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INTERNATIONAL COUNTER=FEITERS. [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923

INTERNATIONiAL COUNTERJ FEITERS. With the international counterfeiting systim: wreebkidt b·y beeret - hrvi~t·tc aghnts who laid its workings bare, and .with .OIT to 600 persons connected with the rina itt a do-len cm iltics undie" arresit, FedIeral legal authorities prepaied for a Court fight to convict the ouintirfeitere. The dragnet of the .s?er,·.L,s·e-ie taF. exterided to ifost of the iAge' c:i'es, hthet United Stsat to catcli hulndreds of "pas sers" o1 counteirfeit lmoney, iimplilated by clue9 tafiu?4'd in faids. Joseps A. Palma, chief of the special sect?et sert-vice squad, woich -for eight month6 s tracked tlhe makris and ifitribur tors of sunprious money, said fifteen perl sons had been arrested in I ngla:ir, Firance. Eg-lpt, Germany, Cuba; Aust.ria, and the Bahamas as a reiult of informa tion furnished by the American secret scr Vice (says "Thie iBoston TI'l;anscript"). Several inurders are believed .to lhave~e sultedl from pasfige, of: bo~us: mnney -and from double-crossnr...

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

RUSSIA EXPORTING WHEX\T While a flood of Amermcan money con tinues to .pour into Russia for relief work, •the uso~ans are actually exporting ejreals, and, strange to relate, are ~ uing the grain for propaganda purposes in the Huhr. It is learned on the very best au thority that ships art lIaving Odessa loaded with grain for Hamburg, where Soviet representatives take charge of it, arid,1;'56 :'fat"a;r Tailway Taeilit-ies pirmit,l distribute i~ free to the more radical RedIs among the German workmen in tlihe Ruhr. Of course the amhount of cereals so did; p~osed of is very small when compared with the resources of Russia, but this Is bnly'a beginning, in the opinion of those in a position- to' know (states Sydney T'hatchier in a special cable :o "The Boston Tiantscriipt"'). In fact,. the Russiang re cently have exported only 140 tons of cereals, but they have i5,000 t\ns at, ports ready for exoort, and most o' it is des tined for Hamburg. It is obvious the Soviet'Y idea in the distribu...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GERMANY TODAY Poverty Causes Immorality MIXED UNIONS PROBLEM SYDNEY, Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923

Poverty Ca ses Immorality MIXED UNIONS PROBL S810NI· 1'o-Pday. A taxi. all. day for 3/, j. high-class flat for 7/ a -week, -and, a champagne and pcultry dinner for the same price. This is nOrt iJtCadia, bliti t4flIi?iy as Mr. Schneide?', a Mdbotthuti . bisiftess itan. found it. 'ti has fettxi'ea from a 12 months' ttip ·t6brodd He Stid tl-at in addition he tr?veiIed by tatiin from one end of Germany to the other for I/. P.utter was 25,000 marks a pound and milk the same price a clnart When he kft: Mr. Sdhneide aftated that the IS> te'e -efe ifVadiig the 4ttiari. 12?i versities and rotilgW in thtfoIiaifd9 aid Setting the ttene1ft of chimP edntdAntfh At the same time they werd miiug with the Germafn -Otiiwho, be tie of circumstances, v8ire only too Wtliftig ti form, alliances. Immorality was do preraklirf patti c1larly in Berlin. thAt iltI'dfe genett tions would suffer. Mixed unions with tJdtanese were introducing a new ele irent, and it was a problem whichl would in tibfe bOefatl t...

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

Corner For Diggers By '?,B3ER." This column is available for items of interest concerning re .turned men.. Cfrepofideints' are asked to be brief alnd to the p1i nPt Send communications to "Cobber," c/o "The News,"' Nor6th terraci, Adelaiae Returned men will regret to know tht Mr, W." . Midrisch, f-ciretary of the State branich Of the I.S.L. since 1March, -:1992 has been. Comrpelled to tender 'his fesig~hation to the board. Overwork and ill-health are respronsible, arid, actinR.-nnder medical orders, Mr, MLierisch is taking a much-needed rest, Pending aipjointmerit :cf a new sucre tary, Mqr. p. A~e ssertger is at~fng in this capacity. V 0.e .Mr. C. P. Butler, D.S.O., the p ?ul:r president of the~R\S.L. in this State, is not likely to consent- to re e ecti'on if he or others can persuade someone el:e to fll the post. 'he positooi s x no sinecure, but one t-hat dem'nids an enor mcious amndunt of work anrd persontl :acrifice. How ungrudgingf? this hai been t'elldeted by 1r. ButTert is w...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ISSUE OF MOTOR LICENCES Limbless Drivers Dangerous [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923

