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ARGENTINE CATTLE INDUSTRY A Demoralised Condition [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923

ARGENTINE CATTLE INDUSTRY A Demoralised Gondition The Argentine cattle industry is in a demoralised condition as a result of over production, due to high orides during the war, according to 1). S. Bullock, repre sentative of the TUnited States Department of Agriculture, just returned from two years' study of the situation in Argentina. During the war Argentine cattle raisers kept all female animals for breeding pur-i poses, and a tremendous over-supply, for which there is practically no market, has developed. Five and six year old cows in January were selling for less than £2 a head, Mr. Bullock reports. A warning is also sounded to American breeders that there is now no market in :A 'zentina for pure-bred live stock other than dairy cattle and hogs. Breeding ope rations in Argentina are at a standstill. Flog prices have dropped about 30 per cent. since the war. "Late in 1920," Mr. Bul'ock says, "cattle': prices began to fall rapidly, and by July, 1921, chilled beef steers, which ha...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
RUNAWAY LORRY Owners To Pay Damages [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923

RUNAWAY LORRY Owners To Pay Damages Injured by a runaway motor lorry at the East-End Market on April 21, 1922, Richard Edward Townshend wa67 today awarded £610 damages with costs by Mr. Justice Gordon in the Civil Court. IPlaintiff, a nurseryman and commis sion agent, claimed £2,000 from Flet cher Bowman James and Stanley Mars den James, gardeners, of IKersbrook and Newmarlket. It was their lorry which ran into him and crushed him against an empty wagon. Mr. Justice Gordon found that the plaintiff was not guilty of contributory negligence. It was an unusual and extraordinary thing, he said, for a motor lorry to be found running with cut a driver in a market place, and he had no hesitation in holding that the doctrine of presumptive negligence ap plied. He found that the effective cause of the accident was the failure of F. B. James to use ordinary care. MIr. -. Ingleby with Mr. R. H. Wall man appeared for the plaintiTff and Mr. Ii. A. Shierlaw with Mr. Frisby Smith for the defendant...

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

I' woman!..- .... -** - - - -*- - **i BJSY! BUSY! ALWAYS BUSY! THIS IS THE FAMOUS "DEAL V ILE" PAISL Y ANDANA SCA I WORLD'S NOVELTY FASHION! IITJIE Smart Deau sville Paisley Silk -Seart is -the popular Snovelty fashion for the New Season, and c au be worn on bh "smartest occasion. These attractive " 'i Scarfs are triangular i- in sha.e, and are - ma l1de of Silk with . I wide border of Crepe de chine. hemstitched. To be worn Sailor Sstyle (as illustrated) the shoulder. Another Sway is well down at j the back, and drawan "around the arms, and Stied in a large bow \ Sin front. Also for hat Strimmings in various Sways, and for artis Stic sashes. A most Sadaptable creation, and /- . • favored throughout " Sthe world's fashion Scentres. Colors Grey, " Navy, Shrimp, and - oyal Price, 9/11 each. \ I JOHN MARTIN & CO., LIMITED, i Always First to Show the Latest. II ' NOVELTY POWDER PUFFS H "AS NOW USED ABROAD! A -Shipment just received and now showing in our I' I si Perfume?y Divisi...

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

Some Coughs take a lot of "shaking off" -generally several bottles of the ordinary cough mixtures'; but the worst anad most obstinate cough wvill disappear like- magic if treated with Bronchikis C re Under the influence of this super - remedy the improvement is immediate. A few doses are often quite sufficientfithen cork the bottle up, the rest will keep or do for a friend. Don't experimerint with ordinary cough mixtures. Don't be pe Ssuaded into taking "something just as. good." Insist on .having. HEARNE'S Bronchitis Cure. If ,it's' a bad, cold you'll have t6 ,get it anyway, so why not save time and 'money by having it right at the "get-away?"' ,~ ~ ~ ~ ~ i . .,, W. G. HEARNE & Co. Ltd. GEELONG. VICTORIA. " S Branch Office: " . • .~i~s~~ -. , 01. " COUCKS h'LUNG ~ ot~e TROUBi ~ CFIe5? CROUP ADVECTIONS ADV RT IS•MNT. ssl· ,---L.?~-=-W A~V:I~-DVERTS]L?M e?N' T. -- . .; ... . -,, FOEP Specia ress Department Valea JAP. SILKS are very much on the up grade as re gards prices; in ...

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

Star Circuit At Goodwood and Unley to-night the feature -il be "Is Money Everything"" It is a story about a young man who made money his god. Norwood residents will have a last opportunity tomorrow night of seeing "The Queen of Sheba." 'Torren-ville and I-indmarsh are hilled for to-night with the Univer sal Jewel, "Under Two Fags." starringi Priscilla Dean. Port Adelaide and Semaphore have a list to-night including Rodolph Valen tino in "The Young Rajah.'- and a Univerasl dr.ama, "Afraid to Fight..

