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Adelaide Mail (Newspaper) - November 11, 1933, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia native problem far from solved Heads bowed in remembrance Mission urges prompt action left to study the sins of White men guidance is vital need the native question in Central Australia is far from being solved. According to a report from the superintendent of the Finke River Mission station Rev. F. W. Albrech definite action must be taken if the race is to be saved from extinction. The Federal government with the full support of the general Public must tackle such problems As the employment of natives in the settled areas adequate pro vision for those who have been deprived of a living in the old Way through the Advent of the White Man and the Protection of their family life by the use of women police or women . F. Albre Eft. These problems Are vital if the race is to be saved and it will be possible Only if the Public Eon science is kept live to the native problem he adds. Work among the natives of thie District Hermanns Burg. Via Marres is not an Eagy task states the report. Their Outlook on life is so vastly. Different from ours that misunderstandings and difficulties arise almost of necessity. On the other band one cannot say that they do not respond to the teaching and advice of the station staff. The Gap Between then the Stone ate and the White population is a tremendous one and can be bridged. Only by sympathetic understanding. Bush Tucker was scarce d urine the year since we had Only 461 Points of rain but native game has increased since the last drought and rabbits Are plentiful on several parts of the Reserve. The reason for the excellent health of the natives at the station we bad Only tw0 deat sont of the 299 natives be oar wheaten diet. Since the change from White floor to wheat was made the health of the people has improved remark ably. Give rations we support eur native population with what is absolutely necessary Able bodied men and women receive s 1b. Of wheat or 2 in. Of wheat and 1 in. Of Fiona a. Week together with % of. Of Tea and s of. Of sugar. This h not enough to sus Tain them and makes them search for Bosh Tucker and native tame which is beneficial to them. Children aged persons and mothers Are Given additional supplies. Clothing is supplied to All women and children Binder school age. And the workers get three outfits a year. Patches and thread Are issued every monday to those who care to get them. Soap which is made a the station is issued too the report adds that As sick natives sever come to the station unless a. Eom pained by their families and other v relatives their maintenance is often a strata. Work among these so called wild natives Hows steady Progress and the station is 4b Contact with 100 of them the orb the influence of the Christian natives none left his Home District a far As could be ascertained and no trouble was reported from neighbouring cattle stations. In pre thus years a Good Deal of conflict has occurred Between natives and cattle was. To Correct abusive and false reports from irresponsible individuals let us state that the Mission does not undertake to Supply clothing or european food to those people living in the unoccupied areas but rather that it does everything possible to encourage the Myalls to stay and live the lives of. Their fathers adds the re port. Whether Here at the station under the direct influence of civilisation or in the Bush where his curiosity about the White Man is aroused the native is Najiy in need of guidance. There is hardly native in Australia who has cot heard great tales about the White Nen and has been left bewildered at what in happen ing round him. To leave him alone is like leaving a Blind Man without guidance n the midst or City traffic. It is a tragedy to see Manv of the natives socially and spiritually uprooted through civilisation and left with no occupation but to study the White Man s sins. Burn cards the financial Burden of the station is great. The Commonwealth government makes an annual Grant of �320, but As the total Cost of Upkeep is is out �2,500. The lutheran Church has to find the greater part. The lutheran congregation at App Ila sent valuable consignments of dripping and clothing and also supplied 113 bags of wheat last Harvest. Every Avenue of securing meant of livelihood for the growing population at the station the being exploited. From 