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Adelaide Mail (Newspaper) - December 30, 1933, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia Japan s foreign policy based on Trade wants fair Deal from australians will not look for Wool elsewhere Asia As migration Field Tokyo. Saturday. Japan s foreign policy is bound up with her Export Trade said or. Ajeti Amau director of the information Bureau of the foreign office officially replying after a week s careful consideration to a questionnaire submitted by the mail representative. The future adjustment of Trade relations must be based on a spirit of give and take and a system of barter each state exchanging exports for imports. Now Japan imports More from Australia than she exports but she has no intention of looking for Wool from other countries provided Australia treats japanese goods fairly. Noisy foreign producers some of the questions or. Am a ended but others he answered candidly. He declared foreigners gradually Are Rea Lising that efficiency modern equipment and mrp Erb organisation not sweated labor Are responsible for Japan s in creasing exports. The complaints against japanese com petition originate with foreign producers who Are decidedly in a minority compared with the great mass of Consumers. But while the latter Are meekly silent the producers whose influence is extensive continue a noisy propaganda. The mis understandings prevailing abroad must be corrected to encourage a True estimation of the japanese situation. Japan lacks raw materials and her government believes that one of the solutions of the present world unrest a the redistribution of raw materials to achieve All round Equality in raw materials and manufactures. Japan has not die slightest feeling of isolation. She thinks world opinion k changing towards her claims but Realises that a still better understanding Between her and other nations must be sought. The suggested visit of Australia s attorney general or. Latham would be most timely and Welcome. It would afford an unrivalled Opportunity to Clear up misunderstandings and establish bet j Ter Trade relations. It would also gratify i the japanese government if the com ? Mon wealth were to station a permanent representative in Tokyo. Undoubtedly Australia s preferential Tariff on British goods affects us but i believe it would not be difficult for an australian delegation and Japan to devise some agreement which would result in the happiest Trade relations. League s hopeless task Japan s action in quitting the league will not impair her efforts for disarmament and peace. We do not believe that the league nag outlived its practical value but we doubt whether it has been functioning in accordance with Ite original Ideal. With the soviet and Germany outside the league cannot even in Europe Hope to achieve in a substantial degree its promo ters great aim or. Amau referring to Japan s possible naval ratio claims in 1935, declared Japan feels increasingly responsible for peace in the far East since Ehe in under a treaty obligation to defend Manchukuo. These is no secret agreement by which Manchukuo will become a dependent state. To question the integrity of japanese actions in China or to suggest an infringement of any treaty Are rather ridiculous asked whether Manchukuo could de Mand the withdrawal of All japanese troops immediately he replied the existing treaty makes Japan responsible for Manchuk Ijo s safety and Manchukuo would never Drain of Mak ing any such demand. Japan s strength and Friendship for manc Hakoo offer the world the Best safeguards in trading with Manchukuo. The japanese Harbor no desire to emigrate where they would not be accorded a Welcome. The most natural outlet of Japan s surplus population Asia where there is plenty of room. There Are three forms of exportation men thought and Trade. We have our outlet for the first and unlike the communist International we do not seek to spread our thoughts in foreign countries but we simply desire to encourage Trade which also benefits ail Peoples of die world asked what was meant by japanese statesmen s repeated references to a state of emergency facing the nation or. Amau said that the expression was somewhat exaggerated. Every rising nation must undergo severe ordeals. Japan is at present going through some phases of trial and when a government minister refers to a state of emergency it is prob ably to make people Realise the present actual state of affairs in Japan soviet to strengthen Frontier London. Saturday. During the open ing session of the soviet parliament or. Litvinoff the commissar for foreign affairs and a Veteran Diplomat said that Japan s Eastern policy was the darkest and most threatening Cloud on the inter National political horizon. War preparations in Manchuria i Hope that her