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"We Have the Men" Plea Made for Oversea Team MELBOURNE, Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923
"We Have the Men" Plea Made for Oversea Team MELBOURNE, Today. '-Now that the Federal Government has made an aiddiioial grant of £3,f00 in the event of a further £10,C00 being raised I trust that the sporting publci of Australia will realise the generous action of the Prime Minister and his colleagues." In these words MIr. H. A. Sennett (chairman of the Victorian Olympic Council) expressed himself r3hen- asked how he regarded the action taken by the Federal Government. "We have the talent all right.," h continued. "Take the case of Slip Carr, the New South :W'ales and Austra-ian sprint champion, who has just broken the Danish record for 100 metres. Op portunity is the great thing. CarrYs wonderful feats pi-ovide a good ariswe-i to those pes';imists who ay' we have no chance at the Paris games. Let us send at many young fe lows as we can and give themi fthe?' chahce to. gain oex per:ence.
Lord Mayoralty Report Premature [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923
Lord Maybralty Report Premature "it is a hit prenatuire. .I don't know a word about what is in the papers," declared Ald. C. R. J. Glover, memrer for Gawler Ward, when questionred regard ing a report to the effect that he was a candidate for the psitiion of Lord Mayor. "It is a little early to miake an.6' ai riouncement at present," he added. ................-...:. .
FEDERAL WORKS IN CITY Australia's Purse Opened POST OFFICE ONLY ONE OF SCHEMES [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923
FEDERAL WORKS IN CITY Australia's Purse Opened POST OFFICE ONLY ONE OF SCHEMES Extensive public works are being undertaken in this city' under the direction of the Commonwealth bepartment of Pub lic Works, and the country is not being overlooked in the wise expenditure now authorised. Much is exipected from the Common wealth works programme. Many towns will ultimately benefit from it. SRemodelling and extensions to the General Post Office are well under way, the total estimated expenditure.being £S0,000. Demolishmnt and preparation contracts for the alterations have been completed. The main contract for re building is now in progress. Mr. H. S, C. Jarvis is the contractor in both cases. A further contract for steel window frames has been let to James Bell and! Co. Mr. Jarvis also has the fourth con;-i tract of fitting counters and screens, and remodelling the old building. En gineers are perfecting their schemes for electric lighting, power, heating, and ventilation, and Iifts, whic...
GAMES AT OLYMPIA FEDERAL GRANT PLEASES Mr. Hodgetts Asks For Support [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923
GAMES AT OLYMPIA FEDERAL GRANT PLEASES Mr. Hodgetts Asks For Support The Federal Govetr~inment has agreed to contribute £3,0~0 toward expenses of the Australian uthle~tic teams which will compete at the Olympic Gamesj in Paris in July next. Mr. H. W. I-Hodgetts (president ofl the Olympic Coun6iI of South Aus tralia) remarked on the gift:--"This is the result of the interview with the Prime Minister. The Government of the Commonwealth is prepared to donate £3 for every £10 subscribed 1y the peoble of Australia. The de cision is important and is most satis factory to the Olympic Councils in the various States. It iSi a lead for the public, atid it is to be hoped it will follow it and so subscribe the £10.000 required." The total cost of the tour of 40 athletes wiil be in the vicinity of £13,000. It behoves everybody inte rested in the proper representation of Australia at the Olympic Games to assist to ard this end. and with this practical help of the Federal Govern ment I feel confid...
MRS. RUSSELL LOSES Divorce Appeal Dismissed CHILD'S RIGHT TO PEERAGE (UNITED SERVICE.) LONDON, July 21. [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923
MRS. RUSSELL LOSES Divorce Appeal Dismissed CHILD'S RIGHT TO PEERAGE S .(UNITED SERVICE.) ,,d' ?- l' :LONDON, July 21. Mrs. Rusels .fappeai against the verdict given against her in the recent divvrce ,ase hus been diSmissed. Mrs. Russel's baby was the main pnint! of interest iil .the case. l.Her couinsel, Mr. Patrick Ia-tijigs, arguted for six hours1 that he wa.S .opel)cS.d, on the groTun' oft inorality, public p'olicy, and the sanctityj of domestic relations, to allow a husband or Wife to disclose his or her maritil rela tions with a view to pIroving illegitimacy. He added tha't the jury would be inlueunced by s.mpat.hy for the husband. MIr. Marshall'Hall, counsel for the lHon. J. . H Rs~ell, ,aid thaint nhe contrary sym pat.hly ;for the innocent child wa~ the greatest obstacle. The three Judges unanimously held that the question of legitimacy did not arise. It was ~nerely a question of misconduct SIt ~as doubtful if the jury's verdict could even be admittl w-hen in the future it ....