12 to 18 people found employment on the ran. At lilt Era Springs a number of horses were trapped and old for a net profit of �112. The Mission Board bought 100 cows to restock after the drought. As the natives could get fair supplies of meat in the shape of rabbits very few cattle were killed for meat but 85 were sold to Realise �229 net. At the station itself 30 men add women Are engaged most of the year. During the Winter months men not actually employed Hunt euro and wallabies and the Mission handled 861 skins last season. Half were sold to too risks. And the remainder Are still held. Curios also provide a source of income and some of the bigger girls and women do fancy work ukr which they Are Naid piecework. These May seem unimportant items but to our native Community they mean More than can be expressed in a few words concludes the report. Although top handling of these goods Means extra it re for the staff the natives Are Able to get a Little extra floor Tea and sugar w the the proceeds. To teach them the value of Money they Are always allowed to take Cash or kind notices 1 = deaths Encell. Of november 11. Brie Chuba 4e�rly beloved Sod of Charles Herbert Ancell of 14 Lewis Street Brooklyn Park aged six months. Borthwick on november 11, at Bis late us Dence. 57 East Parkway colonel ought Gar Dens Thomas Borthwick Loving father of John Tom and Jeanne aged t2 years. Bannerman. On november sat the Ade Laide Hospital William Shaw youngest son of the late John and Elizabeth Banner Man beloved father of William and Valma. Loving brother of Charlie. Elsie and May. Gray. Of november 11, at his residence. 37 bunt Laa Street Torrens Lle John hipper. Dearly lored husband of Ada Gray and Loving father of Hilda Gray aged years. No mourn ing by s 4a request Henderson. On october 11. At her Daugh Ter s residence. Albert Park Martha e., be loved Mother of Alex. Newtson. Aubrey. Glad Ston. Barbara and Dorothy. Ive. On november 11, at her residence Eliza Bentham the dearly beloved wife if Herbert parbury Ive of Gavaler Road Gepp Cross aged 66 years. Mcdowell. On november 11, at Iier late residence 143 Walkerville Terrace Walkerville. Bridget relict of the late Lewis Mcdowell. Aged 84 years. . Naylon. On november 11. At 29 Donegal Street Norwood Sonorah. Beloved wife of Patrick Naylon. Aged 78 years. Requiescat in pact w0rdle1. On november 11. At Adelaide. Albert Goody Joe Wordley of s8 King Wil Liam Street. Shot town and dearly beloved husband of Annie Adelaide Wordley aped 65 years. In memor1amshugg. In Loving memory of Samuel James a Flugg who passed away on november 12, 1930. Not just today but every Day. La silence we remember. Inserted by this wife and son Jack. ? ? funeral notices Ancell. The Kri Elij of or and mrs chalks eur est am .l ire Respre fully informed that tilt funeral of their a c son Barrie will leave their Resi Dence 14 be is Sirett. By Jok Lyu Park a monday at 10. 30 . For he West Ivr Raee cemetery. A. C beat it and Erutti i 4252. 1 to until by Rit Vadi Road mile end. G Bay. The Friend of Thi late or John Kip Kkt ill n-.-i-. Cd full info tiie.1 Tii a Bis will leave i i la. Pc mud pick. 37 St tet , in so s Hay at 1 o clock for the 1 Nir w. Williamson a Mit Ruki a l Inoue f 1707. I i be. The friends of or Akk beat i Alt Biry Ive m rest i Ilia Iii Cormir 1 Rhal the funeral of i Lite wife Eliza by Nonami vill leave his i hot ii a. n-a-1. Penis Cross. On Susay Afteu Oon at a for the North Rand cemetery. Feo Downs a son. L and Raki a. Phi r 7it a. N Atli Aih in inv both if a tin Fri. Mis of the l Ite in. Thomas Kort Iiah k a informed Llinat his Fum ral will the Kesi demo of his in. Or. J. C. Uon Huick. A. A uni a it u.3 -.n\. Fur Ilii is Ivron. Cemetery. R. T. Wallmann & Pon. . 21--214 Pulie Nev . Iilene c wl1. I4 non Aviti m. Of Law 1. U 25s1 Fly Carlist. No. Win Ali irn. Park c 76v. Funeral notices friends of the late Mcculloch Are respectfully in formed that his funeral will leave us late of silence 10 Hughes Street. Mile end on Sun Dat at 4 . For the Catholic cemetery. West Terrace. Peake j. Siebert. Undertaker phone 413. 47-49 Wakefield Street. friends of the late Mcdowell Are respectfully informed that her funeral will leave her late residence 143 Walkerville Terrace Walker Tille. On monday november 13. At 3.30 pin. For the Catholic cemetery. West Terrace. F. T. Elliott & son. Undertakers phone l 4970. Fort Road. Hindmarsh. V Atlon. The friends of or Patrick Naylon Are respectfully informed the it the funeral of his late wife Honorah will leave his residence. 