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Adelaide Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 4, 1932, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia special advertisements Sekiji i i i jul gosh i again awarded i i Champion prize i i at the j i Royal Sydney show 3 Jalso 6 first prizes now 19 times Champion of Australia j s s. Smith & son limited Palumba Annaston. Go s ,.iliil i Jil l95 travel inter state by sea a Petralia 9,000 tons Vanonda 9,000 tons Karoo la 7,500 tons. _. Full particulars of sailings and fares see advertisement in a shipping column. Less perfection tobacco i Limerick Competition ,1 a Limerick Competition under the auspices of 6 and will be conducted during the month of april. A Limericks Are to be of live lines and contain the 5 words perfection i prize for Best Limerick will be �10. I judges decision to be final judging by the management of 5 and. $ i Limericks entered to be the property of the Manu Vij fact users. All entries to be addressed s perfection tobacco � co 5 and advertiser office � Adelaide. Closing Date to be announced i two weeks time. 5 Why not have a try ten Pound notes Don t grow on Apple Trees buy a tin today of perfection tobacco and get an inspiration. 5 sole agents Cornell la vote 1 122-130, Pirie Street Adelaide listen in to s and nine o clock news bulletin for full � particulars. 5 the Bank of Australasia. Incorporated by Boyar charter 1855. The Sufido Otapa Branch of the bask of Australasia will be with Bax after Moldav nth april 1932, and the Basinet transferred to the Adelaide Branch of the Bank. T. W. Hous inspector or Soalii Australia. ,3 5 bet Dan thanks tick. And mis. Alec Grant Andjus. Family or 21. Eose Street mile end. Let spec buy thank of d top Taw of Holden limited woo Vuie. Doctors and nursing staff of theatre wait. Adelaide Hospital for their unremitting attention. Asp Cal nhe was and family o the late x James Henry Thomas desire to sincerely thank All kind friends and. Relatives for cards telegrams and personal expressions of sympathy in the sad loss Otheir late husband and father special thanks to nurse Sayers. Or Borthwick pastor re Tilths brother w. G. Houn Slan and Brothers of the druids Lodge. Is. P. Daman and son desire to Len Cerely thank relatives and mends for letters cards Floral tributes end per Sonal expressions of sympathy in their re cent sad bereavement especially or. And and family and . Mcewen. Western australian paper please copy. . Effi of syrup. Desires to thank All kind relatives and friends Lor their tokens of sympathy Durine Nis sad bereavement. Of. T. J. Hawken. Of 341. Carrington Stree City. Desires to sincerely thank All kind friends and relatives for letters cards Floral tributes and personal expressions of sympathy in the sad loss it my dear wife. It is a the �2bbirths, marriages and f deaths announcements under this bending must tie authenticated by the name and address of the sender and Are inserted a charge of two shul legs and sex ? once each when not exceeding five i nes Over five lines sixpence per line. Death advertisements in which a funeral announcement is Mode Are charged for a if the death and funeral were Sepa r. Rate announcements namely the Manl o uni charge of 2/6 and. 3/4 respectively to me mortal and death advertisements a containing reference to More than one deceased Are charged 2/6 each for each deceased mentioned As if they were let Llanet end separate announcements. Engagements and approaching marriage and marriage notices require the 6lgna Ture of Boi i parties concerned. Births the Wile of b. A. Adam. Ole Nunga a son. the 3rd april at a moral Hospital to the wife of Allen a. A. Graham of Clarence Park a Daugh Ter. the is april at Narra Conorte. To the wife of Norman v. Wallace twin daughters Rosemary Anne and Gillian Margaret. All Well Silver weddings Kemp Nicosi on the 3rd april. 1907. At the presbyterian Church Koo Lunga. By Rev. Patterson Allen of. Youngest son of the late or. And mrs. D. Kemp to Isabel a. Only daughter of the late or. And mrs. J. Nicosi. Both of Koo Lunga present address Alverton. the 4th april 1907. At the methodist Church Solo motown. By Rev. C. E. Schaler Ernest a sue. Eldest son of or. And mrs. S. Mit Chell. Port Pirle. To Elsie May youngest daughter at or. And mrs. Joseph Mani fold. Port plate South. Present address 140. The Terrace. Port Pirle West. Approaching Manikia jes marriage of Edith race. Only daughter of or. And mis. E. O. Couzens 24, Young Street Kent town to Leonard Frederick Only son it or. And mrs. F. W. Klotz. 