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21 Jan 1933

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21 Jan 1933

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Adelaide Mail (Newspaper) - January 21, 1933, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia building up our Forest wealth state now has 40 million Pines Many men found jobs in reproductive venture four Mills operating by our political writer to the South australian government the 40 million Pines on its 53,000 acres of Forest reserves Are an undoubted asset. In years to come they should bring much wealth to this state. The farsighted policy under which Large areas of waste lands have been transformed into luxuriant forests has proved a Boon in the present depression. It has provided an excellent Opportunity to place men on reproductive work. The future value of these forests can Only be speculated on at present but the government is confident that when the larger areas come to maturity they will yield considerable profit. It is not surprising that this great Middle state is the Pioneer of commercial afforestation in Australia. For natural forests of commercial value. South Australia happens to be worse off than any other state. But by the gradual Extension of Pine plantations succeeding governments have endeavoured to make up for nature 6 defects and at the same time build up a Revenue producing asset. It is More than 50 years ago since operations were begun at Wir Rabara and Bun Valeer. In the Northern Hills and nearly As Long ago in certain parts of the South East. The Early efforts were largely experimental both in methods and the varieties planted. Naturally great expense was incurred in discovering the Best varieties of Timber Trees for different soils and climates. Some of these earlier plantations have been marketed but forestry officials say it is not possible to Esti mate How much profit if any any individual Plantation has returned. Reasons Given Are the experimental nature of the undertaking and the fact that earlier system of bookkeeping did not record the expenditure separately. Methods have changed from time to time and Many economies have been effected. With the present system of bookkeeping it is possible to show the average Cost and yield. Loan Money used All expenditure on the forests is now financed from loan moneys. This s regarded As More satisfactory than the pre Vious system under which the forests department had to depend on the Revenue estimates for Money to carry on its Ope rations thu6 preventing it from having a fixed planting policy on a commercial basis. For the current financial year the amount available is �160,000. This includes �22.000 for interest on past expenditure. The estimated Revenue is from �70.000 to �80,000, to be derived from the Felling of 200 acres of Timber plus the Sale of thinning receipts from grazing rights and so Forth. This year the department will Plant about 10,000 acres of which 6.000 will be in the South East and 4,000 in the Adelaide Hills. Areas Are now being cleared. The planting programme for the Ade Laide Hills shows a material increase on tast years. Prior to last rear the an Nual plantings on these Hills never exceeded 500 acres. Thinning operations Are now being car ried out at both it. Crawford and Kuito. These Are giving a satisfactory return to the department. In the past three years the total expenditure on the state Pine forests has been �375,000, and the total Revenue �165,000. The Revenue has come mainly from sales of Timber Cut from an average of probably 200 to 250 acres a year and the expenditure includes the planting of 17,000 acres the maintenance of approximately 53,000 acres the preparation of an additional 20,000 acres for planting the erection of the mount Burr and Caroline Mills the erection of a number of cottages in the South East. And the Purchase of land. When the larger areas reach maturity the department feels confident that the income will be substantially in excess of the expenditure. Departmental figures show that the Cost of growing Pine Timber to 30 years of age including compound interest on All costs will not exceed �55 an acre and that the Revenue on a conserva Tive estimate will be at least �75 an acre. Although taxpayers Are naturally impatient at seeing Large annual sums expended on the forests for a rather disappointing monetary return the govern ment regards afforestation As a definitely reproductive work which apart from eventually returning to the state All the expenditure incurred with compound in Terest will retain Here some hundreds of pounds a year which would otherwise go elsewhere for softwood Timber and ensure continuous employment for several thousand men when the scheme is in full operation. More planting justified the government does not think that it would be advisable to maintain a planting policy of 10.000 acres a year. But it believes that an acceleration of planting is justified at this juncture especially As a Means of providing Relief work. During the depression it has been the South australian government s experience that forestry operations Are most suitable for absorbing the unemployed. A big Point in their favor is that about 90 per cent of the expenditure involved