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Duty On Barley [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
Duty On Barley Growers of barley in South Australia have reason to feel concerned at the cable newPs from London that the British Government is contemplating the imposition of a duty on mnalting barley. A few years tgo Imoct of th, exportable barley from South Australia was shipoped to Continental countries. Aus tralian malting barley had attained a high reputation amoDgst buyers in Germany, Bei rium. France, and Switzerland. but owing to the disturbed political and economic con dition of Germany and the slump in the exchange rates, practically no business bhas? been done in that direction this season. On the other hand, however, the United King domn has taken a fairly large quantity of barley, but if this market is to be barred to Australian grain the outlook for the growers is most discouraging. Represtn tations against the Government's propoali should be made through the Agent-General for South Australia in London.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
H. W. HODGETTS & CO. STOCK,, SHARE. AND INVESTMENT SROKERS, Aents throughtoult the Commonwealth, New Zeala?:d, and London. i-3. Cowra Chanmbers. GRENFELL-STREET, ADELAIDE. 'Telephone, Central 822. S. C, WARD & C 0. STOCK, SHARE, AND INVESTMENT BROKERS, 30 Grenfell street, Adelaide. OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS. now they Solved it! Frankly, the Browns were bored. Night after night at home and with no thing to do. The children in another V room grinding at their home lessons. One day Brown ?:_:_?saw one of our S advertisements, and responding to an invitation, sent to us for a booklet entitled "Why you should have a Pianola." Mrs. Brown read it too, and a visit to our showrooms followed. Here, one of our salesmen quickly helped the Browns to solve their prob lem, and after explaining the instrument and easy terms of ,,l 1'' purchase, the Pianola Piano was delivered the same day. Result : " Harmony in the Brown house." Why not send to us for the same little booklet ? FILL IN COUP...
FISH MARKET Cod and Butterfish Plenti[?] [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
FISH MARKET Cod ad Batterfish Plentiai At the fish market this morning a large supply of cod and butterfish was sold. Other wilse sales were only a little above the average. A Emall quantity of groper-a rare variety at this time of the yeasr-was also disposed of. Following were prices realfised:-Cod, 9d. to 10d. a lb.; schnappcr, 9d. to lid. lb.; butterfish, 9d. to 10½d. lb.; whiting, 1ld. to 1/2 lb.; snook, lid. to 3/ lb.; groper, 6d. to 7d. lb.; mullet, 16/ to 25/ basket: garfish, 17/'0 to 30/ basket: bar racouta, 9/ to 10/ dozen; cra3yfish, 50/ to 67/6 bag.
FRUIT AND VEGETABLES New Market Prices CABBAGES STILL SCARCE [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
FRUIT AND VEGETABLES New Market Prices "-4- CABBACE~ STILL SCARCE The vegertbjle position is unalt?red. At the "New .arkct this morning cabbages and cauli flowers remained scarce. Pwoor-man orange~s continue to glut the market, and supplies are Sringa'g less tzni on .1ednesday. WrtoIKsale evzataftoes as foZors:---Yest:As --Artichokes, T/ de.? en Ib.; beetroot, 31/ dczn; Bmusad~s spous fI doiean Th.: Cab rb.es, f to S/ dazes; caba~~es (red). 5, 6"2n.sa; cr ?.?es (Saer,. :'?,?,o 't 1n? ea-?e dna) aen s Tches cz?nowesn s7 to Tily 4cr~nm; czteris. 41 aum hEfead: Ams r~ca~sn af 11%; leefus,E OS dan3; lE~traEs, 3, to ?I darEn; otaoa5. S7 crt.: onions (ietCd Exa:lZ MY/ to strl est.: porusdys, @5~ Occ burcTEr; yetatact !Q to 1W/ cat; e oatoL; (3Mcznt GrJiar Sn'sfakesJh, 271 cu ratt-s. Ski darac bsawrreln; rnhdants 1 to 1/G demsn Th.; -trarra1mats, 247 to :47 de:2m htenrFips, 6 dnzn bzmehes; 'trmiPs (Swack L£7 6aacai 1xnncine ±ri--A prk (extng'. 1 lif *I3W c; sigls (making1. i/ Iio 32 carza:...
