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North Broken Hill [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

North Broken Hill ) Thebo North Broken Hill, Limited, advises that ore has been cut in the main crosscut, at the 1,500 ft. level, but that a full face of sulphides has not yet bee nexposed. It is not stated how far the crosscut is from the main shaft, but early in the month the crosscut was reported to be in 380 ft., about 60 ft. having been driven for the precedlug month. The intersecting of this lode at an early date has been predicted in the Broken fill, and the recent firming of the price of the company's shares is largely attributed to this expectation. The lowest level to which the lode had previously been opened up in the North mine was at 1,400 ft., where the shoot of ore attained the great width of 150 ft., with lead contents of more than 15 per cont. The main shaft i sdown 1.700 ft., and Mr. E. C. Andrews, in "The Geology of the Broken Hill District," issued last year, ex pressed the opinion that if the elaws of sym metry hold for the lode, and the pitch be maintained to t...

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

FARM ANID DAIRY PRODUCE BUTTER.-The supply of butter is increasing, and at the moment there is a good demand from Western Australia for the exportable sur plus. The distributing pIrice for choicest quality butter Is 1/9b, prints fd, a lb. extra; best eepara.tors and dairy 1/7 to 1/8, storm 1/2 to 1/5. EGGS.-Fresh hen eggs (by rail and steamer) are now quoted at 1/6, relected 1/7 to 1/8; duck, 1/7 to 1,'8; Adelaide Infertile Egg Asso clation ("Red Comb" brand), 2/. (CTE~EE.-Wholesale rates are:--1edlum or large. 1/1 to 1/1i; loaf, to 1/2k; picnic, 1/2 to 1/3; matured or semi-matured, 1/1. to 1/2k. BACON.-The market has a firmer tendency. consequent upon the advance in prices for pigs on the hoof, The distributing price for prime cured sides is 1/1; middles, 1/13; and rolls, 1/71. HAMS.-Tn a quiet market raw hams are quoted at 1/4 to 1/5 and cooked at 1/8. HONEY.-The buying price for prime liquid extracted is 4d. to 4.d., semi-eandied or can died. 31d. to 4d.; and secnd grade. 2d. to ...

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

NEW COMPANIES REGISTERED. New companies recently registered in South Australia include the following: J. J. Greig & Co. Limited. Capital £7,500 in 7,500 shares of £1 each. Objects-To transact on commission or otherwise the general busi nes. of land. estate, and financial agents. Share holders-Alfred Williazmn Gage,s Toorak; Alfred Leslie Wyly, Adelaide; Percy Edward Graham, Adelaide; John IIHenry Wilson, Adelaide; Frank Davies Wilson, Adelaide. Ihe Murray Bridge Electric Supply Co. Ltd. Capital £15.000 in 15,000 shares of £1 each. Objects-To acquire and purchase from the llcuidators of the Murray Engineering Co. Ltd. (in liquidatiaon) certain of the assets of the company. consistins of part section 248, htn dred of Mobilong, tagether with the power sta* lion and electrical machinery and equipment, and a contract dated February 15, 1923, made between the company and the district council of Mobilong, and to carry on the business of electrical engineers and contractors. Share h...

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

GRAIN AND PRODUCE WH-TE?AT.--The London markets for wheat is re ported to be weak, with little or no business. Private advicee received this morning indicated that ~wihile Liverpool options for July have ad vanced by Id. a cental, those for October and i)ecenrbe' have rlumped by 1'½d. a cental. thipping merchants' buying prices of fanners' lots are now hased upon 4/4_ a bushel on trucks, main shirpping ports. FL4OUR.-The South Australian M3illowners' Association price for flour for bakers' lots has Association price for flour for bakers' lots is -L1 5/ for 2,0?0) lb., delivered city or suburs. BRAN AND POLLARD.-The association price for both products is £8 1/6 for 2,0)0 lb., in trucSi s0ile-End. Smaller quantities a;e quoted at 1/9,. a bushel net, delivered city or cubuirs. BAI~REY.-The market is stagnant. Buying prices for farmers' lots of prime EngliSs malt ing quality are nominally quoted at about 2/9 a bushel, on trucks or afloat Port Adelaide. OA'IS.-Memchants' buying rates for...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TODAY'S SHIPPING COASTAL AND OVERSEAS [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

