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Shopbreaking in Suburbs [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923
Shopbreaking in Suburbs Two further cases of shopbreaking were reported to the Kilkenny police ron Sunday night. Chocolates and ciga rettes were taken from Mr. J. J. Bar low's shop at West roydon. Mr. J. A. Nelson's butcher's shop was entered and 2/5 stolen from the till, which was broken open.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923
i·: d?~p ~ ~~fI ,. . , . FOR THE PRICE OF ONE SChance to SSave by E· YY~ Spending ,?~ We have just landed a big shipment "-of our famous Indigo Dye Heavy weight Serge, at a special price, and have decided to give our customers t"he c-,nefit of this temporary drop tx. prike, Vie., trousers to easure MAW'.] Te "tO-1t E!NTIRE SATIS FACTION IN OI'R OWN WORKROOMS, ON TI-ll PREMISES. BY EXPERTS. THI-fS LINE 'S MOST SIRVICEABLE T' " FOR RAILWAYMN, &c. TO Measure ~'4= S A Happy BleBn d I :L, C Umfort and Stye Is embodied in every SBruce Every Suit is made in Our Own Workrooms, on the Premises, under the Direct Supervision of one uf our Tailoring Exiperts, and Every Ctre is Taken to . Ensure 'Perflct Fitting Garments, Made in a Styleo to Please Even the Most ,F'asti SO ur Special Range of New Seasons - 72/8 i-::'Suitings 7 ., JIN ALL SHADES AND DESIGNS, MADE TO ?* ?'OUR .MI:ASCHE AT'[ O, EAUIFA................. COUNTRY CLIENTS CAN DEPEND UPON S Teir Orders Rr-eoiving Every Attention....
WOMAN'S WORLD SOCIAL CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923
~omA~y :N~'SJL K SOCIAL CALENDAR Juy 31, S.30 p.m.-Young Matrv?s' Dance, Palais Royal. July 31, 8.30 p.m.-Norwood Football Club Ball, Norwood Town Hall. August 1, 3 p.m.-lProt Daraley !'aylor'p Lecture on "The League .of Nations," Rochai bite Hall. August 2, 8.30---Royal S.A. Yacht $quadroz Ball. Palais Royal. August 3, 8,.l--Committee Dance, Osborne Hall. August 6. 2.30-Mrs. A. A. Scarfe's Bridgae Grazid Central. August 8, &-Teachers' College Ball, lhibi tiou. August 13, 8--Alfred de Musset's "Un Caprice," The Groevenor. August 17, 8.0--Blue-and-Whito Dance, O0 borne Hall. August 18,-A.R.C. Meeting, Victoria Park. August , &4~5--Mrs. Dudley Turner and Mrs. VWalter Duncan's Dance, Osborne Hall. August 24, 3--Fete in aid of Parish IHalli Walkervlle Hall. August 30, 7.30--Artillery Ball, Osborne Hall.
TATTERSALLS CUP AFTERMATH [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923
TATTERSALLS CUP AFTERMATH As scon as it became known that the Vie-; torian trainer, James Scobie, intended to brin-! across Bitalli for Tattersalls Cup, the fou. vear-old October gelding imnediately3- smCd the role of favorite for the "two-miler.' Throughout last week the visitor had dne everything asked of him in his wor~k?. and in view of his performances on the other side the race certainly appeared to be at his mnercy. IHughie Cairs, Australia's champion all--ound, horseman, was engaged to ride the ex-i,'dnes lerformer, and upon his arrival in Adelaide on Thur1day morni-v. he immnediatelv preed-ed-l: to headquarters to ride Bitalli in his final gal p. The horse gal'oped cxcep: mnt':y wt;1, mmd when pulled up Cairns stated he was quite Eatisfied that his mount would win Tattersalls r~ichly endowed evenit. At the course on Saturday the majerit-; of backers were of the amne opinion a.- Cairrs, and Bitalli was sent out a warm favorite. Of the sum of £4-i.870 5/ invested in the total...
APPRENTICES [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923
APPRENTICES The committee of Tattersall's Club deserves commendation for the manner in which it caters for apprenticed riders. At practically every meeting an event is placed on the pro gramme in which only apprentices are allowed to ride, and thus many lads are afforded an opportunity to be seen underl silk. Although there are not a great number of apprentices in this State, yet half of ~them only receive the chance to ride in a race when the event is confined only to apprentices. Naturally, wherever possible, owners and trainers are always anxious to secure the services of the best available jockeys for their horses, and the result is that apprentices are nearly always passed over. That fact, to a certain extent, is responsible for the "backwardness" of ap prentices in this State. There is nothing like the real experience to help aspiring jockeys to learn their' profession, and the more races they rid@e?n the better they learn to handle the horses entrusted to their care. F. Richa...
