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Adelaide Mail (Newspaper) - November 4, 1933, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia h a i g. The world s oldest whisky agents Crofton & co. Ltd _i49 Flinders Street Adelaide. 1 Curetha cold flumes 1 i Ca flu 1 at All chemists and stores i prepared by Burden Ltd. Adelaide. Naii it to ii Iii to a Hall Mark now favorite for cup Bank May Sanction 10 million loan Brilliant Derby win gains him Many supporters dramatic Rise from sixth position Regilla still in demand from the mail special representative in Melbourne Melbourne saturday. Hall Mark is now favorite for the cup. This Brilliant heroic Colt stirred everybody today by his Clear Cut Victory in the Victoria Derby. He has joined the ranks of the Champion three year Olds who have won the . Derby and Victoria Derby in the same year. Hail Mark will carry 16 in. Less than he did in the three year old classic this afternoon and judged on the Way in which he ran away from his opponents he will prove a formidable candidate in the Rich two Miler. In winning the Derby Hall Mark equalled phar Lap s record of 2.31 � for the race. J. Holt the Trainer of the Brilliant three year old is confident of Success. He has yet to win a Melbourne cup but in conversation with him he said Hall Mark is a great Colt. You saw what he did this afternoon and i think he will win the Melbourne cup just As easily As he did the Derby Regilla who has Rule As favorite for tin pan week or to ran up to expectations in the Melbourne stakes. That race i run All against him. But the Champion Chestnut Rore to the occasion and Over a came All difficulties. He did not have much to spare at the finishing line but lie pulled up Well. There is no doubt that he will be particularly hard to de feat on tuesday because he is a renowned i weight Carrier and a proved stayer. Gaine Carrington who won the caul Field cup did not disgrace himself this afternoon and he must be set Down As Ai possibility. His Trainer. T. Godby has no fear of Gaine Carrington not run 1 nine out the distance. He has Hopes of j Gaine Carrington equalling the feat of Poseidon in winning the two cups double in 1906. Poseidon is the Only horse to have achieved the feat. Shadow King was not seen out this afternoon but his Chance does not Appeal As this son of comedy King had Bis Chance in previous years. Flail ran third to pretzel and Greenhorn in the Hotham Handicap end that form says something for his Cliance on tuesday. Pretzel appeals j of All the Hotham Handicap runners j pretzel certainly stands out. This Well 1 proportioned son of spelt Crne carried 7 b. More than his Melbourne cup Wei it that afternoon and he scored in a maa tier which suggested that he tar outclassed sufi opponents. He has yet to prove Bis ability Over two Miles but Hie Trainer a. B. Payten does not hold any qualms i about it. Pretzel is a fit tiered. Topical was an Absentee today but this Eon of windbag is fit and his Chance can not be denied. He won the australian cup in the autumn and Only True stayers win Guch Long events. Oro far from disgraced himself in the Melbourne stakes and he will be much Fetter suited by the extra distance on tuesday. Oro has done everything asked of him in his training. Peter Jackson a stablemate of Gaine Carrington May do better than generally expected and he is to be preferred to regal son. The latter disappointed in \ the Hotham Handicap and his form. Following upon his Disma Mooney Val Ley cup failure has lost him Many j friends. One thing in certain and that is that Jie will have to show much improved form to have a Chance in the �7,000 event on tuesday. Good stayer metallurgy in too inconsistent to be j recommended but Ruach makes far More Appeal Ruach is a Good honest stayer and cannot be left out of the calculations As Euck a race As the Melbourne cup. J it is within the Bounds of possibility j that he May beat the favorite. He did not run today nor did pilatus. The latter May do fairly Well without Ever be up really dangerous. Paterina was never sighted in the cantata stakes and she or mainly veins out of the picture in the Jiel Bourne cup. M Smicker and James Aitch also appear to be in the same category. But it a different with Greenhorn the new Zea. Land red representative who ran second i to pretzel in t in Hotham Handicap Thies afternoon. Fro Koin a Strong tip for tiie Howrani. And he gave pretzel i a hard race until Tho half distance. He1 May be the be to of the outsiders in tuts 1 Day s race. Blixt ii was i disappointment in the Derby. This i put raid to it is a Rutle bit Over Vati had every Chance in the Derby this afternoon but he failed i Liis attempt to be among the place letters. J on paper