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A Golf Tea [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

A Golf Tea Mrs. Herbert Rymill gave a delight ful tea party on Tuesday afternoon a.t thle Kooyenga. Golf Linkg, Lockley. The weather was perfect for such a gathering, and an additional attraction was the competition among members of the club in putting, approaching, and driving. Tea was served on small tables out side the clubhouse. Among the guests were Mrs. Jullan Ayers, Miss Gladys Kernagha~n. Mrs. Sidney (Rymill, Mrs. Frank Rymill, Mrs. Eric Tolley, Mrs. B'romley, Mrs. £Bowman, Mrs. Mirle, lirs. Phil Lamphee, Miss Nance Lam phee, Mrs. A. A. Scarfe, Miss Evelyn Scarfe, Mrs. McMichael, Mrs. M. B. Hanamer, Mrs. Magnus Wald, Mrs. 'fed Le Messurier, Mrs. Lance Hargrave, Miss Clayton, M?iss Warnes, Mrs. Harold Rischbieth, Miss Kay, Mrs. Cowle, Miss Biddy Cowle. Mrs. J. B. Barrett, Miss Black, Mrs. H. Bischof, Mrs. K. Catt, Miss Ca.tt, Mrs. M. A. Clutterbuck, M.rs. R. Cor nell, Miss Heather Daw, Mrs. Charles Drew, Misses Clara and Irene Gliddon, Mrs. W. A. Holden, Mrs. M. Hooper, Miss ...

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

ALFRED C. CATT, SON & CO --(Alfred C. Catt, Charles ~. c-tt, C1haer!c. . Sutton.) ... -~ ·' *· *.L* -.Cellar, Brick Laundry oe ly fitted. as ove. Electri Light, Garage, t wo Tiled V. rannhahs. Large Block Land. This is a delighrttul Home, and one that you will be proud to own. Investigate i :"nw .i.t'l Pri~c .Cl,530. No: 1270 BEULAH ESTATE AT TO0RAK - ...to.t.. ion o1:1' . A ST IN AN EXCELLENT POSITIONE up to date Bungalow, built -uI ,,. A- charming 7 rewetone-and-Brick SBrick, containing 6 good loomas-well Bungalow, containing C wiell Sarranged, Including all neeessar-v arranged Rooms. The conveniences l oon-n neeinc . , B inthroo I'hr Include hath, heater, and basin, -- an Cein , Panriy, CLlar,,dry ,,oprd, F ft*..(;a . Eeti per aild Troughs. Sink, lDraiuboards collar;. copper, and troughs, E L., g&c., .L., Gas, Woodshed. This iV r s and wood stoves, wrodshed. &h . E an exceptionally well-built homne I nd Thi X 22.5. An exceptionally with :ood Garden nicely ...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
HOME PLOTS AND HOUSES EXPANSION OF TRADE CREATES NEW BUILDINGS [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

HUPLOTS _ EXPANSION OF TRADE CREATES NEW BUILDINGS Durin:?g the war business hOuses de lay Vt Ibuilding t pclr'taions. W\ith the c,-i::,lttU n (,f hiostilitie.s, grovth of buhi ness, lmade aL hurried exansllionll of pl't ci,::e ccim!licated by the .lgh plriccs mis.s iTmperative. c'ummentint on this question, Mr. I. I.ayleurne Smith, presideint of the South Au::tralian Jnstitute of ..rchi letrs. .s-id this development had te conie com!licatteod by the high prices and lhe shortage of skilled labor. The most noticeable .shortage had b.een in the lmason and plumbing trades, per haps because the helI) of machinery has been less apparent in those depart ments. Persons connected with the woodwork trade hlad been able to in trodtlce machinery which enabled them to go ahead. Painters also had had the advantage of being able to use re.dy-made paints, which reduced some of the labor of pre-! paration. In the case of masons, the trade was largely one of labor on the Iuilding. and they could not...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BASEBALL By "BALLPLAYER." Premiership Table. [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

