Adelaide Mail in Adelaide, South-Australia 8 Jul 1933
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Adelaide Mail (Newspaper) - July 8, 1933, Adelaide, South Australia
National Library of Australia witty words Dou prizes lit prize. �30 3rd prize �2 10 2nd prize �7 10 10 prizes of 10/ a. �5 special prize for most entries. In no. 5 witty words contest this week � so in Cash prizes is offered More than double that of the previous contests and an interest ing Chance has been made. A simple thought of yours neatly compressed into 1, t. 3. Or i words May win you one of the big Cash prizes provided it has some Apt bearing of one of the two following phrases 1. Bridegroom does t arrive. 2. Gay Oij dog. 1 will lie noted that answers do not need now to Bejin with i a same initial letters As the phrases. The contest is wonderful fun and simplicity itself. For instance no. 1 phrase would give you to taped of a Collar stud matchmakers foiled Etc., while for no. 2 you could say eighty not out Monkey Clouds Etc. Here Are some of the entries already received which must not be copied no. I. Began aisle altar hymn seeing double. Staying single sleeping partner Best Man carried on thinks altar Means Halter. And 2. Old but Young ideas solves leg theory tells wife he works hot on the scant full of Good spirits still sparking of six. The Entrance fee remains at Urt. Minimum for two answers. Both May be about the one phrase if you prefer it. Every extra two answers Cost 6d. Set to now and try for that �30 those seeking the �5 special prize for the most entries received from any Ojjeh entrant \ must attach a letter of claim to each Batch of entries. Full prize Money of �50 is held by the Secretary the advertiser judge or. S. Talbot Smith who has no j interest in the contest. Write entries in Ink j an Plain paper with name and address and enclose in sealed envelope with postal note or Stamps for entry fee. A entries will be care fully studied. Lodge Cash entries in Box at Lawrence s tobacco store or. Bundle and King William streets. Please note. Entries and Cash lodged a this Box must be in sealed envelope. They Wilt not be accepted Over the counter. Post or deliver to witty words contest. 207 edme Nis buildings 2nd floor bundle Street Adelaide entries close 8 . Wednesday july to the. Of first Post thursday. A Fults in the sews july 14, and advertiser Juv 13. Prizes no. 4 contest the judge or. S. Talbot Smith has allotted the prizes in the fourth witty words contest As follow / 1st �15. Or. M. S. Lee. 153 Fisher Reet. Enley Davis cup dethroned Cricket. Five 10/ prizes. Or. J. Murray. 3 Bay Road. Golf land Glenelg Mother in Law arrives Mussolini aped l. Dickson 1 Ber Nile Avenue. North Kensington mine s alright mrs. C. Ellis. 50 Avenue Road Clarence Park policeman rubbed pickpocket Refe rence Ronald Hardy. 241a Daley Road. Unley proud robber miss a. Dugard 08, Monmouth Street Westbourne Park Davis cup a shins Crow eaters. Ten 5/ prizes. Miss m. Philpott. Paradise Mother in Law arrives a a ally or. C. O. Weller. Third Avenue Jos Lac Meek answers h. M. John. Anunda mum s ally or. E. H. 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Dun and bradstreets a leading commercial review said today that the business improvement is a fact not a Mere opinion and the improvement has arrived so suddenly that its full significance has yet to be comprehended in Many quarters. The Complete reversal of the trend of Trade Dur ing the first six months of this year particularly since president Roosevelt assumed Power in March with the precipitous and unprecedented climb of production and distribution totals has left even the leaders of Industry mystified. New orders flow in orders Are being received from unix i petted sources Many for amounts in a equalled in recent years while a employ a ment is being reduced each week accompanied by encouraging announcements of More firms granting pay increases. Tina Larned by the failure of the Trodd conference s attempt to stabilise inter National currencies american Consumers continue to turn their new Money into articles Long needed and a decided Short age is already appearing in Many lines of merchandise. The buying wave now has reached such proportions that it has swept aside All suspicion and Lack of con a Tidence so prevalent even three months ago and the weekly increase in orders waiting to be filled is considered to be unquestionable proof of the permanency of the general improvement. Many substantial Republican and in dependent newspapers have criticized president Roosevelt this week because a few weeks Aeo he advocated the stabilisation of world currencies but last week rejected this policy it the world to user ence in London. On president Roosevelt s behalf it is recalled that when or. Ramsay Miae Donald and other nations leaders visited Washington last april. The president clearly stated All of us must acknowledge that an a freemen to stabilise currencies must be based on permanent factors. No artificial ratio of stabilisation can be established. A Basie might be fixed now and not hold in six months. It May mean waiting for a period to let currencies find their Levels an interesting comment on this Situa Tion was made today by a leading Cor respondent for a group of influential Cana Dian newspapers. He said that even if president Roosevelt had