Adelaide Mail in Adelaide, South-Australia 24 Jun 1933
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Adelaide Mail (Newspaper) - June 24, 1933, Adelaide, South Australia
National Library of Australia witty words hurry enter for �20 contest lost no time enter at one for the third witty words contest which closes at 8 pm. Next monday. Entries rec Elred by Post on tuesday morning will to accepted. Send pos a notes if possible. Do not Send coins through Post. Prizes Are first �15. Five prizes of 10/ each. And 10 prizes of 5/ each. Prize Money lodged with Mali advertising manager. ? ? Entrance fee of 64. Minimum entitles you to scud three answers relating to one or More of the three phrases below. You need it answer All three phrases you can answer an one phrase three times if you like. And Vou can Send any number of answers about any of the phrases As Long As you enclose 6d. Extra for each additional three answers. A you have to do is think of two witty words about each phrase that you decide to answer but your words must begin with the same initial letters As the phrase to which they relate. Here Are some of the entries already received entrants must not Send these or any in previous lists n again bar racking condemned Bally colonials. Bankrupt clubs. By Bye Cricket balks centuries Back Cut. Bellowing calves bitter cup. Stony broke same boat. Singing ballads Sand banked Straw Beds. Sure betting shiny breeches sentimental Bloke struck Bottom. Selling. Boot get. Successful burglary. Sydney Bridge spots bets stiff Backer. Shop girl stylish gait. Sheiks Gapa. Snubs Galoost. Shows gumption. Soft goods Seldom grumbles. Should t gush. Each entry will be carefully studied. And the wittiest answer wins the Money. You May win More than one prize. The decision of the judge. My. S. Talbot Smith is legally binding. Lodge i so entries a bos at Lawrence s tobacco store. Or. Bundle and Kine William streets. I please note. Entries and Cash lodged in this Box most be in sealed envelope. They will not be accepted Over the counter. Post or deliver to witty words contest is dment s Busl Dia f2nd floor. Bundle Street. A Elarde. Witty words contest no. 3 three answers Tor 6_ bar racking b ? condemned ? a Stony s ? broke ? b ? shop s ? girl ? 0 ? name ? address ? a but Rios pm be sent on Plain paper. J of us in news june 23. Advertiser june 2s. Mall july 1. No. 2 prizewinners prizes in no. 2 contest Hare been allotted by Hie Juille or. 5. Talbot Smith As Fol 1 Iowa �15 first prize h. J. Tonkin. I Ryan Street. Moonta. Divorce court did t Click five 10/ prizes mrs. W. Bowers Ala la divorce court disillusion conclusion or. T. A. Butler m Orchard ave nue Everard Park disastrous Ca noodling Joseph Paramor Williams. 29 Lingana Avenue. King s Park twins again tops ave rages or. E. Pitkin. 4 Cameron Road. Haw Thorn Topping average mrs. M. E. Thom son. 134 Alexandra Avenue Noorai team arriving. Ten 5/ prizes or. A. Ferber 49 Price Avenue Torrens part divorce court dodging Captivity mrs. Winters. 7 Hanson Street. City Devil s Church also a. Crawford. 14 railway Terrace. Mile end miss f. Olsen Koom Parton Torrens Road Cheltenham dog cat 1 1 or. K. Cameron. Wai Cerle and e. L. Nuenke 7 Park Avenue Hyde Park world flyers Way finders k. F. Mclachlan. 23 Northumberland Street heat Pool whizz Lini 1or. William a. Mckenzie.93 Murray Avenue. Denmark and mrs. May Brougham. . South Australia twins again Telephone ambulance mrs. M. Tothill. 47 eighth Avenue St. Peters Hanks Ames. Cheques liar Tiger. I Stefl. Fourth �20 contest Helow Are the three phrases for the fourth _ witty word i contest. Conditions and a Riz Money Are the same As in no. 3 contest retries close it s . On monday july 3. Witts words contest no. 4 three answers for 63. Policeman p ? robbed ? b ? Davis d ? cup ? c ? Mother in Law m ? arrives ? a ? name ? address ? s results in news july 3. Mall july g. Witty words contest copyright. Advt i \ big removal 1 shoe clearance Ujj Jeffrie s \ i Gawler place a feature drastic Price reductions prior to Complete removal to our new 1 premises in Kither s building 31 King j William Street Wear making a specie j clearance of numerous lines noted High Grade qualities a j Large selection my 6b& latest styles. J special bargain i a Ujj \ groups. From 11/ / u \ Large selection latest court shoes in \ smart styles also welted shoes have been marked Down under Cost for Quick clearance. I i Call in tomorrow. The savings Are Worth while. ? i m a m i 4 ? Caviler place Adelaide ? Zulj \ visitors