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Adelaide Mail (Newspaper) - August 12, 1933, Adelaide, South Australia
National Library of Australia cuban army joins rebels president in flight from \ angry people dash from Palace in armoured car mail special representative Havana August ii. The entire cuban army revolted today and presi Dent Machado dictator of Cuba for eight years fled from the Wrath of an outraged people in a motor car bristling with machine guns. He dashed from the Palace in the direction of his. Farm 20 Miles from the City but it is believed that he will try to escape by sea to Santa Domingo whose government has offered him shelter. A scene in Havana cavalry ride to City for the last two years president Machado has ruled ruthlessly with the 6upport of his army one of the Best paid and organised forces in latin America. But the Seething discontent of the people and steady pressure by the United states government showed army officers that at last Machado had reached the end of Hie tether. The Mutiny started among troops at fort Cabanas across the Harbor and at Camp Columbia eight Miles West of the City. Cavalry immediately clattered into the City an of the president s Palace was placed in readiness for a siege. Machine guns on the roof were unhooked and. All avenues leading to the Palace were cleared. But at 2 pin. The president left in a motor car bristling with machine gang. A Rumor swept through the City that he bad written a resignation selecting the minister of War Gen. Herrera As his successor. Or. Carlos Manuel de Cespedes would be much More acceptable to the population and also to the United states whose government has been urging Machado to resign in favor of or. De Cespedes formerly cuban minister to Washington. The army first demanded Machado s resignation with 24 hours expiring at noon on saturday but the dictator did not wait till then. Hundreds of people have been shot or hanged in the last two years for allegedly plotting to overthrow Machado. The Genera strike of the last few Days was the culmination of deep and bitter feel ing among the people who for five years have been allowed no Chance to express their resentment through the ballot Box. Man in Green tweeds wears White Necktie too z the first australian to Wear a Bright Jurreen Euit arrived at outer Harbor in the Bendigo today. He was or. H. a vaudeville artist from Lon. Don and he was taking his Emerald 4weeds to Melbourne. Every Well dressed Man in London has Green tweeds these Days he said nonchalantly while a Small crowd stood off and surveyed his vivid Uit with its Bright Green buttons and the Green spotted White tie which accompanied it. His doable breasted Waistcoat was drawn closely to the Waist and was generously pleated above the Waistline. Some Fellows Are wearing Grey Green but that is a mistake he added. Grey Green in mainly Grey with a faint Green Stripe and it is definitely unbecoming. But the real Green or new preen is hard to resist z London craze with it a White tie k worn. White ties Are absolutely the latest craze in London and Are worn with suite of All Coyote. They Are spotted to match the suit. For instance a Blue suit Means Blue spots on the tie or perhaps Blue circles or horseshoes. I Realise that Green takes a Little ret Ting used to. In fact he added confidentially the Waterside workers unmistakably gave me the Bird at Fremantle. J have never in my life been such con tempt As was manifested by one of them wearing a White singlet and flannel Trou ears he is one of the three Australia boys Jjo have appeared successfully during the past eight years on the London stage in America Atid on the continent. . Baseball team makes history Sydney saturday. New South Wales j buffered two unexpected reverses in Theon Ludin games of the interstate base Hall series held on Petersham Oval to 1 Day a Lien South Australia and Victoria each won a game. When South austra Lia beat new South Wales by one run they created baseball history for it was ? the first time they had Boa ten the new South Wales team since the inauguration \ of the series in 1912. South Australia and new South Wales ? provided one of the Best games seen Dur ins the series. South Australia eventually snatched a Brilliant win by 2 to 1. Smart Fielding and spectacular catches were car lied out by both teams. It was not in a til the Eif Rhth innings that an error of. Curved. Those who scored for South aus i italia were Ohlstrom. Wiles and Gil j Lespie. Scores s.\. 