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FINE LEGAL PERSONALITY Mr. Wadey 75 On Sunday [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923
FINE LEGAL PERSONALITYZ Mr. Wadey 75 Oa Sunday Mr. `T. H-. Wadey, S.M.. the well known Adelaide solicitor, will celebratei his seventy-fifth birthday on Sunday. Born in Adelaide, Mr. Wadcy received1 his education at the Cawthorne School and the Adelaide Educational Institu tion, known as J. L. Young's. Leaving school at 16, he served his articles with the new firm of Messrs, Matthews and R. 13. Cox. He was ad mitted to the bar at the age of 21?? yearss, and immediately after was taken into the firm of Matthews and Cox as junior partner. After a few years he resigned, and began to practice o:1 his own account. Subsequently Mr. Edwin John Cox joined him as a junior partner. This firm remained in existence for 40 years, and when partnership was dissolvei tMr. Wadey became senior member of Wadey, Ncrman, and Waterhouse. As a member and past president of the Adelaide Drive Bowling Club, Mr. Wadey still takes an active part in sport. He is also prominently connected with South Australian ...
FOOTBALL TOMORROW Teams Selected LEAGUE NORWOOD VERSUS WEST. At Norwood. [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923
FOOTBALL TOMORROW .j • Teams Selected LEAGiUE NORWOOD VERSUS WEST; At Norwood. Norwood from:-White (capt.),.B. A. Scott (v.capt.), Lill, Schumacher, Grantley, Sy monds, W. Scott, Ackland, Lee, Mutton, Packham, Heinrichs, -hepburn, Close, Ste phens, Wadham, Potts, Bent, Burns, Clapson. West from:-Harding, Kempster, Kearns, O'Dea, Whitford, McGregor Manuel, Palmer, Moore, Wright, Keane, Huxtable, Dance, Jim Bishop, aJck Bishop, Martin, Bailey, Lee (vice-capt.), Barney (capt.). PORT VERSUS SOUTH. At Alberton. Port:-Allingham, Bampton (vice-capt.), Barker, Bailey, Bungey, C. Dayman (capt.), L. C. Dayman, Drew, E. Dewar, Ford, Harrison, Hoffman, Keal, Latimer, Loveder, Mayne, McDonald, Mucklow, Shearer (19th). South:--Gibson, Sawyer, Ryan, Palmer, Mess, Handby, Williams, Kay, Waye, Vickers, Oliver, J. W. Daly, D. Thomas, C. Daly, Scanion, Moriarty, Caust, Downs. NORTH VERSUS WEST TORRENS. At Prospect. North Adelaide:-Burt, Conrad, Curnow, Dawe, Furler, N. Fuss, Greive, iHyde. Kin near, L...
SPORT AND SPORTSMEN BITALLI MAY WIN CUP Selections For Tattersalls At 1 p.m. THE MINORU TRIAL HANDICAP. (Apprentice riders who have not ridden 20 winners.) First Division. [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923
BITAILI MAY WIN CUP Selections For Tattersalls At 1 p.m. THE MINORU TRIAL PHANDICAP. (Apprentice ridere -no have not ridden 20 winners.) First Division. One mile. st. lb. e: t. lb. Uriah ... ...... 9 0 Iremble .... .. 7 4 Double Musket 8 5 Bon Tir ....... 7' 4 Miss Aides .... 8 2 Leamina...... 7 2 Blafil ........ 8 0 lsle~ of lownlt .. 7 1 Bonnie Gift .. 713 MIelworthy .... 7 1 Gold and Blue 7 ?2 Pistol Barrel .. 7 1 Storm Crest .. 7 11 Earl Haig .... 7 0 Richloe ...... 7 9 |Frivolous .... 7 0 Sealana . ..... 7 7 My.\lstical ....... 7 0 Kothari .... .. 7 5 .Bir Mettus .. .. 7 0 Only those apprentices that have not rid den 20 winners will be eligible to ride in this event. They will :not be allowed the use of whips or spurs. Uriah is a useful sort from the north, while Double Musket and Miss Aides will have to be respected. Lower down the Slist Richloc apeals and Bon Tir won well at Audunda last Saturday. Maybe one of the quintette named will provide the winner, with preference for O...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923
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FEEBLE FATHER. [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923
