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WEST TORRENS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
S,-F~SI' TORRENS ASSOCIATION,. Woodville Catholic v. Croydon Union (The barton Oval).--Woodrille Catholic (fromni- Angley. Arnold. Carey. Carmody, Carthy, Colegate. Crowell, Dillon. Fleetwood. Hanra ban, Na.Sh (:., ILahy. Pengilly. Richardi;,: ayers, Trust, Lloyd, and Flabhrty. Torrensville v. Torrensides.-Torrensville (from)-Williams, McDonld, pash, Wootlard, Tidswell, Little. Quinn. Mudge, Roggett, Davidson. Johncock, Maning, Campbell, Toms, Thompson. Rogers, Knight, olluston, Harri son. Robertson, Rutherford, and Langtry. Underdalo v. Torrenisside (Htudmarsh Oval). --Underrale (from)-Stephens, O'Conncll, Fahey, O'Grady. Humphris, Musgravc, Brown. McGillick. Curran, Whittakcr, .Jose. Caupbell. Bassectt, Moonten. Sanden. Parry, Leahy (2), Rule (capt.). and Walters.
BRITISH ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
f.IITISlI ASSOCIATION. Plympton v. Cheltenhamn (Jubilee Oval),l 2.15 p.m.-Plynmpton (from)-Johns, Ward. Gillard, Mooney, Barons. Blight. I!oward. Copley, Thompson, Gough, Wright. Chel-I tenham (from)--Bosworth, Penny, Clark, I Gower, Chambers, Wilson, Georcke, Blizard, Jonas, lRobshaw, and Eurness. Prospect .v Adelaide (I'rospect).-Prospect (from)-Shaw, Richardson, Potts, Ward, Young, Hill, McNiel. Gray, Jones, Wright., and Ward. Adelaide (fromn)-Gibson, \\Whal ley. Morrison, BIlundell, Wright. McCulloch, Richicv, I:urgoyne, Brown, Potts, Calvert, Pride. and Willoughby. Port V, South (Jubilee Oval, 3.15 p.m·.· Port (trorCi)--Walace (capt.), McKell, Doyle, Roberts. \WVright. Price, Clark. Scott, Came ron, Gillett, McMlIllan. and Elliott. North Adelai\le v. Imperial Services (Mc Kinnon Paraden).-Imperials (from)-IBaldwin, Shoulders, Green, Elfick, Btnstead, lHarrison, I)ashwood (capt), Bedwell, Fryer, Monk, Little Abbott. Alien, /ister, and Turner. SECOND DIVISION. Port B v. Gienelg (...
ASIATICS AND SOCIAL LIFE A.N.A. DISAPPROVAL Resolution To Prime Minister [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
A:SIATCll S AND SOCIAL: LIFE A.N.A. DISAPPROVAL Resolution To Prime Minister Strong disapproval of, the action of the. Salvation-Army in introducing Asia tics into the social and religious life of Australia was the effect of a resolu tion from the Goldfields Debating So ciety of Kalgoorlie, which was read at the monthlW meeting of the board of directors of the Australian Natives' As sociation. The resolution added that the action of -the Salvation Army was antagonistic to the national policy of a wl.ite Australia. It was also resolved by the Western Australian body that a copy of the re solution should be forwarded to the Prime Minister (Mr. Briuce), and that a deputation should wait on the bfficial in charge of the Kalgoorlie branch of the Salvation Army to voice disapproval. It was decided by the local directors that copies of the correspondence should be forwarded to the Western Australian Board of the Australian Natives' Asso clation, and that further enquiries should be made. A...
CITY OF BEAUTY Hutt Street Improvements ROW OF PRETTY ASH TREES [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
ClTY OF BEAUTY Hutt Street Improvements ROW. OF PRETTY ASH -TREES Soon Hutt street will be blossoming with a row of pretty English ash trees. The work was started six. weeks ago, but water pouring into the holes put a stop to planting. However, it is con fidently expected that the work will be finished by the end of this week. Hutt street's wide thoroughfare needs some decoration, and the species of trees decided upon will give it a .c turesque look, removing some of the drabness. The object of. the council is to beautify the street, but for;the-pre sent it is not intended to extend'ope rations to any other: of* Adelaide's thoroughfares. A boy was reading in his Scottish history an account of the Battle of Bannockbunrn. lie reads as followsi:--"And when the Eng lish saw the new army on the hill behind, their spirits became damped." The teacher asked the boy what was meant by "damping their spirits." The boy, not understandlng the me~ning, answered,' "Pittin' ·water ia their whsky."<...