39 Donegal Street. Norwood to sunday at 3.30 . For St. Ignatius Church. Norwood thence for the Catholic cemetery. West Terrace. Frank j. Siebert. Undertaker. Phone 413 47-49 Wake eld Street. friends of the late Goody Joe word let Are respectfully informed that his funeral wll leave Bis late residence. 98 King Street Kent town on sunday at 4 pm for the West Terrace cemetery. K. T. Wallman & son. Undertakers 212 Pulteney Street. Adelaide Goodwood Road mall Wood. C 769 68 Carlisle Road. Westbourne Park. To to. Pederal Lodge no. 36. A jul of k members Are informed that ukr Wethe funeral of the late past i Junstin Arch other a. G. Joe no Wordley will leave is it or King Walum Street Kent town Ai 4 o clock on sunday afternoon for the West Terrace cemetery. J. E. Mcdonald a St Andrew s Lodge. No. 19. ?. Brethren Are informed that the funeral late Bro. T Barron will leave his late residence. Brandreth Street. Rusmore on Sun i a november 12 at 3.30 . For North Isoard cemetery. Cars will leave Vorando Bui Lii in a Grenfell Street at 3 . I. Welsh. . Return thanks or he sons and daughters of tie late a or. M Henderson desire to sincerely thank All kind friends and relatives of r Iligir letters cards telegrams Floral Tribut-8 Mil i Donal expressions of sympathy in their it Cut bereavement. Harm.\- exclusive wreaths. -1 5gawler i. C s963. After hours. D 4895 shop open sundays. 10 to ii . Late advertisements q p 0 n 1 s shoes a Best selection in town. Ladies and men s at Lowe to prices. c.1111. Latest designs from 9 t. Cycles Tyrest Lea ii makes Fraun 3/ each. British . Pum Fis 1 in. Refle tors. 9d Sec the new Moyn Cycle Complete with All accessories ? �5 10/ Moynham a Bank St kept a 1723. Federal Cabinet problems flour tax and pensions talk on monday Mpwo matters of vital importance will a be Tackler by the Federal Cabinet at its meet Nir on monday the imposition of a sales tax on flour to provide funds for the Relief of the wheat Industry and the eur seested raising of the exemption from claims by the government on the estates of deceased Nens toners. It is claimed that the minimum amount of Relief adequate for australian wheat Browere this Vearie Between �3.250.-kx and �4.000.000 while to raise the exemption on pensioners estates to �400. As is proposed would no balt mean an Didt tonal Otharee of Between �200.000 and .�300.000 on top budget. The wheat position provides material for some Xci Tion Aily hard thinking there is a Sharn difference of opinion be tween count re and cite interest Over a flour tax a Hairfi flour tax would mean a Sharn increase in the Price of bread to the cite worker while he in a interests claim that a email tax would not Eive sufficient funds for an adequate Frant the amount of tax. First suggested was �5 10/ a ton which would give the Farmer an additional sum of approximately 6d. A a Nobel. And would add id. To each 2 in. Loaf of bread when it was suggested the opposition became so Strong that d s on Sion began to Centre round a tax of �2 15/ or �3, which would yield 3d. A Bushel and increase the Price of bread a a 2-lb loaf Strong protect the smaller sum brought a Strong pro test from wheat growing interest. The executive of the South australian wheat growers association telegraphed the prime sinister or Lyons that anything less than �5 10/ a ton would be inadequate and others including or. C. A. S. Haw Ker. Etro Nerly supported their con Tention. It is thought that at a meeting convened by the minister of agriculture or Bias ing for monday the opposition of South australian wheat growers to a tax of Leas than �5 10/, unless in conjunction with dec me other Relief will be strongly pressed. Hie Premier or. Butler said today that the buoyant state of Federal finances which showed a surplus of �3.560,000 for the first four months of the financial year indicated clearly that the Federal govern meat was in a position to give a Grant to the Industry in addition to the flour tax. This would be one Way out of the difficulty. Whether it will be taken by the Federal government is not known but it is certain that every aspect of the Posi Tion will be considered at monday s vital meeting. ? it in generally expected that Cabinet will decide to raise the exemption from claims by the government on estates of deceased pensioners from �50 to �400 several ministers favor the adoption of this figure which they