Adelaide Mail in Adelaide, South-Australia
11 Nov 1933

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free

Adelaide Mail in Adelaide, South-Australia
11 Nov 1933

Read an issue on 11 Nov 1933 in Adelaide, South-Australia and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Adelaide Mail.

Browse Adelaide Mail

How to Find What You Are Looking for on This Page

We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 11 Nov 1933 Adelaide Mail in Adelaide, South-Australia. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.

Get started for free with a 7 day trial.

Adelaide Mail (Newspaper) - November 11, 1933, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia Germany votes Geneva policy tomorrow Hitler asks for nation s support 4ll works stops for Leader s broadcast martial Law Austria mail special representative London saturday. Tpfc7mm the Fields factories and shops of Germany wow m a work ceased for hour yesterday while of i Herr Hitler made a striking radio Appeal to it or ? the nation to endorse at the referendum i a jul. Tomorrow his government s withdrawal by a from Geneva. Gakie3 martial Law has been announced Austria simultaneously with a decree rein stating the death penalty through a court martial for Mur Der arson and serious disturbances. Startling charges that Germany is re arming continue to be made by prominent France and Belgium. From Rome comes a disquieting Semi official announce ment that the time has not arrived for a re examination of disarmament and of Germany s departure from the league As Herr Hitler s letter of november 7 to Signor Mussolini does not offer Concrete proposals. A Paris report declares that France would not consider any proposal hinted at from Berlin for a reorganisation of the league of nations. Fired by defiant optimism the new spirit which Many germans wid go to the poll sunday is Analysed by the Berlin correspondent of the times he emphasises that nazism is chiefly a condition of the mind which the dynamic character of the German temperament is fired by defiant optimism and the fierce Joy of struggle producing the nazis martial tone and aggressive vocabulary. The reckless commitments of Herr Hitler and or. Goebbels have kindled that temper making desperate heroes out of Ordinary . They Are backed by a de sire for strength one to the symbolical declaration that the third Reich is built blood and soil envisaging a nation with great tree roots deep the1 Earth s eap running out fresh branches. Such images have fired the hearts of both sexes and have won numerous votes for Hitler. Young germans flattered by the new mysticism Are learning arrogant Pride of which the storm troopers Are examples. They Are praised for their patriotism valor and strength and Are persuaded that they have conquered a hideous foe. Consequently they believe intensely themselves and Ger Many. Meanwhile foreign observers watch the systematic elimination of Freedom of thought parliamentary government individual Liberty and National education. Any German not knowing what the referendum election is All about and what he is supposed to do must be deaf Blind or half witted after the mass propaganda of the last few weeks Eye the times correspondent. addition to daily speeches by Herr Hitler. Gen Goering. And or. Goebbels the propaganda includes newspaper junctions and Street streamers the latter chiefly Reading for peace with Honor Young nazis marching past Hen rider. St and re armament with Freedom and with Hitler against the craziness of others millions of How to vote pamphlets have also been distributed the main interest to foreigners will be the number not voting or voting the negative especially the difference Between the total favourable referendum vote and the last election vote repeated assurances have not allayed fears that the ballot will not be secret so probably Many opponents will decide that discretion is the better part of valor and will vote the Way that the govern ment wants. Hitch Hitler s speech Berlin. Saturday. Sabotage is sus against Germany and column rating Ger petted to have been responsible for a four mans has Ever heard a Bullet whistle. Minute breakdown Herr hitlers Greit Central european broadcast from Siemen s huge Dynamo Hall. More than 10,000 workers packed the Hall and millions of people listened . Wireless sets were largely sold out so keen was the desire to hear the nazi Leader. Street traffic