Adelaide Mail in Adelaide, South-Australia
13 May 1933

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13 May 1933

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Adelaide Mail (Newspaper) - May 13, 1933, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia Stern warnings alter Germany s attitude will add to Revenue sir d. Masons conviction big film x. M ? Sir Ivy , is. A i a scientist Civ. Ii mfr ? ? s .eut5.--i n the I. He tpo.tt1 .?,.?nor to. T o m i v,--.-- ?. ?.= ? -.? ? r Tir 1 to i ii in n -.. R in pm i u Rivo Ilij i lev. Nita Insh a a Pinsk passions i the late i dipl. I in. N ,.� . In re uni Cli in ii ii ? ? tile discovery s in. In a time movie win t if i a v � ? months l sir i a to Lis. Apnoea Range w duet ii ice. And turns taif aftermath of Niu i Strain. Sir do urls is be Oti Liiv Ait ii the coijimitte.? Nisiel a ii Oil 1 tie in ? search trip or t.i-? j Vyvy ii. I Production of one by artaivwi1 Rizin. bin ii i . A re Jivu in v i a discovery s o.-?.no/in i the a Vii. The is to. Am. In Niji ii i Trio two ii in i ii ii Lii j a t in Cost or the a i in Ito. S l ? inc a that his re ,--.Iid to Kepi s Idle. To it i to ? oat ? in of i q i . Bombadier Wells son vindicated mail special representative London. Sal Nuy. William Wells Sun of tin ,.liaii Ion Boier Tumua Ilir ave is was of Smied a a suspected thief by toe Al to &j100i. London ? St Cut Hilive . Where boys Wear hats and morn ins Coats. But a court action has now vindicated his Honor. During tiie course of at action which William s father instituted a a it the of school governors sir Patty a Hastings k.c., Emp a Sissil that Young Wei school career haul ecu remarkable. Will in the. First term lie Harj achieved Tiu Houe Cricket dad football colors Kaiui p a i d in the first eleven. Thu the Cal Ina tur to i tiie parents of theft at tin school and suspicion pointed u Wcur. Whose removal was . The Al native Vas 6xpuii� Oij. of v i Dis covered that someone outside tin school bad been responsible for t be thief a. The head master was Wiliins that we a should Ruiru to the Sthool. But i parents rightly ins eted that that was not enough. The Honor of to the boy and the so Isoo which was be oud proc. Was it stake. Bevan. Appearing on i Elu of Rie school Lared Liat tiie authorities vere Satis fied that the Bor was free of any Kaiui. Suspicion. The Case Way withdrawn overseas Confidence in Australia having Raiti cd Amer Kivic Jakl .1 France 3ir. R. S. . Australian manager for Abruico . Cor i portion said on his a by the i Cathay at outer Harbor today that Busi Ness people overseas had greater Faith and Confidence in Australia in Many other countries. I Australia was consider ii to a far More stable Tolian outlier r lands so a conditions were decidedly on the uplift. He left the Cathay Liere to continue Hie Jov Irney to Melbourne by train Liis a afternoon. No hair preparation in the of a world holds such remarkable Fri testimonials As a Psik. I for c.=r of a cars Koko Lias been used bar Vibha pub j-.\ v the Tojal Fai is of Europe by England ? own a. Peerage la Illus actresses and society Mim to leaders Vos Choc of a hair Dressin my Kiik \ Natar Tlly is i Miquess. The company holds in awls original letters proving the popularity of Hal Nav Koko with their majesties the late r%lvl3 or ii Empress of Russia and the Queen of Greece. A i for of \ princ fuss Victor la Princess Hohenlohe mum.,\ get f ? / j Princess la free of Greece and Princess my i / recently 300 victorian chemists in pc endorsed Koko for the hair a wll Ralin users who trite thousands of Obi it f like Koko immensely it Ham i Likum j of cleaned Ava Jall Trace of Dandy a. A Pani by ? clean and Camhi Lable. But gives the m in \ toss fun u11 cad Koko the cleanest and cos. A i Al flu Var twit a factors dressing for thin falling Fadin � ? flu of hair and Dan Drift because it has no of m a to Uzi Kew i t0 relax the Scalp i causing the hair