maintain can Well be afforded in View of the buoyant Revenue returns. Treasury officials have been preparing estimates of the Cost to the government of the raising of the exemption for several week i Cabinet s decision on both matters will be discussed by the party at its meeting on tuesday As parliament will pro rogue at the end if the month members Are keen to have the legislation before them As Early As possible scored a possible h. J. Creeper seedbeds club who scared a possible in the first round at the port Adelaide Rifle ranges today. Seedbeds a at the s double murder suspected in hut mystery discovery of body helps theory m Elbourne. Saturday. Opinions j that two murders and not a murder and to suicide Are connected with the Strath i Elsaye hut fire mystery have been Stre mrtha died by trip Tim liner of the body of Janiw Patti Sosi. Note in 67. Tie police Hail for a Moi Tii j for l Attison after in i Lian i in Nivins of Hii Nephew. Wil Iii Griffen Airen. A d been found. T be Learoh ended on wed ? Neil by. When Pattis Xiv body w ii Toimi l in mos Nuita Crock Alon Psid a tree Wii Icli a fallen across the Stream. The theory has now been put for maj j that the old Man was shot in such a Way As to Duff rest suicide. Tie Sligo tip of Riffen Hafrey the police a. Was perfectly planned. My it is cer i Tain that the mind which planned it x also responsible for the death of Patti Eon. Glass embargo May be lifted . Barley growers expectations Canberra seems to have realised that a grave Blunder was made in shutting out belgian Sheet Glass from Australia and South australian Barley growers no Are now harvesting Are expecting that the embargo will soon be lifted said or. S. K. Coleman. Of Maitland. To night. Or Coleman and tiie manager of . Barley producers Ltd. Or. D. Blyth Are representing Barley growers in their efforts to have the belgian Sheet Glass embargo lifted and so ensure the continuance of Australia s Barley Trade with Belgium. Strong representations have been made to the Federal government this week by malt sters merchants and growers for the removal of the embargo. Or. Coleman said that although the Tariff Board had furnished two detailed j reports against the embargo on belgian Glass the Federal government to save i its own face had end entry asked the Board fora third report. In View of the Board s anticipated re port and the realisation of the possible serious loss to australian Barley producers it wag expected that the cause of the trouble would soon be removed said or. Coelman. But hav is Given offence to Belgium and As our Trade balance is s3 Adverse to Belgium it May not be easy to recapture j the Antwerp Market he said. I Assassin of Nadir concealed himself in Palace Calcutta. Saturday. It has now been definitely established that Nadir Shah was shot dead by an unknown Man of Low degree who had concealed himself within the Palace. The Assassin when arrested Cave his mine As Abdul Khatia. But the motive has not been revealed earlier references on Page 3 Survey party delayed by fatal Accident piping saturday. Anti a fort night s delay because of an Accident in which a motor car was Wret ked and its mongol Driver killed. Prof. Sve hem left Kuei Hua today. The famous swedish explorer in Survey ing two motor highways each 2.000 Milt Long into the Interior of China. He s leading a sino swedish motor party. By a strange coincidence the last Mem Bers of an earlier expedition who had Bee unheard of for months arrived at Kuei Hua on the same do from i Terent parts of the Remote Interior. One of the roads that prof Hedin will 1 Survey will be the ancient route be tween China and Rome the eldest and longest caravan route in the world. U.. Rejoices Over repeal i new York. November the consent of the required number of a rate this week to the repeal of prohibition. 