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AUSTRALIAN HURDLE. [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923

AUSTRALIAN HURDLE. Three miles and a half, less 92 yards. B•errinbo, 1 11; Roisel, 11 :i; Pistolier, 10 11; Les Paddington, 10 9: Beadoc. 10 9; Jack staff, 0 0; Amazonia, 10 4: Chrysostom, 10 4; MIyownbay, 10 4: Loja, 10 2; Niepe, 10 1: Dunwil, 9 12; Gulyarri, 9 0; Mazax, 9 0; Lord Benz, 9 0.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PENNY SECTIONS IMPOSSIBLE. [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923

PENNY SECTIONS IMPOSSIBLE. The Adelaide City Clouncil received ;a letter from the Municipal Tranmwayl s Truist today stating that it would be impossible to revert to penny sections on the trams.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LATE MARKETS INTERSTATE MARKETS. SYDNEY, Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923

-- IIII~ l LATE MARKETS INUTBRSTATE MAR KETh. SYDNEY, Today. Butter, 224/ cwt. Cheese, prime loaf, to 1/5; large, to 1/3½; special, to 1/5 lb. Eggs-Newlaid, hen, 1/10; duck, 1/9; pul let, 1/i doz.> hen. 1/8. Bacou-Sides, 1/ to 1/1%; flitches, lid. to ]/; middles, 1/3 to 1/4; shoulders, 8½d. to 10d. Flour, £11 ton. Brand and pollard, each £7 10/ ton. Pota toes (Tasmanian), Broownell's, £16: snow flakes, £15 a ton. Onions, £6 10/ ton.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SELKIRK WILL CASE Settlement Reached MELBOURNE, Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923

SELKIRK WILL CASE Settlement Reached MELBOURNE. Today. In the First C'ivil Court today Mir. TV. Hi. Bryant, K.C., announced that at set tlemcunt had been reached between ihe parl es concerned in the Selktirk will case. The special terms of settlement were not disclosed-

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WEATHER IN BRIEF [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923

WEATHER IN BRIEF The disturbance which passed across the State yesterday brought general rain soutll from Marree. Although many tails were only light, in each district there were sonime moderate amounts of halt an inch, and at one or two places in the Mount Lofty Ranv.s and lower North the registrations exceedel an inch. The highest points were at Glenl Osmiond (1~G points;, Caltowle (L33 points), Mlltcha, (122 points), and St. Peters (1L0 poinis). The disturbance also brought general rain In Victoria, New South Wales, and the souti ern parts of Queensland, and many gaugin; were moderate to heavy in the eastern. Srates. MIr. E. Dromiley (State Meteorologist) stated this morning that there were inuications of, another low pressure wavc south of Albany. Further showers were therefore likely ovwr the settled parts of South Australia, with north-west :o south-west winds and squally condtions on the coast. The oljicial forecasts issued today were: bouth AujsTalia.--nbowet s over tile ceu...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ON 'CHANGE This Afternoon's Sales [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923

'ON 'CHANGE This Afternoon's Sales Bank of Adelaide. £8f 4/ (odd lots). Adelaide Electric Rights, £6 16/ (odd lots). Melbourne Electric, ord., 27/9. Gawra. 25/3 (odd lots). Bennett & Fisher, 18/9. Commonwealth Loan, 4½ Per Cent., 1927, £97 10/. Commonwealth £10 Bond, 4½% Per Cent., 1925. £9 14/6. Broken Hill Junction, 3/1. Zinc Corporation, ord., 10/9. Hansel Mundy, con., 8½d. Lake View .and Star, 2/9½. Mararoa, con., 1/10½. Mutooroo, con., 5/4, 5/5, 5/8, 5/3, 5/4, 5/, 5/6, 5/5. Mutooroo (paid), 5/6. !ves' Reward, con.. 7d. Brown's Reward, 1/9. Golden Victory, 2d.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Latest Motor Registrations [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923

