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Adelaide Mail (Newspaper) - November 11, 1933, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia Haig the world s oldest whisky of it Crofton & co. Ltd 149 Flinders 8treet. Adelaide. Midi Guty edition Jimm Ali Niini Zigmint Nimg \ \ i flumes i i at All chemists and stores i prepared to Burden Ltd. Adelaide Stop press victorian by elections at tin1 Iio e of the count tonight Tojo figures were a i Laie 4.077. A i ii 3ifll Complete except v3,372, l .7 4. 2,073. ? i i. -Iinnpjetei. A -., fio Bairn 28,154, Hay v. V,., i g i2. Gibson 2,419 in ? ? .?.-. ?. J Mission report on natives 3�f Page 2. Furniture Pepys 3 tc1 a we i 5/ weekly for �30 Worth a .l4/i\. 10/ weekly for �60 Worth hk7 a a v 20 weekly for �120 Worth or or a. M a other amounts in proportion i a fold a o extend real credit to Young people i and others about to furnish. It in t Neces i sary to wait months or years until one s capital i accumulates. A Small initial payment puts i you in Possession of furniture of the highest our furniture dept has forced ahead in leaps and Bounds. ,. Umi us Are proud to be in the position to offer Yon such value and accommodation that no other firm can offer in modern furniture Ami. Furthermore you have the Assurance that every thing ice sell you is absolutely the latest if design and detail. Bedroom suites from 15 Gas. Lounge suites from. 14 Gas. Dining suites from ? 15 Gas. Kitchen schemes from 6 Gas. Eddy s Ltd. 12 Rundle Street Adelaide cent. 6353 sailors soldiers and citizens Honor War heroes How South Australia remembered those who fell in the great War. Scenes in and around Adelaide taken fifteen years to the very minute after the armistice was declared. From left butlers sounding the last Post some of the crowd who attended the armistic Day ceremony at the War memorial on North Terrace at the port Adelaide service from left j. Glazbrook who fought in the Zulu War h. Currell . Egypt and j. Trimble another former Soldier and a round being fired at the beginning of the two minutes9 silence at the naval depot Birkenhead. Freer spending and record tote figures cup week shows Way to happier times Melbourne saturday. Many aspects of this years cup carnival serve to show that depression Days Are disappearing. The most important factors Are Freer spending. Better attendances. More betting. Better dressed crowds. Record tote figures. Totalisator figures Tell a Happy tale. For the four Days of the carnival the total investments were �226,658, which is a record and �43,103 More than last year. Well lined purses cup time is invariably the occasion for free spending Bat the present season has revealed even More Liberal crowds than usual. The whole trend of business Points to a continuation of Rood trading with its consequent increase of employ ment. The patronage accorded the Victoria racing club during its cup carnival is accepted As a reliable guide to the buoyancy of spirit that develops in a Public with Well lined purses. Attendances Are Well up on last year punters Are betting More freely and the Well tailored and daintily rocked figures on the lawns and Hill Bear testimony to the thriving business done by tailors mercers dressmakers and milliners. This year the totalisator investments for the first three racing Days of cup week reached �181.250. Or Only �2.304 Lese than the total investments for the four Days of last year. Investments for Oaks Day this year were �41,231, an improvement of �10,274 on the takings for the same Day last year. In searching for the reason _ for the Genera improvement in conditions so apparent at Flemington. One Factor that stands out is the recent big increase in Wool prices. What is probably just m pleasing is the activity of local manufacturers in the Wool Market in recent weeks. They have acquired big supplies of raw material to convert into cloth Blanket socks and underwear. This Means increased employment in Mills and factories and greater spending Power in the Community. Further evidence of Troe porous times is revealed in the increasingly heavy demands on space for coastal Trade motor cars harvesters and other agricultural implements Are being snipped to other states m greater numbers than since 1929, and the increase in tonnage is providing work for Many More men on the waterfront. Compared with sales made in october of ia6t year business has shown a very marked improvement at City stores and emporiums. Representatives of leading firms said today that cup week business had shown a heavy increase on that for cup week in 1932. Dash Over wild country to help youth friends break into shed Tor phone Sydney saturday. Ambulance men police and a doctor sped Over rough roads from Gosford to tug Gerah scrambled Over wild country to Ouri mbah Creek and re turned to Newcastle Hospital this after noon to save the life of