intended agree ing to stabilisation currencies at the Lon Don conference the tendencies of the last four weeks in the United states might Well have compelled him to change his mind. The whole Motif of the american piece at the moment is increased prices. President Roosevelt does t dare to change that tune. Inspired by president a further step in Bur new works inspired by president Roosevelt s policy will be taken at san Francieco tomorrow in the dedication of one of the world s greatest Bridge projects the new Bridge will link san fran Cisco with Oakland a City four and a half Miles away on the East Side of san Francisco Bay. It will Cost 75 million dollars normally 15 million pounds. The Federal reconstruction corporation is providing the Money. This is an entirely separate Bridge from the proposed Golden Gate Span several Miles further West. The two principal spans will be 2,300 it. Ach. The highest Point will be 505 it. Abov the water. Yerba Buena Island in the Centre of san Francisco Bay will contain a Tunnel 500 it. Long connecting the seat and West Bay sections of the huge Bridge. The total length of Sydney Harbor Bridge is 3,770 it. The Cost was �9,706,124. F resident Roosevelt l world meetings Clear path to results British official wireless London. Saturday. 1 the decision of the Bureau executive of the world conference to proceed with its work to the utmost extent possible without the stabilisation of currencies necessitates a Complete review of Confer ence activities. The situation will be clarified on Mon Day when the Bureau has before it reports from various sub committees several of which were in session today. It is believed that the ground has been cleared for valuable work to be done next week. At a meeting of the monetary sub committee the Agenda of which includes credit policy Price Levels limitation of currency fluctuations Exchange control debt problems Aud the resumption of lending or. Neville Chamberlain Bri Tain emphasised the disk Rusty of isolating particular items for discussion without raiding others. He proposed that Ali the items should be subjected to further discussion. J or. Bruce prominent surely nobody expected the question of currency was going to be easy to Battle Taid or. Truce Australia udder being tie monetary commission in Zsuppon of or. Chamberlain s Mutio. It was a problem confronting the conference hum the outset. No doubt Al recognised tie problems i ome countries had to lace Anil bad already faced. Before they could Hope to Settle stabilisation they had to see whether individual problems could be solved. It would be an acknowledgement of failure if the conference abandoned its attempt to reconcile the problems. He hoped the conference would go Forward to see whether or not there was some Way of reconciling the differences of the moment and. Having solved them to see if the difficult question of currency Stab ligation could be settled. J or. Bruce has become so notable for i his Plain speaking that or. Mcvey j nolds the american announcer in a i broadcast to the United states de dared that or. Bruce was the out standing Man at the conference. Senator c of zeus u..while in Cogoni Spiik the differences of opinion on i Tiow Best to accomplish the primary Pur a pane of die conference to relieve world i unemployment draw the attention of the j sub committee to president Roosevelt s in Deavors in to raise Price Levels., he hoped other countries each in it of i in. Would asst. The romanian Delegate supported by France Italy Switzerland and Austria. Proposed that the committee s work should cease on questions other than indebted Ness. On a vote the British proposal was approved by 25 votes to 15. This result will be reported to the conference Bureau. Snub to France this vote on or. Chamberlain s motion not Only snubbed the Gold bloc France and other states still on the Gold Stan Dard but in effect told them to go Home if they were dissatisfied As the conference was determined to continue. The Sterline countries Are now definitely aligned. The most important outcome of today s discussions was that Britain has virtually committed herself to Price Rais intr measures. Which the dominions throughout have so persistently urged. The wheat discussions today were entirely satisfactory to Australia. The danubian wheat product inst countries were prepared to co operate in the control of Grain production. They in reassembly with the Bic wheat four Australia Canada the Argentine Aud America on monday. Other sub committees decided that discussions on the co ordination of the production Aud marketing of sugar Timber wine Coal. Tea. Tin. Copper and Silver should continue. Girl killed while at prayer ? mail special representative lox Don saturday. Amonjr four deaths by lightning in the British Isles during violent storms late yesterday was that of Mary Hynes. Aped 27, who was killed instantly while say ing the Rosary with her family at Cahir Mayo. Irish free state. Other of the family were Hung from their Knees to various parts of the Kitchen lottery discussion on monday More than usual interest attache to the meeting or the Adelaide City Council on monday because at least three i h i ets of Genera interest will be discussed. They ar.