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COATS OF ARMS Similarity In Design SYDNEY AND PORT ADELAIDE [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
COATS OF ARMS Similarity In Design SYDNEY AND PORT ADELAIDE Striking s.imilarity is noticed when the coat of n.rms of Sydney and that of Port Adelaide are compared. In each the supporters of the shield are an old-time sailor and an aborigine, while a ship in full sail takes a prominent position in both. The Sydney design embodies the arms of Viscount Sydney, after whom the city was named, and is evidently more recent than the Port Adelaide ,one. for it also contains the arms of Sir Thomas Hughes, who was in office when the title of Lord Mayor was con Sferred on the Sydney dignitary. Port Adelaide has had its design since 1856, when the city was incor porated. The local motto is a Latin one, Haud Pluribus Impar, the transla tion of which is "Not inferior to many," while Sydney has selected, "I take, but I surrender," evidently hav ing reference to the fact that the English party of Captain Cook took possession of the country from the aborigines, but that England later surrendered the...
RIFLE SHOOTING M.D.R.C. UNION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
RIFLE SHOOTING M.D.R.C. UNION MEETING. At the annual general meeting of the Metropolitan Union Mr. A. Whitfield pre sided over a representative gathering from all clubs. Officers elected:-President, Mr. A. Whitfield; vice-president, J. R. Benton; sec retary, C. C. Castine; treasurer, S. A. L. Norman; handicap and selection committee, T. J. Meers, G. Iock. J. R. Benton; delegate to Miniature Union, P. Topham; delegate to Miniature Board of Control, C. H. Dicker; recorder, V. J. Ryan. It was decided that interclub grade and championship match be same as last year. A letter from Semaphore club contained a recommendation that an ef fort be made to allow cadets belonging to rifle clubs to count a certain number of shoots in lieu of drills. The request will be brought before the Commonwealth council with a view to obtaining this privilege from the Minister of Defence.
GAWLER MEETING Acceptances and Selections. 12.25 p.m.—HANDICAP TRIAL STAKES. Seven and a half furlongs. First Division. [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
GAWLER MEETIN(I Acceptances and Selections. 12.25 p.m.-HANDICAP TRIAL STAKES. Seven and a half -furlongs. First Division. st. lb. st. lb. Adavale...... 9 0 Sealana ...... 7 9 Coin of the Kyklos ......7 g Realm .... 8 4 Paisley Chief . 7 7 Siraetus ...... 8 8 aving Away .. 7 6 Mliss Aides .... 8 4 Lemina ...... 7 5 Yelarno ...... . 2 'horie ...... 7 5 Blafil " ...... 8 0 ,antanas ...... 7 4 Good Hope .... 8 0 Pistol Barrel .. 7 4 Lord Grenfell .. 7 13 Urley ........ 7 3 3etty Brlde... . 7 12 Alarm King .. 7 Algo -Bob .. 7 It Prince Seal .. 7 1 lanomagne .... 7 11 Ecnal .. .... 7 0 Bon Tir .... 7 9 Peep In...... 7 Gordon Croix . 7 9 The topweight, Adavale, is also en-· gaged in the first division of the Welter. Siraetus did not shape too well at Mor Phettville last Saturday, but Coin of the Realm won twice at the Barrier re cenly. Miss Aides and Good Hope will have to be respeoted, likewise Bon Tir, and the Broken Hill Performer, Gordon Croix. To name the winner in two, I'll select CO...
Form at a Glance Over 5 to 7 Furlongs [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
Forrn at a Glanc QOver 5 to 7 Furlongs ae Distance. T2ime. First Horse and Second Horse and Third Horse and Fourth Horse and Iegh mih Ti Rr a Fout os W/eight- Weight. ) Weight Weight. Min. Sec. st. lb. st. lb. st. lb. sIt. lb. fvett Handicap .... . 1 2 t. Roseate.. .. 9 10 Jules Jordan .. 8 3JGaveston..... 7 13 Fying Glass 7 0 Closing Handicap .. . 6L 1 16 Gaveston .. .. 7 Abbeville .. .. 8 10 St. Roseate .. 9 9 Highcockett ... 7 3 Blacltnore HandicaD . 5!. 1 3, Stage Queen .. 3 Lady Nn .. .. 13 Little Linda ... 9 0 Flying Glass . 8 4 Balmoral Handicap .. 6f. 116 Abbeville .. .. S10!Stage Queen .. 8 1 Gaveston..... 8 0 Pistol Lassle . 7 6 One Mile and Upwards Royal Park Handep. 1%Am. 242% rBarrierGold.. 7 i Castleton *. *. 8 31St. Altone .... 7 4 Monopolist.... 613 Quebec Wltr. (1st dvir.) Im. 1 46'. Waiperie .... 7 7 I Abbeville .. .. 9 10 St. Ality ..... 7 7Antonine .. . . 8 5 Quebec Wltr. (2nd div. lm. 1 45'A Master Orient. 7 12 Strzelecki King 7 7 Humorist .... 7 11 High Play .....
