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Adelaide Express and Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 24, 1920, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia Sedna i Best Tirio. Commercial news. Srp per oboe. To Ted Nesdal november by. A feat. Feed gain and produce for flour Lor Home Ooola Ametjan 7/s 101 t-a-tf., an trades at chief Porta to december 31, the Price Lor Sext year beg 9/. Inferior for local feeding is present quoted at 7/6 for a 7/ for 5/ for screenings 4/9 far Tanc cred Bricf cups and 5/6 for unit on Trtria to port in store in liable. area �17 2/6 for i Fri Bali or lots de mfg pm in City or suburbs. Kill oils lots City and suburbs bran 1/10 per Bothel Pillans 1/11j, usual terms a veto i City of Saba Foj �9 5/ net cwt. Sex Mill doer at a crowns lots in cat try based of 1/9 to 1/10. Trucks port Adelaide. By Rjay Ean Petg Lota in country for to. 1 in Lieh based pm 5 / to 5/3, trucks port Ade Laide. Cape lapses Tram 4/ to 4/3. Potafi per ton of 2,340 la a otters Costa Tioff parcel. On to taste mile end �5 10/ Bass a delivered �6 to �6 2/5.hay cutters quoi awns for brat beaten heaved old season delivered in Adelaide �4 per ton new Cut 45/, delivered at country Nurisa. seasons �8 per ton in the mar Ket lots. seasons stent �10 to �11. and creameries 2/5 to 2/6 str favorite brands being a 2/6. Tuesday s auction Tate Choice Seepa Raff and dairies 2/3 to i/4j fair Quality. 2/1 to 2/2 store and Collet pre 1/u to 3/. Cheese tyneway a .2 new Large to zooi1/4 to 1/1 matured a. factory toed in ties 1/7j to 1/8 bins 2/. I Zig act clo Daj e auction utes Hen 1/7 Dock 278. \ , lord. Mixed of shells 94. 4to 9 d. Final Sells 6d. To 6jd- kernels 2/4. Honey.7 d to so. In la. Far prime extracted id. To 5j4. Lor fair Quality. Births marriages deaths announcements under this heading must be authenticated by the Jiame and address of the Lender Aid Are inserted at a charge of two shillings and sixpence each when not exceeding fire Ines Over five lines sixpence per line. Death advertisements in which a funeral announcement is made Are charged for As if the i death and funeral were separate announce meaty namely the minimum charge of 3/6 and 2/11 respectively. St of Emoriah and death advertisements contain ing reference to store than one deceased Are charged 2/6 each for each deceased mentioned if they were distinct and separate announcements. Births. the 20eh november at my Ponga raising Home to or. And mrs. J. Watson of Torrens file a daughter Joan Lilian. Bosch be. the 14th november at con Cordia manse new residence to Rev. And Krs. 0. P. Kloeden a son. 3oth Well. the 22nd october at mrs. Browns Goodwood to or. And mrs. J. I. Lee a son Keith James. the 14th up Variper at Xanna to or. And its. 5". J. Stopp a son. Both Well. he 13th. November to or. And mrs. Lawrence Fudge of Solomon town port Pirie a daughter Sybil Batricia. Marriages. the 19th october at St. Clement s Church Enfield by the eve. Arthur h. Nutting Charles Villiam Bowman to Eliza Jeth Bessie g. Bryant. Mihtjvba2by.on the Isth october at fit. Cuthbert s Churchi Prospect by the Rev. I. In Jolindon William Charles Martin of Kaunda. To Eleanor Mary daughter of or. And Julfs. C .7. 3arrj, Sarnd roid. Prospect. the 20th october at St. James Chirich Sydney by Rev. H. J. Roe . Flate senior chaplain . Force Reginald Havill Sorman q.s.o., m.c., late major a.i.f., Only son of or. And mrs. H. Sop Nan of Kent town Adelaide to Zerelle younger daughter of major and mrs. W. J. She. I Bon of la Perouse Sydney. Do the and november. At i St. Paul s Church Arraco Orte. By the Rev. 1 it. Corden Russel John late a econ i son of or. And mrs. A. M. R. Dumas mount Barker to Muriel elsie., Only daughter of or. 1 end mrs. Oliver h. Sogers. Took Yerta Xarras Conorte. the 20th october at St. J John s Church Murray Bridge Reginald Willoughby. Eldest son of the late a. S. And mrs. May my Polonia to Olive m. B., eldest daughter cd i. And mrs. W. Macklin Murray Bridge. the 6th october at holy to nit Church Adelaide by the Rev. Webb. Samuel brr Toa or by in of or. And mrs. E. D. Tones Mavor and Mayoress of Peter Borough to Kathleen Hastings younger daughter of or. And mrs. W. H. Bentley 17, Taylor a Road. Torrens i be. Present address 66, Henley Beach Toad mile end. Approaching marriages. Dowse it Badma the marriage of Stella Blanche Only daughter of or. W. Dowsett Bris Bane and Leslie Gordon youngest son of or. And mrs. A. Badman Park aide will take place at St. Paul s Church Pulteney Street St 6.4 . On december ind. Relatives and friends cordially in tilted. No reception. F Goodiell Mitchell. The marriage of Freda e., eldest daughter of mrs. And the late or. C. Mitchell of Vest or Orion to Clarencel late of a.i.f., third son of mrs. Ona the late or. H. E. Goodfellow. Of Crompton Willlie celebrated at the Kilkenny congregational Church on saturday november 27. At 7 . I friends and relatives cordially invited to Cere . the 24th november at -4s, Mclaren Street City Katherine the beloved wife of Georje Edward Motley. Requiescat in