrical n morer o pplianCes Sharehlders-George xle ander Miller Randle, Adelaide, dentist; Lancelot Cyril Jones, Westbourne Park, ele tricai engineer: Harold Wakleield Allison, Clarence Park. warehouse manager; Florence Eliza Miller Randle, Tdora, married womar;; George M cEvii, Adelaide, solicitor. First directors-G. A. Miller Randle, L. C. Jones, and It. A. Kauper. Southi Mighty Atom Goldmninig Company, No LiabilitY-vapital C10,000 In 120,000 shares of 5/ each. .jectS-To acquire? an option ýo purchase prospecting Area No. 1047T. con Laining 24 acres, south of the goldmining lease known as "The jmighty Atom," held by tbe Mutooroo Copper Cor...

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

Agricultural Land Values Are land values too hiuh? This is a question which Is being discussed wit~h in creasing frequency beth in Australia and, New Zealand. It has been contended in' Ffl uartvr- that th,, valie of a?rneultural, .Iand is fictitiously hi.h whe . ..dril the fall in prices of many primary prodUCtS. ,3g the other hand many reliable valuers hold the view that good class land is alwqvs wt ... the full market price. The Untfortunat(l fa tat mny oldier settlrs who bouvld land at hig'h prices during the bcm periodi now find it difficult to meet intertst ray fents and expend mon?y on improvement- to their properties. This subject was touched upon by Sir. George Elliot recently in higs address at the annual meeting of prop-ietor't of the Fank of New Zealand. He pointed out that the serious and somewhat sudden drop during April and May in the value o" dairy produce and meat once again illustrat the unwisdom of estimating the value of a seasol's output of produce on temporarily...

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

Tea Prices Recent auction sales of tea at Colombo show a steady advance in prices. A corn parison of standards indicate that amongst the teas suitable for the South Australian market the lowest grades have advanced by 10 to 1. cents, medium sorts by 7 to 8 cents, and fine tcam by 11 to l5 cents during the last two months. At the present rate of exchange the value one cent is about one sixth of a penny.

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

Mildura Grand Hotel Mildura Grand Hotel, Limited, for the yesr ended June 30, 1923, earne* a net profit of £.S,G4. as -gainst £6,338 for the preceding 12 months. . As interim dividend of fid. al share absorbed £1,500, and the directors now declare a final dividend of 1/6 a share. They also transfer £1,500 to the general re serve. leaving £900 to be carried forward, I against £.35 brought down. Paid-up capi tal is £80,010. reserves £2,450, sundry cre ditors are owed £2,.09, and the bank £6,2.32. Assets at £19,272 Include premises £37.773; furniture, stocks, on hand, &c., £10,167, and minor items.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GRAIN AND PRODUCE Wheat Weaker [Newspaper Article] — News — 1 August 1923

GRAIN AND PRODUCE , Wheat Weaker .WHEAT.-Latest news regarding the Lon don" market for wheat is still of a discourag-] ing nature. It is reported that a November 'December-cargo of Australian wheat, old or new crop, is offering at .15/ a quarter, but no business is being done, and bids of 44/6 a quarter have been solicited. Liverpool op tions for September have declined by ½d. a cental, but December options are unchanged. 4Little trade is passing on .-pot. and shipping merchants this morning reduced their buying prices of farmers' lots to the basis of 4/3V' to 4/4. a bushel, on rucks main shippiog ports. FLOUR.--Exprrt trade is quiet. The South 'Australian Millowners' Association price for flour for bakers' lots is £l1 5/ for 1,000 lb., delivered city or suburbs. BRAN AND POLLARD.-The association price for both products is £S 1/6 for 2.000 lb., In trucks Mile-End. Smaller quantities are quoted at 1/91.5 a bushele net, delivered city or suburbs. A little pollard is beita: exported to...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
METAL MARKET Silver Recovers DECLINE IN COPPER [Newspaper Article] — News — 1 August 1923

METAL MARKET Silver Recovers DECLINE IN COPPER According to advices received by the Aus tralian Metal Exchange, the London Metal Exchange (middle) quotations for July 31 are as follow: Copper, standard, spot (fall 7/6), £65 $/3 per ton. Copper, three months (fall 7/6); £66 1/J per ton. Copper, best secleted, £(9 12-, per ton. Copper, electrolytic, £72 6/ per too. Lead, soft foreign, spot. £2- 7/6 per ton. Lead, forward (rise ./), £21 10/ per ton. Spelter, spot (rise 2/6), £31 15/ per ton. Spelter, forward, £31 Il/ per ton. Tin, standard, spot (fall 2/6), £184 17/6 per ton. Tin, three months fa(ll 6/3), £1,5 12/6. Siver, standard, cash (rise %), 2/&%s. Sil-er, forward (Ire b). 2/6 9-16. Silver, fine, cash (rise %). 2/9 5-16. Silver, forward (rise .), 2/9. .The Golden Victory Gold Mining C.enpany, No Liability, have made a call of 3d. 2nd), payable at the registered office, National Mutual Buildings, King William street, on Au~ust 8.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AUSTRALIANS' NEXT BIG MATCH Prepare to Meet Japs August 10 HAWKES DESCRIBES FINAL STAGES HAWAHAN CONTEST [Newspaper Article] — News — 1 August 1923