and pedestrians stood still for hour. Workers stopped their machines and people at lunch obeyed the command to eat silently. Farmers halted their ploughs and office workers their pens. Herr Hitler declared that if the German people failed him Europe s position would be hopeless for years because Germany could not live the Shadow of Versailles. Herr Hitler did not refer to or. Ram Cay Macdonald e Guildhall speech Dis armament but he added i am not crazy enough to want War. I have been through it. How Many foreign statesmen can say that not one of tho6e agitating germans Are not shoe dealers or other inferior individuals. Without we Are granted equal rights the world will not see us again at any Confer ence. If the whole nation does its duty at the polls the world will clearly perceive per haps for the first time German history that it must Deal differently with Ger Many because it cannot count disunity or dissensions but must face a United people the nazis have had one Jolt their propaganda. Thousands of pamphlets bitingly sarcastic language urging the nation to vote against the nazis were posted inso Echo Slovakia where German socialist refugees Are continuing the fight and were delivered to German Homes the usual course by the nazi govern ment s postmen. Hitler seeks not peace and Equality but armaments and War says one manifesto. German air menace revealed Paris saturday. The full text of m. Mandel s warning speech the chamber of deputies reveals Germany s formidable air menace. ? he declared that the Heincker works had received order for 100 powerfully armed fighting planes to carry two observers and Many bombs and attain a Speed of 210 . A machine of this Type recently flew non Stop from Berlin to Seville. The left Hansa co. Has ordered 50 three engined Junker planes. Which would be available for Long distance bomb ing. The Bayer Ische works were build ing 100 engines of 700 horsepower. Fifteen other aircraft builders were All constructing planes of equal fighting value. Moreover the German planes like the French were All weather machines not needing Sheds which increased their value. London could be destroyed a few nights. England s Fate according to German specialists could be settled three weeks declared Deputy Tait Lnger during the debate. It is Britain s interest to join France As Britain already has gone so far along the Road of disarmament that her Fleet and air Force Are unable to Supply her Protection the debate was adjourned until tuesday when m. Rancour will reply for the government. Brussels saturday. Senator Dordo let who has been prominent charging Germany with re arming has told the newspapers that the inter Allied commis Sion s report of 514 pages was printed secretly at the government printing press Paris 1927, and copies were fent Only to the Allied governments. The report he says emphasises the com Mission s difficulties controlling Ger armaments because of opposition and enumerates subterfuges which Ger Many retained armaments ranging from secret hoards of forbidden arms to Chemi Cal factories. It declares specifically that Germany 1927 was far removed from the disarmament that the Versailles treaty imposed. I Stern Steps Austria Vienna. Saturday. A Cabinet degree was broadcast at 11.30 . Yesterday pro claiming immediate martial Law throughout the country and reinstating the death penalty which was abolished Austria years ago. The decree also prohibited Public Cele bration of the austrian Republic s Nuiver Saiy because the Date november 12 coincided with the German elections. More than 100,000 socialists crowded the streets of Vienna and protested at tin a the Celebration i. Meetings were hurriedly summoned by cards passed i Roni Liand to hand but were quickly broken i a by the police who made dozens of a rests the government claims that far mar tial Law decree is accordance with the wishes of wide sections of the population. Cologne saturday. The vice Chancellor col. Von Papen. And Ulrev info the Rhineland catholics declared that new Germany must be audit a equal Beau of catholicism and protestantism but without interference Between Charch and state. He added that during his recent visit to Rome the Pope expressed great Hope i of Germany s future declaring that Italy and Germany were apparently the Only european nations fighting bolshevism. Other nazi trials Germany 91 labor face judges scanty details London saturday. The