NORTH ADELAIDE DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
NORTH ADELAIDE D'CRTPCT ASSO 1 ATION. TLUR mLERS V. WALK ERVILLE.--Ramblers from--BiggKin, Woodrow, Slaclk, Rolxrts, Mcin type, .lohn?on, Dohney, Ha.itx's, lrice, Low, Harding, Manuels, Irince. Clark, Paech, Tprolls, Ingham. Schultz, Toid, Crowder, and Dixon.
MURRAY MENACES SETTLERS Northern Victorian Floods PEOPLE HAVE FAITH MELBOURNE, Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
MURRA'Y MEIACES SETTLERS Northern Victorian Floods SPEOPLE HAVE FAITH MELBOURNE, Today. Northern, Victoria is still suffering from floods. Echuca is catching it both ways. The Campaspe is forcing the waters of the Murray back, swell ing the big stream to menacing propor tions. Exactly what will happen when the Goulburn contributes its volume no one can foretell. The most striking characteristic of the people who live in the flooded areas is their imperturbable faith in the goodness of Providence. They watch the encroaching river with curious dis Interestedness. Access to their homes is impossible except' by boats.
FARMERS FINED Did Not Destroy Vermin MAITLAND, Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
FARMERS FINED Did Not Destroy Vermin ~---C * MAITLAND, Today. For neglectingto destroy all vermin uDon their'land the first three persons prosecuted for this offence - Henry George Kelly, Rupert Robert Williarm, Edwards, and Arthur James Bridgmnan, of-Maitland-were yesterday each fined £2 with £3 2/ costs. They were charged on the informa tion of Robert Scott Kennedy, overseer of the Yorke Peninsula District Council, with neglecting to destroy all vermin upon their land within the time prescribed by the Commissioner of Crown Lands, after notice had been served upon them. They pleaded guilt?y. Mr. B. Pattinson, who appeared for the district council, stated that as these were the first persons prosecuted by the council under the Act he was not asking for a heavy penalty. The coun cil brought the cases up as a warning to others. Action had only been taken where, through the owners' neglect, damage had been done to their neigh bors' property. In the future, he said,.the council in tende...
SELECTION OF IMMIGRANTS Suggestions from N.S.W. SYDNEY, Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
SELECTION OF IMMIGRANTS Suggestions from N.S.W. SYDNEY, Today. An- important suggestion concerning immigration is included in the Gover nor's Speech prepared for presentation to. Parliament. It is urged that the selection of settlers under the British Aiustralian scheme should be made in London and not in Australia. The- danger is that the irresponsible methods which mark the selection of settlers on the other side wiltl govern the ?choice of the 16,000 men to be placed upon .land in this State. A further suggestion is that an off~lcer of the.Lands Department should be sent to .London il order to select people who:woild make the best settlers.
COMMONWEALTH REVENUE Falling Off Probable MELBOURNE, Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
COMMONWEALTH REVENUE Falling Off Probable MELBOURNE, Today. Dr. Earle Page, the Federal Trea surer, is not disturbed by the fact that his estimate of revenue for July has been expected by a substantial sum. Dr. Page explained yesterday that he did riot expect an immediate drop in Cug toms receipts. Imports during July were always heavy. The fact that they exceeded the same month of last year could '.not b'e triaken as an indication that the volume would be maintained. He expected a falling off later in the year, and it was for that reason he had estimated - that the revenue from Customs this year would be about £3,000,000 less than 1922-2?
PORT POST OFFICE Deadlock Continues LETTER FROM MR. MAKIN [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
PORT POST OFH E Deadlock Continues LETTER FROM MR. MAKIN With the Port Adelaide Council and the members for Hindmarsh as its best friends, the project for a proper post office for the Port has solid chances of success. The following article deals brightly with the subject: "Could you please direct me to the post office?" This question Is being perpetually asked by visitors to Port Adelaide. The seaport carries a large floating population, and the request is made almost daily by passengers arriving by steamers or officers and members of ships' crews. They are usually to be found in the main streets looking for the post or telegraph office. Naturally that is where a stranger would look. Even citizens who do not have occa sion to visit the business portion of the place are often heard enquiring as to the whereabouts of the office. Tucked away in North parade, facing the Queen's Wharf sheds, is an anti quated single-storey brick structure which in the early days of Port Ade laide served...
TRAMWAYMEN'S SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
TRAMWVAYMEN'S SOCIAL. The Trammway Coolabongs (represen tative of members of the Tramwaymen's Union) held their first annmial social at the Austral Hotel. Adelaide, on Wednes day. Mlr. J. W. Sorrell (the president) occupied the chair. Those who contri buted to the musical programnme were Messrs. J. Murray, C. Bennett, W. Mel ville, WV. Sheldrake, L. Hall, J. Davis, F. Dover, F. Treloar, ML Glastonbury, M. Blackwell, F. Breen, and D. McFadden. New Office-Boy-"A man called here to thrash you a few minutes ago." Editor-"What did you say to him " "I told him I was sorry you werent Ia'."