he has no Chance whatever of Defi it intr Hall Mark. ? word who ran second to Regilla in j the last Sydney cup showed fairly pro Inis ii form in the Monnet Valley cup a week ago but it would seem that lie i is much too close to Hal Mark to be ? Rivi ii a winning Chance. All the Sam he is a Urmol stayer and that will count for a lot in the Melbourne cup. Failure of potau Bleak up was another Victoria Derby input and petau completely fim at the business end of the Hotham Heinri Imp i Tau has eone out i favor i the up. S his stall inmate. Trivento who has been known As the mystery horse for the j past week or so. Ran a most Peculiar it l Mit Derby pal phar did Well in the Derby. His to Miner. E Fisher told me tonight that h would withdraw the Colt on monday. Summed up the Field should provide in pm Itin rate. There is no doubt that j Hall Slack and Rogil a now Taud out j from Fli fir opponent with pretzel also j in the running but All the same there is j certainly a possibility of romi.1 other dilate surprising by winning be Rae. T live i selection now Regilla Hall Mark pretzel to lib Iii it i Seila Lavva Eitts Regilla will still win the Melbourne gup said Darby Munro when he weighed in on Hall Mark after the Derby. Ii expressed Surprise when told that the heroic Colt had equalled phar Lap s record for the race. was Only galloping Over the last two furlongs. I got through on the inside and the Colt came Home full of running. After going half a Raile ii had no fear of the order of preference after today s races was Hall Mark. Rosilla. ? pretzel. Oro. Gaine Carrins ton. Nord topical Rega Sou. Petau. Ruach. Blisten Trivento Peter Jack son flail. Pilatus. Break up. Metallurgy Greenhorn. ? Shadow King. Mimicked James Aitch Paterina. J pal bar can a set Down As a doubtful Star Tai. J Derby Day fashions on Page 4 Rac ing results on Page 8 j turf writers selections the consensus of opinion among news paper racing experts is that Regilla will win the Melbourne cup on tuesday. Hall Mark is regarded As Hie most serious rival. Anticipations of leading newspapers in Australia Are the mall Regilla Oro pretzel Hall Mark. The news Regilla Hall Mark pret Zel. The Herald Hall Mark Regilla Nord. Perth sunday times Hall Mark. To Gilla times Melbourne Hall Mark. Trivento. Regilla. The australasian Hall Mark petau topical. Circle 1 Blisten or Nord. Sydney truth Regilla pretzel Hall Mark. Sydney referee Regilla Oro Topi Cal. Sydney Dally Telegraph Hail Mark Regilla pretzel. Sporting Globe Hall Mark or to Gilla. Smith s weekly Regilla Oro. Melbourne truth Gaine Carrington. Regilla Oro. Allowing three Points for first Choice two for second and one for third the effect of the selections by 13 newspapers is As follows Regilla ? 1 Hall Mark ? 2 Oro ? 3 pretty night wedding a pretty marriage was solemnized at St. John s Church Halifax Street to nit Fht when Mist Eileen Scott of Bor ill town. Was married to or. To Parkinson of Yerrell station Queen 1 land. The Bride was Given away by her Uncle. Or. To. A. Hewitt. Of North Ade Laide. And the Rev. H. P. Finnis of i rated. The bridesmaid was miss Helen i Liap Jinan and the Best Man sir. Robert Howard of Borden Torii. After the Cere mom a reception was held at the Home of or. Hew t. In Tyne Street North Adelaide. A fire today in the shed and workshop. Beloi Kina to or. E. Hand of 4tf Milne Street. Prospect partly burned the san a and destroyed a trap which was in shed was insured for �100. Expulsion of Panter British protest to Germany j ? j ground sought mail special representative 1 London saturday. Acting under instructions from London the British am a Bassadore sir Eric Phippe is protesting to the German government a Rajas the sex Puvion from the country of the Britt a journalist or. Noel Panter. J sir Eric is demanding on what ground j or. Panter was arrested and on what ground he was expelled in View of the i German admission that he committed no 1 illegal offence. J the British action Hoe Given great Satis faction to the whole of the foreign press. A new discipline order has been issued by Herr Hitler s Deputy Herr Hess Eye ? the Berlin correspondent of the times it threatens More severe punishment for i Over zealous nazis who exceed the limits i of the Law. The of glorious aspect of the nazi re Volution must not be clouded by Sciort comings Aud tactless Ness it Days. Petty j obstructive Ness must definitely cease Espe scially attempts to exert pressure on those who Are not nazis regarding the flying of flags and the giving of the nazi Salute Herr Hess adds that the Day will come when every German will be proud to per form Tho nazi Salute. That Day would come All the sooner if less impression were gained that the Salute was being