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SEATS IN COMMONS PROPOSAL CALLED FARCICAL LONDON, August 1. [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
SEATS IN COMMONS PROPOSAL CALLED FARCICAL (REUTER'S.) LONDON, August 1. In the House of L-rds Baron Strath spey asked whether, in response to theý continued demands of the Dominions for a share in the shaping of the des tinies of the Empire, any definite offer which might be considered at the Im perial Conference had, been made tc tL.er of seats in Parliament. Viscount Long declared that such an offer would be unconstitutional, and a farce. The conference would ha.ve plenty of wvork to do withcut entering upon this complicated question. The Duke of Devonshire (Secretary of State for the Colonies) emphasised the difficulties of arranging seats in the House of Commons. He was sure the solution of the problem must nut be looked for in that direction. Referring to the idea of a Federal Parliament, he pointed out that the question had been exhaustively dis cussed. at the Imperial Conference in 1917. There were many objections to it, the main one being that it would in fringe the autonomo...
LAND UNDER WATER SOLD TO COUNTRY FOLK [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
LAD UVDER WATER SOLD TO COUNTRY FOLK Stating that many country residents had purchased lard in the metropolitan area from estate agents and had subse ?quently found that it was under water, Mr. fecidy asled the Premier whether the Government would introduce legis lation to protect such people. Sir Henry Barwel--I do not think legislation is necessary. These people should know what they are purchasing. MIr. Reidy-But they don't. The agents do not say that the land is in low-lying parts.
TWO WASHOUTS [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
TWO WASHOUTS The Automobile Association this morning received a report that the road from Two Wells to Ma'lala was jmpassable owing to washouts. The road from Mallala to Was>yes also impassable. There is a washout 10 ft. deep near the Relbanks bridge.
BADLY CRACKED Galway Garden Homes [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
BABLY RACIED Galway Garden Homes Mr.. e'tins (Winiste- of Reiiaftria-I iin\n. in r~l.iy to Mlr. McInnes, in the Assomhly tiodu:, said that his attention h.d bee ? ·dwn to t1he bafly cfacked condition of many houses erected for returned soldiers at Galway Gardens. He did not know. however, that seve ral of the foundaticns had been covered with flood waters for several weeks. The matter was being taken into consi deration.
American Wheat Crops [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
American Wheatl Crops An official estimate of the i-nited States win ter lwheat crop isued hby the Depart.ment of Agriculture on .Tune 1 placed thle condit.ion of the crop at 7i.a points as compared with .0.1 point on May 1. Despite fhe lo~s in condritian, a greatcr yield wals predicted, the department estimatin~ig it at 581.00.000 bushels. which compares with 086.000,000 bu.chel., the final esrimatl for the 1922 erop. The area planted t7o sprin wheat in the U:nitedl Sta.es was riven Is 600,000 acres less sh-n for the pre ious, year, anrd he first oficial estimate o! yield issje at tlie beginning of .Tune wna 23:,;.nno0,0n0 ushs., compared with 270.000.000 blshe: for 1922. The combined crop; there ftrw are officially placed at f17,000,0O hu hah. While the crop on this basis is .ul t( O.000.QOO 1ohslels? below the average l1bh r-t five easons. it slhould provide n tui1'; of rou'l;. 210n.000.,00 bushe!s. Still. tih i- (-top of (Canada, anml the improved viells ii lreope wi!l counterlr...
Silverton Tramways [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
Silverton Tramwvays T,?'e nj.',ri" led by the Silverton Tram "5y Company, l.ftd., during tlce y.... ended !.Uf .) t;how:; an: inrnse of £_t..?l79. anfl exsditLure an cpansion of £?4,t03. t1 ru;, bing a ntt increase of carningS for to ,",a ot £2.?.,?. The actual credit t1 e carried from the working account to rmrs and los· was £Th9,Ol s n aga in Stor he 1121P21-32 term. Adding interest "n investments c .i-.t?, the credit at rcfit, .Jd lc.s. £t:2.983. 'hrl 'oanyment of four (lt!,ndns hrs absorhcd £?,.7f,0, a sl'm of ,.€I,1 Is writtern off for depreciation, 'ani r.-23 is addecd to the reses-vo 'fund. With ad-up capU )ital £300.0.O(. rescrn £53.01. and rovi .ion for dcpre?iation and insurance %ud £1,31S. shareholders' funds t>ta'l 5.34. Outside liabilition a~o T£7,40W. S',aist whlch are nusets of £(O40,,. Lead I"g lrtenms are construction £92..7'i3, rollin? htock. £l~t,,77, sfores, fuel &c., £43.5~44. :?,ndr. debtors £c,7,44 , bank balances £13,734. £? :l.j A ,dividend of 1/ ...