SPORT AND SPORTSMEN RACING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
BY "AINTREE" RACING NOTES In connection with the Gawler races tomorrow special e.xc~rsion trains will leave the Adelaide Station at 11.5, 11.20, 11.30 am., and 12.5 p.m. On the re turn journey Evanston will be left at 5.30, 5.42, 6.5, and 6.28 pm. The Steeplechaser Yaltunga., which was purchased at the John Bull yards on Tuesday by L. Skinner for 16½ gui neas, has again changed hands, and will in future be used as a hunter by a ?outh-Eastern sportsman. By the way, Skinner, who trains at Victoria Park, has gone into new stables at Hackney. Perhaps the busiest jockey at Evan ston tomorrow will be G. Mules, who is already engaged to steer six horses. In addition to riding in the three jumping events, Mules will be seen under silk in some of the flat races. Another all-round horseman in A. Nie mann will also display his versatility, as he, too, will ride in events on the fiast and over jumps. Fridanus has been scratched for the A.R.C. Grand National Steeplechase. In all probability the ...
GOLF [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
GOLF -4-- Followins are the fixtures arranged by the Kooyonga club: Au'ust 4.-Bogey Handicap, 18 holes. A1igust ,.--Country Championship. Entreis close August 4. August 18.-Professional Match, 36 holea, stroke play. August 25.-Stroke Handicap, 18 holes.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
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GAWLER ENGAGEMENTS TRIAL STAKES. First Division. [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
GAWIER ENGAGEMENTS TRIAL STAKES. Ffrst Division. Adavale, A. Doyle; Coin of the Realm, F. Cameron; Straetus, A. J. Niemann; Miss Aides. R. Medhurst; Yelarno. G. Mules; Good Hope, C. Selby; Betty IBride, R. Rmage; Bon Tir, J. Wil liams: Kyklos, H. Wilson; Lemina. B. Matson; Thorie, H. Walsh; Laneenas, T. Bissett; Prince Seal, H. Redden; Ecnal, W. Turner. HURDLE RACE. First Division. Stagefright, W. Tait; Sarah Ourran, G. Dally; Pistolater, R. H. Thomas; Peace Dove, V. Harrison; Wychinga, G. Mules; Kulti, S. Little; Spare Glass, A. D. Fraser; Wood Lil, A. J. Niemann; Sobriquet, H. Valentine; Boo-la-Boo, G. Leonard; Leoholme, H. Bracegirdle; Prince, R. Cruikshank. TRIAL STAKES. Second Division. Huja, G. Mules; Double Musket, C. Veale; Pistol Grip, H. Walsh; Gold and Blue, H. Redden; Richloe, B. Matson; Stormcrest, A. Graham; Purzana, R. Eddy; Green Step, F. Wright; Home flier, C. Ringer; Kothari, -; Naugh tier, C. Boom; Shakesperian Lady, C. Ryan; Tookawarra, W. Turner; Mysti cal, R. M...
SUMATRA SOUND Ship Not Overladen FINDINGS OF COMMISSION MELBOURNE, Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
SUMAIRA SOUND Ship Not Overladen FINDINGiS OF COMMISSION MELBOURNE, Today. That the ves.el was properly and suf ficiently manned and in seaworthy con dition; that the cargo was a safe and proper one, and that the ship was not overladen were the principal findings of the Royal Commission appointed to enquire into the loss of the Sumatra. off the New South Wales coast on or about June 26. The lifesaving equip ment was adequate, state the Commis sioners, and the vessel when in Sydney was in good and seaworthy condition.