importance of the Eric Stag fire should not be allowed to overshadow other German political trials says the correspondent Germany of the Manchester guardian one such trial which began Dresden november 1 involves 91 socialists or labor who were arrested August by nazi storm troopers. Press reporters Are excluded from the court which itself supplies the newspapers with scanty de tails. Few workmen Are admitted to the court though crowds gather outside. The storm troop commander escort Ina the prisoners to and from the court roars to the crowd if there is any shooting we shall use Ball cart Ridge the prisoners Are warned that if they ask too Many questions a special Frei Burg court will Deal with them possibly resulting a Flossine from which Many of them have already had experience. The charges Are based depositions which Are often the result of torture. They embrace the alleged issuing of illegal newspapers revealing military secrets and Iron Kwh for illegal organisations. None of the prisoners has been previously convicted. Seven Are under 18 years. Their cases Are taken first As they Are obviously More timid. The accused Are grimly threatened if they deny the depositions. Some however boldly disclose the ill treatment suffered since their arrest. The sentence a will not be published. Details of the Beich Stag trial despite its injustice Are instantly known but the Dresden prisoners and their friends Are too poor to provide for defence and secure publicity. So they Are at the mercy of packed juries and partisan judges. Weather Canada s Frozen North mail special representative London. Saturday. Six scientists under the leadership of or. J. M. Stags of the air ministry s meteorological office have returned to London after a year spent the Barren lands of North Eastern Canada. They were at one of the 60 stations that the International commission has established to examine weather conditions the Northern and Southern Polar regions. Or. Stags said today that spite of the fact that there had often been 75 degrees of Frost and bitter winds the achievement included the measuring of the height of the Aurora boreal is by two cameras j6 Miles apart. These had taken 4,700 double photographs which would take two years to work out. Other expeditions had taken similar Pic Tures enabling the Aurora to be measured across the world. We sent up Many balloons equipped with self recording instruments he said. Two of these were recovered and showed that they had reached a height of eight and a half Miles. They penetrated the stratosphere which the re cords showed the temperature gradually increased Doorman at the league of nations you want to go into the disarmament conference impossible. Only armament manufacturers Are admitted Here a cartoon Mucha Warsaw. Actions out to Isar a i possible. And missing letter of a Competition no. 5 a &\9%9 as6istinr poppy Day fund for sex service controlled by returned soldiers league . Including s Consolation prizes the stat Competition of a 9 Lett May win big Money of �1 each. Down Ohe column Fob each attempt. ? ? entries Coupon this Cut out to one two three few five six set Ehr nine ten i Uin Wsul i entry Enham Entres Enki i Intrau a Ohms entries miss entries enl a i to 5t a Gyt r 6 /6 ? a 3/ am 4/ Goci i Kolbu a 4jts�&ib9 1 1 by Law bbb butt a by by Ftp a by 131 re i i 1 Jet full 4gufgter i ? ? 5 distrust to Patten i ? i priced t ? 1 fal Minzt j ii ii ii 11 Thoj Elsi or z z z All you have to do. Fill Cordi Tibbs. ? u Tuc circa of a Vanl an7 Nam intr of it tempt Mij be ent Etchin the first letter of the Woro Utti Apt met b. A comp Nied by s tee of 64. Represented by the picture. Down Posta or stamp you be you Mone column for each attempt Send la your entries Plain paper indelible All words taken irom Chambers 20th Century Pencil or Ink. Permutations accepted. Dictionary. The Correct solution is made up and held under. Jam. Sealand known its entirety Only by the auditor lit prize of �150 will be paid to the Cor or. V. Oswald Barnett. H. Com. . Aus net or nearest Correct solution 2nd of �35 chartered accountant Aust. Melbourne with to pm nor no Aroc met whom full prize Money has been lodged. Theand 3rd of �10 to the next nearest Correct Floa judg Jug of clip Etsuo will be referred respectively. Ties Divide. No competitor can to Nim Anco Allen Urleb Are accepted the distinct win More than one share of the prize Money understanding that his