Adelaide Mail in Adelaide, South-Australia
12 Aug 1933

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12 Aug 1933

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Adelaide Mail (Newspaper) - August 12, 1933, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia so in Olds i rheumatism j to hundreds of people every Elj. Where Are suffering from in influenza colds sore throats sciatica neuralgia and Rheuma Tim. Quick action by resorting to Aspro is the Best Way to Deal � with these complaints. Don t wait 5g till you Are feeling Flat out take 1 Aspro at the first signs of being q attacked. Take two or three � Aspro tablets at once and follow a i it up with two tablets every three hours and a hot a � Lemon drink with the last dose before going to bed. % colds and flu Are easy to nip in the Bud but difficult i to shift if you let them become deep seated. Aspro never fails if taken according to directions it is h Safe sure and certain. It quickly puts you on your t feet again and there Are no dangerous after effects. % it has banished colds and flu for thousands of people. 1 let Aspro help you now and save further bother. 1 � ? be banish them with i use Aspro for i a headache colds neuritis i rheumatism sore Throat earache � v sleeplessness Hay fever malaria % neuralgia feverish Ness Nam Riff & b Toothache irritability Zzz 1 f Lumbago temperature sciatica asthma influenza gout � p alcoholic after effects it my keeps boys fek n a l in ii to a Al fax lbs Rich looking orderly All Day w0 3sm ass Drush or comb your hair first thing in Gnu a of Msj Jib St the morning the Way you like Best. Asp so ask Apfl Bajis. Then forget about it for the Day. _ ?-=%=-si3 f a of a few drops of Vel Mol rubbed through the Jug Psi a hike. \ hair. Once or twice a week especially �. So so a after washing softens your hair. Fej9figfe�liv@t b9m makes it pliable. Then even stiff haywire1 of Jim i Hohl a Safe hair lays Down tamely. Stays set &=_3lf� 1m&?=- is neatly in place wit Schever Way you comb it. Fam Al sgt Jefe and take this tip while a tidy head of or but in he hair often makes up for a crooked tip or St is Safe. Nun led Collar the use of Vel Mol in itself go vap helps protect against the drying effects of Xyz Kusbe or playground dust and careless washing. Highg to. Vel Mol gives your hair that naturally so Masiss a Jesul healthy Lustre that Well groomed appear 3 w Ance nothing like the artificial plastered jtfi5 i 8ms&&�0%&sf Shine of Greasy Boffl Antines or Gummy 6xa flak Hima Tives at az2 Good chemists go 1811 Vel Mot has no fancy perfume absolutely a of greaseless does not stain hats cushions Oszt is or pillows. A Good size bottle costs the a ski Price or nay a couple of hair cuts. 6t= 77ie last Straw just about expresses the feelings of thousands of sufferer from rheumatism sciatica Lumbago or the aching Back. Dreary Days when every movement causes excruciating pain sleep less nights of suffering. 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M ii � i i i 1 up ? j 1 1 1 ii ii John Martin & co., limited. The big store bundle St Adelaide j ? i �3/10/ Simm it Bov �6 other �3 to a aah a j wbk others �4to is to a inc ? wet less \. J 0wi if i 0 highly recommended a gym to e we Aboc of inet of m cd Othni �5 to 1 23 r a i 1rold a is lord customers mod to 9g � of fact �7 to �30 Isbir. S 5 buy i m Al � we Crar few in ? or i fifi to time and again Irh Irb a my a flir or pc -�ajsafe?5i/ s up proof Piu let they Are de i i my lie Ltd with que Pilj and Talar a Lutfy om.rsf3.0t. K4/s/ magi ficht a. See Diamond rings a w i3 As i a guaranteed 18cu Gold with Tine Al of pfc. Re t g5 diamonds set in purr Platinum Jysk bus web at Otta is to �30 i any models designs of up a i or trom ?3 to �s5 ski cts i solid gout wristlet ? 15/ Effim let is jewelled lever product o Les Dine so psf s3s2& Fulg go far torn. And fjar9fltmj for 5 a of to cps or others a to �7. Ouf to get free catalogue j111 Paul Bram 288 Little Collins St., Melbourne los r a %-3@oo-Moofbwders. In Fol i Sze gel harmless to be site Fps Sij of w opposed to pain. Fun a Gar Post Pirt f steejg5�ng, -. Elm narc Taju Wahsum bad a Iffla j h Qiu a liar. A. Lumb to. Thoc a 1 few year parliament Public protest Adelaide town Hall wednesday August 16th at 8. . Bring your friends Alderman R. Cain acting lord mayor will preide. I ? in Bubba Rod Bros for Timber l joinery Wrife Yor free has or St Kab i Allelic a. Between . Sod by Kaloo baud bugs. Phone j 2035. My sin pin is done she said. There inc no More sous in my Hurt. For by Throat u sore. I be an acid in lies on. Tiow can i take my Par it Iii sin sin s not done he Sii I of a great renew or Iii cae your a Leroal and Lis i i. 11 i Woods great. Poppei Niqui cute. Entries will close i on August 31 More hints for competitors entries for sections 2 and 3 of Trio mail �33 3/ Garden contest will close o thursday. August 31. Section 1 closed a few weeks ago. I nearly 150 entries Hare been received to Date but there is still room for More. Those with neat and tidy gardens should enter for the contest daring the next week. The Competition is divided into three sections As follows ? Section 1 open gardens in which the work is done by hired gardeners. Entries have closed first prize �5 or a trophy second prize �3 third prize �2. Section 2 1 for Home Garden in which a hired