BASEBALL By "BALLPLAYER." Premiership Table. \. L. D. For.Ag. Pts. Ramblers .... . 7 2 1 52 25 15 East Torrens .... 6 3 1 67 51 13 Goodwood ...... 6 4- 56 3 12 Sturt ....... 6 4- n 7 29 !3 University ...... 4 6.- 50 5 S W\est Torrergs .... 4 6 - 35 '3 S Millswood ...... 3 7 33 C3 6 y.". S - 43 4 Stan. Spencer Giooawool. NEXT SATURDAY'S GAI7ES. East Torrens v. Y.MI.C.A. Sturt v. Goodwood. University v West Torrens. Ramblers v. Millswood.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Goliaths of the Ring Fight For Championship On September 12 RICKARD PREDICTS WIN FOR FIRPO (UNITED SERVICE.) NEW YORK, July 25. [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

Goliaths of the Ring Fight For Championship On September 12 RICKARD PREDICTS WIN FOR FIRPO (TJhTTED SERVICE.) NEW YORK, -July 25. A ratch f.r the boxing champion ship of the world was arranged today between Luis Firno, of South Ame rica, and Jack IDempsey, of U.S.A., by MIr. Tex Rickard, the well-known World's Champion JACK DEMPSEY, Matched to meet Firpo on SEotember 12. promoter, to be held or. September 12' in New York or vicinity. 1'irpo has received a 100,000 dollars guarantee. It is understood Dempsey's share will be 50 per cent. of the gross receipts. The match is regarded as the most important heavyweight contest held for years. Since his arrival in .America Firpo has easily defeated his olponents. The interest is such that many prophesy that the fight will rival the Dempsey Carpentier. match, when the receipts exceeded a million and a half dollars. Mr. KEarns ('manager for Dempsey) immedi tely telegraphed to the cham pion, who is at Los Angeles:-"Come to New York and begin t...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Busy Week in Winter Sport LACROSSE [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

i ~slsy ~y~cj5 in ~feP. ~3Yb__ LACROSSE By "RIGHT ATTACK." When South Austr allaus were gloomily re flecting upon the unexpectedly heavy defeats oi t-eir r6otballea o) stern . ALstbLa.la ard Tasmania last Saturday, it was com forting to receive tidings from Brisbane that the South Australian lacrosse team l d scored a brilliant win up north against Queensland in their first engagement in th. carnival there. Once agal, team work played a large part in the victory. Our sile seems to have combined so brilliantly in the lasa ouarter that they quite broke down the solid defence of the home side. Up to three-quarter time it was anybody's game, but the strain was apparently too great for the Brisbane players. The magnificent final quarter display of the Adelaide men will, no doubt, greatly encourage them when tack ling their remaining engagements. The low Queensland score speakls volumes for the quality of our defence. and it is evide it ever, player on our side did his job well. I Co not ...

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

There's no need for the boys to go out these chill, nights when they .an have, in - their owi home, tables that piay as fast as those in any billiard saloon. This • s pleasant game of skill will transform many leisure hours into times of delightful . = recreation. P. GAY & CO.'S HIGH. GRADE FULL SIZE BILLIARD TABLES. fare made in Adelaide. They are soundly constructed of finest materials throughout - S. -frames of Maple, Blackewood. or Real Oak, special quality, fast-playing cuahions, * and so!id imported alate beds. INSPECT THESE TABLES IN OUR SHOWROOM. . .. . . . CONVERTIBLE DINING-BIL S. LIARD TABLES (as illustrated). = May be had in Black-wood or Oak, in sizes of 8 ft., 9 ft., and 10 ft. SPerhaps this is just the table you O o need. Anyway, when you visit our up-to-date Showrooms it be Scomes an easy matter to settle the question. Our goods are all marked at the ^ lowest cash prices, but convenient terms may be arranged if desired. We stock a. large range of good quality...