ISSUE OF MOTOR LICENCES Limbless Drivers Dangerous -.4- Although members of the St. Peters Council thought something should be done to pre'vent the issue of motor licenses to persons who may not be able to exercise 'complete control, they did not express a: definite decision. Ald. Twelftree: moved, that the Regis trar of Motor Vehicles be asked to use more care -in the' issue of licenses. The motion was not seconded. Or. Crowley said it led nowhere.; He mqved .that licenses be not Issued to any person minu an arm or a leg. .This motion also lapsed for want of a secoinder. .: :. . | -Ald. Sutton-said one.motion did not go far enough, and .the other:went too far. He moved that the registrar be asked: to order a test of the:?-bility of applicants for licenses. Aild. Ford seconded. A phase they had not considered was that in some cases a man with one arm could drive where a :man With two could not. Ald. Twelftree opposed, the-motion. There were.,ma'ny, people minus limbs driving horses,...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MALTESE FARMERS FOR AUSTRALIA (UNITED SERVICE.) LONDON, July 25. [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923

MALTESE FARMIERS FOR AUSTRALIA (UNITD SERVT?E,.) LONDON. Jul~y 2~5. A message in the "Timesa" atates that 60 Mialtese, mostly farmers, have Railed for Australia.

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

Aftr; several. months of inactivity shipRing ~alng the River Muirray is agaii. :beginning. 'o :move. Boats are now .being mained, and, within the next 'week or two the cargo carrying trade should be.in full.swing. Mr. C. Hayter (secretary of the Mer cleant Service Guild, who returned from Morgan last night, stated that the mas ters and engineers there had accep;ed the coinditions laid down by Sir John Quick (Deputy President of the Fede ral Arbitration Court), and were now' manning the boats. The Gem will be the first boat to proceed'.upstream from Morgan. It will leave: to-morrcmw, taking the -first of the season tourists. .Mi. Hayter w.ill go to Mannum on SMonday to address the masters and engineers there in regard-to the award. -ie anticipate that the cargo boats will be immediiately manned:, i?itherto only three goods trains a week have left ~Adelaide for- Morgan, but now, with the ruslh of freights-a daily service is being maintained. , L

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
QUICKER COAL DISCHARGE OSBORNE TENDER CALLED Importers Are Divided [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923

U. ICIER cOAsL DS ?·~~~;· OSBORNE TENDER CA~LLED Imprtes Ae Divided· All coal for theametropolitan area is. to be handled by electrically-operated gantries at Osborne, and the fiirst rnlove in this direction is the calling of ten diers for a unit of four seven-ton tra V?lling electric coal-handling Crantes of the gr~ab type. " This unit will be capable of discharging coal front one steamer at a time. Two more are tol be added later. The site is opposite the new power station of the Adelaide Electric Supply Company fronting. the Poit River. ~,ehe the electric supply statiol at Osbornhe is Working the furnaces will consume 50,000 tons of coal . year. Other largt users are the railways, 150,000 tois; Ga? Company, 60,000 tons; ahd Tram Trust, 30,000 tons; and the coal for all will be handled by the gan tries. 'the Gas Company has secured land at Osborne adjacent to the wharf, and When the gas works are built there the cofli will probably be taken direct frrnt the 0ollier'd side by belt ...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Bank Manager Transferred MOUNT GAMBIER, Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923

Bank Manager Transferred MOUNT GAMBIER, Today, Mr. A. 3. Thomas, who for the past 14 Years has been manager of the Banic of New South Walea at Mount Gam bier, was tendered a public farewell last night prior to hris doparture for Mans field, Victoria. The remarks of the Mayor (Mr. C. L. Spehr), in proposing .the health of the guest, were supported by Messrs. G. R. Ald'idge (Mount Gambler Hunt Club), C. N. MacKenzie (Golf Club), S. I-H. fMcMilan (Mount Gambier Club), F. H. Daniel (Bowling Club), Tr. H. Kennedy (Racing Club), A. B. Cowle (fellow bank managers), C. T. Major (custo mers of the bank), W. J. McB. Cameron (townspeople), J. H. Sheppard (Agri cultural Society) C. W. Pinnell (Church of England). J. U. Innes, E. Badenock, and J, H. Stockdale. Mr. Thomas was presented with a wallet of notes and a tantalus from the townspeople and a silver .clock frozt the bowling club.

