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HERSCHEL HENLERE Wonder Man of the Piano [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923

HERSCHEL HENLERE Wonder Man of the Piano Herschel Henlere, who .opened up a short season at the Prince of Wales' Theatre last Saturday, is. said to be the greatest living genius of his kinl in the world. From the Coliseum in London, where he headed the bill, he came to Sydney. In the capital of New South -Vales HIenlere ran with unparalleled suecess for six wekls. . At the Tivoli in Brisbane an incident happened which recalls the times oa Herschel Henlere Past genius. Whilst playing :Irish Snelod?es so great was his emotion that an Irish lady swooned off. Before his fingers the piano takes life anti sings wvith a soul - inspired, yet again it is chuckling with laughter and sparkling with wit. At times his play ing is enwrapped in a mist of tears, so. great are the enortices. ' Herschel Henlere. "A race of human beings provided with tails could be produced In 15 generations by scientific methods." raid Sir Arthur Keith. lecturing at the Royal Institutlon -""' . ,

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BANDITS IN CHINA Authorities Will Pay Ransom BRITISHER TO BE RELEASED LONDON, July 25. [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923

Authorities Will Pay Ransom BRITISHER TO.BE RELEASED (REUTER'S.) d o LONDON, July 25. It. is understood, says a message from Pektin, thatefforts are beliiStnrlde to obtain the release of Mr. -Darcy Wea therby, a British mniniig en~iiicer, who was captured by bandits while walking from Burma to Pekin. T"he authorities in the province of Yunnan have or dered the troops to effect the release. They are employing peaceful methods, which means that the provincial autho rities w-ill have t, pay ransom to the bandits. . .. - :

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
OFFENCE ON GIRL Mr. Nesbit's Appeal For Youth "DON'T BRAND HIM!" [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923

OF ENIIE ON llIL Mr. Nesbit's Appeal For Youth "DON'T BRAND HIM!" Mr. Paris Nesbit, K.C., made a strong appeal to Mr. Justice Poole in the Cri minal Court today for the release of Albert John Axford, a youuth of 18 years, who had pleaded guilty to :lav ing committed the offenuce of cannally knowing a girl of 14 years at Mintaro. Mrs. Louisa E. Axford and William H. Olds gave evidence of the previous good character of accused. Mr. Nesbit asked His Honor to take particular notice of the appearance of the parties in the case. If the accus?sd had been under 16 years that wvould have been a defence, and if he had be lieved the girl to be more than 16 years old that also would have been a de fence. Anyone looking at the two young people woud take them to be nearly the same age. Mr. Nesbit referred to the extreme youth of the offender, and said he would ask His Honor not to brand him on the threshold of his career, and per haps ruin his fuure by condemning him to herd with a class of men w...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SECOND IN 67 YEARS Gawler Society's Social GAWLER, Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923

SECOND IN 67 YEARS (iawler Society's Social *' GAWILER,- Today. Gawler Agricultural Society held a most successful smoke social in the Foresters' Hall on WVednusday, nearly 100 members attending. The Speaker of the House of Assembly (Sir PRichard Butler) and Mr. H. B3. Crosby, M.P.. attended. There would Lave been a larger attendance from the city but for the levee at Government House. The president (Mr. A. H. Riggs) mentioned that when the society was formed in 1856 a hanquet was held at the conclu sion of the show. No social gathering had been held in the 67 years since then. A tcast list included "The King," "Parliament,': "Town ar.nd Trade of Gawl!er," "Gawler Society," "Kindred Societies," "Our Patrons," "Roseworthy College," and "Donors of Trophies." Miss F. Barnet and .Messrs. P. Rice, S. P. Limb, WVooding, S. N. Beadnall, and C. Eyers entertained with music. The late secretary (Mr. M. F. Othams) was presented with a tobacco pouch in appreciation of his services as n offi cia...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SHOPLIFTING GANGS Master Mind In Sydney PRETTY WOMEN EMPLOYED SYDNEY, Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923