3 Ono jew York bars and restaurant joined sneak easier in the chorus set pm in on the House a definite decision on the repeal will not be formally reached until december 5 this was a typical National situation. In new Orleans they opened the old time saloons with their brass rails sawdust floors and everything. Scouts May give Lead to Empire lae South australian observation of a boy scout sunday. U be held to Morrow May give a Lead to Cue ii of the Commonwealth and to rms fire tie state Secretary or Mill Wil or Jig the matter before the next Federal Confer ence of the association. Tomorrow the chief so diet sir Alexan Der Hore Ruthven will ittoii.1 a service at St. Peter s Cathedral and the chief commissioner or. X m g Gratton. A service at Hawthorn pres-1 by Terian Church. After struggling for two hours an set. J shovel Luearl shark was landed at outer Harbor today by or w Walker head waiter of the Strathnaver or Felt the shark take the Bai soon after he had naked the line if his Sper in hand Rod through the Eun Nort of the liner at 0 . Stranded in a chair with the Rod Pei imply fastened to a special Belt ioun.1 Liis Waist. Or. Walker played the shark for two hours before it Tsaniff Des erased it Wae hauled on deck by the Shiue near. Quist in shorts at the drive trim figure in new style improved volleyed by the stroller laying for a Leurig in District Tennis .1 the memorial drive courts today after his return from his world tour Vita the Davis cup team Adrian quist showed How shorts should be worn. De had a Well Cut pair of Cream Shorte tailored in England. He is Well built with shapely legs and provided the Best argument for shorts seen at the drive. Solomon quist doubles partner also wore shorts. There was a Large number of spectators .0 see the Brilliant Young South austra Lian. In the doubles quist did not find his get and showed Only spasmodic form. In the singles however against Jim Black quist exhibited his artistry. Black was in his Best form but quist after a quiet Start hit every shot with certainty. Hi6 volleying is the outstanding improve ment in his game since he went away. Quist won the Cine re 6 4 62 had split toes though quist himself made o excuses i was informed by or Karl quist that his son was suffering with Plit toes caused through the strenuous tour. According to quist six new balls every even games is the Rule for All matches j in Europe and America. If the weather is wet six new balls Are provided every five games after a set balls 9eem to Fly and Handicap a player used to frequent changes of balls but quist adapted him j self Well today. After his strenuous tour quist looked tired but he rallied to show Adelaide Spectator what a great player he is. The Young International indicated that he is a More finished player than when tie left Adelaide. Before he went away he was noted for his Correct stroking but today there was a polish to Bis work. Smashing and Low volleys were played More confidently than formerly. Lie imparted More slice into his backhand Shote. Quist punched his volleys with a tall hit. Previously he was inclined to slice them. Foot fault lesson quist admits that he was toot faulted Iii one or two tournaments in the United states so much so against Perry that be wat Dut off Hie service. On one Occa Sion the Linesman was Iriven Enecia instructions to watch Juist for foot faults and he did the a a thorough la. Wrist Lias to grievance and if he erred he did so unconsciously. However the South australian thinks the lesson will Benefit him. He was accused of having both feet off the around As he connected with the Ball a fault a Short Laver Cau easily fall into. There was no Sugges Tion of his foot Faultine today. Or. Norman Thomas. Speaking of game in the doubles said he under stood that the Vouge Laver was suit Erius reaction after an arduous Lour. Or. Thomas thought that quiet varied Hie same More than usual. He Simuni. A. On service Tor a while and then snapped in one Quick la. Which nonplussed the receiver. Quist had a Well concealed lob. Which he placed Well Back with the same action As a forehan.1 drive. Hie slow backhand drop shots were also Good said or. Thomas. Or. Thomas who Umpire the singles match said that Black produced the Best Tennis he had shown for Vears. Reports of matches on Page 1 1 quist has also adopted it Vogue for Tennis shorts. He says Howetter that they do not suit to players. They evidently suit the Young Davis cup Star who is the Rij it build for them. Quist playing it memo rial drive today. Steps to make work drive succeed Many organisations to co operate ways in which the state government is assisting the Christmas employment drive were explained by the minister of employ ment or Tel Fries today. Be sai3 that the Federal government also had been in voted to assist through the departments operating in South Australia. Suburban municipal and District Conn tile were helping a various ways and where possible engaging additional others were interesting their ratepayers in the drive through Public meetings and Conley Rtin Mansh. And Mitcham Oun cite would