TODAY'S SHIPPING COASTAL AND OVERSEAS Tides at Semaphore tomorrow-Low water, 10 a.m.; high water, 4 p.m. Monday's Tides--Low water, 10.20 a.m.; high water; 4.20 p.m. TODAY'S ARRIVAIS. AT PORT ADELAIDE. Va!dieri, ., 5,?204, Gotelli, eastern States. Elder, Smith & Co., agents. asomnnic, S., .I,089, Svinhufund, eastern States. South Austra!ian Farmers' Union, agents. Kopoola. S., 293, Ardrossan. Kermandle. 4,m. sch.. B. Langaard, Hobart. .L & E. LeMeesurier, agents. T1'ODAY'S DEPARTURLES. From Port Adelaide. Marella, S., Java and Singapore. Oor;nimal, S., Brisbane via ports. Baldlna, S. Newccastle via Whyalla. Chronos. S., Risdon (las.) via Pirie. Rooral, S., Melbourne and Sydney. Piako, S., ea.tern Sateas. Quorna, S., Spencer Gulf ports. Kapra, S., Spencer Gulf ports. Kanmtta, S, KIna-roo kland. Warrawee, S., Edithburgh. IPORTS. Kermandie, Iobart-Pull caigo timber. EXPOITS. Marell, for Batavia--19,320 bags and 134 sacks flour, 25 kegs salt beef, 37 cases dried fruits. ...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MOUNT MORGAN Big Loss On Mine ROCKHAMPTON, Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

MOUNT MORGAN Big Loss On Mine ROOKIHAMPTON, Today. At the meeting~ of the eMount Morgan Gold Mining Company, Mr. R. S. Archer, chairman of directors, st~ated that the loss on then workin accouat for the year wes £L,{0Y, the total loss being £7,038. The relatively low price of copper and the high cost Of mnaterial, wages, and so forth, was primarily responsible. The shortage of competent miners was also a bit factor. In the last 16 years the incorne from the mine was £14,933,113, the main items of expen diture being as follows:5 Wages of miners and contractors, £7,089,689. CGovernment nad local authorities, £J,68,3Zt. Stores and machinery, £2,343,5i Dividends, £2,537,50. The amount distributed in wages and stores and payment to Government and local authorl ities represented 74.93 per cent. o! the total Income.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WHOLESALE OIL AND LEAD PRICES Turpentine Cheaper [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

WHOLESALE OIL AND LEAD PRICES Turpentine Cheaper Wholes?le distribucting prices for oilj and lead in Adelaide are as follow:-? Linseed Oil.-Australian (in cases), raw, 5/11 a gall.; do., boiled, 6/1 a gall.; English (in drums), raw, 5/11 gall. White Lead.-Australian (in 1-cwt. packages) £63 a ton; English (in 1-cawt. pa9ckages), £70O a ton. Turperrtine-10/ a gall. Shellao--3/4 a lb.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ON 'CHANGE Commonwealth Loans Dull INVESTMENTS STEADY [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

ON 'CHANG6E Commonwealth Loans Dull INVESTMENTS STEADY Although only a short time was avail able this morning a fair amount of business was done. Commonwealth Loans were slow, and generally weaker rates were apparent in nearly all lines. Investments were well quoted, and moderate trade was effected. HarrlS, Scarfe firmed to 19/11, and Goode Dur rant to 19/6. Adelaide Electric (right) were unchanger at 6/1 and 6/. while ordinary shares were obtained for 44/9. For "News" Limited (ord. paid) 26/l1 was given. In wheat cerificates sales were effeeted in "C" crop at 11-16d., and "D" at 3-8d. Barriers showed a slight easing in all lines except Norths. which had fair turnover at 56/6 and 56/7½. Junctions eased to 3/3 and 3/1½, and British dropped a point to 21/7½. In gold Mutooroo closed at 5/, and Tve's Proprietary (cono.) eased to 7d. sales and buyer. Lloyd George were traded at 8/1 and 8/, while Lhake View and Star firmed a point to 2/9 and 2/9½. South Kalgurli were unaltered at 9/9. Gre...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Woll Your R's [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

Woli Your R's It happened in Adelaide to a school master. He was attempting to show a form of boys how important vowels were in poetry. Ho chose what he thought to be one of the best samples in the language, and began to quote: At night he heard the lion woar, and the hyena s~eweam, :And the wiver-horse as he cwushed the weeds beside some hidden stweam, And it passed like a glowlous woll of dwums thwough the twlumph of his dweam. 1 know that this is true, for I was the pedagogue. K.S.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Not Hard to Please [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

Not Hard to Please They had been married a whole year, and wifie thought she would maklie her spouse a z'resent worthy of the ochia slon, so she as!:ed him diplomatically what he desired most. Gardening was his hobby, so he gazed out of the win dow upon his 50 x 100 domain and thought hard. "Either a load of ma nure Or a couple of sheets of gal\vanised iron," he said at length. Another ro mance -'a.s shattered.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FOR SLEEPY EYES Mrs. Twinkle-Eyes Is Surprised STORY II. [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

