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Adelaide Mail (Newspaper) - November 14, 1936, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia s ? ? ? ? ? ? ? the postage rate i _ _. _ _ i on this use within � ii a i of # a the Commonwealth i h ii ? i Fiji new zealand i a i United kingdom All i sea route is two 1 o .1 Ujj i Pence 2d uni i i Ted kingdom via i Usu Iii France endorsed. 1 la a i and a other Bri i a lust i Tish possessions is = War a. I a other places 1 who a l threepence 3d.i lil a Ivy five Pence 5d ? ii iiniiiiiiiiiniiiiiiii7 or Clipper Wini Fihn tobacco Iii la ii i 1 Large plugs for pipe in Light and dark a Lui i Luin Price and Quality suits everybody. A y sole agents Cornell limited. Adelaide i armchair Comfort Nesb a efficient service first class vie. 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Years of experience and Are thoroughly conversant with every Point of interest throughout together with the easy stages of travel and the first class accommodation overnight makes this travel organisation the Holiday seeker s Paradise our next vacation Tours leave Sydney Canberra Melbourne nov. 21, dec. 9th Sydney test Cricket dec. 26, 28, Jan 4, 18 21 Days inclusive first class ? 25 guineas grampians Melbourne Lorne dec. 1dec. 26, Jan. 5, 1 8, feb. 115, March 11 5, 29. 10 Days inclusive first class ? 12 guineas grampians Portland South East december 25. 8 Days inclusive first class ? 9 guineas Yorke Peninsula tour and service leaving daily 8.30 . ? basins travel club has been formed with the intention of giving further assistance to the tourist in acquiring the Long looked for Holiday this of club though Only recently formed has grown rapidly As the outlay of 2/ is All that is required and will save you pounds enquire and Book now exceptionally heavy reservations a have been made up to the end of february of next year on our of various Tours therefore we do ask intending Holiday makers to Book Early. ? Call write or ring and let us explain basins Scenic Tours 10 King William st., Adelaide c 4428 i a doors from North Tec. 2 lines. Gunman escapes dramatic sequel to kidnapping . Bookmaker seized Melbourne. Saturday. The seizure of an unlicensed bookmaker by three gunmen late today had a dramatic sequel after the kid nappers had been captured. One of them was Beinor driven to Russell Street police station by three men when he suddenly thrust a revolver against the Driver s ribs and said the joke s on you he forr a the Driver to take him to Fitzroy where he escaped. The bookmaker had been betting on the Williamstown races near the Mari Burnong River Bridge. With several Hundred men following him he was walking towards a hotel to hear a broadcast of one of the races when a car bearing a new South Wales Numberplate drove Over the Bridge. The car stopped beside the Road and two armed men jumped out and seized the bookmaker. He was bundled roughly into the Back seat and the car was driven away at High Speed with police and a mob of men in to Pur suit. Two shots fired or. Alfred Morris Riding a motor Cycle with first Constable o Donnell on the Pillion seat chased the car for nearly a mile. The gunmen fired two shots at them. Or. Morris said that for half a mile they were Riding beside the car with the Constable calling Stop in the name of the King he said that the Driver of the car shouted Back i be been paid to do this. How can i Stop when i have a revolver in my ribs after the car had travelled for nearly a mile the engine stalled. One of the three gunmen leapt out and swam across the River and his two confederates dashed across country. Joke s on you the Man who swam the River was captured and was being taken by three men in a car to Russell Street police station when he suddenly produced a revolver and pressing it against the ribs of the Driver said the joke s on you he forced the Driver to take him to Fitzroy and when in the heart of the District he stopped the car and made his escape. ? the two men who ran across coun try were chased up a Hill near the quarries where they were caught by the Nolice. His clients had been betting on a re serve near the hotel known As Little Flemington the two men who were arrested Are in custody at Flemington police station and it is understood that certain charges will be preferred against them. The bookmaker was unharmed. Girl Hurt in bad car crash Iron ripped off Fence. Broken Hill saturday. An italian and his daughter had remarkable escapes from serious injury or possible death today when a car driven by the father came into Colli Sion with a Council