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

CYCLING ',? A Successful. Season Bfy "HIEAD-PIECE." One of the world'.- foremost cyc'ists. Hie hA ow ow unountced his retirement, The 1923 road seasoa has proved the most tucce'Sful ::ince the borom days of cvycling. both as reards the number of entrants arid , eants heti. 'The Paynletbam Club has con ducted several short-disltance events, and after present unfavorable weather will con dult bseveral lo? -dvistan.e :ontrsts wsith a view to preparing members for the Burra read race. T -i.. I '- ut, ' . i-?r ati:: o-- ,,, conducting road events, has taken advantage of the hulf-tit:ne interval at football .ntCetCS ' :.l:C':rttoI n,: to -lnI" L'a events. These innovations have been very t?.oi'llar Wl.u ico:uail tIo ci ;:. 2iere is "' "oub '* I' ' 1,?·.-," , , "'-. " with the South Australian sportin fraternity. ROAD RACE POSTPONED. The Pa-var,'nm Cycling Ciub's 18-mile road rnw. \whit, n.'s to have been held last S.turday, was postponed owing to the had condition of the ro-tds. Weathcr u...

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

BOXING "The Knockout" By Ern W'addy, Hacrvyweight Champion of Australia. In the early descriptions of contests that bhre--kuuckle lighters engaged in very little stems to hanve been laertion21 atot a knockout. W'restling and throwing an opponent wer aelways allowed, and were fro Q/citLy indulged in whil etne hghters were close in. It was when gloves were intro duced into conteste that the "knockout" hirst became known. Probably the c;aly p,.rrou; able to describe the feelings and sensations of a knockout, are those who have had the "experience"! of being knocked out. The most accepted theory of a L.nockout • i :. $.P :lt e?. ar T o "' noll A lt lri ,tn medical- man. lie explained that a blow to, the point of the chin forced the jiaw back, causing Prcssure o:a the jug.t\ur 1,;n and stoppage of blood to thei brain. if that were correct it woul :ake some c::conds to r ider a :na in-: t;: ,iou.- As a ? matter of fact boxers hit with a sudden knockout punch arl rcnlldcred uncot.ucioa. al...

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

Sites at Light Gardens A f(ature of the wek in the reali estt-te mn'arkl'-t will be Satur(lay's sub divisinnal s!tl,' of 7 " ,uil, n._ 1itoe opi;rsite Colonel Light Gardens, %vhlcre an amiitius schlime of r(oadmakin ! and treeplantingi is proceeding under: the dircetion or the (Garden Suburbs Cou !mlissioner. Tht,.e 1 )i proveinlnlt.s, together with the proposed tramway extension, will luhve a considerable in-1 ticnce on land valu!.s in tih vicinity.I The sale will 'be conducted by Wiiliin. son, Sando, & Wyl\\ s, Limited. j

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Fighting For The Port FINE WORK OF RETAIL TRADERS [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

Fighting For The Port FINE WORK OF RETAIL TRADERS Port Adelaide is the State's front' door, anid in matters relating to its w~ellare the local 'Retail Traders' Asso ciation 1'has wielded a pJwerful in iluence. Formed by a small band .of busineis people,...mostly shopkeepers, 15 years ago,. the. association has grown fh "membership and importance. Its vigilance in the interests.bf: the seaport *hlas never been relaxed, and its activities ha~e been of. great assis .tince to the Port Adelaide City Coun cil. Whiieh tlihe annual meeting was held a few wceeks--ago Mr. Robeit Fraser was- re-elected president for the eighth successive terf, and Mlr. J. fI{'unter, who-has been secretary since 1916, was also reappointeal. Other ex 2cutive onfcers al;e Messrs. H-. L. Mr. R. Fraser, President of the Retail Traders' Association. Adams .(vice-president), F. D. Brook, ,. \'. 'r,,wn. 1', Goudie, and Ald. A. 0. [~. Tanpp, all of whom, Iike the pre 1ident, have been associated with the :usiness life ...

