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London Stores, Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — News — 4 August 1923
London Stores, Ltd. Thnreholders of London Stores, Limited. ?nve agrred to Ithe dtrr tor'n' proposal to rapitall?, profits to the extent of £100000. andrr diitribute as: bonut shares to share hntler, 1i00.OW. of the uniiu?Id shares of the ( m!11m panv\. ,'r > l ," :,!4 fp il'" t i~ll 01 "*tiS. '... tion of such bon'.. The rcrip will be piulcil to sharetloltrs by Auguts t It.
EXCHANGE RATES Bank of N.S.W. Advices [Newspaper Article] — News — 4 August 1923
- EXCHANGE RATES Bank of N.S.W. Advices According to advices roceived by the Bank of New South Wales, actual rates 6f exchange on London on the dates mentioned are as follow: New York (dollars to £1. 'lettahd), 4.59, .3oltreal (dollars to £1, demand), 4,71, 25/7/23. Paris (franc.s to £I, cheques), 77.&S, 2f/7/23. Ilrussels (francs to £1, T.T.), fi3.00, 24/7/2~. Italy (lire to £1, eight), 104.50. 25/7/2". Nladrid (pesetas to £1, sight). 32.10, 21/7/23. SwItzerland (francs to £I, s?ghtV, 2.75, 24/7/23. IIolsingfors (F. marks to £1, sight), 166.00, 2A.7/23.7 Grceco (drachmaee to £1, sight), 5.0(o, 24/7/23. Amsterdam (florin to £1, sight), 11.70, 34./7/23. 13atavia (guilders to £1, sight), 11.Cfi; Stockholm (kronor to £1, sigIt), 17.21, 24/1/2?. Christians (kroner to £1, sight), 28.30, 24/7/23. Copenhagen (k-oner to £1, sight), 2d.8 , 21/7/23. Prague (krone to £L. T.T.). %4.00. .' ? Germany (marks to £1, sight), 2,500,00), 25/7/2-. I,?sbon (pence to escudo, T'.T., 2 1-Sd., 25t7f...
THE METAL MARKET Fall In Lead [Newspaper Article] — News — 4 August 1923
THE METAL MARKET Fall In Lead According to adv'ices received by the Ans traltan Metal Exchange Liondon Metal Ex change (mlddlej quotations for AugUst 3 aro as follow: Copper, standard, spot (rise /.), £64 1/3. Copper, three months (rise 5!/), £65 6/3. Copper, best selected, £6, 5/. Copper, electrolytic, £71 10/. /4 Lead, soft foreign, spot (fall 2/6). £24. Lead, forward Ifall 1/3), £23 15/. Spelter, spot (rise 7/1;, £S1 5/ Speller, forward (rise 2/t) £30 T1/. .Tin, standard, spot (fall 18/9), £181 8/9. Tin, three months (fall 18/9), £182 8/9. Silver, standard, cash. 2/,; 15-1G. Sliver, forward (rise l-led.), 2/9 3-8. Silver, fine, cash. 2 9 Z-8. Silver, forward (viseI-lG.), 2/9 1-8.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — News — 4 August 1923
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New Zealand Wool [Newspaper Article] — News — 4 August 1923
New Zealand Wool TDaring the ~922-.3 wool ,easou New Zealand rowe r. -od 4,7.517 lales of wool, which realisci £7.'te9.739, average prices ranging trom £10 11 in the Gisborne district, to £19 7't;/, in the Christchurch district. Wel lington is easIly the largest wool-growing centre, its output being 112.510 btles, of the rnlue of £1,70j)01.. The ,iverago price of Australasian wool in 1913-14 was £1. 4/11 a bale, and for the previous year £13 13/1, Fo that the pr(-war level has been much cxreeded. ]t(,sul?' in the leading ditrlcts are as follow: -Wellington. ]12.510 bales. value £1,707,013: Christchurch. (4. 3?7, £1.250,.16; Napier, 79.411. £1,11405g: Dunedin. ,0.261, £l.13S.000: Wanganui, 50,S25. £703102S. The total productiou of w-ol in 1922 wsa 175,,0A,0?0 lb. Grower. in the T7Ominion are ,ill lis?u.?nig the propoal before the '.arme'r' Union in favor of putting the mar keting of the whose of New Zealand wool in the hands of a small board, represeuta tive of both the large and Sma...