decision will be anal and ?. Legally binding All competitors. Results of no. 5 Competition will be Broad a mtg my primp Winnen. We the East from 3db closing Day thursday published this paper saturday i8ho 16th november at 10 . Vember 1933, together with to. B com cution. Cobkec1 Roll Jalloh of no. 4 Lom Timon Post to this address musing letters Ujj. Una la hissing letter Competition Webe twi off Jar Flinders Street Adelaide . T ? to i Rony c or eni ies Nlay be handed and Cash 1 Cocke Veu 1 a of by p1 at cart horns music House 17a i Lialene h i Eko it bundle Street Adelaide or left boxes8umrs Iff Jim Fem eel at Entrance . Buildings Flinders i Al Stan � to Lek amp r St limbless soldiers Bookstall main res sky f j # j. Hall . Heslop s new Agency jetty i Moj re j. N i Fca 1. Road Glenelg or office of ., Angas Street. Addi Transl copies of above Competition with entry forms attached May be had free from All newspaper stalls or upon application to our office at 43 Flinders Street. Phone c7015. Competition closes at Adelaide 1.30 ., thursday. November 16th. 1933. Correct solution for no. 1 letters Home Competition ill son. 2 Leavie. 3 . 1 Che Ray. Crew . -3 recreation. 7 Steamer. I new Torii ill. 10 . 11 . Il2 fill line. Prizewinners for no. I letters Home Competition registered. I i Izo ii i . � it. 1 a ksi.-1.r1 i r be Lun Cruz. It it � -. L. A knew Piad. Hackney. S.\. A. W ,.n. Unit a. Y.3-. Fri Lurne i. Murray Efi Sendon George Street. Ems me Lxvi Fri \1r. T. r tolling of Ion winning grow. East son. 7 Lawson Street ? Moi. I .,i.l- a t m a Ert d m Tarth 83 Bliz Arjen Street Nurah Ken Nond v. Walker. 11 Darlyln Shurei r i a. Syd i Gurgo Everitt East Preston Nev. . Add Broffo Timber i Joine of write for free vans & prices. 17 Flinders Street. Adelaide. Between . And education buildings. Ohm i 8039. A thousand inspirational go i Home furnishing a suggestions Ems my tastefully presented our by. Of Hihl 21 Model furnished a luxurious 3-piece Briahn lounge suites for Llo a beautifully upholstered Genoa velvet a do fee ids 187-195 Rundle Street. 1 . Weight reduction testimonial your first Stone of superfluous flesh can be got rid of before Xmas without dangerous drugs read the experience of a Well known gentleman the staff of the news we who would gladly personally confirm this letter Ohl Adelaide. 11/11/32. I wish to outline from experience that a Elwirt fim reducing offers no real hardships or commands any great sacrifices. It has it been the mistaken idea that to reduce meant months of strenuous exer left else. Two and a half weeks ago i embarked a scheme under the Able a Vav direction of or. R. G. Shorti Iose. My weight was then 14 St. 4 la. Last jf2-\ night i turned the Scales at 12 St. 13 la. Itiat is a reduction of 1 to. Jav f 5 la. 21 weeks without a moment s discomfort. Simultaneously i lost if ii i 1 5 . Off my water my increased my Chest expansion 4i inches. The a up i i recipe for it All is very simple. Exercising under capable supervision and a \ if a Little attention to diet. Obviously certain exercises Are More beneficial a v / 1/ to certain ailments. This letter la intended to encourage those who believe ill if that weight reduction is impossibility As a matter of fact i am do / 1 j la charging honorable obligation to or. Shorten so. Because when he told me i pm i \ that i could lose a Stone or More a fortnight Well to be Frank. 1 did i the 4 \ not believe him. I have never Felt better i my life and a continuance of \ a a 1 the present supervised system has Home a Floral to my -1. R j. A v pm i i i i 1/33. 12 months ago today 1 weighed 37 la. More than now and of Raj find it easy to keep Normal weight and be fit. R. J. A 1 i .1 it strive for a healthy attractive i Faure 1 a course takes very Little of your time and Money and every one of \ ii the rules we urge you to adopt is essentially reasonable. And the result of to if Over 30 years experience and Stu i. 1\ u listen do to or. Shorthose o Illus and description of exercises full station 5ka mondays wed Days. And fridays at 7.30 . Ii it annual physical culture competitions will be held 2nd, if 4th. And 5th december. Adj Chc Tor prof h. J. Wilk Nunn. U u write or Call for particulars of class. Private or postal of tuition. Or Weber Shorthose Rice s so Luw Stroubler Che bronchitis i Catarrh a asthma 1 Start today to regain your to a a denied reports of actual cases health As so Many other which speak for themselves. Sufferers Australia and Seu lung trouble zealand have. Kith the Aid since using Mcm Rosus i have put of this wonderful inhalation weight Aud sleep much belter and Hare treatment. Mem Kohls had wonderful reef before Talna it 1t-Kj was very weak and run Down from the or to whatever stage these dream Richie i had. I now by raise diseases have Derclo de m Bros is ill More ease will brits be Hupe to the sufferer Rynn Rhu diving almost infant Relief and Bro chitin most cases gradually can Pili to and Slemer Oisiu. Has my aug bit a the Pernisi Zient acc uni by. Even the mos � old of Good. Sie ins lost Ino stubborn case.