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Adelaide Mail (Newspaper) - July 18, 1936, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia Haig s Scotland s oldest whisky Clipper tobacco Large Plage for pipe smokers Light and dark Price and Quality Salta everybody sole agent Cornell limited. Adelaide Swift move on marketing referendum plan follows privy Council Case Cabinet to meet without consulting states Swift action to protect existing marketing legis lation is to be taken by the Commonwealth govern ment following the privy Council s decision in the James dried fruit Case. Without waiting to consult the states Federal Cabinet will meet in Melbourne on tuesday to arrange an Australia wide referendum to be conducted by january at the latest this will seek an amendment to Section 92 of the Federal Constitution to give the Commonwealth definite Power to control Trade Between the states. The Federal parliament will sit about the Middle of August to pass enabling legislation for the referendum. As a result the premiers conference which was to have been held in Adelaide on August 26, May be postponed. Or. F. A. Jamesr. By upholding the Appeal of or. Frederick Alexander James of South Australia the privy Council ruled that the Commonwealth is bound by Section 92 of the Constitution which says that Trade Between the states must be absolutely free. Federal Cabinet on tuesday will Dis cuss the Date of the referendum and the draft amendment to be submitted in the poll. The referendum to be effective must give a majority of votes in the whole of Australia and a major Ity in four of the six states in favor of the amendment sought to Section 92. Because the matter is one of extreme urgency the Federal parliament which was to have met on september 10, will now be summoned in about four weeks to Deal with the necessary legis lation for the conduct of the proposed referendum. The referendum will Fol Low three months after the final enact ment of the legislation by the Senate. When interviewed today the Premier or. Butler expressed the belief that the whole question would be reviewed at the premiers conference a postponement of which he regarded As Likely. He Felt sure that Means would be found to overcome the difficulties caused by the privy Council s Deci Sion and thought that the common wealth would not take any action without first consulting the states. Or. Butler said that the decision was one of great magnitude although he did not View it with any great alarm. To some extent at least the privy Council decision would entail the Revi Sion of legislation in Force or contemplated. Referring to legislation for the fixing principally of a Home consumption Price for wheat or. Butler said that there were other constitutional difficulties involved in that scheme. He did not anticipate any dislocation of present marketing systems until the governments of Australia had had time to reconsider the whole position. States9 fears of amendment Melbourne saturday. With the dried fruits and butter industries faced with chaos As a result of the privy Council ruling the Federal govern ment Realises from past experience that it would be impossible to achieve unanimity among the states on any amendment to the Section in time to prevent the collapse of the marketing Structure. Three states Western Australia Tasmania and South Australia to ome extent Ijmte shown their an Suun Nesb to Sanction any Amend ment be ease they fear that it would give sweeping Powers to the Commonwealth and eliminate All state control of marketing. After a Long conference with the acting attorney general senator Brennan today the prime minister car. Lyons said that he expected the full text of the privy Council s judg ment to be cabled in time for discus Sion by Federal Cabinet on tuesday. The two industries mainly affected were dried fruits and butter added or Lyons. The decision also meant that without adequate Commonwealth Powers the projected legislation for a Home consumption Price for wheat could not be enacje4� -,.-v All Commonwealth marketing legis lation and some state marketing boards Are rendered ineffective by the decision of the privy Council. Those affected Are dried fruits control Board. Commonwealth Dairy produce equalisation committee Ltd. Dairy products boards created in Victoria new South Wales and Queensland to give effect to the equalisation scheme. Boards which have been set up purely to control exports Are not affected because their functions do not interfere with interstate Trade. Among them Are Dairy produce Export control Board. Canned fruits control Board and australian meat Board. According to or. W. K. Fullagar k.c., the privy Council judgment does not in any Way affect Commonwealth transport legislation. Alternative scheme submitted because the australian dried fruits association covers 95 Der cent of the production