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Adelaide Mail (Newspaper) - March 14, 1936, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia for scotch big Jef Clipper tobacco Large flags tar flaw Taw Saars Light and dark my Aad Quality Baa Ibiza Oak Sale Agate comma lop top. Apt ape. Danger on Rhine grim Effort by league to stave off War i retirement of German troops desired London. Sari Irav a nations Are anxiously awaiting the decision of the league Council. It is now considering in London the grave problem created by the German army s occupation of the Rhineland. Which has thrown the Shadow of War Over Europe. It is believed that much depends on Herr Hitler s response to the demand or the withdrawal of his troops. Even a partial withdrawal would for the time being satisfy Britain and perhaps enable her to persuade France to negotiate rather than resort to military action. According to a despatch received Early today from the times correspondent in Berlin the general View there is that Germany will neither withdraw her troops from the Rhineland nor surrender to a show of Force however overwhelming. Later messages from Berlin report that German Public opinion is apparently being prepared for unpleasant developments. The morning news papers reveal a fatalistic attitude to the league meeting and plead with Britain to enforce a reasonable solution hints arc Given to the Public to i a prep Ferd for sanctions. But the newspapers want the sooth Ameri can states that if they subscribe i to sanctions they May experience unpleasant an unexpected Reper i ens Sions. The w the Gravity of the problem can Hardin be exaggerated. There Are indications that the Locarno Powers other than Germany. ? by air. France. Ita a. And Belgium have not vet agreed on their recon on to the league Council info a of their discussions at several meetings. Representatives of these four Powers 11 meet again tonight further to con Sider the position. Members of the league Council who on january 24 agreed to hold their next meeting away from Geneva Only if the International situation became Calmer found themselves today assembling through a sudden change in the direction of the european crisis. In Queen Anne s stately Crimson and Gilt drawing room at St. James Palace. It was the first league meeting to be held in London since 1922. Events had developed so rapidly since january that the pressing invitations of m. Titu Lesco Rumania and Senor Vasconcellos Portugal to meet in Bucharest and Lisbon respectively were forgotten in the general agree ment that London was the most Desir Able venue for the present session. It is not considered desirable for the Leif fair Council to consider inv Resolution condemning the demilitarisation of the Rhineland unless the next Steps to be taken Hare been agreed upon. Or. Stanley Bruce the australian president of the league Council has received no Reay to his invitation to Germany to Send a representative to the Council meeting. J in spite of the tact that Germany is not a member of the league. Or. Bruce. Had intended to ask her representative to sit at the Counci. Table hoping that it would facilitate a settlement. Secret meetings held in close secrecy the four Locarno Powers met yesterday morning and again last night after which the Fol lowing guarded communique was is sued a Small committee of ministers representing the signatory Powers of the treaty of Locarno continued Dur ing the Day its examination of the situation. As the discussion. Proceeded it was noted with satisfaction that a closer approximation of views had become apparent. The next meet ing of the committee will be held to Morrow at 5 pin it is understood by the daily Tele graph which is usually accurate in forecasting official decisions that the British government is drafting proposals for european peace incorporating All Herr Hitler s suggestions for consideration As soon As a basis for negotiation can be established Between the other Locarno Powers and Ger Many. A majority of British ministers however is insistent that Germany must order a substantial withdrawal of her by Leland forces As a condition for negotiations. France it is gathered is sticking out for a Complete withdrawal and the Strong application of the league Cove Nant indeed the French delegation s Atti Ude has stiffened following the arrival of m. Paul Boncouri who Al ended yesterday s meetings. France persists that it is