is on labor thus ensuring the maximum re Lief with the Money available. South Australia s Pine forests Are much admired by visitors and apart from the ultimate wealth it is recognised that they Are a definite asset in a Lees material sense. They offer Protection from winds Are a Scenic attraction and improve conditions generally in the areas in which they Are located particularly when they Are in water logged country. At present the government is Ope rating four Mills in its Forest reserves and there is a Good demand for the Timber but there is a general feeling that the government should not continue milling operations any longer than is necessary. Responsible ministers in the present government have on More than one Occa Sion claimed that the state is in the milling business from Force of Circum stances. It is possible that As soon As a Market is definitely assured and the Timber is available on a sufficiently Large scale in compact areas to attract outside interests the government will feel disposed to invite competitive offers from private Enterprise to take Over the whole of the Millina Side. Jack of All trades . Man s 69 jobs in 19 years South Australia has its Jack of All trades and master of Many. He is or. Fred Lang who was born at Annaston 32 years ago next March. He claims to Lave worked at More occupations than or. Fran Harley of London referred to in be mail last week whose record was 4cr jobs in 27 years. Or. Laus s total in 65 in 19 years and a though he has not travelled in foreign countries he is never Happy unless he is roaming and for that reason his Only per manent address is Box 277d, . He has travelled extensively through Tasmania Victoria new South Wales and South Australia on his various jobs and while at times he has been up against it be has always been Able to find something to do. He has made himself adaptable so that he has always been Able to take on any Job offering and by common sense and observation has been Able to carry it through. Many accidents he has had his fair share of accidents too. For instance at Renmark he had a leg crushed in ahead on collision be tween his motor Cycle and a motor lorry Vii e he has been caught in a Stirrup Iron with the horse kicking once at Cam brai and once at begun Yah station new Wales. He hit a stamp while cultivating and was thrown off the seat of the machine and landed among the tines he had the unique experience of being thrown three limes in one Day off the same horse at finn Park and landed each time on ii is feet with the reins in his hands. He has helped to fight Bushfire. One in 1917 at Ite Imore. New South Wales was on an 8cmni e front. Or. Lane is a s0 an inventor but he say6 that inventing does not seem to be a profitable occupation. His most promising invention k a machine for raising scaffolding. He has also used his ingenuity to produce a Nail stripper for cases a press for nailing Down cases a window lift to operate windows when the Sash Cord Breaks and a frying pan Steamer. In addition he goes in for Oil painting and drawing. The list of Bis occupations is storekeeper farm hand Stone Cracker fruit Packer Green Man scrub clearer tree planter bread deliverer Orange Packer Case maker shed hand dried fruits i. The Over clerk Sawyer butter worker Boundary rider dam sinker Gar Dener Imi dins Carpenter coffin maker Jura in Digger boat builder hotel yardman waiter Miner Navvy Baj sewer wheat Road maker wheat Carter Cabinet maker sewing machine Salesman confectionery worker. Solmn card writer show Demon Strati. Commercial traveller canvasser electric sign maker opossum trapper Apple kicker Nailer and wire of cases Patent Medicine manufacturer motor Driver Mechanic Painter paperhanger pipe to r. Mason s labourer Bird trapper Gal Ley boy. Poker worker tree Pruner. Motor body builder. Wholesale fruit buyer to in Wool and hide buyer pros Pector Lamb Marker window Dresser Fly atelier manufacturer wireless manufacturer jockey Amateur French polisher inventor Small goods delivery and he has also worked at hooping care and theatre furnishing. Show card design tuition by Lee Bernstein. Studio pharmacy blogs. C 2214. Ftp m7vei ape Etc is Essiw 1/eveluriulnld my go j ? \t5j8& i Supel Heterodyne ? Hipp \ he product of Stromberg Carlson yet audio la 693. Nav Fps q for radio at its Fiest of v irix. 1 o 29, Rundle St. A few older Type Stromberg car sons Cash �9/18/6, or �1 now 3/ weekly. Listen in to Savery s session 9-9.30 p., 5dn new Battery sets . Battery sets from �6 Cash batteries extra. is probably few women Realise How much their jjgj8&& appearance really matters to their husbands. If he Bess sometimes hides silently behind his morning news by Ger paper at breakfast or forgets his wedding anniversary or abbe a woman is Apt to be deceived into Remung that Fol Loffl a of file he is no longer interested in her loveliness As he by was during their courtship. But make no mistake f i Elffia there ire two times a Day at least when you can i ass Bim Sun he does not by or hair in is Beautiful i Hub Anc some condition appears which will event to bully destroy its Beauty. H a i you can t be too cautious in washing your k he hair if you Nisi to Hare it show off at Ita r h3 very Best. 