-. By Tair to Jali she now sloops m right. And i use Mem Rosus inhalation treatment cil see a wonderful Shaupe her and rid yourself of that Haiti us Onu i Cal Nruh those nit it sweats the am Rem ? n of Haemorrhage the fight i us ? Iii Abri us has-.irkt-d Woude struggle for breath to be Able to lit of or Thiris years of suffering i am now Down and sleep and Stop the Nerla fro from Catarrh. I am writing this f ins hawking to regain your appetite to or , i Hoji they publish ii and for the lungs to heal. A u even apparently hopeless cases have asthma effected recovery with Mem maus ?. Mem Rosus is do Iii Hon. A . R and with Mem Rosus the Relief is f amount of . I exec him to permanent. Cured i i a Shorr time Mem Rosus inhalation treatment i j i j re a. Sufferer Send for Rani i jars and Roi of other letters . A la. Enel sinc Stampi a addressed envelope mention mar complaint to or. C. E Muir. Of Irvine lto., chemists esd. 27 years. 184a Victoria Road. Bru Moyne Sydney sole distributor for Australia and new zealand. Girl saves four from plane fire four others killed crash mail special representative Portland Oregon november 1l. After appalling plane Arash which four people were killed instantaneously a 20-year-old stewardess miss lobby Wurgaft who had escaped uninjured climbed Back into the blazing plane and rescued four people before the machine exploded. The plane hit a Hillside Early morning fog. Miss Wurgaft who was not even bruised threw open the rear compartment door and leaped out. Realising the plight of the other people i the plane she clambered Back aboard again though the front end of the plane was a raging Furnace. One by one she dragged four unconscious people outside and was returning a fifth time when a petrol explosion shattered the machine. Then she built a fire to warm the injured passengers and found her Way to the nearest House and Telephone. The four people killed included or. Robert Coffey. Head of a noted clinic and one of the Best known brain surgeons of the United states. The Pilot a wartime flier named Albert Davis who was one of the killed cheer fully took his Brand new transcontinental three motored plane out of the hangar Early today spite of the fog. Intend ing quickly to climb above the Mist into Clear skies. Within 10 minutes his radio signals ceased and aerodrome officials suspecting that something was wrong ordered ambulances and physicians to be ready to dash to the scene of a crash. Soon Telephone messages from residents the hillsides at the West end of the City reported explosion and it wag found that the plane had failed to Clear the Hills by 100 it. Communists May capture Yangtze piping. November 11. Foreign ves Sels trading the upper Yau Tze Are faced with greater perils than the notorious Gorges As a result of the latest communist advances Szechen which threaten to suspend River traffic. Several red armies from the North Are converging Aihsien above wan Brien while the forces of the notorious communist Leader to lung Are bidding for Wanhanen itself from the South. They Are now Only 60 Miles away. After several narrow escapes from capture wan Hsien is again panic. The commanders at Szechen Are urgently Call ing for More troops to Stem the communist tide failing which they fear there is Little Hope of saving the River. Our fighting Navy causes trouble London. November. To hundreds of Cambridge under graduates participated a disturb Ance outside the Tivoli Cinema. A Ier a film our Fiji Tinc Xavy Demon Strating naval Trainina. Was being shown adherents of the anti War Council who had spent some Days planning operations clashed with supporters of Britain s forces who arrived with to London sex servicemen s bands Singrin mar time Sona and Wavine Union jacks. The police prevented the demonstrators