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PIPES WILL SKIRL Lauder Arrives Tomorrow [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923

PIPES WILL SKiiL Lauder Arrives Tomorrow To tLe accompaniment of the skirling pipes, Sir Harry Lauder will leave the Adelaide Railway Station tomorrow1 morning and march to the Town Hall. where Mr. Cohen, the Lord Mayor, hasj ar.nanged for a. number of prominent, citizens to meet the famous Scotchl comedian. It is not often that the Caicdoznian Barnd is seen in full action in the atbets, and this, in conjunction with the fact that this is the Scot's last visit to Australia, means unusual interesL The Laird will be accompanied by Mr. D. Carroll. Sir Harry, who is supported by a strong company, opens a fortnight?'s season at the Theatre Royal tomorrow Dght. He has many new numbers. In addition to the reception and wel come at the railway station, other func tions have been arranged. Mr.~ Jo~sep Brerman S!?tak~ i~nds Wirh Joe Brennan, th~e Damre

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923

TOWN HALL LAUDER Direction~..... Ta D~.........J and"--F e Vas rrm n -_Di. C. Williamson, Ltd V.ievme and TODAY, Direction.......... J. & N. Tait* Adelaidn es te son, Ltd. i F V S an g Less Harry Rickards Tivoli TODAY, TONIGHT geTOMORROW VL S mORe A SECOND CONCERT § Manager ...... .. Herbert My Smart Revue Theatres, Ltd. TO R TOMORROW NIGHT m THE LAUGHTER SEASON STA]~S ON ALWAYS GOOD AND ALWAYS e .. 5Dix Baerrsen mted. HAVE YOU SEEN SWANSON The Triumph of --T-ICE A DAY. grove's Celebrity Vaudeville, by ar SATURDAY NIOHT, at 8 A Dazzling Revue of the Moment by rangement with Harry G.u o ALL NEXT WEEK o M*. . ' 0 W Sh l' the Tivoli Theatres, Sydney and Mel- ALL N M= seiwitsch 1 & Tr = Ward and Sherman's - u The Picture Sensation of IN Memory cannot recall any reception ren ATIN T-DA AT Ar e e Yensa n o = so wonderful as that accorded the HARRY LAUDER cTO-NIGHT AT 8. Yeark Prince of Pianists last night.. In a Bright Rib-tickling Burlesque. S(br arrangement with E. J. CA...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BEFORE THE PUBLIC [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923

BEFORE THE PUBLIC Lieut -C. ,T. L. Hardi , D.S.O., AB aistant Adjutant alnd(1 Quartermas-ter General of tho Second Cavalry Divi sion, is on a hurried visit from MeI bourne in connection with administra tive duties for the light horse. He has come over to s?ce Col. (C. P. itutler in regard to the c(avalry campls to be held in February and March of next year. "It is more than )robable," .said Lieut. Col. Ilardie, "that the cavalry camps wvill be held in the vicinity of Adolaio instead of Gawler. Itf this. is adopted the people will be given a letter .oppor tunity to witness thf? fne and unusual work of the cavalry divisions." Mr, Normrnn Thomas, of Adelaide, who has invented a device for the prevention of telegraphist's cranp. Reference to this appears on another page. Employes of TV. H. Burford and Sons, Ltd., met at lunch time Tuesday to bid farewell to Mr. TV. C. Hotten, en gilneer in charge of the buildings and c'onstruction of the new works at Dry Creek. Mr. Darmody presided, and...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BRY ROAD CONSTRUCTION [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923

BRY ROAD CONSIRUCIION Some time ago a start was made on the construction of the Bay road, which is in a bad state. Commencing from Morphettvile the road has been reformed as far as the Plympton post office The work is still proceeding. Mr. Fle!ming, Engineer of Ro:ads and Bridgs. estimates that it will tale two or three monthis to completo it, in cluding thre portion from Morphett riyle to Glenelg. At present the road is only being re formed. As soon as su!pplies arrive a bituminous concrete track will be con structed. It is expected that the real construction wi!l not be attempted un til after the wet seascn.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LATE WEATHER REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923