12. King Street. Norwood will be celebrated at St. Cyprian s Church Melbourne Street North Adelaide a ral urday. April 9th. At 7 pin. Rela Tives and fronds car dually invited to Cere Mony. No reception. Smith marriage of Freda a., youngest daughter of the late mrs. E. of Kaduna. To redly it Only son of or. And mrs. S. Mudge a Mclaren Vale will be solemnized at St. Augustine Stanley Road on saturday april 9th. At 8.30 Ann. Relatives and fiends cordially invited to ceremony. No sept Lon. Stocker marriage of Doreen. Eldest daughter of or. And mrs. A. D. Blocker. Co a. To Kenneth second film of or. And mrs. K Rehn cow a. A be celebrated at the Baptist Church. Cowes on wednesday april tub. At 7 pan. Engagements engagement is announced of Kathleen m., twin daughter of or. And the late mrs. J. Small of a Ulto. To Thomas eldest son of or. And mrs. A. Aitken of Penola. Staker Haeusler the engagement is announced of Zena Phyllis daughter of or. And mrs. J. R. Stoker of Jamestown to Kenneth Pearce. Son of or. And mrs. J. W. Haeusler. Of Jamestown. Deaths Gerval on the 3rd april at Hind Marsh Peter Francis beloved husband of Millicent Gerval. Of Streaky Bay West coast and late of Wallaroo aged 56 years. Beau Lescoat in Pace. Haces leh on the 2nd apr. At Pri vate Hospital Carl Frederick Haeusler of 47. Anna triad. Prospect after an Ope ration. the 2nd april at Makeeba Hospital Baymond George dearly beloved infant son of Frank and Eva Hen Derson Victor Harbour aged four months. the 31st . At the Terrace port Plurie Edna dearly loved wife of Albert Mother of Lois and dearly loved eldest daughter of or. And mrs. J. P. Griffiths aged 33 years. Peace perfect peace. Huntington Nee Edna Griffiths on the 31st March at her parents Resi Dence 292, the Terrace port Pirie Edna Loving Niece of mrs. S. Sutton. Of people s Palace Plurie Street. Adelaide. A patient sufferer at rest. Kirwan Nee Page on the 3rd april. Mona. Beloved wife of Edward w. G. Kir wan 50. Mclaren Street Adelaide aged 20 years. Late of port Lincoln. the 3rd april at Adelaide. Archie Norman the dearly be loved Eon of Archie Robert and Florence Lawrence of 19. Athol Street. Prospect aged in years. the 3rd april suddenly at edit Burgh George Hugh Mckay beloved husband of Agnes Fotheringham Mckay of Young Street. Queenstown. Aged 56 years. Mcewen on the 2nd april at Blyth John Mcewen. Aged 72 years. Note on tue 3rd april at his late residence. 17. Knight Street. Audenby Gar Dens. George Henry dearly beloved Hus band of Florence e. V. Nellie Noye. Aged 53 years. the 3rd april at her Resi Dence. 73, Leicester Street. Parcs de Ellen Agnes beloved second daughter of the late Martin and Elizabeth Ryan formerly of Virginia late of Carrington Street. Ade Laide. Beau Lescoat in Pace. the 3rd april at Adelaide. Patrick beloved husband of Bridget sex ton of 124. Barton Terrace. North and ladle. Aged 58 years. Requiescat in Pace. To a 2nd april at encounter Bay. Maud Rose Lorraine second daughter of p. And i. Tugwell. Age 14 years and nine months. Resting with sister and brother after Many years of Ratering. Deaths the 3rd april at children s Hospital Victor Lancelot second son of Herbert a. And e. A of 38, Payne am Road. St. Peters aged nine. Suddenly. the 26th March at Arlen Elg accidentally drowned. Glen William Dunbar beloved husband of Myrtle Welsh and Loving father of Jolce base and Gordon of 13. Third Avenue Helms Isle. Aged 39 years. the 2nd april at Ada Street. Had Park. Margaret to a Widzer. Beloved Mother of Marjory Daisy. Frank Alec and Milne relict of William p. Wel Ler of Norwood aged 79. the 3rd april at his residence Tweeddale Frederick Johans George Wittke aged 72 years. Leaving a sorrowing wife and family. Fob toe raft notices see Page 4. A i advertisers Are requested to sen notices of in Sie Cottam and i heroes of the great War no later tha 4 pm cop of these in tended Tor saturday s Issue should i be supplied not later than 4 pan. ? i on thursday 1 i t i in memorial Joving memory of our dear Mother who passed away 3rd april 1926. For her Sweet rest. For us remembrance. Inserted by her Loving daughter and son Elsie and Andy. Loving memory of Mother who passed away 3rd april 1926. Beautiful memories of one to dear. Treasured Stul with a love sincere. Inserted by her Loving daughters. Ruby and Sylvia. fond and Loving memory of our Dearest Mother. Who was called to a higher service on 4ta april. Is3l. Dearer to memory than words can Tell. Was the Mother we lost and loved so Well. Ever remembered by her Loving Daugh ters. Hazel Linnet and grandchildren. Doris. Valda and Bex. Babidge in Loving memory of our dear husband end fatties die april 4th, 1927. Ever fondly by his Loving Wile and family. White part. Ever Loving remembrance of Dot Alice Only child accidentally killed St. Leonards 4th april 1828. God in his Wisdom has recalled the one whom be bestowed suffer Little children to come unto me for such is the kingdom of heaven. Loving memory of our Dar Ling daughter Betty who passed away on april 4th, 1931. You live with us in memory still. Not just today but always will. Inserted by her Loving Mother and lather ally Jacoc end Laurel and grand Mother and Grandfather Oilade. Loving memory of dear Little Betty who passed away 4th april 1931. Ever lovingly remembered by grandma Carr aunties uncles and cousins. Loving memory of i1"- a Betty who passed away 4th april 1931. Eer smiling face and Loving ways will linger with us All our Days. Ever remembered by her Loving aunty and Uncle. Rose and boy Dillon. Walier Tlle. Loving memory of our dear husband and father Albert who passed away at Eastwood 3rd april 1928. Deep in our hearts there s a memory of one we will never forget. Inserted by his Loving wife and san. Boyce. Loving memory of our dear husband and father killed on duty 3rd april 1930. Late a a police Force inserted by his wife and children Bif. fond memory of us who was accidentally killed 3rd april 1930. Two years have gone but the memory is just As by Tom and m u. Copley. In Loving memory of our dear son and brother who was killed on duty 3rd april 1930. Dear to us by his Mother Brothers and Sisters in Law. Loving memory of cur dear utile Wally. Died 3rd april. 