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Adelaide Mail (Newspaper) - July 8, 1933, Adelaide, South Australia
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I dear sirs please Send Rar without Cost or obligation plans of your Glenelg i or Mitcham estates Cross out District you do not desire. Name ? address a Adelaide development co., pty., Ltd. 14 Pirie Street Adelaide phone c 7514 \ disorders \ Root them out i \ with i of files a few doses will my banish gloom my Ruhm and restore the a Joy of living or Indian floods bring death and damage ? Calcutta saturday. In the South of India families have been living on the roof of houses for the past 10 Days while railway embankments shelter thou Sands of people rendered homeless by the recent floods. There has been a tremendous loss of human and animal life and damage to habitations and crops. Red Fri a or free vans & a ices. It Flinders Street. Adelaide feet Weeo go. And education both did. Front j 203. K i for your Throat s Sake use Riz la cigarette papers 100 per cent. Pore big yacht race for Centenary Melbourne saturday. The announcement that or. F. J. Bennell owner of the yacht Zimara will again Challenge new zealand in a race across the Tasman sen roused keen interest in yachting circles today. This will provide an additional attraction for the Centenary celebrations. Three yachts competed in the last race from Auckland to Sydney in March. 1931. The challenger has stipulated that the Shal he Letreed Auckland and Mel Bourne. J Ard Ine s test revelations had planned to Stop leg theory but team unanimously supported tactics More bar racking criticism London july 7. In his Book in search of the ashes Jardine the Captain of the 1932-3 English test team reveals that after the outcry during the third test in Adelaide he was pre pared to consider the abandonment of leg theory but the team unanimously supported those tactics in a Resolution of loyalty to him. Attacking the bar racking in Australia he suggests that As a Means of checking the nuisance the Gates of Cricket grounds should be placarded with notices that in the event of bar racking play would automatically cease for half an hour should tests go on under the sub title a skipper s log Jardine Eye that the crowds Misbehaviour and the i newspaper reactions to it throughout the world would inevitably Lead to the question whether Anglo australian tests should continue and whether they were Worth while. Much depends on the answer of the australian authorities to the question whether they fully sympathise with the crowds or plead inability to control them. The Arena hitherto sacred to the players has been i invaded by newspapers broadcasters and spectators which May prove the death Knell of Cricket. English teams have hitherto been Reti cent about Many happenings in Australia in the Hope that tilings will improve which nearly every Cricket Lover will Echo. There the a difficulty in drawing the line but i am certain that total silence is neither the Best remedy nor in the est interests of Cricket the Public must be placed in Possession of certain facts. I have attempted to paint a fair and accurate picture avoiding exaggeration bitterness and ill feeling. In Australia there must Toj Moie talk about Good sports and sportsmanship than in any country in the world but while the individual australian on a Golf course Squash court card table or race course is generally keen and sporting pub Lic Competition charges the air with electricity. Moreover the australians arc such persistent courageous and inveterate gamblers that their readiness to bet has unfortunately spread to Cricket. Incredible sums Are won and lost on players i performances and on the results of tests. My a mailbag was a revelation after the loss of the Melbourne test. Letters suggested we were a dishonest team that we ran crooked to disguise our form and so pick up a packet on the remaining tests. Many australians discredit the fact that there is practically no betting on Cricket in England. It was frequently alleged that the English team bet heavily but such an accusation would not stand a moment s impartial investigation. Only our accusers extraordinary passion for betting made the charge possible Board of control upset discussing Bradman. Jardine says i immediately we landed in Australia two things were made extremely Clear t us. Firstly the Chance of winning the rubber was inconsiderable if we merely in i tended to Supply opportunities for to Cream of australian cricketers to break records. Few will admit that hero worship amounting almost to Ido Lastarr to whirl Bradman. For example is subject is Desir Able for the same s Good or fair to tin. Individual. It encouraged the feeling that Bradman. As a run making machine was almost superhuman and that he was a team in himself. To so extol one Man must Nat Rahv Lead to Lack of appreciation of other for instance. Woodfull equally inva Lutali but less spectacular never