LATE W'EATHER REPORTS The levels of the Murray, Murrum bidgee, and Darling Rivers are:--Gun dagai, 19.ft. 9 in.; -asgga, 13 ft. 6 in.; Deniliquin, 16 ft. 4 in.; Hay, 22 ft. 6 in.; iMIoulamein, 14 ft. 5 in.; Goodoga, low; Mogil, low; Namoi, 6 ft.; Barwon, 9 ft. 3 in.; Brewarrina, 4 ft. 8 in.; Bourke, 4 ft.; Louth, low; Tilpa, 10ow; Wil cannia, low; Pooncarie, low; Werit worth, 15 ft.; Albury, 12 ft. 6 in.;' Echuca, 28 ft. 4 in.; Euston, 24 ft. 4 in.;, Morgai, 12 ft. 8. inr:. Renmrark, 15 ft. 1 in, -

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
IMPERIAL CONFERENCE Subjects For Discussion LONDON, August 2. [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923

IMPERIAL CONFERENCE Subjects For Discussion (REUTER'S.) LONDON, August 2. In the House of Ccmmons, replying to Sir Norton Griffiths, Mr. Baldwin (Prime Minister) stated it was proposed, as in 1921, at the opening meeting of the Imperial Conference to inclhde pre liminary statements as regards the gene ral position on the main issues of Im )erial Ipolicy. This would be followed first by a review of foreign affairs since the 1921 conference, and consideration bf Present antd tuture policy. There would be discussions on naval and military air defence, including a review of the naval situation resulting from the WVashington Conference and arrangements for futuro co-operation in all branches of defence. Attention would be devoted to ques tions of principle referred to the Im Perial Conference from the Imperial Economic "onference, including Imperial air and wireless communications, and probably certain specially important eco nomic questions to Australia. It was also suggested that a dis...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MILITARY CAPTIVES Ireland Refuses Release LONDON, August 2. [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923

MILITARY GAPTIVES Ireland Refuses Release (REUTER;S.) LONDON, August 2. Following the decision of the Free State Appeal Court to the effect that as conditions of armed revolt no longer existed in Ir~a'nd the Government wal not entitl.d to detain thousanls of pri soners in military custody, the .Free State Pirliamnent has rushed through a Bill providing for the arrest and de tention by the executive of persons tor six months .wi{hoout any charge being preferred, against them. Mfr. O'Higgins, Minister of Home Af fairs, in moving the suspension of the Standing Orders, in order to take the Bill through. declared the immediate re lease of the prisoners who were most reckless and had warred against the State would he a great disaster. Labor members opposed the motion, which was carried by 42 votes'to 4.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AFTER SIXTY YEARS Port Landmark Goes [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923

AFTER SIXTY YEARS Port Landmark floes Ore.of the oldest buildings in Dlvett street, Port Adelaide, is now being de mclished. It is a brick two-storered structure at the western end of the street, and wa serected more than 60 years ago. The South Australian Company, which owned the first wharves at the p,'rt. built this as a, residence for their wharfinger, and it was occupied for matry vY.ea'? by Ir. Anthony, who ille?r that 'position. It is now being demolished by Mr. H. Pnderr for the Melbourne Steamship Company. which recently bought it. The company will shortly erect a handsome two-storeyed reinforced ccn crete office building on the site, which s in thq busin?-s heart of the seaport.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LONGEST IN EMPIRE O-Tara Railway Tunnel. OPENING TOMORROW WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923

LONGEST IN EMPIRE 0=Tara Railway Tunnel. OPENING TOMORROW WELLINIGTON (N.Z.), Today. Otara tunnel, the long'st in the Bri t.ish Empire, will be officiily tepenred tomcorrow. The completion of the tun nel, which is 5Vm miles long through thel Southern Alps, will unite by rail the east and west coasts of thec Sout!h Is land. and is an event of historic as well as commercial importance. The railway-the constructed of which 3s completed-reaches its highest point at the east end of the tunnel, 2,435 ft. On August 12, 1907 the contract for the driving of the tunnel was let for £599,894, and the time of completion was fixed at five years. The contrac itors began the work on April 15, 1908, but .-the task proved too heavy for thenm, and the undertaking was taken over by the Government in 1912 before it w:as half completed. It was not until 3920 that the tunnel was ready for the final s tage-electrification--which has now been completed by the English Electric 'Company. It carries a single r...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GRAIN AND PRODUCE [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923