1920.Ever remembered by his Loving aunty and Uncle. Or. And mrs. H. D. Clendinnen. la Vang memory of our dear husband and father who passed away on 3rd april 1930.Ever remembered by his wife and family. Loving tribute to the memory of Winnie who went to be with god 4th april. 1927 Ever in the thoughts of her dear ones. Loving memory of dear Winnie passed away 4tjj apr 1927. Always loved and remembered. Harold. Hosie in Loving memory of our dear wife and Mother who passed away 4th for her Sweet rest for us remembrance. Inserted by her Loving husband and family. Loving memory of my dear wife who passed away on 4tb apr. 1920. It was hard to part with one to loved. But god alone knew Best he knew the pain my loved one bore. And her Home to rest. So dear to me so sadly missed. But memory s Golden Chain will link the memory of our love in Tel we meet again. Inserted by her Loving husband. E hard ing. Loving memory of my dear Mother who passed away on 4tn april. 1920. The memory of her dear kind ways will linger with us All our Days. Inserted by her Loving daughter and son in Law. E. And b. Black Loving memory of our dear Mother and grandma who passed away 4th april. 1920. A Mother s memory is More than Gold. A Mother s Worth can Neer be told. Inserted by her Loving daughter and son a Law Polly and Dave Erand children Doris and Fred. Loving memory of our dear Mother who passed away at Beverley in the 4th april. 1920. While you rest in perfect sleep your memory we will always keep inserted so Sam and Fred Loving memory of our deaf lather who died 3rd april. 1931. 8.1.p. Always so Good unselfish Ard kind few in this world his equal to find. Inserted by his Oving son and daughter in Law. Andy and Ethel. In Meji Kiam Loverix Loving memory of our dear by Winnie. Olga. And Patricia. Loving memory of my dear Mother who died at Prospect on the 4th april 1926.inserted by her Loving son Jack Dequettevill Terrace. Kent town. Loving memory of our dear Mother who passed away on 4th april 1930. Loved in life treasured in death a Beautiful memory is All we Nave left. Ever remembered by her Loving son and daughter in Law Stan and Dorrie. Upson. In Loving memory of our dear Mother who passed away on 4th april. 1930. We have lost but heaven has gained. One of the Best the world contained. Always so Good unselfish and kind. Pew in this world her equal to find. Sadly missed by Lii and May. Loving memory of our dear father who passed away 4th april 1931.Ever remembered by his Loving son and daughter. Will and Jean. Morris. In fond memory of mrs. Morris who passed away on 3rd Alk rtt. 1930. Sweet memories linger remembered by or. And mrs. Jepson. Mcdonald. In Loving memory of our dear lather and brother who passed away on the 4th april. 1931, hearts that loved him dearly Are the ones that never forget. Inserted by his Loving daughter Dorothy and sister Eddy. Loving memory of my dear brother Percy who passed away on the 4th april. 1925. For him Sweet rest. For us remembrance. Inserted by his Loving Elster Daisy. Loving memory of our dear brother Percy who passed away on the 4th april. 1925. Dearest of memories linger yet. Too dearly loved to Ever forget. Inserted by he Loving Lisdero. Thyrza and Nellie. Loving memory of my dear wife Clara Lydia who passed away on the 4th april 1930. When the nights come softly stealing. And the roses Are Mist with Dew. Deep within my heart i cherish fond memories dear Clara of you. Inserted by her Loving husband. Loving memory of our dear Mother who passed away on the 4th i april. 1930. God saw what wa6 before you. Mum. And what you would have had to Bear. So. Smiling Down. He thought it Best to take you Home in his care. But if we had the world to give. We would give it yes and More. To see our Darling Mother s face come emiling through the door. Inserted by her Loving daughter and son in Law Clara and George. Loving memory of our dear Mother and grandma who passed away on the 4th april 1930. Sweet memories of you dear Mother. Will never fade away. Ever remembered by her Loving daughter son in Law and grand daughter. Gladys Jack and Beryl Hatwell Peterson. In fond Meinord of Arthur who passed away 3rd april. 1931. Loving memories linger still not Only today but always will. Inserted by his pals. Horace Hopkins Arthur Moran Bill Quinn. Loving memory of dear Arthur who died 4th april. 1931. Result of motor Accident you left your Home that fatal death was near. And that you never would return to those that loved you dear to those who never Felt the blow they cannot feel the pain when one goes out in perfect Haslich and never comes Home against today brings Back sad memories memories that War us cry. To think dear Arthur you were we could say Good Bye. Ever remembered by his Loving Elsters and Brothers. Loving memory of outwear son and brother pm who passed away on the 4th april. 