received a . Reviewing the Early part of the tour emphasises that state matches enabled him to make the sur j prising discovery that several of Australia s leading players did not like leg theory particularly Bradman. Richardson and Mccabe were exceptions and Fingleton. Although rather foot tied and slow seemed likelier to score off leg theory than other Bowling. Discussing the English Bowling Jardine says that there was misconception that the leg theory fast Bowling aimed to physically harm the batsmen. This was chiefly due to the word body line apart from commenting on the stupidity of Euch a charge against eng land s bowlers i need not be further concerned with its Patent untruthful Ness. Nevertheless leg theory waa not evolved with the Aid of Midnight Oil iced towels or simply solely to combat Bradman. D. R. Jardine. Past experiences with the australians Tiad Given me a healthy respect for their ability to play a Ball on the leg stump. Consequently i impressed on the bowlers that they must not jeopardise the safety of the suicide squad for the Only Dan Ger i saw in leg theory was the perilous position of the Fields men. I impressed on the bowlers that a Fields Man Only needed to be endangered once to suffer loss of Confidence and would tend to Edge away upon his heels instead of standing close to the Bat on tip toe. Larwood s accuracy was almost miraculous. No fieldsman was Ever imperilled because of the Bowler s fault leg theory objections turning to the objections to leg theory Jardine argues that if a Bateman of inter National class seriously objects to a Short bumping Ball with which he cannot Cope by Bat or leave alone he would be Well advised to consider making Way for youth Ful Talent Able to Deal with them. If a batsman objects to a Good length rising Ball what would he allow a fast Bowler to do asks Jardine. Ability to make & Good length Ball lift on a modern wicket is both rare and one of the Bowler e strongest suits. If he were deprived of it Cricket should not be played with a hard Ball. ? leg theory if properly played does not entail a reduction of the batsmen s repertoire of strokes. On the other hand the rate of scoring should appreciably be faster than with off theory. If this Assurance is not sufficient Cri tics May be comforted to know that very few bowlers can Hope to bowl leg theory which necessitates tremendous Speed and accuracy of direction and length. Even then. To Jde Sleys. Mccabe and to radians. By the alarming i ate of scoring and variety of shots possible against leg theory could Force abandonment of the tactics within two overs. I Hope i am neither ungenerous nor Over critical in opining that modern australians Are scarcely equal to past generations in their ability to play fast Bowling. I did not want to enter into a Contro Versy in Australia because i did t flatter myself that any words of mine would cause a single critic in Australia to alter or modify his previous judgment unless in the direction of less moderation. However the Board of control s Cable took the matter out of our bands. After the crowd s behaviour at Ade Laide and the general attitude of the australian newspapers. I deemed it Wise to allow the English team to discuss leg theory in my absence because i believed that there was a limit to the criticism and hostility which an individual or collection of individuals could Bear. I also Felt that unless the team were wholeheartedly convinced of its own rectitude and sportsmanship the enjoyment of the tour would be seriously impaired and so affecting its efficiency. Accordingly i was prepared to con Sider the abandonment of leg theory but the team not Only unanimously supported leg theory but passed a characteristic Resolution of loyalty to its Captain after which we could afford to give a cynical pitying smile for the newspaper placarding Brisbane with Jardine s disrupted team the Melbourne test where Bradman us -2ostod a return to form produced the impression that there was nothing wrong in Lee theory provided it was mastered. Apparently two australians had mastered it. And others promised to do fio. Surely that was the time for the Board to approach us or the , instead of waiting until the Brisbane test had turned in our favor. I had Long ceased to care what the australian newspapers said Abent me or what individuals said behind my Back but a determined Board should not Stigmatise the englishmen Asun sportsmanlike without retracting such an amazing charge. Moreover in View of the Quantity of australian talk about Good sportsman ship the Board must have realised that it was unthinkable and impossible for the englishmen to take the Field under such an accusation. Ultimately the offending words was withdrawn j a Large portion of the Book is devoted to a strongly worded attack on the bar Rackers. Jardine wonders Why the authorities did not attempt to suppress the. Crowds con duct seeing that it was disapproved of throughout the world and produced