to Jiuu Graf try fall no crease to collect dust and dirt How Hotuj Encoa-ai7lne germs. No stickiness Van -flljh7 t0 mat the bit and spoil its appearance. A m it v Kim by everywhere. Includes Bales tax Wjk set the Impf for world a Yawn Best a Bis bar for your is t by 4 Al hib throats Jyh in a of _ a v �. A Mem \ a e of use my j no other. Shr. Up Szyp i %�zj%0%pk t a vkfit7cffaw finest m it t jmeir11 arms deadlock May be solved nazi raid at Danzig adds to Europe s anxiety vital week ahead mail special representative i London saturday. The Stern warnings which followed Germany s threat to re in spite of any decision at Geneva have apparently caused the German delegates to the disarmament conference to modify their attitude. Herr Nadony has now promised his utmost help to work out a disarmament convention and the Outlook is a Little brighter at Geneva where vital discussions will occur next week. But British and French newspapers continue their warnings. The news chronicle says that if Germany attempts to re the reoccupation of her territory would automatically occur and Britain a would stand behind Fiance. A Paris daily suggests the reoccupy Ion of Mainz a German City on the Rhine. A serious incident occurred today at Danzig the fret City at the Baltic end of the polish corridor. Three Ion y loads of German police and nazi storm troops drove into the town raided the trades Union Headquarters Tore Down the socialist Flag hoisted the Swastika the nazi Emblem and raced Back to German territory. Grave anxiety in Britain the crisis in the affairs of the disarm meat conference / at Geneva is causing j i ave anxiety to tiie British government. It is feared that the world econ i Mic conference which will meet in London on june 12. Will be seriously j prejudiced if the political situation in Europe is not stabilised at Geneva in the meantime. I the War to Germany Fiven by the British minister of War lord Hail Shain in the House of lords yesterday is generally hailed Frith satisfaction. It has forced the German delegates at. Geneva to Realise that British sympathy and Good i will on which they counted has greatly diminished. Their isolation is daily More Reich Stag to meet Meson incs Tom Berlin say that Herr Ilir Ler Haa approved the holding of a Ripe Cia Lee of the Reich Stag on May ? 17 to hear a statement by his government on the Dietai Maxient conference at Geneva. also reply to the criticism of Germany s attitude made this Creek inthe British House of lords. This indicates How seriously the. Arms estion is regarded As Hitler possesses Power to Rule without the Reich Stag. _ 1 the Geneva correspondent of the daily i mail says that Herr Nadolny s attitude has distinctly changed owning to the 1 speech by lord Hail Fiam in the House lord. The German Delegate now ii says we shall not allow the conf a Viii a to fail and i am convinced that an agreement can be reached a the times in a leading article 6aye thei Esti is time for conciliation at i Genera but there is Little sign of a change in Germany s temper. Any Ger i Man attempt to re would be a breach of the Versailles treaty and subject to the prescribed penalties. I the news Chronie Sa that Britain a Ould stand firmly with France in and i move to re occupy German territory to enforce the peace treaty. We Hope that the Tazi emissary no in Ivo udon t Herr Rosenberg huh col vey this fully and faithfully to Lii i Raster says the article. If he further. Represents that Ood relations bet you i Britain and Germany will a Ina ii to u without the in of i item Interne i Tion of dubious agents like ii i Stii. L o a Lui a done Soine Liina to Vepa ii the -ii5pi-Ion and ii Neelin that h Jissi ii Lias Aio is so in and says tiie news paper. V the German newspapers support the j Hitler government on the arms grievance Bremsen Zeitung says that j englishmen and frenchmen will be j seriously mistaken if they believe Sabre rattling