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Why Pick Me? [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923
Why Pick Me? Sir Richard Butler asked the other day why "The News" printed blocks of Mr. John Verran and other notables, while he was left to the tender mercies of' Ha! Gye, who mane him flog a kid over the heading "School's In." The trembling pressman told the Speaker (pressmen have to tremble at times) that his facial expression lent itself to the cartoonist wvho was ner vous and distraught, that since Billy had vacated the big Federal chair most of the cartoonists had suicided or re signed, that IBruce's spats and Watt's 'chin and Newland's well-waxed mou stache were about all that were left, with little Dr. Maloney and Mathews. of Port iMelbourne, chucked in. Then Sir Dick began an encomium on facial and physical "leads" for the car toonist, for whom he has a sneaking regard. "But why pick me?"-there was the core! Not that he minded. Not he. But when he started to talk about the Federal Budget and the status (finan cially, of course) of the State the re porter muttered something...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923
A, BUSY! BUSYI ALWAYS BUSY! IGE'S OO VALUE rno UNDEREAR PANTS and SHIRTS, Unshrinkable nice medium weights, well made, evenly finished gar- h - , ments, full omfortale'fitting. SHIRTS have half sleeves with sateen band down front. PANTS have - " ' I r:ASMART BOObT~kr FOR SMART WEAR ECONOMICALLY PRICED ! I; 1 . Men's Smart BALMORALS, built of fine Glace id also in rich tone Tan Willow Calf, latesta Contl i nendal last, genuine Welted Soles, beautifully madee throughout. This shape last is all the rage-the smart est idea. Available in all sizes. Price ONLY PAIR.. THE LATEST NOVELTIES IN. iM EN'S FASI NS YOU GET THEM AT THIlS PROGRESSIVE STORE! See Our Windows! . .N - I ' A FI.E SHOWING OF Men's ew nitted i TIES! I~fI1W j in ·KNITTED TIES should come and see our fine show- L Men's Tubular Artiiicial Knitted Silk Ties, smart B luack and WhieStri pes, also Black ith Colored I g?'U I I Stripes, 3/ eachI SMen's Stylish Tubular Knitted Ties, fancy and plain colors, 4/6 each. i High-grade Ar...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923
t E: " ' ?-=.A J.ACO.B SUITE OF PLEASING :CHARACTER AND QUALITY I To meet the demand of discriminating buyers of high-grade Sfurniture, we offer this faithful reproduction of charming 'Jacobean' , style furniture at a Moderate Price. II -C' c'=111 !in .=_ _=.1~o~~ 4 . ., ,.I I ,,? 1 ? ? , Shis handsomely designed Bedroom Suite consists of an attractive and " $ spacious wardrobe with shelf at too and deep hanging space inside. The : dressing table has two long drawers and an adjustable circular mirror. The .... ..pedestal cupboard conforms to .moder n furnishing ideas, and the oval cheval imirror is very large and handsome. The bedstead, which is full size, har- ? *,monises with the design of the suite. -t Price for the Five-piece Suite, well constructed in Oak, and nicely i . ,-*&lt;-,, * .-= polshe tcL i t I ' All our goods are marked at the FURNITURE 'lowest plain figure price for cash, but TWe specialise in this style of Furm extended terms of payment may be .ture, and in...
Melbourne Movements [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923
Melbourrne Movements Expected Arrivals.-Cbinkoa. from Calcutta; Junee. from.Newcastle; Aagtekerk, from Rot t-rdam; Devon City, from New York; Cape May, from New York. Projected Departurs.-Waiatapu_, for Van couver! and San Francisco. Arrived Today-(-hrcades, from Sydney; Dio genes, .from Sydney:; Booral, from Antwerp; Victoria, from Hong Kong; Waimate, from Montreal. Arrived-Yesterday.-Wyreema, tr . Cairns; hestor, from Gisoagow. .