FEEIBLE FATHER. " " If Tommy arrived at sc:'ool late orie he arrivdl. late a hundred times. rhe schoolmaster began to feel very tired of this sort of thing, and when Tommy began to stay away for whole afternoons he began to be very suspicious. "Next time you stay away I should ]!ie you to bring an excuse from your lather,'' he said one day, after the boy had agals been absent without leave. "I don't aant to bring an .excuse "f0m father," said the boy. "Why not?" ,asked the teacher. "He's no good at them. 'Mother alwiy finds him out"
Germany in Bad Way Ruhr Food Supplies Cause Anxiety FRIENDLY FRENCH AND BELGIAN REPLY TO BRITISH NOTE [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923
Germany in Bad 'ay Ruhr Food Supplies Cause A ety FRIENDLY FRENCH AND BELGIAN REPLY TO BRITISH NOTE Germany is in a bad way. A'ccor4ing to reports there: ii grow ing anxiety over the distribution. of food supplies in- the Ruhr.. and the finances are in a hopeless muddle." It is' asserted that the German finances will eventu ally :have. to be corintrodlled' by foreign Powers. Talk of placing the.,financial system on a gold basis is current. (PUBLISHfED TN "THE TIMES.") ' LONDON, Ju,ly 26. In a message from its Berlin corres-. pon'dent "TI.: Times" says that even tually the German finances ~i;i.' i.ave> to be controlled by foreign :Pbwers: It is impossible to imagilpe:any: Gert man Government possessing the moral courage and authority neaessary to cope with the situation, which is like ibeing caught fn a typhoon. OBR holds on hoping for the best. The 'only figures not rising in proportion to the mark's depreciation are the Govern ment receipts. There is much talk of placing the fin...
BEFORE THE PUBLIC [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923
BEFORE THE PUBLIC Sen. O'Loghlin returned to Adelaldd from Melbourne this morning. HIon. E. H. F:arrar, member of': thd New South W'ales: Legislative Coutndit; arrived by the Melbourne expres.: thid morning to.take piart in the conferenced of the Federal Commission of the B-ti tish Imperial Exhibition. Mr. P. A. Johnson (State secretary of the Electoral Trades Union) 1ef for Melbourne this afternoon to attend the hcariing of the plaint of the Elew trical Trades Union of Australasia before Sir John Quick on Monday. Reuter's report that Lieut.-Col. Lesn lie Wilson, M.P., has been appointe4 Governor of Bombay. Comrn. Ayerd LIonsell Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasury, and Jljr.. Boyd Car penter Financial Secretary to the Admiralty.
LABOR'S CHOICE NEW LABOR COUNCIL PRESIDENT [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923
ILABOR'S CHOICE "5 . • . • ~re. . .,, • , _ ... ? . . . ? Mr. Harry Pearce NE'W LABO~R COUNCIL PRESIDN-ei Mr. Harry Pearce has been elecad unopposed as president of the Sbuth Australian Trades and Labor Council. Last year he served as vice-president. Mr. Pearce first became assocfate~d with industrial unionlsn when a mea ber of the Australian' Railwaym~ne, ' Union. Two and a half 'years ago haB was induced to leave the service t@ take the position of organiser of. the union in South Australia.. He has held several responsible po~d tions in the 'Labor Party, and ha. edited the "A.R.U. Gazette.,'.' a journ devoted to the promotion of railway4 men's interests.' M r. G. A. Carter coormLOIG TRDE SES RrC-srA bhi ,pres rit u,:inion : " bIorbe'd theid Tailors' Union and the- Ready mad~ e Clothing Union .he was secretary" of tha latter organisation. He has occupied his present position. since 1914. In that year the member ship of the union, was not much more than 300, hut to-day there are 2,...