of dried fruits in austra Lia it is not expected by officials of the association that any difficulties will be experienced in the arrangements for Export of dried fruit As a result of the priv Council decision. Members of the association Are Gene rally agreeable to the present quotas for Export. Thev recognise that the decision Means that growers who do not desire to Export Are not bound to do so now. If a sufficient number of growers decided not to Export. The result of sell in e their products on the local Market would create such a depression of prices As to produce chaos in the local Market. That could be prevented by members adhering to quota arrange ments for Export an alternative scheme to the pre sent marketing system oreo red in anticipation of the privy coun cil s decision has been submitted to the Federal government Accord ing to the president of the . Or. H. D. Howie who is at Ben Mark. The effect of the privy Council s decision to remit the trial of the James dried fruits marketing Case to the High court is that the Case will now be tried on the question of damages claimed by or. James through Commonwealth marketing legislation. This explanation was Given by the Dean of the faculty of Law at the Mel Bourne University prof. Bailey today. Prof. Bailey said that the High court trial would not be on the question of Law. Which had been settled by the privy Council but on the facts of or. James Case. According to cabled reports or. James intends to apply to the High court for costs amounting to at least �25,000. He said that his business had been nearly wrecked by the govern ment s alleged action in continually seizing goods other references on pare 2. Champion of jockeys win for r. Lewis Melbourne. Saturday. There was a remarkable demonstration when r. Lewis Rode Wilirene Back to scale As the Winner of the Malvina welter at Caulfield this afternoon. Wilirene took charge at the distance and. Hard rid Den Defeated Aranan with Dema a Opp in third place. The cheering commenced from All parts of the ground when it was seen that Wilirene had he race in her keeping. It was a magnificent Demon stration on the crowd s part in re cognition of r. Lewis the Doyen of a 1 1 australian lockers. It was Lewis first win for More than two years he has not Ridden a Ursa Deal but he showed today even b. Lewis though he is 57. That he still is the Complete horseman and that age to a Man who keeps himself As fit As Sci docs cannot Dull his nerves or his will1 to win. Record flight with patient completing what is believed to be the longest aeroplane ambulance flight in australian civil aviation. Pilot c. Kleinp in a Macrobertson Miller Cabin plane. Reached Par afield aerodrome at dusk today with a sick passenger. Who had become seriously ill at Hall s Creek. The passenger was or. P. S. Wyett an Adelaide broker. He was accompanied by his wife who left Adelaide last Friday week to be at the bedside of her sick husband. In making the 2,000-mile flight to Hall s Creek mrs Wyett overcame a Long fear of planes. I am no longer afraid of the air she said on her arrival at Par afield tonight. In similar circumstances i would go again. Apart from the worry Over or. Wyett s condition the flight was excellent and in this respect or. Wyett s and my own thanks Are due to Pilot Leinig who gave us a wonderfully comfortable flight to Adelaide. The use of the aeroplane and the nurses at the australian Inland Mission at Hall s Creek saved my husband s life mrs. Wyett said. So serious was or. Wyett s Condi Tion that Little Hope was held for his recovery. Leaving Hall s Creek or Wyett was so ill that we could make Only a Short stage of the return flight but his health gradually improved until today we decided to make a last dash for the City and covered 900 Miles ship May become total loss ashore in . Waters Sydney. Saturday. Swept from her moorings in the flooded Grey River and thrown help less on the rocks of Grey Mouth new zealand Harbor bar today the Freigh Ter Abel Tasman Well known on me australian coast will it is feared be come a total loss. The Sydney Crew of 29 men have been rescued by Means of a breaches buoy rigged to the Shore. . Flashes from the ship after it struck the rocks were picked up in Sydney by beam amalgamated wire less. The first message announcing the freighter s plight was received at 5.15 . New zealand time and sent to the Deputy director of navigation capt n. G. Ros Kruge. Subsequent messages to the of rfcs messes. H. C. Sleigh told a thrilling Story. The Abel Tasman a freighter of 2,047 tons plying Between Eastern australian ports and new zealand was loading Timber for Sydney at a berth three quarters of a mile from the bar in Grey River. Loading had been delayed by heavy rain and the River was in flood. The ship had her Anchor cables out As Well As Ordinary Springs and the engine was running. Despite