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Adelaide Mail (Newspaper) - July 11, 1936, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia the postage rate a i on this paper a i � within the com Mil i i mom health. New i up a i zealand. Fiji i u n i t e d kingdom Scotland s j jrr1 1 ?. Of 1 Sisi f4 i France or America a Utt i or to British pos tt7 a = sessions is two a a Nib a i Pence. Postage ill try a or foreign ? = Oum ence. Clipper Jim Sun tobacco fun leks in 1 Large pings Tor pipe smokers i Ranf to Ftp i Light and Daryl Lei i Kiln Price and Quality Syntta everybody r1 a some a eat. A . Limited. Adelaide talking of holidays in it. Buffalo Snow sports the Cresta slopes Are already covered by three to four feet of Snow and round the chalet itself there is nearly two feet prevailing climatic conditions augur Well for a wonderful Winter sports season official report from mount Buffalo. The carnival season opens on july 31st and Al though the chalet is booked right up you can still get a Good room by booking with Bastin s. 14 dats ? �17/10/ five Days mount Buffalo 2 Days Melbourne. 11 dats ? �14/14/ five Days mount Buffalo. Canberra Sydney Melbourne a luxurious 21-Day land cruise the first tour on this popular itinerary for our 1936-7 Spring and summer season leaves Adelaide on August 22 join the party now forming. 6 vacancies. 21 dats ? 25 guineas 5 Days Syd Ney 2 Days Blue mountains. Grampians Melbourne Lorne probably excelling any other part of the world the grampians claim As a tourist resort May Well rest alone upon the rare Beauty of the wildflowers. Nearly 200 species of wildflowers Bloom superbly during the Spring painting the landscape in an amazing riot of color. The first tour on this favo rite itinerary leaves Adelaide on August 15th party now forming. 8 vacancies. 10 dats ? 12 guineas the Flinders ranges up there is no finer sight in Australia than the View from Hawker of the towering Pinnacle red walk of these rugged mountains As they pile northwards towards the red centre1 of the continent 6 dats ? 8 Guinea All Bash s Tours Are excellent none better free literature foil particulars reservations at a write. Call or phone. Basins Adelaide tourist office 10 King William St., 4 doors from North Terrace. Phone c 4428. Or government tourist Bureau no lottery for hospitals Royal commission report said to be unfavourable unjustified on evidence submitted after an inquiry lasting More than six months the Royal commission on lotteries will it is under stood report against the establishment of a lottery in South Australia to finance hospitals. On the Broad principles involved the members of r the commission Are believed to be unanimous. T their report has been drafted Al though it has yet to be anally approved members of the commission appear to have made up their minds. After a careful analysis of the opera Jugi tons of lotteries in other states that g the inauguration of a lottery in this % state to assist hospitals is not justified Ait on the evidence submitted to them. � the report will contain a consider if Able amount of statistical information. R which Snow being tabulated. When the commission reassembles to l Revi a the draft it is just possible the t it May decide to seek some additional evidence on specific phases to is considered most improbable however that any fresh information will be forthcoming to warrant a change of 3ttitude on i the main finding. I terms of reference � the commission comprises messes. H % b. Piper chairman Cudmore f. . . i Ben. My. Beerworth. . it was appointed Early in january. F the terms of reference were to inquire into and report upon the question whether it is desirable &. To authorise by Law the holding of w lotteries for the purpose of raising f funds to assist in the financing of hospitals and other charitable institution when the commission was const. & tuned the Premier or. Butler Saio a that the government had an open mind on the question and would be guided largely by the commission s findings. K. It is now regarded As significant that in an address at the annual Branch h social of the Liberal and country be league at Balaklava last week the pre up Mier expressed the Hope that a More of satisfactory method of raising finance for hospitals would be decided upon g and referred to the West australian � system under which a special Hospital a tax of old. In the �1 is imposed. I. He suggested that a similar Small rate y in South Australia would go a Long Way towards the reduction of the Bur ? Den on country people in the maintenance of hospitals. This seemed to indicate that he was a not very confident of a favourable report f by the lotteries commission. In the course of its investigations the commission visited new South Wales. Queensland Western Australia and Tasmania and heard much evidence about the operations and effects of lot teries in those states. Keep away from my baby says Sally a Chimpanzee at the Lon Don zoo As she puts a protective Arm round her youngest june. A Happy picture taken when the new arrival at the zoo was at Home to visitors for the first