a general Adverse opinion of australians. It might be expected that the austra lians notorious sensitiveness to criticism would induce them to do their utmost to Check it. English tourists experience is that in spite of reticence which has been fruit Lessly observed Over a Long period bar racking has grown steadily and progressively since the War. The truth is that the protest against the Misbehaviour of australian crowds is not confined to leg theory but goes Back to 1879, when one of the most disgraceful scenes that Ever marred australian Cricket occurred. If the authorities responsible for main Taining common decency on australian grounds argue that they Are incapable of it they had better consider making Way for More effective control. We were subjected to a series of minor scenes which cumulatively far outmatched any one hectic Holiday for hooliganism. I Hare never in 10 tests heard an australian bar racked by the crowd but nearly every tourist got a Good dose of disapproval. Any cricketer who has played in Australia in the last 20 years will Tell you that the boasts of the crowd s impartiality a pathetic Jardine. Records As an instance of the crowd s ill manners the counting out of a High dignitary at a state match because he delayed the came for three minutes while he was introduced to the teams. 1 should like to see the Experiment tried of placard inc the Ratee with an Iii Tim Ilion that no play was guaranteed combined with notices that in the even of bar racking play will cease for Liaf an hour. At a gallery in London there is an exhibition of Statuette of scotsmen. Be Neath each it the eign Don t touch warm Clad j women see races Many at Hunt club meeting gorgeous weather attracted a Large crowd of women to the Hunt club races at Cheltenham this afternoon but the nip in the air made warm clothes Essen tial. There Are still Many More weeks for the wearing of top Coate and furs and there Wae a great display of them today. With Black As a popular Choice this background was relieved with Bright spa Hes of color and much Royal Blue Scarlet rust Henna and All the varying hues of Brown were seen. Short fur of Squirrel mole and the Humble Rabbit were smart finishes to tailored skirts. Quaint Little hats were popular one of the newest being worn by miss Phyllis Bray. It was a tiny Black affair rather like a Dull Cap and dung to her head in miraculous fashion. A White camellia ornamented one Side. The governor sir Alexander Hore Ruthven was present with Mies Rosemary Al Eichmann and attended by capt. C. H. Williamson. Mike Fleischmann wore a Long Black tailored cloth coat with a fur Collar and her Black Felt hat had a White Bow in front. Others present others present were mis. H. D. Young in a Cornflower Blue coat and hat and a Brown fur. Mrs. Ernest Luu Moore in a Brown striped to eed coat and skirt and a Brown hat. Mrs. George Braund Fawn Cost and skirt Long fur coat and Small Fawn velvet Toque. Mrs. H. C. Care wore a tailored suit of Brown Tweed a Brown far and hat. Mrs. W. E. H. Pascoe was in Brown and mrs. I Anoe Hargrove wore a. Black coat and skirt and a. Black velvet Biretta. Sirs. Bill Hope Murray was in a Brown Tweed coat and skirt and hat to tone. With her were two of Lier cousins from Sydney miss Virginia Robertson in a. Rust coloured Woollen coat and hat. And miss Joan Dale All in White a tailored Long coat and skirt Aad a Small White hat. Miss Katherine Wemyss wore a Broom Diagonal Tweed Drees a fur coat and a Brown Bat. Miss Millicent Oeswei was in a Brown Wool de Chine dress a. Fawn coat and a Brown hat. Mrs. Herbert Solomon wore a. Wack top coat with Collar of Astrakhan and a Small Blacut velour hat mrs. Alfred Lucas was in a dress of Henna cloth and a hat of the same Shade. Sites Dymphna Todl was in a dress of Diagonal striped Woollen fabric in Brown Henna and Fawn and a Small Brown Felt hot. Miss Mary Orance Brockman Melbourne wore a Brown dress and hat. Mrs. J. T. 1/ove was in a Black Topcoat with fur Collar and a Black velour tailored suit lire. A m. Toll wore a Black tailored suit h Brown fur and a Black hat relieved with Rose and beige. Miss Mary toll was in a coat of Fawn Diagonal Tweed and a Black Bat. Miss Connie Lonsdale wore a Tweed coat Over her red dress and her hat was of Black Felt. Mrs. I. A. Bonnlyn wore a Black coat and skirt and hat. Miss Kathleen Campbell wore a. Long coat if Burgundy red and hat of the same Shade. Hiss Betty Morgan was in a dark red coat and skirt and hat. My. Cure Stott wore a Black Topcoat with fur Collar and a Black hat. Mrs. St. John pools had on a Black dress with fur trimmed Cape and a Black velvet Toque. Mrs. E. A. Brooks wore a bottle Streec coat. Rth or cellar and a Brown hat. Miss Rosemary Brooks was in a Fawn Tweed Coal and Fawn Felt hat. I t. M Darby wore a Squirrel coat Orer her Check Tweed dress sad Brown hat. Miss not Young wore a fur Cdr red Navy coat and a nary hat. Mrs. Andrew Muecke wore a mole coat Over a Black dress