Pace. the 24th Vemier. At her residence Brighton Road Glenelg Wilheln in Wilo of the late g. A. Lebhardt in. Her s3th year. My Adelaide suddenly Carl her Mann veg a beloved husband of Jane Ann Muo isre acted 60, second son late it. Mue Jaje Waterfall Gully. Z329-30 the 19th november at the Loxton Hospital Adolph Hermann aged 59 years. Born t Hamilton . the 23rd november at her re Radence port Toad. Southwark Jane relict of the Lute James Mcsally aged is years. . the 23rd november at Rock Dale oaf Bank Emily Louisa the dearly beloved wife of Charles Mattner and loved Mother of Ruby. Taud Ted and Leo in her 63rd year. Peacefully sleeping. the 17th november Louis dearly loved Only son of 3en and Eli Ira Wilksen Tif mount jury aged 3 years 3 months. Sadly missed 9 Tyr Bdl Nee Cooper on the 14th novem ber at Parilli Hospital Mary a., the dearly be loved wife of Walter g. Tyrrell a de years. Streppel on the 21st november at his residence gravure Edward Otto son of the late w. And a. Strempel in his 53rd year. Privately interred on 23rd november in Cheltenham cease. Tery Rev. R. Al Ccullough officiating. the 23rj november near stood Side Tenno the beloved husband of Isabel 6chroeder, aged 40 years. the 23rd november at her late residence Payue Ham Road Boyston Park Emily dearly beloved wife of Thomas James aged 79 years. Return thanks pee family of the late mrs. M. A. Morgan Al of Yop gala desire to thank All kind friends and relatives for letters telegrams cards Floral tributes and expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Doz funeral notices. friends of or. George la Edward Notley Are respectfully in formed that the funeral of his late wipe Katherine will leave his residence. Is Mclaren Street City., on thursday at 3.30 ., for the Catholic cemetery West Terrace. Frank j. Siewert undertaker phone 413. 47-19, Wak eld Street. Z330 1 a i Raiens of the late mrs. To Emily win be removed from hir i Iii cd Payne am Road fat Piton Park on the Ini a after Voces at t o clock for inter tout in inc i a Neham cemetery. W. Williamson under taker phone Norwood 1707. Payne am. 329-30 printing inc Cutch dispatch at lout prices it the advert a office of fit j by outre a treat me Kizie reconstruction Belgium and Germany. At the animal meeting of Palmer s ship building company in lion Don on septem ber 23, or. G. Monro Ritchie Eaid i to Menend to British workmen the example of Belgium which has Long since settled Down to steady work and i believe thai the most important districts of Germany notwithstanding frequent inspired state ments to the contrary have also settled Down with intense Energy to Industrial output and that Germany has already made great strides in the erection of reviving her manufactures As determined As Ever to regain the Lead she had before the War and still hoping eventually to crush us industrially and in every other was. I would Fain believe that labor As a whole desires to establish fair and equitable conditions. This aspiration i is shared by , a is witnessed by the manner in Wimch they have Endea voted to meet the claims of labor. I am however convinced that there is 3 Section of labor which is determined to Force the Pace and bring about conditions which in a word mean revolution and anarchy. I do pot believe they will succeed. But meanwhile infinite harm is being done by such agitation which it is the duty of every Man and woman to com Bat As they value their own personal Well being. There is to Loose and Light talk about revolution that the mass Are be coming dangerously accustomed to the Lis of the word and forgetting its terrible implication. Mass suggestion is a very potent Factor in propaganda and we maybe the constant age of a word unconsciously divest it in our minds of its real meaning and come to regard it As indicate ing something inevitable. Juvenile precocity. Germany s moral crisis. Berlin. September 23. Infantile precocity Bijj among the More disquieting symptoms of Germany s moral crisis. Yesterday s papers reported an action for assault brought by a boy of eight against a school fellow of 16, which Caine before the special court for juveniles at Potsdam it arose out of a dispute on the football Field and the judge had Chough pot Amon sense to pronounce against the Jna Chinery of state being put into motion to Settle the squabbles of the play ground. To Day s news includes a double murder by a girl of 14 in East Prussia. Her a Tims were a boy of two and a girl one year younger. One Corpse was found in bed and the other on a playground. Both had been strangled with a piece of string. The juvenile murderess confessed the crime which she Hod committed out. Of sheer Delight in taking life. Law courts. Local court Adelaide. Wednesday november 24. Before or. Commissioner Mitchell Arthur Ernest Bowen of caller place jeweller claimed �7_f.