GRAIN AND PRODUCE WHEAT.-Prlvate cable advices received in Adelaide this morning report little or no improvement in the London market for wheat. In one quarter the position was stated to be weak, but in another quarter the market was reported to be steadier, though Australian wheat lacked buyers. The cargo of the s.s. Annam was said to be offering at 45/ a quarter. 'There is still tn absence of business on spot, and sellers' ideas for parcels range fronm 4/6 to 4/7,.. Merchants' buying prices for farmers' lots are on the basis of 4/3, to 4/4%, a bushel on trucks main shipping ports. FLOUR.--Export trate is quiet. The South -',i:tr'lian .illowm,,"e.' As. o, istion price for flour for bakers' lots is £10 17/6 for 2,000 lb,, ielivered city or suburbs. IBRAN AND IPOLLAIDI).-The association price for both products is £7 1G/6 for 2,000 lb.. in. trucks Mil-End. .5naller quantities are quoted at 1/9 a bushel net delivered aus (?jt?.u at 1;ij'- a tuIlnECI net delive?ed city or suburbs. A :it...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923

FARM AMF OAIY PRODUC£ BUTTER.-The distributing price for choi cest quality butter is now 1/8 to 1/8', prints ?d. a lb. extra; bert separators and dairy, i/4" to 1i,%: second grade bulk, 1/3½ to 1/4; stores. 1/1 to 1/32. iEGGS.--Incrceased offcriugs of eggs have told against the market. Fresh hen (by rail and steamer) are now qucted at 1/1; duck, 1/2: Adelaide Infertile Egg Association ("Hed Corrb" brand), 1/5. % CIEESE.--There is a shortage of cheese on zpt. In addition to a good local de mand, there is a steady enquiryfo r ship ment to Westcern Australia. Prices have advanced hby about -2d. a lb., and quotations now rarge from 1/2 to 1/3 a lb. I ACON.--Supplies are about eq.al to trade requirementLs, but with the advance in prices for pi?s the nmarket tends firmer. The dis tri-'tuting price for prime tales is -1/1., iriddles. I1/?, and rolls I1l.. IHAI-S.--In a quiet market raw hams are quoted at 1,4 and 1,t, and cooked at 1/8. SLARD.--rimited supplies of South Austra Ian larI- ,x-...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
INTERSTATE MARKETS SYDNEY, Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923

INTERSTATE MARKETS SYDNEY. Today. Wheatgrowers' lots, 4/2, parcels, .I/S; butter, choicest, 221/ cwt.; cheese, prime loaf and special to 1/5, largo to 1/4 lb., New Zealand 1/2 to 1/3; eggs, new-laid hen 1/S, duck 1/6 and 1/7, pullet 1/4 doz., case hen 1/6, market weak; bacon, sides, 1/ to 1/1½, flitches lid. to 1/, middles 1/3 to 1,:4, shoulders Sd. to 10d.; flour, £11 ton; bran and pollard, each £7 10/ ton: potatoes, Tasmanian Brownells £16, Snowflakes, £15 ton; onions, £6 10/.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LATEST REGISTRATIONS [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923

