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SOLICITOR'S DENIAL British Hotel Case PROSECUTION FAILS [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923
SOLICITOR'S DENIAL British Hotel Case PROSECUTION FALLS Mr. Haslam. S.M., in the Adelaide Police Court this morning, dismissed the case against David Clancy. licensee of the British Hotel, Lower North Ade-: laide. The charge , against William Calder was withdrawn. When Clancy was charged on Friday with having supplied liquor during prohibited hours on June 24, Plain clothes-Constable 1W. H. Lindsay stated that MCr. F. G. Hicks, solicitor, had told him that he had advised Clancy to plead guilty. To secure the attendance at the Court of Mr. Hicks the case was ad journed until to-day. Mir. IHicks admitted having had a conversation with Constable Lindsay, but denied having told him that he had advised Clancy to admit the charge. Clancy had consulted him in reference to a former case, but not in regard to the present one. WNhat he had told Lindsay was that had he known as much before as he di dafter the hear in of Clancy's former case, he would have advised him to plead uilty. He had als...
AFFLICTED SOLDIERS "Best Treatment," Says Dr. Page COST NO CONSIDERATION MELBOURNE, Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923
AFFLICTED SOLDIERS "Best Treatment," Says Dr. Page COST NO CONSIDERATION M.ETBOURNE, Today. That the Federal Government intends to hand over the care and control of the mentally afflicted soldiers at Mont Park to the State Lunacy Department was the fear expressed by a deputation which waited on Dr. Earle Page, the Federal Treasurer, today. Dr. Page nromi.sed to consider the re quest, and, in reply, said that the ques tion of cost did not enter into the matter. The Federal Government desired that sol dier mential patients should receive the best possible treatment.
BOWLERS CRITICISED Gambling Every Night Alleged [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923
BOWLERS CRITICISED G ambling Every Night Alleged Discussion took place at this after noon's meeting of the Adelaide City (Council on the .following recommenda tion in the report of the markets and parks committees:- "On the application from the South 'Park Bowling Club, the committee re commend that the use, until the ter mination of the lease, of an area of about a quarter of an acre of land ad joining the clubs ground in Park No. 20, south park lands, on the eastern side, be granted: subject to such land being enclosed with a six-wire fence and a. hedge." Cr. 'ain s-aid that the club provided pleasant recreation for 9S men every Saturday afternoen. Cr. Lundie-And every night in the week there is gambling going on. It is known as "The Lighthouse." Cr. Edwards-How scandalous! The recommendation was agreed to.
OVERWAY BRIDGE [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923
T OVER WAY BRIDGE To consider a proposal of the Muni cipal Tramways Trust to erect an over way bridge over the railway at Mile End for tramway and general traffmic. next Monday week. The erection of the bridge will pro bably mean the closing of the Mile-End i'oad and the formation of a new road through the West Park Lands;
GREATER ADELAIDE CITY COUNCIL Today's Meeting STATE OF FINANCES [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923
-t i i i i .CITY COUNCIL ii Today's Meeting -4-- STATE OF FINANCES Reporting to the Adelaide City Coun I cilthis afternoon, the finance committee stated that the receipts for the period ended July 26 were £71,269 17/10 and the expenditure, £23,929 14/8. There was a credit balance on the general re venue account of- £22.835 3/6. Oif the I£71,269 17/10 city rater amounted to £67,113 0/9. SAFETY ZONES. Cr. McEwin chairman of the Parlia mentary and by-laws committee) .sub mitted the following recommendattorns with regard to safety zones in' the streets. "I suggest that the safety zones be 50 ft. and in some cases 100 ft. in length, by 6 ft. in width from the outer tram rail, and be marked out in the same way as the present zones, a mov able standard similar'to those now in use ir. Grenfell street, to be placed at the end of zones near the intersecting streets in each case.. An alternative, and, possibly, a better course, will be to have 6 ft. of the roadway,'on each side of the tram rai...
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Made By Disabled Diggers Toys For Sale Tomorrow [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923
MRade By Disabled Diggers Toys For Sale Tomorrow Toys made by disabled s0ldiers will be sold tomorrow morniing a ].0 o'clock at the Sold''Irs' Shop, Charles street. Adelaide. Tihe proceeds wvill go towards the upkeep of the sholp. Such work as painting the toys and dressing the dolls is performed by - number of girls, with lMiss 'oris Bt. lock as organiser. They also ma;k some of the artic)s, such as coat hangers. golliwogs, and candle skhades. ' The toys are well mnade and inexpen sive and there is a large variety--holby horses, carts, skittles, anim fils oal wheels, dolls' houses, and pulsh-carts. There i- ajso a millinery estarhlishr nent vwith the latest confeeotions dis played, and a vegetable snop disporting realistic carrots and turnips. For the grown-ups thero is raffia work and leather work of all descrip. tions and hammuocks for hot days. The 8aede flowers are most artisalec.
MONEY, MARKETS, AND MINING COMMERCIAL CABLES Dried Fruits LONDON, July 29. [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923
Y, T , GOMMERCIAL CABLES Dried Fruits LONDON, July 29. Currants were quiet of sale, and transactions are small, but prices are steady, at 69/ to 71/ a -cwt. The:e is only small business in raisins, and the dock strike is restricting trade, in sultanas. CGLCUTTA EXOLHANGE. CALCUTTIA, July 2S. Telegraphic transfers are quoted at 1/3 1.-16, and three months' bills at 1/4 23-32.