0 0 i 0 0 0 0 2 0 n .s.w. 00000000 1. Garage on fire but car saved a fire broke out in a a garage at the rear of the borne of or. K. P. Sawers j of Stannington Avenue marry Atville this afternoon. It almost ruined an electric Lawn Mower and destroyed a Large Quan Tity of gardening implements. The Zara re was partially Burnt. I or. Sawers who m a Well known sport j inn Man and pastor Alt was away at the \ time of the outbreak. The prompt action of the Woiwood fire brigade saved the garage from being putted. A motor car. Whir a was in the garage was practically undamaged. Big Taj Nyks will be court exhibits perhaps the largest individual exhibits to figure in South australian court proceedings will be to galvanised Iron tanks seized by the police at mile in a to flav. Five men were arrested by detective Francis and plainclothes constables fully and g. Leane Early this Moraine follow Ine investigations by them throughout the night. One of the men. An employee of Crapp and Hawkes. Hardware merchants of Currie Street was charged with larceny and the other four were charged with receiving. About 6.30 . Vesterdal information was received at police Headquarters about Aile eed Puteri Sive taif of at the to in psf of Craun &. Hawkes. Police were detailed to investigate and visits it Rem do t the West end of the cite. Norwood and mile end and ended in the arrests of five men. Police Story it is alleged that the men were Makine tanks rubbish bins and Bird fron the galvanised Iron and wire that had been stolen from Craded & Hawkes. J the police took a 1,000-Jrallon tank to police Headquarters where it was lodged in the Yard. They expect to recover two More 1,000-gallon tanks one 2,000-gallon tank and a 400-gallon tank. Iron and wire to the value of �50 were recovered also. At the Adelaide police court today Lionel Birchall John Thomas Josephs Clement Harris Joseph Josephs and Peter Moses neared before or. G w Halcombe . Birchall was charged with Havine stolen galvanised Iron t the value of �40, and the other four were charged with receiving. On the application of the senior Assis Tant police prosecutor or. Dayman they were remanded until Neust 25. Bail of �60 was allowed. Or. C. Gun appeared for the five men. Drainage plan for Renmark blocks the difficulties of settlers on Block e at Renmark wer placed before the com missioner of Crown lands and minister of irrigation or. Act Toshi at Tipti Mark when to met representatives of taif Penmark irrigation Trust and the settler. Acre Minnied by the attorney general snarl minister of employment Catt. To for Ifni. Or. Mel Tosh visited a Artnur Irris rat i settlements on the Tiver mar rav. To inv returned to Adelaide Toni Juhr. Or. Mcintosh paid a conference a h w the Tjie Chni Nian of tie run Tana irrigation Trust or. C. Katekaru. The ret to or. Penhall the a Nenner or. Hollerand present natives of the settlers on m e report to Trust ways and Means of overcoming tie dancer threatened by the Risene of the water table word i ii i 1. Certain of the to on ref Vic k had become water los Cpl through the water rising and of ? Ain Junir away from the Nandor strata. A Drain a a rhyme was outlined by repro Cotita tips of the to to. Or. Met Tosh am the scheme comm Lipan not Only the Pitt ers concerns i. But would no pet the inter put of the nov Peri put and the Trust. Web list the area. To also Wou d provide a cer Tain amount of Relief work for a pm loved in the District. He honed tha the work Wonleh to put in hand at an Early Date. Prof. J. A. Prescott the Waite aft i cultural research inst tale. Who also visited the area and made an Jansi Eton of the land has submitted a report v the chairman of the Trust to Confer on interest 1 Home buyers May be helped Canberra. Saturday. Thousands of Home buyers who hold their Homes under mortgage will be vitally interested in the conference be tween Norou Pineur members of the fed eral government and banking and financial institutions on tuesday. The conference has been arranged to enable the government to ascertain the Prospect of securing another Cut in private interest before getting to grips with budget problems at Cabinet meet Ings which begin at the end of the month. Some important discussions in relation to the budget will depend on the Suc Cess of the conference on tuesday. Preliminary discussions Between minis ters have indicated that the government might be Able to provide tax Relief considerably in excess of the 1932-3 surplus of 3% millions. Probable tax Relief in influential circles it is thought that the government can safely Frame a tax reduction programme of 5% millions. The government is committed to a sub Stantial reduction of the 10 per cent super tax on property the land tax and the sales tax and under article 14 of the Ottawa agreement to some reductions which affect primate on British goods. It is expected that wheat Relief will Cost less in the 1933-4 season. Last Finan Cial year More than two millions was spent in this direction. Primates Are More important factors in the budget situation than is generally thought. Primate is purely a Revenue impost. It was introduced by the Seul Lin government during a time