this the current was so Strong that everything carried away. Caught in the grip of the flood the freighter was washed downstream like a Straw at terrific Pace. The Captain had no Chance of squaring her to the bar As a heavy sea was running and she was Flung upon the rocks at the Northern spit the Crew was in peril As it appeared that the battering Waves would break up the ship. A breaches buoy was rigged to the Shore and one by one the 29 men were rescued safely. This has been a particularly Treache Rous spot for shipping a recent Case being the stranding of the freighter Amana. Moves to quell Garrison revolt London saturday. Martial Law has been declared at Melilla in Spanish Morocco where according to a com Munique from the Spanish minister of communications col elite la revolted with the troops of the Garrison. Gen. Morato commander in chief of Spanish Morocco is Rushing to the town and believes that he can speedily suppress the rising. An official broadcast from Madrid indicates that land sea and air forces Are being sent against the rebels. Earlier references on Page 9. Beauty and two beasts at the Centen Nial dog show mrs. W. J. Netherton holding Moorland Cle left and Moorland Blit son in readiness to Teko them before the judge at the poultry and Kennel club s Centennial show which waa continued at Bayville showgrounds this afternoon. Moorland Blit son was adjudged the Best dog in the alsatian class at the show. . Side v. India offers guide to team for test tour selectors tussle with Many problems London. Saturday. England s team to meet India in the second test at Manchester on july 25 was announced today. It is expected to offer a guide to the personnel of the . Side to tour Australia. The team to play India is g o. Allen Middlesex. E. W. V. Robins Middlesex. I w. K. Hammond Gloucester. J m. Leyland Yorkshire. J h. Verity Yorkshire. L. B. Fishlock Surrey. J. Hardstaff Notts. G. Duckworth Lancashire. A. Fagg Kent. J h. Gimblett Somerset. J a. R. Cover Surrey. The . Selectors have held Long meetings but Many problems remain to be solved. Critics gathered at lord s this week were almost unanimously pessimistic asking who was going to dismiss Brad Man and Mccabe. Some were asking also who would help o Reilly to get England out. There is no shortage of English fast bowlers although none is of Lar Vood s class but medium Pace Talent except Stephenson is More difficult to find and spin bowlers Likely to be Good enough for Australia Are still scarcer. The critics generally Are asking Why Stephenson was not chosen against India following his 9 for 46 in the lord s match this week. The daily mail laments Maryle Bone s policy of secrecy in preventing an explanation of Stephenson s non selection. Other critics approve the inclusion of the left handers Leyland Fishlock and fagg because they say Grimmett is reputed to dislike batsmen of that Type. Gover has earned his selection by sheer hard work but although he is a grand cricketer it is doubtful whether he possesses sufficient Devil to get rid of those terrible australians says one critic. The non selection of Wyatt is sur prising. Nevertheless he is out of form and has probably had too much Cricket recently. But we will certainly need him in Australia players England May choose by the mail Cricket writer England s touring Cricket Side to visit Australia will be chosen by the . Selectors this week end. England won the ashes in Australia in 1932-3 with its now famous leg theory attack. Will the team selected attempt to Emu late Jardine s Success with an off theory offensive while there is no Bowler in the Field with the devastating Speed of Larwood the English selectors have at their com Mand several men Able to make the Ball whip Back from the off at medium fast Pace. Two Are a. R. Gover of Surrey and j. W. A. Stephenson the Young army and Essex Bowler. They seem to have Marde themselves certainties by their deeds in the gentlemen v. Players game this week. Used by Maurice Tate most of Australia s test batsmen have had Little experience of the new Rule and they May find it difficult at first to Cope with a Ball lifting sharply off the pitch and breaking Back into their stumps. Maurice Tate used this Ball successfully in 1924 and 1928, Al though with him it was Only one of a variety of methods used to beat the batsman. Gimblett will probably be one of the opening batsmen. Others in the running for the no. 1 or no. 2 positions Are Wyatt of Warwickshire Mitchell of Yorkshire and fagg of Kent. One of these must be omitted. Mitchell s slip Fielding ability May gain him the pre Ference Over the others. Hammond and Leyland appear to be certainties while Hardstaff and Robins must also be placed in that category. The latter is the Only right Arm spin Bowler of class in England. Whether Captain or not. Holmes should gain a place on his Fine batting form in county