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Adelaide Mail (Newspaper) - January 18, 1936, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia King s illness bulletin anxiety still exists doctors in attendance ail night old illness recurs oxygen sent Long Xun saturday. An official bulletin issued at 11 . Today states that the anxiety Felt last night about his majesty the thur. Who is suffering Iron bronchial Catarrh still exists. Farly this morning a special Cor respondent of the fews chronicle at Sandringham was officially in formed that the condition try the King was less comfortable oxygen apparatus has been taken there from London and two nurses Are in attend Ance. A medical bulletin issued shortly alter 11 last night was the first intimation that the King who is 70, was at All seriously indisposed. The Bulle ? tin which was signed by his physicians sir Stanley Hewett and lord Dawson of Penn stated that the King was suffering from bronchial Catarrh. It was not severe but signs of cardiac heart weakness had appeared which must be regarded with some disquiet both physicians stayed at Sandring Ham All night the medical correspondent of the daily Telegraph Points out mat bronchial Catarrh is usually accompanied especially in older people by some embarrassment in breathing placing an extra Strain on the heart muscle. This explains the bulletin s Refe rence to cardiac weakness. Oxygen is one of the most common aids in overcoming this embarrassment be said. Sons at Sandringham it was understood at first that the King was confined to his room with a cold mainly As a precautionary Mea sure against the severe wintry weather wich is being experienced throughout Britain. He was last seen outside the grounds of Sandringham on wednesday Riding his White Pony. Early yesterday morning the temperature there dropped to 10 degrees below freezing Point the Prince of Wales and the Duke of York the King s eldest sons Are both at Sandringham. The Prince went there today the visit being announced As an Ordinary one. The Duke of Gloucester is confined to his room at Buckingham Palace with a sore Throat. This is the King s first indisposition since june when he suffered from the same complain and was ordered a fortnight s rest quiet Holiday his majesty spent his present Holiday at Sandringham quietly and did less shooting than is usual during his new year visit the Duke of Kent led most of the Royal shooting parties Hie King accompanying the shooters on his favo rite shooting Pony. People in close touch with the court emphasise that the King s illness is not Only the result of a sudden cold and Point out that for seven years he has unremittingly attended to the duties of his High station since his recovery from a grave illness in 1929 inevitably the Strain of that must re main they say. Leaving his majesty More susceptible to ailments than others. Nevertheless the King in the opinion of those seeing. Him daily came through the Jubilee celebrations excellently but. Last month grief at the death of Princess Victoria his sister. Affected his spirits. I the King s illness was announced to i ? Public broadcast message a minute before Midnight dance music faded out and the announcer with emotion in his voice said before we close Down i want to read a bulletin about the i King s health a 1ecest we Mjune of Kinka of silence of Antarctic fliers due to sending switch fault graphic Story from Rescue ship Melbourne saturday. Lincoln Ellsworth the american explorer and his com Panion Hallock Kenyon Are Safe aboard the australian Rescue ship discovery ii. Kenyon is Well but Ellsworth is reported to be suffering from a severe cold. From Kenyon the men of the discovery Learnt the reason for Ellsworth s mysterious silence of nearly two months. The transmitter switch of the radio apparatus had failed and the explorers had been unable to get Mes sages through to the Wyatt Earp. Their base ship. Sighted five Miles away from the Bay of whales by either flying officer Mur Doch or flight Lieut Douglas piloting the Moth plane from the discovery Kenyon made his Way to the ship reaching it at 5 pin. On january 16. The same night a land party went in search for Ellsworth and met him As he was forcing his Way across the ice to the discovery. The Secretary of state for the United states has cabled the government s gratification at the discovery s Rescue of Ellsworth and Kenyon and thanks the British government and the dominions for their Fine co operation in locating the missing explorers. How the ship s Rescue party after meeting Kenyon later met Lincoln Ellsworth