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NOT WANTED Manila Demands Independence AMERICAN'S RECALL SOUGHT SHANGHAI, July 24. [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923

Manila Demands.;i I ,depende: :..: -. . , .: : :. -:-, . . .. . . . ... ·._. ,: .r ,{ 5 '.. AMERICAN'S RECALL SOUGHT SHANGH' T July24 Both. -Houses of the Ile-gta'atu"I?. a Manila, sittin as " an , irndepende . Coiimission, ,this morning sent. a lution" to Pre.sidentF"Harding .'dema? i lng the imtnmediat`e "rca.! .:rcall of Woods and the appointment .of . ," pino Governor-General -. -I They -'also.-: pas?ied - :reo~u : 1comiipl~te i~d a~oflte ef r'ttlhe :Oniiy~S ,poi~dblt a;u~u~1 o

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FIRST AIR STRIKE Pilot Demands Rise TRIP DELAYED THREE HOURS LONDON, July 24. [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923

Curitis Flying Boat being landed at P ort Adelaide this mornin P:ilot: .Demands .Ri .e TRIPDELIAYED THREE HOURS *(REU~TER~S.) LONDON,, July 24. "The first case of..an air liner being held up in consequence of" the crew striking occurred at the Croydon Aeto drome. Passengers were. aboard aLnd the engine was already running when the. pilot de~ianded higher pay. A sfibstitute -was, not a;vailabl. ari -the request was . cin'ceded. - - .Thie daeparture of the aeropafne .was

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
RACIAL EQUALITY Government Announces Policy INDIAN REQUESTS CONSIDERED LONDON, July 24. [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923

RACGIAL EQUALITY Government Announces Policy INDIAN REQUESTS CONSIDERED S(REUTER'S.) LONDON, July 24. In a--whitepaper on the Kenya ques tion the Government states it has de cided not to adopt the commlinal sys fem of representation for Indians and Arabs on the Legislative Council The number of official members to be nocni nated. is so fixed as to maintain the offi cial majority oiln the Council. One will be n6minated as an unofficial member, and 'ill be ;selected: from the. Chliristian miss!onaries to protect the native inte rests. Authority. is given to appoint a missionary as additional .unofflciai member to the Executive Council. The policy of Yegreption between Euriopeans and Asiatics? must be aban doned and reservation for high lands for EuroiPeans maintained,, and portion of the low lands.. experimentally re served for Indian agriculture develop merit. The question of control of immigra-. tion has been referred to the Governers of Kenya and 'Uganda foi submission of.their pro...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
IRISH TENNIS CHAMPION Native Of Bendigo MELBOURNE, Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923

IRISH TENNIS CHAMPIIWN Native Of Bendi go * MELBOURNE, Today' Dr.. Alec Mackay, who won the Iri? tennis. chamnpionship, caused a senrat last year by defeating many leadin tennis, players of England in a .cast championship. He beat 'the Engli Davis Cup player .iMavrogodato in final. Dr. ..Mackay' was, a good i.ntearst:' : player,:, for Victoria, but yeas-: not c:n of the State's best six, and had: no pri; tensions to beionl considered-a caididota for international honors. The docir the., only son of Mr. and MSrs. Geor' Mackay, of Bendigo. Mr. Mackay,:sen was for. 'years editor- of d'The BertlI Advertiser." The Irish champion 1i-' grandson of the late Mr. Angus Mackas who was a Minister of the Crowu i Victoria. Dr. Mlackai. served with the A.I. and his only brothler, Mjr.. Murdo Mackay, 'of the Victorian Bar, swas kille in:.action in France. This is the flr occasion on. which the Irish champioS, ship has been won by an Austrlti?n,?

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SAYS MR. SUBBUBS [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923

SAYS MR. SUBBUBS SNever Mind the Def~nre of Australia, immigration, and so. What about doing something . ti?a u? roads and' mending my keri? . -

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PRAISE FOR "THE NEWS" (To The Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923

P RASE FOR "THE NEWSi (To The Editor.) Mr. H. V.. S. Carey, editor 'The Dig: ger":--Congratulations on the first is sui- of a virile paper, which touches life and all its a ivities 1-' such a? 'right and attractive form, and more.conigra-. uukltions on yonour anniuncement th:L; jte pliiv of The Neaws willtbe demo-1 cratic.and irdependenit. This' will be an 'agr'eeable and salutair. C hange.. -' Your first issue leaves little to be de 1 red, and others :that foilowv are likely to set a standard very difficult to rival, You have earned the tlidnks of the twhole communlfyt for initiatin- theroad that marku a new era :-in ??this -State, {one that stands for leaershlp ,and pro g gtess.. :. I wish. you the .-ew? 4d .of.en t erprise,? success, .nda.-? 1On~i. life -. of?

