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Victorian Footballers Preparing for Revenge "BUT WE SHOULD WIN" Vic. Richardson Confident NO SPECIAL TRAINING NEEDED [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923
Victorian Footballers Preparing for Revenge Conducted by "'FOLLOWER" "BUT WE SHOULO WI?"' Vic. Richardson Confident NO SPECIAL TRAINING NEEDED By "FOLLOWER." Victorian footballers, since the severe Idefeat inflicted on them by South Aus tralia, have been taking the coming I.contest in Melbourne seriously. The Smatch is set down to take place in Mel Ibourne on August 18, and, with a Sstrengthened side and keen prepara tion, the Victorians are bound to put up a stern struggle. That they are preparing already has -been noted. To be defeated by South A ustralia, who until this year were more often beaten than victorious, was nut a pleasant change for Victoria, and they are fully determined to have their revenge at the next meeting. The credit of the recent victory has been ascribed by many to the earnest ness 'in which South Australia applied themselves to training, and the Mel bourne men are now endeavoring to take a page or two out of our book of methods. Whether, in view of the over ...
PROGRESS OF PLAYERS Rest Beenfits Injured Men SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923
PROGRESS OF PLAYERS Rest Beenfits Injured Men SOUTH. Jack Daly, the South rover, was un able to play against Western Australia owing to a kick just below the knee while practising. He wi1 be fit for Saturday. South are optimistic of victory against Port. All their men are fit. Downs is showing great promise. Against Glenelg he kicked eight goals. 'He has just been promoted, from the junior ranks. Williams, who was unable to strip for South against Glenelg, put up a good game against Tasmania. He is quite well again. Gibson is back after a series of mis haps. WES T. Simmons, the West wing man, has recovered from a sprained ankle which he sustained against Torrens recently. -ie will orobably be available against Norwood Saturday. Keane, who suffered a similar injury, is Wbout again and is nearly certain to be in the Norwood contest. Lee, WVest's vice-captain, who played in Potts' place against Western Aus tralia, is said to be fit. Mc2.TIntee, who plays a good game for ward, is right ...
NEXT SATURDAY'S GAMES Uphill Fight for Torrens and Port TEAMS IN TRAINING [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923
NEXT SATURDAY'S GAMES -9~-- Uphill Fight for Torrens and Port TEAMS. IN. TRAINING Fresh from a two weeks' rest, foot ball teams will take the field again on Saturday. Six of them are fighting for a place in the three positions left vacant of the big four. Of those Port and Torrens have the hardest fight, for on form they are gradually slipping down. Norwood are assured of the minor premiership, but so far the other teams have been inconsistent in form this season, and it is hard to predict the final. Certainly Sturt, South, and North have good chances. Saturday's games will be: Norwood v. West-Norwood. Port v. South-Alberton. North v. Torrens-Prospect Glenelg v. Sturt-lenelg. Teams got into training seriously on Tuesday night. From now on matches will be taken more earnestly, for much depends on them. WTest are fairly confident concerning their engagement with Norwood, and there is no doubt that the red-and blacks will trouble the leading team. They have often been close to victory ...
The Secret of Youth [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923
The Secret of Youth Professor Voronoff:-"Within. four months I shall be able to give the world a method whereby women may become young again, just as I can now take 30 years off a man's age." The old and the deaf, and the halt and the blind, The freckled, enamelled, and plain, The doughty, the spare, and the feeble in mind, The wowscr, the spinster, the cruel, the kind, Wrill falsify ages again; For Voronoff says-and he thinks it's the truth That he holds the secret of recreant youth! He's finished with males, and he's turn ing his eye On damsels whose age gets themr down; His men will see summers galore ere they die, They'll row and they'll golf, and gam bol and fly, And be debonair lad~ about town: But Voronoff knows there's a girl in the case, So he'll lengthen her days and add rouge to her face. The world owes its thanks to old Prof. SVoronoff, Hie's bringing Utopia back; You needn't have mneasles or cancer, a cough Or a backache, or hair that falls off, For your limbs will be s...
