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Adelaide Mail (Newspaper) - November 25, 1933, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia labor plans attack on wage cuts new life for body line controversy intense Campaign to be launched by Trade unions conference postponed to Aid scheme Shorter hours wanted ? % Sydney saturday. The labor movement is formulating plans for an intense organising Campaign among members of Trade unions throughout Australia in support of claims for a Restora Tion of All wave cuts Shorter working hours and vital changes in arbitration policy. Because the unions before making their plans Public wish to ascertain the Federal government s attitude on wage Cut revisions the australasian Council of Trade unions has postponed its conference set Down for wednesday until after the premiers conference in Hobart Early next year when arbitration questions will be discussed. Court s View wanted announcing the postponement of the . Conference the labor daily Sydney Baid that the Federal arbitration court had failed to define its attitude on a general revision of the 10 per cent Cut and the Federal Basic Ware Cut. Because of the relationship Between Federal and state arbitration. This question was one of the principal items set Down for Dis Cussion the premiers conference Hobart. The emergency committee of the . Had decided that was absolutely necessary for the whole of the unions to know the intention of both the co Art and Federal government before a policy for United action could be Laid Down by the Commonwealth Industrial movement. For this reason was unanimously agreed by the committee and subsequently endorsed by a meeting of Union officials that the . Congress should not to convened until after the premiers con Ference. In the meantime the emergency com Mitten would Endeavor to ascertain the procedure proposed by the Federal arbitration court in hearing the claims of unions for a restoration of the 10 per cent Cut in Saeea and a Shorter working week in View of the interpretation placed by the Federal attorney general on the recent High court decision that the Ai of traction court had not the Power to hear ? to general Case on hours or wave cute. Unwise move would be an extremely unwise move for the australian Trade Union movement to declare itself on vital constitutional questions before the premiers conference was held. The postponement of the . Con Ference has convinced Manv unionists in Sydney that the recent decisions of the in Ltd conference Between the victorian det Euratee and the Lane executive have no real significance and were merely designed to further the claims of or. Lanz to Federal leadership. Several Trade onion leaders said today that Alt ouch the ostensible reason for the postponement of the conference was that the Narty must wait until the pre Miers conference had defined its Atti tude on arbitration actually was known before the Date of the meeting was fixed that the premiers would meet on the question and that a lame Section of the Industrial wine wished labor to clearly define its attitude before Hie mat Ter received official consideration. These men maintain that the real motive behind the postponement is the fact that the Garden Graves group and those delegates from Victoria who openly sup ported them in formulating the uni a proposals just announced fear that if the conference were held next week they would have to face severe rank and file criticism for their failure to evolve any substantial basis for the negotiation of Unity Between the warring factions in new South Wales and re alignment of the movement Here with the Federal executive. Unity essential is realised that until Unity is reached in the labor Camps a United front on the movement s arbitration proposals will be difficult. is pointed out that the suggested re organisation proposals were presented to the interstate conference on june 10 last and were rejected the vote showing that they would be unacceptable to More than a Small Section of the movement in other states. 