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Adelaide Mail (Newspaper) - November 11, 1933, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia special bargain for monday shoppers Novelty drapery Bazaar 12-Rundle Street-122 ? right Opp. Rex theatre ? men s Cotton ill men s Wool Navy Tell melange trousers o la Serge trousers at / �1 men s Grey flan. A la men s Navy. Serge suits. Trousers to Clear �7 Well tailored on striped Fla Niette p la smart finish oy/0 pyjamas to men s Rannel 1 ill men s heavy Nap a la 2-piece suits Xci in of posers to dear u youths Grey 4./11 men s Fawn flan Ell flannel trousers/1 trousers to go at of a1 boys Navy Wool o la men s Thorn rih o la Serge knickers at of onsets to Clear of 1a Thor proof men s Oxford 1/11 & flan. Knickers i of shirts to Clear at Xii men genre Ink wi8 Fairon la fashion shirt. Poll a forts to Clear at -i/11 Collar to match mean s blk ital. A / boys striped of / cloth shirts for o Ford Drill blouses x / ivs Ichak Drill a i men s Grey and o shirts to Clear at j natural Rannels of men s Fine Navy twill Odd of or Coats indigo Dye strongly lined. A i sizes 5 to 8. Monday s special Wmma / 50 Only ladies heavy maroc in or la frocks. Smart styles and la est i of my shades with contrasting plaid a trimmings. Monday special 29/6 for. 19/11 bargains for everybody ladies Call in and see for yourselves dairymen dry hot months Are now due and Cream production will show the usual seasonal drop. Ton will want More milk from your cows every bag of meggi1ts of milk every Pound of butterfat you can possibly obtain from your Herd Means More profit at a time when you most want it. Production can definitely be maintained by feeding feg grrr linseed meal just a handful in the daily radon morning and night All practical dairymen know that a Etcitt s meal is easily the Best milk producer and extremely valuable in maintaining perfect health. To have your Herd always in tip top health and maximum production is Meggitt s Job. Feed Meggitt s now obtainable from All Dairy produce factories chaff Mer chants Stock and station houses or direct from elder Smith & co., limited London the news and the mail i Pleie files the news and the Mai arc retried and can be inspected he Carters and clients at the London Oftle of news limited 34-40 Ludgate Hill Lontok. E.c.4. Telephone Contra i 5884. Often Doe to i indigestion i sleeplessness is More often due to Diges Tive disturbance than to anything Ese. This is because indigestion is usually the result of 6tonmcb acidity which Ca sees fermentation and irritates the stomach Walls. So sensitive is your stomach lining that you maj not feel actual pain but the acid excites countless nerve Leatrea land causes Rosie St nervous activity. To quell this Mai Rual Ilie Urbance just to Ike a Little Liisu rated Yaj Rhetna in water. By instantly Neutral isms excess stomach a id and preventing fermentation Bisi raied Masuret a remove the cause of India edition land result or infirm a it Al of soothes ithe acid inflamed stomach lining and thu makes sound Roar Eriina sleep possible. I every Che idiot Sells ii curated Majjia i in powder and Handy Tablet Oriu there if no better remedy for quickly banishing in Dipen Tion and Conse fluent 6leeplessnesfe. J Jook for the Oval Bieman Trade Mark on each package. On wednesday 15th november 1933, at 2.30 . At the Wool Exchange Brookman building. Grenfell Street. Adelaide Sale of subt7bban houses by order of the first mortgagees Jackman & Treloar limited will sell by auction As above lot a under instructions from the mortgagee under and by virtue of memorandum of mortgage no. 985870. I u t0?8?8. No i0 fetdei8u Street. Allotment 31. Situated in the Hundred of Ade i ? having a frontage of 52 it. Or thereabouts to Fernleigh Street by a depth d fit and c n prl8llls a11 the land in certificate or title Register Book. Volume 974irolto 183, on which is erected a double fronted residence of 4 rooms bathroom Batik neater Wood and Gas stores enclosed Back and outside room Copper troughs tank garage lot 2. Under instructions from the mortgagee under and by virtue of memorandum or mortgage no 1081229 ? j a blood. No. 15 the Parade. Portion of allotment 5. Situated in the Hundred of Adelaide portion of Norwood having a frontage of 50 it. Or thereabouts to the Parade by Jepty ? 