THE SEA IN OILS Charles Bryant's Reminiscences LOOKS MORE LIKE SAILOR [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
THE SEA IN OILS Charles Bryant's Remainisencces LOOKS MORE LIKE SAILOR H-e looks more like a sailor than an artist, and he admits it. Mr. Charles Bryant, R.O.I., is halpy only when he is near the sea or oin it. He has spent the greater part of lhis life by the beauties of Sydney HIaruo: and in Cornwall, where he was taught and inspired by Olssen, the famous marine painter. He has exhibited at the Academy, Paris Salon, RPoyal insti tute of Uil Painters, at the W'alke." (:tilehry, and at leading provincial gai ieries. During the war the Austra!ian authe rit!es availed themselves of Mr. f3:.ant's talent, and appointed him one of the qtlicial artists on the Western front. 'i he majority of these pictare.~ ar; now in the Australian 1\ar M1usuem, but the Imperial Wa Museum holds his famous canvas., "Camouflaged Leave-Ships." "'I'm a -thorough Bohemian. you know'," said MJr. Bryant this morning. whe-n pressed to talk about himself. "I was the first Australian painter to be elece-(, tc the ...
ORANGE BASKETS [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
ORANGE BASKETS Cut as many oranges as will be re quired, leaving half the peel whole fo_ ithe ,baskets, and a strip half an inch wide for the handle. Remove the pulp and juice, and use the juice in making orange jelly. Place the baskets in a Inn of broken ice to keep upright. Fill with orange jelly. TWhen ready to serve put a sI)on of whipped cream over the jelly in each basket.
FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE Butter Declines 1d. lb. EGGS REDUCED 3d. DOZEN [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE Butter Declines Id. lb. ----- EGGS REDUCED 3d. DOZEN nUT'TER.-Con:equent upon an increase in •upplies of butter and restricted inter-State (idehImnds, prices have declined by 1l. a lb. The distributing price for choicest quality butter is now 1/8 to !/i/4, prints %d1. a Ib. extra- besit separators and dairv, 1/4.1. to 1/71.; . (cond grade bulk, 1,/3½.' to 1/1; stoIcs, 1/I1 o i/t:,. EF',GS.-Increased offerings of eggs have told against the market, and at the sales ihls morning price:s fell 3d. a dozen. Fresh lien (by rail and steamer) are now quoted lit 1/1; duck, 1/2; Adelaide Infertile Egg Asso ciation ('"Red Comb" brand), 1/5. CHEESE.-There Is a shortage of cheese on spot. In addition to a good local de mand, there is a steady enquiry for ship ment to Western Australia. Prices have advanced by about 1%d. a lb., and quotations now range from 1/2 to 1/3 a lb. I3ACON.--Supplies are about equal to trade requirements, but with the advance in prices for pies the m...
GRAIN AND PRODUCE [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
GiRAIN AND PRODUCI IWH114l'.-According to private cable ad vicos the London mnarket is reported to be qu;cet, but Chicago options have improved a fraction. Trade on spot is dull. but. there is a little enquiry from Japan. It is under stood that some buainess has been done with Japan on the basis of 4/6%/ f.o.b. In other quaters sellers' ideas for parcels range up to 4/74 f.o.l. Merchants' buying prices for farmers' lots are on the basis of 4/3% to 4/4, a bushel on truckls main shipping ports. FLOUR.-Export trade is quiet. The South 'Australian Millowners' Association price for flour for bakers' lots is £11l 5/ for 2,000 lb., delivered city or suburbs. P-RAN AND POLLARD.-The association price for both products is £8 1/6 for 2.000 lb.. In "trucks Mile-End. Smaller qunrtitlcs are quoted at 1/9% a bushel net delivered city or suburbs. A :ittle pollard is being expcoried to New Zealand. IiARLEY.-Apart from a limited trade in ferd sorts, the market is dull. Buying prices for farmers' .lot...