impossible for her to participate in negotiations with Ger Many until International Law is re established. She is pressing England energetically on this Point. What germans Are asking reporting Germany s no surrender attitude the times correspondent in Berlin says that As the germans see the Rhineland dispute it is a ques Tion of their fundamental rights As a nation. Military action it is believed would mean european disaster and Many germans think that the effect of sanctions would not be much better. Two questions therefore Are being anxiously asked in Berlin firstly whether a German action constituting no military threat to anyone must become a cause for a european War. Secondly can no formula be found whereby Germany can help to regu Larise her position in the Rhineland without being compelled to give Way on a question of Honor British ministers have been further influenced towards the French View Point by a More accurate estimate of the German forces in the Rhineland i than was available yesterday. Reliable sources state that 30.000 regulars marched into the Rhineland at last week end. To these must be added 30,000 men of the labor corps trained in military exercises who it is reported Are being armed and incorporated in the regu a Lars. There Are also in the Rhineland 150.000 storm troopers in Semi military formation Between 8,000 and 10.000 members of the austrian legion exiled austrian nazi Sand a number of motor car units. Meantime an unconfirmed report by the daily mail s Cologne correspondent says that All the German artillery in the Rhineland has been removed 10 Miles farther from the Frontier. Sanctions now feared Hen Hitler says the Manchester guardian s Berlin correspondent had banked too much on a repetition by the league of the mild protests which Fol Lowed German re armament and the introduction of conscription last year. I the possibility of sanctions to punish his Rhineland Advance has proved an unpleasant Surprise for Germany is less Able to resist them than was Italy. While there is no doubt that Britain is moving to the French viewpoint largely As a result of the realisation that failure to take a firm line with a treaty breaker would discredit eng land in the eyes of the world especially of America French commentator consider that Britain still has a Long Way to go. Pertinak a political writer in Echo de Paris declares i am unable to report any Promise by England of Strong efficacious action. Too much importance must not be attached to the reported approximation of views. Another correspondent Points out that sanctions against Germany would be impracticable As certain countries for instance Yugo Slavia and Den Mark Are dependent on Germany to Purchase the bulk of their exports. Italy also would not participate. Certain ports for instance Cherbourg and Southampton could however be close to German liners and the sanctions enforced by Britain and France would be a heavy blow. Soil a Paris daily suggests a boy Cott of the olympic games from which Germany Hopes to obtain 14 million pounds of foreign Money. This would Deal a heavy blow to Germany s Fin ances and prestige. The president if the French National sports committee tap that unless the circumstance Chance. France will certainly be unable n participate in the games. However he Hopes that Situa Tion will Chance for the better before August. Earlier cables on Page 3. St. James Palace London where the league Council is meet ing today. St. Is league dramatic speeches in London Britain sees her duty London. Saturday. In a tense atmosphere the league Council meeting in Queen Anne s drawing room at St. James Palace today heard the leaders of the British and French delegations declare their views it is not too much to say that the future of the world depends on the Wisdom of the decisions made at this conference said or. Eden. In Bri Tain s View a Patent and incontestable breach of the Versailles treaty and the Locarno pact has been committed. If this conclusion is shared by other Dele Gates it will be a duty for the Council to Endeavor to find a solution to the difficulties. Our Locarno co signatories and the league Council May count on Bri Tain s fullest co operation in their endeavours to establish peace on a firm and enduring foundation m. Flandin the French Leader declared German troops in the Rhine land Are More than symbolic. There Are 30,000 regulars not to speak of those others officially