reasonable patriots will prevail and not the military adventurers he suggested negotiations for the Sale of the railway at a fair Price and a pact of non a Grea Siou As measures to restore Friendship. The soviet did not resent German nazism but resented acts against the threaten not Only the violent seizure of the Eastern railway but the soviet fron tiers. We have no recourse but to strengthen our frontiers. While ours Are exclusively defensive measures Japan feverishly prepares for i a or which could be Only apr Essie because her a feta is not threatened. Japan is isolated from the world but soviet i Fludina Herr Hitler v demand for territory East of the to Enbe or mountains. Lie received an ovation when he de . We will strengthen still More the red army the Fleet and our aviation. Of that we can defend every Inch of soviet territory and win military Victo Ries equal to our peace Tinie successes rejoicings at Royal birth Xot even for the present Ein Perot is enthronement did Japan bedeck itself As she did for today s Christen ing of the1 lit a Crown Prince Akihito Tsuguyo Iliya. I Akihito Means enlightenment and Benej Volence Tsugu Means to succeed. ? probably no other City in the world would be Able to maintain such continued Nape Antry. The newspapers closed for four Days and government offices for 10 Days. Ali is Mornini the Crown Prince was carried from crib to a up Willy built Royal big Ali Wiur lie was hat Hod in a wooden tub. Then Virand i Iberlin rear a Cio l written by the emperor announcing the name. Then the Ido Waser Empress and Tho princes of the blood were informed that trip Ehri Tonius was accomplished and a Roy i news Sangit Rode in a coach several Miles to lie Tomi of the dead emperor the Bain Prince Virand Tatlier where he faced the shrine and Road the announcement that the new Luis was duly named. Later the princes of the blood visited the emperor and pm str is with present of valuable Tai fish. They were allowed for the firs time to see the Crown Prince. The three Little princesses were Idini Ted also to convey to their i Oiher a the Happy event Menni Ime Tokyo rest guided Wii i naval. And military salutes and i Niimi Tahlo Rire \v.tu-. Main Jirees were erected in ail the Parks nil Ilie i building were in Heliy lit null ii use Neon a is Radii air merely. I Iii Ratu latinis. A Happy new year been to they Mii to not refer specifically to the emperors family. Last Iii Trot processions were Iii old. In every town in Japan. French rail equipment out of Date signals erected in 1842 mail special representative Paris saturday. Come of the equipment of the French w state railways dates from 1842, declares m. Dautry in a letter to Matin a leading Paris newspaper. He was commenting on the disaster of last saturday when an express of steel coaches crashed into a stationary train of wooden coaches at Lanny killing nearly 250 people. M. Dantry. Who is director general of state railways complains that expenditure badly needed to modernise tie railways has often been ruled out As Mere luxury. The Only Economy achieved has been at the expense of human life. About 7,000 Kilometres 4,375 Miles of the 9,134 Kilometres 5,700 Miles Are still controlled by signal installed in 1842, though these have been Modernised As far As possible. At least 1,000 new steel Hoachee Are needed to replace the wooden ones he declares. Thousands of Kilometres of secondary lines which could be replaced by local transport should be closed to enable concentration in the equipping of the main lines with wooden coaches Flig nals and level Crossings. The newspaper Midi publishes a photograph of an instruction issued by the Eastern railway co., announcing that a Boom will be awarded if engine Drivers succeed in gaining a three minutes and Vance on the time table. A double Bonus is offered if three minutes Are gained by certain trains to certain stations. Six Miles up in Light plane Bohe saturday. The italian Aero club has recognised the Altitude record for single seater planes weigh ing not More than 922 la. Claimed by Juno Niclot. The Altitude was 32,834 it. More than six Miles. The previous Holder was the German Waldemar Voight who ascended 96,712 it. In november Niclot tried to improve ids record but at a height of More than four Miles respiration failed and he lost consciousness. The Aero plane dropped like & Stone until Niclot recovered Only 1,000 it. Above the ground. Chinese rebels bombed from the air other reports not confirmed food How saturday. Reports that banking forces Are advancing on Soochow the capital of the Fuk Ien province and the stronghold of the rebels have not been confirmed and rumours that they have occupied Amoy and other strategic Points alone Fuk Ien coast also Lack confirmation. Meanwhile it is believed that marshal Chang Kai sek is willing to resign