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Adelaide Mail (Newspaper) - January 21, 1933, Adelaide, South Australia
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His policy is to maintain the 1922 treaty with England on which the free state was founded and to seek a solution of any Points in dispute by Friendly negotiation. The closing stages of the Campaign have been remarkable for the absence of the disorders and bitter Ness which marked the opening meetings. Or. De Valera in a final manifesto appeals for a Strong government majority which would enable him to pursue for four or five years a policy leading to a reasonably self con trained self Sufficing Irish Ireland. He proposes to abolish Tine Senate but says if a second chamber were retained he would greatly reduce its membership. He would also re Duce. The member ship of the Dail and would Cut the salaries of higher or. De Valera de paid civil servants. He promises to Intro Duce a Bill to save the railways from extinction and rive joint control of rail ways and Road transport. The fianna fail Republican party desires that the Irish and British Peoples should be on the most Friendly terms he says. We shall continue to strive to get Bri Tish statesmen to Realise that lasting peace is Secu Rable Only on a basis that the Irish people Are at Liberty freely to determine their government institutions and their relations to Britain says the manifesto. To Trade agreements will be made that would prevent the government giving the Tariff Protection necessary to preserve the Farmers Home Market and to develop manufactures or. Cosgrave s forecast or. Cos trave s expected majority of 22 includes the Centre party and independents. The Centre party think de Valera will be in a minority of 15, while Independent observers expect a close finish. The issues have become 90 involved that the most hopeful prophets hesitate to predict the result definitely. Or. De Valera obviously aiming for the moderate vote i has refrained from mentioning a Republic though he re iterated he demand for Complete Independence. His main slogan is the nation is on the March this the Cork correspondent of the times interprets As mean ing a continuance of the Tariff War with England and a revival of the Northern Ireland Boundary controversy in an acute form. The correspondent says that while some manufacturers and traders Are siding with de Valera because they have profited by the emergency Tariff property owners generally Are hoping for the return of same government. The Cosgrave party s Chance Are favored in Cork and Munster where the effects of the Tariff War have been keenly Felt. But de Valera expect to increase Bis vote in the West of Ireland where the bounties Hare saved the Small Farmers from the worst effects of the Tariff War and pen and concessions have benefited the cottagers. The Dublin correspondent of the Man Chester guardian says financial considerations will decide the election. The poor and Thrift less expect to profit by the de Valera regime while property owners and Thrifty people Hope for Prosperity under a co grave government. It remains to be seen on tuesday whether the Thrifty or Thrift less Are the More numerous. Communists Appeal the Dally mall s correspondent says de Valera s chances have been jeopardised by the communists fiery manifesto urging revolutionary inclined workers to make every Effort to ensure de Valera s Success. It is expected this will alienate Many people especially the Catholic associations which Are fighting communism. The Church recently bitterly denounced communism. Cardinal Macrory saying it would make the free state another russian hell. ? 12 millions will be left jobless Bruening s idea of Normal Europe London january 20. Ai Tei a tour of and Enroe to investigate the depression or. Bruening the former ixe Nan Chancellor estimates that 12 million people will remain Unab sorbed by Industry when the economic blizzard has blown itself out. I non Nasals for dealing with the sur Lens include putting unemployed on the and controlling Maen Mery inventions the establishment of a 40-hour week Emi Gration and teaching the workers new occupations. Signor Mussolini whom or. Bruening interviewed favors them All. He Hae introduced a Bill to control development in Industry and is rapidly setting people on the land. He thinks that a 30-hour week is enough. Germany proposes More farm plots for artisans and wants its colonies Back or. Bruening Days. France s trifle unions Are demanding a 40-hour week and employees Are opposing employers everywhere. I am sceptical about the possibility of an International agreement reducing hours especially As wages agreement exists. Britain problem is to redress its dangerously top heavy economic life. It is impossible for Britain to become an Agri cultural country like France. Germany or Italy but it can go part of the Way or. Bruening Saye. Or. Lloyd George Britain s War prime minister urges the government to break the Back of unemployment by settling half a million men on the Jand thus Viding jobs for a further half million. Ship abandoned after fierce Atlantic storm Captain and three others drowned new York saturday. The British cargo Steamer Exeter City 2,929 ton badly damaged by a storm was abandoned in a sinking condition in the Atlantic this afternoon. Heavy seas pounded the vessel last night and at Dawn a tremendous wave swept the Captain third officer and two seamen overboard to death. The 6hip sent out an s.o.s., and the american merchant a United states liner hurried to the Rescue. A line was put aboard the damaged ves Sel but when it was seen that nothing could be done to save it the Crew was taken on Board the rescuing ship. Thieves select �700 Worth of Best goods Melbourne saturday. After having Etolen goods valued at �700 from the store of d. M. Hoyte pay. Ltd., at Corryong in Northern Victoria last night thieves carted away the loot in a car belonging to the manager and escaped. The thieves selected All the Best Stock available taking about �230 Worth of tobacco �200 Worth of silk hosiery and underwear valued at �250. No attempt was made to break open the Safe in the store indicating that the thieves were aware that All the Inone taken yester a Day had been banked last night. Tenant charged Witti theft of furniture charged with the theft of furniture on january 5, Francis Barry of Adelaide appeared before or. Halcombe. 