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PORT AUGUSTA-HAY NOTHING TO JUSTIFY IT Premiers' Opinion [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923
PORT AUGUSTA-HAY NOTHING TO JUSTIFY IT Premiers' Opinion The Agent-General for Western Aus tralian commehtn in the..English press upon the opposition of Sir Henry Bar well to construct a standard gauge rail way fNm Port Augusta to Hay'. and maintains that it will be of untold benefit to Australia. Sir Henry Barwell. said this morn ing:-"'The attitude adopted by me at the Premiers' Conference was that my Government would not . discuss the question of the Port Augusta to Hay railway -until the Commonwealth had given an undertaking to conlstruct the North-South line i nterms of the agree metnentered into between the Com monwealth and State in 1910. "I did not at the Premiers' Con ference discuss the question of the Port Augusta to Hay railway upon its merits, although I do not mind saying that I see nothing to justify it."
AIR DEFENCE Dispute Causes Anxiety CABINET MUST DECIDE LONDON, July 29. [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923
AlIW BEFEWEE Dispute Causes Anxiety CABINET MUST DECIDE LONDON, July 29. (REUTIIR'S.) Sir Joynson W. Hicks, in a speech at Twickenham, referred to the "grave anxiety" arising from the dispute be tween the Admiralty and the Govern ment regarding the air service. He declared pointedly that the re sponsibiilty of safeguarding Great Bri tain as a last resort rested, not with the Rdmiralty, but with Cabinet. Whhlie it was the duty of the Admirayt and the Army Council to tender advice and to put it in the strQngest way they liked, the ultimate responsibiity 'of the decisoin lay with Cabinet alone.
V.A.T.C. WEIGHTS Melbourne, Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923
VA,T,G, WEIGHTS. Melbourne, Today. CRIMEA TRIAL, seven furlongs.-Isobar, 9 4: Flamberge, 8 13; Thunderer, 9. 3; V,' Void, S 17; Aroha Nui, 8 10; Great War 8 9: False Alarm. 8 7; Irish Rhythm, S 7 GunDtnedabh, S 7: Sanglamore, .S 5; Esdebee, 3 5; Cadorus, S 5: Maltarda, S 3; Fathom, 8 3; 1'-_2:, ; Ringaba. S 3 Swiftsure, S 1; Monel, .S 1: Popapple, S 1; Ea.3ster Egg, S 0; Bright Comedy. 7 lU; Roi de Comedi, 7 11; Iceland, 7 31; Althorpe, 7 1: 1- Heather King, 7 11; Polyan, 7 10; Glen Scot, 7 10; San Antonio, 7 10; Hecluse, 7 11: Andy Carmut, 7 9; Black Swude, 7 7;: Antony Lee, 7 7: Mesobar, 7 7; Golden, 7 5; Mimmen-, 7 5; Jollity. 7 5; Loveday, 7 3; Macedon, 7 3; Klerry, 7 7; Exert, 7 3; Linlithgow, 7 I; Wallarak, 7 1; Bonify, 7 1; Wisteria, 6 13; Sultry, :13; Sandringham, 6 13; The Spook, 6 11; Constantinsco, G 11; Patrice. 6 11; Country Maid, G 9; Astraea 6 9; Broad Check, 6 9; Sudden Jim. d 9; -Helicopter, 6 9; Mes-/ tiza, 6 7; Blanche, 6 7; Karmount, 6 7. Wilgah Steeplechascrs' F...
PRIMARY PRODUCERS' BANK Extending Operations In S.A. [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923
PRIMARY PRODUCERS' BARK Extending Operations In S.A. Following on t!lhe l~arge number of branchtes which h]ave b~,ecn estAlished in the eastern States by the Vrinmarry Producers 3ankl oi Australia, Limited, the bank's business in South -AustLraiii W'ill shortly be extended. An agency of the Balaklkavi a batnph is being opened at Uwen this week, and an early announlcelment is expected' ie garding a number of branillCes in :ther counitry districts. Tue Adelaide ofiece wil1 be olpened at No. 7 Pirie t'reet, aboUt the midl e of August. Branches are being estab lished in all the capital cities,
JAY WALKERS Offenders Cautioned CITY COUNCIL ACTION [Newspaper Article] — News — 30 July 1923
JAY WALKERS Ofenders Cantioned CITY COUNCIL ACTION Jay walking was discussed at this after noon's meeting of the Adelaide City Coun cil. Cr. McEwinn asked the Lord Mayor what action had been- taken regarding the bylaw. "The bylaw was gazetted in December. 1921," replied Mr. Cohen, "but the Courn cil decided that its observance should not be strictly enforced for six months, dur inLg which time the police would direct the attention of the public to its requirements. This was done. Noices directing people to cross the roadway in a straight line also were, on the suggestion of the Com missioner of Police, stencilled on the foot path at street interseteions. Further ac tion became necessary, and a number of persons have been reported during the past week. "To each of those I have directed a let ter of caution shall -be'sent, but future cases will have to be more severely dealt with."