120,ft- my comprising a the land in certificate of title Register Book. Volume 6.5. Folio 94. On which is erected a Freestone and Brick Villa residence of 6 rooms cellar bathroom. As stove and conveniences. Well situated near Kent town lot 3. Under instructions from the mortgagee under and by virtue of memorandum of mortgage. No 10s7323 ? h ipbklidf.s0ujhvn�u 20 Dudley allotment 35. Situated in the Hundred Ota Delaide. Parks de South having a frontage of 40 it. Or thereabouts to Dudley Street by up ,.of 00 it and comp sins a the land in certificate of title Register Book volume902, Folio 76. On which is erected a Freestone and Brick Villa of 4 rooms bathroom Cas stove and conveniences. Lot 4. Under instructions from the mortgagee under and by virtue of memorandum of mortgage. No 1074799 i Everi it Princess Street near Princess Square. Portion of allotment 42. Situated in the Hundred of Vatala. Beverley. Haring a frontage of 49 it. Or thereabouts to Princess Street by a depth of 166 it. 2 in. Or thereabouts and comprising All the land in cer Tif Leate of title Register Bonk. Volume 1439 Folio 166. On which is erected a residence of 5 rooms bathroom Bath Heater sink Drain turd. Pantry Copper troughs tank. Etc. Lot 5. Under instructions from the mortgagee under and by virtue of memorandum of mortgage no 1076236 m1tcham. 83 Hill Street. Portion of Section 249 in the Hundred of Adelaide contain Jing 1 acre 1 Rood and 11 perches or thereabouts and comprising All the land in certificate of title Register Book. Volume 1050. Folk 17 on which is erected a Lles Denee of 41 rooms enclosed Back used As Kitchen and bathroom Gas Bali Ileater Basin cellar laundry Troupis Copper. Araf e. Fowl houses. 50 x 16 it. Fruit Trees Etc. Further particulars from the auctioneers. 75 Kinu William Street or from messes i Baker. Merwin. Ligertwood & Mill House solicitors Marialta Chambers Victoria Square 1adelaide. ? lot 6. By direction of the first abort gases. Under mortgage 967 i 4 i helms1iale. To 44 Augusta Street. Corner of first Avenue Loi 32 frontal of 60 it. To Augusia Street by Iso it. Ajaj first Avenue it. Vol. 9is Fol 50 sub Stan. Tial residence. 5 runs. Hall bathroom Bath Heater enclosed Back laundry As Copper troughs garage. Stable. Convertible 2 Flats three minutes Tram Stop surrounded a modern Bouses. In first class order. Lot 7. By direction of the mortgagee under mortgage 115963ua Costa Park. Williams Avenue. Lot 16 frontage of 60 it to Williams Avenue by a depth of 150 it. It. Vol. 154k Folio 1s2. Excellent building site. Facing ova and near Tram Stop. Lot 8. By direction of the first mortgagee under mortgage no. 111542maroen. Marden Road Corner Harris Street valuable Garden proper v allotments s9. 40. And 41. Area of 7 acres and i per lies. Or thereabouts being All the land in it of. 109. Of. 116. Improvements substantial Brick House of 5 rooms and conveniences storerooms Larke shed electro motor we Large portion Plau led with fruit Trees mostly Citrus. Solfi fild Referable land. Close to Fay Cham car about 3 Miles from Market. Lot 9. By direction of trustee in the est set of Fanny Patterson deed ate township. Lot 24 4 main Road consisting of dwelling of 5 rooms weather Board re Randan around sleep out cont Lences. Land 3y acres planted with Fri Trees. Excellent water Supply Well fenced suitable summer residence Seii with or without furniture terms arranged. Low Reserve further particulars no Tainan in from the auctioneers 75 King William Street Adelaide and 38 jetty Road. Glenelg. Phone c 5617 or x 125s. Those old worn out plugs of yours May be wasting one gallon of petrol out of every 10 Chanceton clock # slotted i Blades p made in England 4h a slotted blod to the lot to and Etu yet adv once in Rotor mad each deign 3d. Each. Try of these new 7 o clock Blades in you 3 Peg Rater to Morrow. Holidays of the River Murray this is tiie Best time of the year for enjoying the sichts provided by a cruise on the specially equipped passenger boats now running weekly sad fort Mehuys excursions. The is pity River is now at its heft and Early advantage Sli Oula he Takun while Tut favor Able season lasts write or ring up for further Par liars to Surray shipping of ice. Bowman s bc1lmxgs. Government till Rist by Fuu. W Cook s tourist Agency. L football Ball at Jamestown at the annual