MINING NOTES NORTH WESTERN OIL SYNDICATE, N.L. [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
MINING NOTES N'ORTH WI'~ETI RN OIl, SYNDI)ICATE. N.L. The first ha:lf-yearly getneral mncetilnt of t"e i'\1ster Oil S'ndicate was held at the otEice of the syndicte. Mr. G. F. Claridge, 2?airmla of directors, presiding. In moir.ng the :Ltionu of the directors' report and statement f ::C)unfts to date. he stated that the Govern aTent had put down five bores and disclosed a ery large bed of black lignite, estimated to Oe ovtr 50,00,0n0 tcuns, and of first-class quality. %The lixh bore was now being put down near the h.[lbra Station. ]nkerman. All eamoles frnc the bores had been assayed by the Mines l-1ct:unet, !:nd considered to be thle best n.'ite 5.o far in acuth Autralia. Samples ,roa the cores of the .bores had beenr made into iPrrdered itel and briqucttes, which on being saY!eCI by rofessor W\ . A. 1rxorcar'es. Directnr (! Cnemistlr-, proved in be of hicrh caloritic \'?',e. the powdered fuel bein, 10.534 B.T.U. ,n4 the blriqaett t 11 .1 9 . T.l1 . l . extt-ao' dia"ry 0en'rl: menc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
HI?L. HODGETT8 & CO. STOCe, .Ii.A1E AND INVESTMENT D R?O K E RFtS , N r :.htou the Commonwealth, Ziw UHa(l LomIdoIn. 'K'. Cuzra (:tumber. T GEI::TR±I`, ADELAIDE. 8. C. WARD & CO. STOCK, SHARE, ANID INVESTMENT BROKERS,, 20 Grenfell street, Ade)aide. CRAND Bue Brd rFair NOW ON Blue Bird Specials in Men's Wear FOR FRIDAY'S KEEN SHOPPERS BOYS' COVENTRY SUITS (with extra pair Knickers) 29/1 SUIT--XTRAORDINARY VALUE, BOYS' COVENTRY WOOL TWEED SUITS, in Dark Grey and Brown. This Suit is as illustrated, with extra pair of Knickers. Us;ually sold at 42/. SPECIAL BLUE BIRD FAIR PRICE, 29/11 suit. ......$.. 100 Doz. Men's All-Wool Cashmere Hose, to Clear, I/9 PER PAIR-IOO DOZEN MEN'S ALL-WOOL BLACK CASH MERE HOSE, best English make. This is a real genuine bargain. Usually sold at 2/6 per pair, OUR SPECIAL BLUE BIRD FAIR PRICE, 1/9 pair. , ,Men's i \ Strong B . Drill Striped ' SHIRTS. MEN'S STRONG SHIRTS 5/11 EACH-SPECIAL LINiE: OF MEN'S EXTRA STRONG DRILL SHIRTS, in assorted Bl...
Morphettville In Bad State [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
Morphettville In Bad State Owing to the heavy rains this week, trainers have; found it nearly impossible to work their horse at headouartrs. Thl morning the tracks were again in a bad state, and cortequently fast gallops were out of the question. Soubriquet jumped four hurdleo in dash ing style.
Work At Victoria Park [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
Work At -Victoria Park Mindh to the annoyance of trainers the outside track and grass were closed this morning, and those who wnished to exer cise their horses had to be content to use the inner rink. Horses usefully em ployed were Dependence, Leon, Free Ac tion, So Long, Ecnal, Paisley Chie'f, Golden Grain, Jim Cleary, Waiparie, Fyder's Giit, Sta~gefright, St. Ality, Lord Gren fell, Sir Archibald, Lord Varco, Miss Earlston, Miss Aides, Kinghbier, Tallow, Clever Jim, Bright Haven, Tophole, Woc~i Lil, Meln--orthy, Arise, Stand By, Alarm King, Burravest, Bluecoyte, Gifan. Dolo rosa, Granpa, Earl Haig, Caiulu, VWallash, Hfigh Play, Gaveston, Dalanton, Richloe, and Peen In. Miss Farlston (A. Robertson). jimped six hurdles in good style. Lord Varco (A. Robertson) also acquitted himself well over the same task. i m =, ? | ? 1 11.