time last month. Empire air mail picture analysis of children s taste in films London saturday. Or. William fair acting manager of the British film Institute has compiled an Analy Sis of the juvenile taste in films. He has discovered that children Dre Fer those that feature a men anti gangster police and dislike the Mae West and Greta Garbo types because they have not met anyone like them they Are unable to imagine that such people really exist. Children he has found hate horror films of the Frankenstein Type with fighting sudden noise and close ups of killing. Youngsters like to be excited not frightened. Adventure stories built round air pilots and sailors greatly interest them but they dislike dialogue and intricate lots and Are not fond of musical films with interrupting action and with songs dances and stories. The headmaster of Battersea school after a similar investigation has reached the same conclusion. He found that children liked adventure and Happy endings with right triumphing Over wrong but love scenes made them laugh and Scenic Beauty left them cold. . Heat wave death Roll now reaches 375 Chicago. Saturday. The toll of death from America s record breaking heat wave and drought had mounted by last night to 375. The blistering heat has not abated from the Mississippi to the Atlantic coast. Suffering has increased in the Dako As. Civic prayers for rain have been offered at Mitchell North Dakota. A new Appeal for Aid has been sen to president Roosevelt by governor Welford. Of North Dakota. Dust is blowing again in Kansas Anri Forest fires Are raging in Wyo min Montana and South Dakota. In nor Thern Arizona she men have Driver their flocks to railway watering stations where Thev Are Day ing �5 a tan1 for water. Man and wife Hurt car Falls into Creek Sydney saturday. Or. Frederick Armstrong who is in charge of the Julio no pumping station and his wife both had their skulls fractured when heir car fell 20 it. Into a Creek near Cootamundra today. Mrs. Armstrong is in a critical condition. It is believed that As a result of these inquiries the members of the commis Sion feel that a lottery venture is an insecure foundation on which to base a system of financing hospitals and charities. One Point that will probably be stressed in the report is that the amount of Money which eventually goes to the hospitals and other Charit Able causes for which lotteries Are conducted in new South Wales Queensland and Western Australia is Small compared with the total amount that the Public invests in the lotteries. Another striking fact is that according to the evidence obtained on the spot the amount of Money subscribed by South australian residents to lotteries in the other states in very much smaller than Many people Here imagine it to be. It is anticipated that the report will contain some interesting revelations about the ramifications of the lotteries conducted by other states their economic effects and their effects on Hospital finance. For that reason the completed report should be an important and valuable document and should attract Australia wide attention. Lord Sempill flies Back to Start again London. Saturday. Lord Sempill. Who abandoned his australian flight Ati Vienna yesterday flew Back to Ham Worth aerodrome today. He May make another Start tomorrow. Mere is not ing wrong with the Structure of the machine he said. Reports of Wing i defects Are unfounded. J we were ahead of schedule at Vienna where we found that the auxiliary petrol Supply was work ing unsatisfactorily. This could not be rectified without returning to Lon Don. It was unsafe to proceed As things were be cause of the fear of monsoons lord Sempill it is expected that the defect will in speedily rectified. Earlier reference on Page 3 Glenelg s great Alberton Victory port today suffered their first defeat of the season and it was at Alberton their stronghold and by Glenelg the lowest team on the premiership list it was one of the greatest league football surprises for years in spite of Glenelg s play against Norwood. Glenelg won by five Points a great third Quarter giving them just enough in hand to hold off the fast finishing magpies. Football reviews on Page 13. Girl wins this week s Guinea for jollies smile the Good fortunes of her team passed on to this girl in the Circle for her Happy mood won her this week s Guinea awarded by the mail for the jollies expression seen by the staff photographers this afternoon. This week s Winner was photographed at Norwood Oval but our cameramen go everywhere in their search. Smile and keep smiling if you see them next week. It May mean �1/1/ for you. The Cheque will be available to the Winner at the front counter of news Ltd. Price of wheat up 4d. In week wheat prices were advanced by Adelaide merchants today to 3/101 a Bushel at port Adelaide or main outposts. This is a Rise of id. Since yesterday and 4d. For the week. The current quotation is 1/3 More than at this time last year and is a record High level for six years. Prospects Are brighter than for years past and the week s news has been the Best received by Farmers