enumerated from Berlin. France has not so much acted on her rights As she has obeyed her duty. If it were Only a matter of right the Locarno treaty authorises her to take urgently decisive measure but France is anxious not to add any element of trouble to the european situation. Hitler consults his foreign minister telegraphing from Berlin this morn ing the news chronicle s correspondent a d that Herr Hitler has hurried Back to Berlin to Confer with the foreign minister Baron von Neurath ?. The latter is believed to have that world opinion unanimously condemned Germany a repudiation of Locarno. German army leaders and the minis Ter of Economy or. Schacht also counsel moderation but the nazi extremists Are opposing them. Italy confident of War Success Rome saturday. Confident of shattering the remaining abyssinian de fences. S Gnor Mussolini will not mean while launch peace negotiations. Lieut. Vittorio Mussolini and sgt Bruno Mussolini sons of the Duce have been awarded Silver medals for Gal Lantry. Swept from fishing boat Man disappears Melbourne saturday. Swept from a fishing boat when seeking. Shelter from a Gale which broke Over the fishing Fleet at Queenscliff tonight Arthur Aitken. A Middle aged Man disappeared in heavy seas. George Watson the owner of the vessel who was on Board with Aitken. Said that he thought it was impossible for Aitken to have swum ashore. The rest of the Fleet reached shelter safely in the Lee of Swan Island. No Trace of Aitken s body has yet been found. J the Bay pleasure Steamer we Roona j which had intended picking up Passen Gers at Queenscliff on the return trip from Sorrento to Melbourne was unable to berth there because of the heavy seas. Intending passengers had to j make their Way Back to the City As bes they could. Hold up by bandits Melbourne saturday. Three masked bandits tonight held up a Brighton Man and compelled him to hand Over the Money in his Possession i before driving away in his car. A similar hold up and car theft occurred last saturday. I open air bathroom for Light horse men in Camp warm Sunshine was not needed by these tic Thor Emen it make them appreciate this Shower Bath today. They Are members of the Advance guard who have been busily engaged Al the Levels preparing for the 6th cavalry brigade Camp and their work left them hot and Grimy. Yacht without Crew goes on rocks mystery Craft wrecked Melbourne. Saturday. A yacht j without a Crew but with its sails set \ before a Strong southerly wind drove straight into the rocks at Beaumar j late yesterday and was wrecked. I onlookers were amazed when the j boat steered straight for the Cliffs. The j police were called but they were even j More surprised when it was seen that i the yacht was without a Crew. I there Wax no name on the boat which is of unusual build and which is not known in the District. It is still unclaimed. Or. Charles Keefer. Boat builder of Beaumaris. And his sons attempted to remove the boat from the rocks but failed and today it was at the mercy of heavy seas. Most of the gear however. Has been salvaged. It is considered possible Partick j Early As no claim has been made thatis the Crew had been washed overboard j nine time earlier. �10,000 to bring out noted athletes Empire games Melbourne. Saturday. When the conference of the australian British Empire games association met in Mel a Mirny turf Jav nnthni4tv was Pivon to set aside �10.000 to bring out famous athletes from the British dominions to compete in the Empire games in Syd Ley in 1938. A minimum estimate provides for the allowing England and Canada 10 competitors each South Africa and Mew zealand 10 each Scotland 6 ales and India 3 each Northern ire and. 2 and representatives from Bermuda British Guiana Trinidad. Hon Kong Fiji Jamaica Rhodesia and Newfoundland if the Standard War rants their inclusion in the list of International visitors. A Choice for the athletic events will be made Between the Sydney Cricket ground the Sydney sports ground and he showground. A similar procedure will be adopted in regard to other sports. Olympic selection Page 8 Beatty s funeral to be broadcast a broadcast from London of the funeral of the late Earl Beatty Admi ral of the Fleet by the National stations 5cl and 5ck, will be made on monday night from 9.15 to 10.15. Provided conditions Are favourable. Earl Beatty who died Early on wednesday this week succeeded lord Jellicoe As Admiral of the Fleet and. Figured