ON 'CHANGE Trading Dull [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
ON 'CHANGE Trading Dull Conditions were very ull on 'change today, brokers showing littlue inclination to co tbusi tUtaS. Comnucnwealth Loans showed a s.light fi:m ing in some sections, but only casual trade wias etIecte.d. The -4. per cents. use IJ-.A. and the 5 per cents. payanle this year were a little better at £?7 l1/6 and £ljl 12/t6. Investments were again quiet. Aaelaide Electric rights firmed to 6/2 and 6/1, and a bu.er of Eldcr, ?mlth's bid £11 10/. No trade was re;orted in copper shares. Walilaroo were offered at 24/3. Barriers were weaker. Brokens had fair exchange booked at 26/ and 26/11, while -\orths eased on good trade to 55/3. Couths and British on ligh:t turnover were easier. Gold shares were inactive. Brown's HReward and Lake View and Star were easier, but Golden Buttertly showed a slight firming on fair sales. Lloyd George had small exchange reported at 8/, closing with sellers at S/9. Freney's at 10/ formed the oil business. GOVERNMENT STOCKS. Commonwealth Loan, ...
MINING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
MINING NOTES Golden Batterfly.-A? telegram frotm 3. Hender eon. Sullivan's Find, states:--"Butterfvly leste badly pegged. Have seen Sullivan, who h?.; gime me letter authorising me shift pegs. This takes in Sullivan's lode. in which we have gold zn in Hansel Miundy, and running th-ough re pegged ground into a block pc-grted by Paril on x~ert, on ",hich gold has becn located on fine. Have loemc!. dolliced, and cocteened on test of (.!eCs fr ;l:ank reullt.k. My report? your ofEfice on MIonday morning."
LATEST MODES London and Paris Shipment [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
LATEST MODES London and Paris Shipment The last box had been opened, the last of the enveloping tissue paper care fully laid aside-and 300 models-frocks, coats, and costumes, were displayed each carrying a whisper of a great city -Paris or London. This display of advanced models was shown at aJmes Marshall's this morn ing, and there will be others on fol lowing days. These beautiful creations, works of art which are sure to appeal to the most discriminating, were selected by 31rs. Cranwford, expressly for James Marsha?l & Co. Arranged with artistde knowledge and skill were frocks, hats, costumes, coats, and j~mpers, a1l being exclusive models created by t~he best designers in Lon don and Paris. Exquisite lingerie, also the last word in fashion, was to be seen, and disttictive prodnctions in foot wear, hosiery, veils, and neckwear. Latest novelties in handkerchiefs, gloves, and sunshades were on view. Coat-frocks, costumes, and the new three-piece suits were well represented,...
Meggitt, Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
Meggitt, Ltd. The directors of Meggltt Ltd. In their report for the year ended May 31 state that they have decided to extend its business in victoria, thus enabling the company to compete in the Victorian markets as well as in the adjacent States. Water frontage land has been secured and contracts placed for buildings and machinery, and the com p)any expects to be manufacturing within six months. The stock foods department is showing excellent progress. The results of trading show a profit of £IG.S56, and pros )ects are said to be favorable for the cur rent year. The position is that the com pany brought forward a debit balance of £28,747 from the previous year, and carries forward a credit balance of £,i.1Or. The gross profit on trading was £78,CSZ, and in terest and sundry receipts were £i,13, while expenses were £41.439. In the balance-sheet goodwil figures at £115,747, while other as sets; include land and railways £49.397, plant and machinery £52,012, stocks £78,219, sundry deb...