Gar Widener Haa been employed for not More than one Day a week. Entries close on j August 31. First prize �5 or a trophy second i prize �3 third probe �2. Section 3 amateurs 1 for Home gardens in which the work is done solely by the owner occupier or i Amateur members of the family. But Riv close on August 31. First prize �5 or a trophy second prize �3 third prize �2. I in addition to these prizes Harris Scarfe ltd., seeds men of Rundle Street will award a trophy valued at �1 1/ to the Winner in each Section. The Utility aspect of a Garden will not enter into the calculations of the judges. Whether a Garden does or does not include vegetables or fruit Trees will not matter for the judges will be asked not to take these features into consideration but to select for the prizes gardens that Are pretty interesting and Well kept. I entries Are limited to gardens within a i radius of 15 Miles of the general Post i office Adelaide. I people who enter in Section no. 3. Lii he is restricted to those who in i a their own gardening May Aleo enter in Section no. 2, in which they will have to compete against entrants who employ a Gardener one Day a week. J v them amt carded 1 1 contest i please enter me for Section ? name ? i i address ? stir surface soil ? surface Oil stirring which is very necessary just nov should receive first attention if plants Are to develop quickly.1 after heavy rain or watering which causes tha soil to set hard the Hoe or cultivator should be brought into use to break up the surface. Deep digging should be avoided As it will damage sur face roots. Inspect Cineraria and other plants Likely to attract Aphis. If these be pre sent look for them on the undersides of leaves. Spray with soapy nicotine solution or Nee tobacco dust with a dust in. Watch the new shoots on roses. If these Are attacked Spray or duet As suggested for other plants. Overlook the Rose Bushes for overcrowd ing Shoote and thin some out particularly any that threaten to interfere with others. A there clusters of three Are seen alongside each other rub off the outside buds. Leave the plump est. Big boxes for spare coins 25 to be placed in City orders for 2o Large collecting Bose Are to be placed immediately by the lord mayor s Relief fund for Adelaide and suburbs. J a Sample bos was delivered to the Ade Laide town Hall this morning. It is of Arav i used Iron and is 26 in. High by is in. Wide with a hinge door at the rear for the removal of coins placed in the boxes. On the front is to be painted the name of the fund. On top will be displayed s. Placard bearing a slogan such As Evory j Penny will help Deposit pennies Here coins for a Good cause needed i or Charity receives every Penny you place Here the boxes will a made conspicuous by j being painted a pillar Box red. They will be placed at the Adelaide town Hall. J railway station racecourses and leading business Hougee. J the acting lord mayor Faid. Cain and the Secretary of the fund or. Hammant Are finding the Days All Loo s Lort for the enormous amount of work Asso j rated with tin1 Appeal. They now have in Der consideration a Sifres iou Itiat n Larrr Rui Mittee of voluntary helpers be formed to at a St in the work. Aid. Caiu that wit ii help of organisations such As the citizens league. The legacy. Rotary and constitutional sub. He had no doubt that he would of i Abie to organise a Larne baud of speakers who Wonert live Brief addresses to lunch tour meetings of employees i but be wanted of do More than that he required a committee of prominent citizens who would devote a Little time Ench Day to following up the circular a peal to business Howe by a personal Call it Lias also Bep a time to i that trip Rita Mav be sectional ism and i Small commit tee formed for each Section for instance if Rundle Street were one Sec Tion a Small a Ommittee Eon id keen in close touch with All business houses in that Street and would know exactly what tons were being taken Here to Lien the fund. Am. Cain would Welcome and of fore of Helo from business men. His first objective is to raise of general interest a i fund which Aims to relieve distr a thro shout the metropolitan area. He the confident that Era Cicai Sun Nort will be forthcoming from All Niblic spirited Citi Zens. More leniency in land Laws move to keep settlers on Crown areas Bill before parliament by the mail political writer important provisions for liberalising the land Laws Are contained in an amending Crown lands Bill now before parliament. Land settlement was a prominent feature of the Liberal and country party s election policy. Under this Bui it is proposed by the Extension of agree ments in some instances and the remission of penalties in others and generally by a spirit of co operation to encourage present settlers on Crown areas to retain their hold Ings. The government also Hopes that by improving the assets of settlers general trading conditions of the state will be bettered. At present there is now Power to permit of an Extension of the term of an agreement for the Purchase of Crown lands other than closer settlement lands. It is now proposed to remedy this position to give Relief to Many settlers who have suffered severe hardship from the Depres Sion and who Are in arrears with their repayments. Applications Vrigil be considered by the land Hoard