Collieries Take Toll Gas Explosion Causes Eight Deaths BODIES FRIGHTFULLY DISFIGURED LONDON, July 29. [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923
Collieries ITa e 1o Gas Explosion a uses ? ht Deaths .BODIES FRIGHTFULLY; 'DISFIGURED r (REUTER'S.) 9 LONDON, July 29. Followihgng the report of the death Of 28- miners as the result of.an explosion at .the Mlalthy colliery, near Rotherham, Ydrkshire, comes news of eight persons being killed and two seriously injured in an explosion at the Gartshore col liery, near Kilsyth, Stirlingshire, Scot land. Twel'e men were in the pit bricking in a large area when an explosion of gas wrecked the work. (UNITED SERVlcE.) LONDON, July 29. The cause of the explosion is not yet clear. A blinding flash came without warning. Seven ,men were killed out right and thle eiglith died on the way to the hospital. --. . The dead were so disfigured that the' were identifiable only by their clothing. Owing to the accumulation of dan gerous gas, which later blew out thq ventilating doors of thre shafts,' the rescue parties were forced to withdraw from the Maltby main colliery. . All hope has been abandoned. T...
WATERSIDE WORKERS FINED Successful Appeal To High Court EMPLOYERS' ASSOCIATION ORDERED PAY COSTS [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923
Succe??ful Appea To ligh Court EPLOYERS' A:SSOCIATION ORDERED PAY COSTS Dr. Jethro Brown., in the Indu trial Court,"early this year fined the Port Ade laide. Branch -of the Waterside- Workers' Federation £10 and £100 costs on the complaint of Frederick William. Vasey, secretary of the. Employers, of Maritime Labor Association, for continuing a strike bV.affirming a resolution pased by. the amssociatibri that. on and after-.May, 1922, mnemnibers would offer 't.hemselves at pick up-places at.-Port Adelaide f6o two hours in. the niorning oily.- The federation appealed to the Supreme Court, which re versed the decision. Then Vasey appealed to the High Court. and that tribunal ruledj that the Supreme Court had no jurisdic tioh. In the Industrial Court this morn iln Va-,,v was ordered topay the federa tion £100 in costs. APPEAL AFTER -CONVIOTION.. The special case was stated for the Su preme Court after the conviction of the federation had -been recorded, arid the Court reversed it. Speci...
TODAY'S SHIPPING COASTAL AND OVERSEAS [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923
TODAY'S. S8HIPPING COASTAL AND OVERSEAS Tides at Semaphore Tomorrow.--Low water, 10.40 a.m.; high water, 4.40 p.m. TO-DAY'S ARRIVALS. AT PORT ADELAIDE. Orvicto, R.M.S. (Orient,) 12,133, A. L. Owens, London via intermediate ports. M. I. Anderson & Co., agents. Pleiodone, oil tank, 5,819, Cole, Singapore. British Imperial Oil Company,. agentstl Kooringa, s., 339, Tasmania. A. & E. Le Messurier, agents. lion Baron, S. McConval, Newcastle. J. Darling & Son, agents. Durenda, s., 7,241, Wilson, New York. Eldor, Smith &. Co., agents. Warrawee. s... 413. Fdithburbgh Juno, s., 241,; Stansbury. TODAY'S DEPARTURES. FROM PORT ADELAIDE. Aagtekerk, s.. eastern States. Cantara, s., Sydney and Newcastle. :o ~ IMPORTS. Orvieto, London--00 tons general cargo. Kooringa, Tasmania-Full cargo timber. Pleiodone, Singapore-Part cargo oil. Iron Baron, Newcastle-1,000 tons steel and pig iron. CDurenda, New York-32,300 tons general cargo. SVESSELS DUE. INTERSTATE. Lady Isabel, ...
ENGLISH ACTORS ARRIVE Alfred Frith Among Them [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923
ENGLUiH ACTORS ARRIVE Alfred Frith Among Them deveral theatricid artists are travelling to tile easterli States by the iR...S. Or vieto, which arri\ved iat the Outer lHarbor this afterr'oon. These include Miss Ada Reeves, who has been on a holiday visit to England; Mr. Alfred Frithi, the weil known comediani, and his wife; Mr. and Mrs. Harold P'earce, who have come from England under an engagement to ). C. \Williamson Limited; and .Miss lilorence Smithsonl. the we!l-known English actress;, and her husband, Mr. MeCain. Mr. Frith said he hdd been to :ngland with his wife, whose stage name is Miss Luey Creenhil, a Melbourne girl, on a holiday tours tOl~l'i "1 hadul been away from home for 18I years," lie said, "and as my parents are in the autumn of life, I made the trip expressly vJ see them." lie is appearing in "The C:bra Girl" at Sydney on August 25, after which he will appear in another musical comedy. "Whirled to Death." In London he visited 120 plays. He said things theatrical t...