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

THE DAILY TEST PROVES I ii:/. ANCHOR ! GROCERIES e The~ Beest . m ,mIlmm.. . . . ..nn.ntn mu u " " " " 'cni if~;;~~~Ilrliflttl A.A The Most Looked-For Bargain Events Starts To-Morrow at 9. Be Early--and take part in the Great Distribution of Big Values.~ From 9 .till 9-12 Hours of Golden Opportunity for You! . _____,_ i Fuil-aized BED. UniqueDesik. Sti STEAD, in Solid Oak. Good Ne sSpecial for this Readers I -n 30 SARASS £/ JA urale, a speiNl ;ii The Most Looed-For Bargain Eents Starts ToMorow at 9. ,Be Early ,and ae part in the Great Distributio n of Big Values at Frobm O till O--12 ~Hours of Golden Opportunaity for You!~ '? i"% C.3-+6S Stren, e s=: A Star pcia FuilDOOized BED I of 4 Pece. 'Wardrobe 4 ft. 0 an.. Duclaess Table with3 o dr".er. . . f.. C. in., PacE ,i WasotinOk. Cheval SFurnishing Star SpecialsDesin. tr SBLINDS, water soiSpeiaed. New. Best QualityS, IiI;II l3 L ti 00 $?AOAQ~S 5 ?/-? Gd al i o bclerod, o, - / / each.tar line for th / 50-in. CURTAIN FABRICS. -Heavy-wei...

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

Imperial Corner For Sale I The group of buildings known as the Imperial corner, consisting of the Imi perial Hotel and four shops, will be offered for sale by auction at the Wool Ex:change on August 22 by ~,ilkinson, Sando, & WVylcs, Limited. i

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
New Home of "The Mail" Office Moved To North Terrace [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

New Home of "The Mail '" Office Moved To North Terrace Starting this week, "The Mail" will be issued from the offices of News, Limited, in North terrace. The staff has already moved from the old quar ters in 'Gilbert place. It is requested that all communica tions for 'The Mail," whether -iews for publication or correspondence'- relating to advertising, subscriptions, ort other business. be directed to the North terrace address. Until 'The M'ail" telephones are transferred to the new address all tcle phone enquiries must be through "The New's" lines, Central 4910. Readers of "The Miai!" will understand that while "The Mail" has to depend on "The N:ews" telephone facilities it will. not be possible on Saturday evenings to do more than receive news messages. The lines and the staff will be too busy to answer questions as tO the results of sporting events. From. this week the size of the sheet will be changed to the seven-column page which already has been made popular by 'The News." E...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Growing of Red Wheat Unpopular in this State [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

Growing of RedWheat Unpopular in this State Although the South Australian Royar Agricultural and Horticultural Society does not encourage growing red wheat it has no objection to the exhibition of this kind of grain at .its shows, ac cording to tihe report of the agricultural committee of the Society. The committee received'a communica tion from the Victorian Department- of Agriculture on the matter, but it-stated that farmers in South Australia did not take to the growing of red wheat.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FOR THE SAKE OF AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

FOR THE SAKE OF AUSTRALIA Anyone who. in" these days advoc ates adequate national defence is liable to be branded as a militarist. That should not deter true Australians from supporting wholsheartedly proper protection for their homeland. They should break from the thraldom of phrases, and squarely face the facts of life as it is today. There may be some who will hurl the jibe of militarism at Mr. Bruce, the Prime Minister, for his statement of the ease for 'Australian defence in the House of Representatives on Tuesday. If such there be, it is safe to say they are influenced more by emotion than reason. Carried away by the ad mitted horrors of the Great War, they close the door of their minds and allow unrestricted play to their feelings. But the practical affairs of life cannot be governed by emotion alone. In his spech on Tuesday Mr. Bruce put the position in a sentence.: He said, "Neither the League of Nations nor the Washington Conference has solved the problem of providing for ...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FINGER PRINT EXPERT FOR WASHINGTON'S POLICE [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

FINGER PRINT EXPERT FOR WASHINGTON'S POLICE (Mrs. Millicent Cooper, of LewistFo wn, Montana, has just assumed her duties as finger-print expert in the Woman's Bureau of the Washington Police Department. (Mrs. Cooper is one of America's leading authori ties in this branch of police work.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LATE RACING TODAY'S BALLARAT RESULTS HIGHWEIGHT WELTER. Seven furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