Cricket this season. His All round ability will count heavily in his favor. One More place remains for a bats Man and a left hander will probably be chosen. Two stand out. They Are James Langridge the Sussex All Rounder who visited Australia last summer with Holmes . Team and l. B. Fishlock of Surrey. It is difficult to choose Between the two but the selectors May give Langridge the preference because of his left Arm length Bowling. Duckworth can be numbered among the certainties As first Wience keeper. There is More Competition for the Posi Tion of understudy but n. Mccorkell the diminutive Hampshire keeper seems to be favorite. Five Fustish bowlers apart from Allen and Holmes Are possibilities. Bowes is Likely to be Given preference with Gover and Stephenson As the two medium fast men. Fames Essex and Copson Derbyshire Are rivals for Bowes position but neither has had his experience of australian wickets. Verity automatically walks into the sixteenth place which would make the team g. O. Alien Middlesex Captain. E. R. T. Holmes Surre Icecap Tain. R. W. V. Robins Middlesex. H. Gimblett Somerset. A. Fagg Kent. W. R. Hammond Gloucester. J. Hardstaff Notts. M. Leyland Yorkshire. Jas. Langridge Sussex. J. W a. Stephenson Essex. H. Verity Yorkshire. W. E. Bowes Yorkshire. A. R. Gover Surrey. A. Mitchell Yorkshire. G. Duckworth Lancashire. N. Mccorkell Hampshire. Duchess of Kent to live quietly London saturday. The. Duchess of Kent will probably begin to curtail her Public engagements in seven or eight weeks the daily mail has teamed on Good authority. She and the Duke Wilt then spend More time at the Coppins their country Home in bucking h a m Shire. There the Auto r i t i e a after yester Day s episode at Well i n g t o n Arch in Lon Don where the King s life was Duchess of Kenton ent Endang e r e a have increased the police Protection. The Duchess formerly Prin Cess Marina of Greece is in her thirtieth year. She was married to the Duke of Kent a brother of the King in novem Ber 1934, and a son. Prince Edward was bom on october 9, 1935. Killed in Cycle race Brisbane saturday. The Amateur cyclists teams trial event on the Sand Gate Road today ended tragically when c. Vafi Lenkov 19, of Cooper Plains a member of the Gold Fern wheelers club collided with a motor car and was killed instantly. First singles to Crawford Henkel retires when trailing 6-2, 6-2 quist injures ankle London. Saturday. Henkel Germany s second string in the Davis cop retired through indisposition after Jack Crawford Australia had taken two sets from him 6 2, 6 2, in the Davis cup inter zone final at Wimbledon today. Quist won the first set against von Cramm 64, but in the first game of the second fell heavily and Hurt his right ankle. Play was held up while doctors were called. After a Short adjournment play was resumed and inn Cramm won the second set. 6 4. Herr Kleinschroth manager of the German team said that Henkel did not intend to finish the match As he realised that he could not last the full distance. It is understood that Lund will part Ner von Cramm in the doubles if Hen Kel is not fit on monday. But it is obvious that the germans who have no singles players except von Cramm and Henkel capable of extending the australians Are banking on Henkel s recovering in time to give quist a real match. He could not have been scratched for one single and have played in the other. Henkel until today had not lost a set in the Davis cup singles of 1936. The weather was threatening and the Tarpaulin was not removed from the court until just before play began. A fierce wind made conditions a plea j Sant. Henkel was still weak alter the j Chiu be caught recently and the decision to play him was deferred As late As possible. The number one court was not an imposing setting for the match but was chosen to preserve the Centre court turf for the Challenge round. Four thousand people were present when Crawford and Henkel began the first match of the rubber. The court was extremely fast. Hen Kel foot faulted on his first service and Crawford took the game to 15 when Henkel double faulted. Crawford won his service to love a Fine Ace Down the German s Centre line following deep and finely placed driving and slices to Henkel s Back hand. Henkel was slow to get going in the troublesome wind which also caused Crawford to miss time some shots but be won the third with drives which twice found Crawford on his wrong foot. Superb backhand shot Henkel won the third game on his service but Crawford replied with a love game. In the fifth game Crawford produced a super backhand drive for which he stretched to his full length. He played the Ball very Low sending it flying Back past forehand Henkel standing helpless and astonished in mid court Henkel made a hard fight in this game but his forehand was unreliable on Short balls while Craw Ford often coming up