3. Union leaders consulted today stigmatised the redrafting and resubmission of these proposals As Mere window dress ing for the Lang party which Hopes to pose As the party that held out the Olive Branch but was rebuffed. Unity is not desired is said until cer Tain leaders of the group have been selected for Safe labor seats. Then if the party decides to re enter the Federal con Ference will demand that these nominations must stand and thus several men who have supported Federal labor throughout the trouble will be placed virtually outside the movement. If local autonomy is granted Victoria arid new South Wales both want these men can then be expelled. This recent action Many labor men believe Streng thens the belief that the Only reason for the recent meeting was to strengthen or. Lang s hands in the leadership fight. Napoleon s Home to be restored London saturday. The French society is restoring Napoleon s House . Helena. An architect and two skilled workmen Are expected to take three months to Complete the work. Recently discovered Napoleonic relics including a desk which the Empe ror worked in exile form toe nucleus of a museum housed in one of Napo Leon s rooms. notices Golden weddings 6oboghan Brennan. On no Emic 26. 1883 us. John and Paul Church Tarlee. By the Rev. So began. Ellen second Daugh Ter of the late n. And b Soroghan of Savaii to John eldest son of the mite m. And b Brennan. Of Katundi. Present address 11 Ethel Street. Forestville. Deaths baked on november 25, a. Adelaide Edward Joseph Baker of 104 Hewitt Avenue. Yourak. Aged 53 year. Berry. On november 25, his late Resi Dence. Princess Square Beverly Herbert Berry. Aged 88 years. Peacefully sleeping. A Taxt. George Bowler Bryant Lite of Moonta. Aged 73 Yeara. Suddenly. Delamere. On november 25, the Resi Dence of her daughter mrs. Smith Marion Road Cowam Lla. Annie relict of Frank har court Delamere. Late of broken Hill. Aged 70 years. Hall. On november 25, the residence of her Niece mrs w. Walling 15 Nelson Street. City Maria Caroline widow of the late Thomas William Hall. Aged 77 years. H1lbur. On november 25, 28 Shelley Street Pirle Lydia relict of George Hilburn and Loving Mother of George and Caroline he Burn. Mrs. L. Cook and mrs. L. S. Stodden. Aged 81 years. Langbell. On november 24, Henley Beach Charles dearly beloved husband of Emma Margaret Langbell and Loving father of Roy. Jim. Fred and Daisy. In his Seventieth year. Piggott. On november 25, his residence s3 Nui Gana Avenue. King s Park Charles loved los band of Harriett Ada Piggott. A de 63 years. ? ? funeral notices ? Aker. The Frienda of the late or. De waru Josefh Bakk Are respectfully informed that his funeral will leave his late be Luence 104 Hewitt Avenue Toorak on Sun Day 2 . For the West Terrace cemetery i Noal undertaker 200 Parade Norwood 5109 63 Urey Road Unley i 2910. ? Erry. The friends of the late or. Her Bert Berry Are respectfully informed that his funeral will leave his late residence Princess Square Beverley on sunday 2.30 bin for the Cheltenham cemetery. F. T. Elliott & sons undertakers phone l 4 j7t-. Port Road. Hindmarsh. Albekt tent no. 5, . Members Are a requested to attend the funeral of our late Secretary Bro. Berry Cheltenham Gate 2.45 sunday november 2fi. A. A. Rae Secretary. ? Bryant. The friends of the late George Bowler Bryant Are respectfully in formed that Bis remains will leave four och Avenue. Unley. On sunday november 26. Ai pm. For the West Terrace cemetery. ? p. T. Learmond Moonta. ? chadw1ck. The friends of the late or. Edard Chapwick Are respectfully in formed that his funeral will leave the a Fiji thence of his son in Law. Or. C. L. Bentley Joc Magill Road. Beulah Park 2.30 . Of monday for the cemetery. John Mcgowan. Undertaker. 162 commercial Road port Adelaide 216 meat Street. I Aras. Phone y 6006. Funeral notice Delamere. The Frienda of the late mrs. A Annie Delamere Are respectfully in formed that her funeral will leave the Resi Dence of her daughter mrs. J. Smith Marion Road Cowand Llla. On sunday 2 pjn., for the West Terrace cemetery. Oliver Bay Mont. Undertaker phone u 5869. 68 Marlon Street. Unley. Hall. The friends of the late mrs. Maria choline Hall Are respectfully in formed that her funeral will leave Hie Resi Dence of her Niece mrs. W. Watling. 15 Nel son Street. City on sunday 3.30 pjn., for the West Terrace cemetery b. T. Wallman & son undertakers 212 Pulteney ., City. C 769 Goodwood re. Mills Wood 68 Carlisle ., Westbourne Prak. Hilburn. Hie friends of the late Holburn Are respectfully informed that her funeral will leave the residence of her daughter miss c. Hilburn. 