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Adelaide Mail (Newspaper) - January 25, 1936, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia ? 1 Clipper tobacco Large Plungi for pipe smoker Light and dare Price and Quality Sulu everybody sole agents Cornell limited. Adelaide bad Luck dogs mail boat one dead 2 in Hospital Sydney saturday. Bad Luck dogged the Crew of the p. Liner Nar Kunda today when in a series of Acci dents a Lasear Seaman was Kinlea a refrigerator Engineer broke several ribs and a Man broke an Arm. Ryphe Nar Kunda which was berthed at Jones Bay. Left on schedule at 6 . For Brisbane. Teh Lasear and the Engineer were injured in Falls Down the ship s hold. John Keats of Glasgow first refrigerator Engineer was descending the bold on a ladder to Check the temperature when he lost his balance and fell. While Keats was being rescued a Lasear Seaman brim Darwood 52. Was struck by a Hatch beam and fell Down the hold suffering extensive head injuries. Slings were used to bring the injured men from the hold and on to the wharf. An ambulance rushed them to the Sydney Hospital where the Lasear died shortly after admission. A Little later the ambulance was again called to the same we of. Horace Faulkner Seaman from the Nar Kunda. Had slipped on the wharf and broken an Arm in two places. He also was admitted to the Sydney Hospital. Africans v. The leg trap Johannesburg saturday. At tempts to conquer o Reilly s leg trap were features of the opening play to Day Between Australia and Transvaal. Whom critics expected to Check the touring team s unbroken record. Coen ignored the danger of the leg trap As soon As o Reilly began bowl ing and slammed two deliveries to the Boundary. It was thereafter removed for him but retained for Rowan. O Reilly got Coen eventually with an orthodox Ball. Then the leg trap came into its own again and Rowan and Grieveson were both caught at silly leg by Richardson. Just before lunch Mitchell set about mastering it again and twice reached the Fence. Transvaal first inning Bens Man. It com. I.b.w., b. Chewy ? � 39 s Kewman e. Richardson b. O real la ? 82 Foj t Bra icon not oat ? u Carlr Resoso. C Stehm Edsaa b. A Keillor ? 0 t Mitchell not oat ? it three wicked f a. 91 Appeal question in Hayes Case Melbourne saturday. It will probably be a week before archbishop head reaches a decision on the request by the Rev. H. E. E. Hayes and his Legal advisers yesterday for a new trial on a charge of false doctrine the registrar of the diocese or. Mac Dermott said today. He added that no arrangements would be made to Call together the ecclesiastical court which had found or. Hayes guilty. The court recommended that if or. Hayes did not resign before january 20 he should be removed from his Parish. In the event of his request for a new trial being refused the archbishop has the discretion of confirming the court s recommendation or reducing it. Discovery Home soon Melbourne saturday. Latest advices received by the Federal government from the Captain of the discovery h. Lieut. Hill. indicate that she will be leaving the Antarctic immediately and will be in Melbourne Between february 10 and 15. The vessel will steam direct to Melbourne. The exact Date of her arrival will depend on the time she will be Able to get ont of the ice pack and the subsequent weather. Lincoln Ellsworth the rescued american explorer is expected to be in the vessel on her arrival Here. Light cast on team for olympiad cycling aces at Payne am by j. J. Maher As a result of the cycling Champion ships at Payne am Oval tonight i believe that Dune Gray Peth Bridee tas Johnson Vic track riders and Chris. Wheeler Vic Winner of the olym Pic Road test will be recommended for inclusion in the australian team for Berlin. There was a hostile demonstration and cries of run it off again when Phil Thomas . Was Defeated by inches by s. Parsons Many considered that Thomas had won. The racing All night had been staged on Continental lines which provided colourful and exciting racing. E. L. Dune Gray .the olympic and Emp iad 1,000 metres two trial Champion and Horrie Pethybridge the All round Champion of that state stood out in the preliminary heats of the 1,000 metres time trial while Phil Thomas austra Lian half mile Champion outpaced and out sprinted the victorian Champion Les. Foster. South australian Stan heritage created a sensation by defeating the victorian 17-year-old giant. Jack Mun Day. In the first heat of the australian Junior championship. Munday appeared to take his rival too cheaply with the result that Heri Tage who is most versatile got a Good leg in for the title. The highlight in the Semi final was provided by Gray who proved too wily for Chris. Wheeler Vic. Stalling off a late Challenge he secured a length and a half verdict. He covered the last Furlong in 14 Sec