GLENLEG IN THE DARK Electric Light Fails [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
L[ENLEi IN THE IDAR Electric Light Fails At 7.3~0 last night Glenelg and Brigh ton were plunged into darkness. It was not until 10.45 that the electric light ing and poweh services were restored. For three hours the residents of those districts, including Morphettville, were forced to make use of candles and ob- solete oillamps. The Adelaide Electric Supply Com pany reported that a fault in the Glen elg feeder main was responsible for the break, and that it had since been re-i pair~ed. Glenel. has been particularly unfortu-i nate during the last few months, havingj Deen without light several nights. Power has also been lacking during the day. Shortage of coal, however, was responsible for the restrictions.
RAW WOOL VALUES MELBOURNE, Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
RAW WOOL VALUES MELBOURNE, Today. That the values now prevailing for raw Australian wool in Great Britain must suffer a reduction, because of the law of supply and demand, and the reduced purchasing power of the world, consequent upon the war, is the opinion of Mr. Percy Gaunt, director of Messrs. Reuben Gaunt & Co., English woollen manufacturers. tocles yesterday. He stated that he did tocles today. He stated that he did not hold this view, because he favored lower prices, but simply based his opinion on general knowledge. While Japanese competition for the purchase of raw wool had become keen, and con sequently affected ruling values, it had not caused British manufacturers any worry. As for the finished article, hi'. firm had a considerable export trade to Japan.
ONE AIR FORCE Navy's Objections Met CABINET ADOPTS PROPOSALS LONDON, August 2. [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
ONE AIR FORGE Navy's Objections Met CABINET ADOPTS PROPOSALS (REUTER'S.) LONDON, August 2. A White Paper has been published containing the recommendations of the National and Imperial Defence Commit tee on the relations of the navy and air force, which, in the words of the sub-committee, presided over by Earl Balfour, has given rise to "a 'somewhat acute controversy." The sub-committee, after sifting the claims of the rival forces and the pre sent system of co-operation as regards the fleet air arm, does not think a complete severance is possible. It reco-'mended that air officers be appointed to the Naval War Staff, and that the relations between the Admi ralty and the Air Ministry be defined. These recommendations may be re garded as a compromise. A drastic re organirsation of the Imperial Defence Committee is recommended to provide that Dominions' MIinisters may be sum moned as members of the Cabinet The committee rejects the proposal for the control or amalga.rnation of the thre...
TWO YEARS IN ARCTIC British Party Marooned FOOD RAN OUT LAST YEAR (PUBLISHED IN "THE TIMES.") LONDON, August 1. [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
TWO YEARS IN ARCTIC British Party Marooned FOOD RAN OUT LAST YEAR (PUBLISHED IN "THE TIMES.") LONDON, August 1. In a letter to "The Times" a director of the British Wright Company appeals for funds to send a ship to the rescue of Mr. Crawford, three white men, and some Eskimos who have been marooned at Wrangel Island for the past two years. The party was sent north at the ex pense of Stenanssons, the explorer, to hold the island until Great Britain de cided whether it would be retained as part of the Empire. Supplies must have given out last year. It is expected the men have since existed by hunting. The Wright Company has voted £500 towards the fund. Wrangel Land is an island in the Arc tic Ocean, lying north of the eastern extremity of Asia. It was sighted by Sir Henry Kellett in 1849, rediscovered by the American De Long in 1867, who namrned it after Baron Ferdinand von .Wrangel (Russian Arctic.explorer, 1821 23), and explored by the American ex pedition of 1881.
JAY WALKING Fines For Second Time MANY NAMES TAKEN [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
JAY WALKINi -4----- Fines For Second Time MANY NAMES TAKEN Although no fines have been imposed under the recently passed bylaw pro hibiting jay walking, many names have been taken and cautions sent out. If they offend again proceedings will be institlted. "When any new bylaw is passed by the council we take the names of those who infringe it and send a notice cau tioning them," said .Mr. A. 'MIorrison, assistant town clerk, this morning. "if their names are taken a second time then they are invited to contribute to the council funds, and if they do not like that the case goes on to the Police (Court in the usual way. "So far we have no record of any second offenders for jay walking, and no fines have been inflicted. Should there be any second offenders in the list we receive tomorrow they will be deal with, however." lnquiries from several constables who have been busy taking names show that although the list was a long one during the early parts of the cam paign very few names wer ...