which will fix the new term for tiie agreement bin so that the Worvie period will Lut exceed 65 years. This provision will enable purchasers who find tier annual instalments too ? onerous to secure an extended term for ? the agreement with correspondingly reduced instalments. \ the Board May Capitalise the whole or j any part of the arrears of interest and j Wil have general Power to fix the instal j dents payable under the agreement As extended. Clause 3 of the Bill amends the existing Extension provisions for closer est element lands. It is now obligatory on the Board when fixing the instalments under the extended term to assume that for the first five years of the agreement interest St Eon a be scion rates was payable. J while thie provision is quite effective when applied to agreements of recent Ori i Gin in the Case of agreements which have j been in Force from 10 to 20 years and j an appreciable part of the Purchase Money has been paid the effect of an Extension j Given under this provision is not Satis \ factory. If the agreement is extended just sufficiently to liquidate the arrears the reduction in the instalments is Small and of Little immediate Benefit to the Pur Chaser. Discretionary Powers the amendments to be made by clause 3 will therefore make the application of the present provision y so that the Board May be Able to fix the instalments in such a manner As to suit the needs of any particular Case. Section 193 of the principal act pro Vides that where any amounts due in respect of closer settlement land Are Over due a penalty interest of 5 per cent. U chargeable on the arrears. Clause t Rives Power to the receiver of rents in any Case of hardship to remit any such penalty interest. The clause is Retto in Active in effect and will apply to penalty interest payable on past defaults. When a least or agreement for a closer Ettlein ent holding is cancelled it has to be dealt Vith it present As if it were a Loek newly offered. The effect of this is. That it must he offered at the original Irice. And must remain a allotted for 2 non thu before the Price ran be reduced or the land offered under any other i ensure. J to a ease Wei div that Price is now a Ove j Fie Market value and the Board would re j Niue the Price this provision has that the land must remain Idle for a Vear i be i Iii Beinor. Dealt with. J clause .1 of the amending Bill provides j that in any ease where the commissioner j on the recommendation of the Board thinks fit Iai Iii of this nature May Befford it the terms fix i by the Board. With omit the necessity of the land remain to a allotted for a year. J another clause provides that the e a purchaser under a closer settlement agree ment surrenders his agreement for a perpetual lease the Board shall in fixing the rent under the lease take into consideration any amount of Purchase Price paid under the agreement on or before Surrey Der. Section 201 of the principal act makes provision for the payment of arrears of interest and principal in instalments when an application for reduction of Purchase Money under an agreement of closer Settle ment land or for the surrender of an agree ment for a perpetual lease is granted. In each Case however the arrears of principal would be taken into account by i a Board when fixing the reduced Pur Chase Price or the rent As the Case May j be and consequently clause 7 provide that in such Case the arrears of interest ouly will be payable in such instalments As Are fixed by the Board. Interest will be pay Able on these arrears at such rate of in Terest not exceeding 5 per cent., Asie fixed by the Board. Right to surrender somewhat similar amendments to sections 211 and 221 of the principal act Are made by clauses 11 and 12. Section 221 gives a purchaser under an agree Niem the right to surrender his agreement Tor a perpetual lease while Section 211 deals with the ease of a Lessee who wishes to surrender a lease of any kind for an agree ment or a Perpetua lease. Both sections Deal with land other than cd ser settlement land. In each Case the arrears of interest under the lease or agreement to be surrendered must be paid before the surrender can be accepted. To most cases the surrender is made because the person surrendering Hopes to obtain lower annual instalments under his new lease or agreement and be is meet frequently not in a position to pay the arrears of interest in ode payment. The land Board thinks that this pro i on has caused hardship in certain Eves. Amendments in clauses 11 and 12 of tiie new Bill therefore provide that a surrender May be accepted in any Kucij be although instalments of interest Are m arrear. Clause 10 Deal with a difficulty which has Arisen in administration. It i doubt fun whether on the Sale by a mortgagee i he can sell part of any mortgaged Laud ? Oil prised in i lease or agreement and surrender the a a or a element of Liat Littion for the purpose of Livius effect to i the Eale. Under the new a is Matiun in provided i Tjipto in and Case where a mortgagee exer a i a his Power of Sale the mortgagee May surrender the lease or agreement or any portion thereof. If portion Only is sur rendered the original lease or agreement shall be deemed to be cancelled so far As the surrendered portion is concerned. Is our climate so bad that dreadful English weather