of acute Fin Ancial emergency. There Are some Strong cases for its abolition. It May be practicable however to Cut this impost in half. Or. Alternatively to exempt All goods of British origin from primate and thus show that Australia is determined to observe the Ottawa agreement in the spirit As Well As in the letter. Doctor s death in Sydney Sydney saturday. Or. Harold West Hodgson the former resident superintendent of Minda Home Brighton South Australia died in an ? hotel in Elizabeth Street Sydney Early today. A postmortem examination is being held to deter mine the cause of his death with his wife and nine year old Daugh Ter. Or. Hodgson arrived from Adelaide yesterday and booked a room at the hotel. Shortly after 3 -a.m. Today mrs. Hodgson was awakened by her h u Sib and tossing about in convulsions. She spoke to him and when he failed or. H. W. Hodgs Ondr. H. To answer she went for help. On her return str Hodgson was dead. It is said by the police that an unlabelled bottle with a Small Quantity of liquid in it. And a Glass also containing some liquid were found on the dressing table. Or. Hodgson who was 83 years of age arrived in Adelaide to take up the position at Minda three years ago. And resigned in january this year. Since then he had been relieving medic i men in the country. Mrs. Hodgson visited England this year and returned a few weeks Apro. Immediately before his appointment to Minda or. Hodgson was assistant medi Cal officer of Darenth training Colony Dartford England. Before that he had held several positions at mental Hospi tals in England. The news of or. Hodgson s death Ornes As a great Shock to his friends in Adelaide raid the Secretary of Minda Home rms. E. A. Ansty today. He performed valuable service for Mitilda Home during his term there and in was with personal regret that i received his resignation. Or. Hodgson was always courteous Ati ? am?n-i1p to work with members of the justices association who have been detailed to attend the Adelaide police Courte next week Are mrs m. C. E. Pirt. Messes. R. G. Thise ton. F. W. Harrop. J. Fowler a j. Bowden. H. J. Deeble j. W. Smith j. T. Kvern. A. A Susman a. J. Tarratt w James j. E. Morphett g. Hoskins j. C Comley. P. W. Batson f. G Schmidt e w. Fenery. H. J. Friedrichs and j. Hayter Reed. Preparing tie new buildings for this year s Royal show the showground at Bayville now presents a scene of bustling activity with tradesmen of All sorts working at full Speed preparing the new build i Ings which have been erected for this year s show which opens next month. These pictures taken today show top from left members of the show j Council messes. A. Hamilton left s superintendent of the sheep Section h. J. Finnis Secretary of the show and a. S. Kidman assistant superintendent of the sheep Section making a tour of inspection a Carpenter at work and filling the water vessels used to protect Grain from the mice. Beneath putting i Down a Concrete floor in a new building and a Painter bricklayer and plumber on the Job. J no change in Tariff support for or. Lyons local views the prime minister or. Lyons is to be commended for the definite stand lie made Ajja inst the theoretical and impossible Kronos Al of the Onnon tits if Australia s Tariff said the presi Dent of the chamber of manufactures or. A. R. Uren. He was referring to or. Lyons statement to a deputation yesterday that its request for re enactment of toe 1921.30 Tariff Laws was the most in decent request made to him since he had been prime minister he emphatically refused to accent the request. Or Lyons took the Only sane stand continued or. Uren. Constant changes in the Tariff rates have the most serious repercussions on the investment of Capi Tal in secondary industries and dislocate whole of the distributing warehousing and other organisations. Stood by country the men to be upheld Are those who have invested their capital in australian industries and who Are employing the greater bulk of australian workmen. These Are the men who stood by austra Lia and helped through the crisis. Now that the Load is easing a Little is it sensible to suggest that the factories that have been built up and the staffs that have be n trained shall be cast aside for some theoretical fancy when it was realised that the total imports of British goods was approximately 29 million pounds a year while australian manufactures used by austra lians total 291 millions we have something to protect. In View of the extraordinary revela Tion of nationalism at the last big London conference the deputation s request is amazing. All the nations of the world Are erecting barriers against Australia rhe Sydney deputation was an attempt to make Australia a dumping ground for the world s goods said or. Even. Those to suffer would be the Mil Lions engaged in our factories the thou