the virtual dictatorship of China so that he can become the head of the army. During the past few Days banking planes have carried out spasmodic bomb ing raids. As a result people living on the outskirts of Soochow Are Floodine into the City. Soochow is s walled City about two Miles from a River Bank but a populous suburb fills the space Between and is connected with the foreign settlement on Nan Tai Island by a 600-year-old Stone Bridge. Across this historic Structure streams of refugees Are Rushing with wheelbarrows piled High with household treasures from the foreign Quarter where spacious old european style buildings Date Back to the flon Nhing Days of Soochow Tea Trade. Chang Hsueh Kiang hurrying Back Colombo saturday. Marshal Chang Hseueh Liang who was governor of Man Churia when it was invaded by the Japa Nese is hurrying Back to China from England at the request of the napkins government. He said that the present truce Between China \ and Japan would not last and hoped that China would not be deceive1 by Japan s appeals for Asiatic Solidarity As Japan was insincere. Your Holiday snaps a suggestion. Feay. A. Jwj Roj Bart Brt i Australasia pm. A he a a 1 a by a and full states and a i i new map of Reich proposed 13 provinces to be set up nazis decision mail special representative Berlin saturday. Ryphe nazis Are drawing no a new map of the Reich. They Are wiping out the old kingdoms duchies and Trinei dualities which Bismarck welded into a confederation and Are establish ing instead 13 provinces under Gover nors appointed by the German Cabinet Saxony alone of the four former King Doms will remain intact but it will be included in a far larger province. Prussia another kingdom eur neb Onnor in the old province of East Pewna each of the polish corridor by which it is entirely separated from Germany. Bavaria another former kingdom will be divided into three parts. Wurtenberg the fourth former King Dom will unite with the former grand duchy of Baden both losing Northern do tricks to a new province called Rhem Franken. Berlin Wib remain the of Petal of the Reich and Aleo the administrative Centre of the enlarged province of Branden Burg. The historic a Naeata cities of Ham Burg Bremen and Lubeck will become Ordinary municipalities in the new pro Vince of lower Saxony from which the Early saxons went to invade and Settle in England. It was intended that the new pro Vinces should be inaugurated on january 18. The anniversary of the creation of the German Empire at Versailles after the Franco prussian War. But difficulties in settling the boundaries necessitated a Dost Monement. Work of Bismarck the German Empire As established under the Constitution of april 14, 1871, consisted of 25 states four of which were kingdoms five grand duchies is duchies and principalities and three free cities. The three kingdoms of Prussia Bavaria and Wurttemberge were the largest states the area of Prussia being 134,616 Square Miles and Bavaria the next largest state 29,292 Square Miles. The kingdom of Wurttemberge was next largest but the fourth kingdom Saxony was slightly smaller than the largest grand duchy that of Baden. Three victorious wan with the exception of Prussia and Bavaria All the German states were under 10,000 Square Miles and All but the first nine were under 1,000 Square Miles the three free cities Lubeck Bremen and Hamburg being under 200 Square Miles. In addition the Resh land of Alsace Lorraine taken from France after the War of 1870-71, and consisting of about 5,000 Square Miles was the property of the whole Empire. Primarily the work of unification was carried out by Bismarck the Iron Chancellor and three victorious wars were waged in the process. The first against Denmark in 1864, added Schleswig and Holstein. In the second against Austria 1866saxony Bavaria Wurt Temberg and other South German states fought against Prussia but joined with her in the Franco prussian War of 1870-71 against France. Losses in great War the culmination of this War was the ceremony of proclamation of King Wil Liam i. As German emperor in the Hall of mirrors at Versailles on january 18, 1s71. As a result of the great War Germany lost Alsace Lorraine to France North Schleswig to Denmark the districts of Prussia. Posen and upper Silesia in which the majority of the people were polish to Pound part of upper Silesia to Czecho Slovakia Memel to Lithuania and certain Small Frontier districts in the West to Belgium Danzig Rae to be an inde pendent free City. In addition Germany lost All her colonies Senate support for . Silver plan Washington saturday. An intensive Campaign for the re monetization of Silver in the United states was assured to Day when 27 senators announced that they would support the free and unlimited Coin age of both Gold and Silver. Senator Burton