1928. Always deep in our love Burns Bright and True there s a Light that win Burn memory dear pm. Of you. Inserted by nos Loving Mother lather Sisters and Brothers. M. And e. W. Bogers and family. Rogers. In Loving memory of our Loving memories linger still not just today but always wifi. Ever remembered by his Loving brother. Aub. And sister in Law. Dolly. Smith. In Loving memory of our dear father. J. H. Smith who passed away at Hanson Street Gawler West on the 4ui april. Is27.lnserted by ill and Smith. In Loving memory of j. , who passed away at Hanson Street. Gawker West on the 4th april 1927. Ever by Delia and Avis. Loving memory of Wil Liam Allen dear husband and father who passed away on the 3rd april. 1929in sorted by his Loving wife and family. Watson. In fond and Loving memory of our Mother who passed away on the3rd april. 1931. Bea Tuul memories Are All we have left in god s greatest gift our Mother. Ever remembered by her Loving Chil Dren. Lorna Bex and Murray and grand son. Little Douglas. The advertiser Adelaide monday. April 4. 1932 ugly symptoms in Sydney it is indicative either of the Gene ral perversity of things or of the Spe Cial of affairs in new South Wales that in anticipation of the dangerous civil commotion in which Lang ism has Long threatened to culminate the new guard came into being in the Hope of preventing the police from being overwhelmed by the forces of anarchy. And now. Colonel Eric Campbell and his merry men have become the objects of an official Campaign which possibly suggests tto or. Lang if to no one else that they will themselves be overwhelmed by the police. In Point of fact the repressive measures which with every symptom of disquiet the Lang government has ordered to be enforced against the new guard Are calculated enormously to strengthen this unhealthy if not unnatural manifestation of an Abun Dant pack of Public Faith in or. Lang his ministers and his growing army of appointees in the civil service. All that Lang ism can Hope to do is to Breed bad blood Between the police and the Community which the police is sworn to protect. In this direction a Good Deal has already been done nor have the leaders of the new guard been ? slow to respond to what appear to ? have been the deliberate attempts of officialdom to tread on the tails of their i Coats. In in Exchange of political pleasantries. Colonel Campbell seems i As prone to overstep the Mark As or. Lang Tilini if but throughout the whole of the very a edifying Wordy warfare that has been proceeding for Many months the colonel despite Hie. Gift for invective has been the loser. Ino one is shocked when or. Lang. Descends to personal abuse and neither he nor his government Falls further in Public estimation when As so often happens he is guilty of a deplorable breach of Good taste. Bet Ter things Are expected of the new guard. Colone Campbell is doubtless encouraged by the uproarious laughter of his guardsmen when he cracks rather dubious jokes about the pre Mier and his now famous Bull Ebene Zer or when he remarks that the pomade on the ridiculous moustache of the police commissioner May account for the fact that a distinguished offi Cial nose has not yet been invaded by the stench of tin the general Public however is in such a mood As to be easily surf edited with this sort of thing and the new guard had already declined in general Esti mation when Captain de groot essayed his rather absurd coup de main on the Bridge. If this was the Best that the new guard could do. The Lang government had Small occasion for panic. A administration confident of the sympathy and support of a Majo Rity of the electorate might have Dis posed of a misguided guardsman with an indulgent smile. Conscience however doth make cowards of us All and there has been nothing More suggestive of the rather desperate state of mind of or. Lang and his minis ters than their hysterical reaction to the affair of Captain de groot and the severed ribbon. The practical joke which l the fact that the decent people of new South Wales while increasingly apprehensive of a grave outbreak of violence Are also begin Ning to be dubious if not of the ability of the police to restore order then of the Unity discretion and Zeal of the Force under the present regime. It is earnestly to be hoped that these fears if they exist Are groundless but if they have any foundation at Ell no lawful precautions which the friends of Good government Are now in a position to take can be deemed very excessive. Ireland and the Empire the refusal of the Irish free state to recognise the oath of allegiance it is believed has been strongly condemned by the Commonwealth gov eminent a it probably will be by the governments of the other dominions. For this is not a question affecting Ireland alone. Ireland s place in the Empire is governed As that eminent Juri prudent. Professor Ben Edale Keith insists by the treaty with Bri Tain which however is not immutable like the Laws of the medes and persians but May be altered with the consent of both parties. For Euch assent. Professor Keith advises or. De Valera to offer to negotiate As. Left i to himself be might quite possibly be ready to do. Unless he has changed his mind since at a secret session of the Dail in december. 