Ball of the Jamestown i football club heir in the Institute re to was a Eood attn Rland a meow. C. Froe Bairn and g a Slier were the s. And Mii if was pump Lippi by miss k. 1 Morinan s Jani Estorn jazz band. I the president or. E t Daly Rie of enter trophies won Dir drier the Keap Nti a follow i or Johnston a for most Ron Sis tent . C. Freebairn or h Pas Coe s for fairest and most Brilliant re ver. K. Moroney met h Sinjour s for most improved Laver. Jim Dawes proceeds of the bail amounted to �20. Britain will make Strong stand for disarmament spirit of peace our first aim archbishop leads Strong deputation five Points for ministry London saturday. To a deputation led by the archbishop of Canterbury or. Lang and representing churches literature science Industry education and the peace movement the prime minister or. Macdonald outlined Britain s stand for peace and disarmament. The aim before us in these negotiations the prime minister said is to reach an agreement to get not Only Dis armament but the peace spirit which alone is going to Supply the foundation for disarmament a financial limit on armaments was suggested but the foreign minister sir John Simon said that different budgetary systems in other countries and the changing value of Money placed difficulties in the Way. The deputation urged that the disarm Ament conference should Cou Niue and that the British government should press for agreement on the draft convention to be presented to Germany a a joint proposal of the conference. The deputation expressed deep anxiety that the draft convention a Fuld limit expenditure on armaments. Forbid rearmament provide for an All round abolition with in a limited period of Crary Type of weapon forbidden to Germany by the treaty of Versailles and establish an effective regular and Oon tin one system of International super vision extending to All nations to the traffic in and manufacture of Arma ments and to civil aviation Money firmed sir Josiah stamp a director of the Bank of England said that the deputation Felt that a convention depending for final Sanction upon specific descriptions of armaments or even Genera qualifications might be mide practically ineffective by the March of time and invention. _ he urged that the monetary or Finan Cial limitation of armaments should be sex no ooh the prime minister relying 6aid that the Only aim of disarmament was peace which was the goal the government sought. On the matter of method Fric Tion bad developed for instance on both the International police Force and civil aviation control. Be Askea the deputation whether it had satisfied Ruelf that International civil aviation control was going to give the Security that certain countries would demand be fore giving up their aeroplanes. Agreement essential while the British government is perfectly willing to Lead nothing effective can be done without in Tern atonal agree archbishop Lang ment the prime minister said. The question is not whether disarmament is desirable but How maximum disarmament can be secured he recalled that in the London naval treaty America Japan and Britain had agreed but France and Italy would not. They therefore had to put in what was known As an escalator clause which Cave any one of the three signatories Power to Tell the other two that they had to expand their programme because gome non signatory had engaged in building which really threatened their Security. If the British government were moved simply by militaristic ideas which depend on the Assumption that an increase i arms is an increase in Security the Escala Tor clause would have bees pot into Ope ration 18 months ago. It has not been put into operation and it will be the last thing we shall agree to but in the 1935 conference provided for by the London treaty we shall certainly be up against very considerable difficulties referring to supervision and the so railed probationary period. Or. Mac Donald said that the word probationary had never been used by the British government and when used by others they i lavs said Thev did not agree to it. He did not understand who anyone Ever assumed that Britain did not mean to Hrecin control or supervision from the very beginning or How the impression zot abroad that Gennav alone was to be supervised. That was never the intention. There were Verv considerate