Mrs. Twinkle Eyes Is Surprised STORY IT. In the morning when Mrs. Twinkle Eyes had breakfast ready she called her children, but no one but Brownie appeared. '"Where are your brothers?" she asked. "Nimble has gone to the woods to get his new home ready," answered ]Brownie. beginning to eat very fast. Mrs. Twinkle Eyes picked up a paper by her plate. "'W?hat is this?" she said, opening it and beginning to read. "Squeak, squeak, squeak, squeak, squeak!" she cried. This is what she read: "Weo are all going to be married today. Squeak, Squeak is going to mar:ry Miss ~3rey in the pantry. Long Tail will marry- Miss Field Mouse, Sil ver Coat is to marry Miss Barn Mouse. Blinkie Miss Cellar Mouse, and Patter Toes Miss Church Mouse. We thought this was the best way to tell you. Your loving sons. Patter Toes, Bllinkie, Silver Coat, Long Tail, Squeak Squeak." "Oh that I should live to see the day a child of mine should marry a church mcuse,'" wailed MIrs. Twinkle E!yes. "A cellar mouse is bad e...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ARREST OF AVIATORS Powers Given Police [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

ARREST OF AVIATORS Powers Given Police An Order-in-Cormncil, issued recently, authorises any policeman to demand the licence of an airman suspected of being intoxicated or suffering from the effects of drug-taking. The constable is empowered to enter any licensed aerodrome in the perform ance of these additional duties. He is left in the dark, however, regarding his right to commandeer an aeroplane to go in pursuit of his quarry. It is also not explained how in the event of non-com pliance with his orders, the policeman is to enforce the law. 'Two courses suggest themselves to me," said a pilot to a "Daily Express" re presentative. "Either police constables must be served out with rifles, and au thorised to shoot down aerial offender.s, or pilots and policemen must attend a special course of instruction in sig~malin. "Some policemen already carry revol vers as well as batons. They are such good-hearted fellows that they ~ould not in the least mind the addition to their kit of a rifl...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
DIGGERS' FAVORITE Elsie Janis Honored [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

DIGGERS' FAVORITE - Elsie Janis Hionored to Miss Elside Janis, darling of the Ameri can stage, and a favorite of Australian diggers, has been singularly honored by the Sorbonne. By special invitation, she sang her famous song, "Give Me the M)oon." before the faculty and students of the Sorbonne. At the conclusion of the number Capt. Elsie Janis was pre sentcd'with the Medaille Louis Le Grand. The ceremony came as a complete sur price to the American actress, who had journeyed from England to France to appear before the Sorbonne group, not knowing that such an honor was to be conferred upon her. During the war. Miss Janis, who is-an honorary captain, entert~ained the soldieri of aU nation.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MONEY, MARKETS, AND MINING COMMERCIAL CABLES Wheat Cargoe (REUTER'S.) LONDON, July 26. [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

:IMQblEY, MARH~E~% ~9~ W~ COMMiERCIAL CABLES ' Wheat Cargoe (REUTER'S.) LONDON, July 26. Alstralian whuat afloat is quoted at 4"/ a quarter. Bradford Wool Tops (RE=UTER.) LONDON, July 27. Quotations for wool tops in the Brad. ford market are as follow:--Sixtiea (super), 53d., ordinary 50d.; fifties (super) 26d. to 26 d., average 25d.; forty-eights, average 19%d.; forty-sixes, average 17½d.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BUSINESS MAN'S DIARY Adelong Gold Estates [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

BUSINESS MAN'S DIARY Adelong Gold Estates Adelong Gold Estates, No Liability, made a profit of £827 (including pre _nium on gold) for the half-year ended April :0 last, compared with a loss of £2,517 for the previous term. After de ducting the usual profit and loss items a balance of £239 is transferred through the appropriation account to the equalisation reserve. The following amounts have been debited direct thrlwLgh working acceunt:-Repairs and maintenance, £3.156; salvaging No. L1 dredge, £73.. Liquid assets show a surplu~ of £5,914 and include storce £1,763, fuel £842, gold in transit £851, deposlts at call 2,031. cash on hand £877. 'Jhe No. I drelge was out of commis 5ion during the whore of the period tinder review. The No. 2 dredge rspe rated for 2,927'/ hours and treated :7,797 culice yards of material for a yield of 1.879 oz. 10 d'-t. 18 gr. of gold, ihe c cess value of gold over working exjenditure being £465. Dealing with the ,prospects for the current term the general ...