Sands of unemployed whose Hope of work would be utterly dashed and the army of youths who Are seeking their life s vocation in our country. The whole world is appalled at the Competition that has set in from Japan. Today we read that France is dumping wheat into England at the expense of one of our chief Export commodities. America has deflated her currency to boost exports and Germany is having a political revolution preparatory to a commercial re Volution. Make foreigner pay yet Australia is asked to jeopardise her factories. Any reduction in tariffs must affect them and their employees. Revenue lost in customs duties will have to be made up in land income and sales taxes or by some new method to be de Vised. Surely it is better to make the foreigner pay than that our own people should be mulch the managing director of general motor Holden e Ltd. Or. E. W. Hoi Der took the same View. I feel very definitely that to accede to the requests of the deputation would wreck the manufacturing Industry in Australia he said. If the Tariff was altered As suggested our Trade balance could not Bear the additional Burden and Australia would 6oon and herself in financial difficulties again or. Norman Taylor a former president of the chamber of Commerce said he could see no Hope for the world until Tariff barriers were broken Down. Gir William Mitchell Rice Chancellor of the University of Adelaide has accepted an invitation to be a vice president of the Institute. Of Public administration. Visitors to Ceylon must pay income tax to time is wasted by the taxation department in Ceylon in providing visitors with income tax forms. The Rev. H. H. Overall who returned by the liner Ben Digo which arrived at outer Harbor this afternoon had not been in Colombo three weeks when he was sent an income tax form demanding particulars of his income both in Ceylon and elsewhere. The form was printed in four languages English. Tamil. Singhalese and hindu Stani. The Clergyman however was not called upon to enrich the coffers of the government but he has brought the form Back with him As a memento. Or. Overall who is connected with the Bishop s Home missions and is stationed at the Meadours Mylor District Church went to Colombo for a Holiday. He studied the customs of the natives and the work of the Church there. The natives regard visitors As old mines and although begging is officially banned tourists Are asked for Money in All Parte of the Island he said. Something for nothing to us and Noth j in for nothing to you appeared to be their philosophy he continued. The Early dutch settlers and Colon its who pioneered the East indies had left j their Mark throughout the Island. The con 1 duct of the Law courts was More dutch j than English and practically every House occupied by europeans was of the dutch Bungalow Type of architecture. The most interesting of the native customs was the i procession of the tooth of Buddha. A casket was carried purporting to contain the sacred tooth. Actually the tooth we cd was contained in several Golden caskets one within the other in the Temple of the tooth Kandy was not taken from the Temple and the casket in the procession was empty. The celebrations comprised principally of a procession of elephants and began j with 28 elephants. It lasted 10 Days and each night the number of elephants was increased. Test before licence is necessary in the opinion of the motor traffic police the absence of a driving test for a licence is responsible for the majority of accidents although negligent driving is a contributing Factor. Commenting on the fact that during the last 12 months motor vehicles were involved in accidents in which 53 persons were killed and 1,149 injured one con table said it was a telling argument in favor of compelling All motorists to undergo a severe test before being granted a licence. As the Law stands now a person need never have been in a car before he said. Such a Driver is a menace on the Road and a potential killer. It is my Opi Nion that if every Motorist in South Australia were compelled to go to Victoria or new South Wales for a test in driving at least 60 per cent would return with out licences another official in the traffic department was equally emphatic in his disapproval of the present system. Even a mentally affected person can obtain a licence he Eaid. The Situa Tion is absurd and dangerous. Common 1 sense demands that All Drivers should i undergo a test and this state could Well \ follow the exam male set by new South Wales where Drivers have to undergo a it test in addition to satisfying the traffic police that they can handle a car properly one eyed Driver the official related an extraordinary Case that came under his notice recently. The Driver of a motor lorry had backed his lorry out of a Lane and it Ria Sheu into a Sedan car. The