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GOVERNMENT DESPISED Debacle Expected (PUBLISHED IN "THE TIMES.") LONDON, July 27. [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

GOVERNMENT DESPISED - Debacle Expected (PUBLISHSD IN "THE TIMES:") LOND(ON, July 27. According to the special Cologne cor respondent of: The Times" the rsing temper of the population in the Ruhr is causing considerable . anxiety. A striking sign of the spirit.of- re sistance is furnished at Essen. The town was literally coveoed with anti French .posters of an outrageous natore. Despite -the extreme Nationalist cfharacter of the people nobody fo0r? daown the sheets., or informed the authorities. lAte in .the..afternoon, however, the now famous tar commando appeared with a squad of troops and a tar bucketj and obliterated the posters. Ncver theless there is a real danger' that these pictorial exhortations of the lower eleiments have bitten, deep. The gravest' discontent over Berlitn~s halndling of the mark at the price of {. FrceifcEbr V 5~b~t- · Pro"·den F1f texiia~ a tee Vaos ax'd dre & he dysige4 •Gvernment. The '.splrit - of the piojt kHtton is mrnore- ia geroti. than' eve...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
DOMINION TRADE Conference Success Opposed QUESTION OF PREFERENCE (UNITED SERVICE). LONDON, July 27. [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

Conferene: Suco Opposed : QUESTION OF PREFERENCE (UNITED SERVICE). .. O , NDON, JTuly: 27.;. IIn a cable to Lord --Long, President of the Empire-DeveloDment Union, Mr. S. M. Brucde (Primne Minister of Austra lia) says. the 'information from the newsD?apers indicates that various inte rests are organising to prevent the suc cess of the Economic Conference, and that. if is obviousl going to be a diffi cult:. task .to .secur? ?ii adidtion or ex tension of. preferince for Dominion goodd. '.:'-'~~i~.eti'~'stiort is boldly faced," M.r..~ .rueiid: ?.? 2'._ sound:. Imperial economic ncak wi4~llbe. inipossible. Ii shall: ersonaly do -what I can to fairly lade "before the British people the im portant aspects og Iniperial preference, which, .to,;~rjiy. ILp determine the Em pire's destiny.~'.. (.R"." EUT.ER.) SIdr'd. LtAng 'comrnimenting on this cable, ;ags'cti-''Thb, whol@it. bf the Empire will agree. witih Mr. 'BrPiie as regards the criti'ctl' importance of the Imperial Con ference.: - It :i...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
"MOST SERIOUS" LONDON, July 27. [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

*: "MOST SERIOUS" - (REUTEP'S.) LONDON. July 7. ' "Big queues are dailyY forming out sid " th rovision stores in - Berl waiting~.to bir ?-bi,.r? y?.?t-atoei. and other f.oois:UffI wh ~are particu larly- scre- ?wipg: t'o the impossibility of deiaer', biuin3ogigods cr1Jrn abroad in view of -hbeqlapse of the zuark; AutL?.ori'ies ,regard the - situation as bring: mos .-:senoau;. A special mineetig of the tobwn coun* cilts idd d.dired that"unlesj thei Govern merit ~iterz.epes 'a storm ? ,-ill break out. The coyncjl decided to send a deputation to the Chan'cell~,r, Dr. Cuno. demandrngm remedial minasdres.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AIRSHIP SERVICE BURNEY SCHEME ADOPTED Details Not Yet Completed (PUBLISHED IN "THE TIMES.") LONDON, July 27. [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

BURNEY ::SCHEME ADOPTED '~ ......... -..;. -. :. ,I ple Details Not Yet Completed : (PUBLISHEID IN ".:'HEl TI1MS.") .,, LONDON, Jiuly 27. Col. Sir SnuelIIoare's. st'atement, says the Parliamentary ?orrespondent of '"The Tihme ,-' .referring'to the proposal of the Go6vernment to establish a bi-weekly ser vice of sik airships to India; makes it clear that the Government has -only:agreed to the principle" of the BurneTr scheme, but the details will be worl~ked out with out- delay Cabinet :has -l1ready decided what sub sidy.' hsll'P fe 'payable, a~idl has ? fixed; the period rif years dn6 the understandinig that thie:imoniey. will be: repayable from profits aftr: the subsidy -period- ends. There will be a ·firth?~& period in which it is - intended; that pay?hent shiill ,be made for resui?-i s imilar to ;othe -presentl scheme- of- payment -,for:. the carriage- of niiils- by seai-. ,,' - -- -- th -cr, g ' - ' Th chui:x;t feels lithat the most valiiable, fi?afai.re is' the'. carria...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FALL OF EARTH Four Miners Killed ACCIDENT IN WALES (PUBLISHED IN "THE TIMES.") LONDON, July 27. [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