STANDING MOTORS Medical Men's Difficulty CAR BADGE SUGGESTED [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923
STANII MOTORS Medical Men's Difficulty CAR BADGE SUGGESTED \Vhen thle Adelaide City Couicil met this atternoon, 1.T. Angts Johnson asked Mir. Lewis Cohen (Lord Mayor): - (1) Is your Lordship aware that the eatuse in tne street tLrafic by-law, which mlakcs it an offence to leave a motor car in the street ulnattenaed for more than thirty minutes, deals harshly with medical men, whose duty it is to ac minister anaesthetics in dental, con finement, and other cases, when undue haste may lead to serious, if not fa.tai, result.,s? (2) Do you know that doctors have been fined, and in some cases more thai once, for exceeding the time limit by only a few-iniu.tes? (3) TWould your Lordship recommend that medical men be supplied with fI? distinctive mark attached to their cars, relieving them from the liability the clause imploses, Mr. Cohen replied that he had no r'..?:;on to think that the by-law re-. ferrcd to, which was enLwrcecu maly ha the more important business streets, wa.s likely to l...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923
GREAT .WINTER AL~E~ Monday's Offerings bring further opportunities for economical buyers to stock up while the SAVINGS ARE SO STUPENDOUS. A pound saved is a pound earned. You've just to plant a pound here to reap a heaping MONEY's WORTH. The Say ings presented by MOORE'S METHlODs OF MERCHANDIS ING merit your most careful consideration always. Look at the SAVINGS shown here. They are not fictitious, but solid and sound. Come in Today. MEET ME AT THE STAIRCASE BARGAINS MONDAY. Men's Black .ox Derby Bals, a real I :d, solid leather Boot, st'ung picked soles, a useful boot for tramway or railway wear or anywhere, siZL.a 6 to 10. Usual price 13/9. Meet Me at the Stair= case, Price 12/9 Pair Boys' Black Box Derby Boots, a rattling good boot for school wear, being one of the best lines we have handled. Excellent satisfaction in these, as they are guaranteed long wearers. Sizes 13, 1. 2, 3, 4. 5. Usual price 13/9. "Me at the Staircase Price, 11/9 Pair. /1l1 Cheviot Serge for 5/11 yard. 54-I...
BUSINESS MAN SENTENCED Steals Umbrella Worth 10/ MELBOURNE, Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923
BUSINESS IMAN SENTEHNCED Steals Umbrella Worth 10/ MELBOURNIE, Today. Alfred James Maxwell, a partner in the firm of 'Hale & Maxwell, ware housemen, of Flinders lane, was sen tenced in the City Court to-day. to seven days' imprisonment for ha-v1g stolen an umbrella valued at 30/ from the warehouse of Robert Reid & Co., Flinders lone. • Maxwell went in to the warehouse, and while an employe was showing a lady a line of umbrellas he walked out of the building with one. For the defence it was stated that immediately acused reached the street his first impuls was to gt back and place the umbrella from where he had taken it.
SEPTEMBER SHOW Entries This Week [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923
SEPTEMBER SHOW Entries This Week In view of the beneficial rains this season the country is in good heart. The resu3t of this should be seen at the Royal Agricultural .Society's Live Stock Show, which takes place in Sep tember at the North terrace Exhibition Buildings and Grounds. It is anticipated that especially in the cattle and sheep sections the entries will be heavy. Committees are pro ceeding with the arrangements. Entries for produce from one farm, district competition; a~nd agricultural produce close Wednesday. General entries, wvhich close Friday, include cattle, sheep, wool, fat stock, horses (heavy,- .roadster, and .blood), : swinei ?oultry, pigeons, dogs, cats, dairy pro duce -and appliances, agricultural machinery, South Australian industries and manufadtures, school children's competition, logchopping, sheaftossing, and horseshoeing competitions.