Zinc Corporation [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
Zinc Corporation Fr thle year rended l'e?mler 31 the Zine Cor prat.ion. Limited earnedl a net profit of £176.354, irmluding £24,37.5 received from Aron lHirsch and ?-hn in final settlement. With £17,957 brought forward after pa.mlent of a pre-en?re dividend on .TJune WJ, and £3,1?(;9 beingh the un expendied Iportion of appropriation for develop ment and new plant written back, the company had £2i0,t2 navailable.e Of this amount in. romne tax and corporation profits tax absorbed £st9,YT9, dividcndl on prefere-nce hares £24,7J9, deprrlation .~1:t,00, and mine developmen:t and new plant account £?0,X, leaving. £112,073. After payirrg a prfe?~nee dividend of £24,r:9, and an ordinary dividend of £44,942 in July-. and allowing £1,076 as director.' perrcentage, a balance of £41,P43 remained to be carried for warl. The treatment of tailings in tlh zinc treatnment department yielded high profit's, as the cost of the dumps of tailin-gs had ;ben pre viously writ;en off. Th-ce dumps have nowe b...
TEACHERS FRATERNISE Melbourne Visits Adelaide ARRIVAL TOMORROW [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
TEACHERS FRATERNISE Melbourne Visits Adelaide ARRIVAL TOMORROW Members of the MIelbourne Teachers' College will arrive in Adelaide tomorrow mornin gto take part in the sports and social gala week arranged by the stu dents of the Adelaide Teachers' College. A statement tihat they would arrive to day is incorrect. Dr. Smyth (principal of the Melbourne College) and MIrs. Smyth, with two lec turers, Miss VWallis and Mr. Don, ar rived yesterday, and were cordially wel comed. At the Adelaide Station tomor row the remainder of the Melbourne visitors and visiting teams will be greeted by the principal, staff, and 300 students of the Adelaide College. Great preparations have been made by MIr. Robert F. Booker, general secre tary, and Messrs. R. Ninnis and L. Jen kin, for the entertainment of the Mel beurne colleagues. Saturday afternoon they will be wel comed in Price Hall, Grote street, and Mondayv sports events commence. Bas ket ball will be played on the college court at 9, and athletics ...
Conversion Loan [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
Conversion Loan As irged on several occasions, 1he Com monwealth Treasurer (Dr. Earle. Page) has now announced the closing date of the new Commonwenalth Conversion Loan. At first it 'as jntendtd to close tho loan on August " "'. :) , )- h. n decided to keen it open until September 3, as many depositor ......., L,.La who dctiolre to inv.st tho new i.sue prefer to allow their money to remain i:. the Savings Bank for tho full monthly interest period. So far 19,000 persons have converted slightly less than £18,000,000 into the 1949 and 192S loans, but more than 100,000 persons holding £21,000.000 have not yet applied for conversion. Tho new loan yirelds interest at approximately 5½' per cent, and the term of the issue at five years should •pea.dil to all holders of bonds or stock in 1e loan maturing next month.
FLAPPER HAS SILK PYJAMA OUTLOOK Sets Fashions For Matrons and Aunts [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
FLAPPER HAS SILK PYJAMA OUTLOOK Sets Fashions Fr atrons and Aunts (By Kenneth Scott.) The flapper is an institution. She is more than that-she is a gourmet. Her tastes set the fashions for the matrons and aunts. She is the last thing botht in gossip and scandal. She know everything, and her ignorance is su perb. She passes all understanding,. She is an opportunust. "Age cannot Wither her nor custom stale her infinite variety." Her dis dain is an element to be dreaded, and her admiration is something to be feared. She is expensive. She loves herself. She surveys all the world through a microscope and a telescope. And she goes on surveying, tripping over love chasms, altering her mind as frequently as she changes her poses, and trying to bring the sad old world into line with the beaded bubbles of thoughtless youth. But she's fine! Her frocks are superb. WThether she is bobbed or pig-tailed or has put her hair on top, she will not be denied, for she is "seadfast, serene, immovable, th...