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Bandits Overrun China Mostly Ex-Soldiers and Farmers BRITISHER CAPTURED AT CHIUHO SHANGHAI, July 24. [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923

. - AGHAT, ly 24. A- telegram sent from Peking by the Commissioner of .Custoims from Pcngyuch, Yuunnan, states that a British subject named Darpcy Wetherby has been captured by biigands.atCh· uho. - The. crux'bof. the:.. bandit. situation in Clhina (sbys a writer in "The New York E!Herald"), lies in the fact that no dis tinguishable line divides, the; Chinese bandit from the soldier and. the farmer.. The soldier :makes up for the deflcien cies in his. pay by tulniing, banidit and' •preying .ii'pbri rich villagers,' While the struggling farmer often beats his plow share into a sword for a raid on his more fortunate uieighbois. There is throughout China, and parti .cularly: . throulghqgut bandit-infested Shantung, a network of leagued ban dits,, soldiersan'd farmers who. are un affected :by *portentous -orders- from Pekin. 'For they have certain conlli ?dence of their ultinimate co-iperatton-ono Sa profit sharing basis ;with the GoVern nment· forces sent aga.nst them. It is Sseldom. t...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
RHODESIAN RIGHTS British Government Purchase SOLD FOR £3,750,000 LONDON, July 24. [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923

RHODESIMaB RIGHT British- Government -Purchase, .. . ..D F 3 :. •~as j ., : , . ' . . ,-. .. SOLD . FOR £3,750,000 . SREUTER'S.) " LON-DON; July 24 SAfter long. negotiations with the Inm perial 'Government,. the British-South Africani Company has reached an agree1 ment,.which the shareholdiers conhirmd today, -under..ichi ,h t-. company Will siirrender, ce~rin ri~h ts- in Rhodettag,-at Sthei thiftiM -: "re?mit?ng ,the mlie i.s i'~.Qth& Weo~na41ts i;.Ifll th. ,rrage ment are the -,pz~ehirlnary filtr6duction c-f respodnisible" g:ov??i.nnent inx Southeirn fRhodesia : irder.Ui th' "riitih .Crown. and Cr.w-n olony .gdvernment unrider Nor thern Rhodesia.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TURKISH TREATY SIGNED Great Jubilation at Lausanne BELLS RING, FLAGS HOISTED, Delegates to the Lausanne Conference have signed Treaty LONDON, July 24. SWISS ENTERTAIN DELEGATES. [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923

TURKISH TREATY SIGNED • - 4- r Great Jubilation at Lausanne BELLS RING, FLAGS HOISTED ;I Delegates .to the Lausanne Conference have signed Treatyi (REUTER'S.) LONDON, July Z4. SWISS ENTERTAIN DELEGATES. The.signing was celebrated by an ad vance banquet to the conference dele gates, given by the Swiss Federal Coun cil at the Lausanne Palace Hotel, where, simultaneously with the serving of champagne, the word "Pax" suddenly appeared on the roof of the hotel in big illuminated letters. SThe square facing the university, where the Peace Treaty was signed, was trabsformed into an English gar den 'gaily decorated with flags. The actual signature was celebrated* by the pealing of church bells, the hoisting of flags on all public buildings, and a display of illuminations in the .vening on the heights surrounding Lausanne. GREAT OBSTACLES OVERCOME. Addressiring the delegates, the Swiss President said the whole world wiw grateful to them for overcoming great obstacles by wisdom and goodwill. ...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Fashion Moves in a Circle Elaboration of Yesterday Brings Simplicity of To day [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923

