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Business Man's Diary Adelaide Cement Company [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923
n .. siness Man's Diary !Adelaide Cement Company " •· .. 'Aster paying dividends in January avtid making' provision fo rtaXation the akcoi.nts of the Adelalde Cenient Com pi2.y. for the year ended 'Iay 3St last aiifo a credit at profit and loss of £41,537. This compares with a profit eqUalisation account, there is a balance of ' - £7,6O8 to carry forward. The '.9;830, and reserve for taxation at l£-125745, sundry creditors figure at £16.272. Assets total £238,384,-,and in Clude :propry and plant £158,492, of ,£31,529. for. the previous term,. The preference dividend absorbs £562. whiile the ordinary dividend at the rate of 10 per cent. and a bonus at the rate of'5 >er cent. per.annum take £8,306. After . transferring £15,000 to the de Preciation fund, making'it £$0,000, and tfahlsferring £10,000 to the dividend stocks, on ;hand £25,438, war loans at copt £21,5i8,· cash dep6sits £24,000, and stindry'; debtors £8307.. • ~ 1 ~ • ?'' : ' · ." ,,. ,:
EXPORT OF WHEAT Russia Re-enters Trade LONDON, July 24. [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923
EXPORT dF WHEAT Russia Re-enters.Trade S(IZ(UTER'SJ) ~bb'e S "' -LONDON. July 24. Moew'sa Statistical Bureau reports that this year's h?arvest will be at least three. ,lllkard poods, each of 40 lb. The available ??trpluis will be.500.000,000 oods, : of which 200,O0,O00 has been 'eariarked for export. :-Tbe harvest .in the Ukraino is .expected. to yield. 800,00X.000 poods,.,of which.100,000,C00 arc available for export. Th br. otton crop at Turkestan is esti-. rnted at ,i10,000,o000 poods.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923
H. W. HODGETTI & 8. STOCK, SHARE. AND INVESTMENT BROKERS, ACgents throughtout the Commonwealth, 'lew Zealand, and London. - 1-2 Cowra :ChambersP., * GRENFELL-STREET, ADELAIDE. Telephone, Central 822. s.. C WARD & O., SSTOCK, SHARE, AND INV.?STMINT BROKERS, 30; Grenfell street, Adelaide. ON HAND FOR SALE. WHEAT, Seecd or Feed, at iiubstantialy-r,. duced prioes. BARLEY, at lowest prices touched for soels POTATOES.-South-eastern Redskins arid tlme. Snowflakes, e-store, pand ex-sending station. OATS.-Algerian,. Feed PEAS.---Good-Fleld qUality. LUCERNE.-Choaest THnter River,- for Ispring sowing. ALMONDS.-Best Marion District sorts. 'HONEY.-Choice Arastgon District.: KFIOUR, BRAN. PPOLLARD, CHAFF, at Idwect current rates. H LES WHITING,. No. 2 Central Mission ,blidlUngs, , Fralklin.-street. ,'PhDono :627. I:19 "big .1p .-'GOLF--M CHAMPIONEHIP I .- . . "* .* . "- " " . . .- . , . • ' " , ' .. . . .. ' . . -- . S.was a-? by L GH WINSER usin. :" '* " "- -. T . DUNTLOP" Golf' ...
HOCKEY GIRLS Final Association Match [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923
HOCKEY GIRLS Final Association Match At the Adelaide Oval this afternoon the final match of the South Australian Girls' Secondary Schools' Hockey Asso ciation was played between TValford House and the Methodist Ladies' Col-~ lege. The teams were: Walford: Misses Mi. Hodge captain), J. Hone, R. Hone, N. Cowley, R. Cow lev, M. Chapman, E. Fairbrother, A. Martin. E. Mathwin, R. Hawkes, and N. Webb. M.L.C.: Misses J. McKay captain), H. Morris, D. Lander, C. Chinner, R. C. C .larkson, J. Flint, M. Gerney, V. Taylor. C. Ure, M. Saunders, and D. Haslam. Lady Bridges presented the shield to the captain of the winning team. At the conclusion the association In vited the members of the teams to tea at Arcadia. Other guests were Miss Baker (president), Miss A. Berriman (chairman), Miss Patchell, Dr.: Postle, Miss Bosch, Misses B. Baker, Beatson, Murphy, Messrs. V. Siebert, and N. Hubble, Misses M. Duncan. J. Catt. A. Salter, iM. Bennett, Wy, Alexander, N, Fletcher. and K. Laybourne-Smith. Adel...
