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Adelaide Mail (Newspaper) - July 4, 1936, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia i ? ? a ? Midi postage rate i this paper a / i within the com a i f m v i Mon wealth. New \ i Jtj i zealand Fiji i vi t e d kingdom Scotland s it a � j. France or America a list or British is sessions is two Rah by . Or foreign ?unmmul.,.n.,.l.hnnnn.m.h,�.,.,nil,.l. I four Pence. I Lippi i Tobago Large Ping Tor up Iff v Light i is Price Quality a Rya a sole Mcornell limited. Adelaide la w we everybody needs this biggest Money saving remedy for coughs colds croup bronchitis influenza. Etc. Your family is Safe from the a . Danger of neglected colds Throat Jisi hand Chest complaints when 700 Mim mag keep Reenzo the Home for 0x ? Khe Enzo is by far the most effect i met. Tive reliable economical i a i Vapsi cough remedy known. If Pii a Chi a. Read what a Well known user a. ? a ? y Chi says a i miss eely Northe do a late of Eunice Western school $t-s�.i?4 pm Melbourne now Danseuse js8� ? ? ? Ballet mistress of the Imperial % & ballroom school 163 King Street la Sydney writes several Siffor occasions i have contracted colds so due to dancing draughty Halls rehearsal rooms but of to c namely Yoor Reenzo has always % proved a sure speedy remedy. ? like so Many others whose pro sgd la sessions demand a Freedom from my. Coughs colds. I consider Obi i Reenzo absolute necessity Etc think \ bbb i 1 cough a pfc Fzli equal to who go Ordinary w e3jobottles Wor i Wjk Colight contain. Instant i costs 2/ a Centenary lord mayor scores by margin of 1,653 votes tribute by or. Holden by a majority of 1,653 votes the lord mayor or. Cain Defeated or. E. W. Holden ., for the lord mayoralty of Adelaide the municipal elections today. Or. Cain secured 3,766 votes or. Holden 2,113. All the.c. Nominees were re turned none of the sit Ting members of the Council lost their seats. Or. Cain was elected lord mayor december 1933. After having served As acting lord mayor for several months 1932. He secured a majority of 1.775 votes the 1933 election Vas returned unopposed at the last election. For today s elections there were 5.800 voters the Roll compared Vith 14,100 at the previous mayoral election. Or. Holden was a councillor for Young Ward from december 1925, until december 1927, when he re tired. He returned to the Council As Alderman july 1935. Before the poll was declared or. Holden the Defeated candidate for the lord mayoralty privately congratulated or. Cain. Results of the poll were mayoralty 15,800 Roll. J. R. Cain 3,766 elected e. W. Holden 2,113 informal 120. Aldermen 15,800 Roll. E. Burdall.c.3,672 elected Ald. Sir John Lavington Bonython cd 4,669 elected s. R. Whit Ford tend1,817 informal 321. Am Man extraordinary vacancy. T. H grundy.cjl.2,739 elec i Ted g. W. Niin Worth ind1,379 informal. 393. Councillors Hindmarsh Ward. Or. Arnold Wight Bayley sims.cx,.reelected unopposed. Gawker Ward ,ot9 or. James Campbell irwin.c.790 elec Ted or. Michael Joseph Murphy air299 informal 37. Grey Ward 2,746 or. Ernest William James Peet ind628, elec Ted. Or. Thomas Patrick Howard my adj489. Informal. 59. Young Ward 3,049 or. Arthur Campbell Rymill sci460 ejected or. Robert Alexander Dale. My. Air447 or. Charles Gordon Jones ind173. Informal 78. Bobe Ward 1,332 or. Arthur George barrett.ci.313 elected or. William White ind121. Informal. 32. Macdonnell Ward 1,783. Or. Charles John glover.ci,. 384 elected or. Walter Vernon Wil son . 199. Informal. 14. Narrow win or. S. R. Whitford ., the inde pendent candidate was beaten by both Alderman sir Lavington Bonython Alderman Bendamin the election to fill the two Ordinary Aldermani vacancies or. T. H. Grundy won the extra Ordinary Aldermani vacancy against or. G. W. Niin Worth by a substantial margin. Tong Ward where or. A. C. Rymill was opposed by or. Dale mj�., the labor candidate or. C. G. Jones Independent provided the closest contest. Or. Rymill secured 460 votes or. Dale 447, the councillor retaining his seat by 13 votes. Labor was beaten by the sitting councillors All the four wards con tested. The town Hall was almost filled about 9.40 . When the poll was i declared by the returning officer Aid. Prosser. Or. Cain was greeted with cheers when successful unsuccessful candidates appeared the plat form. A Section of the crowd including women became noisy when the vote totals the lord mayoral election were read out. the returning officer had to Appeal for order. Stirs things up or. Cain said he was very proud of his Victory. He looked Forward eagerly to holding office for the remainder of the Centenary period. He wished to thank his very nume Rous friends for the splendid work they had done his behalf the citizens for the renewed Confidence they had shown. Or. Cain received Many congratulations from friends at the town Hall. Or. Holden congratulated or. Cain saying that the lord mayor had been too Strong for him. He trusted that or. Cain would have a Happy successful year. I think it is a Good thing to have election now