Probable Riders At Gawler [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
Probable Riders At Gawler G. MIULES-Prince Rosalind, Huja, Master Orient. W-ychinga, Yelarno, Sir MTac. A. LIDDLE-Kalanna, Cattelo. R. MIEDHURST--Frince Aides, Miss Aides, Free Action, Hoenlow, Mystical. R. M. EDDY--Flying Glass. Bonnyrigg, Porzana. Wn. TURNER-Ecnal, Tooka warra, Exchequer, Waiparie. H. BRACEGIRDLE-Whackers Up, Same Brew, Leeholme. A. D. FRASER Spare Glass, Thanksgiver. G. DALLY .?Sarah Currant, .Mambray Lord. H. WALSH-Pistol Grip,- Thorie, H. REDDEN--Prince Seal, Burnished. T. SPAIN-Comic Knight, Gold Foil. S. LITTLE-Kulti, Jim Cleary. C. SELBY-Highcackett, Good Hope. R. H. THOMAS-Pistolator, Marmolata, C. RYAN-Fyvie. R. RAMAGE--Betty Bride. H. VILSON-Kyklos. L. JACQUES - Dundalk. R. CRUIK SHANK-Prince. J. WVILIAMI S Little Linda. C. VEALE-Tongarra. G. LEONARD-Conical. L. JESSER MIiramichi. C. BOORN-Naughtier. WV. CALLENDER-Amberoid. H. VALENTINE--Sobriquet. H. McIN TYRE-Hinbad. A. H. FRAFNCIS -Ramnetta.
PROFESSOR MARTIN HERE For Pan Pacific Science Congress LARGE AUSTRALIAN FAMILY [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
PROFESSOR MARTIN HERE For Pan Pacific Science Congress LARGE AUSTRALIAN FAMILY Adelaide harbors a famous man in Professor Martin, who has just arrived from Perth, where he left the Orvieto. The professor is recognised as one of the greatest authoiHities on preventive medicine. His visit is made to attenrd the Pan-Pacific Congress in science, which opens in Melbourne on August 13. Dr. Martin has been chosen to rt: present the celebrated Lister Institute, (of which he is a director) and the Roy.al Society at the congress. Tall, bespectacled, jocular, and ap roachable, the professor invites confi dence, and he readily gave an inter view when requested. '"I feel rather like old Rip RVan Winkue," Paid the scientist, "for it is 20 years since I was in Australia. It is intensely interesting to me to be back, for, you know, I have quite a large family out here. There are seve ral hundreds of men now occupyng pro minent positions who passed through my hands in Sydney when I was a lec turer t...
MURRAY SHIPPING Another Union Wanted ORGANISER AT WORK [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
1 MURRAY SHIPPINfi 4 Another Union Wanted ORGANISER AT WORK W hen the secretary of the South Aus tralian branch of the 3Merchant Service Guild (Mr. Charles Hayter) visitea Manjnum a few days ago he wvas asked iby a number of firedien and deckhands to or"ani-e them into a union. He left 'Adelaide for Mannum this morning to comply with their request. It is Mr. Hayter's intention to orga inise what will be know n as tile Har ;bor and Rivers Employcs Section of the MIerchant Service Guild. The scope ,of the union will not be limited to boats itradir.g along the Murray, but will take fin deckhadnds on ketches and launches employed at Port Adelaide and the out !ports. The success experienced by the maxsters and engineers on the Murray ,steamers in their recent award prompted the firemen and dckhands to :ask itr. liaytcr to do something for ithem. SSeveral toasts were honored. in which tributcs were paid to Mr. Hayter for the fair manner in which he had conducted the negotiations for in ci...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
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