FALL- OFARTH Four Miners Killed --ACCIDENT IN WALES .. (PUBLISHED IN "THE TIMES.") •. LONDON. July 27. 'Four miners were killed and two seribusly injured by a fall of earth at the Glyn Mine, at Neath, Glamorgan shiire;. Wvales. . .....

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WAITING FOR COUP Separatists Organising RHINELAND MEETING CALLED (PUBLISHED IN "THE TIMES.") LONDON, July 27. [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

• - .i • L" . . . . - , ' . - .I . .? , ::Separatsaist Orga~iising, RHINELAND MEETINGC: CALLED . LONDON,; July 2.7. An important .separatist : movement will: b'e held op Sunday,: when- Herr Tosel $mects .will. be requested .to re sign, owing to the. poor results of his four years'-.!mole- burrowing," as the thniieandersr dearibe his activitlesi sa.? the? special-coireaspondent of'"'The Times-' .at Cologne. ..meets' party ..ha~ formed a com nm!ttee of action, whph has decided to attend the cqnference. at' Cbblenz pre sided over ..by- Dr.Dorten.: The separatists propose t-o repeat Dr. Dorten's .oup of June. 1919, when the opoortunJty offers, They b;elieve they vill. come. - If cxivil -disorderas oc'ur ,thqy. will apnea~l to- the-:Frefeb for protection,,s 'the: bo?iy:"ee al?le o 'i0pde.rve Ivw and ordel ,i w ..Rhere th 1n - public,"an alsrt actingias a barrier a g.'ainst B.6lshe?evsm r1selveef.i'-tCarmnriy. • I " 'At p'rp''en tt 'tthie ihasls of ,the Rhi!ne landera :are hostile -tos?se...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
DRUNK IN MOTOR Lady Hamilton In Court VIVACIOUS AND PETITE (UNITED SERVICE) LONDON, July 27. [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

Lady Hamilton in Court VIVACIOUS AND PETITE (UNITED sEFRVIcE.) LONDON, July 27. "Up here again," .said Lady Dianna Hamilton, aged 26 years,. vivacious, petite, and laughing when the officer directed her to the dock at the Marl borough street Court. .She was charged with having been drunk. A po!ice officer stated that a motor car collided with a lamp standard in the middle of Regent street at. mid night on Wednesday. He found Lady Dianna Hamilton beside .the driver drunk, incapably drunk." ' The Magistrate asked if .ILdy Dianna wished the case to be settled forthwith or adjourned to enable her to instruct a solicitor. She replied, "I should` like that, if I may." The day having been fixed for the hearing,. Lady Dianna thahked him' pleasantly, and with a friendly nod made way for her 'companion, Louis Contamnin, who was charged with hayv ing-been drunk' while in charge of a motor car. i Contamin told the police he had to ch'oose between hitting a taxicab or- a lamp .pest.; As a sports...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
"THE MAIL" TWO EDITIONS TONIGHT [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

"THE MAIL" * -. --- TWO EDITIONS TONIGHT Two editions of "The Mail" will bel issued tonight. In the earlier edition will,.be included as usual final results of Adelaide raceb and football matches, and progress re porits of sporting' events in .other States. The- Midnight eldition will c ver all sporting results and* details..up, to the lose of the day, and .willdeal with the )aterst available agne 1 gjis of the day in. South Australia anid abroad. SThere will -be in both editibns a series of 'sPecial; news articles'?With topical Illustrationis. azi4 0kiq Ll tomary fea ture 'a'ges. .