Potato Crops and Prices [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923
" Potato Crops.. and Pices Cgnsequent upon the dfficulty .of obtain ing supplies of Victorian potatoes, marketi wates in Adelaide' are advancing. Private advleces received' from the eastern: State in dicate that offerings from the 'Gippsland grow ing2 districts are . beginning to tall off. .IL- addition," heay? , rains. ' have fallen throughout .GIppsland ." almost con; tliiously, during the last week, dd . most of the growing areas are dqioded. Farmers. whohave. dug and stacked their crops are. saf', blut' .it ia considered that the potatoes still in the ground will'be entlrely lost, as' 24 hours i'n'water.will ruin them. Owi'ng- to thebo wet weather 'and bad r6ads farmarsn have been unable to cart produiSe.to the statioa. With fine weather, however. the position will improve to some eiteiit. -At:· the same time it must be 'borne in' mind that crops in the .Ballarat district will be extremely ,light .According 'to a re libile authority the crops will probably be the'.smallest .on r...
Commonwealth Bank [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923
Commonw.ealth Bank Followlng upon the lines' of its policy in favor of- the representation of. primary pro ducers on all boards ,or: commisslons under the direct" control of the Federal Govern ment,, the Stockowners' 'Associatioa of Sodth Australia,- through. the Graziers' Federal Council, recently communicated with -tho Prime Minister (Mr. Brude) and the Federal Treasurer stating that 'if and when stich the..event of the appointment of a boardof governors to the eommnonweanJt: Bank, one nf the representatives should be a nominee of the primary producers of Australia. .A reply has been received from -the Federal Treasurer, statin gthat if and when such appointments are made,, full consideration w 1' be. given to the representation; of the Stotk owners' Associatlo'n.. .
Tea Markets [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923
T:ea Markets Latest advicos ifrom London, indicate a continuance of firm conditiqons in the tea mar ket. . Owing .to high· prices and reduded cos(s the producing comj'aples are. ab8bwing much' improved resulls for:.last .year, and this has reflected itself in advanced prices for tea,shares. One of the chief reasors for thc: reeent rise in the price of tea?,s.the big explansion in consuming markets. The. United States ik now, taking much more tea than'before the j.ar, and consump~tiobn n all,. counrtries is .?'ported to be. increasing cpnsidethbly. Within The next two or 'thr.e years Ruseia will. probibly becomde a buyer on.such a large scale asto cause a -shortage in supjlies. Restriction of output in: the form of fine plucking has been operative .in the Indidin market. for some time.
New Companies Registered [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923
.New Compa nies 'Registered New companies recently registered in South Australia :include the following: Automobile Parts &. Accessory 'Company, Limited; capital £10,000 in 10;000 shares of £I each; formed to acquire and take over asl a going concern the business of motor enginecr and impprter, manufacturer and vendor of motor cycles and motor -cars, spare parts, accessories, etc.,. now carried:on at Plri' street, Adelaide, by Karl Engel brecht .-nd Dudley.Bruce Ross. Applicants for formation of .company:-.ouis William Engelbrecht, Enid 'Engelbiecht, William Ed ward D)avis, Frederick William Cornell, and Karl E?Igelbrecht S.A. Electrical & Mauacturing Company, Lirniited: capital £15,000 in 15;000. shares of: £1 each, of which.2.500 shall h? issued asi fully paid up to Fred-rick Houlton, -of Ade laide, engineer. The..obJects of the com pany are,- to establish" and carry-fl on the bustness of manufacturers .:and 'dalers : in electrlrical apparatus and appliances. Apl1U...
Shearing Operations [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923
Shearing'Operations Satisfactory progress is being-made with shearing operations in, South Australia.. Thb secretary (Mr. E. DI H. Virgo), of- the Stddk owners' Association of South Australia, re ported at the monthly meeting; of the -coun cl- that the following sheds wero near "cut ting out." and that.in. each; case the opc-rat tiois. had. been conducted .strictly ;on award terms:-IMoolawatana, _oralana, ,Tivertn., Pine Creek, Woolgangi, Quondoisg,Balah, and The, Gums,.the latter recording the most sue cessful shearing on record. It was Etat"d that. arratgements' regarding the engagement of shearers were :veriy satisfactoy, as.the nuen were readily siglfihg their agreements- before proceeding to the stations, tus- benefiting ,both theniselves 'and. the employer-.. s showfog that the- Aistralian Workers'. Un .on is, determiend to.-observe the conditions of the award, it has amended rule 11S, whrb governs the shearing- of wet ..sheep. -The rte.lreferred to. provided that' if balt .:t...