8.m., in the port Adelaide police court today. Inspector j. E. Noblet who prosecuted said that Barry rented a partly furnished House from John Clifton aged 83, of Swan Terrace. Semaphore. When he left he took furniture belonging to the land lord. Clifton told or. P. J. Christie for the defendant that he did not Check Over the furniture left in the House. After Barry vacated it a son had been Given articles of furniture from the House. The hearing of the Case was adjourned until next saturday. New skipper on Cathay cant. H. Elliott Smith who formerly had command of the Baradine arrived at outer Harbor today in charge of the Cathay. He first came to Australia As to Laird mate of the Derwent. He has been with the p. And o. Co. For 32 years the past six As Captain. The Only mishap lie Lias experienced was on the Dei West which was concerned in a collision in the English Channel. I since becoming a commander Cait. Fim Itji Hue been a keen philatelists. Good morning everybody old Man gloom sees the Silver lining. Strube in the daily express Silver lining. Daily injured by piece of Granite when a piece of Granite he was shifting slipped and fell on his leg today Vin cent South of 40 Hughes Street mile end received a dislocated knee. The police ambulance was called an-1 motor transport Driver Howard Ren dered first Aid before taking South to the Adelaide Hospital. Shuttleworth & Letchford report having sold during the week a modern residence containing six rooms in Hawthorn. Pimples 1 face 1welvlpnths caused eruption which festered. Cuti Cura healed. I. Had pimples on my face which appeared scattered. The irritation caused me to scratch them and the scratching caused eruptions which came to a head and festered resulting in disfigurement for the time being. I suffered for twelve months before i saw the advertisement for Cuti Cura soap and ointment. I sent for them and after using them the pimples vanished in less than a month and i was completely healed signed miss Jean Davis princes Highway Long Warry n., Vic keep your skin Clear by using Cuti Cura soap ointment and Talcum for daily toilet purposes. Touch pimples and itching if any with Cuti Cura ointment Bathe with Cuti Cura soap and hot water. Sap u. Out tit la. Aad 2c Talcum is. 3d. Sample each free. Address �. Town co. Sydney. N. S. A by Anticura so Arias stick 1. 6d. War debt Parley in March new Hope for the world . Decision mail special representative Washington saturday. New Hope was Given to the world when president Hoover and president elect Roosevelt at a momentous conference yesterday decided to discuss War debt revision with Bri Tain. This Louie Seuc a will be held in Washington As soon As possible after or. Roose velt assumes office on March 4. From High sources in Washington it was Learned today that the proposed Dis Cussion with Britain was designed not to Cut under but Rattler to strengthen the plans for the projected world economic conference in june. Both or. Hoover and or. Roosevelt and their personal adviser aim at relieving the anxiety and uneasiness in Britain and in other debt paying countries of Europe in the matter of War debts. In association with his aim and not be convary to in in Lipor Uuie is tue lieu to create an atmosphere of Confidence for the world economic conference to which Washington attached the greatest import Tanee Roosevelt in charge it is believed the move for a conference was forced on the nation s leaders by the appalling economic conditions in the United states and the chaotic state of world affairs. Or. Roosevelt will take charge of the negotiations but or. Hooves has promised to give any help he can. Newspaper Agen cies in broadcasting the announcement say it is significant that France was not mentioned in the talk about the posed gatherings. It is assumed the Rea son is because of France s default in its War debt pay ment due on Decem Ber 15, and her Gene rally antagonistic attitude to the United states on War debts. In a statement is sued from the White House following a or. F. Rose Eft conference for an hour and a half be tween the two Leadens it was said the official talks with Britain would include also the economic problems of the world and ways and Means for improving the world s economic situation the Secretary of state or. Stimson was instructed to initiate negotiations with Britain immediately. Official statement the communique in its guarded official language says the conference Between messes. Hoover and Roosevelt was de voted mainly to a canvass of the foreign situation and the following statement was agreed upon the British government a asked for a discussion on its War debt. The incoming administration will be glad to receive Britain s representatives Early in March for this purpose. It will be of course necessary to discuss at the same time the world economic problems in which the United states and Britain Are mutually interested. So representatives should also be sect to discuss ways and Means of improving the world Situa Tion. It was settled that these arrange mensa be taken up by the Secretary of state with the British government the decision to meet British representatives is believed to foreshadow a debt settlement through a lamp sum payment. Britain seems to have a Strong Case ii aging paid her december instalments and formally requested a readjustment of her War debt. Or. Roosevelt is anxious to Clear the debt position up before the next instal ments Are due in june fearing a general default. A Quick settlement in Britain would doubtless be the forerunner