Latest Motor Registrations Folhwing is the latest list of registered motor vebk-les: 2~32.3--Carl Willijn Theodor tiekebusch, Salis bury Quarrices, 22.5 Ford. ?2?24-W-'¶ter Garnet Mitchell, Williamnstow, 8-.5 Ford. n_?i--Ourtin & Curtin, 6 Shipeter street, Tor lensvile, _2.5 Ford,. 2263---rnest Thomas, Ltd., 37 Ao?gas street, 22.3 Ford. ?3741--James l Manficld, Fullarton road, Upper Mitchamr. 21.7 Chevrolet. ?";l--Fvaank Norman MLeod, 16 John street, Ea'twood, 2.5 Abbott. 2329-UIL I~mnett & Sons, Dunrobi;x street, Forestville, 22.4 Thoroycreft. :i'?j-Vietor Carl lirt.ch, Leigh Oreek Station, via fl-'lev, 27.3 Rtidwk. 2231-Aleve.oder Stnrk, Kadina, 3 i Maxwell. .332--Harold Stanley Raudel, {eath's road, Warradale, 2.8 Dodge. ?-3 -Preak Itoward, ILtrdy's road, Torreus ril!e. 22.5 Ford. 2341--a? c-s Lewis very, Magill road, Magill, T7. Pwynne. 225%3--HIarry Mendelson, Grenfell street, 21 Maxwell. 05G'.?-S.A. Farmers' ?3-Operative Union, Ltd., Eranklin street, 21 Maxwell...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LOAFING ROUND CITY Two Days To Leave [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923

LOAFING ROUNID CITY Two -Days To .Leave:?. `-4--- Arrested on a charge of having in sufficient lawful means of support. Clif ton J. Gore was orderad a month's im prisonment by Mr. Sabine. P.M., in the Adelaide Police Court this morning, but was given two days' to leave the city. It was learned during the course of i Detective-Sergeant Allchurch's cross examination that Gore had not yet paid the £1 12/ fine imposed upon him on June 13 for drunkenness. In ex planation he said that money for it had been sent to MIr. Pavia. of North Adelaide. and he had not worried fur ther about it. Mr. Sabine advised himrn to pay the fine promptly. CGore was not backward when Plain clothes-Constables Sheridan and Pett man asked him on Wednesday evenign about his mode of living. "If you give me a chance I'll be all right," he told them, and then added. "Lend me a hbob to go out to North Adelaide. And I could do with a cup of coffee, too." The constables bought him a cup of coffee, and gave him the shil...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GOOD WORK DONE Earl Reading Pleased INDIAN LEGISLATURE CLOSED SIMLA, July 29. [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923

li OD 0II N,? E Earl Reading Pleased INDIAN LEGISLATURE CLOSED (REUTER'S.) SIMLA, July 29. The Earl of Reading (Viceroy of In dia), in proroging the session of the Indian Legislature, reviewed the sonti achievements of the term, and empha sisted the fact that the Legislature nad become a. mirror of Indian opinion ia all matters of importance. The reten tion of emergency powers was esseniaj, especially at the present stage of consti eomfgencyrpowersoi -Aeittse wsaenlnetsh tutional (leve4opmenllt, but happily theni uses htad been ralv. -eferring to the certificaton of the a? ut, tu, e Vie,-eroy pleaded bor lioerty of conscience to hlunOSef as he hadi al lowed the sanme to the Asiscmblly. It had been snown by subshlqent? evcnt tnat his action was justitied. He acknowledged the conditions and solid support of tilhe Legislature in the lmlaiblteCll'Alllee o0 law alld ordler, anld il luding to the Kenya decision, which camle to hinm and the Go\ernmnent as a greoat inid sever'e disappointme...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Alleged Theft of Motor Tube [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923