28 Shelley Street Firle on monday 4 pin. For the North Road cemetery. P. Be Cornu. Undertaker o Connell Street North Adelaide Central 313, after Boms Prospect Road Prospect. M 2368 or m 2743, u 3566. friends of the late Langbein Are respectfully informed that his funeral will leave Bis late residence. No. 82 East Terrace Henley Beach 1.30 . On sunday for the inner Brackie cemetery. Woods de arriving 3.30. Templer & son undertaker. Phone 6. Woods de. Do Gabd. The friends of the late mrs. J be Rebecca Linnard late of Hind Marsh Are respectfully informed that her funeral will leave the residence of or. Albert Piller. Second Street. Brompton Park on Mon Day 2 ., for the Hindmarsh cemetery. F. T. Elliott & son. Undertakers phone l 4790. Port Road Hindmarsh. friends of the late or. Charles Piggott Are informed that his funeral is appointed to leave his Resi Dence 2s Nicana Avenue. King s Park on sunday 3.30 pin for the Mitcham general cemetery. Jarvis. Son & Mildred funeral i rec tors ? Kingswood Hyde Park and Malvern. Phones u 2377 and 1332. Holdfast Lodge no. 30.brethren Are respectfully informed that the remains of worshipful brother Charles Piggott will be removed from his late Resi Jadence. Niayana Avenue. Kind s Park on Sun Ida y. 3.30 . For the Mitcham general cemetery. Hardinge s exclusive wreaths 115gawler i. C 4968. After hours. U 4896 shop open sundays. 10 to 11 . I late advertisements a real Tennis bargain 1 Slazenger Racket lates Complete with press cover grip and eyes de. All new Stock 29/ Complete Lovely bathing Gap from 9d. Each. Cycles tyres gun i need. From 3/ a i. Reflectors 3d., Hells 1/. Pumps 1/11. Hundreds of Quality bargains. 1 Moynham. Bank Street. Adelaide c i2s watch for our bathing display Lieo. Published . Flat 3 rooms quiet re i i nned Home 17 Devonshire Street. Haw Thorn. Boy Hurt while chopping Wood while chopping Wood in the Back part of his Home in George court City to Day James Sutton aged 15, sustained concussion and severe lacerations to the forehead when the axe struck him on the head. He was chopping near a clothes line when the axe became entangled in the line and came Down on his head. He was admitted to the Adelaide Hospital. New fad in London necklaces clothes pegs on window Cord nails used too any woman who has a piece of string a clothes Peg or a curtain ring can now be in the height of fashion. All she has to do is to Wear the string round her neck clip the Peg or curtain ring on to and Call a necklace. She will be in line with some of the smartest women in London and Paris according to miss Cecily Clarence a Trout ered passenger in the Nark Tinda. Which berthed the outer Harbor today on its Way from London to Sydney. Miss Clarence who is travelling with her Mother was born in Australia but her Home is now in England. Never have necklaces been so quaint a they Are today Ehe said As she prom miss c. Clarence wearing her dungarees. L dungarees. Ended the Nar Kunda decks in dark Blue dungarees another fashion vagary. Window Cord is greatly used for the body of the necklace. is worn in a Circle round the neck and either a brass curtain ring is slipped on to or a clothes Peg attached to . A Large Nail Migir. Also be added with advantage. Clothes pegs Are popular millinery touches this be Ieon they Are clipped into the brim of the hat. I saw one girl in London wearing an Ordinary dog Collar round her neck buckle and All no skirted bathers i miss Clarence has a dog Collar necklace a her travelling gear which she will Wear in Sydney. She Lias worn a suit of dark Blue dungarees throughout the voyage. The front has a bib effect and the leu. A a Cut wide and Loose. With goes a i Ianni a snort sleeved shirt of dark Blue Cotton mesh. I Bat Liing suite Are scan tier than Ever. I 1 found that was literally impossible to buy a skirted bathing suit in Cannes the shops stocked nothing but one piece suits Lor women. Neaily All the men on the beaches wore trunks Only and no Ajjie took any notice of them. . Degree for . Cleric s son the Kev. H. Ric Baier. Of he i Ark hits been informed that youngest son. X. T. Hai Maniord Schafer passed the final examination Lor the of the Royal College of surgeons tag and. Or. Hannaford Schalor. Although Only 27 years of age. In Al of i Menit a of the Royal College of surgeons. England. To licentiate of the Royal College of physicians. London and a Hach Olor of medi and Bachelor of surgery of the Mel Bourne University. He int wis taking a Jmst a radiate course the University of Liverpool to obtain his Mailer of surgery degree in orthopaedics. Reunion of Peterborough residents in the botanic gardens a gamer residents of Peterborough met this afternoon in the botanic Garden. A group photographed on ens of the rustic Bridges Over the Creek which runs through the gardens. ? ? silents Ter Borough r Over ? ? More taxation to Aid wheat growers methods of raising Relief