HOPLFTIFI!J:G GANGS Master Mind In Sydney PIRETTY WOMFEN LOYED SYDNEY, Today, There is a master mind;'dii??tifig:the shoplifting gangs. working. withr snuC1h, success at the sales in city rdtail s'to ? :re Thrbugh this master mind the shoi: are losing tot ?nadi c tOf pounds' wOtl , of goods Wee ly;" gi6 .xS1ethid, ist.: erdiiftoy prosd # ; '6tang womel3n. . iJoi are fi dtrdPt d t6 e:e'tete.:.stated? artidles from tables and-stands'an, th, stores, and later to deliver thenm to -'&" depot. . -. .: . :'' -, - They take all the ri§k, A?'gi' i , to itideirstatid that- i thdj' get~ "nt&' th ha?ids of th& i~o1tep o- rt priate de. teetivtls employed ly: trho st6e"rS their tsfefilriess is at Anen' tld. Wtlteit one oi:. fhese shoplifters id acaight li.er' fhine '.:, promptly paid, and ~he i tirahsferred 'to othse &et#ets of 6pCfrtiotns -in a-diffee ent StFStfe and replaced by another per 'the de!et6iv?' state that it fsisexceed ingly hard t dcatch the lifters, ...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SIX WEEKS FOR BIGAMY Kennedy Gets Nominal Sentence FIRST COUSIN MARRIAGE [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923

SIX WIEEKS FOR BIGAMY Kennedy Gets Nominal Sentence FIRST COUSIN MARRIAGE For -aving commnitted tigamy Regi nald Anthony Kennedy (37) was sen tenced to six weeks' imprisonment with hard labor by Mr. Justice Poole in the Criminal Court today. As the session has advanced four weeks IKennedy, who has been on bail most of the time, will remain in gaol a fortnight. The case was the one in which Ken nedy married a first cousin. That mar riage was never consummated, and after his return from the war he said he understood that his marriage was null and void, and on that understand ing he married again. A jury found him guiity and added ia strong recommendation to mercy. That verdict wasappealed against, but the Full Court last w'eek upheld it. TWnhen the accused was brought up Sfor sentence this morning Mr. L. A. Whitington said he desired to call evi dence of character. 4r. Justice Poole-I am prepared to iarssume that he is of perfectly good character apart from this offencep There is noth...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BRITISH ARMY PAY Council Considers Reduction STILL AT WAR-TIME LEVEL (UNITED SERVICE.) LONDON, July 26. [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923

BRITISH ARM PAY.. Council Cois ders Redution : :...... STILL AT WARB-ltE LEVEL (UNITED SIRjihIV :>. , :' That the Army Yoturicil is ~6tsildering a fieduction in arfmy pay,. Which re mains at the Waif-time l1v',l is the opinion . of "The Times" 1arliath niiata? . cirrespondet. t. It is nOt pioposedlto rredUceio ~ ph iy,,. of those serving at the present, .bht. - the new entrants after the..date fxe?" will be paid reduced'rates The municip~il gof~f tfrik? s will. 6., Otened shortly, da]id fr'. H. P. Beave~ ,('Own Clerk of Adelaide) this fiorning, @ definrdite date hd# Yet btei fixed,

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CHOOSING A CAREER Soldiers' Children In Training REPATRIATION SCHEME [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923

GlOOGINi A CAREER Soldiers' Children In Training REPATRIATION SCHEME Tailoring ranks first in importance as a career among the apprentices taking advantage of .the Repatriation Depart ment's educational scheme for the training of children of deceased and permanently incapacitated soldiers. Of a total of 70 children undergoing apprenticeship, 14 selected tailoring as a trade. Next in popularity is dress making, for which eight girls are re ceiving instruction. Five boys are learning to be bookbinders, and the saddlery and bootmaking trades and millinery have each claimed four ap prentices. The annual report of the Repatriation Fduication Board shows that 2A2 benefi ciaries are now in training under the scheme. The majority of these are being educated at State primary and high schools. Eligible children are liberally financed to enable them to study for callings for which they are considered suited. "It was found in practice," states the report, "that many beneficiaries on attaining t...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Good Roads and Bad IN EASTERN SUBURBS Teams in the Mud [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923