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Sing War Howe chinese Herba list 174 Oxford St., Paddington Sydney. . Opp. Vic. Barracks Gates. Send stamped Ait addressed envelope for literature. Round world in a windjammer port Lincoln. Saturday. When the finnish four malted barque l Avenir arrives at one of tiie United kingdom ports for orders. There will step ashore an old Young adventurer who will have encircled the world in a windjammer and spent much of the time aloft at an Aga when most men Are taking things easy. He is or. J. E. Monk who is a civil Engineer was engaged for 35 years build ing railways in India. After a partial retirement in London he packed a few clothes and get off for a Job on a wind Jammer. I have always taken an interest in 6ail Ine ships he said and had looked Forward to taking a deep Voy age in one for Many years. This is Tny dream come True the outward voyage was in the Pamir which made port Victoria from Copen Hagen round the Cape of Good Hope in 77 Days a smart passage. For the return trip by Way of the Horn he was transferred to the i Avenir which left on Friday in the annual wheat ship race. To comply with the usual passenger carrying restrictions or. Monk has signed on As Painter and to legalise the con tract he will receive upon reaching his i Oit of discharge the princely remuneration of id. A month. On the outward voyage or. Monk secured photographs from almost every part of the ship from Jib Boom to Royal Yard. Seaside Camp for West end boys organised by Clergyman about 50 boys from the West end of Adelaide will be under Canvas All next week at port Noa Lunga. For Many it will be their first taste of Camp life. The Rev. J. Bruce Montgomerie of St. Luke s Church. Whitmore Square has organised the Holiday. The object of the trip is character training under the Blue canopy of the heavens said or. Montgomerie today before he left in charge of the party. We aim to drive the boys not Only a Good time but lessons in leadership and games along scouting lines. And we Hope that every boy Wili come Back Able to swim or. Mou Comerie has had 20 years of experience with boys Camps. He knows just what the lads like and what they should have. They will be. Well supplied with literature during their eight Days stay. Boys always set a thrill out of Arthur Conan Doyle s adventures of Sherlock Holmes up i taking some of these volumes with other books he said. Parade after the boys Rise at 6.30 in the morn ing one of their first duties will be a compulsory bathing Parade. There will be kit inspections too and a rally round the Flag for the morning Salute. There will be eight tents at the Camp. Before lights out every night there will be singing and yarns round can fires. At meal times in the Large dining room one of the most popular men in the Camp will be or. J. K. Osborne. Who volunteered to accompany the party As Cook. The gymnastic instructor of the Gray Ward boys Institute or. A. C. Mar tin will put the boys through their daily dozen and scoutmaster Waldeck will be sports officer. Boys of All denominations Are at Iho Camp. Only those whose parents Are in a position to help will be expected to contribute towards the expenses. Parent of the lads will be welcomed at any time. Or. Montgomerie said that he hoped it would be the first of a series of Camps for boys from the West end of the City. Fighting the Hills fire menace every summer brings its quota of Bush fires menacing lives and properties throughout the state. The Campaign against the ravages of the fire fiend will be advanced a further stage at a Confer ence at Clare probably Early in March. Methods by which local governing bodies should co operate with firefighting organisations towards this end will be Dis cussed. The conference will be attended by representatives of the Barossa ranges nor Thern and Hills firefighting associations. A preliminary meeting will be held to consider suggested resolutions. The 6ecretary of the Northern firefight 1 ing association or. Rose said this week j that if local governing bodies availed themselves More fully of the Powers that j legislation conferred on them the menace of Bosh fires would be greatly minimised and More effective Means of fighting them could be organised. The gaze Ting of fire officers was Essen tial. Said or. Rose. Councils should exer Cise the utmost care in the appointment of 6uch officers and wherever possible committees should be formed to co operate and assist firefighters. Helping firefighters local committees could appoint sub committees to attend to food and water supplies for them in the fighting line bringing up reinforcements and other work which would be determined by local conditions. It is to be regretted said or. Rose that so Many local governing bodies fail to Realise the need to exercise the Power conferred on them. The opinion is growing that legislation should be enacted to compel councils to see that action is taken to Render an Essen tial Community service. Another weak Ness is that under existing legislation no provision is made whereby any compensation is available for a landowner who May sustain damage through a firebreak being burned on his property to save adjoining owners interests a suggestion that a firefighting org Auisa Tion should be formed