Publication Title: News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923

ALFRED IC ATT, SON & CO: (Alfred C Catt hares S. catt, Charles R. Sutton.) I? ? :! ':: ? i"~~~~ ~~~~~:.?? " .-7-: : >.· ::: j:ij .:,:.j ::::·ij..j.-::,i:j~·i ::7 ::?:::::>::':.!::i~i : ? -:".!..?::l } i :i ...!? An Attractive Moderately Priced Home. AT ROYSTON PARK --Exceptionally flood Value. Th ELIGHTI¶L Modern Bungalow, built Af brick and roughcAst, contain ing 5 good rooms, and the up-to-ldate conveniences include bath room with Doulton bath and heat ?l, pAlltry, reillr, e0pper, atid troutgih9 gas stove, E.L., and power. Rainwater to sink and bath, &c. The garden is nicely laid out, and the price of this splendid Home ' is only £1,550. Worth im~ediate inspection. (No. 134.) -? PETERS :' ST. PETERS. WEST CROYDON. In a very flne position, 1 eiutte Second. Avenue. ro railway station, faithfully-built Su.,bstantial Homely italidenCe of 6 Stone-and-Brl'k Villa of G large rooms and vestibule. Every conceiv- rooms. The conveniences include able Convenience is fitt...

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SMALLPOX EPIDEMIC Hospitals Less Crowded (UNITED SERVICE.) LONDON, July 26. [Newspaper Article] — News — 27 July 1923

SMALLPOX EPIDEMiC Hospitals Less Crowded (UNITED SERVICE.) LONDON, July 26 Latest reports are that the epidemie of simalpox in Gloucester is lessening. There are -171 cases in hospital, compared with 254 a fortnight ago. Four new casea have been reported at East Kirby, Nottin? Shamrhire.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LEAGUE MATCHES RESULTS OF THE GAMES. [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

LEAGUE MATCHES RESULTS OF THE GAMES. -4t-- NTORWOOD, 7.7. WVEST ADELA.IDE., 7.6. PORT ADELA?DE, 7.20. SOUTH ADELAIDE, 6.10.

Publication Title: News
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Norwood Beat West Adelaide [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

Norwood Beat West Adelaide WEST ........... 2--0. NORWOOD .. .. 1-2. rNorwood wvere all out in the first quarter, and they jumped right into the fray when the second term opened. They had all they could do to :eep with their opponents. M lcGregor marked well in the back lines, against two oplonetns, but his foot went in the tussle and he had to be helped off the ground. It wasbad luck for West. With 17 men they defended in good style. A westerner dashed with Lee into the scrimmage. The tall redleg was knocked out for some time. Manuel dashed through the crowd and snapped a nice six-pointer. West wcer now leading by more than two goals. Manuel booted in again from the wing, but Clapson touched the ball as it as it went between the sticks. West were making the pace a cracker. In magnificent fashion they headed forward again. Once more Manuel marked in front, and the visi tors' foirth gcal was hoisted. A goal from Close livened the Nor wood brigade. They were up against a stiff proposi...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