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

Excessive Port Charges FSotth Australian shippers are greatly han dicapped by the excessive port dues and ton cage rat-s. It is .tnowT generally in the trade that bulinesa has been diverted from this and other Stalt~ of the Commonwealth to the countries on account of the higu vurt charges here, and the ability of shipping companies to obtain more remunerative char ters elsewher. Before the war the Harbors Board charged Ed. a ton for light dues for a period not exceeding six mouths. WPhnn the light ser Ticce of Australia were taken over by the Commnonwealth Government the latter im poard a rrte of fd. a ton. At the same time thre IHarbors PBord continued to collect Its chimrg :, but th" *Jesi'gnation was altered fromn "light' to "port' duiics, and the peried of timne alloced ai a4 reduced to three mncnthl Shiplfra hLcre are. not only naving more thnu donll?!? th, prr0lr\~'s r:t.cry. but Ihbv are rom pellted to p?:.y thew trore frequently tihar forr.rrly. In rddition, shippers are cal...

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

inspection of Potatoes : ror a lono time paet there has been a good deai of discussion tuth in Sooth Australia and VYictoris regarding the dual inspection of pota toes imupored into this State. In view of this it is interesting to learn that reference was made to the question at the last meeting of the Anvlsor toad of Agnric:ultutre. Members of the board were de.irous of ascertaining the reason why locally grown potatoes, which were diseased. were aliowed to be sold, while pota. toes imported from other States and accom paniedi byI a certificate from the officers of the I)epartment of Agriculture of the exporting State were subjected to a further inspection on arri val, and in some cases were condemned. The Iorticu.tural Inst:uctor (Mr. George Quinn) ha~ now submitted the iollowing report on the ques tions raised:--"The diseases commonly known as potato scab, eel worm, Irish blight, early blight, dry fusarium rot, and bacteriosia are among the plant pests prohibited by a Proclama ti...

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

H. W. H 0 0 GETTS & C O. STOCK, SHARE. AND INVESTMENT BROKERS, Agents throughtout the Commonwealth, New Zealand, and London. 1-3 Cowra Chambers. GRENFELL-STREET, ADELAIDE. Telephone, Central 822. 8 . C WARD &, O., STOCK, SHARE, AND INVESTMENT BROKERS, 30 Grenfell street, Adelaide. N HAND FOR SALE. WHEAT, Seed or Feed, at substantially re luced prices. BARLEY, at lowest prices touched for some POTATOES.-South-ea~tern Redskins and time. Snowflakes, ex-store, and ex-sending station. OATS.-Algerian, Feed PEAS.-Good Field luality. LUCERNE.-Cho!cest Hunter River, for spring cowing. ALMONDS.-Best Marlon District sorts. HJONEY.-Choice Augaston District. FLOUR. BIRAN, POLLARD, CHAFF, at loweEt current rate. CHARLES AWHITING, No. 2 Central MIss'o.' BuldiLns, Franklin-street. 'Phono 627?. il .B~ o gt BUSY! BUSY! ALWAYS BUSYI. i! I EIj _-= , . . Al Ii II •~ ~ ~~~~~~~ ,.? ··.-·::,'?? ..[ ?"' ,.-,. ,.. I . ; O Ii fo BUIE S P ECIRALWAR I '. · Ii: I ONLY -This SUIT is offered at thi...

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

Lond~on Butter Market~ ~Remyra. W. Wedriel &t Cao. (Aust.) Ptv. lItd.. W4Tbotjnt. adri1e 1'nvia receired a eab~e from thewr Lozini~m ofire aq urde~r:-NDnish huttrr. 1:/to 1rdr: Au~ralian ialted atvl unslifed fi9 mcde bhIteT. 162! to 1641; ma~iet. firi.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SERVING HIS CITY Alderman's Career ONCE APPRENTICED AS SAILOR [Newspaper Article] — News — 28 July 1923

SERVING HIS CITY Alderman's Career ONCE APPRENTICED AS SAILOR Ald. W. W. Forwood, J.P., was elected a member of the Adelaide City Council in 1910 for Gawler Ward, and continued as representative for that division until 1919, when he was elected an alderman. F or over 10 years he has been chairman of the works and highways committee, and in that office his training as an en gineer has been of considerable ser vice to the citizens. He has been one of the council's representatives on the Municipal Trust for six years. He is a member of the executive of the Federated Employers' Associa tion and of the Employers' Mutual Assurance; managing director of For wood, Downs & Co., Limited, engineers of Adelaide, Perth, and Kalgoorlie. and one of the oldest members of the S.A. Chamber of Manufacturers, hav ing been a mcnhember of its council since 1876. He was president of the cham ber in 1897-9 and again in 1913-5, and president of the Associated Chambers of Manufacturers of Australia i...

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