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Great Pianist's Visit. [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923

Great Pianist's Visit. The visit of Benno Moiseiwitsch is being looked forward to in Adelaide. :[t is three years since he made his ap pearance here. The opening recital will begin at the Theatre Royal on Thursday. August 2.

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

Empire Iheatre "The Queen of Shelba," a production of the early days displaying chariot races. will be shown ut the Empire Theatre tonight.

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

Scottish Comedian Coming Sir Harry Lauder. the Scotch come-j dian. will shortly open his season in Adelaide. Thi~s will be his third visit.. On this tour Sir Harry will be sup ported by a vaudeville company.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TOMORROW'S BALLARAT PROGRAMME HIGHWEIGHT WELTER. Seven furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923

TOMORROW'S BALLARAT PROGRAMME IHIGHWEIGHT WELTER. Seven furlongs. Andrathea .. ..10 ? enazzano .... 8 3 Fathopus 9 1 altar....... 8 3 Don Jamie .... 9 :rnot ....... 8 3 Esd,:bee ...... 9 :eau Brook . . 8 3 Roselane ..... 9 .tami ...... S 3 Andy Caramut . 9 3? arley Spear . 8 2 9hilip Lovelace 9 : trathaird .. * 2 Easter Egg . . S I? ount Ronny . . 82 .ntropus . . 8 1 tynard...... 8 2 ubar ...... 8 12 elstes ...... 8 2 Jovernor Gay.. 8 f Seau Idas .... 8 1 ivy J. ....... .S "oxglove .. S 0 Discord...... 8 7iDrawbar..... 8 0 frinklet ...... 8 5 jConna Pepita .. 8 0i Sparklet's Gardee ...... 8 0 Daughter . . 4,Brocal...... 8 0 Byrnlte ...... 8 3 Dalcross...... 8 0 HANDICAP PONY RACE. 14.2 and under. Five furlongs. Pratiqune ...... 9 iDiosma...... 7 Corn?fower . .. SI2 12 Bidfield ...... 7 3 Delphie Dan . 8 lIBGoldfleld ...... 7 3 SFpark Gap . . $ Genatus ...... 7 3 Pearl Rore . . I S Rachel...... 7 1 Larrticr ... 5 S Devote ....... 7 1 Bairee........ ..8 2 Teedor......6 11 Adzar .........

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FURNITURE CLAIM Woman to Forfeit £70 [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923

FURNITURE CLAIM Woman to Forfeit £0 Samuel Mutton, of Magill, was given a verdict for £70 6,/3 in the Adelaide Local Court this morning on hls claim for £95 18/3, with £10 damages, for the detention of furniture, from Ida March, of Grenfell street, and Mildred Cromwell, of Kilkenny. -t r. L..H. Haslam, S.M.. said both defendants had admitted havinr sold the bulk of the goods, and the plaintiff i .was entitled to recovery on that admis sion. SMr. C. L. Abbott and Mr. H. W. Mar- tin, for the defendants, secured a sta. of-proceedings for 12 days. Mir. C. T. Gun appeared for the plain-I tiff. Tact is cne of the fundamentals of suc'rc , whether we appreciate the fact or not. With out It we mightb make .some progres?; with it we go forwardr g @i1 war bounds.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WOMAN'S WORLD Analysis of Dowdiness DIAGNOSED AS DISEASE WHICH IS RARE IN FRANCE [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923

1L· '~ : 1 '~'·-· ·rl ~7~8 O ~ k S :R i.. A ysis of Dowdess DIAGNOSED AS DISEASE WHICH IS RARE IN FRANCE Dowdiness is a disease. Lck of money is not the cause of it. It has its chief seat in the head (inside and out), the neck, the waist, and In the carriage and bearing. A neat woman can be dowd, but a smart one never. A mistaken humility goes far to create dowdiness. The most desperate dowd is she who thinks herelf a woman of no importance. Dowuies are rare in-France and Ame rica. This is not only because tneir women spend more on dress than our own people, but on account of qualities they possess which make for good in matters of personal adornment. These. include neatness and a daintiness, an eye for form and color, and a sure sense of proportion. 'The I-renchwc?nan is above all thint:. chic. She pays need to every detail, had a subtle chrrm hard to de fine, and possesses t a. ahigh degree the art of making the best of herself. She obtains more for her money than the Englishwomat...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
True Temperance Notes ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923