Fashion Moves in a Circle SElaboration of Yesterday Brings Simplicity of To day Woman is notoriously weak in geo-1 aietty", subject, she will tell you, as diry. as ?:du.t, and totally lacking in color b-ut '..f challe.g~ged ,,y pomesm, dulgent J Fboug in ard?"lj 'scomffiriE male to 0.td'i?e a circle she will evade defeatc - ?cfjarily beg the question by nSin wel l' i Wus ca change plus c'est la ;men~e chose," which is indeed one method of expressing continuity, and certainly brings us to our point. Every newv movement comes to birth in a reaction from an old one, and this applies to dress more than anything else. Extremes of fashion have their day, die, and repeat themselves as the wneel turns. Sometimes a great natural or national catastrophe will ,r .g .:, new custom or fashion. The war had a definite result on the clothes of tle Englishwoman. In the days of our grandmrotbers ÷? Englishwoman was no doubt dis courage, ill tne art of b)e:urit ? .e - self, when such tiresome maxims a...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
All Things To All Women [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923

A > Things To All Women ,mong multitude of fabrics and many elaborations - of straight silhouettes every woman finds frocks for her type--skirts sfiUl hold centre of stage. Frenich, gowns that Engiush women will approve and wear differ in many siubt]e ways from those that please the Parisienne most. This season we are all 'to be gay and figured, youthfully clad for sports in white and brilliant color-absolutely weaned from black unles& it has been presented to us in some new texture, such as that of our old friend alpaca, now modified by its silk threads int, something so soft and light and crepe-like and desirable that we hesitate to call it alpaca for fear ot offending its serene, if reconstructed youth. S.FRE h RANTID ENQLISfl. In considering the question of French frocks for English women the first thing we must realise is that there are two. mentally different classes of women to think of a thing that does not hap pen in.Franice. :The first class wish to Itw chic. an...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SHOOTING FOR GOAL Lewis Still on Top [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923

SHtOOTINfi FOR iOAL Lewis. Still on Top Played. Goals. Lewis (North) ...... .. 8 34 Bnt (Norwood) ........ 9 29 Allingham (Port).. ... 8 2 a. Jlckson (Sturt) .... 9 22 J. W. Daly (South) .... 8 19 WVaters (Sturt) ;. ....... g 17 Downs (South).... .. .9 17 rlarvell. (Torrens) ... 8 1. 0. O'Grady (Torrens) .. 9 Harrold (Glenelg) ...... 9 MIartin (Westt) .. 9.... 9 Whitford (Weat) . .4 11.i A. Ryan (South).... ..7 11 Waye (South) ..... 8 " "10 Sibley (Norwood) ..... .. 9 10 Wadham (Norwood) ,, .. 9 10 .a?.lmer (South) ... .... i0

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
League Results May 5. [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923

League Results May 5. Norwocd, 9-11, beat Sturt, 8-10.. North, 10-12. beat South; 7--5. Torrens? --10, beat West, 7-14 Port, 10-1/, beat Glenelg,' 5--4. May 12. South, 13-22, beat Gleutlg, 4--:f. Norwood, 16-9, beat Torrers. S--13. North, 11-12, beat Sturt, 9-11. I-'ort, 7-17. beat West. 5--S. May L1. Norwood, 12-16, beat Port. 7--8. Sturt. 15-8. beat West. 8-14. South, 12-14, beat Torrens, 8-7. North, 9-17, beat Glenelg, C0-7. May 26. South, 8-9, beat Sturt, S-4_. Torrons, 9-1?, beat Port, 9--9. West, 9-12, beat North, 8--12. Norwood, 14--18, beat Glenelg, .--16 June 2. South, 14-12, beat Port. 10-10. tu'rt, 312--37. heat Glenelg. 8-14, North, 7-15, beat Torrens, C--1c. Jtrte 4. Norwood, 7-7, beat West, 4-17. June 15. Norwood, &--12. beat outh, C--S Sturt, 13-12, beat Torrens, 9-9. West, S-19i, beat Glenelg, 4-7. North, 14---16, beat Port, 7-12. Jun? 23. West, 10-9, beat South, 5-7. Norwood. &-5. beat North. 4-4. Sturt. 11--8, beat Port. 8-7. Torrens, 13-13, brat Gl...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CLUBS' PRESENT POSITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923

CLUBS' PRESENT POSITIONS. Pts. Prem. P. W. D. L. for. agst. Pts. orwood .... 9. 9 - - 672 431 38 South...... 9 6 - 3 632 510 13 Shturt ...... 9 5 -- 4 631 507 10 North .... 9 5 - 4 539 474 10 West ...... 9 4 - 5 507 518 8 Torrens .. 9 4 - 5 568 659 8 Port .. .... 9 3 - 6 5S2 591 6 Glenelg .... 9 - - 9 368 803 -

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE EINSTEIN THEORY "Camouflaging a Fraud" [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923