HENLEY'S NEW TEMPLE [Newspaper Article] — News — 4 August 1923
HENLEY'S NEW TEMPLE IHetnley f3lach Congrcgatlonali?f?s will open the new building, whih has been designated 'The Temple," tomorrow. A form?:l opening ceremony will be per formed at 10.25 a.m. by te R,.v. Willianm Ilawke, the pastor, who will also conduct public worship at il o'clock. .'rvi'c. will als 3 be held at : p. .r. and 6.49 ).mh., and a high tea on V.'dner-' ty. Aug?rt. S. The form:? full of type for the. ne':t Oa'a pUrCg, drorO:ed to rth: floe with a he r realnlg cash. and the oar;. o.it?r tur 1 S0n," ir-e ter dl, 'oartlr !y, to a fella: w rkrn an, "fo:' the , ia' of ,vcrything, and tell t.. "'ief'" "G.o yovr etf.' the orthe:- remr rker'i: "you'; LettC?" at breaking ute t: an I an.j
SOCIAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — News — 4 August 1923
SOCIAL NOTES NIrs. Glen Legoe and Miss Nancy Legoe -are expected back from England today. Miss Alison Blaxland, of Sydney, is staying at the Queen Adelaide Club. * * * Mrs. Sydney Ayors will return to Clare on Tuesday. The committee of St. Aloysius' and St. Ignatius' branches of the IHibernian Society have issued invitations to the annual ball in the Norwood Town Hall on Tuesday, August 21. The president of the Women's Non Party Association (Mrs. Carlile McDon nell) has issued invitations for Tuesday afternoon to meet Dame Adelaide An derson. The Sailors, Soldier., and Nurses Rela-1 tives' Association have issued invitations to a social afternoon in the Blind School Hall, North Adelaide, on Tuesday, to me-et the patraoness (Lady Bridges).
Exciting Play Marks To-day's League Football Games Master Orient Again Steeple to Whackers Up NORTGATE AND PISTOLATOR IN FORM [Newspaper Article] — News — 4 August 1923
Exciting Play Mar s Io-d ays League Football aes -?-' *-' . .. . . . .. .-_ ._.. --.'&lt; - - -- --- --- - ^- . _ . .A - Master Orient Again Steeple to Whackers Up NORTHGATE AND PISTOLATOR IN FORM T-In rn-w racing season was opened $i Sv'Ith Austra~lia at Evanston this a.f tern'k*n, whiten the cj twler Club held its cust,::maryT winter meeting. P.eing opened up wiLih the First Divi sion cr-f the Trial Staken, fc-r which Good ,Hople and aliss Aides were best fan Ciei. sI ea-t'2 :u:d. L:aLtaias attended to the early runing, but Coin ot the 1 eahi securel a iuc-y ru. on !.lihe rails entcrig the rr?ight, and w?ent on to Wvi. ,a;lY frmn a ui.eLaniu , with Sireatu?s third. tin ,.Ofi the :eal?in won: twice at BJro:ken Hill ecity. H-e is o'vrned by, Mlr. Joseph 7£in-UTcs. P1ISTOLA TOR C;MFORtTABLY. Sobriqueti was the only withdrawal in the first division of the Phoenix Hlurdle1 heRace. Sarah Curran was :ient to they head of cquotati:ns, with .Pistolator nexti in demand. The last.nua...
S.P.C.A. [Newspaper Article] — News — 4 August 1923
S.P.C.A. The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals will hold Animal Week during September (9 to 16), Show Week. Two entertainments will be given to augment the funds, the first, a concert, on Thursday. September 6, in the Ade laide Town Hall, for which a good pro gramme has been arranged by Madame] Delmar Hall. The following artists will assist-Miss Sylvia WVhitington, A.M.U.A.. Miss Thora Gordon Short. Miss Muriel Prince, L.A.B., Mr. William Silver. Mr. I larold Wylde, F.R.C.O.,' MIr. George Pearce, advanced students from the studios of .Madame Delmar lall and Mr. Winsloo Hall, and the Conservatorium ladles' part-singing class. This concert will be given in the pro??nee of the Governor (Sir Tom Bridges) and Lady Bridges, the Chief Justice (Sir George Murray) and Miss Murray, the Lord Mayor and Lady Mayoress (Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Cohen), the Bishop of Adelaide, S-ir Lancelot Stirling, Professor Harold Davies, Mus. Doe., and Mr. S. .T. Jacobs. On Friiday, September 14. a bal...