"LOVIE DUCKY!" Offensive Tram Passenger DRINK WENT TO HIS HEAD [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
"LOVIE DIUCKY!" Offensive Tram Passenger DRINK WENT TO HIS HEAD Lawrence Shegog, a manager, pleaded guilty in the Police Court today to a charge of ha-ving behaved in such a: manner as to interfere with the com fort of passengers in a tranicar on July 9. A fine of £2 and 15/ costs was or diered by Mr. L. HI. Haslam, S.M., who! occupied the bench. .Mr. T.' S. O'Hal!oran, who appearedi for the Municipal Trarmways Trust,1 stated that Shegog boarded a tram and sat next to a woman in the saloon. He smelt strongly of liquor, and when the, woman moved away he shifted his seat and sat close to her. Every time thel woman moved so did Shegog, and he kept calling her "Lovie duck,' and tell ingr her not to be frightened of him. T~hen spoken to by the conductor Shegog refused to leave the saloon, andj would not give his name and address. For his actions he had since expressed regret to the woman concerned and to the Trust. Mr. J. L. Travera said Shegog was not a man who frequently drank. He had ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
Great Winter Sale Vigorously Proceeding SA Store is as Great as the 1 Merchandise it Sells. ii That is why you will find featured in every depart ment of the Popular Stores. Dependable Merchandise of Sterling Quality. Cc As this Great Sale steadily B proceeds it has surely in terested you to notice how RUTHLESSLY REDUCED ARE OUR PRICES. Let Comparison Convince you. Then you will be a E happy, satisfied Customer here. and we will add an other to the many of our atanch friends. Compare today--come in today. LADIES' & CHILDREN'S SHOES PRESENTING SENSATIONAL SAVINGS 32/6 Ladies' Shoes for 25/ Lad1es' Patent One-Bar Shoes, pump Moles, half-lowie heels, very smart toe. Thbse shoes are of the best patent. Usual price 32'/6 pair. Sizes 3 to 6. MOORE'S GREAT WINTER SALE I'RICE 25/ pair. 68/11 Infants' Shoes for 4/11 Infants' Patent and Glace Kid Shoes, pump soles. first walkIng shoes, extra light and soft Sizes 2 to 4 only. Usual price 6/l1 pair. MOORE'S GREAT WINTRER SALE PRLICIE 4/...
BILLIARDS AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP Demodena Defeats Woolcott [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
BILLIARDS AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP Demodena Defeats Woolcott Angelo Demodena defeated Eric Wool cott at the Palace Billiard Hall last night in the play for the amateur cham pionship. High-class play was witnessed. For the first hour both competitors played carefully, only about 200 being recorded: to each. Woolcott then forged ahead, and at 10 o'clock the scores were Wool cott 600, Qemodena 490. Then Demodena with dogged determi nation took up the running, making breaks of 26, 21, 26, and 39, and passed Woolcott at 613. From then on Wool cott never got a. chance. Demodena reached his points (650) when W'oolcott was 620. The best breaks were: Demodena-27, 34, 27, 26, 21, 30, 36. Woolcott-33, 24, 24, 27, 22, 30, 41. Tonight Hearnden meets Bott.
London Butter Market [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
London Butter Market Areordlng to a private eable advica y eeived in Adelaide this morning the London Varket for butter is reported to be slow. Theo m.essage added:--"Buyers are bolding off, lavin1g satisfied present requlrements by purchasing cold store lots. Fiture pros pects appear favorable, and if dock strike continues, further advanco in prices probable. No indication at present of early settlement of the strike. Australian finest is cQuoted at 1?./ r w ewt.: good average quality, 156/; New Zealand, 172/; and Danish, 178/ a cwt."
VISIT TO WEMBLEY (UNITED SERVICE.) LONDON, August 1. [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
VISIT TO WVEMBLEY (UTNITED SERVICE.) LONDON, August 1. At the invitation of the Empire Ex hibition Board, members of the Empire Press Union lunched at W'embley Park to-day, and inspected the grounds. The guests included Lady and Miss Fuller, and Miss Doreen Gale. Sir Henry McMahon welcomed the visitorsto the exhibition, which, he said. would be the biggest England had vould bethe biggest. England haC cent stock-taking of the resources and production of the Empire. He pro posed the health of "Overseas visitors. members of Parliament, and the press," to which Mr. Henry Burton (the South African Minister of Finance), and Sir Thomas Bennett (editor of "The Times," of India), responded. The teacher was taking a Sunday-school class. "Now." she said. "why is a certain part of the church called the altar?" "Because," said one bright boy, "it is where people rcange their names."