Monty Flies into Print [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923
Monty Flies into Print Montmorency 1Manifold writes:- May I protest through the columns of your most valuable paper against an unwarrantable insult offered me this morning by a member of the police force? In accordance with custom, I got off the tram at the usual place and was proceeding across the street to wards my office when a constable stopped me and demanded my name and address. To my surprised enquiry as to why he wanted such personal and intimate information, he replied that I had been "jay" walking. Imagine, if you can, my extreme dis gust at being addressed in such lan guage, and my added indignation when, on reprimanding the officer for using such language, he still persisted in calling me a jay. Although I have written a letter to the Commissioner protesting against such treatment, I desire to enlist your sympathies and those of the public in my effort to se cure that justice which is granted to all citizens under the British Constitu tion. What adds great strength to my...
ROUND THE BEEHIVE A Statesman's Crust [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923
ROUND TilE BIEEll E A Statesman's Crust The House meets again on Tuesday Let us turn on the gas: When I cease my basso snoring about 9 o'clock each morning, I yawn and stretch myself and scan my mail, But my hunger starts to waken, so I polish oK some bacon With an egg or so, or nicely stewed ox tail; Next I sip my cup of cocoa, grab my pipe and have a smoke-o, And recall that I have many things to do; Yet by this I generally feel inclined to dilly-dally Until morning tea is served-a Chi nese brew; But I can't escape the fetters of a month's unanswered letters, They can wait till I do next month's lot, methinks; Then my appetite starts punchin', and I loll about till luncheon, And then I must Indulge in forty winks. About 4 p.m. I wake me and determine to betake me To 'the -louse where I shall fight a wordy fray, But on the way somebody kindly bids me have a toddy Just to drive the heavy cares of State away; When the bells ring for a quorum I glide into the Forum. And crack a joke, ...
DEFENDING AUSTRALIA Little Hope Of Increase MELBOURNE, Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923
DEFE 1DI6 AUSTRAWIA Little Hope Of Increase MBELBOUIRNE, Today. 'The hope that the Federal Govern ment, in view of the defenceless posi tion of the Commonwealth, would agree to liberal estimates for the Defence De partment will not be sustained. The votes for the sea, land, and air forces will be scarcely more than were granted finally for 192-23, while even the civil aviation programme will be curtailed again to such an extent that it will be with di?tulty recognise4 aa a programme.
FOR SLEEPY EYES MR. FOX AND MR. GOBBLER [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923
BMR FOX AND MIR GOBBLER When MIr. Fox pened his eyes it wag some time after sun-up. He jumped Sout of bed and ran to the window Yes, the farmer would be certain to let Mlr. Cobbler out for a walk in the barnyard. the day was so fine. "I guess I had better take a bite of breakfast before I start out," thought Mr. Fox, "for I want very much to keep the fat gobbler for my Thanks. giving dinner, and if I am too hungry I might eat him right on the spot, My, what a vain bird he is, to be sure. He was mad right off when ne thought there was .another handsome bird going to take the prize away from him. "He did not stop to think that he might not be at the far: next year. But then, what can you expect of silly birds? They are not as wise as foxes or they would not be so easy for us to catch." The sun was shining, bright and warm, when 'Mr. Gobbler stepped out of lis cage. and when he saw that ho was not watched he slipped thro'ugh the gateway of the barnyard and strutted down the road toward...
MUSIC DOES NOT SOOTHE THE SAVAGE LION [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923
MUSIC DOES NOT SOOTHE THE SAVAGE LION THE AIR AND THE TURTLE At a recent demonstration at the Bronx Zoological Park, New York, musico from a broadcasting station was tried on wild and tame animals, It was a good thing the keeper was outside the lion's eage. The jungle king roared and umped with rage. But Grandpa the 7 e00yar-old tut~le, was weU pleaseB with the dulcetsounds. w Photoe by. Kadel and H3crbcrt.