Driver of the car noticed that the lorry Driver had Only one Eye. I agreed with him that it was not right that a Man with such a disability should hold a licence and when i began to question the lorry Driver concerning the Accident he took a Book and Pencil from a pocket and wrote. Please write what you Are us Viii. As i am Stone deaf Eaid the official. He added that he was heartily in Accord with the Resolution adopted by the suburban municipal councils association that it should be compulsory for bicycles to be equipped with red rear lights at night. Motor cyclists crash at Speed Brisbane. Saturday. There was a sensational smash in the last Lap of the three mile motor Cycle senior Champion j ship at the exhibition grounds this after noon. Five riders including the Holder of the title j. Powell fell and several had to receive attention from ambulance officers. Girls who Rode at Oak Bank meeting today some of the Well known Hunting girls who Rode in the ladies Point to Point steeplechase at the Ade Laide Hunt club s meeting held at Oak Bank racecourse today. From left the misses j. Heysen t. Fuller j. Nolan. K. Kenny and d. Webster. Miss Heysen Toon the race on Onka paring. Now women react to big Golf what does it feel like to take Purt in a championship i Rolf match a consensus of opinion among the Cromen who were Olav nor at Seaton for the state title this week was that there was always a great Deal of nervous Strain. With some people it Weara off As the match progresses but others Are never entirely free of it. Most of the women put it Down to temperament. Miss Helen Seeck who Defeated miss Rymill in the final admitted that she was very nervous about the match. That is one of the reasons i do not like serious Golf she said. I like the game for itself. I did not train for the title Berniee except for Odd rounds. If there were parties on i went otherwise i was in bed at my usual time. A woman who has the proper golfing temperament the sheer will to win. Will probably not be affected after the first couple of holes said mra. M. E. Ring Way of Kooyenga. People can Eay what they like but there is always a feeling of nervousness about an important game. Miss k. Rymill. Y Tell miss h. Seeck i do not advise playing Bridge before j a match. It seems to out my Eye out. J to far As food is concerned i do not make any Radical changes. Another whose Golf is a serious matter to her is the former state Champion. Miss Kath. Rymill. I does the fact that you Are going Toj play in a big match the next Day make you lose sleep she was asked. No i might dream Golf but it certainly does t keep me awake she re plied. I always practise hard before competitions especially the week before they begin. I do not believe in playing a round or two rounds each Day. ? that Doea not give you the practice you might require with a certain club. Usually i so out into a paddock and take the club with which i feel i need the practice and use that j report on train Rescue for humane society the Royal humane society is consider ing the question of making an award to or. James Young who jumped from his woo cart and rescued a five Vear old Eirl from being run Over by a train at Peter head railway crossing on july 22. The police have been asked to prepare a report on the incident for the society enquiries have failed to find an eyewitness whose name was published in the mail As r. Craske. Anyone knowing his whereabouts is asked by inspector h. F. Trotter to communicate with the port Adelaide police. Medals for players in country More football awards three additional awards of the mail medals for the fairest and most Brilliant players in country football associations Are announced today. I the minor rounds of three associations j have been completed and the awards de coded on the votes of the Field umpires Are As follow Hills Central association j. Mullin Ambleside North Eastern association r. Raftery imperials j mid North association j. Travers Montaro arrangements will be made for the presentation of the medals to the players. At the close of the season. Narrow Victory in the mid North association the medal was won fairly decisively by travers but there was keen Competition in the North Eastern and Hills centrals association. Raftery Wae successful by the narrowest of margins from three other players. Three men with equal tallies next in line to Raf Tery were p. Morgan Yong Alam. Clune Rover Sand e. Chellew Terowie. J Mullin was pressed closely for the Hills Central medal by r. Golder Kang Arilla. The voting in exceptionally close for this stage of the season and it seems certain that Many of the awards to be made will be on the Barest of margins. The interest being shown in the medals is evident from letters received by the mail from officials of country associations. Not Only Are the officials