a youth who had been accidentally shot. The youth who was named Fletcher was with a shooting party when his 12 gauge Shotgun exploded and wounded Nim in the Abdomen. His companions had to Bieak into a Power station near the Creek to phone the tug Gerah railway station. Porter Bray immediately told the wrong and Gosford police and or. Wil son ambulance men and police were summoned. So rough was the country where top youth Lay that the ambulance had to be stopped nearly two Miles away while the rescuers made their Way Over the rough tracks. With difficulty the Stretcher carriers began their trip to the ambulance which do tied to Newcastle Hospital about 30 Iti Les away where the South was admitted. Two Huirt in motor race Sydney saturday a Rac a motor it James Wall asked 26, of Rose Bay Ami his Mechanic. Donald Irons 12. Of Lien i Iii a i Tiv Evio ulv injured at Way late this after you. When their to r Gnu Hyvl during a race and scour Jilch several times. Wall sustained injuries to me Back ally ins to thu face. And Irons a frartut\1 left Ami and abrasions to the face. They were admitted to hos child Falls 140 it. Svenk. u.tui . Although Oij Ilu v. Or old cd ii Iii urn ii i Kin Street. St peu.-. I id Tulit Nuoc to of null s w Riik it it a Xauiirii this Itti i Jodii and a nuck ii Levi f 40 it 1k to ii toppled nearly 100 it. To the Bottom he was not he Rio my injured. I he Lay there unconscious until a Man who had witnessed her fall climbed Down to her i Kle. Tie Juirl was admitted to the Royal print Alfred Hospital Eutivi in from Ronqui i i and a Vulio i. ? motor cycles collide in -., Nioli vol. .-.-? ? Nin Ontl u.id. William Prter. Daft in a. Of Alfred ctr i t. Parkside a tame a a lacerated foot Aud concussion he was admitted to the Adelaide Hospital by the malt Cricket writer Frank Collins port Adelaide medium Pace Bowler clinched his claim for a place in the state Side by a Fine perform Ance against Kensington in District Cricket today. After taking six for 27 in the first innings by Kensington he followed this up by taking six for 21 today. Twelve wickets for 48 in the match in the burst that carried port through to an outright win Collins took five Wickete for one including the hat trick. This was his second hat trick in District Cricket. His first was registered in Hie Early games with the port senior Eide. The port Man is now second to b. J. Tobin on the list of aggregate Wickete for the season he has taken 15 wickets and appears to be get for a successful season. Collins makes Pace from the wicket with i medium Pace deliveries and he is a j Type of Bowler who could stand up to and amount of hard work. He has in a raved As a batsman in the past two sea sons and opened the present series with a soundly compiled 107 not out against Glenelg. I Collins would be an acquisition to the i state Side at the present time a his a i curate Bowling would give Wall Fine sup port with the new Ball and he could be j re tied upon to ret runs on the lower part i of the Batt no list. South Australia will need to strengthen the Side for Tho Bis matches to come and ? i seen ii certain that Collins will be Wei cited for the next Sheffield shield Frame Laengst new South Wales on december 1 19. Collins claim for inclusion in state eleven Council bans sunday Tennis Tik Curtis Ide Council has reaffirmed its \ decision riot to allow sunday play on j i Tennis courts under it control. Other councils which ban sunday Tonni j include l Nley. Payne am Theberton j j Prospect Walkerville. Woodville. Port Adelaide and Hindmarsh. It is permitted in Adelaide St. Peters us Lenell. And Henley. Their Are no Council controlled courts Jin Kensington and Norwood Mitch Iii it Triin Iti. And Brighton i i i 01 a Adlaido i .i.isi in to. I Iriti Jii imoji4 taif Domb is Iii of to Rii i f Iai Floth ii constables and Gardner arrested Man who we. Lett charged at the City watch House with hav j in been on the premises of the club for the purpose of betting. �100 to each of 3 firms �30,000 Hospital remodelling sixteen compete prizes of �100 each in a Competition for the Best design for the remodelling of the children s Hospital North Adelaide have been won by three Adelaide architectural firms. They Are Woods Bagot Lay Bourne Smith & Irwin g. Beaumont Smith and j. R. S. Evans & l. Gre gory Brner. The result was announced tonight by the Lay superintendent of the Hospital or. E. A. Smith. He added that the building committee of the Hospital had appointed Woods Bagot Laybourne Smith and _ Irwin to carry out the work which it w Esti mated will Cost �30,000. Sixteen entries were received and the judging was completed tonight by or. A. G. Stephenson. J or. Stephenson said that the winning entries showed a Good appreciation of the subject. The nature of the work for which designs were submitted involved a difficult task. The number of entries