INVESTMENT STOCKS Banks Firm P. & O. DEFERRED ADVANCE LONDON, July 24. [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923
INVESTMET STOCKS Banks Firm P. :& O. DEFERRED ADVANCE LO:DON, July 24. Appended are to-day's London stock kxch.nge quotations tot the stocks named. The tles re corued represent tue average ol the picea paid: Buyer. Seller, fales. Aust. Mec. 4 p.c. debt .. , i None Melb Bd. Wkn. 6* p.c... .. 107 109 None Met. OGs, 41 Goldsbro., geart Ort. .. .. s /5/ None Goldabro., Nort A. debta .. 7 5 77 None Goldatna, Nort B. debt. .. 77 70 None. IMDget7 ord. .. 11/15/ 11/5/ None Dl)gety pre. . 8/5/ 8/16 None Ik. Vie. ord... 6/16/ 7/5/ None Br. N.S.W. .. 387/12/ 28/12/ None Union Bk. . 14/14/ 15 None I3k. Austrulasa 13 13/12/ 13/141 P. ? O. Dft.. 315 325 319 N.&W. 4 p.e. insc., 1923 . 59 91 89/12/ N.S.W. Si p.c. 1922-27 .. 99 101 None N.W. 5 p.o. 1924-34 .. 99 101 101 NS.W. 6½ p.. 1930-40 .. 105 107 106/14/ Vie. 4 p.e. Consol. .. 86 85 87/14/ Vile. 8 p.ce consol. .. 71 78 72/18/ O'wealth 8 p.m., O'wealth 5 p.c, " 1922-27 .. 99 101 10i1181 Q'lmnd 4 p.c., 1924 .... 96 98 97/17/6 Q'la...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923
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IMAGINATION OF BOYS Causes Police Search [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923
IMAGINATION OF BOYS ' Causes Police'Searchi. "A .on~g-beared, eranky man, waving a short-handed axe, chased u3 when we were out shooting in the sandhills near Henley Beach.'' This is what two boys reported to the Heni~ey Beach police. The police made investigations. In their company one of the boys tried to point out a dugout which.he said they had disco vered, but he could not locate it. He found a hole under a bush, in which was 1a piece of blanket. ]'urther investigation by the police led them to thy conclusion that the -6) &sirhi.agi3nations'. supplied- the 'de tails, because the man arbund whom they had built the fable was the owner of the land, and was boiling his kettle there that day.
AUSTRALIA'S BIG HOPE "Slip" Carr, Sprinter [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923
AUSTRALIA'S BIG HOPE "Slip" Carr, Sprinter Australian sportsmen are highly gratified by the brilliant running of E. W. ("Slip") Carr, the Sydney sprin ter, at the Gothenburg, Stockholm, and British Empire Rally Games. His performances justify the good opinions expressed concerning, him. In Europe his wins and times were: Stockholm, -100 metres, preliminary heat, 10 9-10s.; final, 11 1-10s. Trondhjem Games, 100 .metres, 10 4-5s. 200 metres, 221s. Gothenburg Games, 100 metres, pre liminary heats, 10 4-5s., 10 9-10s. He was defeated in the final by THouben (Germany), whose time was 11s. Carr dead heated with Gero (Hungary) for second place. The finisn of the race was -o close that the judges deliberated for 20 minutes before giving a decision. Carr beat Gero for second place in the run-off. Carr soon had his revenge, as he easily beat Houben in the 200 metres race. His time of 29 1-10s. equalled the Swedish record and was only 13-nls. outside the world's record. In the English games Ca...
To Day's Ballarat Results [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923
To Day's Ballarat Results The Ballarat Miners' Turf Club be gan its two day's fixture today. Re sults: HURDLE RACE. Two mile and 150 yards. Donna Pepita, 9 st. 2 lb. .. .. ... J (Heatherton, 9 st. ...... . • ** 2 Lace. Up, 10 st. 3 lb ...... . *.. 3 WVinner's price-i to 1l against. Other starters-Weeline. Laceup, Byrnite, Genazonno, Dulcross, La Paloma, Black Gin, Flemington, Lady Luck. Dona Pepita, Heatherton, No monicker. Carenzo. Sir Kit.
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MELBOURNE SHIPPING [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923
MELBOURNE SHIPPINFI Arrived yesterday, 5 p..--Pacifque, from Noumea. Arrived this morning.--None. Sailed yesterday.-Fione for Newcaslte; Wodonga for Brisba?ne: Roggevenn for Java. .Sailed this morning.--Juine for Newcastle; Urilla for Port- Kembla. Departures today.-Ville:de Vurden for Syd ney: Marella for Java; Iooraro for Sydney:1 Kia Oro for Sydney. Projected departures.-Canberra for Syd aey,' Brisbane. Townsville, iand Cairns;-Ii darra for Sydney, Newcastle. and Brisbane.1 E-pc-ted arrivals.--Loongana from Burnie !cmorr3w; Port Darwin from Sydney; Levuka! from Sydneyr: _Ooma. from. Naura; Burwah from Adelaide; Port la#lcoln from New York; Aymeric from T~ac . a. -