car driven by the mayor Aid. E. J. Barn Sand then careened into the Fence of the fire station Tennis court in Blende Street. The Man was Peter Dallavale of Wolfram Street who was accompanied by Bis daughter Molly aged 18. She was sitting in the front seat and suffered a badly lacerated b a a pos sible fractured nose and Shock. The mayor who had As passengers Aid. H. C. Cleeland and or. Alf Cocks of Argent Street was driving his car out of the town Hall Yard. The other car a new one was being driven in a Westerly direction along Blende Street when the collision occurred. Dallavale s car continued across Blende Street hit the Kerbs one near the Tennis court with tremendous Force and crashed into the Tennis court Fence ripping several sheets of Iron from the Woodwork and smashing the rails. The car s Progress was stopped when the near Side hit an Iron Post of the Fence. The Radiator was protruding right through the Fence and the off Side running Board was badly smashed. Nurse Mcguire of the Hospital staff who was in the Vicinity attended miss1 Dallavale who was Semi conscious when removed by ambulance to the Hospital. Dallavale had taken charge of the car Only today and the Accident occurred an hour after he had registered the vehicle at the police station. He still had the registration plates in the rear of the car. Better weather for tomorrow \ n improvement in the weather j is promised for tomorrow by the government meteorologist i or. Bromley. I he said tonight that the Depres Sion had passed to the East and barometers were rising so that to Morrow should be chiefly Fine and Cool. There might be a few Light showers. Light rain was recorded in scattered parts of the state today. Be tween 6 and 6.30 . There were Light showers in Southern and Eastern suburbs. Two men Hurt in gland Ore collision a lorry loaded with Hay figured in a collision at the intersection of South Road and Nottingham Avenue Glan Dore near the Black Forest school late yesterday. Two men who were Riding a motor Cycle and bicycle respectively were severely injured and were admitted to the Adelaide Hospital. They were Walter Joseph Ryles 39. Of Seaton Avenue Seaton Park fractured leg. Ralph Hodgson 40, of Florence Street Goodwood concussion and pos sible internal injuries. Ryles was Riding his bicycle South along the South Road behind the Hay lorry. He swung to the right to enter Nottingham Avenue when he came into collision with a motor cyclist who was travelling North. Constable Schroeder. Of Plympton made inquiries. Knew her address but her name a woman in England decided to write to a Friend in South Australia. She knew her Friend was married but could remember her name. All she Knem was that the Friend lived in railway Terrace Burra. So she decided to Trust in provi Dence and the postal authorities and addressed her letter mrs. ? railway Terrace Aberdeen Burra Australia the letter duly arrived at the Koo Ringa Post office on thursday. The postmaster there puzzled Over the address for some time. At last he decided on a House to House canvass in railway Terrace. It seemed the Only Way. Fortunately the first House he came to that of mrs. C. Baker was the right one. Mrs. Baker explained that she had a Friend in England but she very rarely corresponded with her. In fact she knew her Friend was married but she did know her married name and her last letter to England had been addressed solely to a Street number to overcome Bushfire peril water scheme Sydney saturday. Towns in the Central Blue mountains area Are to be provided with the Best possible insurance against the annual perils of Bush fires water. At a Cost of �66.000 All Blue mountains towns from the Katoomba Boun-1 Dary at Leura to Woodforde Are to have their own water supplies. Work will begin almost immediately and the undertaking will be completed in two years. Announcing this development today the president of the Blue mountains Shire or. P. Wilson said that it was hoped soon to Complete arrangements also for the Extension of the Spring Wood water Supply to All lower Blue mountains towns As far West As Emu Plains. The need for a water Supply in these towns was strikingly emphasised Dur ing last week s disastrous fires or. Wilson said. Springwood was provided with a town Supply Only recently with out it the town would have been in grave danger of destruction. The government was contributing �19,500, and. Because of the National importance of the project it was hoped to obtain from it another substantial Grant for the lower Blue mountains scheme. Naked youth found shot Sydney saturday. With a bull2t wound in his Chest Dudley Burnard. 