difficulties in the was of supervision. At least two Powts. For various reasons did not favor the Aro Nosal at first not that Thoy had ant hint to hide or intended to act outside and nere ement and those two Powers were the United states and Britain. When eventually it was agreed that we should have supervision to give an added sense of Security our first proposal was that it should operate when a complaint was made. On second thoughts we agreed to a Genera supervision these were merely typical Points and he had indicated the Way in which they had been handled. The same spirit was being applied to All other Points brought up by the deputation and Many of them were still in the process of negotiation. The aim before them in those negotiations was to reach an agreement to get not Only disarmament hut the peace spirit which alone would Supply the foundation for disarmament. The foreign Secretary sir John Simon referring to the supervision proposal re called his speech at Geneva in he said that it was understood on All hands that the supervision contemplated would be of general application. One thing to be noted about the first stage of the scheme Wae that there should be from the beginning of the convention an agreement that no government would manufacture or acquire any further Wea Pons of any types to be eventually abolished. That in itself necessitated the general application of the supervision. Changing values there were tremendous difficulties in the Way of financial control in Britain. The could not spend Money on arms without the whole thing App Eirin in accounts. Livery country did not proceed on that Baj Sifi and to have an International agree ment Tor budgetary control it was East to have a system Wirich might be expected to produce proper results in coun Ines where vastly different systems obtained. There was a further difficulty not Only of the changing value of Money but of the difference of standards and there were others which must be borne in mind. Like View the iritis to Over neut had taken was that they must enquire whether an agreement could be reached on a satisfactory system of budgetary publicity to begin with. Then they would have to enquire whether a measure by which the different nations would make known and open to Public inspection what they were doing could be secured. If this were done they could probably find a Way to remove Many of these difficulties. Cables on the situation in Germany ? Pae 3� ? honouring the heroes who fell in the great War a Section of the crowd gathered at the War memorial an North Terras to observe the two min. Toes armistice Day silence m Honor of the heroes who fell for their country in the great War. Gathered at a Terras r is ice y of assembled when Gong rang warning Given to unemployed eviction cases organised resistance to evictions of unemployed from their dwellings by a sys tem of warning gongs has been revealed in evidence in cases heard in the Ade Laide police court. For the first time in South Australia the Crown has proceeded against people who repossess houses after having been evicted. The charges were a a under subsection of the police act which deems it an offence to be found on premises without lawful excuse. Evidence in one Case disclosed an elaborate system of warning by which sympathisers with evicted people could be summoned to the scene in a hurry. This Wae known As rally when the Gong goes under Cross examination by or. A. L. Pickering of the Crown Law office a witness admitted that pamphlets had been printed on a duplicating machine and distributed. The Tenor of these pamphlets was to urge the workers to resist eviction. ? workers conference the witness said that an anti eviction St movement had been formed following a conference of workers organisations. Pressed by or. Pickering he admitted that the object of the movement was to band the workers together to resist any eviction. An extract from one of the pamphlets read in court was we have been tolerant but now we Are becoming desperate. We must adopt every Means that comes to hand far our own Protection a Gong was supplied to any person expecting eviction or to some person with in Range. The idea was that when the bailiffs were seen approaching the Gong was sounded and everybody within hear ing was expected to hurry to the