Adelaide Mail in Adelaide, South-Australia
25 Nov 1933

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25 Nov 1933

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Adelaide Mail (Newspaper) - November 25, 1933, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia Europe wearying of old malady All nations Hope for disarmament striking statements of British attitude Geneva work to continue mail special representative London. Saturday. A striking statement of Britain s policy towards Dis armament was made in the commons yesterday the foreign Secretary sir John Simon. He declared that Britain would continue to work for peace through the disarmament conference and the league of nations. Every Effort would made to secure Germany s cooperation. Or. Eden this was supplemented in a speech at Warwickshire last night the under Secre tary for foreign affairs or. Ede who said the disarmament situation was such that greater Energy than Ever must exerted to carry through the work of the con Ference. The world simply could not afford to contemplate a race in armaments which i must the outcome of a failure at Geneva. I the times in a leading article claims ? that Herr Hitler s recent peace declarations combined with French and italian assurances revealed sir John Simon s speech show that Europe is wearying of the old malady of malicious Joy at others misfortunes and envy of their successes. Today they wish one another Well. Why then Arm against one another but the question brings a Sharp reminder that agreement on principle and procedure is still much easier than an agreement in substance and detail. German co operation needed sir John Simon summed up British policy As follows i the adjournment of the Geneva con ? Ference did not mean the adjournment of work for disarm ment. It meant the opposite. The British government intended that this period of suspension should devoted without delay and without intermission to an Exchange of views Between individual governments to prepare the ground on which the conference could resume its work ground which at present had been so fatally interfered with Germany s withdrawal. How those exchanges of views could Best conducted must depend on Circum stances. In the first instance tha. British government considered that those exchanges should conducted thro Iirth diplomatic channels in the form of bilateral conversations. Britain welcomed the Assurance of Herr Hitler that Germany s one desire is for peace and that she has no aggressive design. He Hope that As the outcome of the Exchange of views about to undertaken. It would found possible to translate Herr Hitler s assurances into Concrete shape. Referring to the importance which the question of procedure had acquired since Germany s withdrawal. Sir John said there was one View which had been expressed in Britain and was also entertained in i some quarters abroad. This was that notwithstanding Germany s withdrawal the conference should to on As if nothing had happened with a View to framing a convention which should then tendered to any Absentee nation with an invitation or demand that it should sign. I driving in the Iron apart from the practicability of that procedure which could car Ripe out Only if it were reasonably Eure that every state would agree he questioned the wis Dom of such an attitude. He could imagine nothing More Likely to drive the Iron into Germany s soul j than to suggest that Germany s withdrawal made do difference and for Thi other nations to formulate a document and request Germany to Sipi on the dotted line. The object was to attain general agree ment and the Only Way to reach it was negotiation and not a method of shots at Lone Range. Germany was not a target for dictation. She was a Partri in the discussions. I sir John referred to a speech Hen Hitler before the German elections and to a More recent interview with him in a French newspaper which called for the most considered examination All seeking peace and reconciliation. So when they came to consider an immediate course to pursue at Geneva it appeared that there might Good Rea on for providing a period in which j parallel and supplementary efforts might made. J of course if those who put Forward j hat sort of suggestion had at the Back f their minds the abandonment of efforts at the a rearmament conference itself the British government would have nothing to do with it. Tribute to Italy he wished to acknowledge that Italy had made a most valuable contribution to wards an agreement. While was at Geneva the italian government authorised its representatives to explain that Italy was not seeking the discord mutation of the conference but was a Xii us to co operate with the other nations in what Ever line of procedure turned out to Best. In the same Way it was made Clear that the French government would not assume a rigid position but was eager for a procedure which could so shaped As to prod1 -9 the Best results in the least Fossil. Line. The French representatives were As insistent As the British that the conference should kept in being. But an had made it Plain to the French government that if it could see its Way to enter into closer communication with the German government it would have Britain s Complete Goodwill. The British Cabinet had also indicated to the German government that it had noted the declarations recently made Herr Hitler and other German statesmen and that the whole of British influence would used to bring about a spirit 01 co operation