Good Roads and Bad IN EASThRN SUBURBS Teams in the Mud Some streets in the eastern suburbs are dangerous to motorists, cyclists, and pedestrians. The worst thoroughfares are those mostly used. In many places it is impossible to ride a cycle on the load and, usually recourse is had ,t Ithe footpaths with the risk of a fine. Victoria avenue, on the eastern side of Victoria Park Racecourse, is patchy at the northern end. Near the Mental Hospital there is a stretch of moreo than 100 yards of black, slimy mud, two inches deep. Greenhill road, which branches off, is not quite so bad, in so far as mud is not so filthy. It is equally dangerous, and cyclists are liable to sidelslips. Portrush road, which runs north and and slush. There are parts with quite a level surface. Those thoroughfares are not the worst. Kensington road, from the Mar ryatville Public School northward, and the Burnside road, are in a state of disrepair. Particularly is this so where they intersect. For some distance no...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LINCOLN AIR SERVICE Plane Being Repaired MELBOURNE, Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923

LINCOLN AIR SERVICE Plane Benge Repafred M:ELBOUtIt, Today. At the Albert Park aerodrome yesterday Lieut. Miller was en gaged in assembling the Cuttis ilying boat .tor the air seir vice from Adelafdd to Yorkt Penin sula and Port Lincoln. ie hoped to effect .the repaifrs to the: taiI ot the plane inna short time. 'hlie second flying boat is to leave Sydney today by steamer, and will atffive at Port Adelaide at the end of next week. A prelifrlxtahy '"tir:ey9 trp will to mnide as early as possible to map out thel exact route. One landing place will be on the east side of Yorke Peninsula, and the other at Poti-t".ADclt?. 5he engine to' iiVo fhl plane Weighs lb., ahid develdTp 150 hrfsB power. It will d.iG- tho fly fil bodf at 75 miles &tl liOtzr.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923

"~ ~ ~ - , -LI BBLI·iB~ "" ::/.2-, R O/~ : . /" e're doing owr wer t LloweiT Fma88'lIitde Pri s~e .9Wh at other Furnishers claim as "Speial" Prices, we Sare accustomed to quote as regular prices. We give you the value every day, that other traders give you at sale. times. Call and let us' convince you. IERE'S SOME THING THAT -- WILL INTER EST YOU. THREE-PIECE OAK BED S ROOD SUITE, as - s shown, with /.. 2S-ft. Duchess f Patr and 4-ft. II Robe, large mir ror in Dressing Table, and mir ror in top panel of Robe, - SPECIAL' PRICE . _£1219/6 We have NUMEROUS DESIGNS in We DL'ING-ROOM SUITES. Here's one Bought of the many, 7 pieccs, solid Oak, with These Carver and Settee, with Upholstered Right, ..s . ............ £8 19/6 , e We are pleased to be able to anonnunc ",ie1es the arrival of a new shlpment of as shown. Meakins' White English Dinnerware, In Serge and can now quote 2&-PIECE SETS and Tweed. AT ................ 37/6 In Navy. Grey, and 1 Brown. GOOD N1WS for the THRIFTY The...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Dynamiting Monster Iceberg which has been Seriously menacing Trans-Atlantic Shipping Lines [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923

I .Dynamiting Monster Iceberg which has been seriously menacing Trans-Atlantic Shipping Lines This huge mountain of ice was blow n into thousands of pieces by the members of the crew of the United States .coast guard cutter Tampa, who attached a TNT mine to the monster iceberg. Photo. by Kadell & Herbert.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AMERICA IN AMERICA Issue At Presidential Election SENATOR JOHNSON PROBABLE CANDIDATE [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923