Foreit imposed. Pleasant Day tomorrow after a hot and Dusty sunday and then a Dull Aud showery one Adelaide can look Forward to a really plea ant sunday tomorrow. The government meteorologist or. E. Bromley said tonight that conditions should be Fine with warmer temperatures. The state is still under the in fluence of the Large High pressure system he said. Although ome monsoonal activity in the North is causing Cloud formation it should not affect tomorrow s weather even though tonight is fairly Cool woman lifted by whirlwind Melbourne saturday. Roaring like an express train a terrific whirlwind struck Batman just beyond Coburg late today and Tore 40 6heefcs of Iron from the roof of an implement works. It flattened several fences lifted a woman in the air and ripped the tiles off roofs of Many Bouses. At Rawling a works sheets of Iron were torn from the roof and 30 or 40 of 1 them were scattered Over a paddock. 1 sheep stampeded wildly before the Iron which descended on them. So great was the Force of the wind that i one piece of Iron was driven right \ through a galvanised Iron Wall. Dinghy season opens leaving a Trail of foam in Hor Uduc the Mirov chars in ii or on her Triy from Henley 10 Grange if take part in tin Najj Ician opening for the Seaton of Grange Dinghy club. F a in the in for if take in tin Najj Ician opening for search for boy heir to Fortune taken from Convent in Queensland Mother seeks Brisbane saturday. A there is St Pheu land of o Kwafe. Also known As step a a Banigan. 11-year-old inheritor of an Irish estate Worth �600 a tear who was taken from the charge of Helidon Convent on tuesday afternoon his Mother is. Making a frantic search with the ail of the police solicitors and the press j but so far without Success. J she has an order from the supreme court of new South Wales giving her custody of the child and she claims that she has cent 14 Monthe searching for him on the other hand or. J. Toohey of Hope Street Spring Hill claims that the boy s father who died in june Mal him guardian of Stephen and that guardian and for reasons of his own e. Has had the boy event to new South Wale. But chief inspector Batter by of the Queensland police this morning mrs. P. O Keefe e solicitors and informed them that Folie boy Iliad been located of 1 the police at or. Toohey s address in ? Spring Hill. The Story of the search for and to removal of the boy Reade. Like the most astounding fiction although the detail spare backed up by documents and by state ? Mente made in the presence of witnesses. The most that or. Toohey would admit ? when confronted by a soc Tor e oleic. Armed with a copy of the new South Wales court s custody order Wae that the j boy might be in Taree where Hie Sitter 1 was living. Sister tells it Wae the sister in charge at Ueli Jou Convent. Sister Fabian who gave details of the removal of the boy and also tiie address to which it was believed he Lac been taken. Arising out of her reply to a Mac serious advertisement in a newspaper mrs o Keefe Learned that her 6on was in thei Helidon Convent. Accordingly she came to Brisbane and then went on to too 1 Loomba where she saw a solicitor. He advised her to procure the original or the custody order from pm South Walet before applying to the Convent for pos session of the boy. But mrs o Keefe had so Long searched a vain and had twice appealed to Tho i Olive of a a South vacs Aud Queens Laud for ast Ici Tai re in her a a St Uit Loai the boy being located that now she had definite information she could not wait any longer. In an interview with the sister in charge of the Convent. Mrs. O Keefe produced a copy of Tho custody order Ignie i by a solicitor. Sister Fabian film due a that Tho boy was there but Eaid that Slu i Koukl not live irim up without Itie Iii i Luction of the original of the court order. ? search in Hills for woman left Home five Days ago move than 30 people Inch thing a 1111 -.?-. Her o police Rirl private Tisot in n 0 1, its Soo Ivd the dittiict6 Roumel or airs i id Stirling Liis aft Moon m in Jansi. Essen a Sean Tilor ilits Waii Liport Lvii a. F in yet Park who hns beet Ince tuesday. My t Iio acc ail were outs rain tonight. Less Borth Ink is s Iffe i Pivova a ? Vous breakdown ibid Hus been Van i i in i1 Hills it Iho Post lived i a s r r ? Hus i Law it ? Housty for food Iii i ? or Iii Vint has before the san Che s hard of herv.ir. A Cost Ink Ilsley. Of Uisok i ukr. Wan out with parties a Tih r. ? a id ii May Sueyhing a wide Avea o Cibij try without us i i is. Miss h Tiivi. U a it. I. Toii.?d i i 1. ,. A. Iri h u. I I a a i -.