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ON 'CHANGE Investments Quiet [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

ON 'CHANGE6; Investments Quiet Business was no brighter than usual this morning. Commonwealth Loans were well quoted, but trade was restricted to the 4: per cents. due 1925 at £97 15/, the 5 per cents. payable this year at £101 10/, the 6 per cents. maturing 1930 at £102 17/6, and the 5 per cents. due 1927 at £97 7/6. ' he 5 per cents. dated 1948 were offered at £100 5/. SIOI.e e *,e re er* ll~ * * all Ira? st in the wheat * :ion. but transactions were scarce. D crop at 7-1dt., and F at 1 1-4d. Investments were quiet. Hlarris, S:arfe firme' a point to 19/10. and Bea3th, Schie:ts were traded at 15/., while Adelaide Electric Rights were bought at 6/1 and 6/. Copper stocks were dull. For Mount Lyell a buyer offered 24/3, while Wallaroo were offered at 26/9. Barriers were rather slow, but slightly firmer prices ruled British Australian were exchanged at 22/ and 21/10½, and Electrolytic Zinc firmed to 30/6. Souths were on offer.it 441, but buyers declared at 43/3. Norths strengthened to ...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WEATHER IN BRIEF [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

WEATHER IN BRIEF Mr. T. Bromley (Government Meteo rologist) stated this morning that ex cept for 27 points at Cape Northumber land, and a few light and isolated show ers reported this mroning to the South and South-East, fine weather had pre vailed throughout South Aunrtralia, with clear skies at many places. A few frosts and fogs were reported. Since yesterday the weather disturb anco had spread -over the greater part of Western Australia, and brought general rain to that State south of the tropics. Except for a heavy fall on the north west coast-Hamlin Pool 240 points, and Carnarvon 237 points-the registra tions were only Light The eastern antiyclone had increased in energy, the centre of the system, Which lay round Tasmania, giving barometer readings over 30½ in. With the further advance of "the low," un settled conditions should develop in the far west, but elsewhere under anti cyclonic control the weather was likely to be fine on Friday. The official forecasts issued this morn ...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MUSIC AND ELOCUTION Adelaide Competitions [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

MSIC AHiD ELOCTIG O Adelaide Competiions .cprd Pri tries have been received for the idelaide musical aln4 lfcnti.,na~r :a nilefitions.L, held under lie dfirecti?n pf fhe "Band Asi~sciat.ion o Sutll. Aunstrai;a. ,ijlph will .1» opr-ned ?;,t the Victoria Hall py ({h baLorD Maycp (Mr. Law-s Cohen) on iatiirda~. Angust 4. ITha pp'i-rles nmimner ncar-y 8,M00. Tn the r c t:t'-n, ... ("'1f.l Bo# Bliipn") for ?i:rs i(aJ hoFs tnmdcr c . . ('mminolwlth. "?'Pr4 Ihas been estabLlilsheld y 15S en A rm : j Fi. popeti ra an? many who Irv' ;,r~n. disE ncfl-i at Balla-.it . n reer. A f eahrre in thr rIKr .T oonn t F:nraier recitals amnd cpen Ttpes. Tl%: vocal cLnTtest.s have ibeen wiccne6d in scope. Thi commrn'ttee' hae sCrrad ihe CTr vices of two adjudicators from 3Mflb.mirna. % .k. . 1oviett-l-os ii- bI the pimtn t~iait jurdge,,and ir. Jc:a 3. .AldrCws ?i1-a.judica-te"in he mnsical aclifns. Shb secretary (M?r. I{. G. Dall) is finuas ing"matters for tl1i oieminyp.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
VICTORIA PARK. [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

VICTORIA PARK. On the grass, which was in - fair order, but a trifle slow,, GOLDEN GRAIN and WALLASII (Veale) executed a mile in 1.54½. PAISLEY CHIEF and EARL HAIG ran 7 furlongs in 1.38. RIGHT WHEEL was res ponsib!e for one mile in 1.54. STAGE QUEEN (Tolley) coverea half-mile in 52. URLEY (Lindsay) and SARAH CURRAN (Hobby) kept company for the mile in 1.52½. GAVESTON (Roberts) moved nicely over six furlongs in 1.21. LUVERIA and HIGH PLAY were together for half-mile. BAY SEAL took 1.57 for one mile. MUNKUM BOOLA registered 1.5 1-5 for five furlongs. LORD VARCO and CALULA toolk 1.5S over the mile. WEE ALWYNE could have im proved upon .1.55 for the mile. KINGBIER (Willaims) and CLEVER JIM (Tolley) were together for nine furlongs in 2.9. LEON was too good for CASTLETON (Wright a'i~i: JOYCE C. (Jacques) at the end of one and a q;uarter miles in 2.21. GRANPA spurted three furlongs in 37½. ROYAL MONITOR and ALARM KING galloped the mile in 1.5F.½. DEUCE accounted for GIFAN over five furlon...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ON THE TRACKS This Morning's Work MORPHETTVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