Nerino the Cinema though tire Unrur were discharged and external dam.,. Lone. undergraduate Irvine to elite11 through a Back door was thrown out another climbed to the roof and was cheered As he shouted the Kin god Ibl eee him Russia looks for Trade with America friendliness May Check Japan j Short credits Matt special representative Moscow saturday. Ryphe stiffness of Russia s attitude to wards Tokyo will be exact ratio to the cordiality of the relations established with America says the corns pendent of the Manchester guard Ian the japanese occupation of Manchuria vastly enhances the political importance of the negotiations now proceeding Washington but it cannot yet be said that Russia is relying much american sup port the far East America s Grant of Short term credit to enable the soviet to buy Ootton is regarded As the forerunner of larger operations. Apparently a substantial improvement Russo american Trade can be expected. Questions for discussion prior to the establishment of formal relations Are communist propaganda. American debt and property claims and soviet counter claims for damages during the 1919 intervention. It is generally believed that ambassadors will soon be exchanged Russia s probably being m. Gregorie Sokolnikoff who was formerly minister londoner m. Mesh Lank and America s or. John Mac Murray or or. William bullitt. Washington talks Washington saturday. President Roosevelt and the russian envoy m. Levin Offin a joint statement yesterday fraid that thy had reviewed the Questi Cue Between both countries and the Conversi Rons would continue the Normal course. Advance beef chilling science aids our exporters fighting leaks mail special representative London november 10. It is now possible to announce that the difficulties of commercially applying Labora tory to the Long distance Carriage of chilled beef has been surmounted. Or. A. J. M. Smith of the Cambridge Low temperature research laboratories said that research had aided the knowledge pained from experimental shipments. A Long discussion Between naval architects and engineers has resulted much Iro Grees but it must be decided Beford beg nning regular shipments whether the extent of the Trade justifies the necessary costly alterations to existing ships. At least one is being constructed for tie Australia Trade embodying the new principles and Laboratory experiments How that chilled beef can be brought from Australia perfect condition. The problem has been to control the compos Tion of the atmosphere the holds order to apply the discovery to that the maintenance of at least 10 per cent of Carbon dioxide during a doubled storage period would avoid Mould and taint. Wind affects leakage existing holds while sometimes too Gas tight for fruit Are too Leaky for chilled beef experimental shipments have revealed that the leakage at is three times the leakage Harbor because of the pitching and rolling and fluctuating wind pressures. The leakage is relatively Small with ? headwinds and following winds but much greater with beam w ads. Attempts at amelioration by sealing the interstices with Wax have been Usu less Fui the leakage has occurred primarily from deck to deck through Hatchway and where frames penetrate deck plating. Ship designers Are concentrating Atten Tion overcoming structural leaks by welding All Jonte. Which although expensive has been carried out a new aus Dollar Yoyo Ladd Bradatsch . Tra Ian vessel. The Best cure Tor Hatch j Way leakages is probably a Gas tight coi e i balloon fabric or fabric impregnated Law the bituminous emulsion. Tests ire pro j feeding he. Smith said. The Shaw and Albion co. Ltd. Is ordering a third 13.000-ton motor ship 1 her Speed will be Between 16 and 17 knot. ? and she will be fitted to carry cargoes o chilled beet. May mean More for producers when the Ablo was shown i of ill1. W. Aim miss. . Jho vi.