COMPILING A MENU Not An Easy Task [Newspaper Article] — News — 4 August 1923
COMPILING A MENU Not An Easy Task To the young. inexperienced house keeper the compiling of menus is a source of unending puzzle and Worry. 5t is not easy to arrange a combina tion of dishes which are seasonable, reasnal.,!e in price, and well balanced, It is a mattoer of confgratulation that long. heovy repasts are now quite out of dat and Il i-:t sinmuicity is, or should be. the keynote of ,very dinner, cou pled with perfection in each minute de tail. Speed in serving the different courses is also essential to the success of the meal. The following hint. should be studied (erefuly. as they will greatly simplify the work. until, with a little experience, compilation of me nus will offer no special difficulty. Before drawing up the menu. consi der the occasion on which the meal is to be served-if a family dinner, a for mal dinner, dance, or supper. Try to recall any particular whims or fancies of your family or guests. This is a most necessary precaution nowadatys, whih so many peop...
THE BEST SAUCE [Newspaper Article] — News — 4 August 1923
THE BEST SAUCE It's an old, old adage that runs: "Jfun ger is th.:best/sai e,' but it, is jatst as Itrue now. as it ever was. One reason why the food that we cat when we are away on holidays always seems so well cooked and so much more tempting than that which we have at homes is because our appetities have been stimulated by the change of air. The chances are, also, that we have spent more time outdoors, that we have exercised our bodies, and thus have made ourselves hungry. TRY STARVLNG. In ordinary cases of loss of appetite a little sensible starving is not a bad idea. When children lose their appetites, most mothers try to get something to tempt them. They feel seemingly that if the child goes without a meal or eats lightly for several meals, he is in danger of fad ing away entirely. But with children the abstinence cure for loss of appetite even more feasible than with adults. For children may rest as much as they choose. They may even spend a day or so in bed, b)ut most adults...
MANY MURDERS Fiendish Farmer (PUBLISHED IN "THE TIMES.") LONDON, August 2. [Newspaper Article] — News — 4 August 1923
MANY MURDERS Fiendish Farmer (PUBLISHED IN "THE TIMES.") LONDON, August 2. A terrible series of murders have been committed by a Fortuna farmer, whom doctors certify as sane (says the Madrid correspondent of "The I Times"). He first strangled his wife, then stabbed his uncle, and next dan gerously wounded his brother, who approached him. 1ie then shot a friend, and proceeded to supper, when, apaprently annoyed by the cries of his six months' old baby, he threw the child from the window. A civil guardl was compelled to be siege the farm before the man was arrested.
CROQUET [Newspaper Article] — News — 4 August 1923
CROQUET The South Australian Association has ar ranged a series of pennant mati.cheis. club against club, in three sections. A teams will play on Monday. B on Tuesday, and Thursday, and C on Wednesday and Friday, beginning on August 6, 7, and 8, and ending on September 3, 13, and 14. Five clubs arc competing for the A. pen nant. and twelve each for the B and C. The first matches on Monday will be playrd between Medindie and Marryatville at thW Fitzroy courts, and Fitzroy and Tcorak! at the Medindie courts. Six contests for B teams will take place on Tuesday, and six for C teams on Wednesday.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — News — 4 August 1923
OVERCOATS I OVERCOATS U OVERCOATS BRUCE'S Specia Overcoa Sale i GENUINE REDUCTIONS TO CLEAR THE BALANCE OF / OUR STOCKS. Our Special i HEAVY GREY OVERCOATS, WELL MADE, AND WITHOUT x º b DOUBT THE BEST VALUE IN I,; r 1 / ITHE CITY. I!ll I', EACH. WELL WORTH DOUBLE , ,. THE MONEY. All-Wool Travelling Rugs, usual Special L'int n: Overo ws, raging price 30/, ti Clear 23/6 In price up to 75', to clear 37/6 Mden's W'orking Trousers, 7/3, 8/11, Strong Line Underpants and Under 10/6, 11/6 pair shirts, 3/11 each We have a fine range of Boys' Suits to elrose from, and can offer Special ,Ien's Fashion Sbir-ts, all sizes Value in sizes 5's to 10's, at 25/, en's Fashion Sirts, all sizes, `?'cý/ 4/11each Men's and O.S. Pyjamas, it go4d , Winter eights, 8/11 . Mail Orders Men's BIlack Working Shirts, all Mail orders receive :izc., 5/6 each 1 prompt attention. We will be pleased to M'-n's All-Wool Flannel Under shirts, 7/3 and 7/11r quote for any lines Special Value in Men's Braces, you may require...