and took them both aboard was told in a message from the Dis covery ii. Today. The minister of defence or. Park Hill said that the following message had been received from the ship s com Mander on the arrival of the discovery at Bay of whales an Orange coloured tent was seen on the Barrier face. A rocket was fired and was answered. The Moth plane then flew towards Little America five Miles Distant Kenyon came oat from the hut and we dropped letters by Para Chute. As Kenyon approached he was met by a party from the ship and arrived on Board at 5 . On january 16. He reported that Ellsworth was alive but suffering from severe cold and was then on his Way to the ship. The ships party went to meet Ellsworth and at 9 pin. Returned with him to the discovery. The american airmen had run out of fuel 20 Miles South of Little America and pledged in. The transmitter switch was the cause of the radio failure repaid by . Good feeling even if Ellsworth and Kenyon had been in no danger but had been adhering to their Normal schedule of ground exploration work at Little America the australian expedition was very much Worth while in the opinion of or. R. E. Priestley experienced Polar explorer and vice Chancellor at Melbourne University. Ellsworth and his companion May have been awaiting the arrival of the Wyatt Earp on january 21. On the other hand there has been just As reasonable a basis for assuming that they were in distress said or. Priestley. The absence of wireless signals when it was known that Ellsworth s plane had modern equipment was one very Dis quieting feature. Again news from the Wyatt Earp indicated that its Comman Der was genuinely disturbed by Ells Worth s continued silence. When Ellsworth s Early signals died away radio experts both Here and in America could Advance no explanation for the failure of his Short wave equipment other than that of a crash so seriously did the commander of the Wyatt Earp View the position that he faithfully carried out the provisions of a predetermined emergency pro gramme by laying Down stores in Wes Tern Antarctica. He then proceeded round the coast in the Hope that Ellsworth s flight had been successful and that he would pick him up at Little America or. Priestley added that humanity demanded thai search plans be put in hand As soon As possible. It was appropriate that Australia being the nearest nation to Antarctica should have made the gesture. 1 the Money Australia has spent on the expedition will be amply repaid by the Rood feeling aroused in the United states by our Early decision followed by our practical proof that we would do every thing possible for the Rescue he Aid. Tactically the voyage of the Dis covery ii. And the reconnaissance work of the . Men had been perfect rhe commander had steamed along the Meridian which was free of ice and had performed a remarkable feat of navigation to get a steel ship from Dunedin to the Bay of whales in three Days. The Wyatt Earp had had to go round the coast where the ice was heaviest and it was doubtful if she could have arrived at Little America by january 21. Top the discovery my in the pack ice in the bos near the Bay of whales. Centre the Baa. Wapiti seaplane which was taken to the discovery do for the search. Beneath a new por trait of Lincoln Ellsworth. T p the in Nore he hich was taken the discovery do for trait of Ellsworth. Liquor permits two . Refuse application port Augusta. Saturday. A fesses. J. M. Beerworth and l. In g. Riches mj., sitting As justices in the port Augusta Magis trates court today refused an application from miss Ian Hardy for a liquor permit tonight under clause 15 of the licensing act miss Hardy who appeared at the court with mrs. E. M. Cowan joint Licensee with or. J. C. Watters of the hotel Commonwealth port Augusta explained that she had been living in port Augusta Lor two weeks and de-1 sired to give a party to meet and make friends. The party would be held in the lounge and a private room. Detective Strangways who opposed the application on behalf of the police was told that miss Hardy bad been employed by or. Watters at Jamestown before coming to port Augusta. She was now employed by or. Watters and mrs. Cowan As companion to mrs. Cowan. Guests would Pat the Bench was told that if drinks were required they would be paid for by the guests of whom there would be about 15. In refusing the application the court issued the following statement in the court s opinion parliament never in tended that the provision for a dinner banquet and social gathering in clause 15 of the act should be interpreted to include the