Our Harvest Festvl of Good Things To Eat SEE OUR WIND DOW DISPLAYS OF PURE FOODS-ECON OMICALLY PRICED. II~mmml mm,,mmn . . .. ? ..... . . a "B Prime Mutton. Prime Beef. o ROsTr, 7D. LBu. Posns, Pga La. f a° " i ESn, D. LB. LBOS,( QD. BB. 7LOnS ?"DES 1B.. b LB. CHOICE FARRM-FED FO1- D. LB. SAN CHOPS, ,9O.. I. D, LBD.' 6 "D.LB. 6D. LB. (D. LB. 1 D.L? T LOIN, 1 / LB. LES, 10D LB. HIGH-GRADE SAUCSEIS. - LEGS,9 1IID. LB. ,LB. FOR 1 / WIN-, .D. L.. . ..B.. PIcLED, ' 1 LB. YOU CAN BUY WITH VOUR EYES GLOSED AT THIS PRI CE. EBB1PCSK POLONY, ARADIA SKIN POR1K BACON, FRiTZ, BEEP, BRAWN, BRAWN, SAUSAGES, RL.ASHEgES, 11D. g. pa. ga g.,/ 11D 8- , . 8D 8D" 1/1 " THE ERE BOAYIE)TS, / DO. PORK TRA.EIURTS, 1 /4 LB. I ~ BIST IN TOYWN. ONLY. STIRRING ECONOMIES FOR GOOD HOUSEWIVES. iit Produ eD 5 b, Fishand Poultry. Bruce's Special Tea, 2/5 lb., halU a pound given away with English Fillet, 1/ and 1/2. ery 1 lb. pur~chabed. " atter Fish, 2/ lb. Queensland Pines, 1/ tin. Sardine, 3d. Tin. Preserved Peache...

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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MOONEE VALLEY HAOMA WINS EASILY MELBOURNE, Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

MOONEE VALLEY HAOMA , WINS EASILY MELBOURNE, Today. SThe Moonee Valley Club held a meet nig today. Racing began with the Gel librand Hurdle iRace, of two miles. The start was deJayed by the r:ider of Niepe (S. ' Reid) bringing his mount back to the weighing enclosure. Reid consi dered that Niepe was not in a safe con dition to race. Under the direction of the stiperidiary stewards he cantered Niepe twice in front of the stand. The horse was examined by Mlr. E. F. J. Bordeaux, and the stewards decided to permit his withdrawal from the race. Backers of Niepe do not lose, as he was officially declared not in the hands of the starter. LoJa was the early favorite, and the WVestern District mare Daunton ulti mately headed the quotations, going out in firm demand at 3 to 1. Loja, who had gone to 5's, afterwards shortened to 4 to 1. Dauriton, after vainly endea vorirg to overhaul the pacemaker, Shel drake, missed .a place. Sheldrake won handsomely. Hoppicker was the favorite for the Derrimu...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

O'THEATRE MOISEIT SCI ix P7.alsT Re S-. Y L\|I Recitals OLYMPIA oyal PC I Saturday's Big Attractions __ SJii n '-i~dl iuiuiuillilliiIiIiii111iIIuiilulI i il f111lInillaIhil 7 flIU 1 iflu_ l_ _ _ll_1 llm lia_ _iii_ _lm!i r Ai llufin hihlilllIIII n l F -ltIlltlillliu _ I1n I rIl l I l l a A1iHifiihiihiijiihigiIihiiuIPu 3 - Lesee - - Lessees, Harry Rickards Direction M. Finkelstein - TWICE DAILY.. AT 2.30 ABOVE ALL FOR S -Leseas, . Musica= To li = Today at 11 ta The Theo i ofv, . V rieti. " = __-_ ",.J. zom.ley and Star, NorwooTh ,o Bert Bailoy nd iu. u ion of the Year Direction Dix & Bakert, Tonight, 8 THE VERDI oT OF aily t 2.30 'nd S. l rectio- , oodwood .n, . stu . Gat.. 5 . . To n h 8 ALL- D. W. GRIFFITH M. FINKELSTEIN. - ho , N. 1985. E. . iht at ER HONOR WAS S- - O N.- 'A PURPLE ROMANr Tuesd a Wednesda . . , 140 ' , T. J. gt an --D--- a- RIE"D ON THE OO'E ADSELE. FOR OF ANOT.AER D g R res? ..Polrt 26. " T BLANHES g? OF- U' at srDceto prer s ent ALTA I - A.R OF A SAEasy t...

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NEXT WEEK'S PARLIAMENT [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