Wheeler predicted that As a re sult of a conference of bimetal ism advocates Senate would approve the proposal and the House of representatives would follow Guit. Only one place to go in South Australia new year s Day Victor Harbor sports at Granite Island. Outboard motor boat racing Aqua planing and Amateur swimming events. Special train service from Adelaide. Famous plane dismantled mechanics working on the Southern Cross which is dismantled at sir Charles Kingsford Smith s hangar at Mascot Sydney. The famous Fokker is undergoing a Complete overhaul in preparation for a flight to new Zea land on or about january 12. Ross hich at Harles Kingsford is erg oing a co plete overhaul a land on new gland tonic for rejuvenation a f.,r men. Silver for w.u.-. Is the in t Jii ii. I Inion. Ici mores i Rvt-.-. Promotes Energy rat Silhy Ives new Lite sirens Ali. Arid vigor. 4/6 per Box. Sing War Howe he thali174 Oxford st., l Adi Lincton. Sydney. X.s.w., Opp. Vic. Bar Racks Gates. Send stamped and addressed envelope for literature. Gaol for Blu shirt Secretary will not give �50 Bond 2 weeks7grace mail special representative Dublin. Saturday. Or. Edward Cronin has been found guilty of membership in unlawful associations and has been sentenced to three months imprisonment. But the military tribunal in giving its decision added that the sentence would not be enforced if within a. Fortnight or. Cronin entered into a recognizance of �50 to keep the peace for two year. He was found not guilty on the Edi Tion charge. The unlawful associations indicated Are the Young Ireland league and the National guard Blue shirt of which he was Secretary. Interviewed after the verdict was announced or. Cronin said i intend to keep the peace. For the put 18 months i have Given my time and Energy to the task of ensuring tint the free state people shall have the Peao Fol enjoyment of Eon Stutto tonal rights. I intend to Eon truly u is difficult to work Well with the left hand tied. Ware Jacob Berlin. Ahre cob to foe that work but i have no intention of entering into recognizance a. The Young Ireland league not p1 lawful either in its object or Ite activities. So i will do nothing that might Fetter me in adopting All Legal Means to expose the present ruinous unjust administration and to induce the people to turn it out of office at the earliest Opportunity contempt of court at the resumption of the trial yester Day sir. Joseph Dennigan political Cor respondent of the Irish press or. De Valera s Organ declined As a matter of privilege to disclose the official source whence he obtained confirmation of the news that members of the Young Ireland association would be allowed a Short period in which to cease their member ship after the organisation had been banned. The president disallowed the plea of privilege but permitted to communicate with editor who said that a disclosure would be a breach of Confidence. Or. Dennigan then persisted in Bis refusal and he was sentenced to a month s imprisonment for contempt of court. Struggle for shirt or. Mcenery who prosecuted con tended that Cronin s conduct during the i police raid on the Young Ireland head quarters had impeded the machinery of government. Or. Cronin earlier told the tribunal that after arrest the governor of the i gaol threatened to take Blue shirt. I tied my Scarf round my neck and held the ends in both hands he declared. The police were unable to release my grip until the governor brought a knife and Cut the Scarf at the Back of my neck Cross examined Cronin denied the in production of military salutes and sym Bols. He said he was trying to revive the old Irish custom of a military Salute by ? raising the right Arm to the eve of the shoulder. He alleged that individuals of the gangster Type had recently been and i fitted to the special detective Branch of the civic guards. \ Man fatally beaten or. Hugh o Reilly a Blu shirt member i. Who was dragged out of Bungalow at ? in Shannon on october 29 by armed men j and severely beaten died in Hospital to j Day when he was admitted two months afto he had to Many wounds that the Joe tors did not know where to begin. Or. Denis o Leafy of Buju. Tho was similarly attacked he same nights still in Hospital. J ? i bulgarians not released yet Beklik . Tic Tiu be Lizul i. . Dii Niiro Tanoh. Ii a i of puff who Weie in i ii 1 in in a ii Wistor Tiro trial. An Siili in Oisin by. Tiny us i a Ilio. Same cells at lie i i Liu a did during the trial. Dimiti Nivy a Milieu. 1 Suir to s Tiai Icci Trie i Pizi ? Ollief that All thrive Nii Crons ? in finals. And that Ilu verdict was a i i Tikon Olio. To i i fixed to ii. I i i i i Tiiu their release Wii Iii. It ii nou do heir ? i. I -. Woman novelist Dies in London London. ii a\.-Mai--.iv. T inter Sou. The i.