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COURSING [Newspaper Article] — News — 4 August 1923
COURSING - Mr. Fred Frost is one of our veteran leash men. Everybody knows the frigid and rigid Fred. He is a law unto himself and fear no man's face. For very many years he has been one of the pillars of the sport in this State. As owner, breeder, nominator, and official, he is always on deck. He scorns mealy-mouthed talk, and calls a spade "a spade," and not "an oblong instrument of manual husbandry." You will sce his name among the officials of all the leading clubs. At present he has in his kennels two most promising saplings by Wahehe (White Hope (imp.)-Playful Yott). It will be remembered that Wahehe on one occasion at Plympton defeated the mighty Moolge wank. Wahehe is from the same bitch. W. Green, Cptain Adelaide Rifle Club, Winners Teams Championship, 1923. Playful Yett (a great Victorian performer in her time) as that very successful sire, Play ful King. Mr. Dick Penrose now owns Wahehe, who keeps that very fast dog, Foot wear, stallion company at Mr. Penrose's stud at Ma...
PRESUMABLY. [Newspaper Article] — News — 4 August 1923
PRESU3?-'BLY. Twelve-year-old William showed up at home in a rather badly battered condition. "Oh, William," his mother cried, "You've been fighting with that Jones boy again." "Hodwja know, ma?" William enquired, calmly. "Did they call in his relatives?"
STARVING TOMMIES Workless In India NATIVES SHOW CONTEMPT MELBOURNE, Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 4 August 1923
TARV)ING TOUMMI Workless In India NATIVES SHOW CONTEMPT MELBOURNE, Today. Hundreds of the type of men Australia most desires as new settlers-former aol-' diers of the British army-are living in destitution and begging for food aind shel ter among the natives of India. That statement was made today by Mr. H. E. Lyle, a former warrant o.lQicer of the In dian Ordnance Department. Mr. Lyle arrived by the Largs Bay today. "In Calcutta and Bombay" alone," he said, "there are more than 500 workless and starving Tommies who were demobi liued there to take up civil employment. Several of them were working on the rail ways and were thrown out of employ ment by the decision to reduce the Euro pean staff by one-third. "Many of the men are compelled by poverty to live among the natives, who treat them with contemnpt."
Bank of Victoria [Newspaper Article] — News — 4 August 1923
Bank of Victoria Net profits of the Bank of Victoria for the year ended June 30 were £153.706, and with a balance of £29,754, brought forward, the sum available is £213,4f0. Interim divi dends took £6.5130. and £2,000 was placed to the officers' provident, fund. From the pro fits remaining the directors recommend the payment of dividends on both the prefereunre and ordinary shares of 9 per cent. per an ,num for the half-year, absorbing £G6.510: transfer to reserve fund, £.0,000, making it. £700,000, leaving a balance of £143,919 to be carried into the next accounts. The divi dend will be ptyabld in Melbourne on and after August S. and at the branches, and in London on rc'eipt of advices. Transfer books will be closed up to and Including August 7.
S.A. Woollen Co., Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — News — 4 August 1923
S.A. Woollen Co., Ltd. A atis.faetory ye'afis busin~es is repot'd by th'e South .4uitiallnn Woollen CJotpany, Limited. for the term just ended. The dirertors reecom mnend a dividend of v pr oent. far the half. rear, and a honus of 2I%? pr onet. far the yer Tranefer booke will be caed from August 11 to 27 inrlusir.
LONDON SHARE MARKET [Newspaper Article] — News — 4 August 1923
LONDON SHARE MARKET Sales reported on ihe Stock Exchange yes terday included:-lBroken Hill Proprietary, -5/; Mount Lyell, ./6; Sulphide Corporation, 11/0, 15/19; Associated. ]0,:;, 10/9; Golden aIorseshioe, 11.10; Hlamnpton, 3&9; Lake View, 214; silver unchanged.
BUSINESS MAN'S DIARY Greater Wondergraph [Newspaper Article] — News — 4 August 1923
BUSINESS MAN'S DIARY Greater Wondergraph The third half-yearly interest on the ctumnu lative participating preference shares of the Greater Wondergraph Company, Limited, at the rate of K per cent. per annum, Is payable on Wednesday, August 15. The shares re terred( to are numbered 40,001 to 70,000. Transfer books and register of members of the company will be closed from August ]o to 15., inclusive.