entertainment of guests by a hotel employee to make friends. The fact that guests would be called upon to Purchase their own liquor throws doubts on the propriety of the application. The permit Section of the act was aimed to promote sociability and not monetary gain. The application would have been viewed in a More favourable Light had it emanated from with out licensed premises instead of within. The court feels that its Bounden duty is to refuse the application other references to liquor permits ? on Page 6. ? miss Thelma Coyne austra Lia s no. 1 woman player can Jet by the camera a she was about to serve when playing at memorial drive this afternoon. Iss Elma 1 ont serve when memorial afternoon. Radio Telephone on lonely . Island port Lincoln saturday. Wireless Telephone has broken Down the isolation that has existed for so Many years Between the handful of Resi dents on Thistle Island and the Mainland. Previously the tap lev family a which lived on the Island which is 32 Miles from port Lincoln could communicate with civilisation Only by boat or Carrier Pigeon. But or. C. Wade took Over the property recently and he immediately installed a land station wireless Telephone. Each morning he converses with or. W. Wiseman in his wireless Shack at port Lincoln and transacts business. This morning or. Wade was Able to learn that the Ketch Oscar Robinson would arrive at the Island on tuesday and or. Wiseman in turn was Able to receive instructions about the trans port of a horse to be passed on to a local forwarding agent. It is or. Wades intention to Breed horses and pigs and to Experiment with the running of sheep on the land. In an interview with the port Lin Coln correspondent of the mail Over the wireless Telephone today or. Wade said he had taken a few sheep to the Island. But it would be another two or three years before it would be possible to determine whether sheep raising there and on other coast coun try could be made a commercial pro position. In the meantime he would produce Barley for fattening pigs and Breed hordes. ? i was prompted to buy this property because of mrs. Wade s keenness for Island life he said. My 10-year- old son. Bill is Able to operate the j radio set i mrs. Wade painted a romantic Pic Ture of life on the Island. I wandering about the Island one sees a variety of landscapes in Minia i Ture she said. There is something awesome about the High Cliffs and the towering Bluffs but then one can re tire into a sheltered Little Retreat from i which the wild and the rugged coast cannot be seen and feel at peace with nature this is a pleasant in j Teresing kind of life made More at Tractive by the wireless link with civilisation. Our two children. Bill who is 10, j and Mary nearly eight Are receiving lessons by correspondence. Our Les i sons of course arrive at irregular in ? Vervals. For the mails come Only when it is convenient for Ketches and other j Small boats to Call. Therefore occasions arise when we have holidays from Scho work. I am fortunate in having my j Mother. Mrs. M. Nicholas to keep me company. With two workmen on the property in addition to my own family j there is plenty of cooking to be done j answer to his prayer Sydney. Saturday. Ryphe disappearance of a statue of the infant Jesus from the crib of a Catholic Church in the suburbs caused consternation recently. Its absence was discovered by two nans who visited the Church daring a quiet period of the Day but the search for it had hardly begun when the Parish priest saw it in the Street in a Cay painted Handcart drawn by a Small boy. Be baked by the priest for hav ing taken the state the boy re plied 1 have been praying to him for a Long time to give me a Billy cart for Christmas and i promised that if i rot it i would give him the first ride. I could t take him himself so i took the state. Now i am taking it Back to his Home child Breaks both Bones in forearm port Elliot. Saturday on his Way to the Beach today. Kevin the ? four year old son of mrs. B. M. Ford j of port Elliot fell and broke both Bones in a of . Alleged Escapee from a liar at gaol arrested in Adelaide loaded revolver found by detectives in a bundle Street hotel a Young Man who is alleged to have escaped from the Ballarat gaol a month ago by scaling a 20-ft. Wall was arrested tonight. It is alleged by detectives that he had an eight chambered fully loaded revolver in his Belt. Yesterday the police were told that j �20, including a Cheque for �6/10/, had been stolen from Tattersall hotel Hindley Street. The Money had been locked in a wardrobe in the bedroom i of the Licensee s