\rt. It d i Stei A a Iii ninja a i x1- ii a air inc for i a Liest first novel in . ?Iee. Such a Bill thu Ray Wii.--. Ii a i Dee which ii Iii i i tic ? of . The thin the i cd Timu a v.iiiu-1. .-.ii. The k.,. T a i v,-.k -?,-,.? fkr Jim. Siim i i Sumii Lilott an. I ? k ?.-. ,i., Primo ii mrs Nee she was t lie Dane tei u u a sanskrit Al by a. And we a a Levi Don in 1910. Afier Pedini in st a i intr South in Lodi. I la a. La a i Tkv i la Hbl a i i Bow i la Tel ? a 55 is by a a phys tight Tv3 i suppose Dick had to raid i ? 1 capital for All this Lovely furniture ? our Eagy terms my dear of course not we went to 5/ week a for ? �30 Worth Eddy a. W Weddy for. �60 Worth Phyma 15/ Weddy for. �90 Worth but surely their terms Aren t better 20/ Weddy for. �120 world than the others edits to in Nancy. � Leredu to att Young people and of hey re much easier pay Zzz Tzul Izz Mente Are Ever so Small and you can m on capital ecu Mph. A spread them Over three year m he payment Pau my i and what value or no it Quality at our extraordinary Low prices. The Union suite a new design in bedroom suites and very attractive. Made up in selected australian Oak and comprises the following Large wardrobe with full hanging space specially fitted with Interior Mirror hat shelf Linen drawers Etc. 3 it. To in. Dressing table with ample drawer space and latest Type Bevelled Mirror. Gent s wardrobe. And full fixed double Bedstead to harmonise with this very delightful suite Send for our 1934 furniture catalogue Eddy s Ltd. 12 Rundle Street Adelaide Roosevelt s peace speech welcomed France holds key London saturday. The times in i Lead nor article welcomes president Koose Volt s pc Eli on peace problems and ivs it indicates increased american col la Horat Ion abroad. Ainu any the disarmament proposals at Geneva have i Iii beyond president Oldt event s proposals but the various Ven intents Are still trying to translate to vein into practice. I Lesi Deni Roosevelt � to was speaking in Washington at n Celebration of the to Iii seve Iii Alini til iry ii theor. Woodrow Wilson s birth so tuned up i. Peace Iii Grainie As follows ? let every nation age a to Olini Imus. ? ver a Shorr period of years and by ii oui Essiri. Sieps. Every weapon of o Lei ice in its Possession and create no wild Tion to weapons ii offence. A i Ilie same tiny each hoi Iii have the right to Fortin i s of ii Lioi Der with permanent and Jon Robite defences and also to assure Ilsel. Through an International on in ruin a inspection that its neighbors not increasing or Maini Anding Oti Tensive weapons of War. Let every nation enter into a Oivinn ii it Enie it Ifni it will not any to its Loties to 1ici?s it own boil i. Into the of nnotln1 Lial. Hei Errin Lov .?.ident. Housew Ltd Point a ii to a state Sti Ouid a the right to t Ortii y its Ion tiers the times say it in in anachronism that Germany is not i Wood to nop sese anti aircraft gun or Toj erect defensive fortification. Meanwhile Herr Hitler s proposals if unacceptable in detail would certainly be a basis for diplomatic negotiation. It is hoped that the French reply will i of be i Flat rejection. Alt Iouli an at Iii a 300, a which Hatiej seeks i warily Hirsh. It is useless for Frame a uni ail Ali. Coin plete Tilisi Eisal of a Izi storm Ifopo much depends on l i s attitude ii ii next few works Helix. Saturday. i -,r.\-y circles think Vimr president Kou Towli s speech indic Aii s the America is dominated by the ii famed Geneva spirit she stil regards Tii Iii Infin Cut tons Assi a Iti eally a Kii Rop i i -. Which site like t a Settle a it in Iii ii so is not prepared to Iii Lei Lere. An rift re air the i s a o. I Ace Asim t and in in to Ive the present in Fri thatious i Tii for tin better. Hoc i in courier says that Alt Jongh american to the role the Roosevelt Doraine closely resembles the Neil in Naii plans. I Knox. S.iti.i.i.-. Tin Paris Rei a Mont to e xe-vr4 chronicle nays the if i i ice is Nui i Paveneihh-i.i Tion on i hi., probable i Neh j i Ivy if i., a Vee i i is Richely i in Ian in to Nies to i in n i in i the diva ii treaty Viliore a Only Vajic Rek Reuc to Eiiiiomic Piid a Wejs act ins. It is recognised for example that the occupation of the Rhine Bridge Heads would mean War. Such a step h therefore ruled out. I headache after headache now she s free from them a woman writes i would like every one who a Flers from in attaches to try Krus Cliflon s its before taking Krus Clien i was hardly Over free from a l t a a he. But since i have brei taking it regularly i Lavt iad a . Lor Wlinich j am Vry Liijnkfii. headaches. A need Iii of ii. 1 i Jve been Kinc Liat dose Usiri Iii Wavy ? i water be Iiy i.v, and i to so Well mrs. A k hear, i. I. to % lit Iii. Hie a ,.ii a ,., till usus cd roof Sitison in the of Eutz in str Javeria Vii he poisons tie . Remove those oo.--,. 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