1921, he proposed a peace of Goodwill differing in no important respect from the treaty except in the form of the oath of Alle Giance which was to be allegiance to the Constitution of Ireland and the treaty of association of Ireland with the British Commonwealth of the King of great Britain being recognised As the head of this association. Since that year however the militant element has Brown and the question is whether or. De Valera will be Strong enough to agree if the Bri Tish government is willing to an amendment of the treaty which will leave the free state within the Empire. The saturday review one of the leading organs of conservatism while stating that there can be no question of preventing secession by Force As president Lincoln did in the Case of the Southern states of America Points out that the consequences of secession would be As disastrous to Ireland As if she were subjected to coercion. For j if she left the Empire. Irishmen All Owr the Empire would become aliens and. As such a debarred from All official but it is sufficient to show As did the British attorney general sir Thomas Inskip speaking in Scotland last week that Ireland would necessarily be excluded from All fiscal favors from the rest of the Empire. A report that the Irish free state was not to be invited by the Canadian government to the Ottawa conference has been officially denied but it is obvious that were Ireland to Cut herself adrift from the Empire she would of necessity gain nothing by representation at Ottawa. The huge percentage of Irish agricultural produce which now crosses the Irish Channel would As the London observer puts it become foreign products with no title for consideration alongside of the Imperial produce that can easily replace them end awaits Only the of the rest of the dominions would for the Sake of the Empire s strength and prestige feel seriously the defection of Ireland but they would be affected also though in another Way. Were it seriously contemplated to Accord her All the advantages of preference without Safe guards against her detachment. Or. De Valera who was possibly less Wise in 1919 than he has since become suggested in that year that Irish pro Duce might find in Germany As Good a Market As it then found in Britain. Good in this connection May have some esoteric meaning unrelated to pecuniary profit but. So far As the word implies economic advantage Irish producers would not be Long in discovering that the Saxon shilling obtain Able next door was to be preferred to the teutonic Mark divested by freight charges of no Small part of its value. If the Danes who live next door to Germany greatly prefer the British Market that Market must have still greater attractions for their hibernian rivals. Ireland cannot afford to quarrel with a country with which 90 per cent of her Trade is done. An irishman is wild in speech the result of years of irresponsible opposition but he casts it off in the grip of fact with a contempt beyond the reach of sober speaking men says w. B. Teats than whom no one could be a better judge of his countrymen. City Council urged to seduce rates at the last meeting of the Council of the chamber of Commerce the Fol lowing Resolution was unanimously adopted in View of the fact that the aggregate of municipal and stats taxation in Adelaide is so much heavier than in Melbourne our chief and nearest commercial competitor. This chamber urges the Adelaide City Council to do All in its Power to re Duce its this Resolution has been forwarded to the City Council. Women seek Post of Public executioner Budapest april 2. Three women were among the applicants for the Post of Public executioner. They were annoyed when they were told that Only men would be con eid cred. One declared that she wanted to revenge herself on men in general or the disillusionment brought her. Baby week surely i ought to know having buried eight was the indignant reply of a Mother when admonished about the raw carrots on which she was bringing up her two remaining Chil Cren. The Story obviously dates from an age when big families were the Rule perhaps from the time of Queen am who had seventeen no t one of whom reached maturity. Yet the period is not so Remote As to be for gotten when the maternal instinct was regarded As a sufficient guide to a Temal duties and when consequently an enormous infantile mortality wee not extraordinary if nowadays infants have a much better Chance of existence the reason May be found largely in the work of such organisations As the mothers and babies health association and in the assistance it has received from a generous Public in combating the multitudinous perils that Environ maternal and child life. The organisation is an Extension and expansion of the old school for mothers which represented the earliest Effort in this state to awaken the Public con science to the literally vital importance of child welfare work. Its operations which Are state wide and bearing fruit in a reduced