grateful for the medals but they have expressed appreciation of the action of the mail in Publ Hing the results of country matches each saturday. Awards to come awards will be announced from week to week As the minor rounds Are finished. The associations for which the awards have yet to be made known Are Barossa and Light. Burra. Central Flinders. Gawler. Murray lands. Northern areas. I port Augusta. Port Lincoln. I Yorke s Peninsula. I Quorn. Adelaide Plains. It must be remembered that voting will cease in All associations with the close of the Gisnor rounds. In no Case will votes be accepted for Semi final or i final matches. .?mniioil1inimituunnroiiiiunhuliiiillimnnninnnronuniuuiii\uilni j i notices 1 i ? i pm engagements Gasen Magdie. The engagement is announced of Edith third daughter of or. And mrs. E. Gasman of Prospect to John Francis eldest son of the late John Maguire and mis. J. Magurro. Of Prospect. Death Austin on August 12. At Adelaide Harry Ernest George Austin 193 gouger Street City and late of West end brewery aged 58 rears. Baebe. On August ii at her late Resi Dence. To. 14 Ellen Street. Semaphore. Bettr Elizabeth dearly beloved wire of Henry Paul Barker. Aged 60 years Nee Henry. On August 12. At the residence of her father. Or. 3. Henry no. 60 Mart Street. Conley. Gladys the dearly beloved wife of Bruce Gilbert. Aged 30 years. Goodwin on August ii. At no. 4 Moore Street Fullarton estate Mary Ann Pollyl Goodwin in her 7sth year. At rest. Knapton on August 11, at Northfield Bonn Beryl dearly beloved daughter of or. And mrs. Knapton. Of Mary Street. St leonards j aged i years. J Menz. On August 12, As her residence 110 Queen Street Norwood Wilhelmina beloved wife of Bud Ruph to years. Peacefully sleeping. Mitton. On August 12. At her residence. No 1 Cassie Street. Rosebery. Lydia. Beloved wife of Bobert Theodore Maltlon. Aged is years. At rest. Orr. On August 12, at her parents Resi Dence. T3ie Levels Larooka Irene Lillian beloved wife of Peter Orr and eldest daughter of or. And mrs. J. H. Stanley aged 34 years. At rest. Quinn. On August is St Hargrave Street. Lares Catherine Mary widow of John Quinn. Aged it years. . Turner. On August 12 suddenly at the residence of her parents. No. �2 Midworth Crescent Reade Park Thelma Olive the dearly beloved second daughter or Murray and Jean Turner. Aged 16 years. Williams. On August 11, at Bis residence 26 first Avenue. Joslin. Francis James Wil Liams. Aged s3 years. Late Revenue officer municipal tramways Trust. Suddenly. In memorial Rush. In Loving memory of our dear Mother and grandma who passed away August is. 19si. Remembrance is a Golden Chain that Lints up till we meet again. Inserted by her dear ones at St. Peters. Funeral notice a a std. The friends of the late or. Austin Are respectfully informed that his funeral will leave the residence of Bis daughter mrs. W. Ainsworth 17 Ham Ilton place. City on Horday at 4 . For the West Terrace cemetery. H. F. Wallman undertaker 22 Henley Beach Road mile end phone l 4811 and 91 Unley Road Unley phone u 3923. friends of or. Henry Pau Barker Are respectfully informed that the funeral of his late wife Emily Eliza Beth will leave his residence to. 14 Ellen Street. Semaphore on monday at 2.30 . For the Cheltenham cemetery. Sidney Harbison undertaker phone y 1255. Co i. Buildings port Road Alberton spent four weeks in a gaol feels sorry for prisoners now lectures for four weeks miss Clara Codd who is lecturing in the theosophical society s rooms was merely number nine in Holloway gaol. She was arrested during the memorable eur Ragette raid on the House of commons. Three thousand extra policemen were brought to London on that occasion and they surrounded the House in a cordon Eaid miss Codd today. I Wae told to try to enter the commons by a door under the clock Tower. I merely walked towards it when i was arrested. It was easy to be arrested in those Days and when i with 33 other suffragettes was brought before the judge the police had some difficulty in deciding under what heading i should be charged. Finally i was sentenced to a month in Holloway gaol for resisting the police in the execution of their duty we were taken off in the up wingless prison Van and i had the satisfaction of waving my Scarf which was knitted in the colors of the women s social and political Union out of the Black Maria As we bowled along. Prison Gnu meals once in Holloway i was ordered to re move my clothes and to Don come extra Ordinary prison garments. The dress was of coarse material and pleated so that it would fit any figure thin women had to tie it round their waists. I was Given a Blue deck duster for my neck and Ait other for my Waist. That was to be used As a pocket handkerchief. Over my head i Drew a three cornered handkerchief tied with eur Wiiks. On my first Day i was put in