_. ERICA IN -AMEP - . Issue At Presidential Election SENATOR JOHNSON PROBABLE CANDIDATE ' It Is rumored. fhat hia. Hiram Johnson, a ~Repuhlican. of California, w?ill be.a Presidential candidate next year. He will be the nominee of theeparty which. objects to Amef-ica's participation. in European affairs. (UNITED SERVICE.) VANCOUVER, July 26. :A repiort -fron( NewYork'- states that Sr. -Hiram Johnson, who has returned from: .uroWpe, spelaking at a 'semi-politi car: drine.r, said:-"The":United States ust5L niot eter thfWoritCourt. Many Europeans hoped;.to .!ur? -us by this rouiite lInto the Le'ague of Nations and partfcliation iiA tiiopean affairs." He said nobody in Europe cared a ra14. for the International Court, know ing -it :to. be fu'tile as a preventive of war. It is rumored that Sr. Johnson may be a Presidential candidate next year. MIARKJED POLITICAL ISSUE, Democratic leaders in "Washington early in the year regarded the attack by Sr. Johnson, Republican, of Call fornia, on P...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Mr. S. M. Bruce [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923

Mr.l :S~,M~IBr~uce. .:''i Aicoda; p- thje' <inides,.. the free d of tndon'.wibe c6nferred ,upo6i :sr; 'S. . -Bru6e -.{Prirna Miniister <of Autrl'la)i:.'6 will leaVe .for England .in. <to)r to.'fctteui thfe Itiierif t Ecan

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AN OBJECT LESSON U.S. and Canada Friendly PRESIDENT CROSSES BORDER [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923

'U.S, and I'iada Friendly PRSIDEN :IOSSE iBODER .n 9 he occaSotrr. the' first visit ,of ;a graet, e Cciaaa ,Mr, :iarding str~ed :tbhe point that the?r unproaecte4 b...?ndaary 'between :th .twd' "o'tdhtlti F :|' &s?-.aft." obhjft :les , - AOUV--., ,:-. ..ERo July : 25s. Sadi4i 5 a. bueie dtirond President Hardin dut rtring ??.frat~ 1sit any Pre IsidentI-%-e. :to nada : "The ancjent-1bugaOOO po tb Litedl Stzats schemlyngto aro s-i 3an. da disappeared frorm olr'~nind.:?i ?-s ago; 14t us tra .veL< ir l1.e road youq helping us, we helpn :yo- "It on1ly.the Euroir ei~.puntrfes would heed.tie telsson, .co.ntve,:d hby Canada and tho. ,United,; tate8, ,l.cY. would strike-at throt of Ltheik odrti disagree rents, and din-thlr-iowir pros0erity for get to inveigh aski st oqrs," He deelaired- .tlhat -the .undefended boundary vwas an of3eet' lesson of jieace. {e,.haad '-iben infomred that twb and a half: illibo i.dolla~rhad been invested ty armrisi citizen . in-,Ctibeada since th...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LABOR COUNCIL SECRETARY Mr. Howard Again Elected [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923

l-. LABOR COUNCiL tECRETARY •Mr. howai-:rdAgain Elected For the fourth doflsecutive term Mr. T..a 4 -,% been elected as see retao:Of.the .South Australian I Trades anrd 'I~abor 'ouncil. -... Fepr men. have had a wider experi ence ..in-?;he.. indist?aia . an4 . political movement than --Mr. Howard, who has filled every :'important office- on ..the Trades?.n1 Labor Council, including that cf-.pr~sident~. and..has been twice selected by-the Labor Party to contest · · 1 · .. ? : S r Mary T. P Howaoid, Secretary Trades and Labor Council. a seat in the Hnuse of Assembly. He represernted SoUth A?istrala on the In dustrial Commisaion,.was an Atd.ocate in the basicowage:enqulr? ,and a dele gate on the Federal Government's Ship building Conferenrce. Earlier :in his career Mr. Howard acted as .secretary to the Painters' Union and .hop Ass.stajht and Ware house Federation. He holds a similar

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
COTTON INDUSTRY Mackinnon To Investigate TOUR OF TEXAS IN OCTOBER [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923