-Crin a. A., Home of Salisbury Cham Bens alleged to be owing to the plaintiff from the defendant Lor work and labor done and materials supplied. The defendant paid �3 9/11 into court which he pleaded was sufficient to satisfy the plaintiff s claim. Or. J. H. Vaughan appeared for the plaintiff and the defendant conducted his own Case. Judgment was entered for the plaintiff far �4, including the amount paid into court without costs. Been arrested. There is nothing in the act which allows him to a charged of suspicion. On the evidence riven by Constable Corneli i could not form a tis Pic on the defendant had been betting. Lie did not identity the race cards and he saw nothing to differentiate the conduct of Pritchard from that of other people attending Tho races. Tho information wis dismissed without Cost. Cricket. District matches. Owing to the unsatisfactory condition of the i Glenelg Oval it has been found neck siry to re arrange the programme of the Cricket Asb Catlon for the next set of matches. The altered gramme i Jas follows a Grade. November 2r/dcecniber 4port Adelaide versus Adelaide Alberton Glenelg versus Sturt Unley West Torrens versus North Adelaide Hindmarsh East Torrens versus University Norwood. December 13/1s.port Adelaide versus Sturt Unley Glenelg versus North Adelaide Neutral University versus West Torrens unit Etsity East Torrens versus Adelaide Norwood. B Gride. Xor Ember 57,dec. 4.East Torrens versus University University port Adelaide versus Sturt Neutral Glenelg Kerens Adelaide . December 11/18.Sturt versus West Torrens Hindmarsh University Vencus Gle aels Adelaide Oval North Adelaide versus Adelaide Adelaide Oval East Torrens versus port Adelaide Alberton. The match Between North Adelaide and West Torrens a arranged for november 27 and Decem ber 4 will be played on the Adelaide Oval on december 2s. North Eastern , six for let declared Dodd 101 j Burchell 26, Moy Jour for 29. Ronjala four for 167 Lav cock 72 d.o., h. Cleeson 31, c. Gleeson 2s, g. Miller 24 Ilo. Brennan one for 8. Shipping news. I Ahr tved poet Adelaide november 24. Oro irtes 4,622, Glazebrook London. Pc g. Anderson & . Vandilia 4,532, Sim Fremantle. Adelaide steamship company agents. Sailed port Adelaide november 24. Harold Tasmania. Eye tabs Eastern states. Amaldo a Brescia Genoa. Is Rafita Kangaroo Island. Warr Awee edit Bur a. Inter state shot pkg. Mil Bonnine november 24.arrivedtjlynies,1 from Sydney. Sailed Westmoreland Lor Sydney. Sydney november 24.arrivedcbartaal, from Nave Itlo. Sailed Burmah for Queensland. Newcastle november 24.arrivedjlanrah and in Mali from Sydney Seamark from Bouck Garled of porpoise for North Samara and a Freedon for sooth. Adelaide radio station Trio Adelaide radio station on wednesday was in communication with flip fono Wiuff steamers orontes Candida Malwa Yarra Meabar Karoo a Nova a Miolano runs Dan Monro off Numi Here and in these smart sayings Are culled from the passionate Spectator a new novel by Jane Burrl Tekworth & co in what is called a successful Marr Hajje one is always Hunting and the. Other is satisfied. In a perfect marriage both Are Hunting. A woman must always he willing to accept a jilting. Men Are cast off a cry Day and sometimes they take cyanide but More often they move about and find some body Rose. Lurve is so a matter of geography. Most marriages Are Sucee Sappl because the woman wants no Liberty end thai Man takes Liberty. � it is so easy to be successfully married when one in t madly in love # � do adventures make one Beautiful j asked. Yes real adventures. But when. One gets serious about love or anything one becomes old acid � � the very Charm of life depends on tha ability to shrug one s shoulders. � � there Are things that men can do and women Well there s some woman there at fee time in t there stolen goods restored. Surrendered by the germans under the peace treaty the two missing panels of Van Eyck s famous file Pauli painf.112 adoration of the immaculate limb i Ere solemnly restored to client Cathe dral on september 29. Kills 30 bats a night. Attala the Scourge of the rats is the my Ioime bestowed on a trooper of the 12th Cua Rassler who is stationed at the Ecol Militare Paris. He spend his Wight Hunting rodents says the Continental daily though his methods Are primitive and his weapons consist of Only a stick and a lantern he generally Bas 30 or 40 rats every night. He is doing Well on. The municipal , of 2jd. Per Corpse. Rich woman s sons. Lira. Emma Bergoo the millionaire widow of a. Philadelphia Brewer wag found guilty in september of conspiracy with tour others in aiding her sons to. Evade the draft for military service during Tae our. Glover Bergdoll Rae arrested at the end of the War and sentenced to a Penitentiary. He was a ter alloyed to visit i113 Home when he escaped and is St l missing. arc p pcs bet Yeti London. And Amsterdam this Winter Zor the conveyance of Tish. _ there Are varieties of shrimps end eels or which Holland is famous. In order that London May be supplied with these in a fresh condition Amsterdam merchants Are negotiating for their transport by air. On the other hand Holland has difficulty a fresh Salmon and certain Grimsby fish. On the outward journey to Amsterdam a car Crof this description will be carried. Hereditary