-. Establishment of a new cemetery Oul Side the City area. A motion that the government be a ked to permit a state controlled lot Tery to be conducted. Revision of the fees charged for build ing hoardings. The meeting will be open to the Public and in View of the controversy Over lot teries and the interest in the other two 6ubjecte, it in expected that there vill be Large number of onlookers. Trust Japan is Dean s j latest plea christians hold empty lands \ or. Johnson Dean of Canterbury who caused a stir by his suggestion that Japan should be Given part of Australia. Non Ean Canterbury used stir should part London saturday. It is a serious problem when christians i assess so much of the world that is not fully populated said the Dean of Canterbury or. Hew Lett Johnson addressing the National peace Congress at Oxford. Or. Johnson said that there had been dome disturbance in the newspapers about Hie remarks on Australia at the Guildford missionary festival on wednes j Day. On that occasion he said that the j parts of Australia which Britain could not colonise should be Given to Japan. The sparseness of the population a Canada Australia and America struck me As extraordinary on my return from China and Japan the Dean told the Oxford gathering. When i asked Why there were no settlers in parts of North Australia i was told it was not an eng Lishman s climate. If that is so in the interests not Only of Japan but of the world s peace it might have been a great thing to suggest coming to terms with Japan and trusting her not to take the whole of Australia if we gave her part. There must be some j Trust in the world. I cannot think a i dog in the Manger policy is ultimately Wise and Christian j or. Johnson said he twice escaped j death by a hair s breadth when eur j rounded by bandits in China. Two friends i were subsequently murdered at the very j spot. I my sympathy in with China which in j dominated by Japan he said. Japan j had acted totally wrongly to China and the remainder of the civilised world. How Hitler will guide revolution j Berlin saturday. The revolution s Stream must be guided into evolution s bed said the nazi Chancellor Herr hit Ler k addressing ii regional governors. He emphasised the elimination of Politi Cal parties that had occurred leaving Only the remnants of democracy such As majority voting to be abolished. Ability alone should be the decisive Factor in economic affairs. History s verdict would not rest on the number of business men dismissed but whether five million unemployed people received bread. Germany s task was work work work. J Berlin saturday. It Lias been announced that a Law will shortly be passed declaring that the socialist leaders who fled abroad to be traitors and depriving Boiu of German nationality and the rights attaching to it. Sensible stand lox Don saturday the times 1 m a leading article on Germany after emphasising Hill Crisp s suppression of Liberty and inculcation of the slave mind de scribes As bold and sensible Hitler declaration that history will not judge the nazi regime by imprisonments. This shows he is aware of the peril j to which the extremists Are bringing the i country says the article. Hitler is now anxious to Lead Faz sni out of the realm of violence along the path of sober work j thie should win him valuable support. I nazis anger Austria Vien n a. Saturday. Strong protests Are being made in Austria against violent criticisms of the government by heir to Fieodor Rabi Clit which were broadcast from Munich Bavaria. Last month Herr a bight a Reich Stag nazi Deputy was arrested while visiting Austria to Aid tie nazi propaganda there j he was soon escort of to the German Frontier and released. In his broadcast from Munich he up peeled to the austrian nazis to continue their col Labort in with the German nazi. He Atai violently attacked the Aii Bli i in Chancellor or. L of Iii evil ii him a traitor and Allej rinse t i it hid do Icv was i mined by 1 dance. A government o Ioc frill. Tie by Vav Art As an ? unparalleled inter i run e in the internal affair of a foreign country tiie broadcast was announced As the first of a Serit which or. Duliss is now considering How to prevent. Probably the new austrian High Power transmitting station at Bis Amberg will be need to drown the German talks. It is even suggested that listening in to Ger a Man broadcasts May be prohibited in aus a Tria. Feeding the brute like other countries Britain is spending Mil Lions More this year on the fighting services. A cartoon by Wells in the daily dispatch i like other retain is Lions this the y agitator makes trouble on Indian Frontier mystery Man from Afghanistan ? mail special representative Calcutta saturday. A revival of agitation on the India Afghanistan Frontier in the tribal Terri tory in Basaur is worrying the authorities in British India who still Are not aware of the exact identity and location of the troublemaker. This mysterious Man is believed to be somewhere Between Koth Hai and the afghan Frontier and As the distance be tween the two in Only eight Miles his opportunities for making mischief for the afghan government is Well appreciated Here. Basaur lies just South of the Border of the Dir state and North of the substantial area of the Mohmand territory Shad Ling the indo afghan Frontier. Its people arc subject to less direct supervision and control from British India than almost any other tribal area within the Durand line and the