contentious the Federal government had a turbulent time in fixing the amount of Relief to be Given to Necess Itous wheat growers �3,000,000, and in deciding the method by which the Grant should be distributed. Some of its suggested methods of financing the Grant the re imposition and increase of some taxes will cause even greater hostility the flour tax of �4 5/ a ton decided on by the government will return �1,600,000, and an increase of 6d. A 1b. In the duty on All smoking tobacco except that used for cigarettes is estimated to yield �130,000. Now special consideration is to be Given to the re imposition of portion of the recently remitted land tax As one of the methods to provide the remaining �1470,000 of the Grant. Representatives of the pastoral Industry Rea estate men and taxpayers condemned the land tax proposal today referring co As retrograde and iniquitous. in certain that a Strong protest will be sent from this state if the Federal government act on the lines indicated. Reasons for move has been put to the government that the Phenomena Rise in Wool prices makes when growers More entitled to Relief than pastoralist. Another consideration is that a Large proportion of land tax is paid by City property holders who should be prepared to assist in keeping wheat growers on the land. Other forms of taxation which has been suggested should contribute toward the required amount Are super tax on pro Perty income the personal exertion tax and even company tax. Arguments against these however Are that the recent reductions were made to enable a reduction in interest rates to Industry. would be a most iniquitous thing if the Federal government were to re impose even a portion of the �400,000 remitted from land tax said the president of the Stock owners association or. W. G. Hawf Ces this afternoon. would be very disappointing to those of us who thought that the reductions made in the last budget were the beginning of the total abolition of the tax for which we have been striving for years. The president of the taxpayers association or. G. Sunter said that would be a terrible disappointment to have the land tax concessions taken away again. is Safe to assume that the re imposition of the tax would not be effected without a spirited protest from his association. Bitter hardship property owners have borne the Broni of things for some considerable time and would be a bitter hardship if the Fede ral government were to reimpose even a portion of the tax thu Tini said the president of the real estate Institute or. A. L. Dawe. % would be much better for Industry generally especially in making tilings bet Ter for the unemployed if the burdens of property owners were lightened instead if increased. The talk about Wool prices is a very poor argument As pastoralist form Only a Small proportion of land owners the news of the increase tobacco duty came As a big Surprise to the Industry. Head offices of the principal wholesale tobacco companies Are in Melbourne but representatives would not comment today. Adelaide tobacco traders Are in the dark about the proposals. The president of the retail tobacco Sellers association or. E. Burine said that local prices would not be altered until official intimation of the increase was received. The impost will represent a. On a 2-oz. Tin of tobacco and is regarded As Likely that lines of tobacco now sold 1/9 will be increased in re Tail shops to 1/10. Tea merchants in Adelaide declare that a further increase in the Price of Tea is imminent but from Canberra is stated that there is a Strong probability that portion of the duty will be reimposed unless the government is conv used that a genuine Effort has been made to pass on the reductions made in the budget. Increases on Tea an increase of id. To 2d. In. Is forecast in Adelaide. Important influences on Tea prices were set out by one merchant today As 25 per cent Exchange 3d. La. Duty equal to another 25 per cent and a 5 per cent sales tax. He added that the Cost of Tea overseas had risen from 8d. To my la. On some grades in the past 10 months. Big australian blenders were working on stocks bought the old cheaper rate. When these were exhausted prices would have to be raised. Federal action will not be taken until a thorough investigation has been made by departmental officers. If decided upon will be additional to the proposals to be adopted to raise the �1,270,000. Other Tariff sources Are being examined and a few increases on existing duties will probably be made although fewer than originally intended. Or. C. A. S. Hawker m.h.r., who re turned from Canberra today expressed disappointment the government s offer m �3,000,000. He will Confer with the Premier or. Butler and representatives wheat growers on the action to be taken a have the amount increased. 