Elder, Smith, & Co. Share Issue [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923
Elder, Smith, & Co. Share Issue It is proposed.. by .the directors? of Elder,. Smith & Co., Ltd.,. to call an-:extraordin?ary meeting of shareholders on August o30 td authorise the issue t6o shareholders of 18.75 bonus shares, being one share for every eight shares held. The boilus shares will be issued as paid up to £6 per share. The )2 months' trading res.ult.s a stated to represent one ol the mot satisfaetory business periods in the company's existene.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — News — 4 August 1923
~£300 WeekSI OUTSTANDING VALUE Must B SodTi WekACTULAALY COSTO £2.:00. stA Fine Little Bungalow, well A particularly Pretty Freestone I iuted in one of the best streets Bungalow, with broad gabled front at Fullarton, built 14 months, and in Piazza, desirably positioned, within spotless condition throughout. 5 good- 300 yards of thoecar. in a much cized rooms. Good bathroom. Pan- favored southcrn suburb. Massive try with cupboards and linen press. freestone pillars, fine verandah (30 x E.L., gas and wood stoves. Laundry, 9), with wood shingled gable. Lounge fowl yards. Garden, with 62-ft. hall, 12 x 20, and 7 excellent rooms frontage, 30 fruit trees. (19 x 1S, &c.). Netted sleep-out room, tiled bathroom, uniquely Com Owner has reduced price to £1,240 picte domestic fittings. .to ensure an immediate sale. Nice Block of Land. 70 z 150 ft,. (Reg. No. B541.) and brick garage. (Ref. No. 8635.) WILKINSON, SANDO, & WYLES, LIMITED PROPERTY AUCTIONEERS AND VALUATORS. ESTATE AG...
HALF-HOURS WITH BOOKS STORY OF MODERN POLAND. [Newspaper Article] — News — 4 August 1923
HALF-HOURS WITH BOOKS (Br "E rasmus.") STORY OF MODERN POLAND. "Two Shall be Born," by Marie Oem ier. William Heinemann. Our copy from Harvey Book Company. The scene is a ruined castle on the borders of Russian and German Poland, and the time just before the beginning of the great war. This is a swift-moving, well-con structed story of three mighty secret services pitted against each other. Each great organisation is incarnate in a character of great power. Patriotic loves and hates are interwoven with burning private feuds and romances. The central figure is a Polish count of mighty intellect, a scholar of inter national reputation in astronomy and chilology, a rather rare combination, by the way. He tries to inspire his lovely and warm-hearted daughter with his own utter devotion to Poland and hatred of Russia. The child plays an exciting part in her father's far reachi-g machinations, but the count's plans lose their grip on her when she discovers, after his death, that they have...
FREE TRIP TO ENGLAND Boys at Empire Exhibition MELBOURNE, Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 4 August 1923
FREE TR!? TO E 1bAI0 Boys at Empire Exhibition MELBOTTRNE, Today. Holding that it would be agod thing for Geelonz, for Au tralia, and particu 'ariy tor the teo ys themselves, a Gee long re :ident his promoted a sehemo for the despacch of 35 to 2_? Grel?ng schoolboys to the Empire Ehibition. Sfar the tromoter lhat not disclosed his identity. Iit statis ho is prepared t .ack h'!s su?-gtion with a substan tial sum cf nlpn:c. Should the I :r:posal come to anything:; the buys' passat'e will be paid to Eng land andt provish n will be made for ltheir upkeep there.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — News — 4 August 1923
BUSYI BUSY! ALWAYS BUSY! II I :PLAIN AND PLEATED AND SILK PLEATED FRONTS I i SPECIAL a i. REAA Today and while they last! * Big Special Purchase! The roducti of one o the best makers of SHIRTS in AusE Stralia! This is an extra larg.. purchase of assorted SHIRTS, spe cially bought in ettra large quantities to secure them at a special price so as to enable us to sell them at a price considerably below that at which they are usually sold! Your, choice of this big pur chase of SHIRTS at 7/11 each, as - Stylish White FASHION SI- RTS, with pin and quarter-inch pleated 'fronts, with soft gaunt let and stiff cuffs. Also White i FASHION SHIRTS with silk p leated fronts and silk gauntlet cuffs, . Perfectly .cue SHIRTS, co mfortable, full fltting, beautifully pleated, Well made throughout, reinforced neck, tailored sleeves, . 1splendid caualty materials. These are New Season's FA SHION SHIRTS, therefore secure Stall you need for present wear a nd for the coming summerd, I ourchoice of thisA BA...