instead of keeping Germany at -1 distance. Reason for anxiety j after having stressed the need for greater Energy in the work of the Dis j armament conference. Or. Eden in his Warwickshire speech said that those who believed in the use of the league of nations for a settlement of International Dis Putes had even greater reason for anxiety they could not Blind themselves to the fact that if the arms conference failed the league system would sus Tain a Shock of exceeding severity. The very difficulties which had to met because of the course of events in j recent years had served further to con j vice Bim of the vital used for a Strong and truly representative league of nations. Support of the league wag today and he trusted it would always a Cardinal feature of British foreign j policy. J Berlin pleased j bar Len saturday. Reports 01 sir Lohn Simon s speech were bet lived than usual. Although the speech is Loo utopian in part say Crit. St Hows a better understand Iii of Germany i Suie Cialli the indication that Britain abandon her fruitless role of intermediary Aud encourage Franco Jerigan direct .t.0 nations which Are essential before a fur ther meeting of the Powers. Or he Penni to is offering � 2.i h for satisfactory of of that the so called set Rel a of Cumont published the French paper. A Phil that Lorna i Vicic it abroad had been instructed to work i a disruption of Friendly a Lati pm. Be tween France and Britain were eally St tied i German department. He insist on the production of the ? Timinal documents Tor 3ihmiio-.i t i committee of three political h i Rian Iii dividing one to nominated French journalists. Parma sighted at sea sailing near Equator ? Mali special representative , Samruay. Pm h 1 a plug men were glad to hear that the finnish a j four masted barque Parma bound for South Australia to Load wheat had a been sighted Steamer near the Equator on november Lei. This news dispelled fears that the vessel might have been lost off the English coast daring Tierce storms Early in october. Three weeks ago the body of a sea Man wearing a Parma Liebelt was found on the French coast near Dean Ville. The Steamer Velona Star of the Blue Star line has reached London from South America with a cargo of chilled meat. Her master reported that he is t called the Parma 450 Miles North East of Brazil. In ballast the Parma had not been lighted or spoken since she left London in ballast on october 4 for port Victoria. Her agents discounted the theories that she might have foundered and said they believed that the Sailor had been swept Over Board in bad weather. Underwriters at Lloyd s yesterday said that they did not expect to hear of the Parma until she reached South Australia perhaps 100 Days hence. The daily mail recalls that girl apprentices were aboard her last trip which was regarded As unlucky. This trip the barque carried a White Rabbit which was Tao unlucky. Before sailing one of the ship s life boats crashed on the boiler Hoube. And eat dip steam drenched some members of the Crew. Last season the Parma won the wheat race to Britain from port Victoria in 83 Days. Crosby. Mann & co. Are her Ade Laide Nesren Toj Irish fliers for big race to Australia Dublin saturday. The Irish free state is practically certain to a competitor in the Melbourne Centenary air race to Australia. Gap. J. P. Saul is reported to have accepted an invitation to participate Afi has col. Jamee Fitz Maurice. Who flew across the Atlantic in april 1928, with the germans capt Koehl and Baron von Huenfeld. Coi. Fitzmaurice and the two Germar fliers in the monoplane Bremen made the first non Stop North Atlantic Aero plan flight from East to West. The flew 2.300 Miles from Ireland to Labra Dor. Col. Fitzmaurice was then Chie of t a free state air Force another Adelaide Sydney Melbourne remarkably cheap Holiday following on the recent successful Moto tour to Sydney and Melbourne Bastia a s motor Tours announce their intention of conducting a further interstate tour Cancu lated to occupy 19 Days. There Are few motor Tours which could offer such a div Ereita of Scenic Beauty pleasant travel and every Comfort As the itinerary which has been selected for the j trip 60 comprehensive is it that it wit embrace every Point of interest on december 30 a luxurious parlor coach will leave Adelaide for Sydney via Ren ? Mark. Mildura. Balranald Hay. Ragga. Narrandera. Gundagai and then to can Berra. Special arrangements have Beer made to show tourists through parliament House. After leaving Canberra the part will proceed to Goulburn Zenolan caves and Katoomba. Trips will made in an around Katoomba and then move on to Sydney through the a glorious Mountain roads. Sydney Harbor Bridge another one of the non some views which tourists will have. Nother nusome Ai in Sydney on the seventh Day. Visits will made to Manly Beach and Toronza Park and on the ninth Day to Bondi and Cooee beaches. The tenth Lay will lie free. On the Foll Trine Day the whole time will occupied with a trip on the Sydney Harbor. The twelfth Day Wil also free. The tour will then Advance to Nar Ooma. Travelling via bul ii pass and South coast then on through Beera. Eden and Cann River Orbost lakes Entrance. Sale and Yal Louro. And then Melbourne in time for lunch on the sixteenth Day. On the Road showing a Section of Bulli pass. The the next Day the party will travel Al ii the glorious coast Road to mount Gambier. Fhe Blue Lake will visited on the Way to Robe and then to Adelaide arriving it 4.30 . And so the 19 Days Are happily spent 01. A tour where every detail for the Comfort and enjoyment of passengers has Bee studied. The fare is Only �29 10/. Which includes travel accommodation. Sydne Harbor trip inspection of caves Etc. Or if travel Only is required the amount is �17 10/. Reservations Are now being made and in View of the wonderful opportunities thai this tour offers it will advisable to Book Early. For further Corii Inui Ai with h. Bastin. 