again he said for it stirs things up creates Terest municipal affairs. This is shown by the Large audience Here to night suburban country results Page 8. The lord mayor or. J. R. Cai who has been re elected for a further term. To further Daloja berths 9 hours late through having encountered Strong head winds rough seas the trip across the bight the p. & o. Mail Steamer Daloja was nine hours behind time when it berthed at outer Harbor late Liis Atie noon. Passengers reported that the trip was rough right from Colombo. the bight big seas frequently crashed the main deck of the ship. The liner behaved magnificently damage j was done. Projected cuts Federal taxation Canberra saturday a reduction of sales tax by 1 per cent will be the main feature of the tax remissions promised for the 1936-7 Federal budget. This will involve a nominal Revenue loss of �1,900,000, including 1125 Foo South Australia. Public servants will Benefit by the removal of most of the remaining salary cuts with a Promise that these will entirely disappear 1937-8. Remission of petrol taxation is a possibility although it is not Likely. Cabinet when if settles Down to a discussion of the budget proposals will consider requests by motor other interests for some Relief from the heavy taxation Burden imposed this form of transport. A Penny a gallon off the petrol duties would mean a Revenue less of about �800.000. There must be some remission of primate British goods to Honor obligations under the Ottawa agree ment it is provided that this impost British goods must be removed a. Soon As the financial position of the Commonwealth permits. Apart from some miscellaneous Revenue taxation concessions the 1936-7 budget is Likely to be disappointing from the taxpayers Point of View. There will be reduction direct taxation according to present plans. Additional defence needs the reason which will be Given for a restricted programme of tax Remis Sions will be the need for additional defence expenditure the 17 Mil lion pounds of deficits accumulated during the depression which has still to be paid off. There will be general reduction of postal charges notwithstanding the huge profits made by this department during recent years. 1933-4 customs excise yielded �34,254,000, compared with �37,869,000 1934-5, with �41,437,000 the year just ended increase of More than seven millions since june 1934. These figures have important re lation to the general Trade balance position show that unless there is some Check imports the new fiscal year London credits will be severely strained. Taxation the last three financial years has increased by �7,209,000, which is almost exactly the amount of today Guinea smile the Man whose face is enclosed the Circle has been adjudged the Winner of today �1/1/ for the jollies express a if he will Call at the front counts news Ltd. Building North Terrace he will be rewarded for his cheerfulness. This picture was taken at the Adelaide Oval this afternoon but our staff photographers will he looking everywhere saturday aft f sons for the jollies expression. Watch out for them next week Don t forget to smile. The increase customs excise Revenue. The Commonwealth govern ment is taking More from taxpayers spending More than before the de pression. A feature of the 1935-6 accounts was the excess expenditure of �1,456,690, compared with the estimate. Had expenditure been kept within the Esti mate the surplus would have been five millions. 1935-6 the Commonwealth provided �1,800,000 for wheat Relief of which �600,000 came out of general Revenue. View of the Rise the Price of wheat this provision May be unnecessary 1936-7, so More than �500.000 will be released available for general tax reduction. . S activities for Barley growers or. Baden Pattinson . L.c.p., Yorke s Peninsula visited his electorate today to Confer with representatives of the Barley growers the siting that has Arisen following the termination of the trading agreement Between Australia Belgium. Soon after his return to Adelaide to Morrow he will leave the express a hurried visit to Melbourne where he will interview the victorian registrar of companies. He will be Back time for the resumption of Parlia ment tuesday. Races trots football to Aid fund for widows orphans proposed Extension of Anzac Day sports a Strong move to provide a race meeting league football matches trotting the afternoon evening of Anzac Day at the same time to raise Money for the r.s. Sailors soldiers distress fund is being made Adelaide. Phe movement is Hea ded by Lieut. X col w. F. J. Mccann himself Anzac. Who has already placed his plans before the Anzac Day celebrations committee of the league. Col. Mccann was at the Landing at Gallipoli As a sergeant the 10th battalion. He holds the d.s.o., o.b.e., . Deco rations was president of the league Tor six years. Outlining his plans today he said that he would like to see a race meet league football matches held the afternoon of future Anzac Days All profits to go to the distress fund. He would like the trotting association to