ON THE TRACKS This Morning's Work MORPHEFrVILLE. The course-proper was open for work this morning, but trainers generally preferred to use the tan. On the course proper Paratoo led Pogonatus once round in 2.493. Jules Jordan went smortly for three furlongs in 39,. Abbeville making the same time. Rich Gift went once around in .4S8. the last mile assisted by Peace Dove in 1.521. King of Mirth and Leahcim easily got seven fillorgs in 1.39k. Aphenaton went seven furlongs in 1.3'. Armada (II. Valentine) w?unt! about two miles at three-quarter pace. Egnar ran four furlongs in 53. BitaUlli (after break fast) went once around in 2.4Sf, the last 10 furlongs in 2.241, the last mile in 1.53, and the last thrie in 40?. Little Linda spurted two furlongs in 25i. - On the tan Antonine got to the end of seven fur!ongs in 1.37, Tongarra making the same time. Spinifex and Bookaloo ran a mile in 1.50, which was equalled by Essenside. Prince Aides had a call of King's Pardon in a mile, run in 1.501, Go...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NEVER OWNED HORSE JUDGE FOR 16 YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

NEVER OWNED HORSE JUDGE FOR 16 YEARS. Mr. Harold Bickford, the well-known rac ing judge, estimates that during his 16 years of service he has judged aplproximately 3,934 events. He has never owned a racehorse nor In vested a farthing on one in a race in this State since he sntarted judging. Wheu away he has a small bet. Good sight and a clear brain are essential to the man in tbe box, and Mr. Bickford has a hard and fast rule never to touch al <oholic liquor until the duties of the day are over. "In my opinion." said Mr. Bickford. "the judge's box should be so constructed and placed that the judge is practically isolated. His attention at the critical moment should not be distracted by the shouting of the crowd. A finish ia a matter of impression, and the judge should have a clear conception of the leading horses before moving his eyes on to the winning line. "They flash past, and not only the colors of the riders on the placed horses, but the horses thcmseli'es, are impr...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SPORT AND SPORTSMEN Tattersall's £2,000 Cup RUN SATURDAY RACING NOTES TATTERSALLS CUP MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

se~e~~t~ ~i~F~~p~~~ Tattersall's £2,00 0 Cup RUN SATURDAY Tatrsl~ £,00C· RACIG NOTES TATTERSALLS CUP MEETING. At Morphettville on Saturday Tattersalls Club will conduct its cup meeting. The main attr?rctir, a the only two-miie fiat race run in this State. When iLce,,clcs were declared yesterday 24 werd ,down to run for the £2,000 prize. Laat year's runner-up, Paratoo, heads the bandicaps. The only interstate horse eh gaged is Bitalli, and at the time of writing this four-year-old son of October is a strong favorite. Probably Scobie's charge will be ridden byv the crack all-round Lorse man Hiughie Cairns. who has ridden with success at odd times in this State. All going well in the meantime, Bitalli, is certain to start a hot favorite in the machine wagering. J. R. Josephs, Morphettville Tote Manager. SOwing to 40 .horses being left in the 'Minoru Trial Handicap (for apprentice riders who have not ridden 20 winners), the com mittee had to divide that event Two jumping races are to be...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

MAINTAIN THEIR QUALITY Ir -~HUDSON and ESSEX could build cheaper cars, but only at the expense of Quality t S .- This they w'ill not do. THEY BUILD UP TO A STANDARD NOT DOWN TO A PRICE I"-5: Purchase Hudson and Essex Cars and secure the best combination of Quality and Value obtainable to-day. ~= 5 Pass. 7 Pass. Single Seater 5 Pass. £625 £635 £465 £415 We have lar e shipments of Car EE arriving Caily, and can g'ive - IMMEDIATE DELIVERY MOTOR S LIMITED 26 Flinders Street, ADELAIDE. It Am- EEE -: l~mrm~mmmumnn~m~mmm~ ?? e~xrma n?nmtmmlmam~ammm~nmmn~~nmm? PhOne ,sTao,., 4 LINES CENT 6710 STILL UNSUPPASSED II O/Aer SpjEcilies SPARKLING ALE HIGH GAVITY STOUT DANDELION TONIC ALE (NON ALCOH-OLIC) oAess2e 0~,'~~i~I"·P~~akP i'~ IC--P - B si-bdit WINýýTER* SALE Be in Line, at Nine, To-Morrow BOUGHT -BY MR. J. CRAVEN Just opened, Huge Shipment of CURTAIN NETS AND MADRAS MUSLINS,: from insolvent manufacturer, no w offered at Ridiculous Prices. .50-in. Madras, plain edge .. . .. . 2/6 for 1/ 45-...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MILLIONS WANTED Loan To Be Raised LONDON, July 25. [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