Today's Weather Map [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
Today's Weather Map In the above map the isobars or lines of equal barometric ?reasure are shown the values being !nlicated by the figures given at the end of each line. Direction of the wind Is shown by arrows flying with the wind.--ILight breeze, arrow without tail; moderate breeze, arrow with one tail; strong breeze, arrow with two tails; gale, arrow with three tails; O represents calm. The state of the sea is shown by the letters, S. (smooth), M. (moderate), R. (rough), V.R. (very rough) Shad lug indicates rain has fallen.
DOMESTIC UNHAPPINESS Wife Alleges Cruelty [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
DOMESTIC UNHAPPINESS Wife Alleges Cruelty The domestic affairs of Bartholomew George Meaney and his wife, Rose deanecy, were ventilated in the Ade laide Police Court to-day, before Mr. L. Hi. Haslam, S.M., when Mrs. Mealley charged her husband with desertion, and with ha.ving neglected to support her and her daughter, Dorothy, aged 8 years. Mr. C. J,. Coventry (for Mrs. Meaney) said Meaney was a hairdresser, and lived at St. Peters. On the evening of Mlay 15 last his wife asked defendant if she could go to the pictures, and he replied, "Yes, go where you damn well like." She went out, intending to go to her sister's place, and on the way met Mr. Cheel, her sister's financee. While talking to him her husband came along, charged her with improper conduct, and said he would not allow her back in his home. She replied that she had done nothing wrong, and begged himi to take her back, but he refused. She secured her clothes. and later left for Balaklava to live with her people. She had n...
COOGEE MYSTERY Examination of Bones SYDNEY, To-day. [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
COOGEE MYSTERY u v S Examination of Bones SSYDNEY, To-day. The Government Analyst was today engaged on the examination of the ex hibits brought under his notice by the detectives investigating the Coogee trunk nystcry. After hi sinvestigation the bones, hair, and other discoveries will be taken to the morgue for exami nation by medical officers. The report on the finding of the re mains in thle Glebe garage was de livered to the coroner today. Until he moves in the matter that side of the investigation remains in abeyance.
NINE YEARS SINCE WAR WAS DECLARED Suffering Diggers Still Cheerful [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
NINE YEARS SINCE WAR WAS DECLARED Suffering Diggers Still Cheerful H.M.A.S. Australia in heavy weather chasing the German China squadron across the Pacific. No enemy vessel could sink or de stroy her in those momentous war days, but within a few months the Common wealth's largest warship may be d, crmed more surely than by the dead liest guns of the foe. Live on, lheroic Dead, where'er you dwell, ?nindful that yet the thankful earth is bright, Illuminated with your fame. Nor day nor night Steals from the earth without a tongue to tell Some eulogy of you with pride and pain. *What faintest British heart could e'er forget The blood you spilt for us, the frenzied fret That stormed your souls, and which you fought ;unain? Now you are hallowed names above the powers And tedious trials of the fretful years That still surround us with their untold woes; You are the l)ead who would not have our tears, The purchasers of Peace which now la OtItb, The envied faithful in your long repose. It is...
TELEGRAPHISTS CONFER [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
TELEGRAPHISTS CONFER Mr. A. E. Edwards, president of South Australian branch of Telegra. phist Union, who recently returned from Meibourne after representing this State at a conference of branches, gave an interesting account, of confcreice activi ties at the conclusion of the inonthlyi meeting last night. IHe stressed thel point that never previously had dele-i gates such a strenuous time, and never, before had a conference been so much in the press and public eye. Numerous interviews and deputations which had waited upon the Postnmaster General, his secretary, the new Board ofi Commissioners. and other administra tive heads played an important part, and were really more valuable in a sense from the officers' point of view than the uonterence itself. Both, of course, -;,ere necessary. Delegatcs were especially grateful to ~Mr. J. Malone, Chief Telegraph Mana ger, who. addressed conference in a aartt to hearnt mn=-ar, af.tradha Nam-* aim aGisMaUBc sAe ju. c AMA o. (