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ENGLISH RACING (REUTER'S.) LONDON, August 1. [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
ENGLISH RACING (REUTER'S.) LONDON, August 1. The Goodwood Plate vas run today. There were nine runners, and after a stir ring finish, Trossach Girl scored by a short head, with a length and a half be tween second and third. Details: ThOSSACH GIRL .............. 1 Toratin .................... 2 Silvester 3...... . .. 3 Betving-7/1 Trosach Girl, 5/1 Torna tin, 3/1 Sihvester.
NEARLY A DISASTER NO PUBLIC INVESTIGATION MELBOURNE, Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
NEARLY A DISASTER NO PUBLIC INVESTIGATION MELBOURNE, Today. Mr. Clapp, C'ief Railways Comn?Is sioner, gave an assurance today th: a Lhorough depar';menz: enquiry was being 'made inio tre condiion oni the line wiere tie Melbourne expr'ss was derailed yes terday, but he could see no need io: :i :public inves ;at.ion. He said the eq:uiry wou!d be searc}ing, :and that tlhe result would be indica.ed to the public. Repairing of tihe line was be iing satisfactorily done. The water tiat caused the damage rose and fell rapcidy. It appears to have hLbeenl the overfl',- from a patch of water that :gahered in the neihborhood. The ace: dent did not happen at a culvert, as was gereraly blieved. It occurred at wh.t railway men generally know as a wsa-" way for floidwaters, w-hich extends for 50i ti. under the line.. Evidently the recesn heavy rains had saturated and softene tahe ground at the soot, and the lines had spread under the weight of the train. The departmental enquiry was opened this mor...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
?E5 eom y o ite aou ch dark SablcBon! Stoles, graps, iNeck ![ lets~or smartly tailored t:Fu Coats, or Glossy Black. Fox and Rabbit Fur when dyed by us • =- • tROTVN is almost undetectable as such, for seemingly, as if touched by some magic hand, the fur so dyed be comes rich and lustrous and bears a very close resemblance to the rare and costly Russian Sable and Marmot. S- Rugs and Mats Made up in the natural color or dyed. B ' fiFURS DYED, RENOVATED, AND REMODELLED equal to new at small outlay. .NOTE.-WVe are now able to make up " . . Skins in four weeks from receipt of order. Highest Workmanship at Lowest Comparative Prices Write for Illustrated Catalogue and r Price List, also Booklet containing article "How to Treat Raw Skins." R HODESIAN Stephens Place, Adelaide. •· "i~ . . · - s;.... Abbott 's Wallpapers are beaufiful Discrixiinatng C-tonrs recog nise dir stot~iy Eh q,.y, design, and coloring, over the l:·;e5,;ul. ore comOflace pr prs o often offerec to buyers. Tere isadistrnd...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
aBUSY! BUSY! ALWAYS BUSY? ~Tweed Dress Lngths CHEAP! CHEAP! CLEARING " 7/6 Dress Length 7/6 ress Length Today, and while they last! --A big Special Purchase of splendid quality, handsome Woollen Dress Tweeds! -A411 to be cleared in 4-yard Dress Lengths, at the above attrac tive Bargain Price! -British-made Dress Tweeds! -----40 in. wide! -Smart production! Light and Dark Greys, Faw ns, Resedas, and various rich mixed color effects! -Fashionable Overchecks, Plain Checks, Fancy Striped Effects, good-looking Tweeds! -All New Goods! --Just the class of Tweeds for Ladies' Cosy Stylish Frocks, Cos tumes, Coats, also for Children's Coats and Frocks! - We have only just made this purchase of Tweeds-a large Ware houseman's Clearance Lot-and at the price we are clearing them they are wonderful value. Usual prices 3/11 and 4/11 yard, all to go in 4-yard Dress Lengths, SAt 7/6 Length All-Wool Travelli Rugs STOCKTAKING CLEARANCE LOTS All who are thinking of buying RUGS should secure one ;of thes...
