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Adelaide Mail (Newspaper) - November 25, 1933, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia to my m in rid of there is Only oni a w 0000- 00 a avoid traders who pass off 4 glasses to the bottle by Fol a economical also in concentrated strength la Gaill delicious so drinks to the bottle a a he Ulii Tubi Maul rub obtainable from All grocer confectioners c hotels. Sole makers of ltd.?. St. Francis a veer s Cathedral visitors to Melbourne Patron Al feast Celebration j tie news999 series of sermons by Rev. Wilfred Ryan so. And subject the living Church the mail wednesday november 29th, at 7.30 . The Aims of the out tech has it tailed to secure them can be procured from thursday november 30th, at 7.30 . The claims to the Rel Rob Aee the Lefex Silb my gilts new Agency Friday december 1st, at 7.30 pin. 170 Elizabeth Street the Huttt to the cd Ucb Cav it meet the dangers that tbbea3en it7 1 sunday december 3rd, at 7 . 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Urw151 remedy of a London doctor have of u v to Otto to seen doing Good for pain a of ? a a to i District Council amalgamations reviewed great Economy in costs of local government number of councils has been reduced by 28 Swan reach As example by a special correspondent under the local government areas rearrangement act a commission was appointed to enquire among other things whether to secure greater efficiency and Economy in the performance of the functions of local governing bodies it is desirable that any alterations in existing areas should be made and if so what alterations the commission with the parliamentary craftsman or. Bean As chairman has tackled its unenviable task with exceptional tact and ability and on its recommendations the number of District councils has been gradually reduced from 196 to 168, a total decrease of 28 districts and the enquiries of the commission Are still proceeding. Naturally most District councils whose partial or total extinction has been threatened have fought against any change in their administration but now that the newly constituted areas have been in operation for some time it will be admitted by unbiased observers that greater efficiency and Economy has been secured by the amalgamation of districts As recommended by the Royal commission. The auditor general in his report for 1933 bears out this statement when on Page 91 he states these amalgamations have been the Means of an improved method of keeping records and accounts generally besides effecting Economy in the Cost of administration a most interesting feature which Hasi been revealed by the amalgamation of districts is that although the greater portion of a District May have been severed from its Parent body yet the remaining portion no matter How Smallin still recognised As the original District and is responsible a such for All liabilities of the Parent body. It in entitled to receive ail Money such As arrears of rates which May be due to such District by landowners and others whose Ward May be attached to another Council. I similarly the last remaining portion of any District is entitled to die absolute Possession of All assets including Plant buildings and reserves which had been vested in the Parent body. It will be realised then that those districts which have had attached to them a portion of any other District not being the last remaining portion Are entitled Only to such Revenue As May become due to them sub sequent to the amalgamation. 140,000 acres added a Fine example of the work of the Royal commission is that of the amalgamation of the hundreds of Fisher and nil Doft a formerly attached to the District coun cil of Swan reach with the District Council of Kyneton forming the new District area of Kyneton and Swan reach and making an addition of 140.000 acres to the Kyneton District. The Royal commission in its fourth pro Gress report pointed out that by Annex ing other portions of the District of Swan reach to the Waikem and Truro local governing bodies the important main Road leading to Wai Kerie will be peed under the control of the two councils most interested in Ite maintenance. While this is Correct it must not be overlooked that the equally important Adelaide Loxton main Road will now be controlled by one body for a distance of nearly 50 Miles. This is most important As this Road includes a stretch of seven Miles of Mallee country through which the new body proposes to Clear a direct three Chain Road leading to the Swan reach ferry. This will undoubtedly pave the Way to wards creating a new artery to carry the heavy volume of traffic to the Eastern Mallee lands and fruit districts As the Swan reach ferry is the Only Means of crossing the Murray Between Renmark and Murray Bridge during food periods. The collection of instalments and. Inte rest on wire netting and fencing Loans has according to the report of the auditor general been sadly neglected by a former Council for he states the condition of these Loans is in the majority of instances far from satisfactory and later and it would appear that insufficient attention had been Given to the collection of the instalments of principal and interest state Bank liabilities a close inspection of the books and & revision of the accounts has shown that although some of the applicants have been struck off the books of the Council As fully paid the penalty interest which has never been charged will make these applicants liable for a further amount to the newly constituted District. If the penalty interest were not charged it would make the Council liable to the state Bank for quite a Large amount which would not be recoverable from the applicants. To will be readily understood that the ratepayers Money would Hare to be utilised for repayment to the state Bank and it would appear that the Only reason Able Means of straightening out this state of affairs is to claim the outstanding amounts from the applicants concerned who after All. Are responsible for the debt. A closer co operation Between the state Bank and the various councils handling wire