STAGE AND SHADOW-SHOW (By "Thespian.") Where To Go [Newspaper Article] — News — 4 August 1923
illil!iU i 11 I ll 111 ,1IIII 1 1111 lUlL 111111 IIIIIIIlil11I|IIII III1 11 1111 11HID1 1 l1 l11 1 11 11 11 1Ili !IlIII|!l llll !!I l !ltllilllti llll! llll i"Ifil STAGE AND SADOW S OW (By "Thespian.") Where To Go THEATRE ROYALý ..... , .. .. .. . Lauder opens. TOWN HALL ... .. .... ......Moisiewitsch. WEST'S OLYMPIA .. .. .. .. ., .. "Little Church Around the Corner." PRINCE OF WALES .., .. ., ,, , ........... ,.... .. - Vaudeville. YORK THEATRE------------.. ......- - "Damaged Souls." MAJESTIC THEATRE .. ..* . .. ý. Vaude11le-Ward & Sherman's Revue Co. SWONDERGRAPH THEATRE -----------.."My American Wife." GRAND THEATRE . . .. ., ,, . ," 'Night Life in Hollywood." PAVILION THEATRE- .-.. ....... "Partners of the Sunset." EMPIRE THEATRE - . .. .. . ....,,. "My Wild Irish Rose."
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — News — 4 August 1923
i TOWN HALL luilllilln uillllll ni llllnnllnliiiluni nm iuitilllhninln in .| SDirecUton .... .... J. & N. Tait. - SECOND CONCERT TO-NIGHT The Triumph of E Moiseiwitsch THE GREATEST PIANIST OF THE AGE. TO-NIGHT'S PROGRAMME. I. Prelude in C major ...... Bach Sonata in C major (Waldstein) Beethoven. IT. Etudes Symphoniques, Op. .3, Schumann. III. (a) Fantasio Impromptu in C s-har minor .......... Chopin. _ (b) Waltz in C sharp minor Chopin. - (r) Prelude A major ...... Chopin. S(d) Prelude C minor ...... Chopin. (e) Prelude F major .. .. Chopin. (f) Prelude B flat minor .. Chopin. (g) Ballnde in A flat ........ Chopln. IV. (a) Conte in E minor .. 3edtner. (b) lPrelund "La fille aux Cheveux de lin" ....... ...... Debussy. (c) Bird Song ........ Pamgren. (d) Finnish Danse ...... Palmgren. S() Karelian Danso...... Palmgren. S (f) liark, Hark, The Lark, Schubcrt-Llszt S(g) March Militnlro .. Schubert-Tauslg. SFINAL CONCERTS. Saturday, August: 4 .. .. Tows Hall. Monday, August G ......
NOTHING TO FEAR France at World's Bar (PUBLISHED IN "THE TIMES.") LONDON, August 3. [Newspaper Article] — News — 4 August 1923
NOTHING TO FEAR S France at World's Bar (PUBLISHED IN 'THE TIMES.") LONDON, August 3. Suddenly making up his mind that no documents should be concealed, M. Poincare has published a long memoran dum sent to Great tBritaiu on June 7, justifying the French attitude (says the Paris correspondent of The Times".) Previously M. 'Poincare objected to. the publication of documents on the ground that the apparent, Allied differ ences would encourage the German! re sistanc.e. Now French official circles say, if England's intentions are to bring France to the bar of world opinion. France has 'iothing. to fear, and therefore it is ad visable to publish the other papers. But even if weorld opinion is against France, it is difficult to imagine anything that would cause France to swerve from her chosen path. She still hopes to avoid a rupture with Great Britain, scarcely reflecting whether this is compatible with sitting tight in the fRhur. Throughout the French comment on the British speeohe' runs...