in several brilliantly successful naval engagements. J decorated cars in St Patrick s Day procession gaily decorated motor cars moving of King William Street daring the St. Patrick s Day procession through the City to the Bayville showgrounds this afternoon. The sudden death of Gus Bluett Sydney saturday. Gui Bluett one of Australia s most popular comedians died at the Sydney los vital today after Havins been admitted earlier in the Day suffer ing from Haemorrhage. He was in his Early thirties. Laughter that ? he created in life was turned i to sorrow at 1 the theatre i Royal tonight i As Bluett s co i players and i friends went on with the k show. A a f thing goes i was joking 1 with him last i night outside ? the theatre i said buddy 1 Roberts. The i american Dan 1 cer. Gus \ seemed in the Best of spirits and was look ing who. When he heard that Bluett was seriously ill Roberts uttered to undergo a blood transfusion but so suddenly did the end come that the offer came too late. The funeral will take place on monday. Boa Bluet Toa Bromwich s great win retains title John Bromwich. The Brilliant new South Wales Junior retained the South australian singles Tennis championship mrav to Hon he Defeated d. P. Turn Bull . In straight sets. It was a Well merited win. The scores being 6 2. 119. 61. Turnbull appeared tired after the exhausting j second set. Whereas Bromwich remained fresh. Bromwich Defeated both Adrian quist and Turnbull to win the title last year. Serving and driving with his usual rhythm. Bromwich quickly took control. A feature of the first set was a rally of 25 strokes which Bromwich finally won with a smash. The Long second set was enjoyed by the galleries. Turnbull thumped Home services while Bromwich made out right winners with double handed and left handed swings. Three times in succession Bromwich drove within inches of the backline Bromwich was disconcerted by turn Bull s bumpers but his foot Pace War amazing and on occasions he showed j incredible Speed to intercept at the net for winners. Bromwich had Complete control Ujj the third set. When the South austra Lian showed the effects of the gruelling 11 9 set just completed. Lobbing with uncanny accuracy and breaking through Turnbull s services he won easily. Cape batsmen face australians o Reilly s Fine Bowling Capetown saturday. Priv Zirri Kic Narasone me australian Captain won the toss he sent the Western province team to the wicket at Newlands Cricket ground today. Rhe weather was Fine Ana warm. Grimmett who is suffering from Strain and Mccabe were omitted from the australian Side. Fleetwood Smith was twelfth Man. The wicket was Good though not so cast As the wickets on which the Visi tors hitherto have played. Jantz Arsi Vanderbyl opened for the Home Side to the Bowling of decor Mick and Sievers. Lashing out vigorously Glantz scored 12. In Mccormick s third Over. The first 52 runs came up in 43 minutes. Glantz s recklessness however was top Good to last he snicker 1 Hall into slips where o Reilly took a Brilliant Catchy which ended an entertaining innings. The first wicket had fallen for 43. Ralph the Western province Cap Tain filled the vacancy. He i strode on the stomach by the first Ball from Mccormack mad the game was held up Tor live minutes while he recovered. O Reilly who had relieved Mccoy Nick dismissed Vanderbyl in his be Ond Over with a straight through Ball a hich struck the batsman s pads. Two tickets were now Down for 58. Taylor the Veteran International was Musingly cheered when he went to the wicket but he had a most Unco fort Ible passage against o Reilly. It was 3 minutes before he opened his a unt by a straight drive to the Boun Lary off Chipperfield. Ralph in the meanwhile had played i solid steady game. He and Taylor carried the score to 69 before the Lun Heon interval. Darling indisposed there were 1.500 spectators present after lunch Darling who had been1, slightly feverish this morning went i Back to bed at the hotel Fleetwood Smith taking his place in the Field. Chipperfield and Mccormick resumed the attack. With o Reilly out of the Way. The batsmen were More com Brable but when they had taken the Core to 90, Richardson brought 3 Reilly on again and he clean bowled Faylor. The third wicket falling for 98. Nourse who is aged 58. Filled the vacancy and received an ovation he opened his score with a neat leg glance to the Boundary o Reilly who was Bowling in Fine form continued to keep the batsmen on the defensive. Scores Western province i first inning glint c. Of Tuy. B. Mccormick to j Vanderbyl. 