scene. At first witness said that the reason for this was that the workers might see just what an eviction must mean to a worker and his family that they might see the ordeal and horror of it or. Pickering in t it a fact that the idea is for them to resist the eviction if possible witness yes. Is not it b fact that in the Early Evic Tion cases the bailiffs were roughly handled by the crowd i Don t know. Police ready or. Pickering said that now a Strong body of police under responsible officers posted themselves at strategic Points and made their presence known when the eviction took place. A woman witness gave evidence that a crowd of 400 was present when one Man was evicted. They had adopted a threatening attitude towards the police and bailiffs hooting and jeering them. Or. Clarence Naffin. One of the manag ing directors of Malcolm Reid & co. Left today on the Strathnaver on a Holiday tour to Noumea and Norfolk islands. Nominations close for municipal Council elections woman will stand for Ward at Woodville few mayoral contests a nominations for municipal elections in South Australia closed at noon to Day. ? there were no last minute sur Prises. Three metropolitan municipalities Mil have mayors who Are not members of the Council. At port Adelaide or. J. M. Lambert was elected unopposed to to mayoral chair and the Only nomination received for the position at Hindmarsh was thai of or. J. Mcinnes . He has not been a member of the Council the year but is prominent in political circles. He was formerly commissioner of Public works. A contest for the mayoralty Wili be necessary at Woodville. Where messes w. To Uliosh and w Cox. Neither of whom is a member of the Council have nominated. Both however Are former chairmen of the Council. Where necessary elections will be Beld on december 2. Woman candidate mrs. Douglas Thomas is one of three candidates for the Albert Park Ward in the Woodville corporation. She a president of the local women s welfare association. The Only woman councillor in the state at present is mrs. Or. A. A. Goode who represents Hackney Ward at St. Peters. Sitting declared by the re turning officer Aid. Isaacs to be elected unopposed Are cars. The. W. J. Peet Grey Warda. G Barrett \ Rob and a. S. Hawker Macdonnell. The nomination of or. J. J. Flaherty As an Alderman in the Kensington and Norwood Council was declared informal because it Wae not filled in correctly. Or. W. S. Hanson was elected without opposition As mayor but there will be con test in every Ward. Aid. J. Ford was elected unopposed As mayor of St. Peters. Or. F. T. Perry. M.p., did not stand again for the position. There will be an election in every Ward except that at Hackney where mrs. A. K. Goode was returned opposed. No nomination was received for the mayoralty at Woodville from or. H. Slade who has been mayor this year. There will be contests in every Ward at Woodville there is also opposition in every Ward at Hindmarsh. It was expected that or. I f. K. Nienass would nominate for the mayoralty but he is a candidate for the b Romp ton Ward As a councillor. The present mayor or. W. Wood did not re nominate for business reasons. Nominations were metropolitan Adelaide for lord mayor. J. B. Cain Draper j. S. Bees. Insurance underwriter. Aldermen two required t. Flint Ironmonger. G. W. Illyn Gwynn. Company Secretary a. B Prosser company director. Councillors. Hon Mareb Ward a. W b. Sims manufacturer a. T. Sutton. Merchant. Gawler Ward j. L. Bonython company director a. E w. Short paper merchant. Grey Ward a. W. 1. Peet. Picture Cramer elect a unopposed. Young Ward l. J. Mcmullin. Labourer. R. J. Pelton. Licensed land broker a. C. By mall. Solicitor c. Williams store keeper and accountant. Robe Ward a. A. Barrett company manager elected unopposed. Macdonnell Ward a. S. Hawker Farmer elected unopposed. Unley mayor. F. 3. Barrett. Aldermen two wanted. C. B. Dunnage. C. F Hancock and s. J Kneebone. Councillors. Unley Ward w. M. Harrell. A v Morris. Parks de h. S. Dunks Ful Larton l. A ans f v Fearn. W. H. 3. Welch. Goodwood m. H h. Hayes. G. W. Nil Worth. Goodwood South n. Anquetil. Glenelg mayor j. B. Cohen. W. Fisk. Alderman two required j. E. Lawton. 