was excellent he added. A similar Competition in Mel Bourne would not have attracted More. Or. Stephenson and his partner. Or. P. H. Meldrum who specialise in hos Pital architecture will return tomorrow to me Mourne. Sunny Day Likely tomorrow people who wish to go out of doors and particularly to the beaches can expect another Fine and sunny Day tomorrow. The government meteorologist or. Bromley in his official forecast tonight stud that temperatures should be moderately warm. Pushing ahead with new Bridge Brisbane saturday. The construction of a new Central Bridge from Kangaroo Point to Bowen Terrace May be be fun earlier than next june. The Premier or. Forgan Smith who returned to Bris Bane this afternoon from Melbourne said that the Date of the commencement of this work for which the loan Council had granted Queensland the right to raise �2,000,000, would depend on the tune occupied in preparing plans and specifications and in making the necessary re sumption. He was pushing on As quickly As pos sible the completion of the details. 4. Great amount of preliminary work had Al ready been done by the Bureau of Indus try and it waa not impossible that a Start would be made before june. 400.000 poppy Sellers in London London saturday. In London the first of 400,000 armistice Day Sellers took up their Poste at Midnight in expectation of realising a total of �600,000. Canoeing on Choppy Waters a party of i our out m none no the i lips raut Golf Nell Whix a str noun. Three of the part Vure in swimming costumes but the fourth i Deuly did not mind the risk of the frail Craft capsizing. R out Rajtr noun. Free not capsizing. Lady Peacock has hold on parliamentary seat . Has commanding Lead in Flinders Warrnambool fight Melbourne tonight. Lady Peacock widow of sir Alexander Peacock who for 40 years represented Allandale District in the Vic Torian legislative Assembly seems assured of being Vic Toria s first woman member of parliament. Of latest figures in the by election for Allandale conducted today lady Peacock is Well ahead of her labor opponent. The returns show Allandale lady Peacock . ? 4,840 w. Mcadam lab ? 3,427 by elections were also held in the Barri Kambool state electorate and in the Flinders Federal constituency. The latest counts in these districts Are Warrnambool h. S. Bailey ind. Lab ? 2,769 k. Mcgarvie . ? 2,685 Robert Glasgow ? 1,934 f. Gui lab ? 1,385 Flinders j. V. Fairbairn . ? 14,026 a. Haywood lab ? 7,619 r. Gibson com ? 1,061 or. Fairbairn appears certain to hold for the ?. The Federal seat which or. S. M. Bruce has vacated. Did no electioneering lady Peacock has an immense personal following in the election and is known personally to every resident of Creswick Clunes. And other mining towns Whiteb comprise the Allandale electorate. For Many years past lady Peacock has been regarded As the unofficial member for the District she was considered to have an even Nore intimate knowledge of the requirements of the election than her late husband. A unique feature of her candidature was the fact that she did no electioneering whatever during the Campaign. Friends who persuaded her to nominate conducted a vigorous Campaign on her behalf which to Many of her Fol Lowers seemed superfluous. In View of her popularity one of the really surprising features of the count in that the labor candidate or. Me and am polled to Well in opposition to her. Popular labor Man the Early count in the Warrnambool contest disclosed that or. Bailey who held the seat until the split occurred Over the premiers plan Issue and the election which followed was slightly ahead of or. Mcgarvie. Or. Bailey is very popular in the electorate and although he lost considerable labor support when he lady Peacock Eacock followed or. Hogan in Hie Light against the official opposition to the premiers plan he was expected to poll Well. It was considered by Many people that it was Only the Strong personal vote in favor of or. Fairbairn which unseated or. Bailey at the last election. Or. Bailey s popularity with All sections however is emphasised by the figures which show that he must have received a Strong labor vote Over the official labor candidate or. Gil who has polled Only half the votes recorded for or. Bailey. The country party candidate with More than 1,900 votes will assist or. Mcgar vie greatly if the latter finishes at the head of the poll on the first count. On the present figures his second refer prices should be sufficient to drive the . Candidate a heat. The Warrnambool vacancy was caused by Che resin nation of or. Fairbairn who is a candidate for the Federal seat of flin Ders. Flinders fight the figures show that the . Candidate for Flinders or. Fairbairn has polled practically twice the number of votes combined of the other two Candi dates messes. Haywood and Gibson. The electorate is a far Flung one. And there Are still a Large number of votes to come. Returns Are still far from Complete. The vacancy was caused by the acceptance of the if re by or. Bruce. Loan prospects Good. Says Northern Premier Brisbane. Saturday. Confidence that the loan of �10,000.000 which the austra Lian loan Council is about to raise wll be fully subscribed soon after flotation Vas expressed by the Premier 01 Queensland or Fortran Smith today. I 1 am particularly pleased thai Tiu of interest has been to Mfd at Jer o Lii. In this i in k Poping Uitti i in Vitorts ii hip Boon made i m ii a 1,1 Iii ,?,�?