SOCCER FIRST LEAGUE TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
SOCCER (By "Referee.") FIRST LEAGUE TABLE. Goals. P. W L. D. F. A.'Fts Cheltenham . 3 11 1 1 39 16 South Adelaide 13 8 4 1 25 18 17 North Adelaide 13 7 4 2 25 16 16 IPort Adelaide 11 5 3 14 11 13 Sturt .. .. 1 5 6 1 20 18 111 Hindmarsh .. 13 7 3 13 21 9 Prospect .. .. 11 3 1 10 Z7 7 Gleneg ....... 11- 9 2 5 22 : Last Saturday's results: First League.-Prospect, 2 goals, defeated Hindmarsh, 1 goal; Souths, 2 goals, defeated Sturt, nil; Norths, 3 gcils, defeated Ports, 1 goal; Cheltenham, 2 goals, defeated Gleneig, 1 goal. B Grade.--Imerials, 6 goals, defeated GlenZlg, 1 goal; Sturt B, 7 goals, defeated ;-scot Park, 1 goal; Port B, 4 goals, defeated •Souths 1 goal. . LEAGUEi JOTTINGS. *A big margin of points separates Chelten ham from Glenelg. The latter were unlike; to lose to Cheltenham last Saltrday. Glene:g have had one great failing since their for mation-lack of good forwards, only five goalE being scored after three months' play. This division should be strengthened. South Ade l...
LIVING IN TENT Premier Will Investigate MOUNT REMARKABLE CASE [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
LIVING IN TENT Premier Will Investigate MOUNT REMARKABLE CASE The case of Mr. Woodhead, a returned soldier, who hzd been forced to live in a .ent at Mount Remarkable owing, as lihe aleged, to the Department of Repatria tio'. failing to build him a house as pr; mised. was mentioned by ~Ir. Edwards in the Assembly todayv. Mr. Edwards asked if the Premier had had his attention tlrawn to it, and if so would he look into the matter. Sir Henry Barwel--I have not seen 'the report, but I will look into the matter.
GLENORCHY LINE. Question of Safety [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
OLENORCHY LINE. Question of Safety The question whether the line at Gle norchy was safe for traffic is to have investigation. The railway officials de clined to express an opinion. One offi cia! stated that the regulation dealing with trac in flood time was strict. He said he had been informed by a rail-i way official at G!encrchy that the gan ger had been patrolling his section which included Glenorchy-throughout the night, and that he had been pre vailed upon to take a rest. a short time before the accident happened. Mr. Lawson, Premier of Victoria, ques tioned with Iregard to holding a public en quiry, said he was reservifig judgment for the present. (Reference to this will be found on page 1.)
ON 'CHANGE [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
i An tlr .low nda was experienced' on the Stock Exchange ttoday. (Connoniwealth1 Loa);; were well quoted, but only mod.frate sales were booked. The 41' per cents. due 1927 and the 6 per cents. matur ing- 1!::0 wre unchanged at £97 10/ and £192 Srespective!y. The 4% per cents. 1925 were sold Iat -97i 7,;i and 1:97 10/, and 5 per c-nts. due I1'27 at -"97 17/6 and £97 15/. Investmcents were quiet. Fair turnover was booked in Adelaide Electric Rights at / anti Adelaide Electric 6 per cent. prcf. at 21/9. Standard Salt sold at 3/6, and tiarris, Sc-Ite at 20/1%. Debentures and wheat certificates were passed by. V A slight easin gwas apparent in copper stocks, the oonly transsations being Mount Lyell at Barriers were weaker. Brokens were traded at 23/3 and Britis; at 21/9. Junctions firmeed a point to 3;3, but Norths eased to 55/6 and 55/41/. El-Lcrolytic Zinc pref. weakened tto 80/. Gold-mining bharcs were slow. Mutoorces opened at the finmwer price of 4/8, and finned slightly on moderate...