3. W. Sutherland. Councillors Glenelg Ward d. Reiley a. W. Brooks. New Glenelg e. Graham. St. Leon Ards m. L. Frith and c. C. L. Rogers. Port Adelaide mayor. J. M. Lambert. Alderman. J. G. Gibb. Councillors. North Ward a. B. Clare. Centre a. O. B Tapp South g. J. H. Pud Ney b c. Smith j. R Whitfield. East e. L Crisp. T. 3. Cunningham. H. G. Dianse. West a. H. Bastings. H. Mann. Theberton mayor. Landon. Aldermen h. S. Harwell. J. Sandow. Councillors Strangways Ward f. G. Phelps. Mus Frare m. Watson. Jerrols t. Green. Torrens a. A. House. Henley and Grange mayor Cyril Chambers. Mermen m. G. Smith elected. In the extraordinary vacancy caused through the retirement of Aid. W. Barry. T. Gurner was elec Ted unopposed. Councillors Henley South Ward w. 3. Tripp. Henley a. F. H ceh Lerl. W. K. Pcs grave. Grange w. H. Rogers Brighton mayor j. P. Brown. C. J. Coventry. Alderman w. E. Hobbs. Councillors North Ward p. F. Francis. Central c. Giltrap. L t. Bennett. South a. T. Greens Bierds. Hindmarsh mayor. Or. 3. Mcinnes . Alderman two required j. Al Scott Todd. G. B. Mcburnie. Councillors. Hindmarsh Ward w. G. Bourn. H. A King. Bonden c. H. Trem Bath. E. P. Whitington. Brompton f. K. Nienass 3. T. Whitely. Croydon a 8. Bryce. P Harrison. Kensington and Norwood mayor. W. S. Hanson. Aldermen two required. T. A. Buttery. D. P Thomas. Nomination from 3. 3. Flaherty declared informal. Councillors. Kensington Ward h. L. Jennings. A. E. Lengnick. East Norwood f. T. J Farmer. P. Zannoni. A. L. Lang West nor Wood a. A. H. Evans. 3. B. Grant. Kent t. B. Atkins a. Mcarthur c. H. S. Nacho us. St. Peters mayor. J. Ford. Aldermen two required. J. P. Crowley. T. Goodenough. Councillors. Hackney Ward mrs. A. K. Goode. East Adelaide i. W. Gall j. T. Lake. Stepney j. A. Flu Nan. G. B. Otto. Mav lands Al c. Austin. F. W. Cotton. C. W. Schneider. Woodville mayor. W. Tulloch w. Cox. There Are no aldermen at Woodville. 1 . Woodville Ward b. T. Own aug j. S. Butler. York w. E. Young j. H. Richards. Findon w. A Cole. A. O. Tulele. Albert Park mrs. D. Thomas. H. P. Butter Worth t. D. Carter. Country Gawler mayor. W. H. Cox. E. H. Lawrence. 1 . Barossa Ward w. Antwis j. 1 is Brady t. A. Ormsby b. I. Twartz. A Hurej Uil Ward a. I. Cunningham r. J. Folsel. A. W. Mclean w. J. Mclean. Central l. By. 3. H. L. Rose. W. Rice. Evanston a p. Allwood. H. G. Bray t. W. Chapman .1 a. 3. Lyons w. O. Noack. Gawler South v h. Deuter. A. B. Pan Nan. E. H. By cards. H. J Stan Borough w. Smith. William. We Aston c. D. Dwyer. P. C. Dawkins j. H. Tre Loar. W. T. Tape. Port Lincoln mayor. B. F. Poole. F. G. Jackson. Councillors. Tod Ward f. G. W. Pave. Boston w. A. Trigg. Flinders t. B. Ave lib m g. Henderson. Kirton j. W. Goulter. X. H. Oldfield. Quorn mayor. D. Hammond. V . North Ward l. B. Adams w a. Eula. East c. J. Easther e. J. Mcquoid South f. A. Smith. T. W. Williams. Wast c. H. Harden. Jamestown mayor. P. J. Mccarthy. Councillors. South Ward s. Wen farm. North Ward w. C Glasson. North Parade Ward s. N. Haskard. Leamington Ward c. L. Hewett. Strath alb in mayor. J. S. Richardson. Councillors. West Ward c. S. Woolett. East Ward w. H. Gilbert a. W. J. Burgess. Peterborough mayor. S. D. Jones. Councillors. West Ward or. W. R. C. Morris. E. H. Loverine. East n. D. Bower ing. G. S. Oliver. South r. Mildren j. Tel Ford. Oneala h. B. Wood. W. J. C. Purdie. Port Pirie mayor. W. H. Threads old. Aldermen two wanted. H. Waits e j. Pavlich. M m. B. Middleton. H. W Goode. Councillors. North Ward i. Berridge a. Sjostrom. South g. Dey. Solomon town w. Reid. J. Mccarter. West w. Coney a. J. Edwards. Wallaroo mayor ? w. H. Harbison. J . South Ward v. H. Bowen. I East r. E. Woolley. North e. F. Walk los. G h. Seeley. West l. F. Jones. D. Gar land. Kaunda i mayor. W t. Tru Seoti. I North Ward b. Hawke. South h. O. Goerecke. East c. H. Branson. West a h Rees. C j Launsb Maitland mayor. J. St. L. Honner. Councillors. Nor i Var a e. S. Schrapel. South m j Timmens Murray Bridge mayor. K. E. C. Mclean. Councillors. N Atli Ward f b. Butter Nruh. a t Potter East .1. T. Cassidy. J Ivisic k a. Olivers. E. Lei Siiman. I mount Gambier j mayor. A. I. F. Harbison. I Alderman. C. L. Selir. J . North Ward e. J. Bogey. Squill Els r j. R Waisnen. E. Earie. South Ivest j h Marks. A m. C. Run Rndt. J Victor Harbor \ mayor. N. H. Griffin s. D. Bract. I . Wes Ward a. Mac lieu i/1 Witti it unopposed. North Ward sir Wil Amilon i i Piv cd. ? ? in to in Jar. H. Husir. N. H. Brain in