NAVAL AND MILITARY Gen. Chauvel's Report [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923
NAVAL AND MILITARY Gen. Chauvel's Report Dealing with drill halls and parade ground in his report, Licut.-Gen. Sir dl. G. Chauvel, Inspector General of the Australian Military Forces, 2ays that no funds for the erection of drill h.lls were available during the finan clal year. Those for the maintenance of existing buildings and works were. inauthicent. •Hc hoped that the position would be remedied during 1923-24, as the postponement of necessary repairs eventually led to a considerably it creased expenditure. That the turn out of non-commis sioned officers and men of the Royall Australian Garrison Artillery was iiot as good as it might be, is the opinionI of the same officer. This, hlie considered,i was due to the system iln vogue of theI men supplying their own uniforms, and! the natural consequence of their en deavoring to make it last in order to add to their pay out of their clothing allowance. "''The cost of prosecution of traince?s is a heavy charge agailnst corps funds," decl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923
FASHIONABLE SILKS at SNEYDS PRICED FROM 6/11 YARD. SILKS & NINONS '"p' '-I· SMI? LOVILY GO01)., AR\i OFI.FEIIED I!!.t1,. ALL SALE Heavy Silk MIarocain in Ivory, Chi?pagn Grey, Saxi, Pilk, Shrimp, Nig ,r, aid 1lac-, -j in. wide. SNEYL'S SPECIAL PRICE, 9/11 yd. Soft Sill: Marorain in Cream, Fawn, Mole, BrJwn, Navy, and Black, 4(! in:. aide. SNEI:YI)S SPE CIAL PRlICE':. 1,," yd. Silk Marocain in FIawn, Faxe, Brown, Gry, Navy, and Black, 40 in. wide. SNEYI)S SPECIAL IIICE, 22/t, yd. 1'rinted Marocain In Itayal. Jade, and Sand, 49 in. w:de. ;;SNEYD'S PI'FCIAL PRICE, 15, C yd. Silk and Wool Cosaque in Fawn, Wine, Navy, ViCux IORce, Cream, Coral, Peach, Royal, Navy, and Black, 42 in. wide. S5NEYI)' SPECIAL PICE, 17/6 yd. Silkli and Wool Mascara in Grey, Nigger, Navy, and Bllack, *3 in. wide. SNEYD'S SPECLIA PRICE, 15.3 yd. ]Ilemnstitlhwd leracy Sillk inl White, Cream, Pink. Fawn, I , elio., Silver, Steel, Urown, Navy, and Black, 40 in. wide. SNEYD'S SPECIAL PRICE, 71,i yd. Le.v'kst...
WORST EVER Sumatra Enquiry Continued GALE AND HEAVY SEAS SYDNEY, Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923
WIORST EVER Sumatra Enquiry Continued GALE AND HEAVY SEAS SYDNEY, Today. The sea in which the Sumatra went down wa5 the worst he had ever seen on the Australian coast, said a wit nes at the Sumatra enquiry today. The first witness' this morning was Prederick William Mierritt, master of the Macquarie. H-e said he saw the Sumatra on June 26 at 12.20 p.m. about ,.,vni miles east of Cape Hawk. There wa P. strong westerly wind, with thick ,.in. and the Sumatra was soon lost to sigt. She was running before a ',.far. ,;ca, which threatened to break ovciw. :r. She appeared to be all right then. Later the weather became worse, anlnd a gale blew. "I ran for shelter to Cape H-awk," he sa1(l. In reply to Mr. Tombs, witness saidl he htad to run back to the northward to obtain shelter after the weather grew worse. The Sumatra would have been in such L position at the time the gale arose that she could not have found shelter south of Trial B;avy. That would be a good distance for her to steam in s...
TWO BIG MEN Waiting to Fix Him EXCUSE FOR ASSAULT [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923
TWO BIG MEN Waiting to Fix Him EXCUSE FOR ASSAULT Charged at the Glenelg IMagistrates' Court today, before Mesasrs. 'W. M. Hicks and W. iH. Jeanes, with having assaulted Cyril Crofton oin .Tuly 24. Alfred Timmens pleaded not guilty, and gave as his excuse that two big men i were "waiting to fix him." He was fined 10/ and costs, in default 14 dayS' imprisonment, and was ordered to lodge two sureties, each of £25, to keep the peace for 12 months. Crofton alleged that at about 7.30 p.m., while seated in the train at Glenelf with a friend. Timmens entered and, assuming a threatening attitude, used insulting language and asked him to come outside, where he would fix him. ('ross-examined by Mr. D. Water house, Crofton admitted that he was formerly married to Timmens' sister, but divorced her a.bout three years ago. obtaining custody of the six chil dren. He allowed his wife to have con trol of the children for a couple of: years. He admitted saying to Mrs. Sewel, sister of Timmens, that h...