and her Toque was of Mack velvet. Mrs. Cecil Bray Wae in a. Black coat with a fur Collar and a hat of Black velour. Miss phys pc Bray wore a Black coat with Collar of Astrakhan and a tiny Black hat with a White camellia at one ride. Mrs. Glanville Barker wore a Black coat with a Grey equal Are Collar and a Black Felt hat banded in White. Hyacinth Posy mrs. I. F. Astley Haa on a Black coat and skirt and hat. And a Posy of White hyacinths on the Revere. Mrs. Douglas Shennan was in a Fawn Woollen skirt and a Short mole coat and Brown hat. Misses fat and Peg Stoddart were in Brown and skirts and hats. Miss Mary Muecke wore a dress and hat of Royal Blue and a Fawn Tweed coat. Mrs. H. S. Prockter wore a Brown Tweed coat and Brown hat. Mrs. Kenneth Bakewell Wae in a Bleck coat and skirt and hat. Mrs j. M. Irwin wore a Navy top coat Over a. Striped Wool Georgette dress and her hat was Navy. Mrs. Ernest Jolly was in a belted Check Tweed coat and hat of the same material. Miss Nora Harkess wore a Brown tailored suit and a. Brown fur and hat. Mrs. H. Ohalloran Giles was in a Black doth top coat with Lynx Collar and a Black hat. Mrs. Keith Angas wore a Short fur coat with a Brown skirt and hat. Mrs. V. P. A. Ii pit borne was in s Bine striped Tweed coat and skirt and a hat to tone. Mrs. Lindsay Sandford wore a. Lone Brown Tweed coat and a Brown Felt hat with touches of red and Fawn. Mrs. Randall Parker Bombay wore a Grey coat and skirt a Black and Watte neck let and a Black velvet Toque. Mrs. Fred Porter was in a Long Brown coat with fur Collar and a Brown velour hat. Furs and Many Flowers at Flemington Melbourne saturday. Flower. And furs provided the fashion feature at the closing Day of the grand National meeting at Flemington. If the collection of Corsage and coat posies and sprays nestling amid furs had been massed together the blooms would have provided a gorgeous display. Women were decked with Flowers. Two Black Clad figures walking together each had a Long narrow Spray of White a Greet peas running from shoulder to Guetline. One lost count of the figures sporting costly orchids. Blooms were not confined to Ordinary Slipper specimens which can not be bought for less than 2/6 each. I there were numbers of rare orchids about. Seemingly Cost waa of minor importance for invariably More than one Bloom Wae u6ed. Two and three in an individual Spray were noted frequently but in some instances the display was More lavish. But All the Flowers were not of exotic variety. Violets and Daphne were much favored. Lavishness was expressed again in these Garden products. Dozens of pieces of Daphne and sometimes More must have been picked to make up some of the Bunches worn today. They were More like branches than Bunches. Camellias Charm every Flower in season had followers evenly the homely Marigold had one admirer. Camellias Pink White and Crimson helped the Floral display. Out spreading posies of Golden pansies arranged with de hate Maidenhair Fern looked charming on fur backgrounds. Lily of the Valley showed up effectively on Black. Japo Nicas Cineraria and carnations added Fri he form and color to the Floral scheme. The fancy seemed y be for natural Flowers. Few artificial specimens were used but occasionally variety was Intro diced with Scarlet berries. I tempted by Sunshine Many substituted Tofu mfg or tailored frocks for lop , and had the effect of giving a car Tan trim Nee to the Genera Dies sin. I mrs. A lie Macdonald bras an outstand in fashion figure wearing a Bright Navajr i Bike of old Eros Embie with a Woollen tunic in i Paisley design showing beneath a three Quarter length coat. Her hat of Bright Navy Blue Hatter s Plush was mounted in front with a gleaming jewel sold Book to Queen handicraft of Sydney woman Queen Mary was the most exacting buyer that mrs. Edith Spring of Sydney met in 11 years abroad during which she sold craftwork to the Queen the Princess Royal and Princess Alice. Her majesty examines everything keenly through her Lornette and pays far More attention to the parts that Don t show than to the outside Eaid the nimble fingered Sydney crafts woman. Who is returning in the Mool Tan which berthed at outer Harbor today my first encounter. With the Queen took place at a show arranged by the Royal Amateur Art society j in London. She picked up every oae of my exhibits ? turned it inside out inspected the Book covers and bags underneath the flaps and at the lining and finally said Good sound solid work the Queen was interested when i told her i worked australian designs on australian leathers and delighted me by purchasing an address Book. Some time before the Princess Royal purchased two of these which seem to be favorite among the Royal family. Another was bought by Princess Alice of Athlone mrs. Spring was interested to find that the Princess Cheque was simply signed Alice the australian Craft woman won an open championship of the society for her work and was also made an associate