Burr fars. Interesting fact about Efte moral and Materia Progress and condition of insula during the past year is contained in an official paper issued on september 21. I Here Are a few the so called criminal tribe who have As their Here diary professions theft j or burglary a Oclude about 4,000,000 people. I the eradication of bisect pest is Ren Decd difficult by the belief of the peasant that blights come from the Clouds As a syrup Tom of the Wrath of heaven. In the United provinces a. Boy and a girl j were sacrificed to propitiate deities and i though the murderers of the boy were con. I evicted the Case could not be brought Home to the murderers of the girl owing to local opposition. Coroners on mothers in Law. I it is you and your Mother who drove me to do what i Hare done. Take care of 1 a letter containing this sentence was read at an inquest at Kadi Ord near Lea Mington eng and on a woman found m i a canal. Her husband and her Mother in Law sni Skaf the woman was ill treated Bui two policemen and several relatives stated that she was. I the coronejr7t�mark Edv i venture to say if this poor woman went to hell a3 they say an the Church flee would not i get change from this he added that when couples were obliged to Iive with a Mother a Law that pit the cat among foe. Pigeons. A verdict of suicide while of unsound mind was recorded. Women engineers. 1 Twenty when sex War workers eager to find an outlet for their engineering Abili ties have a tired a business in England under the title of Bulanti engineering captured their affections and they have taken a Large factory in the midlands subscribed towards the capital needed and have booked orders for almost immediate delivery. Lady Parsons wife of sir Charles Par sons is the chairman of the c in pan and All the women workers ire skilled and prac tical engineers. The Secretary has been a technical superintendent in a Large Factor " and one of the women directors has Haa five years experience of the commercial Side of engineering. The women Hope eventually to produce almost any article including motor cars and cycles of their own design. They have already secured two Large contracts one for machinery Patts for draining Tje devastated areas of France and another f t hosiery Needles. Profit sharing by the workers is part of their plan. One cry the first to adopt engineering As a profession miss g. L. A few Sale Haa been elected the first woman member of the society of technical engineers. Deep mining on the Rand. In Liis presidential address to the South african institution of engineers. In. Lon Don in september or. J. Tiit Ehouse stated Fiat observations made at the Vil Lage beep mine show that the Rock temperature at 5,487 it. A 89.4 Der. The rate of Rise in this Case was 1 deg. For every 2539 it. Increase in depth which is not ably Leas than has been observed elsewhere the air temperature at this depth is 72.6 deg. By tie dry but thermometer and 71 6 deg. By the wet bulb which is considered satisfactory considering the djs Tahoe travelled by the air. In the Case of the St. John Del key mine where face depth Lis 6,126 ft., the Rock temperature was 114.4 deg. F., and the air tempera Ture As measured by the dry Butk thermometer was 109 deg. Or. Whitehouse recalls or. Haldane a investigations to which t to found that with a wet bulb temperature of 88 deg. In still air the body temperature would Rise even during rest in a scrod current of air however a wet bulb temperature of several degrees higher could1 be borne and continuous moderate work was in fact possible i a wet bulb temp Raterre of 85 deg. V Good air current is therefore or. White House considers essential to the efficiency of miners working at great Depths and has moreover the advantage of removing the Duas. This Tuat a responsible for the miners a Thisa which now Burden the Gold mining tidus cry of the Transvaal to the extent of �1,200,000 per am Nan. As mines have deepened costs Lave gone up. In 1914 the Cost of timbering and Rock Alfing averaged Lod. Per ton a redhed and on the same Basra the Cost of 1919 would have been l/9.6d. Per ton. Actually the figure was 2/5.4d., the difference being due to the Rise in Wanca and m the Cost of materials. Winding Cost l/8.6d. Per ton in 1914 were 2/9.7d. In 1919. 1 this increase 8 5d. Was directly to the increase in the depth from Ichieh use Ore waa rated. Including other factors she total increase m the Cost per ton crushed Baa been 2/s.ld, per torn on the basis of 1914 prices and to fib has to be added Tho increase due to higher wages and Bishop material costs. The wharf claim. A Long adjournment. The. Hearing. Of arte arbitration in connection v. Ith toe claim by tic South australian company for �765,000 compensation arising out or the acquisition by the state under the harbours act 1913, of the company s wharf at port Adelaide i was continued at the supreme court on wednesday before or. Justice Gordo president re. Grundy. . Nominated by the ministry of Marin and. Or. A. Moulden nominated by the claimants. Or. A. A. Piper