-, -.?.?. A. 1. ?.?,-.? or a i. L a. Haiti i or monday to niak.? amende. A gift. I Oln Rii Idun to. Then of Iii pics Iio display by ,1 South australian Vrat. Vits Chi n crier. Ji.5 ended by an a i of Iinjort-Ilj i at i by of of in. His Fliam in it Iiri ii Nad is u it i i i 1 Hose f i and n. Ivio have no been pm of .1 til Iii. A ii liar Tifi iss a not foil he i usual , Kaili Aik a r Kopini -.vi. I . In Iii it Day. I was Anin Lail i in a is to Ith h i ump ii urts. Lose grip on game j s..Vi a it Iii a a.-. Jivat ,m.-. It i i ii 1 Handy Kad v Ruth a in j 13 Mai i. Ti1tiiii.l . Liui. A it ii in.Vi.--Ktb in for a a Vul. in in iiv.i. And wish Only re wirk1 1 runs us do C i in 11 out. 1 the Iai ii ii i i in bit. I j .-?-.? vie ii Uli Lijin i they j bit,Ii i--.-, Art. T i i. T i Iii i j -.-Riaiis?. Niider ii a \ details Vul Page 10 i. Cricket in favor of Victoria candidates for tests 200 by by adman after two Days play in Sheffield shield names Queensland s Oun a defeat by new South Wales seems Mev Taole Wile a Brilliant second is Nini Zis opening p.81 nereid in by Ponso d and Rigg Bas put Vic Toria in a favourable position against South Australia. Shield games will guide selectors in their task of picking a team to Send to Enda cd next year and Bradigan Lias a Ain risen to no. 1 Hoko by a dashing 200 Agai diet Lucens land. It. Was Nis seventeenth double Century cd first Tulas if rpt. H. Nitschky in a partnership of 294 he w15 Heip by the 19-year-old Browni who i another possible Brown wasted Little time in compiling 154 his first Century in shield Cricket. Mccabe was Patchy in of object ing 20, but Kij i a and Fingleton Are in Iota again. Bowlers Shine o Bieti yrs performances last i Eaton should carry him into the team Aud his six for 58 yesterday Ehor he is Jutt As accurate. On the Adelaide Oval two slow bowlers the Veteran Clarrie grim Mett and the Young Victoran Fleet Wood Smith triumphed. Yesterday Crimmett s Wile. Tricked seven victorians and today Fie Enwood Snaith did the same to six South Anetra Linus. In View of Tronu gouger s failure in this match Grimmett s chances of an i other trip Are still brighter. I with 59 not out Ponsford has already made up Hie first Inu Noti miss. The left Banders Bromley Aud Darling i i have Crichet scores in the news Dunn Iii i main Init Days play i i Tho Isief Ticlad shield match lie to can South Australia Aud Vuk ii i i at Adelaide Oval a special Ritu pfc. Of lotion of the Newe will or published each Raj giving Tho r in eco ret for Tik. Daj together ? with a i ii Hii bail for Bali description o Iho Jav. Order your copy Tarly. Ainu glance men on Parade the Onley division of the St. John ambulance March i ing past then sir George Murray took the Salute at the Parade i held on the Parade ground this afternoon. F n i ing the at Parade f Guy Fawkes night in suburbs boys at Public Homes celebrate More monday 17 very suburb gave the impression 01 j a miniature Bombardi nent tonight. When Youn Adelaide celebrated Guy Fawkes Iii but with Eirv kind of firework from crackers to huge cannons and Flower pots to rockets. Bonfires lit up innumerable Back Yard and vacant allotments and Guys ?wei1. Burned with a Salvo of cautions to Speed them on their Way. Although a number of Boci ires. Lit by children pot out of control and sub i a ban fire brigades were summoned to put them out no serious blazes were . Grass on vacant allotment burned freely and on several occasions the a prompt action of fire brigades prevented the fires j from spreading to nearby houses. A Jirash fire on a vacant Block on port Road near the Brompton methodic Chuich. Vas Outing isred by the Hind Marsh brigade before it could do an damage to the Church. The Fia Ruee spread to within 20 it. Of a shop. Another file on a vacant paddock o f Tho Slagill Road. Magill was also put out Bernor it did any damage. A number of institutions the night with bonfires. At the Church of England boys Home Walker vice. The 29 ii Matt burned several Guys Aud Iliad their fireworks mud a the Caie of the Matron mrs. Mangili Cuddy. The salvation army Boye Home. Ken town also had its celebrations to night. In addition to the fireworks provided by the parents of the children mrs. J Lavington Bonython left some much appreciated additional supplies during tin.1 Day. By monday night it is estimated Abou 1 .000 strings of Penny Cracker will Haw gone up in smoke 30,000 packets of larger crackers. 50.000 Penny wheel.-?. 