-.ori. mra exporter to i . Lit. optimistic Viii of tie but what we want to lose no time no Ikinio a fairly Liz Loci shipment under thes a sic it to a now i conditions and if to cues attends the Ven iture. Verv Strong Stein should be taken to equip some of the present refrigerate shins rhe lines of the latest Sci Nti if 1 . Or. A. C. D. Rivets of the Coutv of scientific mid Industrial h ? . A to i Lii Niesch Iii fit Nili d the that the problem would be solved. R ? search similar hues had i for some time and a pvt a Bir was Bein carried out Brisbane at Thi Laboratory of the count1. Rescued his country from chaos Nadir contrast to old regime ? i phones roads London november 11. article contrasting the peaceful condition of Nadir Shah s reign with the previous social and political turmoil. The times cites the value of the extensive Road making and increased Trade. The charred ruins of the Royal Palace at Jela Labad still remind the traveller of incidents of bacchae Sakai s usurpation when King Manuila fell 1929, showing the Brevity of the time allowed Nadir Shah to Rescue his country from chaos. Jela Labad Lias been completely restored to the Prosperity and also Kabul where bacchae Sakai was reputed to have flayed and boiled his victims alive. Telephone j and Telegraph connect the capital with most towns. The governor of Kandahar who wears English Tweed suit believes the civilising influence of roads. Ques 1 toned whether he liked shooting he re 1 plied that he had not fired 20 shots j his life for pleasure. He has successfully j reorganised the province by publicly. Hanging criminals after the abolition of torture utilisation and stoning to j death the times says. Indian railway dream Jin contrast to King Amanulla g out burst. Lord Crewe. Who was the Ambas Sador Paris for six years a letter to the times says that Nadir Shah s assassination has caused profound regret. We had frequent meetings when be was the afghan minister Paris and j he always proved a High bred Oriental i gentleman which nothing Europe can surpass. Nadir Shah always hoped that the j ties Between Afghanistan and India would be strengthened by a direct railway and also insisted the need for higher Edu cation Afghanistan which he hoped to enlist the help and sympathy of former Indian moslem Amanulla will not return exp no Ama Iulla lost the throne of j Afghanistan 1929 because be utterly Dis 1 regarded the country s traditions. Accordi my he will not return declared l Rinc Ili Khan the afghan minister pars who is a brother of the murdered Kizia Nadir Shah. A message from Calcutta Erato All if still quiet Afghanistan though there i is considerable apprehend about the re 1 sorted intention of sex King to return immediately from Italy. There is i still no authentic news from Kabul j the identity of the Assassin of uni Radii Shah who is described a a student and also As a Palace employee. Lit w said Toj hive fired Nir a shot Ai King Nadir. After Var is a. When ii 1 Shch was St Assin j wednesday h s 20-year-od Zahir j a i i. Was proclaimed Kir. a Nani Iha interviewed Rome said thai \ he would not return unless the people of Afghanistan desired him

Search All Newspapers in Adelaide, South Australia

Advanced Search

Search Courier

Search the Adelaide Mail Today with a Free Trial

We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research. With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.

Not Finding What You Were Looking for on This Page of The Adelaide Mail?

People find the most success using advanced search. Try plugging in keywords, names, dates, and locations, and get matched with results from the entire collection of newspapers at NewspaperArchive!

Looking Courier

Browse Newspapers

You can also successfully find newspapers by these browse options. Explore our archives on your own!

By Location

By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

Browse by Publication
By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

Browse by Collection

NewspaperArchive FAQs

Looking for more information? If you’re not ready to talk to a representative, here are some frequently asked questions to help you determine if institutional access to Newspaper Archive is for you and your institution.

Newspapers allow readers to step into the life and times of past decades and centuries from all over the world. Not only do they have interesting and unique articles and photos, but they also have advertisements, comics, classifieds, and more.
The NewspaperArchive collection can be searched several different ways - advanced search, browse, and publications. The advanced search offers filters to narrow your search for more precise results.
NewspaperArchive’s collection of newspapers boasts more than 85% unique content compared to other newspaper sites. In addition to big city newspapers, we have a wide variety of newspapers from small towns that hold a wealth of information about day-to-day life. Our collection dates back to 1607!