18 shells fired in gun test no. 2 gun ready to fire sir hoist Pip. No. 2 gun fire then a red Tongue of flame shot from the Mouth of a 6-in. Gun. Accompanied by an ear splitting Roar the 100-lb. Shell screeched its Way Over the for 5.000 Yards and thudded with a great splash into the water. In this manner 18 shells were fired in special calibration tests fort Largs this afternoon. If desert Sand had replaced the the scene might have been lifted from a Story of the foreign legion. There was the Low. Open fort in the san Hills the gunners in Slacks and singlets red Anil Blue flags the Bright red facings of the artillery and Garrison uniforms and the matter of fact Kliski. Many visitors the Novelty and Romance of gunnery firing attracted scores of visitors include ing pretty girls and Young children to the fort. They were accommodated a Safe distance behind the two guns on the roof of the Barracks. Capt. A. G. Wilson was in charge of the practice. was his duty to order the hoisting of the Pip a Blue Flag with a White Pip which signified that a Shell was about to be fired and to give the order to fire. Throughout the practice a red bag flew from the fort Flagstaff to warn shipping was lowered to half Mast when the 18 shells had been fired. Lieut. J. Maclan Ehlin was the gun position officer for the Day and Lieut. E. G. Searles was Section commander. Distances noted there were 13 in each Eun Crew Volun Teer men attached to the australian Gar Rison artillery and observers were stationed semaphore and outer Harbor to note where each Shell fell. Of that the distances fired could be accurately traipsed As the coins roared out every four or five minutes some of the More timid Suec tutors Clai ined their hands Over their ears and shut their Eves. War Votoras. Who had been through four Vears of i i France stood Cah nov by. A if Only a dons run ha gone off. Householders living near the fort for their windows Onen for Trio att Rno i a save breakages from Eoin Mission. But no damage was reported. Christian endeavour Union hike Blackwood some of the Happ hikers Riiho Tient on the Christian Endeavor Union hike a i today grouped around the engine of their train before left Adelaide station me e Riiho Tient hike ill Kii Tux engine of before left society s Best first night o Brien girl for Charity Happy Choice on Many grounds the performance of the o Brien girl the theatre Royal tonight was the beet first night that the South australian operatic Sci a has had. The theatre was crowded a prac tical tribute to the six years work of the society for Charity and the 10 years old musical comedy went As merrily As a marriage Bell. In the audience were the governor sir Alexander Hore Ruthven and lady Hore Riith Ven accompanied by capt. C. H. Williamson. A.d.c., and or. Legh Winser private Secretary. In the orchestra pit was a Well drilled musical unit directed by or. Harold Broadbent and on the stage were All the old favourites of the South australian operatic society most of whom have been with the company since its inauguration in 1928. They have retained their Amateur enthusiasm and glossed Over with a professional polish. Familiar music the o Brien girl was perhaps the happiest production Choice that the society has made. Having Only two acts and two changes of scenery does not present too Many backstage difficulties. Its plot is simple and allows for the introduction of one exceptionally pretty girl Alice o Brien and several very pretty girls As choruses ballets society women Indian squaws and four leaved clovers. is about a typist who spends 800 Dol Lars �160 Par on a glorious 10 Days burst of frocks and country clubs. The music has a familiar lilt to and does not tax the society s singers in duly although in such members As Mostyn Skinner and Iris Hart the o Brien girl has singers capable of handling any musical comedy score. The o Brien girl has seen some 10 Summers and probably Many More Wei Ter but is by no Means antique As musical comedies go. And the principal comedian of the piece. Jack Ham. Has added a Brace of Ultra modern lyrics to three recalls As Humphrey Drexel or. Ham gave one of the most subdued and effective pieces of merrymaking of Bis career. He received three recalls for his own