establish Odd Job bureaus. Or Jeffries said that he was receiving every assistance from the Premier for. A tie Rand wifi colleagues in Cabinet. Instructions had been Given to Heads of departments to arrange their aet cities a Jas to place a maximum number of casual if Hor in employment during the drive from poem bar 4 to 23. The minister of local government or. Blesine had informed him that the maintenance on improved roads controlled by the department would be expedited As much As possible big works the highways department in Zio opera Tion with the Theberton town Council. Had called tenders for the construction of a Concrete underground Drain on the Side of the Henley Beach Road. On the same Road within the West Torrens District bituminous const Mcwinn work would be started in a week or two. The Secretary of the Central traders association will make a canvass to Ascer Tain the number of additional men Likely to be engaged in the portion of the City covered by his organisation Durine the drive. The Public service association is interesting All its members in the drive and so is the Kotary club of Adelaide. A Central Odd Job Bureau has been established in conjunction with the labor est Hance. And All information can be obtained by ringing Central 943. Jury Man Dies before inquest Sydney. Thomas Robson Hairdresser of Abe Daiv Western col Lap i. And died at his Homo at 11 . Today. Johson was empanelled on a jury form in Quiem Ichieh was to have been hold on tuesday on a minor who of i lapsed and died at he Bui 11 Colliery. It was stated this afternoon that the death of Hobson Wil form the subject of & Coroner s enquiry next thursday. London Post not vital now times changed says Knight is. W. Lead i think the Days of agents general Are gone said sir Arthur Cocks formerly agent general for now South Wales in Adelaide today. The Lead Given by new South Wales on Agente general might Well be considered by other states he said since the financial obligations and requirements of the states have been amalgamated with those of the common wealth and the states no longer go separately on to the London Market for Money the need for agents general has lessened. I happened to be the last agent general that floated a loan for new South Wales in 1925 i. Claim that my presence in London during the loan negotiations which i carried on almost certainly saved new South Wales a half per cent. But things have changed since then. Not fed with. Publicity moreover agents general have not been fed with publicity that would have benefited individual states and Australia As a whole had it been supplied. I asked my government to Cable Home current news so that the English papers could print something else about austra Lia except floods droughts and snakebites. The real Nevee was fragmentary. And was stowed away in insignificant Corners. ? there Are certain business undertakings that need official recognition and 1 handling in London but i believe that As far As new South Wales is Noncen de they Are amply provided for by the offi Cial Secretary or. Ferguson. Similar provision could be made for the other states., an exception might be made for Western Australia which has problems of its own Peculiar to its isolated Western position. An energetic agent general for that state properly fed from his Home base could More than earn Hig remuneration. But speaking generally the Days of agents general Are gone sir Arthur arrived in Adelaide on Busi Ness from Sydney today. He will return to Melbourne on monday. Four wins 2nd., third Mccarten in Riding for Melbourne. Saturday. The leading Sydney jockey m Mecar Teu was in Brilliant t orm at today. He won the first two races on Ali Xton and cavalcade finished third on Uvera in the c. B. Fisher plate and then won the Handicap on Oro and Ottawa stakes on Queen Helen. He Wae second in the final Handicap on tur Bine Mccarten Rode each race differently. On Blisten he was tailed off at the three furlongs Post but made a Sharp burst on that Honse to win easily. On Caval Cade he led practically All the Way. In the Handicap he quickly realised that the Pace was too slow for Oro and dashing that horse to the front at the the furlongs Post set up a Gap that his pursuers could not Bridge. On Queen Helen he was always one of the leaders on the outside and Riding a great finish with hands and heels had another easy win. Turbine came from a Long Way Back in the straight in the final Handi Cap and