1-b.w b. Of Stella or ? 1? i Ralph. b. Cal Erl Leld ? an to Marlor. H. O Kenny ? 5 Kobi a not out ? Al j ctn Gen. C. Brown b. O Reilly. 1stem c Al Arleton. B. O Brolly. 4little e. Mccorm Sefc. B. A belly. J Vanda Nuny not out ? ii. So note ? 4 Serai for ? 15s j Teo Stop press league adjourns until monday . M. Van Soland Bel Gium spoke after m. Flandin. Then the Public session of the league of nations Council was or ?urr.?d until 3.30 . On Mon Day. Private discussions will be continued through the week end to decide what action the league shall take. Westeen province first innings a cute not out. 53 Vanderspuy. Not out 22. Seven act 183. Penetrates steel i ? ? ? huge sum offered for Bullet refused by inventor Sydney. Scan rear. How he had been Appino cited by an agent of the United state government who. With a Taafe Roll of notes in his hand offered him whatever terms Aetna Ana passage to and Tram America was told today by or. H. Haydon. In Ventor of a new Annor voter def Bullet the owner of a Small garage or. Haydon who lives at North Dorrigo claims to have manufactured wits his crude appliances a Bullet which will go through steel an Inch thick at 100 Yards. It was announced yesterday from Canberra that the minister Tat defence or. Far Khol was arrange his for the inventor to go to Sydney to have the Bullet tested. The american s offer according to air. Haydon was if a on his Foxal tests which showed that the Bullet penetrated steel three eights of an Inch thick. However to spite of tins american Promise to pay twice the amount Given by the australian government or. Haydon refused to sen. He is 28 and unmarried. Being unable to afford the trip to Sydney he has asked the government to pay us expenses. He has forwarded to the authorities Bis last test which is the result on a steel plate of a Bullet fired from 108 Yards. Having read of an attack on a new zealand invest of who was credited with haying invented a diafb4y,.h has applied for Perth Lowdon to Cany a revolver As on his trip to Sydney he will be carrying More than 20 Tot Bis bullets lives lost in floods delay to services Brisbane. Safe Day to lives have been lest Aad taint Tai ser vices Diberg Maisei in mans Aal storms m Western Aad Northern Queens bad. On the other band graziers i the West Are Jab Aat As the heavy Falls pasare a feed season after 11 rears it Dro Rbt conditions. Barney Langan. A noted Amateur hockey. Was swept from his horse end crowned yesterday when attempting to Cross the Burdekin River near Ewan. Leslie Moford. 15. Was drowned while trying to Cross the Cooper River at Quippie. I the South West nor Combe in the Central West is isolated by a Creek three Miles wide. Seven inches of rain cell at Barcaldine in the same District last night. The Townsville mail train is held up at this town indefinitely because of a rail Wash away Hie reach train is marooned at Jericho. The australian Section of the air mail service is seriously delayed for the first time since its inauguration in 1834. After having been held up for 24 hours at Singapore through the late arrival of the Imperial airways plane the incoming air liner is marooned at Longreach where the rain has been the heaviest for More than 10 years. The outward hound plane which has also been held up at Longreach left at 9.45 . Today two and a half Days behind sch Edulf. Series Washa ways in the Clen Earry line have Aea id of half a mile of line. Ajae lbt it ? it Aat rewritten. Debris for Teet 4eep Eevers the permanent Way for an Ether half sane. Fear spas of the Pioneer Bride Bat been washed away at Mae Kay Aad several ease farms damaged by Fleo Watera. Giro near Ayr is two feet under water. The weather Bureau reports that there is Little likelihood of an Early cessation of the monsoonal conditions. Fine sunday is forecast a Fine pleasant Day with moderately warm temper care is the forecast of the government meteorologist or. Bremley far Tomor said tonight that the temperature might be a Little higher than today and Weald per haps be the tapered by a Weatherly Bree-.ajajija7�iimuii was steady. Re tog a idea Job of unsettled weather. Australia s wonderland tropical glory of Queensland grand Winter tour from Adelaide a land of flamboyant Beauty where nature s pageantry of colours challenges the inspiration of the artist