BRITISH NOTE Franco-Belgian Agreement LONDON, July 26. [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923
S BRITISH, NOTE:? : Franco-Belgian .Agreement (REUTER'S.) LONDON, July 26. ,,.Parisian. newspapers State ihat the French and.-BelJan Cabinets haver a;greed -in p~rinciple on the reply to bIc'"sent- to "the :British Note, but thdre are-, still differences in -regard to the Aetails;: w.ici ,h; will- be :the: subject of further conversations, It is- uniderstood tbat -Paris - and [Er '.w??'i;.,make 4eparrte replies to Londbn, but that these-,yill be similar on. f'TidamepStal points. Both docu mhenti. wvill'~-be most ~Oitndly .:andl con cLi.?.t'ry in'i. spirit, p'nittihig a -con tinruance of the .negotiations, with pos sibly an agreement .later. SM; -Poincare and Mi. Theunis will _neet affer the dispatch of their replies to London. . *
"PROVE YOUR CASE" Magistrate's Advice to Litigant [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923
"PROVE YOUR CASE" Magistrate's Advice to Litigant On the ground that the informant had not established that he was a licensed taxidriv.er, Mr. J. W. Nelligan was successful in obtaining a dismis sal in a case in which Charles S. Miles ,charged ,orman W. Miller with havingr failed-to.pay him the legal fare of £1 for work done on July 19. Miles told Mr. Hastam. S.M., that he nad driven Miller to Dulwich, back to town, then to Comptoi street, and later to Stan'ey street.- NYew-Adolaide, where his passenger alighted with the promise that hle would pay th. fare next day. This lo had failed to do. The Magistrate advised Miles that he should have' come prep.;ired fully to ipr'\ve. his case.
DENTAL TREATMENT Effect On Health SYDNEY MAN ENQUIRING (United Service.) LONDON, July 26. [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923
DENTAL TREATMENT Effect On Health SYDNEY MAN ENQUIRING (United. Service.) LONDON, Jity 26. t'The proper care of the teeth will.add 10 years to a person's life,"-says Dr. T- T. Alkin, of Sydney, who arrived here by the Esperance Bay. Dr. Alkin is a leading dental surgeon. He is completing a commission of in vestigation on behalf of the New South Wales Government regarding tlie .e fect of dental treatment on health and efficiency, particularly in mental-cases. He will visit America and codify the results of his previous investigatibns there after finishing his English. en quiries.
GAY DECEIVER Romance At Sixty HE NEVER CAME BACK SYDNEY, Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923
tiAY IIECEIVER . Romance At Sixty 'IE N.EVER CAME BACK SYDNEY, Today. The matrimonial operations of a gay Lothario of 60 years are the.subject of a. More than ordinarily interesting en quiry by Detectives -?ickham- and Bar retft. ... How many times he has been mar ried in the past few.. weeks? they are unable to determine at present, but: one. venture, which concluded . on Tuesday, brought '£500 to" the pocket of this arnorousiold gentleman. He first .met the lady who ihas. been defrauded about a fortnight ago. She replied to an advertisement .in a 'Sydney news paper, which read like: this:- ., "Gentle~--ia with . means, 61, highly respectable, would like to meet companionable lady, sam,: position, : iriew _ .matrimony; genuine." The lady in the-.case,,-who-is a widow with some- means,- and is '60 years of age, replied to the advertisccnent more as a joke than for any other reason. But the demeanor of the man, when she met him, was so prepossessing that she began to think that roman...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923
