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Adelaide Mail (Newspaper) - May 13, 1933, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia prize Quality Hospital Brandy of the Silver Al Jubilee j Hoover a vat Home f ? rain goes East finish of dry spell 35 wed additional rain in several Pynie of the state today and tonight and the likelihood of passing showers tomorrow should definitely end the dry spell and allow far mers to go on with their ending. June rain yesterday and today was Gene ral and extended a far North a of ont . Useful Frog were recorded in the far North Interior but about two inches is needed to put the pastoral country in heart. The rain is now passing to t cat Aud the government i or. Bromley i forecasts that the weather to run Row will be Cool and squally at time with some passing Shower. Heavy wed preceded the fail of rain in Adelaide tonight. At 530 . It reached Gale Force 34 Miles an hour but the velocity soon lessened. J broken Hill Suhich received no rain last night reported ? today Twenty two Points and still raining other centres from which rain reports were received to Day were Cape Borda additional 45, additional 14 Points and Kyan Cutta additional 12 Pointer. Ade i Laid received about 10 Points tonight. I most in Hills ? Sis hours soak Jiu ruin Hail Inch at Bel Tana still raining telegraphed the general manager of the Beluga pastoral co. Today. J or. Koss Sawers. Of Warr Aweena advised forty Points steady soaking rain still Light showers but easing the manager of Yud Napinka station advised general rain All round run 30 Points looks like More tee Tulpa 40 Points Atil raining nicely telegraphed a. J. And p. A. Mcbride. Ltd. Gauging of up to halt an Inch in the Northern agricultural areas the upper 6cuth-East, and the upper Murray last night were the heaviest showers in those districts so far this a aeon. S general rain today promised to end the severe out of season drought in Victoria and the Siverina. Soaking Falls were re j Cei Ved in the i Monera and Souther. Mallee. Reports of fails last night show that ? the rain on the West coast was scatter. The Best fall eng at Elliston 73 Point unit no rain was received West of Streak � Bay about 50 Point fell Over Adelaide. The heaviest Fahs Ere Reed red in the mount j exr Fly ranges. Stirling West and Raidla with w Points were the highest. The director of agriculture prof. Per kiss us i that. Last sight s rain would Bilge a satisfactory1 opening for seeding in duty Fate where there had been previous i fall. ? How districts fared official rainfall figures for the 24 hour ended 8j30 . Today show that the chief Falls in the various districts were As Fol Low lower North agricultural. Port Broughton 73 Points Crystal Brook 66 Redhill. 63 Georgetown. 55 Clare. 57 Yacka 55 Hoyleton. 76. Upper North agr etoral. Quorn. 52 Points port Augusta 51 hooking 51 Bruce 50 Yackera so port germen 45 Melrose. 40 Wilmington. 34 Hawker 38. West of Morray Range. River ton. 42 Marrabell 30 Wol Ianstown 32 Angas ton 25 a Panda 21 Saddleworth 30 Manora 32. Adelaide Plains. Glen Osmond. 91 Vir Dnia 62. Murray Valley. Blanc Etown 00 mor Gan. So Tadem Bend 60 Wellington 42 Wai Kerie. 48 Loxton 50 rent Frk 41. Upper. So Fth East. Geranium 65 Keith 60 Caliph. 50 Wolseley 48 pin Naroo. 47. Lower Frances. 62 Naracoorte. 47 Millicent 35. Districts West of Spencer s Liston 73 Kyan Cutta. 44 Point lowly 41 min Nipa 41 Arno Bay. 35 Cleve As. Far North Interior. Beltona 48 Points Copley. 35 Blinman 3�. North weft Interior. Yard a so Points Coimin 25. North East Yenta 46 Points Waukau Ringa. 31.woman knocked Down. By motor Gar knocked Down by a motor car at North Adelaide tonight mrs. Mary Conlon of Brougham place North Adelaide was Teri Ouela injured. ? mrs. Conlon was rushed to the Adelaide Hospital by the Driver of the car and. Was admitted. Severe head injuries and Shock made her condition serious it waa reported late tonight. Collided with lorry Leslie Skewes. Aged 15, of Coventry Street. City collided head on with a stationary motor lorry while he was Riding a push Bike Down the Gorge Road late this afternoon. He was admitted to the Adi Laide Hospital for treatment. Women injured while she was crossing the intersection of Bealah Road and Edward Street at 6.30 pin. Tonight mrs. S. Maddock of Osmond Terrace. Norwood was struck by a motor car. She was admitted to the Adelaide Hospital suffering from severe head inn Myrtle White aged 29, of 25 Youn Lireet Park Eide was struck by. A car in Gln Osmond Road tonight. She was admitted to Adelaide�ho6pital in. A serious condition suffering from severe head injuries and Shock. Lorry capsizes swerving to avoid a passing motor lorry and trailer a police lorry loaded with three tons of furniture capsized near Rose worthy today. Motor transport Driver h. Barringer. Who was driving the lorry escaped injury. Elderly Man Hurt a file the Road at the intense 1i.i, of King Wil Giaui and Grenfell streets -.k.