and the not the or stir harms it came As a revelation to All southerners. Queensland s Winter Sunshine May to August has no equal it floods out of Cerulean skies like filtered Silver a continuous glow intoxicating in its youth renewing splendour. Its seas deep Cobalt Blue Are unsurpassed even by those of the Mediterranean. There is Colour Colour everywhere. The extravagant Luxuriance of the vegetation the fragrant Flowers and the Bird and insect life Complete a color sym phony that has no equal under the Sun. Gorgeous butterflies with shimmering wings of Opal and Bronze or enamelled with Jet and gleaming Silver and Gold. Bover Lazy Over gorgeous Woodland carpets. Wonder Ful Birds feathered in Satin and Gold Blue and red mauve and Crimson pour Forth their Madri gals or flaunt their plumage Over water Falls that spill like tumultuous Spates of Silver Over the scarred brows of craggy and Jungle lad mountains. Serene and magi Al Are the seas be Lind the great Barrier reef Here n the Waters pm Irald and Turquoise and amethyst and Pearl tinted Waters submarine forests ind gardens of Coral Bloom with softly Beautiful shrubs ind Flowers of Coral with marvellously coloured fishes All about them like bees. When the Sun. Going Down in spell binding splendour sets on the Barrier and the numerous enchanting islands within the grand canal the is transformed into a Lake of liquid Gold and As the naming Ball sinks lower and lower the Clouds turn Crimson from the Zenith to the Western my. Gradually the Golden changes to Emerald and then to Pearl. Velvety night descends like a Sable Mantle and trooping across the canopy of the heavens come the Silver cohorts of the evening stars. Australia s wonderland every australian should see it once at least in his or her lifetime. So successful were Bastin s round Tours to Cairns last year that Bastin s i Adelaide tourist office has again decided to give South australians the Opportunity of visiting not Only Queens land but also the most . Parts of new South Wales and Victoria in route. The itinerary covers 5400 Miles of first class travel by luxury motor car and pleasure cruise Steamer the finest land and Cruiser trim in Australia. In fact the verdict of those who enjoyed Bastin s Tours to Cairns last year was. A magnificent trip splendidly organised no wonder for they traversed the delightful Murray Valley the vast Pas toral Plains of new South Wales the Blue mountains the new England tableland Queensland s Granite Belt and the famous Darling Downs. After a few Days in Brisbane Gateway to the Tropic North and great Barrier reef they enjoyed a 14-Day round trip by pleasure cruise Steamer to Cairns where the Barron Falls and tropical Jungle at its Best were seen As Well As the Lovely Coral gardens near Green Island and which Are clearly viewed through the specially Glass Bot Tomed boats. Com ing Home Grafton progressive capital of the Northern Rivers District of new South Wales was visited and thence the route followed the Glori Ous Pacific coast to Sydney via new Castle Kuri Ngai Chase and some of the oldest and most charming townships in Australia. Can Berra was visited too and Melbourne reached via Cooma on the Monaro Frains rolling away from beneath mount Kosusko Eden. Lakes Entrance. Gipp land Yal Lourn. The last leg of this unforgettable health and pleasure cruise to Adelaide was via Geelong. Port fairy and it. Gambier. There is no tour like it for those who. Getting up i years View with increasing concern the approach of each Winter Here is the Opportunity of warding off illness from chills. Par the Young there is Romance in every mile of it especially i those Lovely tropical places in perfect Tropic set Lings which have become the Winter playground of Australia s smart people. Pull particulars and tree literature concerning this grand tour mar be had a Bastin s Adelaide tourist office 10 King William Street c. 4428 1 lines. Smithy s will of five lines Sydney. Saturday the will of sir Charles Kingston slim. Which will shortly be lodged far probate is a ? re is the me Charles to Gator Snow rampant Witt lady Kyj Niford Smith Jos executrix and trustee of this my Wabl is i give devise and betray at the whole of my estate both real and Par Sonal. Of whatever nature and where Soever situated to my wife absolutely the witnesses were Charles t. P. Ulm and sir Charles Secretary. Miss Rogers

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