i. ? port Augusta mayor. .1. M. Been Myrtl. I . Fir w by Harden a i j Eirand a. B. third Ward w. Vuk fair la Ward j. W. Kui Lerton. Kitty Vard r. Turner j. E. Hidden in. A Gardier. I unusual sunday school service instead of singing sacred songs the Chi Dreu of semaphore congregation Sil Church will give a demonstration of their work at the sunday a Chook anniversary Uji Norrow. Toe Day will be a festival of childhood and youth under the direction of the Rev. F. W. Krohn but no Clergyman will take the sen ice in tire morning or afternoon. Or. Krohn will be in the pulpit at night Only As Leader of the youth Fellowship. The adult choir will be displaced by the Young people in the evening. A tableau will also be presented by the in Hydes club meaning intellectual physical devotional and social which was inaugurated by or. Krohn As semaphore s Lead in the recent youth Campaign Bank premises gutted by fire Mhz bourse. Saturday. The premises of the commercial banking co. Of Syd i Ney at merrium were completely gutted i by fire today the Kyabram fire brigade i was on the spot in 15 minutes. It Tor sigh i la a of enter could do nothing id save the building the contents of tie Safe saved but everything else was destroyed. Only one Mast on new liner London. 13. If proc a Are carried out aunt italian ports1 i i see a rather different Tyi a of Orien boat than a Subj. It a understood that the plans for the new liver include Ai single Tunnel and a single Masr. To increase Thi already extensive Pia Yii ? space on i the top deck for the Benefit of Passen i Sers. ? j answer to query mate if a hence constitutes a legally sufficient Fence. An adjoining owner Cannor compel h g neighbor to contribute towards the Cost of i new Fence. If any demands Are made Ani the Nitter cannot be settled put the facts before a solicitor. An adjoining owner can probe ably request you to remove the k it. Of hedge but no doubt this can be amicably arranged. Contrasts in frocks at cup carnival fanciful modes outnumbered mixed dressing Melbourne. Saturday. Throughout the Melbourne cup carnival there has been a Battle in women s cloth ing Between the practical and the Fanci Ful. The practical Section won although the fanciful helped by the Sun me today made a Bie bid for supremacy. The character of the dressing was mixed and the meeting closed with outfits of the practical order right at the Bead of tha fashion procession. The mingling of the prosaic and the fanciful provided a strange mixture lace and Georgette Bright materials and sombre fabrics Large brimmed hate and others scarcely Large enough of Jiang on Fure. And lacquered latin High heeled coloured shoes and brogues tailored cos Tumes and waisted Floral Georgette. Compromises were effected sometimes with White and Cream. Tbs color was both practical and gala Pas in shades in Blue Pink and Green were represented More in Wool than in the fragile materials. Even the coiffure were worked into a contrast. A very grimly tailored figure in Black and White Check showed a Large Flat Bun under a. Severely Plain Black Straw Sailor hat while Frivol one hate were perched perilously on Heads sunning Over with curls stairs made her Pant penalty of excess fat although she has lost but 7 in. Of her overweight this woman finds that 7 1b. Has made a remarkable difference to her. There can certainly be nothing wrong win a reducing treatment that brings Ucb increased Energy and vigor. Her letter reads 1 am s3 years old and my height is 5 it. Last year i weighed 11 St. For six months i have been taking a Balf teaspoonful of Kruschen salts making no change in my diet. Now i am less round the hips and Only weigh 10 St. 7 la. Dressed. But i feel lighter and can now run upstairs which before used to make me Pant. I feel much better Tyfian of late years not so heavy and i now enjoy dancing miss j. H. Kruschen is based on scientific Prin Ciple it s an Ideal blend of eix separate minerals which help glands nerves blood and body organs to function properly and maintain a splendid degree of health it builds no Energy and strength All the while you re training yourself Down to a Point of Normal weight. Kruschen salts is obtainable from All chemists and stores. When Yon order insist on Koschen. And accept no substitute. ?

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