mortality and improved health among infants entitle the Appeal it is making for support during baby week to be inaugurated today to a Hearty response from All who recognise their duty to the weak and helpless. Especially should it be remembered in the Case of those of ten Der years that it is a question not Only of preserving life out freeing it from tampering physical and mental disabilities entailed by neglect in in fancy. The latter Point deserves special at Tention because in the nature of things there Are no statistics by which the work of the association in promoting the health rather than the Mere sur Vival of its proteges can be demonstrated. We know that infantile mortality in South Australia 36.46 per thousands the lowest in the Commonwealth and is Only 236 per cent higher than that of new zealand which boasts of having the lowest rate in the world. But it is impossible to tabulate the children who have profited hygienically from the greater care received during the most pre carious period of their lives that com prised within the first twelve months. Nor is it As though the care were confined to children when born. The most elaborate attention will not then atone for indifference and neglect Dur ing the pre Natal stage. It should be stated As an explanation of a whole week being occupied by the association s Appeal that it has wide ramifications its crusade on behalf of mothers end children being conducted through 19 Branch committees in Addi Tion to the Central committee. A state subsidy together with that subscribed by the municipal bodies accounts for half the association s income leaving the other Moiety to be furnished by Public generosity. The state does what it can but official Effort is Apt to be vitiated by red tape and routine and is no real substitute for private initiative and that voluntary service which entitles the sponsors of baby week to the heart-1 Felt gratitude not of the beneficiaries Only but of the Public. Scientists Story of Neutron Ray we Are All very excited the Story of the discovery of the Neutron Ray the biggest rave lation of its kind since the finding of the a Ray is told by or. Mark Oli Phant Hessel research fellow of the Royal society at Cavendish Laboratory j England in a letter to professor Ken Grant at the Adelaide University. The Neutron Ray was discovered by or. James Chadwick assistant director of the Cavendish Laboratory at the end or last month. Your Friend beryllium has yielded a new form of matter or. Oliphant writes. Irene Curie and her Hus band Jolio in a note in the computes Rendus. Told of some experiments on the absorption of the radiation produced by bombarding beryllium with Alpha particles from polonium a member of the Radium series of radio Active element sin which they observed that substances containing Hydrogen such As Puffin Wax gave protons the positively charged nuclei of Hydrogen atoms of a Range of 30 to 40 centimetres in air. Moving in the direction of the radiation when used As absorbing screens in front of an ionization chamber. They therefore postulated a Posi Tive Compton effect which so give pro tons the observed Energy of about three million volts requires a quantum of 20 Odd million volts at. Least from the momentum considerations. This seemed to Chadwick to be unduly High so he get to work to investigate the problem with the valve Proton counter. He found protons produced from was to possess Energy of about 52 Mil lion volts if the effect was to be ascribed to a positive Compton absorption. Kicks increased now he tried screens of other substances and found that they ail increased the number and the size of the kicks Given by the counter. He tried filling his counter with Hydro Gen Hal Init air nitrogen and argon and found the size of the error is in creased with the mass of the atoms Lithium and beryllium also gave an increased effect. Prom the size of the kick and estimates of the Range of the particles observed be comes to the conclusion that in each Case one has atoms of the struck substance moving Forward As projectiles. It is impossible to imaging a Quan Tum doing this and in any Case consideration of tie energies shows that the quantum required is far too Large to be produced by any Ordinary Dis integration. The Energy calculated from the packing fraction for Beryl Lium and so on is far too Small. How Ever if one assumes that the projectiles Are knocked Forward by Colli Sions with particles of the mass of the Hydrogen atom one finds Complete agreement with the facts and the Energy of the particle is within a few per cent of the calculated value. Long Range the particles must be Neutral for they have a Range of More than frail a mile in the air hence neutrons or close combinations of Proton and elec tron with negligible external Field. These particles were discussed years ago by Rutherford As nuclear bricks a Tiff Oppenheimer has recently out lined a wave theory for them. So far go Good. Or. Feather now set to work to look for the protons Anu truck atoms in the Wilson chamber. He immersed a polonium source sur rounded by beryllium and sealed in a tube into Bis chamber. He immediately found them. The conditions