12 Gordon Street. Kil Kenny. M 7276, or m.t.t.a., the Grosvenor. North Terrace. Central 767g. Bastin s motor Tours rupture a free Triau it Yea u troubled with the complaint write at Tim we will tend you out a Logue. Fully ascribing oat Patent air Cushion appliance. This a pliable do Way with All Cumber Tomc print it. Giving a feel Tiff of ease and Comfort from Trie first Day i me. It n the Molt client Iii appliance yet i dented for this complaint. 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Smith gave the anti inflation sentiment a great boost when in a Speer a fore the new York chamber of com Merce he launched a violent attack against president Roosevelt s baloney Money he declared that what a needed in the United states was absolute dependability in Money standards. That is the Only Way to restore Public Confidence which has been undermined Washington s latest fiscal moves said or. Al. Smith or Smith. In the absence of definitely known to better i am for a return to the Gold Standard to Gold Dol j Lars not baloney Dollare. To experience not Experiment. ? i do not believe the democratic party is fated always to a party of Green backs or other paper Money printers free Silver advocates or rubber Dollar manufacturers. We Are told that there is a new theory of government abroad it is a theory that the executives do not know a minute in Advance what signal they will Call next. They determine the moves on the basis of hunches. What the people really need today is what the Bible centuries ago described a the Shadow of a great Rock in Wear land. Some people Are will no to turn 130 Mil lion americans into Guinea pigs for experimentation purposes he concluded. Faith in president but most average americans still have great Faith personally in president Roose velt they Are sanguine that he is adroit Eno Urh to sidestep trouble if he finds himself moving in the wrong direction. I what helps is that everyone believes j the country is in far better shape than it was 10 months ago. And that the world s condition generally is improving. Every where you hear business is better in the Angel of peace in a tight Corner. In proving right along whether that is based on figures or merely psychology to me will Tell. Gen. Johnson hits out Gen Johnson administrator 01 Xira is visiting president Roosevelt in Georgia took the occasion to prophecy that or Henry Ford would yet fill in line with the Nira codes. In a speech to a monster mass 111 Atlanta he hurled invective at a i Street. How can we expect fairness from people whose staff of life is foul practice he thundered. Then. The erring to the codes he shouted the president does not want dictatorships. He wants Industrial self government collision Between bus and motor car port Pirie saturday several people had narrow escapes from serious injury in a collision on the Terrace near the children s playground last night. A heavy bus driven or. A. V. Picker ing of a Olomon town and a car driven or. J. Hannan of the Hundred 01 Pirie were involved. Or. Hannan s left hand was slightly Cut. Miss l. Hunan and or. J. L. Han Nan were passenger in the car. There were no passengers in the bus. Acid stomachs cause gastritis scientist tells How to neutralise the acidity Aci i says i High authority Iii Tate a tie delicate lining of the and if untie cod. Will inti Aine Tho a my okie an extent that , r to. And even St Oinah aka is ultimate v result. 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The ministry s rat department is not to blame because of its Lack of fund. The pest could have been eradicated in 1929 at a Cost of �3,000 it would now Ost five million pounds because every county in Britain had been invaded the Musk rat which can swim 35 Miles a Day against a Strong current. Experts advise studying the methods employed in Germany where 100.000 thu skate Are caught annually Gas cart ridges and traps. The Muskrat is a aquatic rodent a native of North America which emits a Miky secretion. It is larger than the Ordinary rat Pearce not entitled to sculls title Vancouver. Saturday. Bouby Pearce. Tho australian oarsman who Defeated Ted j helps britain1 for the world s professional sculling Oham ,-�i-�cl.i.-. Tort it in ill noun Ceil t Dav that he had been notified the Brilis sculling Board of control that h. A not the recognised exam Nion. Tie reason Iriven was because the Toronto Rae was no Sta a id under conditions approved the Board. The Iniard claimed that Pearce had not posted Kkt Deposit and that the conditions of the Rac i were not inn roved. And miso that the referee was not named the Board. Toni Psia Tilv on receipt of the letter Pearce that lie to ready to moot nov Sci Der named he the Board on rho riia Itkov at nov Ili Stanco. Rili plus is \ to i ims Waterman but nov Fol no match Tor the Ani train 01 at Toni Iii a it in i a from the.irt. And ii in i Trio ?iiiti2 line 1 min. Be. Ahead of Phelps. Var it s time was Mill. J s-5 fsr of. One of the three ? Timile tips a ver made in 3

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