Lyric i ought to do something about which was set to music by Harold Broadbent who also wrote 1 love you delightfully Eung by Mostyn Skinner and delightfully Szuc by Mostyn Eiki uner and Naa to Call on the prompter. Iris Hart Sang and spoke with a wide eyed and appealing freshness a Viviet George a Slimmer corned Enne than of More mothered miss la Dingworth with an a Motherly twinkle in her eyes Jack Prider was nicely ingenuous As the Juve Nile Lead and Cedric Trigg Phyllis was Ley Irene Tucker Lloyd Taylor. And Wini Fred Lavis All worked Well. Ray Walsh s production was conscientious As Ever but Sonie Oue seems to have Given the characters too Many stage directions. Their crossing and re crossing be came a trifle wearying. English captains9 decision on rules raises problems much dependent on Marylebone meeting three alternatives faced As a result of the decision of the captains of English county elevens not to agree to any alteration in the Laws of Cricket to combat fast leg theory a new lease of life has been Given to the body line Bowling controversy. The captains said that they would discount Nance any form of Bowling constituting a direct attack upon a batsman in Australia is thought that there is still a possibility that a team May not visit England next year. Much depends on the result of the meeting of the Marylebone Cricket club to be held on december 11. Australians watch by the mall Cricket writer Cricket enthusiasts in England and Australia will watch the developments in the body line Bowling controversy with added interest for the next few weeks. The position is fraught with possibilities the main one being that there May be still a bar to the australian team going to England next year. is not Likely present that such a position will Arke but the arrangements will stand or fall on the decision of the . its meeting on december 11. The Deere Ion of the county captains in England leaves the main question still in the air but the same time mu9t be taken As a condemnation of the tactics employed by Jardine in the last series of three alternatives will face the . When meets to consider the last Cable trom the australian Board of control. In this the Board told the . Plainly that the team would be sent to England on the Assumption that an Assurance Fil been Given that the players would not be subjected to Bod line Bowling. The alternatives facing the . Are could Tell the Board that its interpretation of the . Cable was a Correct one. could say that no Assurance was Given. If could remain silent on the matter must be obvious that the Board de sires to receive a reply stations its interpretation of the fable was the Correct one. If the . Remains silent this would be taken As a tacit Acari essence with the request of the Board. On the other hand if the . Re plies that no Assurance was contained i the Cable then must be obvious also that no team will leave Australia next Vear. Cricket followers throughout Australia Realise that the . Is Facine a very difficult problem. is Clear that a de 6jre to refrain from an open condemns Tion of Jardine lies behind the Nemuti tons. To far on the Nart of the . Yet Australia is entitled to Home thins More than a gentleman s agreement on a matter that has stirred the two constr ?1 the came is greater than the individual and this aspect might count when the . Meets on december 11. The Board of control took a Strong stand on the body line question and would be a Well for the game if the . Were to follow Euit. The time has arrived for Plain speaking and would be As Well if the whole question was settled one Way or the other before the end of the year. Sow England views ? \ London a i Day. Or. Southerton editor of Wisden s Al Rinket annual writing in the York Shire Post says that the captains Deci Sion leaves fast leg theory Eom Whit in the air. The question now bristles with tar More difficulties than Ever. Everyone agrees that an alteration in the Law is undesirable although they Are convinced that a direct attack on a batsman is against the spirit of the game. But who can decide if a Bowler is attacking the batsman is a question of opinion in fact umpires might differ As widely As the oppo Iri captains. Moreover there is no objection to leg theory adopted by slow and medium phoned bowlers but the Captain of the Field Inz Side might argue that a Bowler is medium paced and the Ca Taiti of the batting Side hold definitely that he k fast. If Jardine and Larwood play in the next tests who can believe that they will de clone to pursue tact is which Tey con Eider legitimate especially As Jardine showed Manchester that he was Able to Deal with . 