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BILLIARDS [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
BILLIARDS The lthird round of the preimnaries in cn nect!on with the amateur championshiP9 of tie S.A. Billiard Association was played last night between P. J. Henne~sy and C. T. Fisher. After an inlterestin~g coutest Hennessy ran to his pointb (1350) when Fisher wa3 540. Neither competitor was able to put up a recard break, the highest being 35, made by [Iennes:y. Tonight A. Demodena (a former champian) met~s (:. . 1oon!ott. la;t year'. winner of Ta;t, (erCilI tournament, and an exci.ing tuisle is .xportl. T'he game ,-ill commence at the Ice Billiard IHll at 7.30 shap.
TEST CRICKET Status of Players DISCUSSION IN ENGLAND (UNITED SERVICE.) LONDON, July 31. [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
TEST CRICKET Status of Players DISCUSSION IN ENGLAND (UNITED SERVICE.) LONDON, July 31. It is stated that the question of test match status arises with the considera-I tion of the case of T. C. Lowry, a New Zealander.. who headed the averages for MIacLaren's team against New Zealand last year. It is asked whether he has definitely committed himself by playing on the English side. The precedents are not conclusive, the'ruling as to the Australian player Midwinter, who was in both EngJlish and Australian elevens. being that it is subject to the goodwill of the other side. N- objection arose when Albert Trott played for England after pl]aying for Australia. Frank Mlitchell played for South Africa after helping England, and Murdoch, Ferris and Sammy Wood played for England after Australia.
SMITHFIELD INSTITUTE SMITHFIELD, Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
SMITHFIELD INSTITUTE SMITHFIELD, Today. I·-. J. BWake presided over the an nual meeting of subscribers of the in :stitute. The secretary and treasurer (Mr-. K. V. Day) presentel a report which showed :an increase of member ship and a credit balance of £15. The following oficers were elected:- President. MIr. J. Blake; vice-president, ilMr. .M. G. Smith, secre:a:y and trea surer, Mr. K. V. Day: committee, Messrs. J. Roberts. WV. K. Adams. E. A. Thomas, J. 13. Judd. H. Burden, R. J. Lxlanogue, R. Ba'd. R. and P. D. Ta- lor, and W'. V,'al: auditors, Messrs. S. Cawrse and K. C. Blake.
MEAT INDUSTRY Employes' Interstate Conference [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
MEAT INDUSTRY .... -- Employes' Interstate Conference The sixteenth annual conference of the Australian Meat Industry IEm .ployes' Union will begin in Adelaide on Auzust 13. All the States will be ropresented. The South Australian br'anch has aranged a programnme of entertain mcnt for the delegates. Among the notices on the aenda is one dealing with the advisability of tho erganisation linking up with the O.B.U. Conference will be presided over by Mr. Valtecr Mood. the Federal president and secretary of the South Australian branch.
HOCKEY SOUTH AUSTRALIAN WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION. PREMIERSHIP LIST. A GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
HOCKEY SOUTH AUS1fRAIJAAN WQMEFN'S ASSOCIATION. PREMIERISHIP LISI. A GRADE. Club. Games. Goals. P. W. D. L. For. Agst. Pts. Aroha...... 11 8 2 1 38 8 18 University .. 1I 8 1 3 37 2. 17 Blackwood .. 1 G 1 4 16 11 13 Teachers 1Col lege .... 11 6 - 5 20 22 12 Heathpoot .. 11 4 1 6 21 23 9 Umloc .... 11 3 1 7 16 23 7 Gawlor .. .. 11 - - I 1 44 - C GIRADE. Blackwood Ill. 12 0 2 1 43 11 20 Teachers' Col lege II. .. 12 6 - 6 21 33 12 Adelaide High .. School II... 12 4 2 6 18 22 10 GawlerI. ... 12 1 2 8 9 i5 6 B GRADE SEIEI-FLNALS. Adelaide High School L v. Aroha IL--A draw; will be played again on Saturday. LEMNOS V. BLACKWOOD II. The following have been selected to represent South Australia at the All Australian IHockey Carnival to be held in Melbourne on August 13i to 20:-M. Hancock, A. De Laine, W. Peek, G. Rloberts, G. (andy, K. Grubb, L. Morris, IE. Mc Carthy, V. Macghey, L. Roach, E. Latlin: E. Tazowell, and P. Webb.
SOLDIERS' FUND Assisting Tubercular Men [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
SOLDIERS' FUND Assisting Tubercular Men Commenting this morning on the re port that the povecrty-stricken soldiers in Melbourne are suffering from tuber culosi., Mr. H. E. WVinterbottom. sec retary of the South Australian Soldiers' Fund, said that in this State a returned soldier who had contracted consumption after hisi discharge from the military should bring his case before the fund. "If the case is bona-fide," Mr. WVin terbottom expl-ined, "his income will be made up to the ,,lary he was receiv ing before his illness. In the case of returned men totally incapacitated the fund pensions them on the following scale:-Married man with one child, £3 10/ a week; two children, £3 15/; three children and more, £4 a week, for however long the illness lasts." "Does this apply to soldiers suffering from other diseases?" "In any legitimate case of illness caus ing unemployment the Soldiers' Fund assists on the same scale as mentioned. Of course, where the illness arises from wvar causes or t...