will intimidate the new Ger Many. I a Kal Anz Igei demands that or Maedonald s iou a censure lord hair Iran in the interests of european Witt. A i of the British foreign Secretary i is Mil Simon made in informal re Aru the unfortunate nature o the if i incident when he met the German Amir ador heir von Hoessli at to Ilef i s court last not it is Auihri Tiv cry denied that in called on Herr Llo Efi hand expressed the government s Eji ret. Cenotaph guarded Xot Only has Herr Rosenberg s Mission i icon an unqualified failure but he has been Britain s most embarrassing visitor for a Sig time says the a represent a la in London. W i making no official comment. Thor fish government deplores the distr no Init of the Wreath which Herr Rosenberg ? on the cent Ali. In Tippite of Roseto s Vai Luie to seek to do ice ii. It. Several hostile demonstrations against the nazi visitor included the eviction from l la Ridge 8 hotel where Rosenberg Nas Suying of the Well dressed communists Jack Carson and Are. Lee Bradley. In addition to Oral vituperation they Distri cited pamphlets round the lunch tables protesting at a repre5eiuative of the Mas. Murderer of the German workers staying there. Waiters ran the couple out. Upset a chairs and smashing vases on the Way. Policemen guarding the Cenotaph re moved from a Sinarle Lily said at the base of the Monument a card signed. S. M., Captain in tie United states any the card v. As inscribed if the unknown Soldier could speak to this unknown american he might prefer this single Flower to the murderous dictator s Wreath the Star a that it would a u Tia Cdv if the Cenotaph became a Bear Rarden for differing factions. Its article us tips that definite regulations should be made for placing wreaths. Yothin should Debar the Humble people s simple tributes says the paper but Many people resent visiting celebrities.1 especially film stars Lakinjr wreaths.Iid Sueco fully posing for the camera. Jews in Germany Berlin Satui iia in All be if l us is will i 1 vied to practise. 1 Lii i a Hinev Unibe than As Essie find. About j2 ices and is Coiann nit. ? to banned. The l roat pubic inv Liurni of l Losif n. I men. Lia. Been paralysed by a sciil.t-. la u a a ii so Wipfli Emi loves Ere retained. Yost Ische we i oth.-1 super by 1 the finn did not y Jear . L of teen in of n Dop ii uti Nirav of Ciosci Trio Tuiolo it i siin.1 a inst to a Inai Fujii in it. Hinloi i a in in ? a ii Loiue ,2ltcr. Tic fun he a. Us o n Liti is is i lir nazis 1 = ii i i Al u a or Vii k ii t t slip of b is. In i i in. T i. Us Idun ii .-.? i of 7o. Ii a n. N f. Cd of Vik it the Riv it Ion of we i info i j it ii Nap. I tic title to Eru aunt plan in i million Monh. Probably by a i Istir. Nai loan to employ 700,000 in hair in i Rieu turd Dicj Stiie. Road and i by -.vork-. Chorus i look there new Moon. Neville. Do you mind turning Over our Money in your pocket for Luck a Rube in the Nail express horus turning for Luck a Rube in the Nail strange lure of Japan s suicide Volcano 40 dive to death i four months mail special rope on Sajiv i London. Saturday. Jai a i a is thu Idt Stit even More i itr.l1 Al a Riv Ilia ii the in Sydney. Sci i in to i a Ivd i Lio. I in Ecial to pc spoil the daily mail in a Cable Tiff i 2e from Tokyo. In Spito or a Pulican of ions a a i no in is 1 i suit towards mount Milus a. I a of in sit rated on an if Rel it ius to or to to Bay. Las Sinio i Larin Liioi sit int. I t 10 r.-kiii2 to to. And a i Unn ? my five Viii ii Ivy a Roii Ible Ross Raine a i Oti d i r \ c =Itii-.