\. At 12.15 . Today. Or. George Sii Vard aged 7 5, architect of Moseley . Glenelg was struck by a Tram. Lit. Was taken to the Adelaide Hospital Jav Here he was admitted suffering from head injuries. He was allowed to leave after Lang dealt blow in . Referendum people vote to limit . Council late count shows yes majority Sydney saturday. With approximately 50 per cent of the 1.476,197 electors on the Roll accounted for in the figures late tonight there was a majority of 48,000 votes in favor of the government proposal to limit the number of members of the legislative Council to 60 in the referendum conducted today. Or. Lang during his regime made big appoint ment to the legislative Council in an Effort to swamp it the result of the referendum Means that his last remaining stronghold has gone. Other reforms proposed by the Stevens govern ment Are that each of the 60 members shall hold office for 12 years and that one fourth shall retire every three years. Progressive figures available at 11 pin. Were As follows yes 342,905 no 294,397 there is a tendency to take these figures As indicative of the final result As they represent both the country and metropolitan electorates. How labor districts voted the first few unofficial returns Pirimi subdivisions indicated a swing from the government on the Basin of the last Ela Tion. It was especially Hirono unwed m the City. Early country returns were solidly Tor yes but. Stran rely enough the returns to show a majority against the referendum Proios ils came Froni two coun try electorates. Mudree coot Amun a in the latter Therp were 154 against the proposal and 104 in favor while respective figure us mud Iee were 424 and 3s1. The first to Trues from Cessnock. A labor stronghold were interesting. 63 being in favor of the proposal and 41 against. Other labor electorates showed a majority for yes in the Early count. Of 16.52s votes counted mostly from the country. A had a two in one majority the figures being 11.087 and 5.441. Referendum Day was notable for one element the seriousness of the people in recording their votes. There was no Wavor i Inz no to hear pleadings of rival parties. An a no hesitation. Everyone be have in a manner to us freest that a Deci a Sion had be a reached and All that was left was to Mark the ballot paper. At Nirei Keiit. Under the nominee system to lift chamber has 121 members of whom 00 were appointed by labor and 52 by Oiher parties. The number that can be appointed under the existing system is unlimited. In recent years As each party a obtained Power batches of Freen appoint of clients have been made to ensure pc passage of e of tation. Und tar this swamping method 80 appointment have Bee made 53 by labor and 27 by Noc parties. I under the Stevens government Reform proposals the Lep Ielati Council of the fir lire will consist of 60 members to hold office for 12 Yeav. In a simple explanation of some of the in visions of the measure the attorney general or. H. E. Manning Kic says that dead was Between the Chambers can no longer be dealt with As in the past by the pernicious system of swamping. So the Bill provides that in All cases of legislation about which there in Dis agreement that particular legislative Mea sure May. It the discretion of the leg la rive Assembly be referred to the people by referendum end to hectic Campaign after a hectic Campaign the Cam of closed last Nii Fht in an Atmo sphere of excitement. Speakers Hur ried frantically from one meeting to another the Premier or. Stevens personally addressing five meetings and Makine one broadcast speech. With the exception of the labor stronghold of Leichhardt where he was severely heckled he received a Rood hearing. Yes speakers who addressed open air meet nes were heckled and at padding Orion an Orange was thrown into the speaker s Wagon. It was followed by a barrage of tomatoes. There were amusing highlights at 4 great i rally in the Prince Albert Park when or. A Alicc brought his no Campaign to a Climax. More than 6,000 people attended the rally which or. Lane addressed through a microphone. A lorry forming part of a Hie procession of Lane followers rumbled into the Park with a party of Small boys dressed up As parliamentarians. On the sides of the lorry ran a Banner with the words burlesque chinese charac ters for asterisks Money gone Dole Light. Now you ? s. Ain t Lang right the . Premier or. Steven left who successfully appealed to the people today for support for his logos native Council reforms. Right or. J. T. Lang Leader of the opposition who bitterly opposed the proposals. E Teven left to for his logos