Alleged Theft of Motor Tube A Temand until Friday was granted this morn ing to Sub-Inspector Noblet in the Port Ade laide Police Court by M3r. G. W. ialcombe, S.M,, in the case in which Jacob Gill, a middle-aged man, of AJlerton. was clharged withl having un lawfully stolen, at the Outer 'lHiarbor, a motor car tube valued at £2 1/, ithe property of Ed mund Wiiilnam Iihdd. Gorden Stanley Gunn, and Samuel WHlon, trading as WYiliial HIudd and Co.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MOTOR AND SULKY Collision At Henley [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923

MOTOR AND SULKY Collision At Healey A motor car and a sulky collided in front of the Henley and Grange Town Hall at 8 o'clock Saturday night. The car was driven by Mr. J. Richards, jun., of Henley Beach, and the sulky by Mr. R. Caveson. of Albertton. There were four people in the car, and a man, woman, and child in the sluky. No one was injured. The radiator of the car was split open and the windscreen broken. The shafts and the splashboard of the sulky were broken. The horse was slightly cut.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FRANCE SUSPICIOUS Believes Germans Massing (UNITED SERVICE.) LONDON, July 29. [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923

FRANCE SUSPICIOUS -4--~---- Believes Germans Massing - 4- (UNITED SERVICE.) LONDON, July 29. A French report declares that troops held up a lorry at jarmen containing three. officers and 20 non-commissioned ollicers, all in uniform, #hi declared they belonged to a German regiment stationed at Elberfeld, which is only two kilometres from the Frenich advanced post at Sonnberg. 'T'he F'rench suspect there is a large force there and (hat it is a direct violation of the Verseailles T'reaty, which prohibits the mainte nance of German troops within five kilometres of the left bank of the Rhine.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
DOCKERS TO RETURN Majority In Favor LONDON, July 29. [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923

DOGKERS TO RETURN Majority In Favor REUTER'S.) LONDON, July 29. By a large majority. the Hull dockers, at a meeting held to-night, decided to return to work tomorrow.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LAWSON'S ULTIMATUM Threatens To Resign MELBOURNE, To-day. [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923

LAWSOLI'S ULTIMAITUM Threatens To Resign ME?BOURNE, To-day. At a reception at the Town Hall,the State Premier (Mr. Lawson), who re turned from England today, said that he would not oontinue to lead the Government unless there was absolute concord and unity in it.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BROOKES SATISFIED Australians In Good Form MELBOURNE, Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923

BROOKES SATISFIED Australians In Good Form MELBOURNE, Today. "Australia's performance today is very satisfactory. The scores indicate: that our tam has not yet been fully ex tended," said Mr. cNorman Brooks this morning, commenting on the success of: Anderson and Hawkes in the doubles: match against Hawaii. "The miatches? suggest that the Australians are in good form. The forthcoming tussle with: Japan will no doubt prove a stiff one. If our iP-nm ,e successful there annd also against France cr Spain, which ever wins the European competition, itt should have a good fighting chance inj the challenge round." Mr. Brookes remarked that the Span ish team against France was~ not repre sentative, since Alonzo, who had beaten Tilden. was in America. He con'idered if France won the match against Spain: Austr:alia's chances should be imprnved. Otherwise the Spanish team would be, immeasurably strengthened in Amrnericai by the inclusion of Alonzo.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
COAL DISPUTE Prospects Brighter CONFERENCE TODAY SYDNEY, Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923

IOAL. DISPUTE Prospects Brighter -.----- CONFERENCE TODAY SYDNEY, Todayr. Prospects are bright lor the resumption of work at nost o the mines in New South Wales on W.ednesday. Representatives of'the colliery owners and- miners are to confer late this after noon on the trouble at Pelaw 3LMain caused by the introduction of- the Sullivan coal cutting machines. M1r. Justice Edmonds was to have acted as arbiter, but he wasl unable to attend the Clourt this morning owing to an attack of influenza. He sent a statement suggesting a settlement whichi is to be discussed by the authorities. The Redhead colliery men wil present themselves for work on Wednesday on. the conditions prevailing before the stoppage. They will not be allowed to begin on those conditions. As a result they will claim a lock-out and call upon the Arbitration Couri't to take up the-dispute.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SCRAP ISLINGTON! Reconstruct At The Port REQUEST FROM SEASIDERS [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923