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
COLOGNE BUSINESSES CLOSE LONDON, July 27. [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

COLO6NE BUSINESSES CLOSE - (RETTER'S.) ' ,LONDON, July 27. Messages irem Cologne stat~e that the contiri~ous fall of the mark has create1d absolute chaos. Many under* takings, have closedi alt ogther.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BANDITS IN CHINA Britisher Still Detained 100,000 DOLLARS RANSOM SHANGHAI, July 27. [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

Britisher Still Detained 100,000 DOLLARS RANSOM (REUTER'S). SHANGHAI. July 27; A deniand for 100.000 dollars ransom has been made by the brigands who captured Mfr. D'Arcy Weatherby, a Bri tisli mining engineer, says a niessrige from Peking.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
POSITION NEVER SO BAD Hard To Buy Anything (PUBLISHED IN "THE TIMES.") LONDON, July 27. [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

P.OSIT?ON NEVER SO BAD h.rd , To Buy Anything (PUBLIS-ED IN '"THE TIMES.') - LONDON. July 27. One Polltitn of thce'-diffc:iUlty of buy ing and selling owing to the downward rUtBaJ of the mark (says the Berlin cor I DrA G~r~o ~er~r~&ii 'ce/j'r· ?e~ponden -tF; e ATh 'T Yz-la,: - Ioy ~br owIng to Oru Of o to which 'esulte&ifreh, the alithii b.~ Mffort to Irint' ,oney .fa~st tnOu'gl: This has b.\en' follow'ed by a dhortage 'f food. J.0 tle lias e3..chel1 th;: etr liri mnarkets: rr a fewr dsb ;ilm?.re is! ·only a smal: amouint of 'tea avaiilible, leds but~ter: arid: vegetatbles,:. and 'no: :po tatarde.---"FaF rmergc-r"A --hotting u-eve, -thing except the most .pert.shable goods vwing :t~rtht uncertamnty' of values. An .e?ornioius number, of people are going hun"r¶n cithe,: :ecause of no money! or 1o foOd.'; Tlihere ha?-. :.ben :,enftsational i"c61 lapse' h before,* but the financimal situa tion was never so ~iad, and there, wavq never the ,arae danger ',of popular reactio...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GERMANY ON EDGE OF DEBACLE MARK COLLAPSE CAUSES CHAOS "Times" says Position Never So Baa FARMERS REFUSE SUPPLY FOOD—PEOPLE STARVING LONDON, July 27. [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

t · ' ? EDGE OF ~ I;;; ri··· .··- ·~·-- ~: .i :· .r-c- · .. -'1~ .· C. ·5.. MARK COLLAPSE CAUSE CHAOS "Times" says Position Never So Baa. FARMERS REFUSE SUPPLY FOOD -PEOPLE STARVING : ' . .tEUTER'S.) 1 / LONDON, July 27. ?n London German marks are overc 4.fl,,0O00 to the £. -T his is attribiute4 to the enormous demand in Germany for foreign currncies. The working clas.is are converting ill marks not. ?n?,?.'atety peeded into dollars and' sterlfrtig. On the contrary, there is evidence that Germany's balances abroad: a~re still cconsiderable. .America is In a<tlve trade with Germany, especi ally in cotton supplies. . I

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
KU KLUX KLAN Efforts To Restrain AN INJUNCTION SOUGHT (UNITED SERVICE) NEW YORK, July 26. [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

19U IklUX MIJNt' ----- Efforts To Restrain 'AN INJUNCTION. SOUcGHT (UTNITED SERVICE) NEW YORK, July 26. Intense interest is being taken in Albany'in a test- case to determine whether the Kl K Klux Khan has the right to exist as a secret society,-hold ing midnight meetings with shrouded fi~ures, carrying. flaming torches; The first legal step to restrain the Klan and the women's auxiliary, the Kamelia, has been taken by the Attor ney-General (Mr. Griflin) issuing a tem porary injunction restralningj the orga nisation from exercising its right as the corporation. It is claimed that the Klan has failed to 'file the riames of the m'nmbers of its. organisa?otin.. Counsel intend to wage a' .,igorous -ght agt ·"the injunion. . t'

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WILSON AND LEAGUE Says U.S.A. Will Join (UNITED SERVICE.) NEW YORK, July 2[?]. [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

