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No Title [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

Mr. Frank Marlow, Secretary of the South Australian Football League.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Indians in Africa States Declared Cruel and Unjust BRITISH CABINET'S DECISION RAISES STORM OF PROTEST SIMLA, July 27. [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

Indians in Africa States Declared Cruel and Unjust BRITISH CABINET'S DIECISION RAIES STORM OF PROTEST (11EUTIGR'S. -INDA, .Jul~y 27. In the Kenya (Africa) Assemhbly this morning several unsuccessful at tempts were made to adjourn the House, owing to the Kenya decision of the British Government Mr. Butler stated that the Govern mnent would take all steps to afeg~u?ar the application of the principles of emi gration. Sir Maleolm Hailey said that until the W'hite Paper r.eached the Govern, ment he declingd to ~tate what it would4 decide to do. Mr. Chadwick declined, for obviqua reasons, to ask the Secretary of State not to participate in the BTritisl1 lm pire Exhibition. pr. Gour introduced a Bill propo~ini~ reciprocity and retilliatiqn. He vehe mently condemned the manner in which the Indians were being treated in Africa ald 'Kenya, particularly Gen. Smuts' segregation proposals. SBir lalcolpm Hiley, who sail the Gov ernment was in tho-rough y ~mpathy with the Indians, who were in a g...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Antics in Street Cars (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

Antics in Street Cars (To the Editor.) Mario Fen.-When the Trnmway Trust runs the street cars in the way they should be run, and do not com pel people to hang on to straps while they Perform antics that any circus pro Proprietor would give them a big salary for. Mr. Coodman will be in a position ;o criticise pedestrians. Until then he had better keep quiet. If he boardoe a: North Adelaide car after six in the evening, he would fl(ot jay walk, but would turn double somier saults all the way along King William road..

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

The "Skyscraper' I Horry" Riley, of Sturt. Ii~

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WHAT OUR READERS THINK NO MORE WAR To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

WHAT OUR READERS THINK NO MORE WAR To the Editor. M-fr. C. P. Butler (president of the W.S. and S.T.L.):-With reference to the letter of Mr. Howard Vaughan (chair man of the executive committee of the Australian League of Nations Union) the Returned Soldiers' League in this State desire in no way to attribute to the South Australian branch of the Australian League -3f Nations Union any desire to. belittle the ideals for which the Me-idor.Day stands (and we are sure the w~Rare ammmittee are.. of the-same :pinion);'and in view of fhis fact Mr. Vaughan's.statement in one of the daily papers "that the Australian League of Nations Union decided not to take part in the 'No More War' demorstratio"' recquires the State board of the league to explain their position. Professor J. R. Wilton is a member of the council of the South Australian branch of the Australian League of Naticns Union, and as the letter re ceived from ihim asking the league to participate in the "No More War Movement" cove...

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

SALE 7 FOR TONIGHT AND SATURRAY IIORNING LADIES' HANDKERCHIEFS IN BOXES K t1; COLOURED - BORDERED HANKYS, very fine cloth, 3 in folder. S 2/6 for 1/9 WHITE ILNKYS., embroidered corner, C in folder. 4/6 for 3/6 WHTTE GUIP;URE. lace edred. 4 lin box. S? / for 6/ WITE TH.S. embroidered comer~ 6 in box. 10/9 for /IP WHrTE H.Ris, embroidered cmor .hers, 6 in box. 10 fG for n,ar ano..o ,~Eo, 7/6 il BLACK EFMBROTI??FDg,seal. loped edge. with black embroi dercd corner; 0 in box. i ,1I for 4/11 S WHITE LACE EDGE. embrof dered corner, G in box. 711 for 5/6 EMBDBROIDIR1D CORNER, coicred scalloped edges, 6 in box. - ia/ ror 8/11 GUIIPRE, edged all round handsome patterns, in folder holding. 6 hnnks. Epecli, S,/6 for 11/6 SEE THE DISPLAY IN OUR SMALL SHOWCASE . T., FITC THE CORNER RUNDLE & PULTENEY STS. Filninllillilll llll~il~lillllliilillllli blIIIIIfliffi I~nnrl01lll ih~mill' The Recognised House NOTE ADDREBS O129, Angas Street. FOR RELIABLE BARGAINS IN SLIGHTLY USED Cars, Trucks, and...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NEED FOR "A FAIR SPIN" [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