METAL MARKET ALL-ROUND FALL [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
METAL MARKET ALL-ROUND FALL According to advices received by the Aus tralian Metal Exchange, London Metal Ex change (middle) quotations for August 1 are as follow: Copper, standard, on spot (fall 7/6)--£64 18/9 ]w-" tO1O. Copper, three months (fall 7/6)--~65 13/9 Ier" ton. Copper, electrolytic (fall 5,')--72 per ton. Lea3d, soft foreign, spot--£24 7/6 per ton. LRad, forward (fall 5/)--£24 5/ per ton. Spelter, srot (fall 7/t)--£31 7/6. Spelter. for'wal d (fall 7/6)--£31 2/6. Tin, standard, spot (fall 20/)--£183 1716. T'in. three months (iall 13/)--£1S4 17/6. S!lver, standard, cash-2/G 7-8. Silver, forward (fall 1-1ld.)-2/6½. Silver, fine, cansh-2/9 5-16. biluyer. for \ard (fall 1-16d.)-2/8 15-16.
TRADE WITH EAST Commissioner Method Unfavorable EXTENDED CREDIT NECESSARY [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
TRBLE WITH EAST Commissioner Mlethod Unfavorable -4-- EXTENDED CREDIT NECESSARY While thl.e pack -and general appea rance of Australian goods has a certain .-trimnptal ·ffect on our trade with the East, that that is not the problem is the considered opinion of Mr. ('. E. Gibson. who for the past four years has been manager of the Queensland Insu r:ance Company. lie is in Adelaide on holiday. "Being an Australian and in a posi tion to watch the "general trend of things, I have bccn keenly interest~ed in Australian trade with the ]East." he said this morning." The more I see of it and the more enquiries I make the more-I am convinced that we are going about it in the wrong way. "I cannot Fee where the system of Trade Commissioners is going to gain us any direct trade. They will do a certain amount of good, of coirse, but there is a quicker and more direct method. To understand the situation better let me explain the conditions as I found them in Singapore. "The two countries against w...
Australian Hurdle Candidates [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
Australian Hurdle Gandidates I The chief event at the V.A.T.C. meet-, ing to be run at Caulfield next Satur day will be the Australian Hurdle Race, and eight runners are down to face the starter. The field will comprise: AUSTRALIAN HURDLE. Of £2,100, £1,500 to go to the first horse, £400 to the second, and £200 to the third. Three miles and a half (less 92 yards). BERRINBO (Ritualist-Equalise), aged, 11 11ii. Trainer, N. D. Godby; rider, H. Thompson. In the Grand Natio nal Hurdle Race Berrinbo scored easily, but on that occasion he only carried 9 6. Since then the Ritula list gelding has succeeded over hurdles and on the flat, and he is a strong favorite for Saturday's event. ,IOISEL (Blankney II.-Coopeannna), aged, 11 3. Trainer, S. P. Casey; rider, W. 31urrell. Owing to an ir regularity in his nomination form Roisel was ineligible to start in the bijg Flemington race. Casey's charge is working well, but has not shown much race form of late. He is a good stayer, and many have to be...
SPORT AND SPORTSMEN RACING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
BY "AINTREE" RACING NOTES The annual meeting of the South Aus traian Jockey Club will be held at the Town Hall at 3 o clock tomorrow. Mucih interest is being created in the election of committeemen, as there are eight candi dates for the four vacant seats. Me-ssr. John Barker, R. E. H. Hope, L. \V. Bakewell, and F. WV. Whyte are the retir ing members, but those gentlemen are again offering their services, and in addi tion Messrs. R. W Bennett, R. M1. Cud more, F. H. Downer, and Dr. C. V. Welils are in the field. Much work has bcc-n;l effected on behalf of all the candidate:, and not only club members, but racegoers~ generally will await with interest the result of the poll. In the Winter Handicap run at Gawler on the opening day last season, Len scored an easy victory, and returned h!is supporters the handy dividend of £f15 14/ for each £ invested. Leon is engaged in the same event next Saturday, and it is quite possible that he will repeat the performance. BERRIMBO (EH. Thompson), ...