\ Hii 40 have i in and a in lir orators air in Narv. And L.R into i been draped irn a from the Cine just As i they wait about to make the fatal a Marc. Tin Niy Steriotis o Miliara i Boine widely ds.? i sol. It a been proposed to forbid Peop p from Lemlin on the islami or int on bumne.5. it is a favorite Holiday be it Toko peo Olp. And in h bit int rot to Uliey should not be isolated Lic a Nso i to suicide Man i. I National language for Ireland to give an individual nationality the Irish Jsn space is Taus i j in All schools and colleges there an poker in preference to English Saul t lie Rev. W. J. O Doherty. A roman i Catholic priest who i Rived at the outer Harbor t rom London of the Cathay to Day. He is on h a Way to Auckland after 12 months absence spent with his people in tipperary Ireland. On the Liels gaelic football and Wiur eve Are p Ycu instead of games Intro Duel from England. ? to nid that or. Do Yale a was not . his idea of Friendship with i or Laius was on terms of absolute Equality. The Toor people in Ireland were better now Ever before. Good harvests bad Given them plenty to eat. And government supervision was never better. While in Ireland my. O Doherty at tended the eucharistic Congress held at Dublin last year. Japan builds her own planes ? Japan in one of the Western aircraft companies bluest customers said capt. \ Burgoine. Outside Engineer for the Iris to aeon Ane co., Ltd. Bristol eng land who arrived on the Cathay which berth Lei at Harbor today. With v.-ii-. Capt. Bur Loiue is travel Ling to me Iouine. Sydney and Japan to have what he Calk a look see in the interests of his firm. He will interview defence authorities while in Australia. A few years ago. He said the Bristol company sent experts to Japan to teach tie japanese Bow to assemble aeroplanes. Today the japanese were buil Dica their own Bristol under licence. The Bristol co. Dealt solely in fish Ting aircraft i Clud Inz bomber.=. But it manufactured live commercial engines. At a Selins Cost of j from � 2.000 upwards. I capt. Burgoine said that the Ristol Buli foods i Jed in t f Royal australian air Force were Standard Mode s in use in England today. They could cot be classed with the obsolete aircraft of which complaint had recently been Lna Dej Australia. Relic of first . Railway work published in the times lox Dox. May 1_\ the Dowa i lady darn by who a formerly miss a Morphy. Of , Victoria the widow of the Cricket or to Bli Irh. In a letter to the times referring to relics of sir Itaw St. Geo Are Ord. Liat a wheel Barros. Which Arris to t in first Sod dus in the construction of Western australian Kai Hays i nov on the Way to the Melbourne Ruffum in Cobai Joe of Lar. Walter a itch. The former Victoriad agent Genera. It was Given to us on our Silver wed Din Day by the widow of Dean Hole a Coin punic by an explanation that it had been presented to her by sir Harry Ord who was one of her relatives by mar Piaso Bein a victorian. I Bijj a tiie Rheel Banow to Lenain Kliewe. As it related to Ibe history of my dear Homeland Mixior St. Fou old. Of London to weeks Iao r it Seni ii to sir o Brt i in thru Autti a a but Genoa -1. For Lor Wardi in to Australia. of sir St. George Ord. A former governor of that stale. To aug i Csc note the a .?-.? Vrh v.-Lik sir hairy Luri to. Taif the i Tod of Trio l Erth Jye infant up in Luke 3. 1s70. On i to Tif Tetli Undine of Western Ansti Alia Ihui ii civil i Tinct inti i . Iii i ? i Jiu a. Until tin Svedu it of Indio. Noi int Javo riot Oil i ice Oil to in limire.l of i in it it nc./ia Tiki a inn Pien of ii in s Ali n Wplf or Vii ii 1e. New gland preparation for rejuvenation .-1iii talc list to to in a. A i a i women. I inc i is re St it Pitit a tit.i1-Iioimi ice ores no Sci. Energy gives new life. Sti eng i. Id ii ror. I 14, i Ier Boi. Sin War Hong of Hines Hurba j list 1tj Oxford St. Raiiainjjlor., , ? t ii. I Barracks 2tus. slumped i 11 ajar Tsick Etive Iupe for uie. I Tariff truce Progress eight nations sign up world Parley mail 1 special representative i London saturday. The organising committee of the world economic conference which will meet on june 12, today adopted a Resolution urging All nations to observe a Tariff truce from now until the end of the conference. Britain. America. France. To. -.