ARCHITECT ABROAD MR. RUTT IN NEW GUINEA Amazing Heroism of White People [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923
CHITECT ABROAD MR, RUTT IN NEW GUINEA :&mazing Heroism of White People -aklng progress under its new ad 7finistration, New Guinea, has a great future. This was the opinion expressAd by >Mr. Charles W. Rutt, the Adelaide arc-hitect. whio has just returned from & fi;e weleks' holiday, his first for eight years. "At WVitu just hefore we landed," said Mr. Rut., "they had e;ght inches ofrain in one day.. Adelaide is not the only pIlace that has ,been sufferiing from a,lack of suinshine, for at Longran Island they saw the first gleam for flve Neeks when we were there. S:Charles W. Rutt, F..SA.A..A. 1 -iwas struck by. the change in ad iiilistritlon, -which has been- criticised Wither frequently.' The islands, -New . r?itain, New Island, German New Guines, a'nd outlying. parts are all.un dn, our adilitristration' now, and- al Tbhough they have not had .a chance to geti settled I tlhink they are doing won 'ders. '.1'Frst of all., they were under military too?trol, and then...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS BIRTHS AND DEATIHS, BEREAVEMENT NOTICES, MARRIAGES, and IN MEMORIAM NOTICES, accepted at "The News" Office, and by telephone, for insertion on the Back Page up te 1 p.m. daily. Such notices may also be forwarded through any of the nume-. rous "*News" Agencies. Notices received after l p.m. will be inserted with the late adver tisements. (In order to guard against imposition, Notices of Births, Marriages, and Deaths must be authenticated by some respectable person to ensure insertion.i BIRTHS CARPENTER.-On July 14, at Rose Park, Private Hospital, Lo Mr. and .Iis. V. W. Carpenter, of Kent Town-a daughter (Betty). I)OiPKE (nee Stella Walker).-On July 23, at Viss Lawrence's Private IIospital, Wake fielcd street, to Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Doepke Sdaughter (Mary Walker). Both well. DEATHS DEER.--On July 23 at his residence, Mar shall terrace, Brool:lyn Paik, Reuben, dearly beloved Husband of Fanny Elizabeth Deer, aged 69 years. At Rest. IN MEMORIAM PRADBURY.-In l...
GOOD ROADS AND BAD Latest Motor Registrations [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923
GOOD ROADS AND BAD Latest Motor Registrations 224Z39--rwin Jenke, Eudunda, 2.5 Ford. ?5?,?--Johnson & .!cLLO', Angusicn, 22.5 Ford. 2251-G;oldberg Pros., 42 North terrace, West \deliade. 22.5 Ford. 2253'22-AlfrEd Gcorge Irvinc, 13, Eotanic street, Hackney, S1.2 Buick. ?5(:3-Willliam James Hunkina, 54 Mau I street, Un!ey. 19.; International. 2O504-George Wilhelm Purbe, Tanunda, 22.r l'ord. 224"--Ralph Davey, Torrens road, North Ciroydon. 7.9 Swift. 2493--.lorph Hlenry Leverlngton, Ketlar:~: strcet, Brighton. 11.2 Standard. 2494 --James Morgan, 12 Comptcn street, o,' GougSer street, 18.9 Oakland. 22495-Alexander Lyell McEwen, jun., Hart, 27.: Buick. 22496--Gordon Stanley ?'atts, Commercial Hotel, Gawler place, 22.5 Ford. 2249l7-Jseph ,,illtiamn Howard, Woodvil:: We.t, 25.S Overland. "229--Yalata Limited, 4S Pirio Chambers. Adclaide, 22.5 Ford. "20D---Acdoplh, -., 22.5 Ford. 27?s.A--tnley Drew, 20 Welland avenue. Welland, .2.3 Ford. Conference of Car.Agents Provides Spectacular...
TRUNK TELEPHONE LINES Country Will Benefit MELBOURNE, Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923
TRUNK TELEPHONE LINES Country Wil Benefit MELBOURNE, Today. Extensive additiors are being made by the Postmaster-Generals Departmuent to country telephone trunk lines through out Australia. Mr. Gibson (Postmas ter-General) announced yesterday that 3,500 miles of trunk lines were erected last month. 'The zoning system, by which sub scribers would be charged the distance between conversations and calls on the basis of the direct points instead of the by-line distance, will become operative shortly. So soon as statistics ,are received from all the States the change over from the old method of calculating calls will take place. This will mean a conrsiderable saving to country sub s:cribers using trunk lines.