in the Adelaide Foothills has also been made. The Burn Side mitc Liam Stirling. And craters councils the tourist Bureau and the National Park authorities have promised their support. The finnish four master babble l Avenir pulling Mil from port Lincoln for the untied kingdom. The n Livo sailors in the More protand grrr Fate and had to be to turd out to catch the ship. Fro n sailors in More protand grrr had to to turd to jump is %t%a?6s� qom ? i Kllc. Fey u � find by Street big Sig so so to try of Taffs i a table and tw0 solid Oak of f / Itaf 0 8oud fumed Oak med Oak Cabinet sets set. In no it in i this massive fumed Oak Cabinet is drapers and galvanized enamelled bread bin. A in to the san it Ftp / i Al j � few so Jug Glass -5wT1 at t0p the Bottom portion cupboard with Shell i and s0 d Oak a / u drawer divided cutlery drawer and galvanised and perforated Zinc ads. Chairs ? l the at 7 up Doob to Bottom. ? ? lne whole of the right hand Eide be a store Cap cd is i for a a ? ,.jij.rir. Board fully fitted with shelves and is most useful. To Kiwi. In Obi by headlight Glass 7/6 extra. Fitted with mottled �3/18/6 ffiml.�b/5/ ii us a a vat Yah Luj i/1 made kitted the most magnificent Cabinet Ever offeredhbmm3 if Tiff h i in a i my a life ? is w1 e pcs finished Fum a Oak there Are two headlight cup Price i Bibl ill Kiiji my Iii 11 i ill late Libelli Eta rift Linen ant Cutter ratert6 and bred bin. I of f Hub Himml bin ? 9jj�ggjlleitj of Al tw0 useful store boards at the Bottom. 711 i the a i i Sis 41 Ripe i / / i Asp ice Chest i chairs j 0 i air ? a Fri ?.m smart chairs ? Bil Adelaide. We have ? a dark Brown Oak i v vyv v. R1 r1 a a Aige a Tockes in both tic a with pretty uphold i Mil of 1 or 3&&s& a porcelain and Gal go stored seats. I i Al Lyl ii Job 7 v h a vanished tron lined 13 Xuy Jup Juley St#5 Adelaide my 451/0 girls As adept As men at lifesaving lifesaving should not be confined to men. According to mrs. R. W. Medwell of Gilberton who dived fully clothed into j the Torrens this week and saved the life j of a girl who was in difficulties. It is just As essential for girl swimmers to have a working knowledge of it As men she says and no More difficult for them than it is for their Brothers. Mrs. Medwell is Secretary and Leader of the recently formed Walkerville ladies lifesaving club the first of its kind in the state solely for women. There Are 15 girls learning lifesaving from the instructor or. Medwell. About half a dozen Are sufficiently advanced to give demonstrations. Formerly some of the women of the Walkerville swimming club received Tui Tion in lifesaving with the men. The girls have had special lifesaving costumes made for them and then practise on Sun Day mornings at the local Pool. Every swimmer should know some thing about lifesaving said mrs. Med Well. Girls i think can learn just As easily As men. It is not so much strength that is required but the Knack of it. Some of the most efficient lifesavers Are Small men lessons of the Cricket. ? l basis for Sermon tomorrow lessons from the Cricket Field will be outlined by the president of the count cil of churches Rev. W. Hawke at the Temple Henley Beach tomorrow even ing. If a Man does a Shady thing you will hear it said at once that is not Cricket or. Hawke will say. We instinctively feel Cricket should be a clean and an honorable sport. Cricket has always recognised Merit in a Man apart from the color of his skin or his status in society and christianity has Ever done the same. It is a sin Gular fact that All the Best cricketers have been Church men. Some of the outstand ing English and australian players have been leading Church workers. It is the average that tells in Cricket not sudden firework displays. So in the Christian life there should be constant preparation to keep fit. The cricketer on the Field must be wide awake or he will be caught napping and in that critical moment May miss a catch which will affect the result of the game. In like fashion to Lead a Good life we must watch or we will fail. Leadership important it is not the biggest score or the beet Bowling figures that deserves the most Praise. All circumstances must be taken into account. A big score May be made on an easy wicket against poor Bowling and a Good Bowling average May be obtained because of a bad wicket that suits the Bowler. Lord ? Hawke was one of the greatest captains England Ever produced and he made Yorkshire Cricket what it is today. At the end of every season he gave sealed envelopes to certain players rewarding them for Good Effort during the season. If he had been Here Woodfull would have received an envelope for batting right through the second innings of the recent Tost match while the others were being Skittles. There Are certain qualifications for the Good cricketer he must be courteous Friendly and sociable and. He must be ready to work hard whatever his position on the Field. A great Deal depends in Cricket on leadership. A great Captain always brings the Best out of his men. We have a great Captain in Christ who knows the game and if we do our Best he will finally Reward us richly new year special closes saturday january 28, at 1 Results and prizes posted january 31. 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