EVANSTON COURSE [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
. EVANSTON COURSE? Notwithstsanding the fact that heavy rains have fallen in the north during the last couple of days Mr. M. F. Othamrns (secretary Gawler Club) re ports that the course is in fairly good condition, and if no further heavy downpours fall between today and Sa turday the going will be in capital order.
COUNTRY LEADER Speech In Assembly LANDWORKERS' RIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
IOUNTRY LEAIEI Speech In Assembly LANDWORKERS' RIGHTS Continuing the debate on the address in-reply in the Assembly today, Mr. MeC Intosh. leader of the Country Party, sa~i it was to be regretted that the Trea. surer was not with the House. -le wae entirely in accord with Mr. Heggaton's speech, which implied that he was not in full accord with the Liberal pllcv Voices-When did he say that?" Mr. McIntosh--He did not say it. 14 implied it. Years ago, Mr. McIntosh said. he took up land at Pinnaroo, and he found sines then it had been a land 'of promise But if the Government continued in the same way as it had been doing it would not be a land of promise. There were many problems which faced the produ. cer, who was doing his part magnifi. cently. If land settlement did not come, and further production was not made it could not be laid at the farmers' door. If a living wage were regarded as a necessity and maximum comfort de, manded for city workers, what wa, wrong with applying the same...
S.A.J.C. Secretary [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
S S.A.J.C. Secretary ~----- In Mr. A. V. Kewney the S.A.J.C. have a very popular and efficient officer. He was appointed secretary in ]919, and previous to that was secre MIR. A. V. K~E~WNE~Y. tary of the Kalgoorlie Racing Club for nearly five years. Mr. Kewney was born in Cheshire, England, in 1S73, and came to Aus tralia in 1896 as attorney for several London mining companies. Throughout his life the S.A.J.C. official has taken a keen interest in horseracing, but since his appointment with the Kal goor!ie Club--eight years ago--he has not Nmade a wager of any kind. Although closely associated with min ing and racing,, he has never been im bued with the speculative spirit, and admits that he gets plenty of enjoy ,ment out at racing without betting.
TODAY'S MOOREFIELD RACES SYDNEY, Today. THE HURDLE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
TODAY'S MOOREFIELD RAGES SYDNEY, Today. THE HURDIE RACE. WANGALLA ...... ...... 1 Naropus ................ Spear Song .......... 3 Fiour others. Winner's price, 2 to 1. Won by three lengths. Time 3.53. MOOREFIELD HANDICAP. SYCEONELLE .... .........." Love Spear ........ ........ Laskey .... ............ . . " " Four others. Winner's price, 7 to 2. Won by a length. Time, 2.10. MAIDEN ILH~NICAP. First Division. GOLDEIDN WHEAT .... ....... ' " Goldbeater ................... John Sands......... ......... Eight others. Winner's price, 4 to 1. Won by a neck. Time, 1.18. MAIDEN HANDICAP. Second Division. QUEEN ELIZABETH .. * * "* " 2 Shailylafd .... ...... "" 3 WVebley .... . "........ Nine others. Winner's price, 5 to 1. Won by a head. Time, 1.19%. FLYING WELTER. (First Division). UNCLE ALEX .... ........ Rose Vive .... " .......... 3 Earl Palm . .... ... . " Six others. on V'inLer's price, 9 to 4. o length. Time, 1.18%. FLYING WrELTER. (Second Division.) I ROCK DQVE...... ........ :: Lin...
Year's Road Costs—£413,831 [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
Year's Road Cots--ts1413 The amount spent last fiancial.l. 1?' the Government on roads, 1nclud- : to district councils, was sae , b i Priemier in the Assembly tod? Y £413,831 13/5. Sir Henry aBrwell, Prefl~l' Melbourne by the express ~ noon to consult with Mr. ru - Minister) on taxation matter,