50.000 Penn jumping jacks 20.000 two Penny jumping Jack. Aid to e same number of two Penny a lulls. These fireworks Ilone not Abou �1.000, and is spectacular fireworks Euch As mount Vesuvius and Flower pot. According to a manufacturer Are now re placing the old fashioned bombs and Waii none and other Niobe noisy fireworks thir total will prob Rubiy be doubled. ? Stop press Bucht retains title Martin Bucht licht heavy Wei a wrestling Champion of Australia retained his title against Johnny Lewis at tiie exhibition building tonight. Each gained one fall. Russo japanese tension interest rate Only stumbling Block 3 per cent. Is loan Council s proposal ? Board to decide monday Melbourne today. It is expected that the Commonwealth Bank Board will agree to the loan Council s request that a loan of 10 millions should be raised to permit the state governments to com plete their financial programmes. The Only stumbling Block May be the rate of interest. The loan Council has suggested 3j per cent. This loan would satisfy both parties because it would give the states All the Money they want for works and the Bank Board would have a specific sum to reduce the floating debt by retiring Treasury Bills. Members of the Bank Board Are aware of the loan Council s desires on this loan and when the Board assembles on monday it should not take ions to formulate a reply to the loan Council. When the matter was discussed by the loan Council today however it was Fot that As the May loan was Over subscribed to the Estu to of �3,500,000 when the in rarest was 3?i per cent., and in the pre sent trend on interest was downward the government would be justified in going on the Market with a 3% per cent promo sit Ion. When the original plan to borrow for. Work to the extent of �12,000.000 v and use any surplus borrow ukr for reducing the floating debt was agreed to last feb Mary. The remarkable Puc Cees of the �5,000,000 loan which was floated in May was not anticipated. Although the London economic con Ference has not brought the hoped for result it is thought that the pub lie will readily absorb another loan of �10,000,000. Cut in floating debt the May flotation of �s,500.f00 dec i courage the loan Council to allocate �17.346,000 for the 19334 works at the june conference but at that St go the Bank Board would not forego its claim on Public borrowing exceeding �12,000,000. By making the next flotation one of �10,000.000 the loan Council now Hope to satisfy the Bank Board s desire v reduce the floating debt and at the san of time put the states in p. Position to carry out their full programme of works. The refunding of Treasury Bills from pubic loan Money does not of Cours. Reduce the National debt enough in lessens the Short term floating debt. With an aggregate budget deficit i it his year of �7,881,000, Apar from any borrow us for works it is inevitable the the National debt should grow in i a -.?-? of the efforts made under xae Premio plan the government still has to borrow. In this connection it May be noted that the total National debt state and Commonwealth has grown during the last financial year from �1,187,827,868 to �1,204,658,123 an increase of �16,830,255. As the Federal budget provides for Ali expenditure of one and a half millions o i works the prime minister or. Lyons considers that there in no need for a special loan to provide Relief work at Christmas As suggested in the House of representatives yesterday. The prime minister said that the ii Conidia uses his year were altogether Dii Bereut from last year. The Commonwealth and states now had a definite loan pro gramme. We have arranged to Start Federal Relief works As Early As possible and the same will no doubt be done by the state governments said or. Lyons. Driver throws goods from burning Van j the presence of mind of the Driver of a myer Emporium delivery Van prevented the whole of his goods consisting mostly of furniture from Beina damaged by fire which broke o it on the Van this after noon. When he saw the flames leaping i up behind him he tossed the furniture which had not been touched to Hie ground i portion of tin foods was Burnt and the Woodwork of the Van was severely dam aged. Shura Cherkassky the world s greatest boy pianist praises the famous Money saving family remedy for coughs colds bronchitis and influenza costs 2/ saves � s Over one million australian citizens annually prove that the bust remedy i banishing ailments of the Chest and Throat is the mixture so was inv made by ad1 ins sweetened water to a two shilling bottle of concentrated Reenzo. Reenzo should be used in every Home furniture m flames a fico on one of the motor lorries Longins to the a Var Emporium de strove a nearly Oliree Quarry of a Load of new furniture which was Wicins delivered in the. Theberton District today. The flames started in the Back a Orion of the lorry. The Driver showed i of presence of mind in throwing off Nortio it of the furniture which was saved. In is thongs rat that the fire May have be a caused by someone throwing a i Starett ? butt on the lorry. Or friction of the fun Nirnbe

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