lost by a length and a half. Fined for spurring As a slight offset to his remarkable achievement Mccarten was hailed before the stewards after winning the . Handicap and fined �5 for excessive use of the spurs. It is not an unprecedented feat to ride four winners for w. Duncan accomplished it on j five occasions at Epsom Kilmore. Werribee Mentone and caul Field. On 19 occasions Duncan has Ridden three winners a Day. G. Harrison has also had four successes twice at Caulfield. H Skidmore Cyril Bolton and j. Stevenson Are other j jockeys credited with four winners. Today s Bride and her bridesmaids miss Hilda few Ings elder daughter 0/ or. And mrs. A. W Lutvinas 0/ Findan Road Findon a married at is. Paul s Church. Pulte a Street this afternoon to much Irles merry 0/ King s Park. A Char mag study of the Bride and her Brid maids taken in the Parden of mrs. Femme s Homo before the party left for sch Rah from left the Bride miss a few Ings and miss Audrey Blanks. Eloquent tribute of. Silence at War memorial ceremony continued from Page i guis signals stillness for two minutes soldiers recall 1918 the silent ceremony at the state War memorial was the first held there on an armistice Day in South Australia. One gun from the Parade ground began the two minutes silence during which a cat Falque party of tailors and soldiers stood with arms reversed and Heads m wed. Nowhere was armistice Day More feelingly observed and nowhere were its memories More poignant than in the Beswick military Hospital which houses the diminishing band of disabled soldiers. Governor at Salute during the silence at the War memorial the governor standing at the base of the memorial stood at the Salute with the chief Justice sir George Murray the District naval officer commander s. R. Symonds i and the base com mandant Brig. Hardie. Among the official i tests in the enclosure were the Premier or Butler. The attorney Genera or. Jeffri Esthe chief Secretary or. Ritchi Ethe minis Ter of railways or Hud the com missioner of police . R. L. Lennethe acting president of the . Or. A. Sims i. The lord mayor or. Glover and the Secretary the . Or. Dalziel. The Bishop of Adelaide the right Rev a. Nutter Thomas was also present. Other ceremonies were held throughout the state. Old soldiers in the Hospital fell to feminizing after they had observed the silence. A Bonfire was made at the toot of the Nelson Monument in the Hart of Lon Don and diggers dragged a Bic German gun into one of London s m is expensive hotels on the first armistice Day nov Ember .11. 1918, said or. J. Tomlin of the 32nd battalion in Keswick Hospital today. Or. Tomlin on the first armistice Day was in Hospital in London. You could hear the noise outside everyone shouting and cheering he said. There was certainly no two minutes silence that Day but Many Houre of wild noisy excitement. I was taken out in a chair to the Edse of the crowd at 6.15 an. Toe h conducted its own service of remembrance at the Cross of sacrifice. It was conducted by the Rev. Mark Robinson. Other padres present were the revs. H. J. Thrush a. E. Giles. E. A. Nortu Ash and w. Hawke. More than 100 attended this Early morning service including some of the women helpers. Frea Church members afterwards took at a Rougham place congregational Church sad Church of England member at St. Peter s Cathedral. About 100 people attended the service at the soldiers memorial Garden of Honor at univ the Mavor for f. J Barrett Aid. J Mclean j. M. Sent a. S Hancock and or. N. Auau Etil represented the Dunlev Council. The police Armisto Day ceremony Wae simple but impressive about 100 commissioned officers. Non commissioned officers police women and men gathered round the Roll of Honor in the recreation room at police . A Laurel Wreath was placed on the a of Honor after which two minutes Wilence was observed. A prolonged blast from the Siren of the Steamer Makeeba at Queen 6 wharf was the signal for silence at port Adelaide. At no. 1 Quay the German Steamer Mosel blew a deeper note and All activity was suspended British and Greman flae were lowered to half Mast and hoisted to full Mast together. Unaware of the significance of the cessation of activity japanese Offit in and sailors moved about unconcern edly while heir Flag fluttered sail at full Mast. J naval reservists at Birkenhead staged an impressive ceremony. A round fired from a Quick firing gun at the water s Edse brought a guard of 40 trainees to Atten Tion