for a Long time. The Rise in wheat can be looked upon As some of the Best news austra Lia has had for a Long time said a leading victorian wheat authority to Day according to a Melbourne Mes i Sage. Position in nutshell viewing present conditions in the United states and Southern Canada i should put the position in a nutshell thus the Market should hold. If dry conditions continue in America the Market should Rise probably by 3d. A Bushel or a Shade More. If Good Rains should fall in America there will be a Sharp fall and then a hardening. It is reasonable to assume that Australia will have a Good crop this year. If present prices Are maintained the value to the Commonwealth will be immense Large overseas sales brisk business has been transacted in All wheat growing states this week and More Large sales to the United kingdom were reported in cables to Day. Overseas sales aggregating More than 30,000 tons were transacted overnight and realised the highest prices paid since the Middle of january this year. Quotations were from 32/ to 32/6 a Quarter United kingdom ports a Melbourne message sets the estimated gain to merchants unofficially at �230,1100. On the week s dealings they will Benefit by about �450.000. More than two million bushels now having been sold overseas. The Sydney Market Rose another id. A Bushel today to the highest level in that Centre since 1930. Immediate proc facts Point to still further and prolonged rises. Silo Grain was quoted by Sellers in Sydney at 3/11% a Bushel with buyers on 3/liy4. In the expectation of further in creases Sellers were holding Back even at the higher prices and there was Little wheat on offer. Santa Casa wins i first race Early Price 500 to 1 by our special representative Melbourne. Saturday. Santa Casa won his first race today when he scored in the grand National Steeple at Flemington. Early in the betting on the race he was quoted at 500 to 1 against. The sheepskin steeplechase is How Santa Casa was described after his Victory in the �2,500 Cross country race. The name was bestowed on the five year old David guiding because after his gallops during this week his owner Trainer j. P. Devine resorted to an old time method of loosening up the Muscles of his horse by covering him with a fresh sheepskin. Turf Romance is attached to the Vic tory of Santa Casa today for it was his first Success of any sort. Like j Many Good jumpers Santa Casa gained experience in the Hunting Field. He was hunted five times last season j and he soon revealed jumping ability rhe racing Rise of Santa Casa has been meteoric for he did not distinguish himself in Early races Over jumps this season and his first glimpse of form was his third to Attene in the Brush steeplechase at the Bendigo cup meet ing some months ago. Stamina shown at Flemington last month he Wasj runner up to Pactolus in the Hopetoun steeplechase and a week later filled a similar position behind Al who won the travancore steeplechase j in record time at Mooney Valley. He finished third to Draconic and pactolus1 on the june Holiday but had he not slipped on the Flat when leading in that event a few furlongs from Home he i probably would have won. Santa Casa displayed great stamina in running Down Draconic who at tempted and nearly succeeded in j leading from Start to finish today. J. Regan rider of Santa Casa purposely pulled his mount Back at the star1 so As to avoid having to take the Lead. The gelding s Trainer wanted to make certain that Santa Casa was Given a Lead by other horses practically throughout the race and he told Regan there was no need to go to the front until the last jump had been crossed. Avoided Accident Regan said that when Welbeck fell it was miraculous How he and his mount avoided an Accident but Santa Casa saw the danger. It was an example of Good horse sense prevailing. Two years ago Wood lace who for Merly raced in South Australia scored a decisive Victory. He was third to Day gaining �250 for his owner. Or. C. B. Kellow but was always foiling a Long Way in the rear. Because eight of the 13 runners made mistakes he was Able to be among the place getters. Santa Casa was coupled Well with the grand National hurdle Winner Pooley Bridge in doubles but Early in the wagering it was possible to secure 500 to 1 about the Winner. Swab sensation there was a sensation after the two year old race when the stewards announced that acting upon information received from an official they had ordered a swab to be taken by the club s veterinary surgeon or. E. Woods of the Chestnut Colt Conan Dale. Conan Dale is owned by or. J. P. Arthur a leading Patron of the turf and is trained by p. B. Quinlan. Or. Wilfred Johnston the chairman of the . Stipendiary stewards said that the swabs one of which was Given to Quinlan. Would be sent to the government analyst. The inquiry has been adjourned until his report a been received. Racing details on Page 4 Larwood s Pace gone for Ever Fairfax on test team selectors in England Are at Sixes and sevens As to whom to include for the australian test tour As there is an abundance of batsmen but an acute