-. Many Japan. Norway and Belgium Wiio represented at the committee Nee tin a. They All undertook nut to raise the ii tariffs or impose other Trade old talc duri is the truce. The Resolution said tie organising cum ii Iitto was a of Vii of that it Vas Essen tial for the fit cues a of Llie world to Aifoi ence that measures of Al kind which at i Oseit and paralyse inti National Trade be nut Irons lied. Pc Jusimi in of or Unity Fos lie Toncic in.0 to dealt Iiene Lively Wii i the to Blini. The love rank Nis ii inst it a no to to i ii Mittie let tins Rost Rio the Ril by l Init Jirair Sioui he truce a?rc-Pni-.- in any time after july 21, Vos. On giving one Nouth s previous notice to the conference the Resolution which constitutes i gentlemen s Ain be Iceni Ronies ii Ito immediate a Fitch Noums tiie sjgntorie6. The British foreign Secretary i sir join Simon i. On tiie instruction of the Cor Amii be. Will at once communicate tie it Oln Tion to the other nations who Iril be represented at the world economic of i. Ferenee. And will in Vic them to take Pirn Lar action. Roosevelt not for London Washington saturday. It in a nicely announced at the White in i be last night that president Loosevelt has no intention of attending the world eco nomie conference in London on june the chief United states representatives will be messes. James Cox and Bernard Baruch and or. Norman Davis ame Rica s special ambassador abroad. President Roosevelt or. Schacht German Delegate at White House \ Washington saturday i r. Schacht the German representative and president Roosevelt in a joint statement issued after their informal talks yester Day said that they were convinced the world economic conference could not succeed unless along with economic die armament there was military Dianna Niento. We emphasise the necessity for a speedy elimination of the obstacles to International Trade and we feel tha the creation of stable conditions in the Mone tary Field Are equally important Saij Tau White House statement. In the spirit of the Tariff truce proposal. ? tie Senate yesterday rejected an Amend ment to the tax Bill which would have authorised higher tariffs in goods from countries with deprecated currencies. Canada and France reduce tariffs to each other Ottawa saturday. Treaties Between j Canada and ? Ranee were signed by the prime minister or. Bennett yesterday. These provide for a reduction in the Tariff barriers Between the two countries. Canada s exports of wheat Aid canned Salmon to France Are Likely to increase under Ibe new arrangement. I. J Uganda Africa no a is Kornj a in e i Tensive plans to completely rid the Nile of its sudd Lar a floating islands of Vee i tuition Itiat have Eer Ioui by obstructed Trai ii on this River for Many centuries. Schmic tiniest these floating become i id solid enough to support the Weitzn ? an elephant. Sick headache la i not no Cesary to 2ive in to that ? headache. It a bit old Fash Olej the modern a Oman who Leek a headache Omin of at any time takes Bayer aspirin and lie Jilb it ii. Keep ba.vc aspirin tablets Handy. In a to p Juir Ejra Ementi. Headaches systemic Paino. Co be at inconvenient Tinus. Of do colds. You can cud ii Ieni before they Aro fairly started if. Von Ali Only ? remember ibis 3 my. Harmless of Reid. Arry it ii yur mrse Aid ure coi Forf Shoppe ii to i. I enl s Cit t be theatre or picture s. Aniio Yukiji. Napkins aches that by to i Aso of nerves by Day Are e a Deli i Jiny. Pains that once kept people Liotine w for Proton half an hour after you have taken two or three Tablet of Biyer aspirin. The More serious Youv Suft Orin a. If ? More three tablets will . If you Ait Bayer aspirin Yon will net i no Relief. In every package o genuine App ii in tablets a proven which cover s. I oids. Sore Throat Toothache. A Miv Ilia. Ii unitimnliaio.1 i in Uniat ism. C i Iris. A similar a t ?. Asj Vii t.---= of i t f ii von and Bev ? ii to Barm von. Titiev a in Ikirt a the. I .e.