TODAY'S SHIPPING COASTAL AND OVERSEAS [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923
TODAY' S SHIPPING COAST'AL AND OVERSEAS STonmorrow's Tides at Semaphore.-Low:Pwa ter, 9:40 a.m.; high water,. 3.40 p.m. ARRIVALS. *AT PORT ADELAIDE. Marella, S.,,7,1372,.Mortimer, eastern States. Burns. Philp, & Co., .Adelaide;. J. Rawlings arid Son,. Port,, agents. SMafk'ara; S., 2,515, Uptqn, eastern States. A.U.,SN.- Company, agent; Booral, S., 5.359, Thompson, Antwerp, via Haniburs;. Hull, .Lisbon, and Capetown. Commonwelth Government line,. agent. . City..of Batavia, S., 5,655, Spencer, eastern States, via Wallaroo. W. Crosley &, Co.. agent. S. . -' DEPARTURES. • FORM'PORT ADELAID?. Dimboola, S., Fremantle. Kopoola, S,. Ardrossan, Karartta, S., Port Vincent. FROM PORT PIRrI : ; :Westborough, S.,. Wiyalla.' Dllkern, S., Whyalla. IMPORTS. Mackarra, eastern States-100 tons general cargo.. Marella, Java. ports--30 tons merchandise. SBootal, Antwerp ,and Hamburg-190 tons general cargo. S EXPORTS. Nerbrudda, for Antwerp--6.44 baIgs barley. 44 bales, sheepskins. For He...
NEW POSTAL RATES Not To Operate Yet [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923
NEW POSTAL RATES Not To Operate Yet Tu regard to the alterations in the rates of postage as foreshadowed lby the Cormmonwealth Treasurer in the House of RI~epresentatives yesterday, the Deputy Postmaster-General (Mr. J. W. lKitto) stated today that, in order that the public should be under no f I?s alpprehension concerning the matter, it should bc remembered that the pro. ilposed new raltes would come into opera ticn only after Parliament had amen dted tlie existin Po't and Telegraph I~ntes Act. Until suc' action hnd been taken the present rates would apply, and any articles prepaid at a lower i rate of postage would necessarily r auire to be aurcharge-,
LONDON STOCK MARKET LONDON, July 26. [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923
LONDON STOCKV MARKET LONDON, July 25. Sales omiluag.shares .on'tho.London Stock Exdhango- to-day are ,reported- as - follow:r- Broken Hill Proprietary, 26/, . 25/;. Northn Broken H111; 8"/$), "53/9; Mount Lyell, 23/, 24/3; Stilphide. Corporation, 18/3; Zinc Corpo ration, 10/4; .Associated Gold Mines,. 1/10, 10/7; Great Boulder 2/9, 2 aL;.Metacld7sl- 123456 Great: Boulder, 2/9, 2/10, Lake View, 2/1, 2/6.
TRACK NOTES [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923
* TRACK NOTES Guiyarri d'd stead3v ork on tbe inside traick. Roisel W2r led The Crher .and. Stare . strode on ;the? tan;. Sister .Wlve did steady work. Gun room trotted On the inside track. "Myownbay strode on t ihe: ta ?errinbo-:y went igently. Sidon~i Tarquil, *W rlock, and Liberate can Itered. Irvest?gate;bowled along nicely for six f ."rl?on- on ,"the tail" Sandal . ceti - S afloc for-; two fatirongs ia th ci@der -
ON 'CHANGE Gold Issues Weaker INVESTMENTS QUIET [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923
ON . .."i' -. " G od Issues Weaker INVESTMENTS QUIET Bupiness was not very plentiful this morning. : Commonwealth Loans had fair trade in all issues except the Five Per Cents due 1923. The Five Per Cents due 1948 had light turnover at £2l0-1 sclsing77with sellers at that figure. The Five Per ,Cents due .1927 were sold at the weaker rate-of £97 7/6, and Four and a Half Per Cents dated 1925 were unchanged. *.The only trade in wheat -certificates was- "D'" crop at?,%d. .* Investments were quiet. Adelaide Electric Rights were -unchanged at 6/ and .6/1. but Bawir a shares firmed a point .to, 15/3,- . Australian : Glass (ord.) had, small. echange at 28/10%. t Copper stocks had trade' reported in Hampden at: 6/2 and. Wallaroo, at 26/3. Barriers were fairly steady, sales being of- small dimensions except, in lorths, which firmed to 56/9, closing. at; 56/3:, A telegram dated July 26 re ceived froin North Broken Hill, Limited,; reads:--"Ore. has: been .cut. In rosscut at the 1,550. ft. level,...