RIFLE SHOOTING SATURDAY'S FIXTURES [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
RIFLE SHOOTING (By "Foresight.") SATL;RDAY'S FIXTURES Adelaide--Practice. Goodwood United-Trophy Match. Port Adelaide-Annual Meeting. INTERCTLUB FIALS LAST SATURDAY. The threatened rain held off long enough last week-end to allow shooting to be proceeded with uninterruptedly. A strong 10 o'clock wind gusty at times, made shooting difficult, and many nmisses were registered. The changing light added to the trouble, and many points were lost for elevation. Adelaide No. 1 more than hold their own, winning the championship and A Grade handi cap. For the winners R. H. Hall made 74, wnich was the highest score for ·the day, equal to C. C. Ca?tin. in Adelaide No. 2, who took the honors in the count out. Cyclist No. 2 accounted for B Grade handicap, and Adelaide No. 4 were top. in C Grade. In the championship Port Adelaide again took second place, counting out Cyclists No. 1 with an equal score. Shooting was of a low standard, Adelaide No. 1 being the only team apparently able in any way to...
CUSTODIAN OF ORDER Speaker of the House [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
CUSTODIAN OF ORDER Speaker of the House Sir Richard ;utler, Speaker of the House of Assembly, a position not alto geth.,r congenitl to his active and youthful temperament, has had a long and distinguished public carcer of a; third of a century without intermis sion. It is 26 years since Sir Richard :irst held ofice as a Minister of the c:rwn, his portfolios being lE2ducation, A\griciul rure. and Post Office. On the advent of Federation he succeeded :he late Sir Frederick Holderl as Treasurer, bolding the position for four years, dur ing which he made :an enviable name for himself by ihi:s courlag-e and mastery of detail. At that time he was also 3linister of Marine, Coinuiss;,nc~' of Crown Lands, and Miii.;t,?r of Agricul ture, and succede:l In passing the Outer Harbor Bill, which has since been designated by some-not the ma jority-as "Butler's Folly." Vested in terests in Port Adelaide were strongly opposed to the Dill, because of a mis taken idea that the trade of the port would b...
BOXING More Australian Champions MATERIAL HERE [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
BOXING -4--.- More Australian Champions -4-- MATERIAL HERE That South Australia has material for two more Australian champions is the opinion of Jack hobby, manager of the Unley- Stadium. The material is represented in the middleweight Ten Monson, and the welter Fred Segar. "I might not be here much longer," remarked the promoter, "but I am going to do my utmost to bring Alf. Stewart across to fight Monson for the midd!eweight championship of Austra lia. I consider him the most attractive fighter that we have at present. le has made great strides. His first fight wsa with Pat Mill., which resulted in a draw. Then followed his victery over Bill Scroggins, and, o fcourse, hi latter fights with Williams, one of the most promising boys in Australia, and BIarney Thomp son are still fresh in the minds of enthusiasts. "Waddy, Monson, and Segar are boxers who can hold their own with any boys their weight in Australia. It is in the lighter divisions that South Australia is lacking. There are...
DISAPPOINTED IMMIGRANTS Stowaways Sent Back SWORN STATEMENTS TAKEN MELBOURNE, Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
DISAPPOINTED IMMIGRANTS Stowaways Sent Back SWORN STATEMENTS TAKEN MELBOURTNE, Today. Sworn statements made before the Governor cf Cey'lcon by disaDppointed Western Au.tralian immigrants who stowed away on the Ormrnuz and were imprisoned at Colombo, are now on the way to the Colonial Oxtice in London. This action, which is consequent upon the recent criticism of Western Austra lia's immigration policy indulged in by immigrants who resorted to the same Drocedure as the slowaways on the Ormuz to get back to England, should result in further action being taken by the officials here to ascertain whether the fault lies at home or abroad. The information that the Ceylon authorities had taken action reached Melbourne when the Orvieto arrived yesterday. The three disappointed men found on the Ormuz were returned to Fremantle on the ship, another Onnuz stowaway-a, sailor deserter-also being on board. They are said to have exhibited in Ceylon departmental communications in which an argument d...
TROTTING [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
TROTTIN( I Rumors that thi Adelaid e Trotting club intend going into recess Ibntil the warmer w'eather are without fourdation. Mr. Le Cornu, secretary, states tl at so long as the track is dafe, racing will bet held every Satur day night Mr. H. C. H-aynes, wh;? presented the trophy to Miss Webster 'bD Saturday night. stressed the necessity c, the Government extending the same toatilizator facilities to trotting as are enjoyed Yay the other racing bodies. The most impressilve P rformance of Satur day night was that registered by Good Oi in the Flying iHandicap.f Starting from 1K5 yards behind scratch, he gradually made up' his leeway, and, reachintg the leaders, 3,.uri!loi King and Redpatch, aC couple of hundredl yards irom home, cut the pair down, and won handscomely at a :galt equal to 2.32 1-t to the mile. a fast run1 considering the state of the track. The Ladies' Race Wa.s annexed by the 20 year-old Prince Huon ?mare. Miss Huon, who! until recently has not, raced for some tir$ S...