of his Experiment Are that about 2,000 neutrons traverse his chamber Dur ing the time of Supei saturation Fol lowing each expansion. He observes particles with Wirra Tanta Tutti directed a Way from the source of radiation which Start out As isolated tracks about two or three Millimetres in Range at Odd Points in the chamber. He has observed about 40 of these on 280 photo graphs and the energies calculated from the Range axe in comp Lete Accord with the Neutron hypothesis. Disintegration More significant still he finds Dis integrations signified by double tracks with the Correct total momentum directed away from the source Start ing from a common Point. One track is thick and Short and appears to be a nitrogen nucleus which has disintegrated and Given an Alpha particle which escapes giving a thinner and longer track while the Neutron appears to be retained by the nitrogen nucleus. Thus the product must be a Boron atom of mass 11. Neutrons if continuously generated must escape from the Mythi. As atomic Hydrogen cannot be held by the gravitational Field or they May recombine with nuclei. Unlike charged particles their Range would increase As they lost Energy at first. They could not be retained in any vessel for any sub stance would be quite pervious to particles of such minute Cross Section. One Point is that they cannot constitute the penetrating radiation for they do not ionize and hence cannot give Large Energy to electrons As this radiation is observed to do. Nor can they possibly work two counters in 6erie&. Giving simultaneous kicks after passage through an absorbing screen. We Are All very excited about the discovery and this May give the per Sonal touch to your Reading on the subject of the most amazing expert i mental discovery since that of baby week begins today variety of entertainments this is baby week and its object is to raise funds for the mothers and babies health association. Many will assist in the entertainments arranged and lady Hore Ruthven who is interested in the association will attend some of the functions. Only 50 per cent of the income of the society is received in govern ment and municipal subsidies the remaining half being raised through the efforts of Central Ana Branch committees. It is expected that the funds of the association will Benefit considerably from baby week. At 4.15 this afternoon an Appeal will be broadcast from Sci by a Mem Ber of the British medical association and a Bridge party will be held this evening at Bannera. On tuesday there will be a Bridge afternoon at the Adelaide town Hall. Lady Hore Ruthven will attend a gift Tea at the residence of mrs. E. W. Holden. Dequen Tevele Ter race. Kent town on wednesday. Lady Mawson and or. William Silver have arranged a gala concert for thursday evening at the Australia Angas Street. Friday is badge Day. And in the evening a dance and mannequin Parade have been arranged at the palais Royal. On saturday afternoon there will be a children s Garden party at the Home of mrs. Alan Simpson Lockwood Road. Burnside the work of the association is state wide and the Home of every new born baby is reached either person ally or by Post if it is in a District where there is no nurse the objective is reduced infant mortality and improved infant life As the result of the babies diet being supervised by experts. An interesting feature of baby week will be the Ovenin for Public inspection of baby welfare cottages in Adelaide and suburbs. The com Mittee invites All people interested in the movement to visit centres this week. There can be no better Way than this to pain an insight into the work. The following centres Uit Bao a for in Tri n to Day for to 4.30 . Headquarters. 48. W"i2 to Stre. Darla do baby health Cutti to. Vic Latch Rai was station a by Wel fare cottage Wellington Street. Port Adelaide. Left when boy return Admiral Fleet s new Leader comes Home All australian staff an australian who loft new South Wales As a boy to join the Royal Navy has come Back to his Homeland As a rear Admiral after an absence of 44 years. He is Bear Admiral r. C. Dalglish who reached the outer Harbor on Satur Day from London on the co Morin on his Way to Sydney to take Over the command of the australian Squadron. He will succeed Commodore Holbrook and will hoist his Flag on the Cruiser Canberra on april 7. Rear admin Dalglish was born a Dubbo new South Wales in 1880. And eight years later he went top end with his parents. His ambition even then was to be a Navy Man and when 14 he joined the Royal Navy to Rose quickly and at the outbreak of the War was lieutenant commander on the battleship King George v. Soon after be was promoted commander and served in the battleship a Ana of from 1915 to 1918. He fought at Jot land and was promoted Captain on december 31. 1918. Post War appointments Tivin in several physical training and sports posts the command of the to a map Barham in 1920. And the training ship Ganges in 1923. Then be became senior naval officer at Harwick. He was promoted Commodore commanding the Atlantic Fleet destroyer flotilla in 1928, and rear Admiral on april 2. 