STIRRING FINISH [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923
STIRRING FINISH A thrilling afternoon's sport was fittingly concluded with an exciting finish at uuor Sphettville on Saturday. T~r.nvy-e run ers faced the starter in the Bahnoral HIan dicap, and whilel the favourite, Abbevilfle, I'was always within touch of the leaders, the Comedy King mare Stage Queen, for at least half the journey, seemed buried in the ruck. However. just before the distance was reached Stage Queen could be espied making a bril liant run, and her rider, Tolley, set out hot foot in pursuit of Abberille, which had oiut paced the rest of the opposition. Veale on Abbeville was fully alive to the situation, and he rode his mount for all he was worth: but in every stride Stage Queen gained ground, and by the time the finishing line was reached Abbevil!e was only a short head in advance of her rival. It was a stirring finish, and the specta tors were worked up to a high pitch of excite ment by the spirited struggl ein which both horse and rider put forth every ounce of s...
A.R.C. "NATIONALS" WEIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923
A.R.C. "NATIONALS" WEIGHTS Weights for the A.R.C. Grand National were declared this morning as follows: GRAND NATIONAL HURDLE RACE. Run Saturday August 13. Tbout two miles and a half. st. lb. st. Ib. Roisol .. .. 12 2 I Wychinga .... 9 5 Pistolier ..1111 Fastaway ....9 3 Minchinbury .. 1l10 TO Monopolist .... 9 2 Myownbay .... 11 7i Peace Dove .... 9 2 Chrysostom .... 11 5 Prince Rosalind 9 2 Lord Saxon .. 11 5 Tontiila'. .... 9 2 Stagefright .... 11 , Miramichi .... 9 1 Dunwil ...... 10 12 Simon Castle .. 9 1 Argosy Boy .. 10 11 I unahine King .. 9 ) Adavale ..... 10 11 Carribie ...... 9 0 St. RoseLand .. 10 11 Dundalk...... 9 0 Gulyarri...... 10 10 fCarbadine .. 9 0 Shcldrake .. .. 10 1i Goldenform .... 9 0 Pronzillet ... 10 7 Kalanna .. 9 0 Cattelo .. .... 10 7 Loantona .. 9 0 Comic Knight.. 10 ' Miss Earlston .. 9 0 MIelbolt ...... 10 5 M.ymusume .... 9 0 Socratea.... 10 4 Ntcholander .... 9 0 Rlack Rogue .. 10 0 No Cbop ...... 9 O Cloud Lad .. 9 12 Peremal ......9 0 Sarah Curra...
STILL THE MONOGRAM [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923
STILL THE MONOGRAM The monogram is still used as a decoral ive feature on your clothes. Sometimes it is your own monogram fhat you choose. Somnetimes it is a few Chineese symbols having a good luck meaning. Sometimes it Is mtrely a conventiontlised monogram not com posed of letters, but of lines. At all events, or in aniy event, this decorative stitching is enclosed in a square, oval, round, or diamond shaped frazme. Soriietimes it appears on the pleeve of a sport blouse, just as a Iman's monogram is embroidered on his shirt sleeve. Somnetimes it is placed on the blouse pocket. Sometimes on a little tab made for the purpdse just .below the line of the deep V-opening. This decorative monogram may be worked in the color of tne blouse or min a contrasting color. In either case it is effective,
WHEN CHILDREN TRAVEL [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923
WHEN CMILDREN TRAVEL I It is a!l excellent idea to provide Seven the youngest members of your household with individual travel;ing bags and boxes. Much time is saved wLvten it comes to unpack if ins~rtd of ha\'nin the possessions of the entire family spread through four or tive trunks and boxes, each individutal down to wee baby possess a specigl t?rnk or bag. Children old enough to take notice of these things are much belefited by possessing their owni traveiling bgge. IThey take much better care of their thiUugs when travelling if they realise that thep have their individual l)ags. A. goud idea is to have for cach child _a nmall wicker or matting suiteasc, marked iit;h his or her initials. 'This serves as an excellint overnight bag',. In it should contain, when taking ~. long trip, toilet accessories, a change of un derthing. and night clothes. Etach child should be made to feel a SresIpolcuibility for his own tag, and in case it is necessary he should have to carry his owvn. B3y ...