MILLIONS WANTED Loan To Be Raised (REUTER'S.) LONDON, Julx 25. A message from Berlin states that the negotiations between the Ministry of Finance, the Reichsbank, and other hig banks in regard to the issue of an internal loan on a gold basis has been ccncluded. The loan will sho:tly be issued. It will total ;20,000,000 to 25,000,000 gold marks with interest at 5 Der cent., to mature in 12 years' time, and to be repaid on the dollar Lasis at the rate quoted in New York.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

9MJ11111|111111 111111111 STIHEATIRE =41 i - si' Yt ? i l ?ittllnltllli/llil~ll~llliIili[lll~llll ll~I~nl J. C. W'illiamson, Ltd. .u Sb-Laesees, -"ert Bailey and Julfns Grant. S To Night at 8 E. J. and Dan Carroll precent 'The Sentimental Bloke' B, C. J. Dennis. A play that will mako you smile through your _.. tears. Occaslonally you wil - get a lump in the throat S and a tear in. the eye, 1 but right through you _ will be laughing at t ,BILL, DOREEN, GIN tGER MICK, 'ERB. THE *- -STRAW 'AT COOT ARTIE, EFFIE, UNCLE *I and MAR. ? ,Play produced by Bert SDalley. Boxplans at Allan's, until 5 p.m., thereafter at Theatre Offce, whero day sales are also ob tainable, from 10 a.m. Prices 5/ (Reserved), 3/, and 1/. Early door, Gallery, 1/ extra. .ommenclng PSaturday, August 4 J. & N. TAIT -_- " Present * By arrangement with S E. J. CARROLL. <Harry Lauder The World's GCreteast Entertainer, who Is -, firmily i .-tab!lshod hi the affections of the Ade laide public. - iHe has c...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ERHARDT'S ESCAPE Woman Swallows Evidence (UNITED SERVICE.) LONDON, July 24. [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

ERHAROT'S ESCAPE Woman Swallows Evidence (UITITED SERVICE.) LONDON, July 24. Freiherr Yonder Busche Loehe has been arrested at Dessau in connection with Capt. Ehrhardt's escape. D)ou ments showing the complete scheme of escape were seizedl. His wife, formerly Miss Carpenter, is implacated. She swallowed another document, believed to contain the names of the conspira tors, to prevent it falling into the bands of thile police.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TO-DAY'S PRICES [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

TO-DA Y'S PRICESi The Retail Grocers' Associatt'e" of South Australia this morzmn announced the following sellinb. prices for produce:-. EGGS--Farm, I/10o; tested.No.:, 1, 2[- new laid guaranteedi 2/4. a dozen BUTTER--Best factory, 2/1?[n" to 2/2; best separator,,/ BACON--Best rashers, I1/9b. HAMS--Best,2/-.lb. - CHEESE - Matured, I [8- Lb.; semi-matured I 16 lb.:

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FRENCHMAN ARRESTED Documents Seized LONDON, July 25. [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

FRENCHMAN ABRRESTED I- Documents Seized (REUTER'S.) LONDON, July 25. It is reported lby the Berlin news psapers that the Gelrman police have ar rested a French courier from the French Emba'ssy in Berlin on an ex pre-ss train near Hagen, and seized im portant documents intended for the French commander of the Ruhr army.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NOT RESPONSIBLE No-More-War Movement LEAGUE OF NATIONS DENIAL [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

NOT RESPONSIBLE i No-More-War Movement LEAGUE OF NATIONS DENIAL Mr. J. Howard Vaughan (chairman ot the South Australian Branch of the League of Nations' Unions) said this morning that representatives of publia bodies should be more careful b'efore making public statem-nents. They should' not charge another organisation with- an action for which it was in no way res. ponsible. "The no-war movement was not oPr ganised by the League of Nation. Union," he said. "If the State hojda of the dombined organisations had biad the courtesy to communicate with the Union they would have avoided the ftoo lish mistake they have made. .., "In the first place it was sugge? t.e that we join the no-more mnovement; but the committee decided that it was not in a position to do so. Any protest therefore in connection with the meat ing should be made to the organiser5 of the meeting."