solitary confinement in my 10 x 10 cell alone with a Bible and a hymn Book. On the second Day i was set to making bags for postmen and later joined in. Ing shirts for 700 male prisoners. We were not allowed scissors or knives for fear we might commit suicide so we had to use pieces of tin to Cut threads. Monotonous life the Monotony was the worst feature. We knew every Dav exactly what wer to eat. And to do. Breakfast consisted of a Small loaf of very coarse bread and a Tup of ready mixed Tea. The cell had to be scrubbed out with water Soan. And Brick dust and the prisoner washed herself in a tin Basin. On Bath night were were sent to a Bath that was Little better than a Hole in the ground with pipes leading to it. And were provided with scrubbing brushes. Every Day we had a 2tf minutes religious service and it was considered a great punishment to be forced to. Miss it. The 33 other Sutra evettes and i used to communicate by joining in the hymns and using our own words. But. Unfortunately the War dresses soon discovered our Little trick. Twice a week we had a Long address from the prison chaplain. I remember that up in the gallery at the rear of the prison Chapel was a red Ern. Behind which a Young woman condemned to death used to sit. I think she had Mur dered her baby. She teas surrounded by War dresses and we were never allowed to see her face. It was a pitiful Rounder. Terrible month every Day we worked Asili &30 pan., and then were sent off to bed. Twice a. Week the prison librarian came round with books. I remember selecting a strand Magazine and finding it curiously Cut about. By looking up the Index i discovered that All exciting stories had been carefully deleted by the authorities miss Codd Wol address the prisoners i Pentridge when she visits Melbourne. ? funeral notices ? Gilbert Nee Henry the friends at or Bruce Gilbert Are respectfully informed Itiat the funeral of Bis late Vav if Gladys will leave the Kesl Dence of her father or. J. Henry. No. 60 Mary Street. Daley on sunday at 4 . For the Payne Ham cemetery. Alfred James. In Druker. 98 and 193. Unley Road. Unley. Phone c 1060. I Goodwin. The friends of the late Sellac a Mab Ann poll Goodwin Are respectfully informed that her funeral will Leara n o. 4 Moore Street Fullarton estate on Sun Dat at 3 . For the Wen Terrace Ceme Twy. George a. undertaker. 132 Prospect Road and 1 willed Syrenne. Prospect. Phone m 3321. Napton. The friends of or. And or. Abold Alfred Knapton Are respect fully informed that the funeral of their Tat daughter Honda Beryl frill leave Thror residence 28 Mary Street St. Leonards of sunday at 2.30 pin. For the Kotb Brighton a meter. Bank j. Sd3bert. Undertaker c 413. 47 a Belfeld Stree Bitenz. The friends of or. Rudolph in Menz Are respectfully informed that the funeral of his late wife Wilhelmina will leave his residence 110 Queen Street nor Wood on Sandat. At 3 pin. For the West Terrace Cem Ery. ? friends of or. Bobbe Theodore Mitton Are respectfully informed that the funeral of his late wife Lydia flu leave his residence. I Cassie Street. A Sebery. On sunday at 4 . For the West Terrace cemetery. Haeold s. Wallman under fairer. Phone m 2066. Hampstead Road. Broadview. friends of or. Peter Obb Are respectfully informed thai the funeral of ills Lite wife Irene Lillian Mil leave the residence of her parents or. And mrs. I. B. Stanley. The Levels Para Oka on sunday at s pjn., for the Dudley Park Islington cemetery. P. Be Cornu. Undertaker o Connell Street. North Adelaide Central Sis after hours. Prospect Road. Prospect. M s36s or st43, ? v 3566. ? Quinn the friends of the late mrs. Catherine Quinn and members of the confraternity of my Carmei Are respect fully informed tent her funeral Rill leave her late residence 57 Hargrave Street Largs on san Day at s.30 . For the Cheltenham Catholic cemetery. Frank 1. Siebert. Undertaker. Phone c 413. 47 Wakefield Street. Illiams. The friends of the late or. Francis James Williams Are res Peel fairy informed that his funeral will i eve Hie late residence. 26 first Avenue. Jolln. On sunt Tat. At s pin. For the Payne am Ceme Tery. P gavnon1 sons. Undertaker. Head office. 227 Parade Norwood. Phone v 5199 ? go High St. Kensington. F 1208. ? Hakim cry sick Weka the Gifta Arlor i r tors after mtr v wk6. Him to Tifi a a ii 4 in est. 1883 r. T. Wallman & son undertakers 212-214 Pulteney St. Cite. Phone c 7fl�. 184 Goodwood he. Mia Wood Bast v 2581. High class funeral conductor atty suburbs. Hearse limousine polished Pine casket from �9. Hearse limousine and Maple casket from �10 10/. Phone Central 769. Dat of night � ? late advertisements bargains at Mon Haiti Best moulded hot water bags. 1/11. Men s Strong Berer sible raincoats 16/11. Good Quality Cycle capes from 8/6 each Moynham Bank at. C a
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