to Sydney \ j Tor tre convey Iii be o it store i 4 2 a Lucy arrant Etael have been Nav i the news and the mail ? ? j t?1f 1 i Nubler to of % r l. Wilson. $ Holst j % i irn to i a real. H Jur 2 i jul a i a Jurf raw Sie world conference faces third week or. Macdonald in optimistic mood rumours of adjournment ridiculous he says wheat statement soon London. Saturday. The world conference of 66 nations faces its third week on an optimistic note in spite of the seeming Lack of Progress during the past fortnight. Air. Ramsay Macdonald. As president of the can Fumico told press representatives this afternoon that he was look ing Forward to next week with a very buoyant and hopeful heart. He ridiculed rumours that the conference would adjourn soon and said that the great efforts being made to restore world Trade would continue until some definite result was reached. A tentative understanding for wheat restriction Between the big wheat four Australia Canada the United states and the Argentine May be announced on monday but or. Bruce is insistent that no announcement shall be made pending the framing of a practical scheme that will be fair to Australia. Not discouraged by . Attitude or. Macdonald told the journalists that he was not discouraged by tie United states attitude on the Dror Cosakis for the temporary stabilisation of currencies which he described As a Little setback with not very much in it. American conditions were for the moment very difficult to make temporary stabilisation Doss ble. Although it was an Onen question Many Reg possible then earnestly working for the Necess of the conference Felt that the final Utility of temporary stabilisation became doubtful if it were Likely to break the toward ten Dency of prices in the United Stales. There was a suggestion abroad that the conference should adjourn. Lie could not imagine a More foolish suggestion to be made at the present moment. Conference going on j recalling the efforts of the last 12 j months to get the conference convened. Or. Macdonald declared that if it were to adjourn now. With a View to resuming in the autumn the chances vere that the world situation instead of being better would be considerably worse. Nothing would have a worse effect than such an adjournment upon the determination of practically the whole of the nations of the world to get some Settle ment of the world s economic woes. The conference was Nina on. He declared emphatically. There were Inte rests perhaps which wanted to destroy the conference altogether. But he hoped the press would steadily resist that influence. All who had had experience in previous International conferences knew that they were slow working machines and that the end of the second week was always the time when pessimism began to show itself As language and other difficulties by that time made themselves Felt. He had at this conference Felt de pressed on certain Days As he was when the Lausanne conference was trembling in the balance Laet year. But next week would be one of co ordination As the committees acquired some sense of the Biz Ness of the task on which they were engaged. Those committees were now in full working order. Eight sub committees of the economic and monetary commissions of the world conference sat privately today for a de tailed consideration of Yarious Nii tiflis be f erred to them. It is new apparent that the Dele Gates of the larger nations have been manoeuvring for position. The speeches at the conference committees neither fully nor finally defining their policies. This discovery has put Nev. Heart into the smaller countries which were unaccustomed to what the late Thomas Bent of Victoria used to Call the tick tacks of politicians. Can England give Lead today delegates were puzzling Over the implications of America s swing Back towards inflation and isolation and1 whether England. Midway Between America and France in a Broad general policy can unite them and give a three nation Lead to the rest of the world. France 6 proposals for the limitation of production of certain products Are taking shape with exceptionally wide exemptions. Hungary and Sweden have at another sub committee staged a discussion on rub lie indebtedness which is being eagerly debated. The smaller european coun tries Are envisaging not auly War debts but other inter governmental debts. This has somewhat perturbed Britain and France which cannot however Well object if it can be proved that the univer Sal Trade barriers preclude payment either in Cash or kind. World