LOVE'S ROCKET FALLS Wife Granted Divorce PARSON WHO TURNED ACTOR MELBOURNE, Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923
LOVE'S ROCKET FALLS Wife Granted Divorce PARSON WHO TURNED ACTOR MELBOURNE, Today. Describing the respondent as a. man of weak character and incompetent habits, M1r. Justice Mann, in the Divorce Court today, granted Dorothy Violet Love, of Toorak road, South Camber well, a decree nisi for the dissolution of he rmarriage with Francis Stanley Love, formerly a minister of the Church of England. Mr. Love, who is an Englishman, came to Australia in 1912. le was or dained in St. Andrews' Cathedral, Syd ney, by Archbishop Wright. For nine years he had charge of various parishes in Bathurst, .Melbourne, and WVanga ratta. Love- was a chaplain in the A.I.F. He resigned from th9 church last year, and went on the stage, and is now appearing with "Rockets," the Hugh Ward attraction, at the Palace Theatre. Mrs. Love, a handsome brunette, with beautiful eyes, and a typically English complexion, is 27 years of age. Love is four years her senior.
CHARM OF BAY WINDOW Casements Require Care PREVENTING DAMPNESS [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923
CHARM OF BAY WINDOW Casements Require Care PREVENTING DAMPNESS From the outside the bay window I1 characterised by a pleasing interest, and gives relief to the flatness of a facade. In an interior it adds to the size and appearance of the room, Int parting to it a certain distinction and lightness not easy to obtain by other mnens. The casement window (writes B. ('. W'oods in "Building") seems to suit the bay far better than any other, and, in spite of it being nearly a structural im tpossibility to keep water and draughts out, it holds an frresistible attraction to architects. Casements, however, raequire careful treatment in such ex posed positions as window bays, especially those opening outwards, and whether the jamba and mullions are hinged at the top or at the sides, they should be grooved, the grooves being so' placed tlhat any wet that does get into them runs down and discharges on tO the weathered part of the sill. It is. well to see that the exposed parts of casement frame...
SALE OF VODKA Authorised By Russia FORCED BY LACK OF FINANCE [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923
SALE OF VODKA Authorised By Russia FORCED BY LACK OF ' FINANCE Restoration of the reign of Vodka. with the Communist Government acting openly as caterers in manufacturing and retailing full-strength liquor to all, is predicted for this autumn. The Govern mnent, though pretending to tolerate the sale only of beed and wine and aline of 20 per cent. liquors and aperitifs, already is making and selling alcohol in defiance of its announced principle (says a special message to the Boston "Evangelist"). The Foreign Office de nies this, but your correspondent has talked to an employe of a Cotton Island distillery who knows. Abandonment of the campaign against drink--one of the best-talking points of Bolshevist protagonists throughout the world--iS distasteful to many good Communists of the old line. The Bolshevists are against the return of vodka as a concession to bourgeois palates, and the world-wide party rules requiring Communists to be almost total abstainers is for no other pur pose t...
CHOOSING TO BE UGLY [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923
CHOOSING TO BE UGLY '"'o be a really distinguished woman, it is best to be ugly." So say the 1French. But, then, in France no woman ns ugly unless she chooses. And to choose deliberately to be ugly is al ready a distinction (writes Elizubeth Mare in "The Daily ?Mail"). Prettincss and plainness in France are not reckoned by English standards. 'The Englishman looks at the face; the Freuchman at the line arid type. The Englishman judges a woman by her small talk or her hobbies. A French. man cares no more for those things than for the silver casket that holds the jewel. He loves intelligence; ana he pays homago to a woman's soul. JIence the Frenchwoman who would be distinguished often deliberately avoids the temptation to be beautiful. Beauty would place her in a false light. She chooses to be ugly. Plainness is I)re lerred as a foil to intelligence. But a woman is not only "distinguished" by artistic or scientific gifts. She may be distinguished as a leader of society or 1fashion. And...