near the harbours Board memo rial opposite the depot. R at the conclusion of the two minutes silence a second round was fired and the guard presented arms. The last Post and reveille were sounded and the Parade dispersed in silence. At semaphore the president of the local sub Branch of the . Or. R. Moss placed a Wreath on the War memorial. Citizens of Gawler gathered at the memorial Garden to commemorate armis Tice Day. Many wreaths were placed Ai the base of the Monument by the Mayoress the Gawler Branch of the ., and citizens. The firing part consisted of messes. H. By p. Treleaven. B. Brown and j. Sim under the com Mand of capt. D. J. Cox. The last Post and reveille was sounded by bugler Hector Hutchins. At Gladstone flags were at Haf Matt until h when the two minutes silence was observed and All traffic was suspended for two minutes. At 11 . The Union Jack in the main Street was hoisted to the top of the Flagstaff by or h t. Herslett. Secretary d the . The Sale of poppies re Salt in about �7 being raised by a women committee. Melbourne. Saturday. With a simple ceremony Melbourne remembered the fallen although there were Many ceremonies throughout the City the official commemoration took place As usual at parliament House. Where thousands gathered round the Steps. The governor general sir Isaac Isaacs and the sir William Irvine attended an a guard of Honor and the air Force band were drawn up in front of the building. Jervis Bay Date late tomorrow the Aberdeen and Commonwealth liner Jervis Bay is expected to reach outer Harbor from the Eastern states at Midnight tomorrow. A special train will leave Adelaide at 8 . On monday returning at 9.23 . The last train to connect with the Steamer will leave Adelaide at 9.12 . The Jervis Bay will sail for London at 10.30 . On monday. The Rev. D. T. Reddin will conduct special armistice services tomorrow in the semaphore methodist Church in the Mornine and the Large methodist Church in the evening. Members of the local Branch of the . Will attend the ser adjustment of finance Premier s at conference unless a More equitable adjustment of finance Between the Commonwealth and the states is reached and a solution of the present difficulties in relation h i. Dust rial Laws is arrived at. The Hobart conference will achieve Little said the Premier or. Butler today. If these vital questions Are not settled then the secession movement started in Western Australia undoubtedly will spread throughout those states which Are Suser Riff such crave disabilities at the present time the conference of premiers will be held in Hobart Early next year and or Butler is hopeful that the state will be m Harmony to be Able to by no pressure to Bear on the Federal government on these two questions. The states have always maintained that they Are capable of dealing with Industrial matters he said while the Federal government has been asking us to band Over full Power to them. There is no likelihood of that being done. Or. Butler said that there was Only one solution to the problem and that was to permit the states to handle their own Industrial affairs. Neither employee nor employer he said had anything to gain by going to the Federal court either for awards or the settlement of disputes 80 at flying corps reunion about 80 members of the australian Section of the australian flying corps association attended the annual reunion dinner at the Oriental hotel to night. The president of the association Lieut col. D. V. J. Blake was chairman the j Toast of fallen comrades was pro posed by the vice president or. J. Mac Donald Moorland Kindred tons by or. A. G. Barrett also a vice president. A i Rhi?-iia2nl was proposed by or. J. Churchill Smith. At 9 o clock two min utes silence was observed. The South australian Aero club was represented by its president a. Murray Fowler and the Secretary or Churchill omit. Premier wants wheat Grant the Premier or. Butler ii i today that the position Tor the first our months of the financial year revealed by the Federal Treasury showed that the Fede ral i government could make i firm Irani to the wheat Industry m addition o implying a sales tas on flour. In. Ira suit figure. In.ii.aio.l-.,Itii-.= of �3,560.000 for he fear month. Or. Butler said that although it too a v to forecast the year s surplus i Wai Plain that the Federal government could make some Worth while Concession to the heat Industry

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