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Popular League Secretary Has Never Missed Meeting [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923
Popular League Secretary Has Never Missed Meeting Mr. Frank Marlow, secretary of the South Australian Fobtball ILague, hea had almost a lifelong association with football. One of his first loves was a. junior club, which possessed the high sounding name of The Victorans. Their grounds were on Monteflore Hill, and' Mr. Marlow can recall how he'used to journey there to urge his team on to victory. ThaI was after he had moved frmo. Adelaide, where he was born, to North Adelaide. His next move was to South Adelaide, where he has for many years helped and watcho' the blue-and whites through good and bad-times. His brother was a prominent player for the southerners. Mir. Marlow at tended a meeting, and in short time he was elected treasurer of the club. That was in 1892. His enthusiasm was sodn rewarded, and two years later he was appointed secretary of the club, and a delega;te to the League. He 'continued in that capacity until 1912, and his offi cial connection with the club saw it at ...
B GRADE Stern Tussle For Four TORRENS HAVE GOOD CHANCE PREMIERSHIP TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923
B GSADE Stern Tussle For Four ii TORRENS HAVE GOOD CHANCE PRE.1IERSHIIP TABLE. p. P. P. P. W. L. D. for. :gat. PF. Port Adelaide .. 10 9 I - 745 .613 13 Glenlg ...... 10 7 1 - 688 648 14 Norwoodl . ..... . 10 6 4 - 653 519 12 West Torrens .. 10 5 5 - 546 .529 10 South Adelaide .. 10 5 5 - 578 587 10: North Adelaide .. 10 3 6 1 571 645 7 Sturt ...... .. 0 3 6 1 542 724 7 West Adelaide .. 10 1 9 - 433 714 3 The results of last Saturday's matches were* Pcrt, 10-9, beat North Adelaide, 4--4. GlenelSg, 8-21, beat West Adelaide, 4-9. Torrens, 6-20, beat Norwood; 6-4. Sturt. 11-10, beat South, 8-10. Last. Saturday's matches have made: the strugglo for positions interesting. By de reating Norwood Torrens ,ave won their way into the first four, and it looks as though they will stay there.. South suffered ue feat at the hands of Sturt, and have had to give their position u'p to Torrens ina consequence. They will uow have to fight hard to w!n a plce in the finals. Sturt appear to be coming wit...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923
Opportune Bargains IN Gloves and Hosiery LADIES' REAL FRENCHj SUEDE GAUNTLET GLOVES, with strap and dome. Grey and Brown, and Pastel. S13/6 and 15/6 for 9/11 LADIF.S' REAL FRENCII SUEDE 2 DOME KiD GLOVES. Brown, Pastel, Sand Tan. Sizes 5y to i;, 9/11 for 4/11 pair ELADIES' ELBOW LENGTH GLACET SKID GLOVES, in BIrown, Pastel, Sand Black, 15/11 for 6/11 pair LADIES' TUII;u!) AM;TIFICIAL SILK 1 OSE. splend!d line, 3rown, Grey, and Fawn,.. 15/6 for 7/6 pair SMRLEY'S RIBBED CASHMERE HOSE, In Grey, Pearl, Champagne, Nigger, 7/11 for 5/11 pair SGOOD ENf?ISH SILKESTIA PFLL PFAS.MIONED MERCEIPSED HOSE, _ n 7T?, Silver, Navy, lPaste 5/11 for 2/11 pair S' BEST VALUE-ALWAYS. Miller Anderson Ltd. E_ 16-:G HINDLEY STREET. iilln ilT nfllniI tfIflwnwin iiiillnIfilImi uniumlluliinjiH 'BOYS', SUITS E 29/6 I Extraa Knickers Same Materials * IN T'hese Suits are veil m~da fram SELECTED SUITINGS. They are IHARD-WEARING, SERVICEABLE, AND COMFORTABLE. 29/6 With extra Knickers of same ma teral tree. I-' I= W...