LATEST REGISTRATIIONS Following is the latest liht of motor vehicles reristered: 23727-.A. FParmers' Co-operative Union, Limi ted, Franklin street, 21 Maxwell. 2"723-Laura Christabel Boyer, Port Elliot, 22.5 Ford. 22729--Henr Vivian Glossop, ~3.8 Dodge 222730-Alfred Worden, Modbury, 23.8 Dodge. 3~2731--.Tulia ,ophia Martin, 1Iamptton bstreet, Firle. 23.8 ])odge. 227?2--William Eduard Martens, Port Pirie 2.3.S Dodge. 2273--John Prideaux, ?2 North piarade, Tor roneville, 23.8 Dodge. 22734--Yorketown Butter Factory, Yorketown, 23.S Dodge. 7'.S--Becnnett & Fisher, Limited, Currie street, 21.7 Chevrolet. 22734--4;erdon Mackinnon Muirbead, Springton, 23.3 Ford. 2737--John Charles Niholls, Mount Gambier, 21 ChevrTolet. 22T273,--E-ric Sullivan Ba.rrfather, c/o Reid and Hrg-rave, Pirie street, 23.8 Dodge. 2373 -Thomas Peebles Menzics, 17 West tor race. Kensington Gardens, 27.36 Overland. 22740-Donald Barton Kingsborough, Pundonda, 21 Maxwell. -'741--Williram Richard Parkyn, Beetaloo ...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THIS SEASON'S WOOL On Way Down River RENMARK, Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923

THIS SEASON'S WOOL On Way Down River RENMARK. Today. The s.s. Marion passed through' here yesterday on its way from Echuca laden with wool from Warrakoo Station, the first for the shearing season. "Someone was telling me, William, that the soil round here is exceptionally fertile." "Well, 'e's a liar, sir. It'll grow any thlng." It was a poker team that needed watching. "aving watched for some time, one of its members formed his conclusion and acted on IL" "No, boys," he announced, rising to his feet, "this Is where I quit. This bunch ain't running straight-somebody's cheatizr Brown ain't playing the hand I dealt him."

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923

A FEW OF THE MANY DESIRABLE HOMES WE SHAVE FOR SALE AT FULLARTON Admidraly tstuated, commanding a fine view of the hills, splendid Bridk Bungalow of 6 good rooms, with all necessary conveniences, including E.L., gas and wood sto yes, bathroom complete, &c. The garden is nicely laid out back and front, containing fruit trees, lawns, &c. An ideal Home in an ideal position. Inspect without delay. The price is very moderate, £1,350. y No. 323. AT ROYSTON PARK AT HYDE PARK EXCEPTIONAILY GOOD VALUE. Delightfully Modern Bungalow, Handsome Residence, faithfully built built of brick and roughcast, con- of stone and brick, containing 6 taining 5 good rooms, and the u.- large rooms and every modern and to-date conveniences include baru- conceivable convenience, including room with Doulton bath and heater, bathroom, pantry, E.L., and power, pantry, cellar, copper and troughs, gas and wood stoves, laundry, garage, gas stove, E.L. and power. Rain- &c. The land is 45 ft. by...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NAVAL AND MILITARY Brigade Activities [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923

N igae AcNiDities Following is the weekly itinaryof the.3rd Infantry Brigade:- Evenings.-Monday--Band Practice, 10th Battalion, Parade Ground; NC.O. Cladsses "C" Co., 10th Battalion, Kensington; Area 4Sb, Prospect (also officers); Area ?7a, Unley (Miniature rifle shooting). Tuesday.--Orderly Rooms--3rd Infantry Bri gade, Keswick; 10th Battalion, Parade Ground; 27th Battalion, Keswick and Jnley (B Co.); 43rd Battalion, Alberton and Kil kenny (B Co.); 48th Battalion, Southwark; Area 10b, Kensington; Area 27a, Unlcy; Area 27b, Glenelg; Area 43a, Alberton and Kilkenny; Area 48a, Southwark; Area 48b, Prospect. N.C.O. Classes-Areas 10b,-27a, and 48a. Bugle Practice-Area 48a. Wednesday.-Orderly Room, Area 10a, Parade Ground. N.C.O. Classes--O10th Bat talion,. 27th Battalion, Area 10a; Area 27a, Miniature rifle shooting; Area 48a, Physical Training Class. Thursday.-Officers' Classes, 10th Battalion, 43rd Battalian, 4Sth Battalion, .and Area 43a. N.C.O. Classes--34rd Battalion, 48th Battalio...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LATE SHIPPING MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923