riue Termperance otes - ANNUAL MEETING T?mg Annual Meeting of the True Tem perance Association was held at Caxton ~.j.ill, Westminster, on the arternoon of May 4-7, Lieut-Gen. Sir Aylmer Hunter-Weston, BI:P., the vice-chairman, presided in the unavoidable absence of Lord Lamington. 'ir James Crichton-Browne, after paying a ur- bute to the memory of our late Prcsdent. referred to the decrease of drunkenne-s in E6ngland, and attributed the improvementO to the better conditions in the life of the people. -I. said. 'Let us give to the masses of our people a better family life, Let us give them w'ell -rdered public-houses: let us bring a truly buman life within the reach of our people snd we need not trouble any more about drunkenness. Let us aoo all this and there ·ill be no need for taking away liberty." -eferrtlng to the use of alcohol, he added, "Any ..number of preposterous arguments are gathered round it, and any araument is go?.d enough to beat alcohol. Lord Ply otroth felt all th...

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

BURNSIDE WEDDING Richardson-Farr The marriage of ?Mabel (Mamie), second daughter of !Mrs. and the late Mr. L. H. O. Farr, of Swaine avenue, Toorak, and Lieut. J. I-I. Richardson, 10th Jats. Indian Army, was celebrated at St. David's Church, Burnside. on laturday evening by the Rev. John Warren. The bride, who wa3 given away by her brother, MIr. Bfruce Farr, wore a frock of cream Indian silk worked with gold. and a very old Brussels net eil. She carried an aultumn-tinted bouquet. The two attendant maids were Misis C. Day. who was frocked in gold taffeta and carried a posy of autumn tinted blooms, and Miss G'ven IBruce in blue silk and carrying a bouquet J. H. Richardson and Miss Mamie Farr (Mrs. J. H. Richardson) of pink sweet peas Mr. Harry Farr' (bride's brother) was best man. At the reception Mrs. L. H. O. Farr wore champagne crepe de chine headed in blue, and tarried a 'posy of blue and brown. Mrs. Lawrence C!ift (India), Mrs. Farr's elder daughter. was in primrose charmeuse, wit...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Apple Dishes BAKED APPLES. [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923

Apple* Dishes BAKED AXPPIE.E REQUIRED: Six even-sized cooking apples: 2 oz. of loaf sugar; qLuarter of a pint ofi water; threepennyworth of cream: caster sugar and vanilla to taste. i Choose "well shaped, even-sized apples for this dish. First remove the core: it is best to do this before peeling the apple, for it is then less likely to break. If a corer is available, it is a simple matter. Merely place the corer over the stalk-end, press it gently through the apple, which should be held firmly on the table. Oi take a small knife with a pointed blade, mark a tiny circle or square round the stalk-end, then proceed to dig out the. piece. Do this at the other end as well. Work the knife round and round, first at one end and then at the other, until there is a hole right through the apple. Peel :he fruit neatly. Put the water and sugar In a small pan, let the sugar dissolve slowly, ad bell it to a syrup. Put the apples in a d?ep tin dith, pour the syrup all over them. Put the dish in th...

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

Latest Summer Sport Obstacle golf is the name of the sport. Anything odd or difficult will do in the place of cup and green, but iron hoops and doll houses are popular at the noment. The photo shows one of the most difficult shots in obstacle golf, which! is to get the ball into the ball house. Insert--Getting the ball through hoop. -Photo by Kadell and Herbert

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TRAM AND CAR Victorian Collision ONE KILLED, THREE INJURED COLAC, Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923

TRAM AND GAR Victorian Collision ONE KILLED, THREE INJURED COLAC Today. As the result of a collision between a 'otor car and a train at the Colae East ck slng tha morning one man Th killed and three personr injured. The train lfrt Colac at 9.40 a.m. for Crea~y. The names of the victiLns flxe: ILILED. Mr. L. A. D. Gerwood. Bar won INJURED. Mr. G. Hudsn, 131rregurra; broken leg and head injuries. Mrs. Hudson; head injuries. ]-mmedliately after the smash word ,was sent to Colac. A motor ambu lance was dispatched and the injured were conveyed to the hospital.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GERMANS IN RUHR Must Continue To Resist (Published in "The Times.") LONDON, July 23. [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923