which time was bettered in 3-5 Sec. In the second Semi final by Horrie Pethybridge who is making a bold bid for selection for the olympic games in Berlin. Shorter hours inquiry soon Canberra. Saturday. The prime minister or. Lyons said today that Cabinet would Complete arrangements for the inquiry into a Shorter working week Feiore we Worney Teneria or. Menzies left for England on february 18. It is understood that in selecting the personnel the government will try to choose persons with an open mind on1 the subject. The Commonwealth has called the conference to discuss hours in Indus try in accordance with one of the recommendations contained in reports j i submitted said the parliamentary under Secreta for re employment sir Frederick Stewart in Sydney to a Day. ? i new handicapper Melbourne. Saturday from nearly 50 applicants. Mooney Valley Racine club has selected or. G. A. Davis As its handicapper at a salary of �750 a year. Impressive pageantry at National games Champion athletes from All states ovation for relay runners South Australia s Centenary celebrations were worthily inaugurated at the Adelaide Oval this afternoon with appropriate dignity and pageantry. Five Hundred athletes drawn from every state of the Commonwealth assembled at the Oval for the National games the first official Cen Tenary fixture. Ryphe spirit of ancient Olympia and something of its fabled glory were revived in the ceremony. Led by a band and Standard bearers 1 the Cream of Australia s athletic youth entered the Oval by the Eastern Gate. Marching alone and at the head of the teams was miss Clare Dennis olym Pic Champion swimmer. Then followed the various teams. Western Australia taking the marching honors by the uniformity of their dress and by the Way in which their Small team was dismayed to Best advantage. It was an show that the athletes made As they trooped round the Arena to the cheering or the thousands that had assembled in the Oval Stan Sand on the Mounds. Reference to the death of his a Jesty King George v. Was made by the president of the National games com Mittee or. A. G. Fenne who de. Cleared the games opened and also by or. S. J. Jacobs who represented the Centenary executive. Black armbands were worn by the athletes. I Marathon runners j solemnity was added to the proceed Ings by the singing by a massed choir of 1,000 voices and a massed band. The whole assemblage stood to Atten Tion when the National Anthem con ducted by or. Harold Parsons was Sung. I during the singing of the song of Australia conducted by or. O. Finlayson there was a Buzz of excite ment in the crowd As the arrival of the Marathon runners who had run from Melbourne was heralded. Right on the tick of time the 22 dust covered travel stained runners threaded their prowess read the olympic prayer. The choir and band conducted by or. Wil Liam Cade then burst into an exultant rendition of Elgar s land or Hope and glory the Sun shone on a Bright scene. The australian olympic Flag which the team will take to the Berlin games fluttered in a gentle Breeze non Clare Dennis stepped on to the Rostrum to take the oath of amateurism. Incl a decisive tones the Young Emmer uttered the simple impressive words of the oath and the assembled ranks of athletes behind her Rais a their right hands signifying their faithfulness to the ideals of Amateur sport. Another ceremony reminding the athletes of the approaching inter National Berlin meeting was the Light ing of the games ? flame. Kipling s recessional was then Sunc by the choir. The athletes marched off the Arena and the National games had begun. The entire ceremony was performed without a hitch. It was a masterpiece of organisation and a Triumph for the energetic games organiser or. W. Mackay. The crowd grew steadily during the afternoon and when the first event was run the stands were Well filled. It was an enthusiastic crowd too that watched the athletes Battle for Supre Macy. The games lived up to the sign which Hung from the main score Board. The important thing in the olympic games is not to win but to take part. The essential thing is not to have conquered but to have fought Well final scene in relay the final scene in the relay from Mel Bourne was enacted in a dressing room under the members stand at the Oval. Runners who had gone proudly round the Arena slumped a Little As they entered the room but after a few minutes under cold showers Many declared with a smile that they were ready to run Back to Melbourne immediately. Sticking plaster which had assisted feet to withstand the merciless Pound ing of the hard roads and Bush tracks ? was removed after the showers. As he left the dressing room one of. The runners remarked i feel All right now. But i shall not object to having breakfast in bed tomorrow j description of Field events and j results on Page 