LATE SHIPPINO MEL13OURNE. Arrived Today.-Larg- Bay, from London; Argyllshire, from Liverpool; Waihora, from New Zealand. Expected Arrivals.-Mackarra, from Ade laide; Tenessee, from Sundswall. SYDNEY. Arrived Yesterday.-Boral, from London. Arrived Today.-Corrimal, from Adelaide. Sailed Yesterday.-Changsha, for Hong Kong; David Lloyd George, for Melbourne.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SYDNEY STOCK EXCHANGE [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923

SYDNEY STOCK EXCHANGE ~-0-- YI)NEY, This; Day.--£1.O Bonds, 41,, 1~27, £!;7 13/9: 5 per cent., 19,3, £101 16/3; G Iper cent., 1930, £1.2 15: £10 Bonds, 4½,, 1927. £9 14/3: G's, 1930, £104 (; : Commercial Bank, IS'ydnve, £z.i 7/4; Iluddart, Parker-, 40,:; Aus tralian Gla~. 2.9: CumtN.rbland ?st pref.. 21/6; Dunicp, 24/6; Engl-h Electric, 2.,'i; lMeggitt'Es, 12"5; Nestle, ~39; : Iclert Reid 2nd pref., ,23;9; Smith's Newspapers preL, 30.6; Wilcox, 29/1]; New Guinea, 13:3; British Australian, 13/3; Hills, 26/;3; G weeks, 24'.;; Souths, 6 weeks, 4,/3, cash 42'9 :Christmnas Gift c on.. 1/1½; South L.ucknow, 3/8, paid lid.: lucar\uting, ; weeks, 35f1, one month 35/9; Haw Ang, 2/8½.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TODAY'S SHIPPING COASTAL AND OVERSEAS [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923

_ TOBDAY'S SHIPPING COASTAL AND OVERSEAS Tides at Semaphore Tomorrow.-Low water, noon; high water, p.lrn. ARRI VALS. AT pOT' AIDELAIDE. Karoola, s., 7.Di., W. C. E. Morgan, Syd ney and Melbourne. Mcllwraith, McEacharn, Co., City; J. Rawlings & Son, Port, agents. Eumerali-, s., <1d, D. C. Forsyth, Mcl bourne. Howard smith Company, agen:. L.,dy Isobel, s., 1.40J, H. Mills, caitern Stlates. Patrick Steamship Line, agent,. hapTara, s.. M42. Srexer's Gulf ports. Quorna, s., o). Spn:eers Gulf ports. DEPARTURES. FROM ,1ORT ADELAIDE. IK;,ratta, s. Poit -VilcellL Koporola, s., Ardrossau. IM PORTS. I.aroo!a, eastern States--1,000 tons general cargo. Eunmeralla, Melbourne--G00 tons merchan dise. ,Lady Isobal, eastern States--,100 tons ge nera! cargo. V, -ELS DUE. INTELRSTATIE. Camira., s., Towlnsville (Saturday). Macedion, s., .NewcasUe (.,,od.y ,. Blarwon, s., Newcastle (Sunday). Komura, s., Newcastle (Wednesday). Dimboola, S., Fremanule (August b). Zealandia, S., eastern S...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
OUST PAPER MARK Bank Rate Raised GERMAN CABINET'S SCHEME (PUBLISHED IN "THE TIMES.") [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923

OUST PAPER MARK Bank Rate Raised -4-- GERMAN CABINET'S SCHEME (PUBLISHED IN "THE TIMES.") The Reichsbank has decided upon a policy of severly restricting credits in future, and with this end in view is raising the bank rate. The previous rate the bank acted as a sort of fairy godmother, lending at 18 per cent. and permitting repayment at the face value, which might have deprecated 50 per cent. or more. Thel bank has also decided to introduce cre dits fixed on value, .the basis of which wiltiproba~bly be, Security. Commercial Bitis: The schenio J; ap )ar2p)tY Aitri ded. for cases: in wihich a barnk :mlgiht otherwise be cihstrained to refuse cre dits. Repayments will be made Plus 80 per cent. estimated depreciation. Herr Haverstein announced that the bank would open so-called gold ac counts, meaning fixed value accounts, thus coming into line with other princi pal banks, as well as giving a fresh mneasurg of official recognition to the movement to oust the paper mark from business dea...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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