economic conference. Unlike arms conference j sir Herbert Samuel the Liberal Leader speaking at Manchester tonight about the Progress at the world conference said that with this conference unlike the Dis armament conference unanimity was not essential though it was desirable. If a group of countries agreed to lower the obstacles to their Mutual Trade that would be an important 6tep in Advance. Wheat Market in East Washington. Saturday. Or. Morde Cai Ezekiel. Brain Trust adviser to the Secretary of agriculture or. Wallace estimates that the wheat surplus of 350 million bushels could be Eold in the Orient if bargain prices were quoted and a Hearty Selling Campaign inaugurated. Pleasant evenings round the fireside a cartoon by Low in the London evening Standard e to the first census for 12 years on thursday Many questions to be answered thursday has been fixed As the offi Cial Day for taking a census of the Commonwealth the first for 12 years but sack a huge task cannot be completed in 24 hours. The collection alone of the census papers will take More than a week and probably it will be 12 months before All the details Are published in Book form. In South Australia More Tahn 1,000 people in addition to the permanent elec toral officers will help to ascertain the state s numerical strength. On monday the first of the papers will be distributed. Householders and others will have a few Days m which to study the 18 questions to be answered and on thursday the collectors will 6tart their round. It will be the collectors duty to see that the forms have been filled n correctly. The head of each House will receive a White paper form one. Apart from the 18 general questions asked he has to Tell the names of every person whether rela Tive Domestic or Friend who stayed in his House on the night of june 29. He Ateo has to give the essential details of the building such As the material of which it is built and the number of rooms. Questions to be answered other individuals will fill in form 2, a White paper. The penalty for not filling in a census paper is �10, and for a false declaration �50. What relation to tie head of me House Are Yout Sou Boarder visitor or servant must Beo old. Whether or not they Are residing in the same House the number of children under 16 be enumerated. Conditions of marriage and Orph nod must be expressed in definite terms whether the i Ersan is widowed and remarried or divorced and not remarried whether one either or both if the parents Are dead. Nationality race whether full or half cast Birthplace and religion Are important questions but it is emphasised that All answers will be regarded As confidential. The statistician wants to know whether you attended a government private Home school or University what foreign languages you speak. If you served with the australian fives what unit incomes Are divided into seven sections one of which provides for the unemployed and the cause of their misfortune and three other sections Are to show How the income Are earned and what Trade a occupied in Thi class of Industry. The questions May appear complicated at a. First glance but the statistician has Given examples to be followed and the collectors will Clear any Point which is not understood. Austrian nazis use plane in propaganda threat to remove Chancellor mail special representative r. Vienna. Saturday. M a be Tole the austrian Chancellor Llor Ujj Alfues As due to speak at Linz on his efforts to combat the nazis an aeroplane flew Over the Tom and Dro Raed leaflets containing a cd i him jew Pant a Proksch. A nazi Leader now in hiding threatening to deprive or do Russ of Power. A lower House of Paris Talent Defeated the Ilazi mandates Bill entail thu the expulsion of eight nazi members. Thus the Chancellor or. Do fuse k not getting Complete parliamentary support a his of lorts to Check a threatened Gaz revolution. The nazi burgomaster of Kitz Jauchl has been sentenced to 10 weeks imprisonment and fined �30 for nazi activities. Union w1thhungary? London. Paris Corres do Dent of the Manchester guardian ears that a French Semi official state ment has been issued denying Liat Ais cushions have occurred with tue Little entente about the italian proposal Forte Union of Austria and Hungary. But the existence of such a Oro Poasi is Dot denied. Signor Mussolini. H is Learned made the Dro Dosal simultaneously to the British and Trench governments. A majority of French ministers Are believed to Ivor it As Beina a lesser evil than an Autro German Union. But