IEXT WEEfS PARLIA ENf T Parliament, will: begin business. .in iarnest on Tuesday. . In both 'Chambers the first work* o7 Ministers will be' to answer.. Questions. In the House of Assembly there :ai~-. .28 on the notice paper.. . . --, Mr. Price will seek iniformation abotý-t; the electrification of the Port ,railwVfi: line. He also ;,ants to know what t?H 'Government intends 'to do .bout .-the provision of 'a b'ridg -'to, cope with' traffic fromi McLaren--Wharf to-Birken h?a!. M. r. Prici? will ipsk how many, ncw position~j have .hrein, created by, the Chief Coinmisis'oner. .f Railways. ;, , Mr. Mclnnes vill -enquire- regardiing the proposed extension of the tramway,. service from Keswick to I ichmond.of CG:tnl\y ^;rdens: . Mr. Ilarvcy is interestcd In' the utilisation of the brown. c'tl : eposits of the State, and in ti: prcvision Bo?6 tea':her' tor country r.ih< ols nbp" clow:ed. SThere are.. everal queries rr':'ting ;.to r, te!- constlrction, .coun'ry railway wi.:lk. a...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PNEUMONIC INFLUENZA New Method Of Treatment DR. LAVER RETICENT [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

PNEUMONIC INFLUEN~ZAI 1; New Method Of Treatment~ DR. LAVERBR-ETICENT " Commonsense. allie with medical sciehce, has evolved-a new cure,. wlilch:: it "is believed will .-enable' doctdors to cope with Pneumonic influenza i suClit a :way that .fatal cases durlinhg .any: future epidemics will be fey'. I:lt h?s. alirady been tried in New vZealand, News Sduth Wales; and :Western .AustiJall with success, but, Dr.i C. 'Wil'Latf,;i. Western Australia, who ,iS generally recognised as being onrie of.: the die ,overers, was disinclfined to discuss 'the, medical Side of thie' 'subject ,today.. S"There is such a cur~i," he said, "bit you- can quite: understand IFami.uiot I.In a position to go intot details conceining it.:'" There are .evirnl ,thlngs; that enter.. into Its composi ii.:,:?,-.kl ill tell yno. that the .maii".6h-is'a-slicilte of siodal' :"After a:1i, jvi?en you c6r~e.to- thiit of it. the. bpdilicas tn o' f or-dlnary com monsn?e, ;iviill often a~dcomrplish "won ders. And It .wa:i.by ...

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STATE INDUSTRIES Growth Alarms Firms British Committee's Report (PUBLISHED IN "THE TIMES.") LONDON, July 27. [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

STATE IU~STRIE Growth ares Firs ., ._., BritiSh Committee's Report ! (PUI3LISHIED IN'" 'TITE TIIMES:)'?. , LONDON, JuMy! 22t. The :increasing tendency of Goernnfentci to indulge in State.-ownedl commercial and industrial enterprises, wasn m'nade by the: Fedexation of British- Industries,tin -ei. interim report to the Governmout onnl :m1h ter-Imperial trade. The report says the resentment of piri'ate firis is justifieid, an4 recommends that the iovernmenit8 should be liab'l?e' to. taxation by- cointries w?thin the Empire, where a Governm?aet hias ~property o mankes, tirade, profits.. SpDecific .refereiice is made to State owned ships. Regret is exrpressed th~it .Aistralia, Africa, and India are not,':'o< oparated in regard to a complete schedme for tile tecipcoal .efifrc~ejent of judg: ments and arbntration ~ wards. - It uirges that -private enterprise should control air servhes; and rpcomends.that the:Economic Conference shouild b& urged to agree to the duty-free ...

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AIR DEFENCE Navy Wants Own Planes UNIFIED FORCE APPROVED (PUBLISHED IN "THE TIMES.") LONDON, July 27. [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

AIR DEFENCE; Navy Wants Own Planes '• .' :... ? - . UNIFIED FORCE APPROVED ( P'tBLISfED IN "THE, TIMES.") LONDON, July 27, While .the .Admiialty, as hithcrto, feels Strongly the need of a sepairate air force for the navy, it is an exaggera tion to :sa~ .that .the member, will threaten to resign, says the Parlidmen tary correspondent6df' "The Times." The special commitee's repdrt advis ing a unifled force. has been approved by..the Imper?al, Defence Committee, and will be considered by Cabinet: on Monday. " " . The3e. is_ little- doubt tlat the House of Ctnrnons will nidorse .whatever deci sion Cabinet- make.?. . SMenmbers of th.ionRe aue careonvinced tbat the ,dmiralty Avill loyally do the best .work ..ossible with any scheme firially, decided. upon.': " '"?hb of the cable news on this .rie a ? ' is so headed appeared in .'?Th Tv, es, and is cabled to , "'The 'News" by.: special permis sion It? should be understood thati' th?i opinions given are not , th~i-: of T'?he . Times" unless...

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