In the Shrubbery [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923
In the Shrubbery flowering and ornamental leaf hrilfte fnrm a f??nture in nracticl fry garden. Thiir success depen them beling planted suitably a ated correctly. At present the beautiful wattles, c Ba, ileyana, Podalyrifolla, Dec rs, and Longifolia are in full bloo rectly they have finished flowerl ts necessary to prur?e them ha ck, pruning well below the floweri wod. Complaints are constantly md at theae Acacias are short liv Ts is almost lnvar:ably because tres are allowed to wear themsel ot. Pruning just after flowering cau e tree to produce strong growth fr e main branches when the tree ll of sap and vigor. The wal akes its best growth during ring and summer, and this grow ovides the flowers for the follown nter. The silvwry foliage of some varfe mkes a splendid contrast to the ot rubs mnd trees, and the best althiest foliage can only be sece y cutting t1W. trees back hard ev ar. Another point in favor of this prun SIng is that the trees can be kept down to a site suitable to th...
IRRIGATION FOR MEXICO Big Schemes Projected [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923
IRRIGATION FOR MEXICO Big Schemes Projected Several commissions of engineers have been appointed by the Department of Public Works of the Mexican Government to make surveys a'nd estimates of water storage dams and irrigation systems that are to be constructed in different parts of the country. The largest of these de -elopment projectsi is int the State of San Luis Potosi. The dam will be situated at El Mesquite, andt its construction is already under way. It is stated that the dam at El Mesquite will cost approximately £300,000, and will form a storage reservoir sufficient to irri gate 2,500,00G0 acres. In respect to area to be reclaimed'it is said to be the largest irrigation project in the world. The inland lake formed by the dam will also be the largest artificial body of water on the continent, according to engineers. Another commission of engineers is in the State of Sonora doing preliminary work for a system of canals by which the water of the Sonora River will be used in irr...
EMPIRE WIRELESS Terms of Agreement RATES LOWER THAN CABLE LONDON, July 24. [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923
EMPIRE WIRELESS Terms of Agreement RATES LOWER THAN CABLE (REUTER'S.) LON:DOY. July 24. iritroducing the Post Office Esti mates in the HIouse of Commons, Mr. L. Worthington Evans stated the prin cipal terms agreed to by the Marconi Company for an Empire wireless ser 'Vice. Marconi's at the outset will provide two stations and the Government one, apart from the exi4ting stations at Leafield and Carnarvon. Revenue from the stations will be pooled and divided between the company and the Government proportionately. Effective power stations will be contributed by each, apd Government operators will work the whole of the services, the cost to be borne equally by the Government and the company. The rates, when ipossible, will be lower than cable rates. The Govern ment is empowered to admit other parties to the pool if satisfied. They will be able to provide equally as cfi cient stations and to license other parties to conduct wireless services without admitting them to the pool. The Govern...
RIOTS IN GERMANY Public Officer Killed OPPOSITION TO FACISM LONDON, July 24. [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923
RIOTS IN GERMAWI --- Public Officer Killed OPPOSITION TO FACISM (REUTER'S.) LONDON, July 24. One hundred thousand people assembled yesterday in response to the appeal of the Social Democratic and Communist Parties and Trade Unions at Frankfort-on-Main and par ticipatel in a demonstration against usury ad Facism. All the shops were closed. Collisions with the police occurred. After the meeting the house of Dr. Haas, Public Prosecutor, was ran s;acked, and Haas was beaten to death and his wife and fa.ther rmaltreated. The police eventually restored order. In view of the seriousness of the fpolitical situation, Noske. Governor of the Province of Hanover. prohibited all open-air meetings on July 29, the date fixed for tha Communi.st anti 95 Bulgarions on Trial (REUTER'S.) LONDON, 3uly 24. :eMssages from Sofia state that the trial has been opened at Plovna of 9,5 persons who are alleged to have been concerned in a Communist re bellion against the new Bulgarian Government. Five are accuse...
MANY STRAGGLERS ON THE RIGHT Women Worst Offenders [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923
MANY WSTRAiGLES ON THE RIGHT Women Worst Offenders After months of teaching and .gentle persuasion by the men in blue, Adelaide people have not yet been able to adapt themselves to the "keep to the left" rule of the path. i Armed with umbrellas and babies, women (who are the worst offenders) straggle from right to left, leaving in their wake a trail of "Beg your par Son" and "Sorry, madam." That there are many offenders against the "keep to the left" rule was strongly emphasiscd by a check kept at busy corners of Adelaide during business hours. It was found that 979 people were passers-by at selected spots within a quarter of an hour, and that 18S of them were on the wrong side of the pavement. Nineteen per cent. did not regard the rule. Six corners were chosen for the ex pcriment, and the figures obtained in a two-minute check make interesting comparison: Corner. Right Wriag Side. Side. Hindley street .... .. . Ipundle street ...... .. 2 Grenfell street ...1 19 Currie street ... Ya...
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