AN ORGY OF GOLF [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923
AN ORGY OF GOLF Next month-to be exact, from Au gust 16 to 31-Adelaide will be the Mecca of golfers ,and the links at Seaton. Where the Royal Adelaide Golf Club lives. moves and has its being, will be overrun by athletic men and w?omen striving hard for supremacy in the championship meeting of Aus tralia. The voice of the niblick, the brassie, the bunker, and stymie will be heard in the land. dinner-table conver sation will tend towards the composi tion of foursomes, the alarming be naviour of bogey, and the respective merits of the scratch and plus players in the game. Twelve aersplanes are to be carried by a giant airship now being built in America. The aeroplanes will be picked up in flight by the nirship by micans of a huge hook, wbich catches in a lcre ring abovo ~the upper wings of the 'planes.
MIGRATION FAIRY TALES Conditions Entirely Different DOMESTICS AND AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923
MIGRATION FAIRY TALES Conditions Eitirely Differenxt DOMVESTICS AND AUSTRALIA 3"y wav~lng a magic wand Australia Hlouse. and the Australian migration agents transplant the Londen sla; ey from the dulnes of tile arta to the pa-, latial. home surround-d by whispering. 'gums-where the kangaroos and rab bits frolic and the newcomer from the .l1d:4( Th& wooed by the gallant son of the adjoining station. Sch, in. effet, if not in words, is the picture panted by Mr.. James Wlriginadl Lator M.P., who s accomoanying the British Overseas Settlement, the mem bers of which inspected the Travellers Aid Lodge on North terrace this morn-i ing,. Conditions in domestic servee n oLn don and here are so.vitaly different," he sad, 'that the girls can have no con ception of what they are coming to. In England a girl only has to do one job, but when she comes out here shd finds she is epected to know sometilng about everything. The English girls are not trained to this and it s no won der that, w...
THREE AWARDS To Settle Murray Dispute INTERESTING FIGURES [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923
THREE AWARDS To Settle Murray Dispute -- INTERESTING FIGURES Interesting figures concerning the award.t made to masters engineers, and mates which brought about the dispute between the Merchant Service SGuild and the owners of vessels tradint on the Murray were made known tu day. In the flrst award giveCn by Sir JohnI Quick in the Commonwealth Court of Arbitraion the amount paid each monthi for the thre officers by each boat-wasl increased from £62 to £140 8/4. an in-i crease of 125 per cent. A second award, however, had to be: introduced owing to the dispLute. This time the total amount to be paid to the1 three officers was made £102 14/2. an increase of £40 14/2 on the first award. Satisfaction could not be arrived at, even with the second award. The final one just given now rates masters, en giners, eand mates' services at £79 17/4 a boat each month. This is an increase of £17 7/4 on the payment in the first place. * Although the increase was at the rate of 125 Per cent. in the f...
PRUNING COMPETITIONS [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923
PRUNING COMPETITIONS S"The recent competitions 'etre a great stCCeSB . .A ,e feature n'as that prsOr io the c:ompetition the judses ga-e def0nnlstr.itio-a- it W-s beelcl a there was not the rgame rnmount of variation in pruning as in ptevious conlestS"
SCAMMELL GLAD HARVEST ELECTIONS Unfair to Farmers [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923
SCAMMELL GLAD HARVEST ELECTIONS -0-- Unfaeir to Farmers "I am very glad it has happened," said Mr. E. D. Scammell. genei-al sec retary of the Farmers and Settlers' Association, when asked to comment uDon the decision that the next Federa.l elections would not be held during har vest. "Our poicy is that no elections should be held during thie harvest, for many voters have been disfranchised that way. Tho last two elections ve been held during harvest, and in the election that took place last De cember it p;rolbably cost the Govern ment several seats. 'U"The harvest election ,was really so lected to damage the chances of the Country Party. !:ut the weapon acted like a boomerang, and meant the de feat of several (;uovernment supporters.. In South Australia it probably cost Mr.. Pcyn tcn his seat. "Elections at such a time are against the spirit of the Constitution. .A spe cial enactment was made to prevent the Senate election taking place during harv?est. This has been got over by eiec...