1 am afraid that the whole question is out of hand says or. Southerton. Spectators might easily see the import to Pate spectacle of Woodfull leading off Hie team. Everyone Hopes that Australia will raise no further objections during their visit to England and that there will be an adherence to the decision to eliminate a form of attack that is objectionable to players and spectators the daily Mirror describes the pronouncement of the meeting As a downright condemnation of Jardine s tactics but emphasises that is not an official Marylebone statement to which has to go for approval. Only course is still open to Marylebone to throw out. Indeed that seems the Only course otherwise Means the highly damaging admission that Jardine behaved in an unsportsmanlike manner. Australia will naturally be jubilant because the meeting s pronouncement justifies All the harsh things said about leg theory and will be accepted As England s repudiation of this form of attack. The newspaper adds that Marylebone Wil have to do a lot of hard thinking before december 11, when considers the last australian Cable. P. G. H. Fender writing in the even Inge news doubts whether the commit tees decision has altered conditions a has left body line practically untouched. Future head of . In Adelaide or. C. W. Atkinson who has been appointed principal of the ? methodist ladies College arrived in Adelaide to preach the ninety fourth anniversary services of the Archer Street methodist Church tomorrow. He is the immediately past president of the victorian method conference and upon the death of or. W. I Fitchett he took charge of ., Melbourne for about nine months. I will Endeavor to maintain the Best traditions of ., which grands High in the educational world he said. Dur ing the past few years some Ollie theories of education have been shattered is now common to regard the school period of a child s life a an Inte Tirral period of the whole life process wit ii which special and Peculiar implications for the later periods. To select the finest features of later theories and fit them to the practical realities of school life is the task of the school master or. Atkinson will take up Hig duties . Early next year. Three men Hurt in Melbourne Street accidents Melbourne saturday. Ernest con Jilk a de 38, of Brunswick was admitted to Melbourne Hospital tonight suffering from a compound fracture of the Skull and & dislocated knee. He was injured when the motor Cycle he was Riding collided with another motor Cycle in College Road Carlton. Jack Mcmahon 40, of West John was admitted to the came Hospital this afternoon. He has a fractured base of the Skull. Mcilhon fell from a bu6 in Queen Street West Coburg and his Condi Tion is serious. Keri Bald Westwood 12, of South Yarra was seriously injured this afternoon when he crashed head on into a Telegraph us near the botanic gardens. He a i rid im5? by Cycle he w As admitted to the children s Hospital suffering from l nac tured Skull cerebral Haemorrhage and Shock and is m a very Low condition. Fireman killed y Melbourne saturday. When a car overturned through a Tyre by Mauiu on the Ararat Hamilton Road today one Man was killed and two seriously injured. The Accident occurred 10 Miles from Hamilton where the men who ver Mem Bers of the Wilaura fire . Were a participate in a fire brigade s display. Man s narrow escape John Lindsay of Prospect had a oar Row escape from injury Todrus when the motor Cycle he was Riding collided with a motor car the Corner of Beatrice Street and the lower North Road. Prospect. Lindsay was Flung into the Gutter and the Cycle finished beneath the fruit por Tion of the car. The car Iva driven by Stilton e. Atkins of dry Creek. Car damaged by fire mount Gambier saturday. In successful efforts were made to in a motor car which caught fire in a Garatie m Percy Street. The car which a owned by or. H. D. Mosman. Mam. The commercial Bank no co. Was dam i2?.j to the extent of �100. Or. S. T. Davis who tried to save he ses s1iefct Bairn and had his hair woman burned miss Jennie Kaynes. Xcvi .1=� of Pirk ? Frt-s1 1 1T Wijs Dpi Rev to re Ladwid. Hospital this an noon Uffer i Oxton Sive Burns Austo Chi i h in Copper. Severe head injuries Hou in i ,-., i ,. A today. Konarli ,.v. I ii a a if Man Tiff. ,.t i ,.a pro.-.-i. A rial . ,., i Juri 1ho i to children s Hospital

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