ANGLICAN. [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923
AXNGCLI CAN. 'Lhe Bishop of Adelaide (iHight trev. Dr. 'I Ihuoma? is visitinii tie iLiver Mur ray districts.. J:l1e as held ontli nuli tio tervi'es at many c(?entre. In lls evening he wiil conduct szervices at La;nerio, and toi)mrr'ow hle willi edi &lt;#ate Ille l1e. enCIuren of All Saints at. t'li.nar.. He Wv/ll return to tle city duilng tihe v\C-k and win preach at thei -atheluial on .ul , idhy mniorlng. Ilevii ir. c'irnpleil, JB.A., has been a.ppointed reetur of St. Joan's, Mount .'pasati, anli onl Friday evening he will tbe ns'tiuted in that work by the Lialiho of Adelaide. Un .Monday tihe new church at Way vile willt be dedicated under the name uof Jlnuuil. 'ihni cnurch is under the care of the Rcev. J',, 1. Fernie, B.A,, rector ot bt. Augustin's, 'Unley. Tle deiciation ceremony will be performed by ti-e lishop. 'he RJev. H-arold Giles, 3.A., rector of St. John's, Auourn, will begin his duties as rector of St. Aiden's, Lia.rden, nu suc:.;ceion to the Rev. J. C. Haynes, ...
PULPIT AND PEW CONGREGATIONAL. [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923
PILNT AND PEW COXGREGATIONAL. Brougham Place C?ngregationalss areU about to undertake a "'urive" to build up thie Sunday SchooL" Snee the JRev. L. C. 1'arkin, M1.A., assumed the pastorate about e:ghbt months ago, he hias taken a deep in tress; in the young people's branch or the wok. The Sunday School aid lkindergar t:n have been remodelled and enlarged, and the equipment ha.s also been revised and improved. On Saturday afternoon 3Mesdames D). Dixon' and A. Hi. Cockburn performeid Lthe opening ceremony of the schools in the presence of i lar'ge gather The Women's Guild in connection, with t.he Churchil has iuterestcd itscef, and menom berm iit.end to pursue a house-to-house canvai's (, the di:trict to make the Sun da;y S:hool and Kindergarten a vital part of the work of the Chureh. Fir several ycars thile Congregational ('C:urclh a: iienjey Beach has bean taxed to its utmost to provide accommodation for the gruowing congregations. Sunday wail see te cnlmination of over 12 months' wo...
Little Pleasantnesses [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923
Little Pleasantnesses The ,oman who always has trouble w'ith her servants is pretty sure to be the w'oman who hasn't learned the de licate art of paying compJiments. The business matn who fjrequently loses a well-trained stenographer right in the middle of hig busiest season is the manl w ho hasn't learned the knack of let ing his emrnployes know when he is, pleased with their work. The club woman who has the reputation of be. iPg conceited may not as a matte-r .o faet be much of an egotist, but she Serer gives other women the satsfac tion of letting them know that she ad, mires tlheir -nethods as w?ell as her own. And you may be sure that tile teacher who gets the least out of her pupils is the teacher who has ?t Ilearned that it is just as necessary to c drmpliment her children when they do Swell ,as to scold them when the- do Sbadly. It is a knack worth ~acquiring-that Sknack of making the little pleasant speeches and it often does much to ward producing success.
ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923
ROMAN CATHOLIC. Rev. Father E'. Corish, S.J., late Superior of St. Mary's, North Sydney, arrived in Adelaide on Saturday to take charge of St. Ignatius' parish, Norwood, in place of the Rev. Father 1.t O'Dempsey, S.J.. who will leave on Wednesday for Lavender Bay, North Sydney. The Feast of St. Ignatius Loyola, founder of the Society of Jesus, which occurs tomorrow, was celebrated at St. Ignatius' Church. Norwood, on Sun day. High Mass, at which the Arch bishop of Adelaide (Dr. R. W. Spence) presided, was celebrated.
METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923
5METHODIST. Memibers and olficers of the Pirie stlreet \i.ethoJilt Church have ere..ted a memorial window in recognition of the: work performed on behalf of the church by the late Mrs. John Hill, v:ho .was known as the mother of *the i'iric sitret church. Mrs. \V. Prnigelly has also caused a mlnmorial window to be placed in the church to the meniory (f her husband, vwho. was a.n otficer of tile church for i nU.ly yv'ars. 'T'hese windows are situated in the front of the church, and will be un - eilcid ,n Sunday mornin'. The service \wii I e C(c,'duc.ed lby the mIinister, the tev. J. ;. Jenkin, Dr. Burgess, and the HO\l . \V. I. Cann. During June four simultaneous 10 iday nu.isions were in progress, ia '1ethodiist churches in this State. The 1arkside circuit has decided to under taIC a iigger enort, and on Sunday an eva.ngelistic mission, which will last Icr three,. weeks, will begin in thel -'arkside WVest Church. The missoun will be thel product of a co-operative effort on the part ...
CHURCHES OF CHRIST. [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923
ClUTRCHES OF CIHRIST. Pastor B. Tl. Manning, of the Tor ronsville Church of Clrist, left on Mon day to conduct a ten days' mjssiol at Kadina. For some tirge diliculty has been ex Derienced in providing accommodatio2 at the Mile-lnd Church, and Pastbor Manning has utilised the Thebarton. Town ]Hall for special services on Sun day afternoon$ and evenings. The services have been largely attended. Mr. R. N. Finlayson addressed the gather ing yesterdsay afternoon. .1¢mnbera of the church are now endeavoring to raise funds to build a new church.
BAPTIST. [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923
BAPTILST. Yesterday was observed as Young People's Day in the Baptist throughout the State, and special services for chil dren were held. It is hoped that the kindergarten and Sunday school depart anents and the church will receive an impetus toward greater development.
WELCOME! English Teachers Due PLAN OF WELCOME [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923
WHELCOME English Teachers Due PLAN OF WELCOME trainees have entered into an agreement On the Largs Bay, which is due at 10 p.m. tomorrow, there will be the lucky nrmber of 13 yonng and prospective teachers for service in this State. The task of Mr. WV. T. Mc(2ioy (Direc tor of Education) has been to engage 70 students who have served two years in the training colleges of England. These with the department, but it is hoped tha~t the visitors will become fixtures in the service. It was learned today that another batch: of 42 bright young men left England on Friday by the Hobson's Bay. On Wednesday morning the new Eng lish teachers will be welcomed by Mr. T. Pascoe (Minister for Education), Mr. C. C. Charlton (Deputy-Director), Mr. W~\': Bennett (president of the Teachers Union). Miiss Wat~son, MIr. M. Gerlach, and others. They will stay at the Gras venor, and after luncheon will have a little homily from Mr. C'harlton on regu lations, curriculum, and matters of ge:ner:dl interest. In ...
DAY OF REMEMBRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923
DAY OF RIMEM]BRRANCE, Many churhebe of all denominations recognised yesterday as Violet SundMay, and appropriate services of remembrance were held. At the Hindmarsh Congre gational Church Rev. E. V. Sanders conducted a sDecial service in the even. ing, at which the Mayor (Mr. W. E. Dennis), the Town Clerk (Mir. T. Bishop), members of the Hindmarsh Council, returned soldiers, volunteer ir brigade ~nd ambulance, and the ( town band were Dresent. Mr. Sanders Sdelivered an address on "Bravery." In the mjariing -t the Brompton Methodist Church Rev. W. T. Wiltshire pireached from the text "Men who have hazaL.rded their lives."
DARING BOY Twice Bolts For Liberty DETECTIVES' EXCITING CHASE [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923
lBARIN B OY Twice Bolts For Liberty DETECTIVES' EXCITING CHASE One of the most.daring juvenile cr;mi nals that the South Australian police ha.ve tracked down in a 14-yearlold boy. In May last he was convicted of housebr-aking and 'w?s senteced to be detained .arc -ruoklyn Park Reforma tory, but le escaped from that institu tion after having been there for a few days. On Saturday night he -.was arrested by Detecti4e" White and Plainclothes Constablc Gill and handed over to ihe custody of the State Childen's,Depart ment, but. from that place he escaped yesterday afternoon. T:he lad secured his freedom by knocking down a woman attendantl and scaling a O10-ft. wall. Detective White and Plainclothes Constable Gill got hot on his track half an hour latr at Bowden.- The officers began their chase on bicycles after boy, who made for the pughles near by, and, dodging, round these, bolted through backyards and houses, and managed to elude his' ,oursuers. The chase had lasted on hour. The dete...