she Hune a picture at the last exhibition of the British Art society and exhibited oils and craftwork at nearly All the Large exhibitions in England and Scotland. J when she arrived in London nearly 12 years ago 8hs had. She said Only a few pounds in her pocket and one Friend in the country. For the first three day6 after her arrival the City was enveloped in a dense yellow fog. Had my ship not gone into dry Dock i would have gone straight Back to Australia in her she said today. She persevered and just before she left London had a workshop in Chelsea and a painting studio in Spanish place. London. Mrs. Spring will make her Home in Sydney again but she Hopes to return to London for periodical visits. Mrs. E. Springs. English dress and hat fashions Laie hats and billowing Organ die frocks Are the main dress features of the English summer according to mrs. R. E. Har rold. Who disembarked from the to Octan at outer Harbor today. One will spend a Holiday with her brother in Adelaide. Or. A. E. Hamilton chairman of the finance committee of the Royal agricultural and horticultural society. Summer hats were Lander than Thev have been for years said mrs. Harrold. She added that the pillar Box or convict s Cap showed signs of Beinor merely a passing fad in London. ? acid stomachs Are dangerous direct cause of indigestion and gastric trouble a phys darts advice a famous physician whose successful researches into the cause and cure of stomach and intestinal diseases have earned for him an International reputation said in a lecture some time Aeo that nearly All j intestinal troubles As Well As Many diseases of the vital oreans were directly i traceable to a deranged condition of the j stomach which in turn was due. Nine times out of ten. To excessive acidity this acidity not Only irritated and in flamed the delicate lining of the stomach but also set up chronic by Sensia. Iras Riti and even stomach ulcers. It is interest inc to note that he stated that he and j his colleagues had secured remarkable results by the use of Bis rated j mat Media. Which by Neutral isms the Acil div removes the source of the trouble. Sufferers from acidity or any form of digestive or 6tomach trouble should set a Nakase of Bie rat a magnesia from any chemist and take half a teaspoonful in a Little water after meals. Pain and discomfort Nril quickly Dis Annear and food will be enjoyed in the knowledge that in i prestion will not follow. Not one or two. But thousands of doctors All Over the world use and recommend Bis rated magnesia for digestive troubles., look for the Oval Bis agr Trade Mark on each pack Are travelling in the Sooltan miss Claire Herd top Lefta Melbourne girl Toto is returning after a Holiday visit to India in the Sooltan Tomich arrived at outer Harbor to Day or. P. V. Cave top right general manager of the King s primers in London Toko is on a world business tour and below or. And mrs. J. P. V. Webster who Are travelling to Brisbane. Or. Webster is on a Busi Ness visit to Australia. Motor cyclists will give first Aid South Australia s first Fleet of ambulance men on motor cycles will be on he roads within a few weeks. A scheme on similar lines to one which is operating successfully in Victoria will provide free treatment for persons injured in Street crashes throughout the metropolitan area. It is being organised by the motor Cycle division of the South australian ambulance brigade under the supervision of ambulance officer b. Burns. A motor Cycle clubs will be represented in the project. About 50 motor cyclists have been attending weekly ambulance classes instructed by or. C. R. Downing and an examination will is held in about a fortnight. Those who qualify by passing the first Aid course win then take part in the ambulance scheme. To charges will be made for the ser vice rendered. The work will be maintained entirely by donations and subscriptions received by the brigade. Negotiations for a new Anglo soviet Trade agreement will be resumed on monday says a wireless message from Melbourne. Death follows pet rabbits bites London saturday. A pet Rab bit suffering from rabies bit its owner and his wife son and daughter reports the Lille Cor respondent of the Manchester guardian All were rushed to the nearest Pasteur Institute for Hydro phobia treatment. The Rabbit be fore dying bit two hens and two Ducke which died and m cat and a dog which had to be destroyed. Excess fat melts under treatment that creates Energy some folks Are naturally fat but there s a lot of people who put on pounds of unhealthy fat because they Haven t got enough Energy to move about to keep it of. It s not laziness in most cases but a condition brought about by sluggishness of the internal organs the liver bowels and kidneys. As a result poisons and harmful acids that kill vigor ambition and Energy get into the blood the whole general tone of the body is lowered and Tat accumulates. 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