LATE RACING TODAY'S BALLARAT . RESULTS . HIGHIWEIGHT WELTER. Seven furlorgs. ATAI.T, S 3 ........ .. .. 1 Roseland, 9 2............... 2 D)i?c:,rd S 7 . ...... 3 Winner's prit'e, 10 to 1 against. Other--l?~ebei 9 1, Fa1trous 8 12.1 C.overnor CGay 8 S, Winot S 3, Strathaird '- 9 J ov, rd S 2. "Yon by two lengths; fivo lengths be tween second and third. Time, Time, 7.33. HIINDICAP PONY RACE. Five furlonogs. BALTEE, 8 3 ............... .. 1 Delphic Domain. S 10 .... ....... Teodor, 6 11 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . Wrinner.' phice, 6 to 1. Others:--Spnrkl Gap, Iarocar, 8 8; Crystal King., 8 0: Termilee, 7 13; Diosina. 7 10: Gooldfield, Rachel, Dl vote, 7 1; Voltage, 6 9. W\Von by six lengths, with three lengthsl between second and third. LYONs H[ANDICAP. One mile. Roselane, 8.0 ............ ....... 1 I ocassin, 9.10 ........... ....... 2 Dapper, 7.3 . 3......... WViinner's Toriie. 6 to 1. Others:-Bobalight, 9.6; Moira Lad, 7.8. Ambershine, 6.7. Won by a neck, with three-quarters o a length b...

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

Great W ER SALE With the BEST INTERESTS of our customers constantly •before us we are submitting this list of Merchandise for their careful consideration. We want you to critically compare our values with those elsewhere, so that you will positively know the rea son of the popularity of these Progressive Stores and that MOORE'S METHODS of pro ducing SENSATIONAL SAV. IN6S are worthy of your notice and approval always. MEET ME AT THE STAIR CASE BARGAINS. FOR FRIDAY ONLY. 12/6$-En-glish Long Life Aluminium Saucepans for 6/9 set. Long Life Alumii nium, guaranteed pure, in four useful sizes, suitable for milk, sauce, &c. Must be an asset to every house wife. These Saucepans have a lip, and are in a complete range of sizes, holding 1¼, 2-, 3, and 3} pints, without covers. Usual price 12/6 set. To& day only. MEET ME AT THE STAIRCASE PRICE 6/9 SET. MEET ME AT THE S FAIR CASE BARGAIN. FOR FREDAY ONLY. 2 '3--Duchesse Sets for 1/ set. Speciat purchase of Manu~i.curcrs' Stoc'- T...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MURDER IN CAFE FIVE SHOTS AT BOOTLEGGER Assasin Calmly Makes Escape (UNITED SERVICE.) NEW YORK, July 25. [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

MURDIE IN AFE FWiE SHOTS AT BOOTLEGGER I.I -9- Assasia Calmly Makes Escape (UNITED SERVICE.) NEW YORK, July 25. The series of crimes which have been startlug New York and other large centres caused through botrtlegging grudges and auth.::ities arie aalarmed at ti latest fluedls, has taken onl such proprtions that tragedcy. which occurred when I, uis :Fran - ciscr,, well known to, thlie police as a bootl legger, eintered a restranrant on Broadway at midnigh:. Suddenly ain aut-uiibiit drew up,. a nan entered and looked round as if searchiu.. for a friend, lie espied Francisco, walked to-wards him. ldelibe rately dtirew his revolver andl shot him through -the neck. Immediately a panic nrcurred among the diners. A h.y riusned pa.ssed the wounded mnan in ordier to go into the street. but Francisxo galihbed him, usinrg him as a shield between himself and the a-.asin. -lwho.i w vr. dletimninedl to finish the job, w:hlk-d round the uoy and shot Fran co through the mouth. Althoenh desperatel...

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