native reforms. The Good form shown by Norwood possible rivals of Sturt by o. J. O Grady with the form of the various Cluro becoming More exposed. Stuit Are out standing. Norwood Are Mil Tant i Tinc Clainie. be Ivym Ricl As the second be to team in the Conjio tuition. N i of i a Titi Iii has shown convincing Lori. Aith Iurii l Urt. With two wins a drawn Uhl to tit or credit Aro in a Good in Iliou a Tiu in list. For the fourth round of league games to be played next saturday Norwood Torrens. Sturt and North Are selected to win. At Xor Oval today North put up a poor showing. The Prospect Side is carrying several players hardly up to Standard. Farmer does not appear to be the dominating influence of recent seasons. Norwood have an improved Side and when their injured players incl Diuk Woodroofe and Hickman. Recover they will be a powerful combination. If aug team k Likely to press Sturt. I think it will be Norwood. High scoring game the defeat of West at Bayville followed a High is Orinn a Nie. In Wirich the Winil dominated the play throughout. Web led by h Points Early in the game but tour pcs. Lavini last use. Of the wind Tini fixed grandly to win by five Points. Report Ironi Bayville indicate Snell. The Weet Centre Man was. For the think saturday the Best Plave on the ground. Although. Rosewarne. The new Glenelg full Forward got Tive goals from 6even shots the other Glenelg sharpshooters were astray and Sturt always seemed to have the Neamir of the Seaside As in previous an is. Sturt did not have a weak link. An unusual feature of the game at Adelaide was the fact that South staged a great recovery in the third term against i the wind san runic five Eoa to the three j of port and netting to within four Points of their opponents. In the i Ial term the condition of south1 gave out. And the magpies fought on to win by 21 Points. Thus 10 goals Wie Coreil against the wind m the second half with Only six with it. Next saturday s matches Glenelg v. Norwood. Adelaide. Sturt v. South Unley. North v. West. Prospect. Torrens v. Port. Theberton. At Adelaide next saturday Glenelg will play Norwood. The chances of the red legs must be layered for this game. But if Rosewarne i allowed Many chances it is Likely that Glenelg will score Well. The result of the game is by no Means a fore gone conclusion. An interesting game should be Ceen at Theberton. Where port will meet Torrens. Each Side won today but it k difficult to gauge their real Worth yet. Form Indi Cates that port should win but Torrens appear to be picking up their True form and with the game being played at the Barton port May Buffer their first defeat of the season. The result of the game at Unley appears a foregone conclusion a6 South cannot Hope to defeat the Strong Sturt Side. South by their bold showing against North last week were probably rated above their Worth As North c poor form against Norwood today takes the Edge off South s prominence in that game. North will oppose West at Prospect. Al though the form of the red and Whites is far below expectations. West have yet to win a game and the chances of North Are favored. Full reports of league matches on pages 9 and 10 Melbourne saturday. When two motor cars came into collision on Geelong Road foot Cray this afternoon mrs. Bessie Delyea of Seddon a passenger was thrown to the Roadway. She sustained a fractured Skull and was admitted to a private Hospital in a critical Condi Tion. Home made Falls while pistol fuse goes on to win Steeple when leading Over the last Fence in the Mill Wood steeplechase at morph Elville Home made came to grief leaving pistol fuse no. 6 to go on and win from my. Cooper the Only other horse to finish. This remark Able picture shows t. Ryan the jockey endeavouring to Roll away from his mount. Bully of Europe Philip Gibbs on Hitler War menace London saturday. We Are Back again to the temper of 1913, when the euro Pean Powers were grouping for the inevitable War it makes one despair of human reason writes sir Philip Gibbs the noted , in a strik Jing newspaper article on the possibility of another european War he recalls the fears in Paris of War within a fortnight when the nazis began their Campaign of brutality and i Toler a take Lansing Many to flee from the City m for of bombs and Poison Gas to nevertheless Hitler and his associates Are not mad enough to risk War with France and Poland by an Advance into forbidden territories under their present armed unpreparedness says sir Philip Gibbs. Germany is Able to put into the Field a Well trained army of nearly half a Mil lion Keich swear _ and Stah Helms. Apart from nearly a million nazi storm troops but she lacks heavy artillery aeroplanes and tanks. It is certain that the germans won t be peace minded until their grievances Are removed