WEATHER IN BRIEF [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923
WEATHER IN BRIEF Mr. E. Bromley (Government Meteo rologist) stated this morning that except for light and scattered showers in the South-Ewit and one or two places on the Mount Lofty Ranges, fine weather prevailed in South Australia during the U4 hours ended 8.30 a.m. Light to mode rate rain was recorded in parts of Wes tern Australia, and scattered light showers in the eastern States. Since yesterday the widespread an ti cyclone has drifted slowly estward, the centre now lying over Victoria. Ano ther disturbance has made its appear ance off the south-west corner of the continent, but for the present South Australia should be controlled by the "high.." so that another fine day may be expected on T-ursday,. with nor therly winds,. but later becoming un settled in the west,. The official forecasts issued this morning are: South Lustralia.-For the present fine, with some frosts and fogs, and winds tending northerly, but becoming un settled over western areaA. Victoria.-Fine, with light...
NOTICE TO QUIT Australia House, Shanghai DOORS CLOSED: STAFF PAID OFF MELBOURNE, Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923
Austrlia Hou, Shanghai DOORS CLOSED: STAFF PAID OFF MELBOURNE, Today. Australia-.House at Shanghai, China, has closed its doors, and the whole staff has been paid off. Mr. E. S. Little, Trade Commissioner, has received three months' notice to quit. Thus ends the first chapter of the Commonwealth at tempt to promote trade with the East. Mr. Chapman, Minister for Custuoms, said this morning that the position was most unsatisfactory. It meant that aj fresh start would have to be made. but Sat preuent he. was not able. to indicaCe what form of representation would be set up in the future. Mr. Little, who! jhad been given three months' notice to; quit, h:td been instructed to dismiss the whole of the staff and close the ofiwe. 'The Government had taken this action beccause it felt that it was of little avail, .ontinuing representation which whs re.. sultlrss. -IHe had had to judge on the. rosults achieved. His action was-not prompted by any report. lie considered that the Government shou...
RAILWAY RE-ORGANISATION State Session Forecasts COMMONWEALTH AND NORTHERN TERRITORY [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923
State Session Forecasts COMMONWEALTH AND NORTHEN TERRITORY The programme of the third session of the present Parliament which opens tomorrow is nbt likely to be heavy. •FInance will claim the earnest atten tion of all parties, and for that reason the Budget is anticipated earlier than usual. The illness of Mr. Hague, the Treasurer, and his absence from the -tate will not be allowed to delay the presenatiton of the Estimates. Thel Government has had under consi deration the proposal of the. Chief Rail ways Commissioner for reorganisa.:ion of the railways. It proposes spending £4,500,000 during the next live years. B~y? then it is expected that considcrable ecoromies in operating expenses and re hlabilitation yearly will have been brought about. it is not likely that the Government will ask for additional taxation. Al though there was an increase on the' -Fstimate of £117,000 in the revenue for the financial '.ear 1922-23. and a surplus of only £11.000, there was a, heavy ad dition to...
TWO MURDER CHARGES Listed for Next Week [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923
TWO MURDER CHARGES Listed for Next Week Charges of murder against .Max Robert Schwarz and Edward Frank Applebee will be heard next week, it was announced in the Criminal Court this morning. Sohwanz, who was committed for trial on June IS at Freeling in con nection with the death of Bernhard Westhoff, will be dealt with on Tues day. The evidence at the inquest was that the two men had a quarrel. West hoff, it is alleged, was stabbed with a fork and died in the 1ree.ling Hos pital. several days later. Applebee was committed for trial by the City Coroner on May 10 at the conclusion of an enquiry concerning the death of his wife, who was shot !at Bowden.