shortage of really uni bowlers said Alan Fairfax the former australian test cricketer Alan Fairfax and his wife photographed aboard the Largs Bay which berthed at outer Harbor tonight Fairfax who is conducting an indoor Cricket school in eng land i6 returning to Sydney on holidays after an absence of four and a half years. The former australian test cricketer who is returning with his wife to Sydney in the liner Largs Bay which arrived at outer Harbor to night. He is on a Holiday visit and Wil h. Larwood leave for England in december re turning by Way of America. Because of the Bowling shortage he says that the Odds Are that Australia will win the ashes. Bod line is dead and a Happy spirit should pre Vail in the Forth coming matches. E. R. T. Holmes has been mentioned As the Likely Captain but i have it on Good authority that g. O. Allen will Lead the team. I or ppr the latter temperamentally he is better suited for the captaincy and he is extremely popular with players. Both Are certain of inclusion he said. Larwood s foot injury other experienced players named by Fairfax As Likely to be selected were Ley land Hammond Verity Duckworth and Hardstaff. Gimblett was a certainty. He was the most promising batsman he had seen. Not Only in physique but in style too he reminded him of Dempster the new Sealander. Larwood is finished As a fast Bowler Fairfax said when asked about the prospects of that player. He is unlikely to be selected not because of the Bod line controversy but because he has become Only a medium Pace Bowler due to foot trouble. He has been forced to reduce his run and although his deliveries have proved effective against Tail Enders they Are not so Good against experienced players. Cricket school Success Fairfax said the eight Ball Over which would be played in Australia found favor with the English bowlers although the six Ball Over remained in county Cricket. The Fairfax Cricket school is the largest of its kind in London and last Winter attracted As Many As 1,500 patrons a week. Hird the former new South Wales cricketer and l. Constantine the West indies player Are on the coaching staff. Fast medium and slow wickets Are Avail Able for practice. Fairfax said that australian outdoor coaching methods offered Little room for improvement. Fast motor car trip to buy stud mares or. C. A. Haigh accompanied by his Trainer e. H. J. Shaw made a particularly fast journey by motor car to attend the sales in Melbourne. They left. Add Lair at 9 o can dlr on thursday morning and were in Melbourne at 10 o clock that night. They attended the Sale on Friday and left the Vic Torian capital at 5.30 . On the return trip. Staying the night at Bordertown. They reached Adelaide at midday today. Or. Haigh purchased a couple of Brood mares to add to his stud at bal Crest bal Hannah. One was mops by Devizes from Perdita by Wallace in foal to chivalrous and the other Anesetti by buckwheat from a Marco Mare in foal to the night patrol. Or. W. H. Schlink. Of Glenross stud on the West coast was also at the Melbourne Sale and returned in time to see the racing at Victoria Park today. Or. Schlink purchased six mares. One was win sine sister to Graf Zep Pelin a by windbag also Praise by Devizes from great applause with a fill foal by windbag. Others were Amy flight by spel Thorne served by Marc along. Jay Walker dam of outpost by Toorak served by vitality lady artful dam of reciprocally tres Sady served by the night Pat Roland Dorcas. By chivalrous served by thracian. Mrs. Dionne stands firm newest baby to be reared by parents bereft of quintuplets Montreal. Saturday. Mrs. Dionne firmly declared last night that her newest babe a boy born on thursday will be reared in his parents House not in the quintuplets Hospital across the rns a from her to inf in the Little town of Callander. This baby boy added to the five quintuple girls born two years ago makes a total of 11 children under the age of nine years in the world s most spectacularly fecund family. The latest addition is a perfectly formed boy. Who weighed 8 la. At birth. Though fabulously Rich today com pared with their utter poverty two years ago before the quintuplets arrived the Dionne shut themselves off from professional advice during this confinement. Mrs. Dionne returned to the frugal custom of her forefathers by depending upon the neighbor Hood midwife for attendance Dor ing the present blessed event True she received an official Call on thursday morning from or. Joyal a physician of the town of Callander but he merely approved the expert work done by the midwife. Or. Dafoe nut wanted or. Dafoe who attended mrs. Dionne two years ago and Whf has made a Fortune for his services to the quintuplets was conspicuous by his absence mrs. Dionne on this occasion for the Advent of the quins brought bitter experiences As Well As great wealth and world notoriety to this amazing family. Or. And mrs. Dionne were so very helpless when the five girl babes arrived together in their household that the Ontario government backed or. Dafoe with unlimited funds and authority to preserve the lives of