WOMAN'S WORLD The Social Calendar [Newspaper Article] — News — 4 August 1923
WOMAN95 The Social Calendar August 6.-2.co---MPs. Alfred A '.carfe's Bridge. Grand Central. August 7.-Teachers' Concert, Town Hall. Aurust 7.-W.N.P.A., to meet Damne Adelaiule A ndemon. A u.gut 7.-Sol i ers' Rela tires' As oeia tiol). to meet Lady Bridges, Blind School Hall1 A igmvst 5.-7.40--Teachers' College. Ball, Exhibition. August iO.-2.30-Combifled Girls' Schools Sports. Adelaide Oval. August 10.-Dame Adelaide Anderson as Lecture, North terrace. A ugust 13.-S-Alfred de Musset's "Un' Caprice," i'he Grosvenor. August 17.-S-.30-Bl1ue and WI'it& Dance. Osborne Htdl. August 18.-A.R.C. Meeting, Victoria Par-k. August 21:-~I~bern'ian Ball, Norwood Town 1i;21i. .\uz ust 24.-3-Fete in aid of Po rish August 24.-S-Kindergarten Dance. Pnhlai Royal. Aug'wt 24.--S.45--Mrs. Dudley Turner 'hn'l Mrs. Waltcr Duncan's Dalnce, Osborne Hail. A ugust 2.5.--A.Rl.C. Meeting, Victoria Par1k. Auguet 30.-7.30-Artillery Ball, Oshotnve Hll. August .31.--S.30-Ladv Victoria Bux ton Girls' Club Dhinc...
CHEER-UP TALKS SAFE ANCHORAGE [Newspaper Article] — News — 4 August 1923
CHEER-UP TALKS SAFE ANCHORAGE (By "Irven.") -A friend came in to me on Monday with my last "Cheer-up Talk" in her hand and said. "Irven, do you. really nman this about house duties not being as important as we think?" "Not half as important as keeping cheerful and being ready with a happy coniradely spirit to welcome your loved ones when they come in," I answered. "You can't do this when you are all tuckered out and weary to the marrow of your bones. You can't be expected to. A weary body produces a very lowering reaction on mind and mood, doesn't it?" "Too true!" my friend said sorrow fully. Then I pressed the matter home, for I know how temperamental she is, as are most finely-strung women. "Can you deny," I asked, "that nearly every domestic difference in your happy home begins at just this point? You have buzzed round like a bee in a bottle all day because you want everything just perfect. Put you hav6 not only done an incredible amount of duties which, be it said for the excuse...
'VARSITY STUDENTS Successful "Long Night" [Newspaper Article] — News — 4 August 1923
'VARSITY STUDENTS Successful "Long Night" lThe "Long Night," given by the 'Var sit.y Dance ClUb at Windsor Cafe last night was a great success. The decorations Were unique, being carried out n Egyptian tapestry andt pitures, with streamers of Oriental: coloring crossing the room. Palms Were held in place by Egyptlan slaves, and imntrtatir.n flowers, Weird and won derful completed the bizarre effe.t. Professor and Mrs. Wood-Jones re Ceived the guests, and Mrs. Harold Davies was responsible for th: dicora tions. The orchestra, ,.rf Jack Fewster, Limited, with Mr. Tom King at. the piano, prevld?e., the music. Members of the Committ.? w\vere Miss Pepita S;lr:fIders, Miss Winnie Preedy, (Miss Dolly ,I-Harris, Miss Ida Dorsch Mr. John Naylor. Mr. J. ,Woo, Mr. Keith Gray, Mr. M. Oliuhant, and Mr. ? Lewis Thyer (hon. seemttary). Among those present were:-Prof. and Mrs. Wood-Jones, Prof. and Mrs. llHarold D)avies, Mr. and Mrs. Penicuick. Mrs. J. B. Cleland, Mrs. John Cranpt. u Dr. and Mrs. H...
Today's Weather Map [Newspaper Article] — News — 4 August 1923
Today's Weather Map In beo above map the isobars or Ites of dual b2rom:Tri' preFro are shown. the valies being indicated by the figures giveon at the eud o! each line. Dirert'o of the wind is shown by arrows flying with the witnd.-Light breeze. arrow without .ail: moderate breeze. arrow with one tail: strong breeze, arrow with two tail." gale, arrow with three tails; 0 reprk-sets calm. The s:ate of :he sea is stlown: by the letters, iS.smooth), M. tmoder..te), R. (rough), V.K. ivery rou2h) Ehid ,iug indicates rain has fallen.