GERMANS IN RUHR -----7-€ Musi Continue To Resist (Published in 'The Times.") LONDON, July 23. Whatever is ccntained in the Lriiilsh Note. a general feelin. prevails ti;ht overything for Genmany a c ,pends i ,: unwavering passive resistance ill tile Iuhb, and the B3ritish attitutle to, ts action is the only ipoint Liken in thlu discus?ion. The Cihancellor recently remarked thiI : "esist.ance in tie Rlu ilr w'ils a questionc of represented by fn.o;tn:!L .?G_,Cvri & ti II( .' l Sidies to the luhru in:,dhst:'[cs n:d et mpend, :ation o'r tch .se evIh.ed ibvi i a ax n ,m ileise di ain lin the ,:xcheoi er.' .n ' ii ' l is \Vniild UOW h) given tt f.'e i- iosstttee. The Government is i.iuing a new li1n to lt suiseribed xith pq.i mlat'k?. The nutl'ssi dclinds uIO pon lit ec, rit- offered. T'he (.onlvet'nmnlent Irn mediate1y fixed the imari at Lthe s:trre as th. ,rtd liet, 1nstea of ll holding it at an atticial rtar, wh:,ch htin!e.%, pe-phi; !ail w's er. urgin.. w.a.' i ruining trade c...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MEN OR MARRIED COUPLES WILL BE SOLE PASSENGERS MELBOURNE, Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923

MEN OR MARRIED COUPLES WILL BE SOLE PASSEqGERS NmE [ "-IA.OUNE. T.-'av. Nurn..rou-; onqiries "!y ps , :en~er wh .o Pirp 1,) trav.-yl ? e-, mnan 'st''amers at 'edmi. cIn to England ha've Ix 1 an mt. 1 t o0ro, on , ;ilch'ris t , - Fa?d e son. a agent.' for thIe G3rrn:an lines rulni!ng t, A _' tialia. cSo fai thm a?.unts hivt.ro .n advisl of nely one Germnan \ves-sel which ,i'1 be leaving here in the near future "hi. siteninel w\ill takt. only mrnn er nm .rri-,l coul'es. She is tl;e Aa.ron and is r x pectred to leave f.,r luur< t)c:n ).; -:s on -tepternber ,. 'lhe Aachun has neconmmrdat-on fo' 1:2 irst-clas;i p.a er~grs i'd oni , foo i tbrth. a' ave.: l:hle for y.lte, . ro: ini~.. ?!r.-ald the-' of tf he?e hase b en allctted, ce pite the fa't thli the -a I ing of the vezssl has nli t yet I Cen ad-LI :Verised.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ADELAIDE-BRISBANE MAILS Air Service Not Yet Arranged [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923

ADELAIDE-BRISBANE MAILS Air Service Not Yet Arranged "Nothing df~iit?e has yet by'en re ceived regarding thi plroposed air sur vice froem Adelide to I:risba:ie. We aIre entirely in the dark as t, what is h1pp1ning,'" said the Deputy Post Imster-Generdl (Mr. J. W. ,itto). "Tihe A:r Bo,,art and the j,,osta. anuth,:rities in M elb. ouirpe .lr-i c"...- . ring on the matnter, and lhey will let u knrow when platIns -have been i'nalised. 1tr 1 a' I call .-ay i;. \.,xi (, a weekly sr-'i.?ce. "I.anding places have tein cl:eared 'it Lirdiwood, ud Krshirook. and M tint Pleasant in the hill,, LJxton, end entworth. The A\delaide Ibase '\ili be at C':pt. hlutle,'s aerodromre at Albert Park. Our engineers are there clearing the pltce onf ainy obstacles. and we are arTanging to IranlnO't tile ma:ils to ned friom tihere to, Adelaide."

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

S,"lleb SWE"S DEPOT, LIMITED. y KING WILLIAM STREET. Are producing VIRY FINE CHOCOLATES AT UOPDERATE RATES. .M. -Modemr Apparatus Durchased gb Bring your outsts for valu f ra, jil.d ty., Ltd., 33 King Willian S.Ade'----------- SOrdera, Prestation Ut acid souventr. Yates, cor r th termce and KIing William streets. ao. 11^-. , -^-- --*-- - -------- * SWreaths, Crosses, Anchors at iFsortest tl'. ates, corner North Stserraeo t Kingc William street TeL. |113Z ^_ ^------- - IR-LS' oollen Sport Coats,. 9/11. 10/G, ley "S fetryt ,. .- " G / Wooleao-h.-IYke & Son. H06 Ilindley sit. rr CKSES' Navy Drill Shirts. M. and • S: Ol3, 511 Oach.-Pyke & 01n, 1. Hind le tirt0t. B S. /I each.-Dyke & Son, 106 Hind Ireiy . - .._. : r..... .-... rbt jLL'S Enlarged Pertraits, made from tS f phcats. Noe Photo Studios. Art S'e(aM Ftfamers. Hindlcy street, nearly op t *o7st' Pictures. ^tqrTs$ 'B Costumas, pI-to-date hand 6 fltlsh, for 2/ weekly. Join our Club. fmb..: .ne 267 Rundle stre...

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