k.o., with or. E. E. Cleland k.c., and or. C. H. Powers appeared for the claimants and sir Josiah Symon k.c., with or. W. J. Isbister k.c., and or. S. Labatt for the government. There was further discussion on the Points taken on. The previous Day by or. Piper. His Honor intimated that he would state a ease for the decision of the full court. He asked or. Piper to formulate his objections m the precise Way in which he would like them to appear. Or. Piper reiterated the Points he had stated and said they might be summar-1 i de briefly thus they were entitled to have the value of the properties considered by the arbitrators in making their award i and that in applying the capitalisation method the arbitrators must have regard i to All the evidence which in any Way re lated to the value of the properties. He contended that they were entitled to the value of the land and wharf properties and improvements. His Honor said the tribunal did not wish to bind or. Piper to the form he had previously used in stating his Points and suggested that he should write his objections exactly As he wanted them to appear in the Case which wag to be stated for the full court. Sir Josiah Symon submitted that the Case should be stated in such a would dispose of the serious question which had been raised. The question to be determined was a simple one but it would go to the Root of the present proceedings. His objection was that the claimants Cou d not at that stage discard the Issue which the tribunal had be ii trying from the be ginning and which he contended was the one outlined by or. Piper in Liis opening address. They could not no v substitute another Issue which they thought would be More favourable to them Ife then Rea i numerous extracts from or. Piper s open ing address and submitted that they All went to How that the method which was to be adopted wis that of ascertaining the maintainable annual i Conje from the com Pany s wharf s undertakings and multiply ing that by 20 to represent 20 years in come is the Purchase value. Or. Piper had suggested that that income would be �31,000, which on the Purchase he con tended for would give �620,000. The whole Issue had been tried on that method. Or. Piper s present Contention amounted to a statement that they were entitled to the value of the properties plus the capitalised value of the income of the con Cern. That meant that they Tver entitled to a twofold valuation. Or. Piper stated Bis Points in writing and his Honor said he would state a Case for the decision of the Cuil court. The hearing was adjourned sine die. Prohibit Aqil intemperate advocates in the Assembly 011 wednesday or. De to Ards asked if tie attention of the pre Mier had been drawn to the intemperate statement of Temperance advocates As re ported in the Advey Feer that Day. He asked what the Premier tended to do in regard to t is Threatte made ? " the Premier"1 think we can Well afford totally to ignore the intemperate statements m the Temperance advocates who met last nighty so far As i am concerned i intend t ignore them absolutely. I am not prep Ecio Sive facilities to the mover of the motion in regard to the prohibition referendum that i cannot give to other members. The motion on the notice paper till have to take its Chance in the Ordinary personal news. Or. Horton h. Parr who wag we Kyonti As clerk of Scales at every race meeting underwent another operation at the Adelaide Hospital on tuesday Mth it is hoped favourable results. Payne am ,0yclin g.j.0lirb handicaps for saturday. I a race Abr 3�e 10-Kilc championship of South Australia and a five mile Handicap head race axe to be held Payne am on saturday. The competitors to Start on Bhe championship Are a. Baycer c. Boas f. Bowden a Burgess h Grindl j. Mariner j. A Cillins g. Head t. Robinson g. Slater w. V. Symes g. Wittey. Five mile Handicap Captain Tennant scr. G. Carmody c. Fuh Grabe Seow w. Nicholas r. Print re 40 Sec j. Symes g. Curtis a. Paine s. Biley h. Pierson 60 h. Hurrocks t. Mathews 0. , Richards a Ham Brinsf 1 rain. 10 Sec. & Fiss Marriner 0. Goddard. T. Chaplin t. Fullgrabe. A Connolly 1.20 v. Keelan v. Elliott a. Jute Cher a. Price w. Ransom 1.40 w. Curtis Austin g. Giffen h Goldney h. Justice. 1-50 Itans b. Smolt s. Grivelli. Richards b. Goldney d. Williams 2.0 h. Redden c. To oct. G. Til Ley w. Harrell w. Dale 2.10 r. Stevens o. Spar Row. P. Hodge 2.20. Championship competitors to he ready to Start at 3 . _ free exhibition of films. Lord lever Huipe has presented to the South australian government a set of moving pictures depicting Letchworth Gar Den City Well Hall and Hampstead Garden City and illustrating housing activities of the British government during the War. At the request of the chairman of the Tor sen planning and housing association and the metropolitan local bodies association these films have been Lent by the Premier for free Public exhibition in the Adelaide town Hall on monday evening. His excellency the governor has promised to preside. In addition to the English films local films will be shown including the Pic Ture fresh to Strongjr heavy Gale o represent Calm. The state of the a shown by tree letter s Ita Mth. A moderate rough r very rough. X indicates Raia has Ftuer. To Day s South Australia Cloudy on. , with showers to South and South East. Warm and sultry Inland Witk tendency to Thunder conditions later in North West. South West winds b4r0meter and thermometer " readings the Baro Rocter readings above Are corrected to i " a level 1 piss of the Moon. Foil Moony november 26. Lost Quarter de Cember 3 ,. Is new Moon december 10. First Quarter december 18. 