run a meeting the evening for the same purpose. Col. Mccann said he had been prompted to take this step by the urgent need to help the hundreds of widows orphans who hitherto had been receiving assistance from the South australian soldiers fund. Fund nearly exhausted this fund would be exhausted this year the . Distress fund had been launched to take its place. The widows orphans could not get assistance from the Commonwealth government because their husbands fathers had not died As a result of War injuries Money was urgently needed to help them. I feel that something must be done to assist these widows orphans. I have Given the problem Long serious consideration i feel certain that the extra sports Anzac Day would solve it he said. If of the widows orphans Are left want surely that would be a grave reflection the spirit of Anzac col Mccann made it Clear that he did not favor loosening is the strict solemn. Observance of Anzac Day the morning. So keen is lie that the morning should be entirely devoted to reverent remembrance of the fallen that be is advocating that hotels should not open until noon Anzac Day. The acting president of the league major w. S. Hoskin who is also chairman of the Anzac Day celebrations committee said that the com Mittee had made decision yet col. Mccann s suggestion. He emphasised that major change the Observance of the Day was contemplated. As col. Mccarr desired it would remain up to noon a Day of remembrance for those who had fallen after noon a Day of rejoicing for those who had been spared. We believe that diggers the Public Are satisfied with this Mode of Observance said major Hosking. But we Are prepared to Limber up a Little the afternoon sport. However we will continue to object strongly to sports that will enable private persons or bodies to Capitalise the Day make a profit out of it supporters of col. Mccann s move feel that addition to raising Money for the Dis Tress fund the extra sports will be a Boon 10 the thou Sands of returned men who gather Adelaide for Anzac Day. Or. R. T. Elliott a member of the Anzac Day celebrations committee said that just after the War the diggers col. Mccann used to attend the battalion football matches the Adelaide Oval the afternoon of Anzac Day. When these matches were discontinued their place was taken by the military sports but these did not at tract All the diggers. Consequently Many of them especially country dig Gers who were town had nothing to do the afternoon. He said he strongly favored the provision of More sports. When this motor Cas Crabbe d through the guard Fence at the Devil s Elbow late today three occupants were slightly injured. It was ? driven by Bernardo Rech of Hindley Street Adelaide. Cas at the today occur Delaide. Australians bad Art taste visitor critical people a Ngiam continent have a very poor opinion of australian culture according to or. R. Barnett a partner Barnetts Ltd., of London new York who is trav Elling to new zealand toe Xoa Ioja which berthed at outer Harbor today. It was generally believed that new zealand people had More culture artistic appreciation. This it was con tended was borne out by the fact that the australian government put exorbitant tax of 20 per cent imported paintings while new Zea land the tax was never higher than �5 picture. Australia a �50,000 masterpiece would Cost �10,000 to import. new zealand he had orders for 140 paintings or. Barnett said but he did not expect to sell austra Lia partly because of the tax partly because there was higher Conception of Art Here. The Adelaide Art gallery even the Sydney were unheard of overseas Only the Melbourne Art gallery haying overseas reputation he said. There was a demand Here Only for cheap Watercolours. There was a far greater de Mand for Good pictures South Africa. Brawl after shots fired player injured Sydney saturday. The brawling of 200 rival bar Rackers which held up the game sent a player to Hospital the ricocheting of bullets that fell among the crowd sensationally marked a football match at Trumper Park this afternoon. Pandemonium broke Loose among 2,000 spectators the fourth Quarter of australian rules match Between Eastern suburbs Newtown. New town had gained a Good Lead but Eastern suburbs rallied the crowd went wild with excitement. Rival bar Rackers tried to yell each other Down. Feelings ran High the Exchange of a few blows began heated argument Between about 200 men women. Soon there were brawling groups a dozen places some climbed the fences to the Field to continue the fight. Players were attacked the game was stopped. S. Poole of the footballers was struck heavily had to be taken to st. Vincent s Hospital for treatment. Constable Pegler of Paddington was the Only policeman duty. He went among the brawlers quelled group after group of fighters. Earlier the match the play was punctuated by the sounds of shots. Four boys the police say were firing at the Park Fence with a Rifle. Some of the bullets ricocheted off the Fence the flattened lumps of Lead fell among the crowd. Fortunately