Woman With 55 Convictions Enters Salvation Army Home [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
Woman With 55 Convictions Enters Salvation Army Home Fifty-five previous convictions have been recorded against a middle-aged woman whom Mr. E. M. Sabine, P.M., fined 12/ for drunkenness in the Ade laide Police Court today on the under standing that she would go to the Sal vation Army. "This woman," said Plainclothes Constable Homes, who prosecuted, "only came out of gaol yesterday, but her l!ast conviction for drunkenness was in 1921.
SPORTING NOTES NOT A GOAL UMPIRE QUINN EXPLAINS [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
SPORTIN NOTES NOT A iOAL UMPIRE QUINN EXPLAINS A doubt exists as to whether a point kicked in the second quarter of the Norwood-West Adelaide match by Manuel, of West, should have been a goal. Umpire Quinn, who had charge of the match, was questioned this morning concerning it. His explanation was that two West men and Dobson, of Norwood. went up for the ball near the goal line. A wes terner touched it, and the ball fell into Dobson's arms. TVhten the action was completed a West man's arm went round Dobson's neck and the whistle was blown for a free kick. The goal um pire ruled that the ball was dead when it fell into the Norwood man's hands. Therefore it was a behind. The goal umpire had to judge whe ther the ball was out of play, and that being so the free kick could not be given after the ball was dead.
LACROSSE (By "Right Attack.") PREMIERSHIP TABLE. A Grade. [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
LACROSSE (By "Right Attack.") PREMIERSHIP TABLE. A Grade. Goals Club. P. W. L. D. for.ag. P. University .. 10 8 2 -- 9 3·1 16 North Adelaide 10 7 3 - 81 35 14 East Torrens .... 10 7 3 - 89 47 12 Sturt ........10 6 4 -72 57 12 Port Adelaide .. 10 2 8 - 45 111 4 West Torrens . 10 - 10 - 26 127 - B Grade. Deaf Adult .... 12 12 - -120 36 24 University...... 1 7 5 71 43 ]4 turt...........12 7 5 -- 65 46 14l Gocdwood ....... 12 7 5 - 64 53 14 Ea.-t Torrens .. 12 6 5 1 70 56 13 Port Adelaide .. 12 3 9- 52 89 6 North Adelaide .. 12 2 8 2 26 94 1 West Torrens .. 12 2 9 1 43 94 5 C Grade. University ....9 8 1 - 82 '39 16 WVest Torrens 7 5 2 - 40 49 10 Goodwood.. 9 3 6 - 49 67 6 East Torrens . 8 3 5 31 67 6 Port Adelaide .. 7 1 6 - 26 46 2 LAST SATURDAY'S RESULTS. B Grade. East Torrens. 9 goals, beat Sturt, 4 goals. University, 10 goals, beat North Adelaide. 3 goals. Deaf Adult, 12 goals, beat Goodwood, 4 goals. SWest .Torrens, 11 goals, beat Port Adelaide, 5goals. C Grade. University received...
PRAMS ON RAILWAYS [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
PRBAMS ON RAILWAYS _No distinction in the matter of dis tance is made by the Railways Depart mnent in its charges for the carriage of pera&mnbulators. For instance, it costs just as much to convey the baby's car riage from Adelaide to Bowden as it does from the city to Semaphore. In the opinion of Cr. Brown, of Port Adelaide, the Railways Department should carry prams free of charge. He raised the question at last night's meet ing of the Port Council, and pointed out that a flat rate of sevenpence was. charged. "It is a gret hardship to mothers," he complained. After referring to such matters as. increasing the population immigration he asked the council to take the mawtter up. His point was that babies were the best inmmigrants, but there was not much encouragement if mothers had to put up with such hardships as having to pay sevenpence carriage for their perambulators every time they travelled on the railways. TWhere the mother had to pay a four penny train fare she was re...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
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NEW SAFETY ZONES [Newspaper Article] — News — 2 August 1923
NEW SAFETY ZON 3 --- &lt;-»&lt;a- &lt;»" -- Adelaide is brought into line with other modern cities by the decision of the City Council to abolish the ineffective safety zones in King William street and establish new central area s parallel with the tram lines. Under existing conditions, the main street at busy periods is a death trap. Some citizens use the safety zones, others gather along the tram tracks, and the remainder either fill the roadway or walk at an angle toward their approaching trams. This congestion renders motor traffic extremely hazardous and makes impossible the otherwise excellent rule, enforced in many cities, that no motor shall pass a stationary tram car. The experiment of a central zone in Grenfell street was unsuccessful, and failure was due to a more obvious cause than those stated to the City Council by the chairman of the Bylaws Committee. As well expect that everyone should be taught to walk to the left in King William street and t...