NEED FOR "A FAIR SPIN" Since the earliest days of the f3rl tish race the sanctity of a contract has been recogn.ised as' the basis of its greatness. So much so that other nations, and especially the weaker ones, coined the phrase, "An Englishman's word is as good as his bond." Wars have been fought to preserve that record, and on the last occasion Australians cheerfully offered up their lives to maintain the principle. Coming to us as part of our inheritance, it has been epitomised and recognised by the Australian as "a fair spin." In this spirit we go about our everyday work, and with that as a standard we judge our fellow-men. When South Australia entered into an agreement with the Common wealth to give over the Northern Territory in exchange for a railway line connecting Adelaide and Darwin, her people were safeguarded, not only by precedent, but by a formal written Contract. It was not an agreement entered into by irresponsible persons, but by recognised authorities, sworn to ca...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ROUND THE BEEHIVE Filling the Church [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

ROUNI TE BEEHIVE Filling the Church The latest method of popularisingf churchgoing has been adopted bY the Rev. T. MIcDougall, of the Presbyterian Church at Mudgee. N.S.W. After his sermon he invited the congreg~ation to coffee and biscuits in the school hall. Other sociaI attractions are to be added on next occasion. Who would not live at Mudgee And be a brawny Scot? For Iaddies lurk Around the. kirk To cuaff the coffee hot. D'you get me. Steve? On Sunday eve It is a cleasant spot. The minister's McDougaIll- A cood old Hieland nam?? And with a grin And biLuit tin He carries on the game. It's not a joke To cafe folk; They reckon it a shame. He'll soon be giving porridge, They dolefuly declare, To those who Dray. And any day There may be wilder fare. They will not starve For he will carve A steaming haggis rare. Hl talks of new attractions Upon some other night, The sermon done, There'll be some fun, If our idea is right; When with a deoch And doris crock He'll pour out Black and Whi...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
POULTRY FOR PROFIT Farm Fowls Now Worth Million Pounds [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

PIIO:c? · ." " - ..~.." .. BY"~ rv ~ ". .. · ".. °. ". .... BY "PR CT CAL??" Fart Fws Now rth llon Pounds During- the. last 10. years the poul try irndustry .has been' built Up until to-day it stands as a sound, progressive c'ommercial business. It has stffered severely from.untrue and misleading statements of people without -practi cal experience. "The News" will keep readers con versant with the doings of the :men who :are in the industry for their m~eans of livelihood.; The value of the industiry to the =tat. is estimated by .the Government Statistician at £1,000;000. These -figures Challenge ·and Answer.:.: refer probably only to farm fowls, and do not include the many thousands of birds kept by the suburban people.. An' apnroximrnate number of plants within l10 miles of the G.P.O.,' where breeders rely on the proceeds for their living' would be 100. Many more. are in course of erection, and several peoDle are looking for suitable: land to commence olperations next year. ITn ano...

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

"Order, Gentlemen!" MR. A. J. ~'?cLACHLAN, Chairman of the South Australian Football League.

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

- STILL VACANT. Mrs. Smither' was intecviewing applicants for the post.of cook-general in her .estab lishment. To once rubicund lady she said:- "Arecyou good':in an emergency?" "Oh; yes, ma'am, none better," replled the applicant in a very conident tone. "Then tell me, whbt would you- do " six visitors arrlfed unexpectedly to dinner, and you had only sufficient meat in the ?huse for four, .i?ludilng yourself?" asked the mistress "Do;, - ma'am3'l daid the other,-. as , if surprised at the simplicity of .the.question. "Do? Why I'd make sure of mine afore I brought it along to you,;cf course! .What do you think?" Thb- ob is stilll acant.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Let us Rise and Sing [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

Let us Rise and Sing A pleased reader submits the follow ing: The News, The News, The Newsy News, To disabuse, and yet diffuse, in words profuse, we read of Hughes, Of toothless ewes, and gone-cold stews. We sit and muse, and still refuse To hear abuse we can't excuse, We nearly fuse, and language use Of varied hues, but take our cues From out The News, The Newsy News. ARE-MEN.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FIRE AND ACCIDENTS Handled By Volunteers WORK AT HINDMARSH [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