THE EINSTEIN THEORY --- "Camouflaging a Fraud" Following the recent announcement .made by Dr. W. .,,-, Campbell,- of .the Liclk Observatory, in coiiiection wiith' the development of the plates taken at Wallal, Western Australia, anld in which he .ffrinred the Einstein theory of relativity, Capt. T. J. J. See, Government Astrono mer at the Mare Island 'Navy Yard, U.S.A., has now denounced Einstein as a fraud. In a statement to the American newspapers he sa~id: "The celebrated English physicist, Henry Cavendish (1731-1810), calculated the effect of Newton's thebry that the corpuscles of light are bent toward the sun in pass ing near it, and in 1801 Dr. J. von Sold ner, a German physicisbt of eminence in his day, actually derived the formnula re cently used by Einstein. This was 122 years ago: Einstein never once mentions Soldner in his writings. "It has:been shown by Professor Dr. E. "Gehrcke, director of the Imperial Physical and Technical Institute of Ber lin (a position frrst fille...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NEW AIR RECORD (UNITED SERVICE.) LONDON, July 23. [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923

NEW AIR RECORD •(UNITED SERVICE.) LONDON, July 23. Capt. F. L Barnard has created a new air record by flying from London to Cologne, a 365 miles' non-stop flight in 145 minutes, with a load of pas sengers and newspapers weighing a ton.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MARRIED AT SEVENTEEN Now Seeking Divorce MELBOURNE, Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923

*MARRIED AT SIVENTEEN Now Seeking Divorce -MEIjBOURNE, Today. .Hlow a'.youth of .17 eloped with ·a woman six years his senior was. .der scribed to' ilr. Justice Mann in the Divorce Court yestbrduy, ~iheni Charles Edward TIully, of Richardson street;. Albert Park,: was granted a decree nis i for the dissolution of his hiarrT~,e Iwith Mabel Tully on the ground of desertion. The parties were married on Decem ber 11, 1914, and there was one child six years of age. Tully alleged that the respondent practically compelled him to marry her. He -told his parents the truth, but they would not consent to the marriage. After the marriage Tully and his wife lived at BIondi Junction. In. May, 1915., they went to Melbourne. "One night I went to a party and saw my wife sitting on a man's knee~," Tully stated. "When we returned home I remonstrated with her, and she struck me over an eye with a ja&: diniere'. Next day when I returned frnin work.she had left the house.";

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MEN GOSSIP MOST [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923

SMEN GOSSIP MOST "Gossip is the tremendously human and vital medium of neighborhood communli-. cation, and is not necessarily evil," sid Mr. Robert A. Woods, of the South-End Hoiuse, speaking before the students of Bonton University College of Liberal Ate. 'The, greatest thing is to keep gossip ,weet; Men are the greatest gossipers in the world. We must not just correct the evil gossip, but build up good neighbor hood intercourse. '1Neighborhood pride is a good thing," continued Mr. WVoods. "It is the undue, personal criticism and suspicion which makes for the downfall of the neighbor hood, and should be aeboiished. The neigh blorhood is the real phychological training ground or the kindergarten for developing instincts for making a citizen. Even the children are citizens in the neighborhooa. The State is mcerely the .crystalisation of the swarming and spreading of this neigh borhood feeling."

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Vic Richardson [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923

Vic Richardson Who thinks South Australia's form against Western Australia was not a true indication. "We should win against Victoria," he predicts.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
STATE SIDE SHAKEN Unexpected Defeat "NO EXCUSES TO OFFER" [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923

STATE SIDE SHAKEN Unexpected Defeat "NO EXCUSES TO OFFER" Turning of the tables by Western Australia on Saturday was not a l?ea sant event for South Australian foot Iball supporters. After the. brilliant victory in Adelaide there was reason for anticinating at least a determined fight. !But the South Austry.lians were neler in the hunt. If their overwhelm :ng defeat by the Groperland men came as a shock to supporters this side, it is also bound to have shaken the ecam itself. £ut South Austr-alia had no excusea to make. White, the captain, remarked after the match, "We have no excuses to offer. We have been well and fairly beaten, and the umpiring was quite to our satisfaction." His generous view of the situation was typical of a sporting spirit, which some unfortunately do. not possess. The victory to W'estern Australia was not begrudged. It speaks volumes for the westerners' earnestness in getting ready for the contest, a factor to which the South Australian side did not pay enoug...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
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