and it is almost equally cer Tain that a revision of treaties will Lead to an earlier War hatred preached or. Stresemann Germany and m. Briand France when the germans were less inflamed might have 6ecured i each. But who can expect France to errant Equality of statue and a revision of trea ties when the German leaders Are preach ing hatred and brute Force it is hard to make concessions to a bully but if they Are not made there will be War. Nevertheless we must try to be fair to Germany where millions of Young survivors of the Post War period Are suffering from starvation and financial collapse. All these youngsters Are not thirsting for War. Europe e Hope is Germany s return to sanity. Her position Calls for tiie sympathy of the world. English youth demands peace and France loathes War. Except in defence of her frontiers. There is still time for Liberal thought to overcome this passionate insanity and War fever a review of sir Philip gibbs1 latest Hook. Ways of Escane i dealing with the Outlook for modern i youth appears on pane 7. Blanket fund barometer watch it Rise this is the Blanket fund barometer. It shows graphically How the fund which was launched by the news and the mail Only 11 Days ago has grown to its present total of �500 12/6. The response to the Appeal has been magnificent and has shown unmistakably How Quick South australians Are to help their fellow citizens in distress. But much More will be required if ? All those in need of warm blankets to help them through the Winter Are to be assisted. The news and the mail be Lieve that this is one of the most deserving appeals they have Ever sponsored and they want it to be i whole hearted Community Effort to re Lieve the distressed. If you have not already subscribed i i the fund do so at once. Give what you can afford and patronise the entertain Menlo Beau or Ai ranged to help the fund. Details of the a peal and of the �5 obstinate artist contest in Aid of the fund Are Given on Page 2. Big Jungle search for airman negro horde to seek Lancaster mail special representative London saturday. Thousands of negroes will comb the Jungles of Northern Nigeria in 8 great search for the British flier capt. Lan racer. Who Disarro eared on april 12. This Effort will be commanded by a in twerian ruler the Mir of Katsui who is now in Lon Don and has promised his help in response to a personal Appeal by capt. Lan Caster s father. Or. Lancaster thinks it possible that his Eon May Batih be alive and May have fallen into the haul Jas of Friendly natives. Who Are Cariner for him & some District far. From the outposts of civilisation. The Emir has promised to Send thou Sands of his people to participate in the search which May solve the mystery of the flier s disappearance. Bays the daily mail the missing airman was flying across the Sahara desert from Oran Algeria to Gao attempting to make a record break ing flight from London to Cape town when he disappeared. Capt. Lancaster left London on april 11. He flew 1,100 Miles to Oran the same Day and left at Dawn on april 12 to Fly across the Sahara to Gao on the niger River in French West Africa. At Reggan capt. Lancaster had refused food and after resting for three hour and refuelling had flown on. He had been told that it was madness to continue when he could not see the motor track or the Day beacons capt. Lancaster nazi raid in Dantzig Berlin orders mail special representative London. Saturday. The raid on the labor Tynion Headquarters at Dantzig by nazi detachments was made under instructions from Berlin says the Dantzig correspondent of the Zevre chronicle thie May have a serious effect on polish German relations. The Dantzig Senate has denounced the seizure As High and nazis afterwards dispersed workers who were holding a procession. Carrying banners with the legend league of nations protect our Constitution to the residence of or. Posting the High commissioner of the league. They destroyed the banners and arrested. The bearers of the banners and the leaders of the procession. Dantzig formerly German was Sepa rated from the German Empire by the treaty of Versailles and is now a free City under the league of nations. Earlier reference on Page 3 ctr cd dded cml i kea3o Trade with India Calcutta. Saturday. The Japa Nese government is taking action to regulate japanese exports to India following Aiea sures taken to Deal with dumping. It is expected that a Trade agreement will a ? concluded bet Ween India and Japan in the near future. Japan is anxious to maintain Friendly olo comic relations with India r sensational announcement Craven s have purchased Donaldson s entire Stock �20,000 Worth at a huge discount these goods will be on Sale in a few Days time watch the papers for the most sensational Sale on record at Craven