volleyed with deadly sureness. Henkel seemed weak and Apa thetic Bis game lacking its usual determination and Bis service being less fierce than snal he was unable greatly to trouble Crawford who led 4 1 when be took the German s service to 15. Crawford was thus far very much the master of his opponent who was out of health and form but nevertheless by courageous retrieving took the seventh game to service. Crawford following crisply took the eighth for the set in 15 minutes. The struggle thus far was unequal Crawford s admirable form showing a close concentration in disturbing conditions. Why Henkel plated Henkel took the seventh game to love Crawford striking a Patch of errors in returning the other s service. That ended Henkel s resistance. Craw Ford won the set in 20 minutes. At that stage the Umpire announced the retirement of Henkel As he was unable to continue. It had been obvious from the Start that Henkel who is normally a strenuous player was not himself. It is understood that Bis decision to play was not due to the Hope of beat ing Crawford but of regaining sufficient strength Over the week end to give him a Chance against quist. Evenly matched the times Tennis writer says that it is difficult to think of two teams More evenly matched. The australians form in the Wimbledon championship was top poor to be True. If the australians Are at Fher Best they will probably win. The draw if anything favors Australia who. Nevertheless must make the most of their chances Wallis Myers in the daily Tele graph says that quist is playing much More confidently now than he did in the championships. The australians having greater physical reserves should carry both singles on the third Day. Enabling them to reach the Chal Lenge round against Britain. Result of Onist Ron Cramm match in Stop press. London saturday. Budge and Grant the americans playing against Hughes and Tuckey Britain under Davis cup conditions Defeated the britons 64. 62. 108. Jack Crawford to whom Henkel forfeited when trailing 6 2, 6 2 in the Davis cop inter zone final. Jack Henkel trailing 6 2, 6 the Avis Ter zone final. Crash by plane in take off met to urn. Sati Irria. Vlf Hen the plane in which they were returning to Essendon aerodrome struck a Fence and overturned in a paddock about three Miles away just after Iney Naa Taser on Ai dusk Idu evening Ronald Larsen 16, the Pas Senger received serious head injuries including a fracture of the base of the Skull and George Thomson the Pilot had his head badly Cut. The Accident occurred at the spot where Harry Zacher dived to his death in an aeroplane exactly a year ago. Another plane which had gone out with Thomson s machine landed nearby and picking up the injured boy flew him Back to the aerodrome. Larsen is in the Melbourne Hospital in a Cri tical condition and the Pilot has been detained for observation. The Pilot of the second machine t. Mairs who incidentally was a Passen Ger in the windhover when it was wrecked at King Island a Short while ago did not know of. The other machine s plight until his passenger pointed to it on the ground below in a tangled Heap of wreckage about 30 Yards from the Fence which it had struck when taking off. Mair landed alongside the wrecked machine and with the assistance of others who had rushed to the spot placed the injured youth in the Pas Senger seat of his own plane and new him Back to the aerodrome. Mainly Fine tomorrow the weather tomorrow should be finer than today said the govern ment meteorologist or. Bromley in his forecast for the metropolitan area. Rain today was due to the development of a disturbance from Tasmania but with the barometer rising it should be mainly Fine to Morrow. A few showers were pos sible but heavy rain was unlikely. Stop press Davis cup Tennis quist v. Von Cramm in the first set quist secured a 5 2 Lead. After losing the next game held two set Points. He lost one when von Cramm met a Crisp Volley with a dazzling Cross court backhand leaving quist gasping and the other when he mistimed a backhand drive. He took the set however on von Cramm s service. When quist fell in the first game of the second set play was held up for five minutes while quist s right ankle was bandaged on the court. Quasi was obviously shaken and began making errors in shots for which he had to run. As a result von Cramm ran up a Lead of 51. Quist made a big Effort to deprive the German of three set Points. Although he was unable to turn quickly he fought his Way to 4 5. But went Down to a magnificent service in the tenth game. Von Cramm wins 46, 64, 46, 64, 119. I 10 per cent. Lower Ujj i every Day i in the year ii Ibn much be can 9ive a us t Iii m the style that the human is u hand can shape into it but h a hand work is More costly. A i i .1� Seldom is it found in Moder w i 1 lately priced suits. 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