these wonderful babes and administer their estates. A Hospital was erected across the Street from the family s original dwell ing and there by a special act of legislature the babes Are being reared with the utmost scientific care completely isolated from their envious Brothers and Sisters and their bitterly protesting parents. For instance or. And mrs. Dionne refused to attend the quintuplets Sec Ond birthday anniversary on May 28, when thousands of visitors Over whelmed the Little town of Callander crowding Dionne Street to gaze through the plat Glass windows which protect the precious youngsters from disease and other Public contamination officials of the government of Ontario believe that their province has benefited by millions of Dol Lars from the tourist traffic induced by the presence of the quintuplets in the formerly secluded Little town. Meantime the parents have been steadily protesting that their offspring Are not allowed to grow up naturally. Or. Dionne recently refused to meet the Premier of Ontario when be came to Callander for a special conference. However the roman Catholic Church to which the Dionne belong supports the governmental authorities in their unusual arrangements for these children As it is generally con ceded that they would have succumbed As infants if or. Dafoe had not taken strenuous and very costly met iinds for their reservation. Since the quintuplets Advent was advertised there has been a tremendous Boom in multiple births All Over the North american continent. Quadruplets in a Connecticut family for instance have occupied great news paper limelight in Florida two Young men have gone to court to Settle a quarrel Over which is the father of Triplet girls who were born shortly after a divorce in a Camuy. The co respondent now claims that he and not the official husband is the real father of the interesting Trio. The children have a prospective value As vaudeville attractions. Suggestion to Purchase surplus Wool Trade dispute outcome Canberra. Saturday. Of a settlement of the Trade dispute with Japan is not reached it May be necessary to set about establishing a government financed Wool realisation organisation on the lines of Basra to stabilise the Market and maintain prices. The object of such an organisation which is being suggested in political circles would be to Purchase Wool which otherwise would have gone to Japan and to hold it for realisation at a favourable time. Large capital would be required for the undertaking surplus Wool buying could be financed either by a government loan supplemented by a Grant from Revenue or by an Advance from the common wealth Bank. The Commonwealth Hopes that a satisfactory settlement will be reached shortly in the dispute with Japan but if thl hone is not realised it will be forced to consider some Way of pre venting embarrassment to Australia s greatest primary Industry. A message from Tokio says that the commercial journal Chugai Shugyo predicts an embargo on the importation of various metals in retaliation for Australia s latest Tariff measures. A japanese shipping representative stated that Trade Between Japan. South Africa and South America would in crease considerably following the australian Boycott. He predicted the construction of several fast motor liners for this Trade. another Fine Day is expected to Morrow by the government meteorologist or. Bromley. It is probable that there will be freshening northerly winds and a Milder Day temperature. It is rather difficult however to say whether it will be Clear to Morrow said or. Bromley. Cloud is a very hard thing to anticipate woman shot in the Back Potice search Melbourne saturday. Resi dents of Queen s Parade Clifton Hill were startled when they heard two shots ring out and a woman s scream late tonight. They saw a woman stagger and run across the Footpath in the direction of the Park. When men went to her assistance it was found that she had been shot in the Back. She was taken to St. Vincent s hos Pital. It is understood that her name is Flora Mckinley and that she is a Domestic servant employed in a City hotel. Her condition is not serious. It is believed that police Are look ing for another woman who is said to have fired the shot. Stop press Call of ca3.d at the Call of the card tonight Bon Dilla the tasmanian water Loo cup Winner. Benny shackles Jack Wisp and the tramp were Best backed for the Centennial Waterloo cup the tramp finishing a pronounced favorite. Benny shackles was backed to win �500, and Jack Wisp to win �600. The tramp also was backed for �600. Badminton mixed doubles championship. Final j. Dicker miss Mckay d. J. Paech miss f. Newman 15 7, 415, 1511. Ship entrants in color on Page 1 of the Magazine Section of this Issue six of the entrants in the Pioneer ships com petition Are presented in color. Pictures of the other six entrants vill be published in coir later. On other pages of the mail Are Page Cable news. S racing ?. 4-6 radio and motoring. 12 football ? 13 women s Section 17-22 �5 prize for knitters 22 gardening ? 24

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