S1 THE DAILY TEST PROVES GROCERIES I'4 ne as9 mmmnm ei I~m~ _ _I! il " . - · , f ·~ I i; ., JA S: ...A IB O . A. I t·" COUNTLESS BARGAINS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS i I Ope ntill Nine Tonight I ·E i S: STAR BAR iAIN SEAGRASS CHAIRS" 300 SEAGRASS CHAIRS; ,: - -- atrong and durable, a speceal star line for the Sale. Usually sold ii at 13/6. Sale Price, 8/6 . each ~I II ." . i! Bedroom Suite ! Special 2 A Star Special BEDROOM I SUITE, of 4 pieces, Ward . robe, 4 ft 6 in.. Duchess Table with 3 drawers 3 ft. C heval ashstand, g Cheval Mirror, Special Sale - - rice; £23 17/6 , Dining Room I Suite Specia1 4 o UNIQUE DINING-ROOM QUEEN ANNE,. consisting of 5-ft Sideboard, 6 x 4 Oval Table, S Dining Chairs, 1 Carver, up holstered seats.,. A real Sale Bargain at_ B-3-Piece Suite Bedstead Bargains 1'I I . , . SDRAWING-ROOM- SUITE, 3 Pieces, consist- - 10ii of (lostortable Settee. 2 Ocoasional Chairs, " ull i RD |to patl, well sprung and upholstered in good STEAD, 1 old Oak. qulity Shadow Tissues. Barga...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923
BIRTHS"MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS BIRTHS qND DEATHS,. BEREAVEMENT NOTICES, MARRIAGES, and IN MEMORIAM NOTICES, accepted at "The News" Office, and by telephone, for insertion on the.Back Page up to 12 neon daily. Such notices may also be forwarded through aiy of the nume rous "News"..Ageiclies..Notices received after 1 p.m. will be inserted with the late adver tisement; --. (In ord~r-L to guard -against imposition,; Notices of Births,- Marriages, and Deaths muse 'be autlienticated by some respectable person to ensuireo'insertion.) -.. IN .MEMORIAM SMITH. -~I- affectionate Memory of Finlay Richard, .who departed., this life on.July 24. 1921. Sadlym missed. Inserted by his wife and famtly. -.- . . . .NE.RAL NOTICES L.EWIS.-The Friends of Mrs. SARAH ANN SLEWIS (relict of Mr. John Lewis) are respectfully' informed thaa ner Funeral witl: leave the Residence of her daughter, Mrs. H. iE. Veale; Hope Town avenue, Chicago, oni FRIDAY AFTERNOON, at 4 o'clock, for the North road Cemetery. GEORGE E. ...
AIRSHIP SERVICE Dominion Co-operation Sought BI-WEEKLY TO INDIA [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923
AIRSHIP SERVICE Dominion Co-operation Sought - - BI-WEEKLY TO INDIA Will the Dominions co-operate in `the scheme for an .Imperial air ship service? This question will ,probably be discussed at the Im perial Conference. (REUTER'S.) " LONDON, Jtily 26. .Announcement of the Government's lmperial airship policy was made by Col. Sir S. Hoare in the House of Comn mnons this afternoon. He said as a result of the reports of the Imperial Defence and Imperial Shipping Com Inittees it had been decided to resu'me the development of airships and to proceed if possible by means of a com anercial service rather than State operations. The Government had accepted in principle the Burney scheme, under which a hi-weekly service of six large airships flying to India would even tually he established. The House would be enabled to con D.der the scheme when the details of the contract had been agreed upon with the Treasury. The Dominions were being informed of the decision, and it was hoped that the quest...
NEW TILBURY DOCK To Cost £5,000,000 WILL TAKE BIGGEST SHIP LONDON, July 26. [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923
NEW TILBURY lOCK To Cost £5,000,000 II T?KE BIGGEST SH. IP (REUTER.) . .LONDON. July 26. .". od scheme hans been outlined by the '(Por;t'of I ondon Authority for improying ihippipg facilities. It involves an expen .diture 'of £5,000,000. SIt will take five years to carry out the .proposals, which include the' making of an e.ntirely new dock at Tilbury to accommo date the biggest ship likely to be' built. T1he Government is lending £1,500,000 at 34 -per cent. for 30 years. There will be a new landing stage 2,000 feet long by, ,80 feet wide, to be built adjacent to the .ew railway station. . __/