wife. A revolver be. Longing to the Licensee was also missed. A description of a Man who had been staying at the hotel and had left yesterday was supplied to the police. Later in the Day detectives recovered the missing Cheque from a City tailor. I the tailor said that a Man had i asked him to change the Cheque. He asked the Man to wait while j he referred it to a Ank manager. J when the tailor returned the Man had disappeared. Payment of the i Cheque bad been stopped. I today detectives Harris and Mccon Jnell ascertained that a Man answering the description in their Possession had engaged a room at a Rundle Street hotel. At 6 pin. The detectives went to the hotel and saw a Young Man in a Pas Sage upstairs. They following him to his bedroom and questioned him. According to the police the Man at first said that he had arrived yesterday from Clare but later made a state ment about the Tattersall hotel the. The detectives found that he answered a description of a Man who had escaped from Ballarat gaol on december 15, while on remand on charges of having received three bicycles. At the watch House Alexander Thomas Hunt 26. Was charged with the larceny of Money and a revolver. Advice of his arrest will be sent to the victorian police. He will appear in the Adelaide police court probably on monday. What would Glenelg do about it Brisbane. Saturday. An argument with officials of the Queensland Amateur swim Ming association about an abbreviated costume has Cost g. D. John Ston the state diving Champion a trip to Adelaide and Perth with the Queensland swimming team. At the metropolitan Baths last night he was disqualified for one month. During that time the team will make the trip. Just before his suspension he had been selected As a member of the team. On wednesday Johnston was informed that he would not be allowed to appear in competitions in a costume which he had worn some Days before. Last night he took his place in the contests in a suit of approved pattern but later he took this off revealing the banned costume beneath it. Officials called to him not to dive in vain. After a discussion Between the diver and the president of the association or. D. S. Cartera meeting of the executive was held and Johnston was suspended. ? capt. Hurley to make big Antarctic film Melbourne. Saturday. Capt. Frank Hurley will Lead a cinematograph expiation to Antarctica next year to film a Story based in one of the great adventures at the South pole. The Cost of the artists will be �30.000. And australians will be employed. A number of scenes will be filmed in australian studios but the Antarctic expedition will be necessary to fur Nish an authentic background and pro vide scinic effects unique in the film world. Hot sunday is forecast the government meteorologist or. Bromley in his week end forecast said today that temperatures tomorrow will probably enter the nineties. Under present conditions it was not Likely that unsettled weather would be experienced until late tomorrow night crashed to death from Sydney Bridge Sydney. Saturday. A thin old Man whose body was found to be curiously tattooed. Crashed 50 it to his death from the Sydney Harbor Bridge approach to the Footpath near Argyll Steps today. Apparently he threw himself from the parapet a search of his clothing revealed the name John Larsen on a card issued several years ago from the outpatient department of the Sydney Hospital and a slip of paper on which was scrawled Carl Eliason no. 1 Gibbon Street Redfern he is believed to be a scandinavian. Larsen being the Anglicised version of his name. Stop press arrest follows collision after a collision Between a j buggy driven by Kenneth Hamil j ton. Of Brighton and a motor car at Anzac Highway Camden to night the Motorist a manager of j Gle Nunga was arrested on a charge of driving while under the influence of liquor. J 1 Bayville trotting Ald Gate Handicap son o mine 5/2, fax1 Smoky Globe 4/12 Boz Vale 10/18. Increase wanted stir about milk prices unless dairymen receive an increased Price for milk from the wholesale distributors Adelaide s milk in Tilv Mav be seriously reduced. Conferences have been held Between representatives of the a. Dairymen s association and the distributors the dairymen claiming that they should receive 7d. Or 7%d. A gallon instead of the present 5d. To 6d. It was authoritatively stated today that dairymen have spoken of adopt ing other Means of utilising their milk if the increase is refused. About 80 Oer cent of the state s producers be longed to the association and if they stopped supplies the remaining 20 per cent