7. ? pictorial record of the opening ceremony of the 1936 National games in Hie Adelaide Oral this afternoon. Top left a eneral View of Hie competing teams lined of before the dais at Clara Dennic right takes the c oath of amateurism. Beneath left the release of 1,000 pigeons. Centre the 1/&00 voices choir and right the games Padra the Rev. C. J. Perry recites the games prayer. Paving the Way begins Story for All to read Start it now Only a Pioneer who lived in thew colonial Era with its color Romance and hardship could make the past live Arain As Simmon Newland did when he wrote his epic narrative of the Early Days. Pavin the Way today in its illustrated Magazine Sec Tion the mail offers its readers the first instalment of that splendid Story in a Page and a half of Reading matter. For us to whom the Corong is a Sand Girt stretch of water that offers excellent Duck shooting in season Simpson Newland s account of the wreck of the tiny Emigrant ship Mary with which the Story opens will come As a revelation of the human interest which underlies every Rich of the soil we walk upon. When Daylight appeared he wrote it showed those who still survived a Long line of san Hills fringing a Broad unbroken strip of surf towards which they were directly heading. They could distinctly hear the Thunder of the Waves As they beat upon the Shore. Each Eye was strained to find some opening in that dread line of tossing foam but in vain far As sight could reach the same inhospitable repellent foreshore extended thus the Corong appeared to a group of anxious souls aboard the storm battered. Vessel and week by week As the engrossing plot of paving the Way unfolds in the mail readers will find a multitude of Simi. A passages act Erterous. Humorous pathetic that will awaken to a new life a Countryside so Well known now a a to have become almost prosaic. Every South australian who prides himself on the splendid development of his state should read paving the Way both for its historic and its dra Ira tic interest. Begin then at the beginning in tonight s mail and Fol Low this gripping Story to its conclusion. Man arrested on Cheque charge Lawtence Vivian Fairhall. Aged 22. Whom the police allege had told Busi Ness people that he was a Tennis writer visiting Adelaide from new South Wales for the Tennis championships this week was arrested by detectives Correll. Mcgrath. And Packman today j the police allege that he is not a sporting writer. They say that they have received complaints about cheques allegedly drawn by a Man who. Had been staying at a leading hotel., where he was arrested. At the City watch House Fairhall was charged with having passed valueless cheques. He will appear in the Ade Laide police court probably on monday. Brigade rescues girls in factory Sydney saturday. Locked in a factory in Sussex Street City from j noon until 5 two girl employees were rescued by the fire brigade. ? the girls finding the factory closed for the week end when they were up stairs telephoned the manager. He was away from Home and the waited until they could get him on the phone to Tell him of their plight. When fire Headquarters were in formed a Crew took a lorry with a Seal ins ladder to the factory. Firemen entered through a first floor window and let the girls out through the front roller doors. Then they locked the doors and climbed Back through the window on to the ladder. Way through the throng of people who had awaited their arrival in King Wil Liam Road and entered the Eastern Gate. The crowd Rose to its feet and cheered As the men sprinted round the track. In the athletes hands blazed torches typical of the blaring real of Amateur athletics and the spirit of youth. The athletes brought with them an Olive Branch significant of the spirit of Goodwill from the athletes of Victoria to the games and also despatches from victorian bodies. Hushed for prayer cheers and deafening applause j greeted the runners when they formed i up in front of the official dais. The traditional olympic hymn conducted by or. John Dempster was Sung by the choir and 1.000 pigeons fluttered free from their Cage in the Centre of the ground. Gracefully the Birds wheeled Over the Oval. Again the Croud was hushed As the j names padre Rev. C. J. Perry him self noted at one time for his athletic Victoria won most events a Ictoria gained the most successes in the championship events of the National games decided this afternoon. Sooth Australia won its first games title Ana gained six seconds and three thirds. The placed performances in the championship events were 1st 2nd 3rd Victoria ? 5 5 3 new South Wales 4 South Australia .1 6 5 Queensland. 