-.? interests co to Jii ii talk. No. The discount a one it cont. Will Jiw a return to the in a for of approximately j �3 12/5 per irtni., lir continued. J that writ equivalent to the aver.ie i turn Kiik a Coujil he out Iines on i i kit at pre of Fiir aids italian Coiiholi,Iiij Stok. Iiin.iy Tho Foitik Lim Lium ri vil.-. To lit i1,.i Ivi Iii ice .ii.v i. M ? 1 ?.? v. Vis i i Liviu. Thi in ? i Ittis i out i Lin 1 v. Ort. I Surju Nic .?Illii of q a a slant or a Lite Atli a St Teo to replied. Women s place is at Home Church cooking and children Survey of world mail special representative London saturday. Surveying the status of women throughout tie world the daily mail emphasises that recent Ger Man decrees Tell women to follow the Kaiser s advice mind the three k a namely Kirche Kulcke Kinder respect ively Church cooking and children. The nazis Are sending them Back to the Home oat of factories and offices. But what about the fourth k pleaded a girl meaning Kleider or clothes at which a German instruct rese frowned. It is emphasised that the men who Are ruling Germany do not want helpless women merely to be petted but heroic creatures who will rear healthy children. They declare that unless the birthrate rises Poland will have 70 million people and Germany 40 million. Accordingly the egotistical period k ended. Women must put the nation s Good before their individuality. The italian fascists similarly regard women s place As m the Home doing everything possible to induce them to Dedi Cate themselves to maternity although they Are encouraged to indulge in Sporte that Are not strenuous. A special organisation morally and materially assists mothers before and after the birth of their children. New chinese decrees have Tabooed modern dancing in piping. Closed Caba rets and prohibited the slashed gowns that were introduced to make walking easier. They forbid women to Cycle As cycling offends women s traditional modesty. Engaged couples Are forbidden to walk with linked . The Shanghai offenders Are fined 7/6. Rim close ups of lore embraces Are banned in Canton. Business people feeling Pinch at it. Isa mount Isa saturday business people Here Are feeling the Pinch follow ing the continued exodus of Large numbers of people from the town because of the prolonged dispute Between the and the mount Lea mine management. The larger firms Are putting off most of their hands and in a few Daye will be conducting their limited Trade without staffs. The town is now very quiet and pre sents a deserted appearance in edit of the fact that Many Are still Here awaiting developments. The train which left this Moraine was crowded. Police were on the watch but Many jumped in As the train moved out. The mail train left at 1 . And it was again crowded with workers memorial decorated by youth and age Cross of pansies from Wolf cubs the Story of armistice Day was told in Flowers today. When the two minutes silence had ended just after 11 a.m., Flowers banked the base of the state War memo rial in a glory of blood red and Laurel Green. They came from All kinds and conditions of men from the governor who Laid Down a Wreath of Flanders poppies to the Wolf cubs who fashioned a Little Cross of pansies. ? after the reveille had broken the Spence. The governor sir Alexander bore Ruthven. the figure of sacrifice carrying a Wreath of Laurel and poppies. On it was a card which read to the immortal memory of those who fought and fell for us 19141918. From rhe governor and lady Hore Ruthven next came the Commonwealth govern ment representative or. C. A. S. Haw Ker m.h.r., with & mighty Wreath of Starlet Flowers then a Wreath from the Premier or. Butler and his Cabinet then another great Wreath of Scarlet from the state Board of the . The Batta Lione also sent wreaths. And then came the Flowers of the Plain men and women who had watched the service from behind the barriers. Their Little Bunches and bouquets were eloquent. A Man with a medal on his old coat put Down a tiny nosegay with a shame faced air another brought a single Stem of lilies wrapped up like a paper parcel. And there were Bunches of roses Al ready dying in memory of Young soldiers who had fought their last fight Many years ago. Other references on Page 2

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