Haiidle By Vrim~teers WORK AT HIND H S'O. .\ -'.- - I~~I~~~ Hindmarsh - propertY -is protected when a fire breaks out, and injured people are carried to hospital by the 38 members of the Hindmarsh Volun teer Fire Brigade and Ambulance Corps. The volunteers are available at a min ute's notice at all hours of the, day and night. They keeP -themselves fit by fire and anmbulance .drill, ju-jitsu, gym nastics, boxing, and they receive no re compense except the enjoyment, they get~ from their "hobby." SORIGIN OF BRIGADE. Established 39 years ago, the Fire B?rigade had Mr. John Reid for:its first superintendent. Residents and the big manufacturers had no protection from fire, and there was no regularly paid brigade even in the city. The first pre mises econsisted of an old tin shed on the Port road, and the first -plant of a hand cart and reel and 500 ft. of hose. Later a horse reel was bought, and a few years ago an up-to-date motor reel with all appliances. It is hoped next year to buy a...

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

ALFreD" C. CATT, SON & COO (Alfred C. Catt, Charles S. catt, Chat!es R. Sutton.) AT ST. PETERS Fine type of Seml-Bungalo?, containing 7 -arge ;Rooms, and all conveniences, -including Pathroom, Heater, 'Basin, 'Pantry, Cellar, Brick Laundry completely fitted. Gas Stove. Electric Light, Garage, two Tiled Verandahs, Largo Block Land. This is a delightful Home, and one that you will be proud to own Investigate immediately. Pri!cc £1,550. No. 170. BEULAH ESTATE AT TOORA Situated in one of the finest posi tions on this .op.llar Estate, fine, IN AN EXCELLENT POSITION. up-to-date Bunglofv, built of Red A charming 'Freestone-and-Brick Brick, contaifing ' good Roonis well Bungalow, containing . well arranged, including Ta l necessary arranged Rooms. The conveniences conveniences. lBafhrtmr .y'ith Bath :nd Basin, Pantry. Cellarette, Cop- Include bath, heater, and basin, per and Troughs. - izal, Drainboards, cellar, copper, and iroughs, E.L., &c., E.L., Gas, Woodshd.' This is ga...

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

SUNLIGHT PHILOSOPHY? "Smile and the world trades with yout Cry and you keep your goods." That revised version of an ancient couplet, Lord Leverhuhne told a gather ing of grqcers at Port Sunlight, was im parted to him while he was still a boy. He is now 72. fThe occasion wa~s the celebration of the hundredth anniversary of the apprentic ing of Lord Leverhulme's father, James iLever, to the grocery trade. "I have to thank 'the fact that my father was a grocer and made 'me a grocer for what .ver business experience .I have," he de clared. "I was tinght to be very careful in buying, to keep down expenses, to avoid 'waste, and that cheerful. smile and-a word of welcome to a customer went a long way." He began to think ahout soap when he first wrapped up bars of soap--his first job as.a grocer-and it was in 1884, when he was on a holiday, that he first thought of going seriously into the business. His capital was £4,000. He leased an old soap works at Warrington for £200 a year. Ele -did ...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
EDUCATING THE GROCER New Classes Successful ACTIVITY IN SCHOOL OF MINES [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

,EDUCATING6 THE GROCER New Classis Successful ACTIVITY IN SCHOOL. OF LIN Classes held at the School of MineS for the education of the grocer are suiccess,:' according to the first repor since their introduiction issued by the Retail Grocers' A7sociation. They werd dpened 'irn February last. "'The establishment of these classes,'t says Mr. W. 'F.. McConnell, secretary of ,the association, "was the outcome o mmuch delibedration. on the part o0. grocers, n rot. only in South Australia4 bt: also imn the' whole' of the Common4 wealitfih. In March. 1918, the Federatio Of ;Retail- Groccrs'. Associations wa fdrmed.' Since then we have held fou conferences in the various capitals, an a-ssociations from all States were re. ~presented.' At Sydney in October, 1919 the:South Australian delegates brough foirward the advisability of licenaln retail:grocers and produce dealers. "This-was proposed with a view to 'giving .consumers the most efficlen4 business men 'as grocers. "When one considers the ...