AUST LIA S' NEXT BIG MATCH Prepare to Meet Japs August 10 HAWKES DESCRIBES FINAL STAGES HAWAIIAN CONTEST Australia won the singles and doubles in the Davis Cup contests against Hawaii. Japan defeated Canada. The Australians are now to meet the Japanese on Au gust 10. They leave South Orange (New Jersey) today for Qhicago, where they will start practising vigorously. The French have defeated the Spaniards. J. B. Hawk6s, one of Australia's representatives, cabli ng from New York on Tuesday, said, "The team is anxiously awaiting news of the final result of Spanish-French match. This tie will have a bearing on our chances of reaching the challenge round. We are hoping the French are victorious, as Manuel Alonzo, on present form, would prove a tough battler to reinforce Spain. France won three matches and Spain two. Under conditions most unfavorable for tennis the exhibition games. Aus tralia versus Hawdi, were concluded. Eklund (Hawaii) defeated Schle enger (Australia), 6-4, 4--6, 6--1,...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BRILLIANT DANCE Young Matron's Entertain NUMBERLESS SMART FROCKS [Newspaper Article] — News — 1 August 1923

BRILLIANT DANCE Young Matron's Entertain NUMBERLESS SMART FROCKS Twenty-three of Adelaide's young matrons gave a delightful dance last night at the Palais Royal to more than 300 of their friends. Although the rains descended and the floods came just about the time when the fun beg?a it did not interfere in any way with the guests' enjoyment. Within the Palais all was gay and bright, and the strainsi of the orchestra and the swish of the dancing feet drowned the noise of the raging elements outside. Cartloads of to~amundra wattle blossom must have been used in deco rating the Palais. Most effective it was, too. One end of the dancing floor was screened off for sitting out, and here and in the loges were easy •hairs and small tables. On the latter were little brass bowls of camellias and violets, and dishes of devilled almonds and sweets. Supper was served at 10.'0, and the tables were decked with Iceland pop pies, mauve irises, daffodils, and vio. lets. The Pajais orchestra was in go...

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

BALL AT NORWOOD The Norwood Football Club held a successful ball last ight in the Nr wood Town Hall. The ballroom was ar tisticalv decorated, having a large dome of red-and-blue streamers suspended from the coiling as a centrepiece. From this ribbons floated out to the' walls. Between the ceiling and the ribbons electric lights with red-and blue shades were suspended, throwlag a subdued light on the dancers. Chi-? nese lanterns and small red-and-blue electric bulbs were placed among the room. Mr. Leo Fisher', orchestra con-! traute,1 li,-" . strains for the d&ncers. Mr. E. Sihard was rosponible for the decorations, and Mr. -'itzpatrick fo rthe lighting effects. The sunper room had an aeroplane suspended from ihe ceiling,, draped in red and-blue strenamrs. Jlue iris adorned the suprer tables. and large bou-hs of gum a.nd bunting *'-ere nl.oeR at intfrvals round the Mr. Leo Fisher's orche?.ra contributed lively strains for the dancers. Membtrs of the committee were Mii-ses T. ...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TODAY'S SHIPPING COASTAL AND OVERSEAS [Newspaper Article] — News — 1 August 1923

TODAY'S SHIPPING COASTAL AND OVERSEAS Tides at Semaphore Tomorrow.-Low waterI 11 20 a.m.; high water, 5.20 p.m. ARRIVALS-AT PORT ADELAIDE. Katoomba. s., 9.424, E. M. Heddle, Fre mantle. Mcl1wraith, McEacharn, & Co., City; J. Tawlings & Son. i'ort, agents. Juno, s., 241, Port Vincent. AT PORT PIRIE. Port Macquarie, s.. 7,236, Durban, eastern States. • Gibbs, Bright, & Co., agents. TODAY'S DEPARTURES. FROM PORT ADELAIDE Largs Bay, s., Melbourne and Sydney. Wariawee s. Edithburgh. Karatta. s., Kangaroo Island. .-City of Batavia, s., South African ports. IMPORTS. Katoomba, Fremantle-100 tons general cargo. EXPORTS. Valdeirt, for Alexandria-7,46~ bags flour. For Masamet-?5 hales sheepskins. City of Batavia: for Delagna Bay-323 cases currants. For Durban-3.527 bags flour, 300 bags wheat, 5o bags barley. For East Lon don-1.,96: bags hlour, 100 boxes currants, 93S boxes soap. For Algoa Bay-12,304 bags wheat, 195 boxes currants. For Capctown--235 boxes currants, 150 b...

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