of an1 adjustment with other countries. ? or. Roosevelt hitherto Haah a Al inf. From definite co operation with the expire i in Republican administration. But the rare Adenine financial Chao Nas forced his hand. The atmosphere is surcharged with talk of inflation says the Chicago Tribune enumerating 60 Bills prepared for Congress proposing All sorts of schemes of inflation to cheapen Money for debtors and boost commodity prices for producers in spite of the experience of what a terrific failure farm Relief legislation had. Been during the Dat few years. What Lias aroused or. Roose yet is that the inflation lists Are predicting cheap Money legislation before the end of the present session. The democratic Roose velt election platform declared for found currency to be preserved at All hazards. The Only Concession it made to inflation lists was an academic Espousal of an International conference for the rehabilitation of Silver. First visit since Days of sailers thirty years ago or r. G. Scindle made his first trip to Australia in a sailing ship he is making his second in the Cathay which berthed at outer Harbor today. With him Are his two daughters missed Edith and a. R. Windle. We made a Swift passage out the first time Swift that is for a sailing Chip said or. Windle. It occupied under 100 Days. I was pleasantly surprised then to Rind the australians very like our own Needle air. I male will spend a Mouth m Australia before returning by Way of Java to England. In Adelaide he will stay with or. And mrs. Ernest Good at Prospect. He and his daughters broke their Roy age at Ceylon. They spent three weeks on the Island motoring All Over it. Ceylon itself is hard Lut now Baid or. Windle. Rubber prices Are unsatisfactory to the growers and excessive Taxa Tion is another big bar to Prosperity. Still the people seem very cheerful about it All the Windles motored through the Jungle one . It scarcely seemed 3ik-? a Jungle at Allea d mass Windle. Rather it re minded me of an English Forest with her sister Ehe went to finishing school in Brussels. The younger Mies Windle left shool Only last year there Wae a smallpox scare in Ceylon when we were there. Two Hundred cases were reported mainly among natives. The authorities compelled everyone visitors and sea Dente alike to be vaccinated i Japan firm hand interference in Manchuria tells league mail special representative Geneva saturday. The japanese delegation has received fresh instructions from Tokyo and May now take an even firmer stand that Japan s actions in Manchuria Are con Cern of the league of nations. It is believed the new japanese instructions insist that the following Points be accepted if the league wants Japan to accept conciliation that the proposed committee of filiation should consist of Only five to seven members. That this committee should not in. Terpene directly in the sino japanese conversations dirt should simply give assistance when necessary. That All references to the nonrecognition of Manchukuo the new state Japan has established in Man Churia be excluded from both the speech of m. Hymans chairman of the committee of Nineteen and from the recommendations which that com Mittee is preparing for the league Assembly. That non members of the league America and Russia could be invited to take Dart in the committee s deliberations provided the first three. Points Are accepted. The committee of Nineteen had previously decided to meet Japan by abandoning its suggestion to invite America and Russia to the discussions provided Japan would accept the other clauses of the committee s proposed Resolution. These clauses included the Folio Wing declarations that the provisions of the league covenant the Kellogg pact and the. Nine Power treaty must be a conciliation commission should be appointed to conduct in conjunction with Japan and China negotiations for a settlement of the manchurian dispute on the basis of chapter 9 of the Lytton commission s report. That neither a Mere return to 1he conditions in Manchuria before Japan s seizure of the country in september 1931, nor the maintenance and recognition of the present regime there would provide a durable solution of the Dis Pute. After a Tong session the committee of Nineteen adjourned its discussion until tomorrow afternoon. Still another Day to give Japan time to consolidate its crib on Manchuria and prepare to invade further territory said a chinese Delegate despairingly. League has Power says newspaper Manchester guardian service lox Dox. Sunday. The league of nations could take effective economic action to make Japan obey its rulings if the other league members would loyally support it. Ear. The Manchester guar Dian apart of Gojii the fact that Japan cannot leave the league without Rivine two Vears notice Althou Aii she could be expelled Japan would 1101 be Able to defy the rest of the world for Long. Already Japan s economic and financial situation is difficult. If other league members and America prohibited the Export of munitions and refused Loans to Japan it would be impossible for her to maintain her resist Ance to the league rulings. Japan abandoned the Gold Standard in 1931, says the article. Since then the yen has depreciated and is now nearly 60 per cent below Par. Increased military expenditure in Man Churia Relief for unemployed and a unbalanced budget have necessitated Loans of 400 million yen about 40 million Pound at Par and the utilisation of the postal 6avings account of 300 millions. But by june these will be inadequate and the next step will probably be indirect inflation by Treasury Bonds. Then the government May be forced to a policy of direct controlled inflation by Bank advances which could be defended by the example of France from 1923 to 1928. But it is doubtful if Japan is Strong enough to follow France s example or could withstand a currency collapse like Germany s. Reid Jon but 17 Iun Debs St bet. Adelaide. Between . 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