with so much rain and Fos and such a Small share of Sunshine of which so Many complaints Are made has no terrors for or. J p. Sargent a former australian resident who in travelling in the Bendigo which was at outer Harbor today. He lived in Western Australia where he was a member of the police Force for 11 years. After War service he did not come Back to Australia because i liked the English climate so much better than the australian he said today. I have travelled the world and i con Sider that the English climate a the finest in the world Wae his claim. The australian climate takes the strength out of you and makes you languid but the English climate is bracing he found today s weather too hot for him. And Unchis in the Bei Idigo in Bis shirtsleeves. More people will be willing to agree with or. Sargent in his statement that Enji Lukl in it Rumiser Wea Lior of Jne. .tul.v. In. Aurum provide the nor Tiest halite m i t fund in any it or clip slow. Or. Irsom. Who in to a Lioto ii rather. at Clapham i Misti in in ? Lou. At the outbreak of the car. When he wac stationed in Fremantle a was severe injured in an anti German riot. Stratosphere Gondola explodes a Workman was killed and two others injured when the Gondola of prof. Cosyns balloon exploded under pressure tests at Brussells yester Day. Cosyns was unhurt. Because the Gondola had been found to be teak. It teas announced that cosyns planned ascent into the stratosphere too Ald be postponed till next year. Hopes of an Early record ascent were revived after repairs by the original constructor yesterday s tests being made to decide this. The Gondola pictured above is the one used by prof. Picard and cosyns then they made their record attempt into the stratosphere last year. The Well know artist or. Hans Heysen and mrs. Heysen and their Doctu Giters were among the visitors to the Adelaide Hunt club s Point to Point steeplechase meeting today. From left or. Heysen mrs. Heysen. Mrs. Freyer and misses Freya Nora and Deirdre Heysen. Another dough ? Ter. Miss Josephine Heysen ton the ladies Point to Point steeplechase. ? 97 per cent of Naracoorte s residents have paid rates Naracoorte saturday members of the Naracoorte District Council Are Jubi Lant at the result of the year s operations the record return of 97 per cent. A in been collected on current rates. Of �3,557 8/ due �3,491 8/ has been paid by ratepayers leaving Only �66 outstanding. When it is considered that �38 11/8 j of this sum is tied up in assigned proper j ties and cannot be collected immediately the councillors have reason to be pleased i at the stable financial position of the District. Councillors Eaid today that much credit j a As due to the efforts of the District clerk or. A. Humphris who hag served the Council for 25 years. Following the Good news of the coun ii i sound position word was received this week that Naracoorte railway Sta Tion had been promoted from fourth Lafis to third class station. At the moment buildings Worth �10,000 ire being erected in the District. They include a new state savings Bank four shops and two dwellings. Protest against German ban on shipping mail special lox Dox. Saturday. To Unish a Ern ment will make ions to Cor Many if that country enforces its ? Varory measures against foreign skipr1 i britai7 contends that measures w a 1 breach of the Aniro germ in treat of lf24 further information is swaites rf2 the German foreign Exchange to apartment s new order. J Berlin press reports state that t be order will be rigidly interpreted. An. In consequence passages by foreign ves a Wil be for old by liked to germans Only up to a sum of 200 Marks �10. Which is the maximum amount that Mav be exported without express authorisation. Hopes Are entertained that negotiations Between shipping companies May result in a modification of the order. Tom Morgan a Coalman at engine Sheds near Swansea in Wales was examining a consignment of scrap Iron when he found j an old army tin Bat he examined i the name and regimental number in Ide. To was Bis name his number and his Bat. He wore it in France during the War. Fixed fight camera and Baer on films mail special representative ? Kew York saturday. Here is the Bike est scandal in Boring for years. Primo camera,1 the heavy weight Cham Pion of the world and magic Baer. The Lead nor contender have arranged a 4sxed fight. It is Lor the Home. But the Lunguy thing us that there will be two fights. The losers will fiyut five rounds to a draw for the regular Hollywood film. But w another film to be made especially for Export to Italy Carnera s Home country the Champion will win on a Knock out in the second round. Real bout Likely Early in june Baer surprised the Bor ins world by defeating Max Schmeling. � former world Champion on a technical Knock out and the same month camera won the title on a knockout from Jahcir Sharkey. Arrangements Are now being made to match camera and Baer and the latest report say that they May meet in Rome. Italy is at present very keen on boxing and the heavyweight title pins to an italian has increased interest. If the bout in promoted in Rome it will be the first time a world heavyweight title match has been fought outside America since Jack Johnson Defeated Tommy born a Sydney in 1908.

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