WILSON AND LEAGUE Says' U.S.A.. Will Join S' .... (UNIITED- SERVICE.) - NE WYORK, July 28. Mr. Woodrow Wilson, in a letter, States his faith in the League of Na tions is unchanged. He. believes the Urnited States fill join eventually. This afternoon His Excellency gna Lady Bridges were preent' at.Tatter: salls' Races. They afterwards at tended the intercolegiate - foot.b41 match. This evening they will- witnesw the performance of "Loyalties'"-ty the Adelaide Repertory Theatre.. Tomor row His Excellency and. Lady Bridges will be present at the Violet Memory Day observance. On. :Monday Lady Bridges will visit Caitowie iin connec tion with the Girl Guides' Association. She will return on Tuesday morning, and 'in the afterndon' will preside at ihe Army Nurses' meeting. On Wed resday evening Lady'Bridges will be present at the Adelaide CGlee Club's concert.. On Thursday Sir Tomn and ITadly Bridges will attend the Royal South'Australian Yacht Squadron ball. On Friday afternoon His Excelle...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SCOTTISH AMATEUR GOLF (UNITED SERVICE.) LONDON, July 27. [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

SCOTTISH AMATEUR (iOLF (UNITED SERVICE.) LONDON, July 27. The surprise of the Scottish Amateur Golf Championship at Troon was, the victory of S'mington, the ikcal player, over John Wilson, holder of the title, at the sixteenth hole.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
INTERSTATE FOOTBALL South Australians Outclassed MELBOURNE, Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

INTERSTATE FOOTBALL South Australians Outclassed (By Our Special Correspondent.) MELBOURNE, Today. WVhen the South Australian school boy footballors set out from South Aus tralia last week, they no doubt had fixed in their minds the thrashing the seniors gave Victoria in Adelaide last month. Could the lads emulate the cf forts of the men? The opportunity to test the issue did not occur until this afternoon on the Melbourne Cricket Ground, where, after defeating two States brilliantly, the Adelaide repre sentatives entered the arena at 3.30 to do battle against Victoria. The home combination was also in the happy posi tion of not having suffered a reverse, and a thrilling game was expected. Mums and dads were there to bar. rack for Victoria. No doubt they needed it. As I witnessed the match to day my mind wandered to August 18, when the return big game will be played. Every man has his day, and these youngsters this afternoon may come back to MIelbourne when we are. old and grey to h...

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

Sturt Vanquish Gleneji STURT .......... 4-4 GLENELG ...... Nil. * The first rucks for the second quarter were:-Sturt, Whiteheadc Scrutton, and Leak; Clenelg, Mioore, Spry, anid 'Tlreln with. From the outset Glenelg kept the ball in their opponents' territory, and a knock through opened their account with a single. Even play on both sides was characterised by poor kicking ;and a number of frees. Trenwith, with a slight kick, obtained a behind, and a few seconds later Murphy, with a neat drop kick, secured Glenelg's first goal. A few minutes later he repeated the per formance and raised the hopes of his side's supporters. Play changed to the other end, and from a scrimmage Rocchi, who was playing well, found the big opening. The same player, marking, passed to Jackson, who found no difficulty in kicking the . third goal. Glencelg's worked hards, but were rewarded with only a single. Sturt prevailing again, rushed tile ball to the opposite end. and Riley kicked his first goal." Sturt's...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MOOREFIELD RACES POSTPONED SYDNEY, Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

MOOREFIELD RACES POSTPONED SYDNEY, Today. The meeting to be held at Moorefield today was postponed on account of the .rh

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

Torrens Beat North Adelaide NORTH ADELAIDE .. .. 2-5 WEST TORRENS .. I.. 1--4 Strong combined play on the part of thle red-and-whites was the feature at the opening of the second term. Curnow passed to Kinnear to Daw, and the latter had a shot in front, but kicked into the hands of an opponent.

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

Port Beat South PORT .......... -5 SOUTH ........ 1-2 With the change of ends the ruck was comprised of Caust, Thoinas, and Oliver (roving). For Port L. C. Day man, Barker. and Bayley constituted the ruck. Caust called up one flag. Oliver from a difficult angle struck a post. Waye followed with a long punted goal. The blue-and-whites con tir.ued on the offensive. Oliver and Caust added points. Caust again drove the sphere into 'the goal mouth, where Waye marked. .One flag went ul,, to the excitement of the crowd. The ball went over the oval ft nee and play was cuspended for a few minutes. When the ball was returned the goal umpire hoisted two flags, apparently rectifying an error. A quick response by the black-and ;vwhites resulted in Allingbam putting' the ball through. The goal, however, was'not signalled until the central and/ goal tmpires had conferred. The play was not of a high standard, though it was interesting. 3Bungey and- Keal saved several, can gerous rushes. A thrilling...

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