would be unable to Supply the City s needs. R the Price of 5d. To 6d. A gallon which Dairy Farmers have been receiving for a considerable time is too Small for them to pay their Way much less make a living said the Secretary of the dairymen s association or. J. R. Hewland today discussing the conferences. The wholesale have been informed by the to Cimadon that on and after february 1, producers expect to receive at least 7d. To 7kd. Gallon for All the milk they sell. We Hope that the Public win consider our claim a Jast one and that an amicable arrangement will be reached. The producers consider the whole salers and retailers have a sufficient margin of profit to give the Dairy far Mer a better Price without increasing the Price to the consumer. The retail vendors buy their milk from the wholesale distributors at lid. A gallon and the recognised Price to the consumer is 3d. A pint delivered or 24d. In the shop. This leaves the retailer a profit on delivered milk of 1/1 a gallon housewives offer the past president of the House wives association mrs. Evans Hardy had stated that housewives were pre pared to pay 3d. A pint provided the Farmers received some Benefit from that Price or. Hewland added. The retail Vendor had very Little capital outlay to his business Whereat the termer had to abort de Guntli � l a fld a Uithol of Airt fnt4 which he received m. A gallon or less he said. Or. Hewland expressed the opinion that there were too Many Small retail vendors in Adelaide. Some of them had to provide nothing beyond a bicycle and a pair of cans serving very Small rounds. It would be a More eco nomic proposition to have fewer Ven Dors serving larger numbers of customers. It was explained that if the Dairy Farmers chose to utilise their product As butterfat. Instead of Selling it As whole milk they would receive about As much As the wholesale distributors were now paying for it As milk. In addition the skim milk a useful Bypro duct would remain. His master s voice Yaj ? saves Mure zf&4& than it costs ? in it a i refrigeration Lih i by i is Mast is voice a gift Bibb sols i As Hulk and butter fresh uak mics v Fla is ii blk Ksyk 9 cube freeze sweets. Be lest\3b news i current than a lamp bulb comm a i Petely automatic operation and i Sabb gsau9jhn ? Yon can now own one for As Little be a pm 51 Kundle Street. Adelaide i i a Model for every Kitchen Olsen s 2tby a a slip la by a by vhf a feb in to Fri a Jaugu ? my a or & Deposit 5/ weekly he la or Wikta Mali Aal he i a see the Thor today aplmmpawjblllyi31kiwj�wwtuif3i a rec lab a fipe Bankers Light and dark Price ass Quality Soha every a Bole a cent Cormell lib Ted. Adelaide. Troubled Europe must seek return of colonies fiery talk by nazi Berlin saturday. Ine time will come when Germany must demand her colonies Back declared the minister of propaganda or. Goebbels addressing 20,000 Berlinn Zis. Germany could not continue to live As a poor country while the rest of the world rolled in wealth he said. We Are beggars. We have no Colo Nies no raw mate rials and we Are confronted with difficulties which cannot be Over come by internal methods he went on. Other countries do not need the colonies they have taken from us. It is dangerous for the world not to concede to such demands because some Day the bomb will explode. The league s part is to preserve world peace but i prefer to rely on guns he said and added that some times there were moments when one has to take the sword to Cut a knot. The do not want to interfere in the conflict Between Britain and Abyssinia on the one hand and Italy on the other but Germany is learning a lesson from the situation namely that a nation without Power cannot preserve peace and that we cannot rely on file Les a or. Goebbels concluded by Saring that Germany had to become a nation of martyrs because they had certain tasks to fulfil in we world. Or. Goebbels or. Boy drowned in . Biver fell from tree Sydney Stordy. Ste had Den Nis. 12, of Koi Hill Road Waverley. V was drowned today in the Helon Glo River at Jhm Troon. The boy was climbing a tree on the Sank of the River when a Branch gave Way and he fell into 15 it of water tils companion. Clarence Hill is. Dived in and seized Dennis but the drowning lad pulled him under. Hill was forced to let go. William Graham of Dun Troon. Dived unsuccessfully in the Pool for an Hoar n an attempt to recover the body. Finally Constable Hughes of Dun Troon. With Graham s help recovered the Jody with a grappling Iron. Artificial respiration by Constable High a was a unsuccessful

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