KADINA RACES Run Saturday, August 11 [Newspaper Article] — News — 4 August 1923
KADINA RACES Run Saturday, August 11 So far as the metropolitan area is con cerned, next Saturday will be an off day, but the Kadina and Wallaroo Jockey Club will conduct a meeting. The programme (together with acceptances) is as follows: HANDICAP HURDLES. Two miles. st. lb. st. lb. Stagefright . . . 11 13 Toracchi . . . . 9 5 Comic Knight .. 11 4 :teel Jug . . . 9 2 Cilika's Son . . 10 T "enelopize . . 9 2 Goldenform . . . 9 11 Trent Surprise . 9 2 Wychinga . . . 9 J Carribie . . . . 9 2 Miramichi . . . 9 S Roadside . . .. 9 1 Nicholandor . . . 9 8 Prince . . . . 9 1 Rose Alwyne . . 9 7 Boo-la-boo . . . 9 0 Jiim Cleary . . . 9 6 Same Brew . 9 0 Yelarno . . . . 9 6 Cokimbo . . . . 9 0 Kulti . . . . . 9 5 NOVICE RACE. W.F.A. - Six furlongs. Gay Shuja . . . 6 11 Prince Seal . . . 8 11 Fighting Dick.. 8 13 Brevity . . . 8 O Prince It . . . 8 13 )ame Whitton . 8 9 Anton Gold . . . 8 1 Pollient . . . . 8 9 Joycap . . . . 8 11 Munkumboola . . 8 9 Ninx. .. ..... 8S 11 Labor Party . . 7 10 ...
SPORT AND SPORTSMEN RACING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — News — 4 August 1923
BY "AINTREE" RACING NOTES Nominations for the - Point-to-Point Steeplechase close with Mr. A. Laugh ton, secretary Adelaide Hunt Club, at 4 p.m. Monday, August 6. The annual general meeting of the Adelaide Racing Club will be held at the Town Hall next Monday at 3 p.m There will be an election for committee men, as three candidates, Messrs. A. E. Beach, and F. G. Scarfe (retiring mem bers), and C. L. Moorhouse are offering themselves for the two vacant seats. Owing to the bad state of the track at the Jubilee Oval the meeting ar ranged by the Adelaide Trotting Club for tonight has been postponed. Weights for the Stepney Welter, Ful larton Steeplechase. Tennyson Handicap, and Lightning Handicap, to be run on the first day of the A.R.C. Grand Na tional meeting, Saturday, August 18, will be declared on Monday. In connection with the S.A.J.C. com mittee election, the official figures are: R. E. H. Hope (elected), 242; J. Bar ker (elected), 201; F. H. Downer (elected), 161; R. M. Cudmore...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — News — 4 August 1923
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Henley Recreation Association [Newspaper Article] — News — 4 August 1923
Henley Recreation Association The Ladies' Social Committee will hold a 3al masque early in September. Those who were unable to attend the annual ball on Wednesday 'on account of the floods may use the tickets pur chased for this occasion. Mrs. C. Ro gers is the hon. secretary. Port Adelaide A.N.A. Miniature Rifle Club Back Row-V. J. Ryan, H. Martin, H. McAulay, H. Albrich. H. A. Ranford, H. LM. Heiner (Captain), C. H. Dicker, C. W. Morgan. A. Hoey, T. Clark.
A. J. C. Monday's Meeting [Newspaper Article] — News — 4 August 1923
Monday's Meeting The A.J.C. Warwick Farm meeting will be held at Randwick on Monday. The pro gramme is as follows:- HURDLE RACE. About two miles. st. lb. st. lb. Gindi .... .. .. 11 10 Bobanus ...... 9 5 Yandario ...... 11 2 Poulaphouca . . 9 4 WSilgowrie .. .. 11 1 Wangalla .. .. . 4 Troubadour .. . 10 9 Niggler ...... 9 2 Nelsonite .. .. 10 5 Confessor ..... 9 Piratic ...... 10 0 Naropus .. .... 9 0 Tom Raigon . . 10 0 Timber Prince .. 9 0 Forgiveness .. . 9 7 Tuckbridge . . 9 0 Gold Marsh .. .. 9 7 High Plume .. 9 0 FLYING HANDICAP. Six furlongs. Wish Wynne .. 10 2 Dunlock ...... 8 2 Furious ... .. 9 13 Paganini ...... 8 2 Speciality .... 9 12 Elkin ......... 8 1 The Epicure ... 9 6 Brown Rajah .. 8 0 Beau Bee ..... 9 4 Master Cagou . 8 0 Montoro ..... 9 4 Hermealdo .... 7 13 Coolstone ..... 9 4 Initiative...... 7 11 Lady Aura .. 9 0 Swanhurst .. . 7 11 Oranian ...... 9 0 Cool Time ... 7 9 Otacre .. .... S 13 Jack Marsh .. 7 9 Earl Palm . .. 8 12 Lakawanno .... 7 8 Pagan Chief .....