24, 1920. Sun user 5.0 am. Seis 7.6 pin. Mon rises -59 . Sets 3 81 . Thermometer readings. Wednesday november 24."" in the Kunii . Maximum in the Shade 71.7. Minimum. Sis. Forecasts for the 24 sours ending november Aat �.30 . Supplied by or. H. A. Hunt Commonwealth . South on South coastline with showers to South and South East warm Ani sultry Inland with Tendenes to Thunder conditions water in North West South West winds. to hot and sultry isolated Stowers and Thunder South East to North East chiefly. 1" new South to hot and sultry still tendency to showers in North East Corner northerly winds tending nest and South West later Over Southern districts. and cod Over coastal districts with showers line North of ranges West and South West winds-1 Strong and squally on coast. West winds and continued showery weather More especially Over Western half. Swimming contests. In Aid of Minda. Tace handicaps for the swimming contests in the Adelaide cruet Baths on thursday evening in Aad of some Are As follow the Oil vials Are judges messes. A. G. Hughes c. K. Taylor of. A Cavanagh starter or. H. X. Smyrk Check starter or. A. J. Claughton referees messes. C. L. Stopford and h. R. Stir Ling Timek Weijers. Messes. It. A. Dal ton and j. Mooney handicapper or. Spencer major Call stewards Means. D. H. Sawrie and d. Looker costume stewards messes. L. J. Robinson and h. carnival manager or. William Ash Worth. S in ring the evening or. H. 2c. A irk assisted by the Amateur diving club will give a Trace Ful exhibition of diving. Says udder 14 years,106 Yards 0. Whitehouse 6 s. T. Medwell 6 h. Cobain 5 l. Bono Van 5 W. Dill Avray. 5 l. C. Cohen 3 b. W. It Orf cer 1 a. Juju prics. Scr. Boys under 16 years 66 aids a. Whitehouse 4 Sec. A. Johnson 3 it. Mcdonald 1 v. T. Powell v. Donovan it. Jones scr. Open Handicap 66 Yards first heat a. Mai Den 7 Sec. J. W. S. Bond 7 g. Mcintosh 7 h. Thorpe 6 f. O Malley. D. G. Smith 4 a i tile 2 l. Eee min scr. Second heat h. Syme. 7 Sec " l. Jackson 7 a. It. Samp son. 6 a. G. Barwise 5 p. Doyle -1 h. Farrelly "2 3. third heat a. Mcdonald 8 Sec. A. Hall 7 j. T. Tapping 6 h. W. Hahn 6 t. Harvey i W. A Alai Kier 3 s. Weedman 1. Fourth heat it. Harris. 8 Sec. O Oonner 7 n Thomas a Bau 6 a. Excl 5 j. W. Eitzen 3 k. C. Howe 2. Fifth heat a. Simpson 8 Sec. Jeffery 7 h. Thompson 7 a. T. Day 7 h. Tap Pmj 6 h. J. Dillaway 3 r. Greer 3 r. J. Stanhope 1. Breast stroke 100 yardstii3t heat of. L. Dew 12 so. Al. Fiby. 12 j. G. Dobbs n. J. A. S. Bond 10 x. J. Pas i v h. Simis 10 5". Rosengarten 10 w. R. Bowler 9 a. A. Rawana 3 r. Woodroffe. Scr. Second heat it. C. Jupa 12 Sec. Lock 11 c. Groi sett a j. Maddigan 10 f. O Connor 10 j. Vidato 10 j. Bond 10 j. Best 10 j. W. Eitan 7 c. O. Zvarte 3 3. Roberts 1. Invitation Handicap 200 yaid6h. Moon 10 Sec. E. C. Stod Daric 8 Suthard 7 j. Attr tally. 5 h. Cainan -1 s. Reed Man 2 0. Ree Danan 2 s. Major scr. Ladies , dive a. W. Hughes. H. Cheesman a. V. Sampson a. Fowler b. Roberts p. Knee Bone a. Berry w. Freeman. T. Harvey G. Green a. Earie w. E. Oliver. E. Flynn l. H. Jordan h Thompson. E. L. King l. Maiden. Grand life saving de play. Teams race Handicap 200 Yards port Ade Laide Dob p. Arnold j. Langdon w. Mcdonald 20 Sec. Glenelg Boyal Arthur team. T. Farrelly. "3. Farrelly l. R. Hall Gle Nealjr Boyal Arthur. To. 2 team a. P. Solo Mon d. Tolegan Jackson 20 Henley and Gran fee so. 1 team a. Halnan h. G. Edwards j. Oswald 5 Glenelg club no. 2 team5. In Tchira w. Sean s. Thomas 17 Glenel club to. -1 team a. Shard j. Farrelly p. Doyle 4 Henley and Grange to. 2 team s. Reedman w. Little f. Grefe 4 North Adelaide ii. Headman. Bywater l. Jervis Ocean forecasts. Squalid and Strong West and South West grinds and rough seas Over coat and Ocean areas eat from bight smooth to moderate seas elsewhere. Meteorological notes. Weather conditions at 9 , wednesday throughout the Commonwealth. Synopsis. South Australia Clear or scattered Clouds in the North elsewhere Fine but Cloudy and Mist ram at two coastal stations. Calms and sooth to West winds. Ifo rain recorded. Light rain recorded at Block s Creek and Pine Creek. Western from tropics in Complete scattered Clouds along South coast otherwise Clouds to Dull and warm to hot and sultry generally. Variable winds chiefly South East to North East. Light rain recorded at places m the North West and Goldfields. to Dull at places on coast otherwise Clear or scattered Clouds. Sooth East to North East winds chiefly. Light Tain recorded at a few scattered