adjoining parts of Afghanistan Are among the most difficult that King Nadir Isiah has had to go Vii. To those natural handicaps Are a Jud an embarrassing variety of reports and rumours As to who the mysterious mischief maker is but he is generally thought to be a relative of sex King Amanullah who is known to have done a Good Deal of travelling recently on Uncertain errands. Exile tells of nazi despotism London. July 7. There is the most absolute and terrible despotism conceivable in Germany said Herr Rudolf Breit Scheid sex Leader of the social democrats i m tue Jerman Keic Stag addressing tie i National peace conference at Oxford. I he said that there were hundreds of separate local nazi dictatorships. The anti semitic feeling was due to the hatred of doctors lawyers and business Hueu for their More successful Lewish colleagues. We socialists Are bitterly disappointed at the Lack of sympathy in Britain and Italy. Hitler is a pacifist now because he cannot lie otherwise. Europe should act accordingly and Institute tie strictest intentional control of Arnia intents which in More needed in Germany Tolian else where be Ause of the absence of Larli i Nien tary and Public opinion. 1 lie Trontl must be spoken about Aifiti Semit sin to Hov jew inc the horrid reality said heir Kiivit Schnol. Kiiji Isuzu thrive s Ai times. Dolfi Losure courts Tou late. When con Llue Trio Crinitt which serve Ibe Puni oses of s ate. But to restrictions can restrain Kollef for the else i�1io colds endure and sufferers May Etili obtain supplies of Woods treat pc Pertui Tuy = Onwin Thethel dance by Gordon whittle Winner \ of tvo stale titles Nam atm what Ca i be done to make ballroom dancing More popular this question ha6 been asked and left unanswered Many a time. In a recent article in an English Magazine the suggestion was made that every Large palais in London should be thrown open free of charge to the non a dancing Public once a fortnight and some of the simplest movements in ballroom dancing demonstrated. This it was said would greatly increase the numbers of the dancing Public. The floor shy Are often put to ease after one dance with an expert. More Over if a Little tactful advice and encouragement Are added these inhibitions will be dispelled forever. In certain dance Halls sociability and pleasure would perhaps be enhanced especially for those who have returned to the ballroom after a lapse of some years by the introduction of a set dance. But in Cess fully like that can Only be made successfully by the manager who keeps him self thoroughly in touch with the wishes of his patrons. The Charlester one of the greatest sex Nenis and authorities on ballroom dancing is the inventor of the Charlester or. Henry Jacques who is at present teaching and demonstrating in Melbourne. During the past month or. Jacques has Given demonstrations of the Charlester at the palais de Danse. St. Kinda. And it has been enthusiastically received. There Are eight movement in the dance. This week the first two movements the Basic walk and the Charleston Are Given. 1. The Basic walk. Starr lacing the line of dance. Forward right foot Ball Heel. 1.2 Forward left foot Ball Heel. 3, i 2. The Charleston. Diagonally to the Wall progressing Down the room. This fan by alternated with the walk. Relaxing tie Knees for the second and fourth beats. Amateur championships next work will so the pc Iii Tii i South australian Section of the Anetra Juliau Amateur championship at the Palait i Royal. Tie i Rrt heat will be a i open one. The contestants Are or. A. Thomp 1 son and miss z. Ding or. T. Quinn and mls g. Darling. Or. L. Golding. And miss m. Pearson. Or. A. Nelson and miss h. Roney. The second heat will be a Novice one. And Viil be danced on tuesday july 18. I the first heat should be closely con tested and a High Standard should be seen for or. Thonpson and miss Dingle were runners up last year and or. Quinn and miss Darling have greatly improved in their dancing since last season. The victorian Section is hearing the Semi final stage and last week one of the last heats was danced. The winners were j or. H. Vine and miss Hunter who were runners Nii in the victorian final last year. Queries an steered. Old Stylo Knoxville. The old style \ championship of South Australia will be sin this month at the palais Royal. The j winners will receive a trip to Sydney j where they will represent South austra Lia m the australian . Winter sports tour to Buffalo i no annual Winters i to to in to mount Buffalo National Park. Victoria leaving Adelaide on july 2ii. Is ii ing rapidly and tie Soulli australian government tourist i Mireau that a second party will ave Adelaide on August 17. The Iii Ciu Cost will lie. As usual. �15. Aery heavy Enow has fallen at mount Buffalo during the past week and this should assure Good ski ing and Toboggan ing until the end of september critics Platee or. Duffie its London show mail special representative London. Only 7. The critics say that ? after dark the London revue i i o ? Ducor by Yli. Kenai old Dulio d. Of aug aide a Iii ii h i jul opened i j so ii As a p rogue can be. Tjie and Tuncle us. Tin she w is piquant by written prettily sa2eand Lias i Ahlness a i brilliance French Farmers use us Yiju in acid extensively to rid their wheat Fields of needs
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