16, of Liscombe was taken from near Haslam s Creek to Hospital and admitted in a serious condition this afternoon. Ambulance officers found the youth lying naked on the ground some distance from the Creek. I they were told that he had gone into the Creek to swim. A Rifle was \ fired and the Bullet entered his Chest. Players ran from a Tennis court about a Quarter of a mile away and gave assistance until the ambulance arrived. Burnard was in such a serious con Ilion that his dying depositions could ?. Not be taken. Detectives questioned another Man. New gaol for sex offenders Sydney saturday. A new Wing will be added to a Large country gaol probably at Bathurst when the government s legislation for the segregation and treatment of mental defective criminals convicted of sex offences becomes Law. It is hoped during the present session of the state parliament to take the Bill through its final stages thus enabling the treatment of All Border line criminals to begin this year. Under this legislation people convicted of sexual offences May be ordered by the court to stay in an institution after the expiration of their prison sentences to enable their mental condition to be observed by alienist. This will keep under detention Many men who Are a constant menace to society because after leaving prison they usually continue their sex offences. They present the biggest problem known to police and psychiatrists in the state. They Are Border line men Tal cases persons certifiably in sane and yet Normal. For criminals Only the legislation will Deal with Crimi nals Only. A person May be committed direct to the special institution instead of being ordered to serve his term of imprisonment before doing so. Right of Appeal to a special court is provided As a safeguard against any abuse of Power. Under the legislation governors of prisons if they notice the development of abnormal tendencies in prisoners have Power to recommend that they be from the prison to a special institution. The state s most outstanding alienist will attend the institution. Inmates will be released if their mental condition does warrant it but an Independent committee is to be appointed whose duty it will be to visit the establishment every few months and note the condition of the patients. This committee will have Power to re commend the release of any prisoner whose condition shows improvement. The papal Legate or. John Panico was besieged eagerly this after noon when he attended the Garden party in his Honor at Loreto Convent by people wishing to pay him homage. The scene As the crowd surged round him. Beside him is or. A. L. Kenny one of the papal chamber Lains. Interstate and local Beauty at opening of yacht Squadron the three men in their boat could never have made such a charming photographic study As did these five girls in their Little boat. They were among the spectators at the opening of the South australian yacht Squadron at outer Harbor this afternoon and Are from left misses Kathleen Mccarthy Sydney Beth Hooper Connie Scott Esme Reid and Ruth Winterbottom. England s failure with tests at hand Bradman spectacular by the mail Cricket writer Australia s Cricket Star is shining brightly following today s big games. In Sydney the strongest batting Side England has yet placed in the Field crumpled before the spin Bowling of o Reilly and Mudge in Melbourne Don Bradman Australia s prospective test Captain smashed a dangerous victorian attack into impotence to score a Brilliant 192 England s failure must be disquieting to Allen. The psychological effect of j such a collapse with the first test match near at hand gives Australia an initial advantage. Allen eager to break the spell that o Reilly has Woven round the English batsmen deliberately weakened his at tack to place in the Field in Sydney a powerful run getting combination. Barnett Hammond Leyland. Hardstaff Fishlock Worthington. And Ames were All played. The two left handers Ley land and Fishlock. Were regarded by England As the Trump cards to be used against o Reilly. I but the slim dark faced Young slow Bowler Harold Mudge who barely held i his place in the new South Wales team for this match upset All England s Hopes. It was his Day. Subtly disguising his Bosies and Over spinners j he sent Back Hammond and then Hel and o Reilly revealed the inherent weakness of the Middle Section of the English batting. J Leyland Hardstaff Fishlock and Worthington All failed. The four j scored two runs Between them ? All four Are test batsmen and their