places on coast and Light to moderate at places in Carpentaria. New South to Dull on parts of coast otherwise Clear or scattered Clouds. Calms and North West to South West winds. Warm to hot and sultry generally. Light Tain recorded at places on far North coast. Cloudy to Dull Over Southern half Clear or scattered Clouds elsewhere. Vesh North West to South West winds. Light rain re corded at a few scattered Southern stations. Clouds in East otherwise Cloudy to gloomy and showery in West and South squally North West to West winds and rough seas. Light to heavy Tain recorded in West and Light elsewhere except parts of East. The Rai Faill. The following is the thu fall or 24 Hio Ember 20.00. Total rainfall from january 1, 1920, to Ditc 23.40. Total far corresponding period of 3319, l . Inter St we rainfall returns. Western , 3 Points Mundi Windi 2 Cue 12 Algoo 44 Menzies 7 Kalgoorlie 1. Island 1 Point Bris Bane 2 donor s Hill 83. A Island 2 Points. , 27 Points Hythe is Cape Sorell. 30 Zeehan 133 Stanley 57 Low head 32 Launceston 10 Eddystone 11 Oatlands 4. Semaphore tides. Wednesday november 24. Low water 0.10 . Rater 3.10 . District Cricket. The following umpires have i een appointed for the nest set of District Cricket november 27 and t december 4 a Grade a. H. Ellis and c. Cornish pert Adelaide v. Adelaide Alberton h. J. Gluyas and f. K. Lindow Gle Nealjr v. Start Unley d. If i Intyre and j. Bruce West Torrens v. North Ade i Laide Hindmarsh f. J. Thomas and j. Harley East Torrens v. Varsity Norwood. A Lis Mother. After Tea when father and Eon were alone the fond Parent could see that Tommy had been greatly impressed. Welt my son he said i Hope you have Learnt a yes he answered feelingly i have but Tell me daddy at what age do these hostilities really cease to � a tender spot. They were the Only occupants of a. Rail Way carnage with a Long non Stop run be fore them so they had entered into conversation. I one of them he of the Long lo6ks and soft dreamy eyes had been speak Trig of the Joys and beauties of Domestic Happi Ness. You. Hae a daughter perhaps he asked. The other was strangely affected. I beg your Pardon cried the questioner if i have thoughtlessly awakened in your mind any painful recollections. My question recalls maybe the memory of a fair maid whose Blooming Young life was Cut o2 " 2fo. It Ain t that mister broke in the other. I have a daughter it s True. Five of Emall unmarried and the youngest is thirty one and the old Man hid his face in a bands and wept. � � would t Bisk it. He was a Corporal Drill instructor and though he had an extraordinary Fine word of command in Normal speech be stuttered and stuttered badly. One Day a new and particularly Clumsy recruit joined Bis squad and the instructor walked up to him to give him a Little private lecture. Now 1-i-look Here my la lad he began. You re about the so so Sloppy est thing i be Ever had in my so re squad. You must j by Buck up. Wha wha what s your i name / there was no Aniver and toe Corporal fully repeated the question but there was still no answer. Eventually the sergeant major intervened what s the Natter with you my lad Why Don t you answer the Corporal he Allied. By a because explained the unfortunate re Crit id do Don t want to my him / � i not the Oxe 4l bookmaker had had a bad Dav a Ery bad a after the big race and when he had thrown jus Wallet away be did the Dis Tance Between the course and he railway station in record tone beating the Pur suing Cro a by Many lengths he was stopped by a policeman and that is How it came about that he As compelled to pass the night in a cell there were 60 Many lodging at the King s i uese at the tame that the bookmaker s Case 4id not come up till late on the Fol lowing afternoon he was in a. Ever to get out before the big race waa Tun when he knew the Rooe must be Over he tried to find out which horse had won but none one policemen would Tell him when at last he reached the Dock he at once addressed the magistrate "sir1" he exclaimed will Jou Tell a what has won the Apricot stakes " Sinewe growled the usher sternly hat1" said the Book e did t there was such a Hor a in the tace Rifle shooting. V 3 Southern District Union. The first Home teams match for the year was fired at mount Barker on november 6. The conditions we rip leu Sig ters and seven shots at 500 and 600 Yards. Teams of six men Best five to count Handicap limit. 325. Twenty nine teams competed. The Peoria was close and consistent with tire handicapping but no team reached the limit. The highest sore off the Rifle a Tiu m. By m. W. Pariti and Spoehr but Parish won on the count out with 34 at 600 Yards. The four winning teams were tint Inara. No. 1, 322 Points tailed Bend no. To 319 Cooke s Plains no. 1, 315 Mai Nan no. 3, 314. The Al strut Barker club made a return visit to the hit Bara ran a on saturday afternoon. A match was fired Over 300, 500. And 00 Yards ranges. The weather conditions were fairly difficult. The conditions were 12 men to Divot Best 10 to count 7 shots and 2 Sig fates. Re sults . W. Reid 32, 34, 33-89 v. C. Kemp 33. 