-ivt. To y Liou to to the Moniati Tiivi them v. Jiei Iever you Nej Tho n t be enough to and the Oisin. .-\1 a Henits. Sell a it brr Caf Yijin in Boci Vij tablets. Btl of 2i ?r, lit Alet Tho c mss us a u i on v lab l Avor. J in Sis it. Breckan club j Victor Harbor v Golf . R a . Iii a Lin,5. Mini p. ? ? i he rim. Oti a . .1 ? 1 ? i. J Fri . June. Up or to ,-.. i?1 Ai ii ii . J r Istir j Drift. a a oct Kiiji i . J ring Victor 25 Cut pres re and Balze Hoed cutlery drawer. is so so Large table Nith Carver s chair h mm-k1&ra it ? and 5 Small chairs All with leather i uhis Sti a i3mhilil,lil a Tiv by ?. ? 9 Oak Kitchen Cabinet fitted wit ii divided cutlery drawer. H a we. _ _b8hjt3sjlbc a he Jimines drawer and enamelled bread bin i it by # m ? # m nil in at of Man is id a Cathedral Glass doors at top. 4 it. In. I .7.a7. Of Fth of Iron p Oates and Frame table and two solid Oak chairs All nicely polished i of Cyl i Logu to cts. Full prize Money and Correct solution is held by advertising manager of the san news pictorial. First Price �40, second �7 10 third �2 to the first Lioe a some people i r m i ? i tue ? a i a _ ?. Juu ? a ? fat to think of old age but there its ?. A. 3shfthf t if v. 1 g Wrhen tons in Tuia up a in Ink and it e1 wins a a a Lucky Winn Eriv . Tif left z&?-ue0l Msty picture Wori Competition no. 6. I so sir l Ftp asst Sefc Al f Kel in Hail 5j Cotins place. Lejb. So �9j avs Jim a Cawthorne music House. M&m.9/ ? a Brej Iffatt tint Otimus toe in l7a Rundle str it Adelalde t Siwwi for to rat to it Mim of 6d. Each solution or 4ss.# & 2s s Siut Loiis for 2/?�$w now r Raj a Max postal notes or Stamps j4/ to v a a. Off 5t3 i hfe1 ,1./ 1c 1d is a addrs�4 envelope or a p Mac edit i a Jess Job i by he or lord. Re suit Hill be ported to on int Wpm by my Eit of a sir. Piper in ls Nutsie and or � c i ?. _. o naia. L Otto Al. Bet be Cir entry Crecy solution and prize winners of no. S Competition a zcccsnv.u by a. Tee noted. Thurs must Kize one error d. P Ria be paid to Correct or a arts in. Haie 484 Kiowa Street. Aikui Currii Toltsi Tiomi. Ii second of �7/10 and Ott j. Of or of j k.- . Miss v. L. Gil 30. To ird i �m0 to next nearest Cut 3� i a i iffy Umb. Wits ii a Huv mail North Terrace. Adeline . I pet it t a Divide. Sli Ould More Tolan a. I 9 Cier be ? � 1 1 Zoti. D. E. Blat. All cry. . F in so prize i net Nore than 10 shares fir a i iwrtmj2fctf in swi of Mars v cd Aci Elair . I Aore Tern 10 tie for second pria. Up Hii. Wuf\�2 r ed6 5 third prize 3 Enorst mrs r e second and i had Price Money be co raft Mlot Otu a hence sir Orbost. 2 Sharas. Or 3uin. Cd paid to Madets of second Pri Ejoan in Tsy 4.- it Flu lems Campber Lovix. Int tioy6s of the pro voters or men jars of a w Wal c i in Fri As t. Wooh e. St. Kind. Of t.- ies Are not eligible to compete. Each War. T to Nam. Or a wuss. D 3__ Blae Riu a in May mean it of ? wort tax ?. I t a of Offil at Alec Are. P. J. Ford. A Ria Ion. To. Or three words. But Xot More a a. Inv wet is afew Wpm a do you dream a night and arc Tumi three. Esd Vord added omitted ? Vasif 3s� k he Edsa i your dreams i or . or misplaced is an error. The. M j 0 no.-? a a % i or r Haas Oci i a cause a Era de tout inc i made up Aid is la Iovu Nifon go camb �. A a of half offt is y Sjoni Iosso to have a special meaning Eul Reir Only by the adverts inc manager o r Competition closes 10.15 . Thursday 25th May. 1933 Jig saw puzzles j4. To i a ,1 no 4npi ? top in Iivo Iliili. In Ail i now one reach Adelaide ,1 to ,m.,. The new French remedy shoreha., .br.um. And Ascol . Is vhf he ssh ssi i j=.i us ? English Prim -.i. A. .,.,.-.vj ?., if a. A i ? ttfss31��22ss3ssss2�.,.,. Discriminating smokers maintain Riz a sold by Bickford us red. Ii a ? 1. \-.?, papers make a Good smoke 10 per cent., in ii a iia Aiani belter. 4d. Doubles. 2d. Singles. Solo it i in nov. \ Ira flu of Ali everywhere. J

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