1931. Rear Admiral Dalglish would not be drawn when questioned on saturday about naval matters until asked if he favored the Empire fleets being kept at full strength. The Navy is the Best Protection any country has be said and it is always Best to keep that form of defence up to the Mark. Of course an Navy men axe in favor of As Many boats As possible being kept in commission because it a fire More employment for the rear Admiral Eaid that he had understood that he was not coming to Australia until the end of this year and it came As a great Surprise to Tabu to be told a few Days before the co Morin sailed that he was to go to Australia at once. I am Yifru to to be Back be Eaid and Ramtoo angkor Ward to my two years Ebay Here. I have been appointed for that period. My personal Eta i Wjt consist almost entirely of members of the australian Fleet. The Only officer i shall bring out will probably be a Flag the rear Admiral s wife is coining out on a later boat. Flag lieutenant appointed London april 2. Lieutenant w. R. Marshall Adeane who was recently serving in the Medit Teranen Fleet has been appointed Flag lieutenant to Bear Admiral . Dalglish who is talking Over cnut Nanri of the australian Squadron. Commander w. V. Beverley. Late of the Cruiser Caledon. Who Lias already served two ears in Australia has been appointed to succeed the late commander Curry on Exchange duty at the Flinders naval depot. Personal the governor and lady Hore Ruthven will return to Adelaide from Sydney on wednesday. That after noon lady Hore Ruthven will be pre sent at a gift Tea at mrs. E. W. Hol Den s House in bid of the mothers and babies health association. In the evening the governor and lady Hore but Ven will attend the performance of this woman bad Ness by the Adelaide repertory theatre. On to Aux Day night. Jip governor will be present at a concert in Aid of the Wood the group of toe h. On Friday night he and lady Hore Ruthven will attend a dance in Aid of the mothers and babies health association. On saturday Wigert lady Hore Ruthven will open toe port Adelaide Flor cultural society show at the town pall Tae prime minister or. Balsa Macdonald. Who is the guest of the King and Queen at Windsor Castie. Arrived there from London on Friday afternoon by car. End bad an audience of his majesty says a Cable from los Don. The Commonwealth attorney Gene ral or. Latham visited the italian under Secretary for foreign affairs in borne on Friday and left later for Geneva says a Cable from London. Or. V. E. R. Dumas. Registrar Gene ral of deeds will conclude his annual leave on saturday. Or. A j. Morison Deputy town clerk. Will travel to Sydney on the Marnida which will leave port Adelaide today. Or. James Ashton. The artist will be 73 today. He was educated at the Blue coat school in England and came to South Australia in 1884. He was Art master at Prince Alfred col lege for 40 years was president of the society of arts for four years and vice president for 28 years. He has now retired and is living at Brighton. He still paints every Day. Or. Ashton is represented in the National Art gallery by four pictures. Or. And mrs. A. D. Hayward were among the Arig Alfip Twat ends who returned from Europe by the co Morin on saturday. Or. R. Krantz House surgeon at the Adelaide Hospital will leave for Syd Ney today on the a my a or. W. G. Wileman superintendent of the broken Hill proprietary com Pany s Worts at Whyalla. Arrived in Adelaide on Friday. He is staying at the South australian hotel. Or. George Solomon of Rose Park will leave for London by the Moreton Bay today. Or. B. L. Symons of port Augusta is paying a Short visit to Adelaide. He is staying at the South australian hotel. Captain Alan e. Dean of the i nth a army and mrs. Dean arrived in Ade Laide on saturday on a Holiday visit to Australia. They travelled on the co Morin. Or. J. E. Morphett. Former Secretary to the Adelaide steamship company will leave for Sydney today on tie Anunda. Or. Crawford Vaughan Bas been appointed chairman of the executive of the proportional representation group which will carry on an Active Campaign during the absence of mrs. A. H. Young abroad. Or. Hanna Ford. . Is president of the group. Or. David Blyth manager of the Torke Peninsula Barley producers association will leave for Sydney today on the Anunda. The mail plane left Para Seld for Perth on saturday morning with mails and the following passengers for Perth mrs. R. Brearley. Or. R. Brear Ley. Or. Lowe or. Herriot or. J Wright. Or. L. Barratt. Or. G. Mur Ray. For Meduna mrs. C. Tonkin miss e. Taine or. C. Tonkin. Prom Kalgoorlie for Perth or. W. Derby. Or. Harrison. Or. W. Austin or. E. Blackmail. The following passengers will pm Mark on the Moreton Bay at the outer Harbor today or. And mrs. D. T. Ayres. Or. And mis. S. J. T. Corby or. And mrs t. Cairns and or. And mrs. W. Wood. Mesdames u. L. Clark N. Dare e. Grouch r. Morris Smith and a. Bytes misses Ayres. M. E. Eames. J. W. Edwards. C. R Hustler. D. Martin. Teesdale. End h. Brownett. Or g. H. Solomon. Messes. T. G. Crook. J. Drummond. J. As borne. W. Phelan. R. Sawyer. G. Sav age e. Sheppard. And Shaw and master d. F. Corby and j. Cairns

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