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
JAY WALKERS, BEWARE! Many Names Taken [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

JAY WALKERS, BEWARE! Many Names Taken ,Tay walkers, beware! If you have not yet had your name and addr ess taken by thle police, you may find y ourself giving those particulars to a constable if you continue t,, ja" ,,.o Since the police recently decided to lake aition agaih-s 3j; ,.ude.-, .o on fortmity with a bylaw passed by the Ade !aide City ('ouncl, tihey have been iIbusy watching offeniders. This. morning seve ra! persons called at the Adelaide Town IHall to enquire what action would be taken against them. It was learned that until the civic au thorities receive reports on the ImaLer they did no know what action would be taken. That would be decided in a few days. Mr. H. P. Beaver (town clerk) said that in Melbourne it was hoped that pe dcs. tris would adopt the pi'inciple of walkint across the roads at right angles. They had not complied with that regula tion, and consequeatly had been fined. .

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MOTORISTS FINED Traps Yield Crop of Fines [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

MOTORISTS FINED Traps Yield Crop of Fines For breaches of the Motor Vehicles Act a number of persons were fined by. Mir. L. H. Haslam, S.M., in the Adelaide Police Court today. On. cl arges of exceeding the speed :lim!t offenrdrs were dealt ivith aj? follow:-Cecil H. Cook (27 m.p.h.), £1; William A. Green (28 m.p.h.). £1 10/; John E. Day (25 m.p.h.), £1 10/. Colia Joyner (28 m.p.h.), £1 5/ For having ineffective silencers Thomas Lemon was ordered to forfeit £'2, Arnold A. Bartlett £2, Sydney H. Dunstan. £1 5/. Adolphus \V. T. Ril stone £1 5/ (and for having an obscure number plate £1), John 'W. Thomas £1 5/, ard Percy Parasiers £1 5/. Cyrril Langsford, Thomas Clarke, and George R. White were"'each fined £1 for having no warning instruments on their cycles. i.ding mnotor cyles writhout number plates cost Stanislaus E. Regan and r;ric Baker £1 5/, and John Burrows

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

HIS EXCELLENCY READY TO- LEAVE COVE NMENT -HOUSEI :FOR 'THE OPENING OF PARLIAI~ENT TODAY.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MONEY DEFLATION BRITISH EMPLOYERS ANXIOUS LONDON, July 25. [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

MONEY DEFLATION BRITISH EMPLOYERS ANXIOUS (REUTER'S.) LONDON, July 25. The Council of the Federation of the British Industries has communi cated with the Premier asking for the appointment of a Commission of financial experts and representatives of industry, commerce, and labor to enquire into . the future monetary policy owing to the fear that a con tinuance of the policy of deflation will gravely affect trade and employment

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ALLIES IN RUHR Ultimate Agreement Likely (UNITED SERVICE.) LONDON, July 25. [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

ALLIES IN RUHH Ultimate Agreement Likely (UNITED SERVTr'E.) LONDON, July 25. "The Times" Paris correspondent eports that while it is believed that 'rance and Belgium are earnestly de-' trous of reaching an agreement it is ot yet known whether they will DIntly or separatel: realy to the Bri [sh Note. As a matter of fact, doubt -ists, and it is significant that D;el imil n ll l ii? i l-,flttolz.~-, ?t€, giuin is bound to its pledges not to lea've the Rluhr until reparations are paid, and not to enter into negotia tions with Germany till passive resis Stance ceases. Thiere- is apprehension that Belgium nmay favor a revi:ion of payments, which would not be acceptable to France. It is suggested also that Belgium is less hostile to a Consul tative Commission headed by an Ame rican to enquire into Germany's capa cit~y to jay, than FIance. Belgium may be an important pivot on which the Allied ng.otitiions. will turn. The Frenrrch a'e- de(.sirous of waiting events rathcr than prccipitate act...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Control of Germany Communists Become Menace MONARCHISTS WAITING TO SHOW THEIR HAND (PUBLISHED IN "THE TIMES") LONDON, July 25. [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

Control of Germany Communists Become Menace MONARCHISTS WAITING TO SHOW THEIR HAND : (PUBLISHED IN "THE TIW7.S.") LONDQN, July 025. Bo!shevik tendencies are increasing in the German working classes since tlhe collapcse of the mark cc:npietely upset tho standards of value, wages, and prices. There is no likelihood of Germany go ing Bolshevik in the IRussian sense, ,ut outbreaks of iawles.,c-sns are increa. ingly frequent. P.outs, bloodshed, and mlarder at Bresla: and Frrankfort r,? lnstdnces and are r raceal'e to tohe character ot ti~ ,,nmus" unis ~it.'t?on ?_cmnting the underpaid and hnary workmen to acts of violence. Time may come when the Communists may giil the upper haud in certjin parts oi Ger nany, leaving the risk Cof Monarchis4 plots. since the Monarchists are only waiting for the Communnist. to !l.t i!Y In order to rally the middle clas.;os t) their carmnI,. \Vhen sufficiently sro:ng supporters of the monarchy will shlow their hands. A growing influcuce i. apparent of whole...

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