inability to combat the Wiles of thei spin bowlers will give o Reilly Ward Grimmett and the other test bowlers great Confidence for the Brisbane match. South Australia has a hard fight ahead in the shield game against Vic Toria in spite of Bradman s glorious 192 today. The state still is in need of 107 runs to gain a first innings Lead and much will depend on the partner ship Between the two West Torrens batsmen Camence and Waite. Bradman s innings marked another Milestone on the amazing career of this wonder batsman. Not since Lar Wood bowled Here four years ago has he had to contend with such a venomous attack As Mccormick and Ebeling unleashed against him Early in his innings. Yet he survived that danger and after the Tea adjournment pulverised the Bowling. Frederic the slow Bowler who did so Well against England had 66 runs hit off eight overs nearly All by Brad Man and Plant saw 31 runs come off two of his overs. Only Sievers bowl ing with rare accuracy and judgment held the Champion in Check. Bradman took All the strike in the closing stages and while he scored nearly 100 runs Camence made Only nine. Bradman went from 100 to 150 in 32 minutes and then added the last 42 in 14 minutes hitting with reckless i abandon. It was the fifty seventh Century of his first class career. Bradman has now made More three figure scores than any other australian batsman. Is has made 417 runs in first class Cricket this season in three innings his average being 139. Cricket details Page 12. Better medical service in . Cabinet s move Canberra saturday. Federal Cabinet will consider on monday proposals for the provision of an improved Aerial medical service in the i Northern territory. Or. Fen tons plane was destroyed and the government is considering whether it will provide another plane j for a similar service or whether the scheme will be extended to establish a flying doctor service at Katherine under the control of the Inland medical ser vice. The Commonwealth now subsidises this organisation by �5,000 a year and it is Felt that it might be practicable to work in co operation with it while using the services of or. Fenton. As soon As the loss of or. Fenton s plane was reported the minister of the Interior or. Paterson asked the administrator or. Weddell for a report j and suggestions. Or. Weddell has suggested consideration of the provision of another machine. The government has to de cide whether it will assist or. Fenton to buy another plane or inaugurate a new flying doctor service with head quarters at Katherine where there is a Good government Hospital and from which the whole of the Northern territory could be covered. A decision is expected next week a it is realised that an adequate service must be provided As soon As possible. Loyalists launch attack insurgents driven Back in Battle for Madrid rebels frantically Rush moors to Spain London saturday. Preceded by a spectacular air Battle Between 30 planes Over Madrid the loyalists yesterday launched a vigorous counter offensive and drove the rebels Back for Oliree Miles from the South of the City. Meanwhile the insurgents Are frantically Rushing reinforcements of moors to the Madrid front. At Ceuta a further 10,000 of these fierce Mohammedan troops Are Awai incr transportation to Spain. Inspired by the Appeal of Gen. Miaja director general of Secu Rity in Madrid to Crown the week end with Victory 50,000 loyalists hurled themselves against the rebel forces which a week ago seemed Likely to sweep into the capital. The launch of an extensive govern ment counter attack is confirmed by a Telephone message to London from the Spanish foreign minister Senor Del Vayo. It was preceded by an air conflict in Bright Sunshine when 16 government machines joined in Battle with 14 rebel planes. The government claims to have shot Down six planes and admits losing two. Against this the rebels claim to have destroyed eight. How Ever the loyalists undoubtedly drove off the attackers. The capital remains Calm and Hope Ful. Some citizens took momentary cover from the air raids but the Majo Rity excitedly watched the conflicts the sky and a second air raid occurred in the afternoon when 16 loyalist machines drove off six rebel bombers and nine scout planes bringing Down two. As the loyalist infantry counter attacked an aircraft patrol watched the fighting and directed the govern ment batteries in the suburbs when to cease fire to avoid hitting the advancing militia. Miners Stop tanks government successes since thursday Are largely due to the dashing attacks by reinforcements of asturian