SCRAP ISINGGTON! Reconstruc t At The Port REQUEST FROM SEASIDERS Scrap the railway workshops at! Islington and reconstruct them at Porti Adelaide was the request of a deputa, tion of Port Adelaide residents which waited on the Acting Commissioner of Pulic Works (Mr. Pascoe) to-day. "As the Government proposes to spend nearly a quarter of a million pounds on re-modelling the Islington workshops," said Mr. J. L. Price, M.P., "we thing that money should be spent to the best advantage. That could be done by removing the works to the requests were granted a huge saving would be effeccted in haulage charges on co;al and raw materia!s. especially sine. the in ftTecting its proposed alterations at Islington is making provision. to rope Witn requirements a hundred ye"a rs thead. "No more suitabel site could be found than Port Adelaide. Neatrly all the big undertakings in the State are g'raduall i . at!ngn to, the waterfront. where facilij ties are more readily obtainable than l JblancL' "As ...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SYDNEY STOCK EXCHANGE [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923

SYDNEY STOCK EXCHANGE SYDNEY, Today.-£100 bonds, 4½, 1925, £97 :5/: !!·,.197,. £9718/9, £97 17/6; 5½'s, £100 !7/6; G's, 1930, £102 12/6; £10 bonds. 4½. 1925, £9. 14/3; 4. 1927. £9 15/3; Bawra, 15/4½,; Beale oref., 21/6; Beard Watson, 17/3; Fairyniead, 22/9;, Garratt's,, 13/9, 13/10: Peel riau, 31/9, new 31/: Wilcox, 28/7A; Caledo nian; :326: -Morganeo, 13 /4; New Guinea, 13/10: British, 21/7½; Hills, 26/10; South (6 weeks), 44/3; Electrolytic Zine, 30/3; South Lucknow, 2/; paid, 7d.; Kanlunting, 36/.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CHURCH ADVERTISING Success at Fitzroy [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923

CHURCH ADVERTISINI Success at Fitzroy Does church advertising Dav? To determine the answer by such practical means as have been adouted by Rev. R. G. Nichols, vicar of St. Mark's. Fitzroy, Victoria, required courage and determination at least. Fitzroy's people are not noted for 'hurchjroing. The present vicar of S Mark's was faced with the difficult problem of a dead parish, a dilapidated church, a congregation that varied frcm 8 to 50, an indifferent people, and little money. Rev. R. G. Nichols was comparatively unknown, although his academic status is equal to that of any of the clergy in the church. He decided very early that unusual methods must be taken to combat an unusual situation. He de termined on a course of publicity, ar guing that if it was right to advertise to make money, it was right to adver tise to do good. H believes that if a church is to win and hold customers it must put al its goods in its front windows. WVONDERFUL COHANGES. In the six months this unconvention...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SKULLS IN ASIA 5,000,000 Years Old EXPLORERS FIND (UNITED SERVICE.) NEW YORK, July 29. [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923

SKULLS iN ASIA 5,000,000 Years Old EXPLORERS FIND (UNFI.ED SERVICE.) NEW YORK, July 29. MIr. Roy Aridrews, leader of the Asiatie Expedition, oi behalf of the American .Museum of Natural History, reports from Gobi Desert, Mongolia, the discovery of herbiferous dinasaurs 30 ft.long. He adds: -"The bones are well preserved and are at least 5,000,000 years old, according to the geological strata. The skull of a giant rhinocerous en?ased in rock showed it had been buriedl 3,000,000 years ago.' "Mongolia." Mr. Andrews says, "is the greatest fnssil field in the.world. It would require 100 years' exploration. The exist ence of oic land connection between Asia and North America has been unquestion-. ably established."

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