the Little entente 1 Ueo Slavia. Roumania. And Czecho Slovakia Are strongly opposed to the italian plan. Stowaway was aptly named Melbourne. Saturday. Stowaway. Exp. Monterey Suva. Bright ii r. A behind this item in the official Passen Ger it of the Mariposa which berthed at Melbourne lies an unusual Story. Reg. Bright a Young Man from Toma Hawk Creek stepped ashore emiling cheerily even though he had travelled Over some thousands of Miles in a fruit less search for work. He is one of a family of nine living near Pirron Allock and As they Are not in Brood circumstances he says he is not 2oinz there to make himself a Burden on his parents. Having saved some Money he vent to Sydney i search of a Job but finding nothing offering he remembered a Friend j at Suva. I the Only Way to set there was by 6to in away. He was within a Day of his Eoal when lip was discovered and the Suva court sentenced him to a month in gaol. It was an idyllic experience among Friendly warders the chief part of his sentence being a daily swim in the Blue Pacific but it lasted Only a week and then he was placed aboard the Mariposa for return to Australia. If there is a Job in Melbourne. I la set it he said As he was turned Loose today. The Chip s officers All 6poke highly of him. And declared he was not to. Usual Type of stowaway. Famine in Russia alleged London. Saturday m. Iier Tusky who led Tho russian revolution in 1317, but was displaced by the bolsheviks a few months later and Bas been cd exile from rus of a Ever since save that terrible Eon Dit inns of fru Niue exist in Rustia. In a letter to the times i declares that ? ukrainians Are eat ukr horses. Rat in l Vii human flew. Hiie the Nort in Calif asians Are eat hit the bark of to to. i Alam Tiet Swait Goi in the Aii Trinu. The w Orl conference should appoint an in Ortra International Oouinn Isi ipod if cd Ouirt. British mine not Likely to reopen broken Hill. Saturday. Persistent reports have been in circulation for about a week that the British mine will re open next Mouth. There is Little possibility of this however according to a statement by or. C. J. Emery the Gene ral manager of North mine who returned today from Melbourne. He said there is no likelihood of the British mine ? Beine reopened in the immediate future unless Metal prices improve and Lead sales increase Lead sales have improved during the past few months but the companies Are still carrying Large stocks of that Metal. Commonwealth of Australia census 30th june 1933 a census will be taken of All per sons in the Commonwealth of the night Between thursday 29th june and Friday 30th june 1933. A collector will deliver the Chenau schedules at every dwelling but any person who has not received the necessary census form on or before thursday 29th june is required to report at once to the nearest Post office or police station. E t. A Mcphee. Commir iwed to statistician. Penalty Ricafor refusing to j for prot xlu8 the wired untrue a Jill 1w information. ,nt-1v Champion loses title fight mail special representative Chicago. Saturday. Earner Ito a. The Cha so Boxer won the Liliu ii it Cham Din said of the world last night by out pointing Tony Canzoneri. Of Nev. York. In a 10-round bout. It was an unexpected win. And As a boxing Surprise was second Only to the defeat of Max be ii Eling by Maxie Baer a fortnight ago. Canzoneri an italian american is 24, j and is probably the youngest Boxer to win a world title. He gained the feat he i weight Crown when 19. Thonh he overstated his Aee to the now York Stato athletic Coin Mission which will not allow less than 21 to fight a 15-round bout. Canzoneri won the Feather tide Jiromi Benny Bass in 192s. And lost it the same Vear to Andre Routis. Fin Canidi tined in the lightweight class a draft Sammy Mandell for the title losing on Points. Then he lost a Points decision to Jack f kid Berg of Britain. In 1930 he knocked out Ai Singer to win the lightweight title in 1 min. 0 eee. The second quickest knockout for a Light weight title bout. Berg challenged Canzoneri. But the italian american Kmioc Kcal him out in three rounds and m another bout out pointed the briton. Since then Canzoneri had won consistently Aid was regal Jed As one of the Best losers. Wehili for weight in the world. Latt Mouth however lie oct n i ninth to Wesley Ramsey in a non title bout. Ramsey Lias been promised a mat a with the Winner of last night s fight. Ross is Little known outside America Audi forced himself into ,1 title bout by defeating Billy