was hit. Subdividing state 39 areas presenting its completed scheme for the state into 39 member electorates for the House of Assembly the special Index endear commit top claims that it has paid due regard to the question of maintaining Community of interest. the following list of locality or District names approximate idea is riven of where the new electoral areas will be metropolitan 13 Adelaide City Goodwood proper Cue Nelc North Adelaide Rinley Prospect Mitcham port Adelaide Norwood semaphore Burn de had Mars st Peters country 26 Urban confined Rural cont largely to torn encounter Bay areas gum Eracha mount Gambier Woodside Murray Bridge Light takes Gawker two Wells Wallaroo includes was Leys Moonta. Kadota Annaston port Pirie Balaklava port Augusta Kaunda Peterborough Yorke s Peninsula port Lincoln Gladstone Clare Rural Burra South East District upper far excluding mount North pastoral Gambier areas Renmark Streaky Bay takes neighbouring River rest of present settlements Flinders elector Pinnaroo Mur ate after exclude Ray Mallee port Lincoln mount Barker neighbouring Onka paring West coast centres Many of the names used the above list to indicate localities will be retained As names for the new Electo rates. The question of naming the areas has been left largely to the discretion of the Premier or. Butler who de sires doing so to preserve names with historical sentimental interest to the state. determining boundaries. The com Mittee worked quotas 15,000 elec tors for City electorates 5,000 for the country. It allowed a margin of 20 per cent either Way but so skilfully has the task been performed that the variations Are comparatively slight. Continued Page 2 -. Tomorrow s weather the metropolitan area ? should be chiefly Fine Cool said the government meteorologist or. Bromley to night. I the disturbance which had brought rain Over the settled areas j had passed he said the weather was improving. How Ever cold winds were Likely to Morrow j Stop press port Road smash following a collision Between a motor car a tramways bus at port Road Southwark at 10 . A woman who gave her name As mrs. Alice Moyer was admitted to the Adelaide Hospital suffering from extensive severe cuts to the face neck. Ginger s Fame spreads a message from London states that Jim Bancks the creator of Ginger Meggs the typical Small Bov who is such a favorite with readers of the mail both Young not so Young has sold the rights of the comic strip which Ginger s adventures Are pictured to United features United states. The Sale was Nade immediate 1 after the strip had speared the Endon sunday Refe use this paper describes Bancks As i the highest paid Black White j artist the Empire. It is expected that Ginger will shortly Delight youngsters Berlin other european Capi tals As Well As australians. Car room family at dinner misses baby Sydney saturday. As the Barker family was sit Ting Down to dinner at their Home Darling Street Balmain shortly after 6 pan. Tonight a runaway car crashed through the Wall came to a Stop the dining room. Mrs. Helen Barker 41, who was knocked Semi conscious was taken by ambulance to bal Maui Hospital suf Fering from Shock. She was admitted for observation. Or. John Tatham of Waterview Street Balmain had parked his car at the top of a Steep Hill Darling Street he had left it Only two min utes when it suddenly started gathering momentum its 100 Yards run mounted the Footpath narrowly missed electric Ligpit Ptole . Bumping across some vacant land plunged through the Side of the Weatherboard dwelling. Or. mrs. Barker their three Chil Dren father Law were seated round the Din room table. The baby was playing the floor. As the car smashed its Way through the Wall it narrowly missed the baby struck a Gas stove which spun round knocked mrs. Barker underneath the table. The car also smashed a Side Board did other damage. The police drove the car. Which was Only slightly damaged out of the wreckage. Motor crashes through Fence two men a Young woman a youth a boy escaped serious injury when a motor car which they were travel Ling to tailed Bend ran 50 it. Down a Gully off the mount Barker Road at the Nevil s Elbow late today. They were Bernardo Rech plasterer. Of Hindley Street City Driver of the car uninjured. Ernest Schievenin 29, Salesman of Hindley Street slight injury to left Arm. Christiana Pangracio 17, Hairdresser treated at the Adelaide Hospital for abrasions to the nose. Basso Raetano 9, tooth knocked through upper lip treated at Chil Dren s Hospital. Maria Pangrazio 21, sister of Chris Tiana slight Shock. The car skidded the Greasy Road at the third Bend of the Devil s Elbow crashed through the guard Fence. When nearly at the Bottom of the Gully the car passed Over a Stone re Taining Wall involving a drop of 2 it. 6 in. The vehicle finished its wheels with its front bumper bar buried Earth Bank. The injured members of the party were taken to Adelaide by passing motorists. Motor traffic constables Robertson coopt made inquiries

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