TOUR OP TEXAS IN OCTOBER With the 'abj {>,of investigating the cottqn;: i-duBt.yMri.: D. Mackin non- (AB~itratia)'. i'stod ni~ake an ex tensive :toUr --off;--tartous AmeriCan cent·ew~s ' h foret o tIe- destruc "itIn?.btTi -par '111i also (UNITED-SERVICE.) .NEW YORK, July 25. Mr. Donald Mackhrinon, the Austra lfan -represeztativ - in :Washington, wil .ia% ei . an .exhse i ,e tour, of' :Texas an'd-' hr ?hr tates,.%.ebribnfig' Uarty in October, to. investigatae the: .cotton: in dustry, particularly the labor pro blem and picking and' the machinery used. Mr... .ackinnon-.wiil .theih go' to: San Antonio ..where he -will- e??.the experi ments being:- 'carried'-- out -to. discover the t'io stitblu'l - cUlture for destroy ing. the . pric1ly pear, He will: also. visit :Sew Orleans and inspect" the --manufaicture. of boards from a :by-product of.-sugareane,.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SUPPLY OF FOOD Distribution Inadequate (PUBLISHED IN "THE TIMES") LONDON, July 25. [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923

SUPPLY OF FOOD Distribution Inadequate (PUBLISHED IN "THE TI'MS.") LONDON, July 25. There is growing anxiety in the Ruhr over the. food situation, accordiulg to the Essen' corhespondent of "The Times." Frontier stations are blocked with wagbih loads of foodstuffs. The French are refusrig :to'distibute it, 4nd the railway authoritits Fae de*-an*4ing payment of the freightage, vwhih the Germans refuse. , . The system of distribution by motor vehicles is utterly inadeqiuate, and adds to the cost of the .fxodstuffs. There is. a shortage of currency, due to French- seizures., and the Essen branch of the Reichsba"k' is still closed, j The -Frech have : nof. -supceeeded-- :n breaking .%open thvi:fulls: *.. The-:chief cashier' has;been sBetenied'ct: ' Binester ,tQ " impisnt ment' V< sfiri ed 41'^6bo so nmarks. HIe' admitted' hiaving giv-en the French a special key; which: et dn. mo tion 'the mechaninm -of' t - Itý .- '.: . SAn: expert from'.Pnris r6uceeded.-;in breaking jito the ...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Feats of Modern Surgery EXPRESS SPEEDS ON Surgeon Operates SYDNEY MAN'S EXPERIENCE [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923

EXPRESS SPEllS Oti~ Surgeon Operates -' : SYDNEY MAN'S EXPERIENCE: . (REUrTER.) LONDON, July 26, 12.50 p.m. A reserved compartment on the. 9.30 a.m. boat express train, travelling at full speed from Paddington to Wey mouth, was the scene yesterday of a successful operation by Sir Heirbert Barker, the famous manipulative sur geon, on a displaced thee of Mr. Arthur Graham Copeland, of Sydney. who had been thus aflicted for over four year. Mr. Copeland was unable to obtain an appointment at Sir Herbert Bar ker's house, and he had to leave for Canada on Friday. r Sir Herbert agreed to perform -the u-.• _.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MELBOURNE DOCTOR'S FEAT Operates On High Seas (UNITED SERVICE.) LONDON, July 26. [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923

EiWU8NE DOCIOR'S FEAT Operates On High Seas * (UTNI''ED SERVIOE.) iLON'DON, July 26. Dr. engoult Smith, of Melbourne, who arrived by.the Esperance Bay, suc cessfully performed an abdominal ope ration on a sailo "on the :'ay, anid also kept a- live -a baby, 2 lb. in weight, pemturely "born abdard Dr. Smith s is i;estigting the latest cancer treatment and insulin treat ment for. diabetes. lie -.will -visit Scot land. - -. S Such of the cable news on this Spage as.is so- headed appeared in 'The Times," and is cabled to "The News" by special permis sion. It should be understood that the opnlons given are not is-... e sc( s The Tito?o .. unle.s. expressllynstated to hbessa.. - 4-.·,- i 'I

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