BASKET BALL Y.M.C.A. Association [Newspaper Article] — News — 4 August 1923
BASKET BALL Y.M.C.A. Association Keen interest is being displayed in this competition. The position of the various clubs are as follows: P. W. L. for. a g. P. Goals Mitcham Boys' A .. 8 8 - 341 209 1? Norwood Baptist .. 8 7 1 300 190 14 St. Luke's .. .. .. 7 5 2 2S7 191 10 Woodville Boys .. 8S 5 3 240 248 10 Wikerville Methodist 8 4 4 295 304 8 Mile-End Baptist .. 8 4 4 201 210 8 Y.M.C.A. A .. .. .. 8 .3 5 242 281 G Y.M.C.A. 3B ...... 8 1 7 213 2,5 ? Mitcham Boys' B .. 8. 1 7 124 217 "` City Mission ...... 7 - 7 84 169 -
BOXING Tonight's Interstate Contests [Newspaper Article] — News — 4 August 1923
BOXING Tonight's Interstate Contests At the Melbourne Stadium tonight the visiting Welsh boxer Charlie Stone will meet the Victorian, George White, over twenty rounds. George Eagel (U.S.A.) will clash with Danny Morgan (Wales) at Rushcutter's Bay Stadium. SEGAR RETURNS FROM BARRIER, After a successful visit Fred Segar returned from Broken Hill this week. He will again visit the Barrier in a couple of weeks to meet the winner of the Jordan-Volaire contest, which takes place on Saturday, August 11. "PUD" SEGAR ILL. "Pud" Segar, who Was matched to meet Wally Burke at the Quadrangle tonight, has been laid aside with in fluenza, and the contest has been de clared off. The younger Segar returned home with his brother.
KNOCKED INTO RIVER Accidents to Lumpers [Newspaper Article] — News — 4 August 1923
KNOCKED [JTO IVER Accidents to Lumpers George Williams. a wharf laborer, was taken to the Port Adelaide Ca sualty Hospital last night dripping wet and suffering from a wound in one of his feet. At 10 o'clock, while the steamer Lady Isobel was discha, inkl poles at Mus grave \:Vharf. Gý ancille. the fricti n winch slipped and a ]ole struck WVil liams, and knockedl him into the river between the wharf and ship. He was slpeedily recscued, and, iittie the wotrse for his; cold bath. conveyed to the h:se lital. where the injury to lh* font 'e *eiv.-d attentin. He then went home. Earlier in the eveninl. at the same Steamer, L. Clausen. a lumrer w,:rk'ng on deck, was struck by a siing of slee piers. His hand was slightly injured.
TOLL OF THE FLOOD Details of Salisbury Less DEVASTATION WHOLESALE SALISBURY, Today [Newspaper Article] — News — 4 August 1923
TLLOF THE FL0 i DVASTATICN W HOLESALE (By Our Spec ,al Reporter.) \LIASURY. Tlday ~t- i fth ,-am'narised statement i; ycrac?iay's ' ."Na r,~ eardJng damage by the nowaij t. ~ th r:.;igout the d1: tr,.'. t ti,;aL~, :r ' thii.-?i]J is ma .re iihreci ed.e On MAr. 't e's pruperty' there is an 8-ft. eiubaiunenut surrounding the orange grove. T'he water came over it, carryiig geat !tcgs that tore trees out by the roots. in one section where poorman's oranges were growing, the total yield this year has been only 'three tons, against 10 tons last year and an estimate of 12 tons thi' season. It is only at the top of the trees that the oranges are sound. In numerous in stances whole rows have been stripoad clean. Some Mandarin trees, the branches of which were loadeH w th H"it. are car rying only a scattering of remnants, while round the trees are piled up diseased and rotting heans. "I have been here 30 years," said Mr. Tate. "and have never seen anything like it before. We have had 16 flood...
CHEERS AND RIBBONS GAY ARRIVAL OF STUDENTS [Newspaper Article] — News — 4 August 1923
CHEERS AND RIBBONS flAY ARRIVAL OF STUDENTS Three hundred cheering students gaily bedecked with ribbons greeted the Melbourne express upon arrival this morning. With a garland of yel low and green ribbons on the engine the train was decorated picturesquely, and from out of a score of windows streamers of ribbon floated. Then a score of throats shouted; "WVelcome, Adelaide!" It was the arrival of the Melbourne Teachers' College students, who are re-. turning last year's visit. Next week! they will meet in friendly rivalry with ! the scholars of the Adelaide. Teachers' College. There was no ceremony-only a great crowd of young people, all smiling friendship at each other, and a few. older ones beaming youthfully. If there were no speeches the enthusiasm was all there. Passengers from the. other carriages struggled good-naturedly to force their way through the crowd. But it was nj good. The welcome had to be dlone well or not at all, and so for five minutes the students circled round e...
SHOTS ON SHIP Chinese in Custody AMERICANS RECOVERING SHANGHAI, August 3. [Newspaper Article] — News — 4 August 1923
SHOTS ON SHIP Chinese in Custody AMERICANS RECOVERINGi (REUTER'S.) SHANGHAI. August 3. According to a message from Ichanr the American Admiral in command of the Yangtze squadron, has ordered the detention of the Chinese official and his escort, who have been transferred to the United States cruiser Isabel, pend ing an investig;ation. The captain of the ship Alice Dollar was also shot in the leg. The four per sons wounded are progressing favor ably. On August 2 a cablegram read:-A report from Ichang states that the cap tain of the American ship Alice Dollar was severely assaulted by the escort of a Chinese civil official who boarded the steamer to proceed to Hong Hong, and objected to the accommodation. Shots were fired, and the bullets richocheted and wounded the captain's wife and the ship's agent's wife and daughter. The siren was sounded, and a boardinm party was sent from the United States cruiser Isabel and detained the escort.