Petrollo. The Fargo a press who has defeat Teri and Jininev Mclarnin. Tie cram Dion. Rizu cigarette papers 100 per cent. Pure for your Throat s Sake use to other air raid mystery in Berlin were leaflets i dropped minister angry mail special representative Berlin. Saturday. Startling official reports that foreign of an unknown Type flew Over Berlin late yesterday and dropped pamphlets insulting the government appeared in the newspapers today. The papers were ordered to print the report prominently a their front pages although nobody seems to have seen the mystery planes and both the air police and the aerodrome authorities s to that they have no knowledge of them. The air minister Cape Goering said in the official report As the air police do not possess aircraft Pivor ii to porting machines pursued tout com i of overtake the intruders the newspapers were also ordered to publish an official statement strongly testing about Germany s defence estness in the air. The statement Ari pc pamphlets were dropped today Hijra explosives and incendiary bombs May be dropped to Morrow. Why have we no ? baby Bonus of �12 10/ for Loyal nazis j Berlin. Saturday j the Hitler government in its desire to keep women in the Hoin Iii Stead of in Industry has announced that a Bonus of �12 10/ a baby will be allowed to newly wedded couples who secure the housekeeping loan of �50, which the Gover mently recently offered. One fourth of the loan will be remitted for the first child while four children will j wipe out the entire amount. The loan will be granted Only to Noce giving whole hearted support to the nazi Cau a. Nazis arrest notable political opponents Berlin. Saturday the latest notable arrests Are those of Paul lobe express Dent of the Reich Stag and Herr Raisch Ner socialist sex minister of the Interior of Hesse. They Are charged with derogatory behaviour to the German delegation at Geneva. Herr erring a Catholic Deputy of Baden has also been arrested and charged with having aided opponents of the government. The Munich newspaper Bayer Sehe Curier official Organ o the bavarian Catholic people s party has been sus Pended for a week for reporting the or rest of priests which in conjunction with the arrest of Catholic Edfors was deemed to be a prelude to the Banning of the party. Several members of the party have Al i ready been dismissed from state and municipal employment. The nazi state government has decided that people taken into preventive Cus Tody must Bear the Coet o their own imprisonment. Author of nazi song was a jew j berl1x, saturday. The adj head quarters have been embarrassed by the i discovery that Robert Linderer author of a noted Sag Gong the official Mathein of the Germany Navy is a jew. I the Eong which the Kaiser loved be Gius proudly the Black White and red Flag is flying this Eong Wae so patriotic and popular that it was included in the i nazi Eong Book containing Only gems of j German poetry. J i the discovery was made by a journalist visiting a jewish cemetery. He found a Marble Tombstone erected by Berlin jews inscribed in memory of Luderer j i author of the song with which German j6ailor8 fight and die for the Victory and or Ory of the fatherland j plucky Brothers Start afresh on their own land i Melbourne saturday. Now that their mistake has been Riv Verej. The Jeffrey Brothers two Young poultry Farmers of Baxter near Frankston. Who worked for two years improving land be longing to someone else under the impression that it was their own have set out to Clear their own property and make a fresh Start. The Brothers Are englishmen. They came to Victoria seven years ago. And after working in Wilmera saved i Dougli to buy property at Baxter. They spent two arduous years editing and removing the Trees Aud scrub from the Small wilderness around lie House. They built fowl pens and planted potatoes but just when the holding a Iran to take on the appearance of a Weil kept Jaroni they found out their error. Disappointed but undaunted the set about transferring their Pior try. Neighbors came to their lid. A a the House was taken apart in Sert . Mounted on 6ledges, and a no the Road to be re erected. Tie 1. There have started to Clear the Laud a in. But this time they Are very sure it their in. Husbands Are invariably i Aino matrimonial disputes said anti be a r , after 28 years on the Xci Ork supreme court Bench. Read this wonderful letter about Eade s pills the world famous remedy for rheumatism gout sciatica or Lumbago j 24th Field brigade . J Sei Castle on Tyne \ save her 1932. Hits glad to say i had great Relief in four Zas after tuning your pills and / shall certainly continue their use i feel a new Man. And shall Vot fail to recommend the treatment to anyone who in unfortunate enough to suffer from sever rheumatism. W. Jaker. May thousands of people through j out the world can testify to the in j Marrable Efficacy of Eade s pills. Huu i dress of letters live been received by the proprietors every Oue Genni Iio. Re porting the marvellous results that Bave followed a few Days treatment i packed in two sizes and told he every he ii c ims chemist Brou gloat the command Haltli. I for certain results insist on jetting Eagle s pills. I a i i of pm a i i or of m by Imo a fit it a to tar do flood ys5b9�----5555s_______________s______________ m it i if Tolje m Cabinet fitted with divided cutlery drawer m la a ? Bakse m 1 is m i a new a 4rsiveti a enamelled bread bin ? of / m g m double door Safe at Bottom and ill Lonj Cathedral a ass doors St top. 4 it. ? in ? a Fin Pil 1 1. I m Oak leg and Frame table and two a i d Oak chairs All nicely Polte Nej ? / Lii Luicus of i l4l4c7c7/l4tz. men take monkish vows published in the times London. Saturday. A ceremony that had Tot been celebrated 111 Trie Church of England Euice the reformation was held at St. Chrysos Tom Church. London when 11 Young men. Before the Bishop of Southwark took vows almost identical with those of roman Catholic monks. They promised that they would not marry or possess Money or property throughout their lives accepting Only food and clothing. Their organisation is called the brother Hood of the holy Cross Aud was founded by the vicar of St. Cry ostomy a whom the Brethren Are pledged to obey. The brother have undergone Eglit years probation. They dress like roman Catho j lie monks wearing girdles and Are Bare headed. They will work in hostels and similar institutions in the Parish. Electric welding of ships displaces men London. Saturday. The Ciansi o riveting is now heard in scarcely a single British Shiv id because of the general employment of tie new process of electric welding of Uii. Tii ates. Which Are place eur e-3ee to ?.ic. A Workman with n single i i Iru Yuent. Weighing eight ounces joins Thorn As strongly As a gang of riveters Souid. The Speed at which Sorius -.?in i built is enormously increased. Altimu Uii our Tower men Are employed. Exp is with a rays Uno . To detect fault v w . A1,1,1., i. Ii. Is i ? ?. ? a a Tutti. Rigidity is a quote Jiuu 01io.- in. Rei rec ent Ativo of Trade in a shipbuilders me front a ill to a Veu s i.iilabor situation created by the ii Sinis i riveters. The King and Queen hold court London. Saturday. A number of Aue Traian visitors were among those presented at court at Buck Ingham Palace last night. They included mrs. Kegin Alil Tholon and the miss4?s Bette Adams ii. Joyce i Mary Hordern. May Anil Jean Mclaren. Constance Sampson. Helen and Ali Slippy Stephen of new South Wales or Dame John . Thomas Dale. John . And tie misses Vera be Avav. Margaret Brookes. Elizabeth Clarke. Marjorie Clarke. Maisie cow per. Gwendoline i Hughes. Bevorley Lansel. Patja Lan sell. Frames tym. And Anne Willis. In Victoria Mes Danice Henry Dutton and Leonard Poi in. Am miss Deborah Hackett. Of South Australia mrs. a lec Ian s Inez ski Cerlian. Of j . New be Iurii it is met dam. I John Cavil lira. Mrik St . Oiin Mclean. Morris. A thur Hli odos. Jack at is of. Aii i miss s Barbara Alloi i Liu nine Lloja ers. Jean boy is. T Ona and Joan Bio Adhav. Jov e Herdman. Kathly ii j Tunky. 3dfj Winifred Upton. Last Days of Sale i musical i instruments at h Correlus music store i 54 Grenfell Street. Adelaide ? definitely closing Down on ? tuesday next 11 a in. I on the premises. 54 Grenfell Street. H the balance of stocks will be offered by Public auction. ? everything must be cleared ? Theo. Bruce & co. I i pianos violins i player pianos accordions i t and other musical a Agio instruments ? phonographs Sheet music i band and orchestral music i must be cleared at any prior i Correll so music store i 54 Grenfell Street Adelaide b i Bibb is new French War boat carries 4 men and seven torpedoes Paris. Saturday. The latest is manned by Only four men. But it seven i rpm is. These Cali be Lii Harg a from any Point. To a tin method to not disclose Al. It is flew bed a a kind of net ibo i driven by two 1.100 . Onirine. Which i Tryc i snowed exceeding -0 . New gland preparation for rejuvenation Syri ? 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