BEFORE THE PUBLIC [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923
~:'~.1~~- ..· ·- . ·.-.~·:··~.·· - B~O~E ::-~~i~: P~Jlf~H;B@r Mr. A.. J. Latimcr, a Canadian visi tor to Adelaide, left by yestcrday's ox prcss for Perth. Mr. ,D. F. Brazel, who has been in charge of the dried fruits department of G. Wood, Son, & Co., Limited, for nine years, has accepted a similar appointment with Gibbs, Bright, and Co., the latter organisation having taken over the agency of the Ren mark Fruitgrowers' Co-operative Asso ciation. Mr. BIrazel had been asso ciated with Wood, Son, & Co. for more than 27 years. He is a vice-presi dent and a former treasurer of the South Australian Commcercial Travel ler.i Club ard Warehousemen's Asso ciation, and one of the most popular, men in trade circles. He is the South Australian vice-president of the Aus tralian Dried Fruits Association. ir. J;razel ta;es up i s new duties at the end of this month. Mr. W'. ililer, for ten yearsmanager of the Tasmanian headquarters of D. and W. Murray, Limited, at Launces ten, has ...
GLENELG WAR MEMORIAL Tender Accepted [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923
GLENELi WAR MEMORIAL Tender Accepted G?lenelig M'unicipal Council has ac cepted the tender of Messrs. Dwyer and Warcner for a war memorial. The work will be proceeded with at an early date. There were eight tenders. The memorial will include a new town hall and a soldiers' clubroom. It will be built on the site og the pre sent town hall. The estimated cost of the building by the council was £15,0C~O. Of this £5.000 has been raised by public subscription, and the other £10,000 has been subscribed by the corporation.
SEEDING FINISHED AT LAMEROO LAMEROO, To-day. [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923
SEEDING FINISHED AT LAMEROO LAMEROO, To-day. Fior some time seedin. ,.was held up owing to the bo?ggy nature of tile ground. Operations are now complete on all farms. It is a long time since the soil has received such a saturation. From some quarters there are comIplaints that the excessive wet has burst the grain, but the general opinion is that Sthe season is full of promise.
LEAKS IN UNLEY ROAD [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923
LEAKS IN UNLEY ROAD The water supply pipe on the western side of 1Unley road is causing; trouble to the Waterworks' employes. .\ short time ago a leak in front of the police station nece.s.stated the excava tion of part of the woodblocked road. No sooner had this leak been repaired than another appeared, and againt part of the Unley road resembled a water logged trench. The task of finding this leak has proved more exacting than the former. People are wonder ing when Unley road will resume its normal appearance.
RABBIT TRAPPERS WANTED Many Vacancies To Fill [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923
RABBIT TRAPPERS WANTED Many Vacancies To Fill Calling for 100 to 150 rabbit trappers for various parts of the State, a notice has ben posted at the Labor Exchane. TUp tothe present, says :Mr. A. C. H. Richardson, Superintendent of the Go vernment Labor Exchange. only 3,0 men have accepted work, There i are still vacancies for a large niumber of trappers who can providce their own equipment. The rato of pay will be 14/ a. dozen pair,.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — News — 25 July 1923
Great I TER SALE i *.THE SAVINGS ARE WELL S WORTH WHILE - t~at are represented in this . column, and the goods have a double attr8activeness on ac count of their Seasonableness and RELIABLE QUALITY. During this Great Sale they are offered at prices reduced prom figures strilikingy keen to begin with, and t~is oppor tanity is one that wvill merit your coanstant watclfulness To neglect these big Say ings spells LOSS to you-- come across and save to-day. MEET ME AT THE STAIR CASE BARGAINS. 1/3, Handkerchiefs for 4½d. each. A big parcel of Ladies' Fancy Hanks. has come to hand, comprising some very dainty designs. The values range anywhere from 9-1d. to 1/3 each. Besides be ing hemnstitched, these Swiss Hanks. are prettily embroi dered in the corners, and pre sent a very tempting appear ance. MEET ME AT THE STAIR CASE PRICE, 4!d. each. 10/6, Seagass Chairs for 7/6. Seagrass Chairs, very soundly constructed of best quality fibre on stro~ng, sound frames, very suitable for Bed room, Sitti...