s Rundle St. 4.ma for better a radio Lamb 1933 models h radiola Lilg he gives amazing Fidelity of tone he Bah All electric models a Hub Radi Olette a valve table Model ? �22/10/ i a radiola 120 5-valve, console Model ? �29/10/ Hub radiola 130 7-valve. Consec Model ? �39/10/ i a Hub Battery models he he radiola 120b 6-valve, console Model �37/10/ a radiola 130b Vaive. Console Model �45/10/ be Esse Bop Cash or on easy terms let us give you a demonstration a your a hone. Radio specialists 51 Rundle Street Adelaide big Battle near River japanese fight chinese fierce clash. Shanghai saturday. Under cover of brisk artillery fire japanese troops have forced a crossing of the Luan to River Between lulling and Chie Nan South of the great Wall fierce fighting k now proceeding on the Western Bank of the River. Additional chinese reinforcements have been Dis patched to the scene. A japanese aircraft Carrier with 40 in aces has arrived off Taku bar 100 Miles Southeast of piping and some machines from it have been flying Over the Mouth of the Chaiho River. As a result of recent visits of japanese bombing planes which scattered leaflets there chinese Are leaving piping in thou Sands for tientsin especially those of the wealthier classes. Chinese newspapers Are bitterly com menting on their Lack of courage. Bomb in the consulate trans Ocean service by arrange ment with australian broadcasting commission Tokyo. Saturday. A bomb with a burning fuse was found Early yesterday in the British consulate at Mukden the former capital of Manchuria. The bomb was removed before it exploded. The Asiatic league which has been showing much anti British feeling recently Pia Ted Tokyo with posters this week. The posters were destroyed by the police who hoped nothing More would be heard of them but an american news paper the Japan advertiser reproduced photographs. The police seized All copies of the paper. The police lately raided the Asiatic league s Headquarters seizing posters and literature Likely to affront foreigners. Rail dispute May be settled Shanghai saturday. The Manchukuo Ulinna Finup. To the soviet requiring the return of railway coaches tracks and locomotives belonging to the chinese eat Stern railway but which Are now in Siberia expired last night the rolling Stock has not been returned and there is much speculation on what Manchukuo backed ? by Japan intends to do. V it is generally believed that the matter will be settled by a Compromise possibly the Sale of the russian interest in the railway to Manchukuo for 300 million yen about 35 million pounds which was recently proposed by m. Litvinoff. Gar kills woman in Chase business Man arrested Man injured Sydney saturday. Following a Chase by the police of a car that is alleged to have knocked Down and seriously injured a. Man and then knocked Down a woman who died later a business Man has been arrested. During the Chase which began in Bathurst Street City soon after 2 ., and ended in Paddington the fugitive car is alleged to have struck my. Ethel Spratt of greens Road. Paddington who was crossing Oxford Street with a Little girl. She died a few minutes after having been admitted to the Hospital. Two Young Clarence Street constables in a police car eventually Drew level with the other car and arrested the Driver. The car which the police chased was a powerful single seater. It was travelling in Bathurst Street near Elizabeth Street when it collided with the Man George Saunders aced 52, of Gibbons Street. Red Fern. Or. Saunders was helped to the Footpath by pedestrians. It is alleged that the oar did not top. But turned into Elizabeth Street just As constables Koche and Webb in the police car reached the Corner. The constables had in the rear of their car an old one which has done More than 100,000 Miles two drunks whom Liy had arrested a few minutes before. Rich Man and Secretary shot in office Mau special representative Vancouver saturday. Queer indeed Are the facts disclosed concerning the murder of Albert Ridley an aged millionaire real estate Mak and his Secretary Lee Wienstein in their base ment office. Wienstein was the old mans second Secretary to be murdered detective found that the name calibre Bulle far the name Mari ring probably from the same Pustol killed Wienstein As killed the for Mer Secretary in the same office two Yean ago 1. The police admit that the canons try of murders to carefully planned and car ried out May never be solved. Ridley who lived a monastic existence left �40,000 in his will to Wienstein if the latter survived him. The police fear that there is no method of proving Nieb Man died first. Wienstein left two wives who Eay that they will sue Hidley a estate for a us Stantial division of his Means

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