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

LATEST REGISTRATIONS-. ·Fllowing is a list of the latmb motori vehicles registered: 22557-Patrick Fennessy, Johnbiurgh, 23.8 D)odge. 22558-Andrew Holahan' ..Flanagan, : 23.8 Dodge. 22559-Edward Hancock, Wasleysa, 21 Mar well. 22560--Berry Fry. Athelstone, 12.1 BlanChi, 22561-Lilian Ilaud Summers, Third aveine, East Adelaide. 10.9 Hupmobile. S22562-Barton .Seer, t Bordertown, S.A., i0.4 Fiat. 22563--Frederick Smith, Pinnaroo, 19.6 Dort. - 22564--Fred~ick Hatton :Hflis, Bokewell street, Tusmore, 29.4 Studebaiker.. 22565---Walter Loury Rope, Largs Bay. 23.8 Dodge. 22586--Leslie Wilfred Raymond Mutton, 206 Rundle street. 22,5 Ford. 2567---Albert Edward Hassle, 39 Neville road. Henley Park, 22.5 Ford. '22,S?8--laremnr Richards, .Moonta, 21.7 Chevr!olet; 22569-.Whalluna Motdr erviCe. 37, King Williai: road, Hyde Park, 29 De )ion 22570--Arthur James Cooper,. T'othl's Creek; F oFbrd. . 2·257--I1'rderick Ellis Benton, :Coburg road, A~lheronp 22.5 -Renown. 2572---Eilert Lehmannv Calpington;. ...

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

i THE DAILY TEST PROVES f GROCERIES .. - lThe Bes$ t j flar·ioI·a . .s / II S A. POSITIVELY THE • STVALE!i I IN ADELAIDE . . ARE OFFERED AT THIS ' ' I' ·; .··-.. . , t :· •~ ~~ ~ . - , :: • '] ii AT S FURNITURE, • FURNISHINGS, I ,z .I L MANCHESTER, . BARGAINS GALORE AWAIT YOU IN EVERY DEPARTNT jAMES A,. GIBON"I{ I EVERYBODY'S HOME FURNISHER. ,.'· " HINDLEY ST., BLYTHST. NORTH TERRACE. .1.. i :.sI '-II II ._. Y |: ii rC ~~I J ? i I I? rl iil '._ . ·' . r . t- ? . . _ , . . . . ? . . . . . . r '. ; , !?!Ty 'qhe NW: W N T AD S :. . . : , ! . I"he NEWS" Classified Ads 2 lines ,6d.- Extra ines 4d. each PUBLIC NOTICES ELDR., SMITH.. & CO.. LIMITED. NOTICE is hereby given that the Annual Gencral Meeting of the Shareholders of Elder, Smith. & Co., Limited, will be held at the Registered Office of the Company, Currle street, Adelaide, on Thursday, 30th August, 1923, at 12.30 p.m., for the purpose of receiving the Annual Report and Balance Sheet; electing two Directors and Aud...

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

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS BIRTHS AND DEATHS, BEREAVEMENT NOTICES: MARRIAGES, and.IN MEMORIAMI NOTICES, accepted at "The News" Office, and by telephone, foir inhsertion on the Back Page up to 12 noon daily. Such notices may also be forwarded through any of the nume rous "News" Agencies. Notices received after 1 p.m. will be inserted with tha late adver tisemnents. (In order to guard against imposition, Notices of Births, Marriages, and Deaths must be authenticated by some respectable person to ensure insertion.) IN MEMORIAM BOLLEN.--In loving memory of my dear father. "Ever remembered." -Inserted by his daughter and son-in-law. m Bl-~-- -· '._?'j? , ,i, ?1 ,- l?-,L.? q -... , m. ,? .e=?,,,, ,'

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FOOTBALLER'S SUSPENSION Libel Action Settled (UNITED SERVICE.) LONDON, July 27. [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

FOOTBALLER'S SUSPENSION Libel Action Settled (UNITED SERVICE.) LONDON, July 27. An echo of the Lawton suspension ease was heard in the King's Bench Division yesterday, when a settlement was an nounced of the libel action brought by Mjr. PR V. S. Stanley against the wri ters of an article declaring he influenced a member of the Rugby Football Union Committee to secure Lawton's suspen sion. Councel said the truth was that Stan Iey did all that was possible to oppbose the suspension. Defendants agreed to pay costs and apologisa

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