1 1 2 Western Australia 1 1 pedestrian and cyclist injured in a collision Between a push cyclist and a pedestrian in King William Road near the government printing office tonight Bot Here badly Hurt. Thev were taken in a police ambulance to the Adelaide Hospital and admitted. The pedestrian is believed to be miss Lillie Buckerfield about 36, of Gawler South. She sustained a fractured Cla Vicle and a Black Eye. The cyclist. Jack Welsh 19, Royal Avenue. City unemployed is suffering from concussion and severe lacerations to the face. Welsh was Riding North and miss Buckerfield was walking from the East Ern Footpath across King William Road towards the railway station when the Accident occurred. Constable Radcliffe is making in quiries. Chiefly Fine is forecast chiefly flue is the forecast for the week end Given by the government meteorologist or. Bromley late tonight. Tomorrow s weather should be warm to hot and sultry he said. Rising temperatures May occur with Easterly and later breezes. From prevent indications there seems to be no reason Why the Fine hot weather should not extend Over the Holiday Man Dies from mystery injuries Melbourne saturday. Believed to have been injured in a Brawl or a vicious attack James Taylor Middle seed of diet Street. Collinewood. Was admitted to the Royal Melbourne hos Pital at 7.45 tonight suffering from extensive lacerations and Shock. He died shortly after 9 . Taylor was rushed by private car to the Hospital from a place in Hoddle Street Richmond. Senior detectives Are making inquiries. Stop press l african Cricket Transvaal Briscoe c. Chipper fled b. Mccormick. 21 Mitchell not out 19. Four for 102. Motor Rome results midget car scratch race Bert Woodman d. Ekins Bud Stanley. Championship scratch race Alby Taylor Les Gregory. Time 151 1-5. National cycling 1,000 metres championship. Semi finals Gray d. Johnson. J Parsons d. Pethybridge. J final round first trial Par j sons . D. Gray second trial. Gray nj5.w. D j Parsons j half mile open Handicap. Final Yuille Vic heading .-. Short won by two j yes. 2 min. 1 Sec. J Bayville trotting Stuart Handicap. Dudley i Lulu 3 1 win. 12 6 place 4/6i 1 guardsman 3 i 3/2 Ivan s child 2, a 2 63. Fisher Handicap. Smoky Globe 5 to 4 on win. 3/6 place. 2/3.1 Don Lawn -7 1 5/2 Marin up 12/1 10/33. J i =7-0., urge hand made garment. The 1/ i Freedom to select a 1/ h w wanted fabric from a 1 is luxurious and extensive Vilaj collection of patterns the us ii unique satisfaction that comes huh 11 h with a studied Choice of Mode a h i and style the privilege of Vav la 8 directing the execution of Small Ujj details that make for Complete individual i satisfaction these Are a few of the Many considerations that make Ingerson clothes the Choice of thousands of discriminating i men everywhere. Inger Soke 52 40305 of Jitiam to. Adelaide. Cen Feol 2787 Ujj changes in plans for the week end following the cancellation of ther Public Holiday on tuesday Many alterations of arrangements have been made by sporting and business organisations and Public services., in urn and memorial assemblies have not been i affected greatly. A summary or final arrangements for j tomorrow monday end tuesday is As. Follows j. Sunday. Special services in churches ? to commemorate the reign of the late i King. Appropriate programmes of an lems solos prayers and sermons. A citizens Centenary service combined with special references to the King and Royal family will be held in the Stow memorial Church Adelaide in the evening. This Church was founded 99 years . District and Junior Cricket. Australian Tennis championships at memorial drive swimming at Henley j and semaphore yachting at Henley tools singles championships rowing re j Gatta at magnum National games ath Letic events Adelaide Oval boxing and j wrestling in town Hail at night cycling it Payne am Oval motor cycling at Bellick s Beach. Tuesday Ordinary week Day ser a Dees for letters and mails tramways. Ind railways. Banks and business houses in Adelaide to be opened. Deli veries by Bakers butchers dairymen and other tradesmen. Hotels to close from 11 . To 12.15 pin. As Token of respect to late King. Recommendation that service stations should close at noon has been withdrawn by the chamber of automobile services. Abattoirs sales and City markets to be held. Cancellation of Holiday will not interfere with plans for memorial ser vices. An official service will be held at St. Peter s Cathedral at 11 an. At noon there will be a suspension of All school lessons transport services Ami k. Of that two minutes silence stay be observed throughout the state two Hurt in Sidecar race Turt Long High in the air As a their machine capsized on the Southern Bend Art the Camden motor Rome tonight Jack Cantlon and his passenger in the second heat of the Sidecar Handicap were Flung unconscious on to the track. They were carried on stretchers to the casualty room where a medi Cal examination revealed that neither was seriously Hurt

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