35, 2593 d. Brook 2s, 33, 2891 r. Wilson 29, 32, 30-91 p. Huson 33, 33, 27 8? j. Hammond 30. 31, 27s3 j. Wilson 31, 32, 25ss c. Wright 2s. 32, 2282 w. Cairns 29, 27, 23-79 a. W. Gage 29, 28, 2077 total. 676. Counted out a. Wil Eon sen., 24, 23, 2209 s. Wilson Jun. 18, 24, 22-01. Moun Barker. J a. Thrinh 28, 33, 3192 p. Thring 30, 32, 3092 d. Woulston 26, 33, 30 89 a. Copping. 30, 31," 2788 j. Smith 29, 29, 28s6 a. Hender 30, 24, 29s3 p. Hill 22, 28, 2979 v. Obom 22, 29, 21778 Davidson 25, 27, 26-78 j. It Jyh 26, 29, 2277 total s42. Counted out a. Duffield 22, 26, 2775 l. Leo Nard 22, 25, 2269. Swimming. City Baths gaunt a 4l. The approaching return of the olympic Cham pions to their Homeland should make the carnival at the City Baths on thursday nest doubly Inte resting. There Are a Large number of entries and there will be Rood Competition Amons the champions. In addition to the Ordinary events a programme of spectacular diving events by or. H. Smyrk the olympic Champion and exhibitions of Novelty swimming and life Savins by the Royal life saving society has been arranged. His excellency the governor and lady Blackett will open the carnival. Rash like pimples on two months Lababy Cuti Cura heals baby was two months old when a rash Lite Little pimples came out on his face and head. They then turned to Little blisters which tamed to Scales. It also spread to his cheat and Back and i had to keep gloves on Bis hands to keep him from scratching. He could never a sleep night or Day. I was told Touse Cuti Cura soap and ointment so i sent for a free Sam pie. I bought More soap and ointment and used for Sis weeks and at the end of that time baby was completely signed mrs. C. J. Gagnon Church St., Dubbo if. S. W. When used for every Day toilet Pur poses Cuti Cura soap not Only cleanses purifies and beautifies but it prevents Many Little skin troubles if assisted by occasional use of Cuti Cura ointment to the first signs of skin troubles. For Sample each address a. Tow a & co., Sydney n. S. . Calicura soap Dum wit beat mat. Soap a ointment 1/ and 2/. Peb soms Wahter Oit Pasinok far one lady Nice cheerful Horn a plenty Leisure 1. Nde-St., pfc Rig. D329z to Nekr wanted Able do reliable work under 3d Supe Sion on Buri Dmytr Marine . A. Richards. D32s-Sqz mouses amp a fled for 8aim. I "buh.ding_6iteT" on West Terrace kensington1 gardens. 75 it. X 175 it with Cyclone front Fence and Gate and Palling Fence at sides and Back. Well grown Cypres hedge in front and. Number of fruit Trees. Water Laid on. Apply i Wilknson Sando & Wyles limited. U. Are fell Street. Of a 77sandy Mcdonald whisky amusements will Rogers jslcqm1ng., 4 t he s packed . I / / i of he s on his wat / to Day to night j another big Universal Success i Mary Mclaren in i eve / a delightful picture. To Bonnie Lassie a Dwigh fully Sweet and human Story with s by Zarante As the Star artist. Mary Mclaren will Appeal to you mors than Ever before in this great picture. A Sunshine comedy that surpasses Alii others. Jazz bandits you will simply have to laugh at this comedy. Sunshine Are always really funny Bat truly Pmj one excels. Mutt and Jeff j in tropical eggs edition cartoon. A Gaumont graphic Gazette. V Alligator Hunting interest. Musical programme three times by my. Horace Weber. Prices go. And a plus taxes. J. Adf thursday next will Rogers almost husband you remember his ust picture Jubilo Well this one is been fun Jer from next thursday 0\. Wards will Rogers will become Youb favorite actor. Don t miss seeing will Rogers in hi3 newest picture. Public notices a. Adult deaf ind dumb Mission and a Gas Home for aged and infirm dea mutes incorporated. The postponed annul meeting will a held at xes Home. Per afield. On sit Oft. Day november 27, at 3 . Chairman or. E. Clarkson. \ a Dorcas by sir j. C. Verco. Drags leave g . At 1.30 . Sharp. N33s,9,32en325,9.31 business notices /is#7�#�.what is the secret of Hale and Hearty Jolly health ? half a teaspoonful of \ Kruschen salts in a i Tumbler of hot water j every morning. That s it enough for two a months in a 2/6 bottle. All chemists Hen medical. Painful i corns gets it bakes them looses a so they lift off painlessly. There s no More pain after a fr3 Ulrope of gets it lands upon Corn at Caus and instantly dries. In a Flay or two you lift the Oss misery maker right off a Thonn even feeling it. That s the last or. Corn and the last of your Mia-4 Ery. Millions who have lost their corns the gets it Way Kiy it is tha my common sense Way to get Riff of the Pesta j gets it the never falling guaranteed Money Back Corn remove costs hut a trifle at any drug Storfelt my dbyejiwrenoe40oohlcagp,u.8-a. Wholesale Distri Batons Bocke Tompsett & co. Melbo me. The australian Druff co Sydney Taylor & Colledge Brisbane. J printed and published daily by Joha Tana on Bonython Ca Nimg on buses in j. A Bonython a cart the office a the advertiser the chronic and the express King William and Waymouth \ streets. Adelaide. South Anat gha i

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