miners with dynamite bombs and hand Gre Nades which they hurled against rebel tanks. They brought to a standstill six rebel tanks which were leading two advancing columns of moors and later re pulsed with sustained Rifle and machine gun fire four More tanks screening a second moorish Effort. The loyalists have advanced three. Quarters of a mile in the usera District South of Princesa Bridge the City a Southern most Entrance aggregating As Advance of three Miles for the Day. Fighting continues in Casa Del Campo. Which is no longer in undisputed Possession of the rebels. Deadly air bombing by loyalist planes of several thousand insurgents assembled on an open Field at Campa mento 3% Miles South West of Madrid is described by the daily Telegraph s correspondent. He adds that the insurgents Are now nowhere within a mile of the Manza Nares River and the majority Are much farther away although earlier in the week they were charging at Bridge Heads. Wants 20,000 moors meanwhile the rebel Cruiser Almir me Cervera is feverishly crossing and re crossing the Strait of Gibraltar from Ceuta to Algeciras hurrying moorish reinforcements to Gen. Franco s fight ing line. Gen. Franco the rebel commander in chief had 15.000 moors at his disposal on monday. He requires 20,000 to repel the loyalist counter attack and resume his attempt to enter Madrid. Already 10,000 fresh moorish troops have reached Ceuta ready to Cross to Spain and March to Madrid. Spain s prime minister Senor Largo Caballero has returned to the capital Erom Valencia. He has inspected the positions on the Madrid Batu front and conferred with the military staff. Rebel allegations that the loyalists Are using Poison Gas Are categorically dented in Madrid. Slaughter by rebels a British official of the Rio Tinto mines in the South of Spain states that the insurgents shot 1,500 loyalist miners including 100 women during their cleaning up operations. _ this Slaughter occurred in spite of tire fact that the miners. From whom a desperate resistance was expected sur rendered Early in the Campaign with out firing a shot. The times correspondent at Gibraltar states that the Spanish insurgent Cruiser Almerante Cervera has stopped a russian cargo ship Laden with am munition in tie Strait of Gibraltar and ordered her to Ceuta. The rebel head quarters in Morocco. Could Back 5/1 Winner by Trafalgar so Many people wanted to Back Ali Uura at Morphet Tville this afternoon for the Ozone High weight at Williamstown that bets on the South australian Mare were refused. Scores of backers on the course were unable to support Alinur who Start ing at 5 to 1, Defeated evening Mist by half a head in the course record time of 1.25 for the seven furlongs. The Morphet Tville bookmakers might have been hit badly Over the Success of the South australian Mare Amalia in the Williamstown cup but Many of them were cautious in laying the Amain Mare. They certainly displayed timidity Over the unplaced favorite steel Spear who As in the Case of Alinur was scratched off the bulk of the sheets. Yet there was a succession of turn ups at Morphet Tville As favorite after favorite was beaten ending in Princess Harmony s unexpected Triumph in the final event when Only one or two ring men wrote her name. While Princess Harmony was re turned at 25 to 1, her dividend in the straight out machine was �47/10/. Lord Alfred was the Only costly horse at Morphet Tville for the ring. As illustrating the contrast Between the bookmakers prices and the dividends returned in the tote for a win this afternoon these figures Are inter Esting win books tote celtic Kin. 20/1 �30/18/ Luparello. 6/1 �7/4/ last trick 10/1 �10/6/ Wilwyn ? 8/1 �17/4/ Royal opera 8/1 �12/10/ or. Pim ? 10/1 �14/16/ lord Alfred. 7/4 �3/8/ p. Harmony. 25/1 �47/10/ racing Page 4. Delegates to visit Victor delegates to the various sections of the australian newspapers Confer ence which concluded. Yesterday played Golf at mount lofty this after noon and then were entertained at the Home of or. And mrs. J. F. Downer Gle Nalta Stirling West a trip to Victor Harbor As the guests of the government is the chief item for tomorrow. The Premier or. Butler will propose the Toast of the visitors at a luncheon to be held at the hotel Grosvenor. On monday the annual meeting of the australian associated press pay. Ltd., the Empire press Union and the audit Bureau of circulations will be held. Stop press Brisbane boxing at the Brisbane stadium tonight Billy Martin 10.8. Out pointed Jack Shields 10.12% in 15 rounds

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