netting accounts might do much to reduce the risk of a similar occurrence in the future. Support for work drive tradesmen Register at Bureau port Adelaide Council s Lead in promis ing 60 men a week s work and the help Given by other councils Are encouraging features of the Christmas employment drive. During Tho drive be Neon working Foi employers engaged in Trade or business or for corporations and District councils will be workmen within the meaning of the workmen compensation act. But those employed by householders and others on Odd jobs Are not workmen within the meaning of the act All roman Catholic and methodist churches in the state will solicit Aid for the drive tomorrow. About 50 tradesmen of various callings were waiting at the doors of the new Odd jobs Bureau at colonel Light gardens where the office was opened at 9 . To Day. Throughout the morning there was a Rush by unemployed men to Register the supervisor of the Bureau or t. L. Stephens said that canvassers had visited about 400 houses in the suburb urging people to find Odd jobs. The response was sympathetic and he hoped to be Able to provide two or three Days work for 40, men. There were 306 unemployed men and youths in the District and he hoped to obtain assistance from other suburbs be cause few of the residents of colonel Light gardens were in a position to employ labor. Returned in the Nark Nida or. L. Paxton and his wife who returned to Adelaide m the Arkinda from England today. Or. Paxton is the australian manager and a director of Stephen Smith & co London. His wife returned Delaide the for l r. Axton t Ith London. What women wore at races the Coo Breeze which blew from the wets this afternoon made the wearers of lightweight Coats at the port Ade Laide club s race meeting at Cheltenham feel glad that they had worn them. It was not a Day for Organ Dies and muslims and the wearers of wide brimmed hats Clung tightly to them All the while there were fewer women present than usual doubtless because of the Chil Dren s Hospital Tete. And Many regular patrons were absent. Tailored suite in summer tweeds Maro main. And crinkled crepe were popular 6o was the swagger suit. The wife of be chairman of the club. Mrs. A v. Benson wore an ensemble of Black crinkled crepe with a Navy and Black top. And a Black hat. Mrs. S. I. Jacobs was in Tlack Georgette dress with a Long Georgette coat and a Black hat trimmed with White. Mrs. A f. Lynch s Black Marocain coax and skirt was worn with a White Bat banded in Black. Or. Phoebe Chappie wore a Black and White figured crinkled crepe and a wide brimmed Black Bat. Miss Rosemary o sea was in a i Black White and red figured crepe de Chine and a White Nai. Mrs. J. T. Jones wore a Green Flora Maro canc ensemble and a Black hat. Mrs. B a. Paxton was in a Brown to Roca in dress and till to match. Miss a rna Paxton wore Brownf ured silk and a Brown hat. Miss Hel ii Crabbe was in beige silk spotted with White. And a beige Straw hat. Mrs Herbert Solo Mon s Fawn Tweed Cool and Start was worn with a Brown Bat miss Helen Solomon wore a Pink coat and skill and a Black hat. Mrs. Vau Han Cutten was in a Lime Green crinkled crepe ensemble and a Brown hat. I miss Josephine Heysen wore an ensemble if j Leaf Brown crepe and a beige hat. Mrs. Irvin Wald wore Blue and White Floral crepe de Chine with a Blue silk coat and a Blue Bat. Miss Betty Bruce was in Pale Blue voile and a White mesh Cap with Eye veil. Mrs. H. L. I Butler wore a tailored suit of Navy Marocain. A Navy and White Blouse arid a Navy Bat. Mrs. Linden Wood was in red and White figured crinkled crepe Ana a email White hat. J mrs. E. Beckford wore Black and White Floral j crepe de Chine and a tuscan hat lined with Black. A sirs Peg and Pat Stoddart were in Green and White figured frocks and White Panama hats banded in Green. Miss Adelaide Blades wore Brown and White Check Marocain. And a Brown Straw hat. Mus Kathleen Campbell s Navy figured crepe de Chine was worn wit i a nary swapper coat and nary hat. Miss Betty Morgan wore x be ice Wool de Chine ensemble and a Brown hat. Mrs. A. C. Cutten was in a Black tailored suit and Black hat. Mrs. F. W. Young wore White and Black figured Marocain. And a White hat. Mis. A j. Melrose was in a Brown and beige ensemble with hat to tone. Miss Eleanor met Rose wore a White Loofah Linen Coal and skirt and a White hat. Mrs. Allyn banking wore a coat and skirt of Black Marocain. With White Coin spots and a White hat trimmed with Black. Mrs. Allan Mcfarlane was in Black and White figured Marocain. A Black swagger coat and a Black hat with Pink Posy miss Kitty Longbottom was in beige crepe de Chine and a tuscan hat. Mrs. Fred Tenn it wore a dress of purple velvet the Cape edged with Sable and a Small purple velvet hat mrs. L. M Darby wore j Fawn twee a tailored suit and a Brown Bat. Mrs. J. H. Hornsb was in a White Unen Wei a swagger suit and a White hat. Mrs. H a an Morris wore a Black and White Floral crepe de Chine and a Black and White hat. Mrs a. John Poole was in a Grey Pebble crepe ensemble and a Blue hat. Miss Lesley Gebbardt wore Navy Marocain with a Green hat. Y at Ala prisoner s gift to Hospital the toy Merrl go hour id made by a prisoner at Yam Trade a a nother gift for the children s Roa Pital a working Model of a merry go round fashioned with a saw and a Penknife has been constructed by a h Hayes a prisoner serving a 10113 sen tence at Watala labor prison. The material for the Mode was purchased from Rudnev that the convict has earned while in prison this is the fifth Model that Hayes a constructed for the children s Hospital he previously Nili two elaborate dulls houses and two Model motor cars All & n-hk-1-j were constructed in Bis list and out of material Pinzl Iasin from Money Erni re at Folio Moi Hayes has n a wonderful la creative mind and the thought of Fri Vine Chil Dren a title happiness seems to quell All the Man s criminal instincts said the Secretary of the prisoners Aid society or c s. And re. In Hor of cure h Yos placed the Model. Ito corps a children and Notum or which will nire them Hap piness is too much Cru ii e to him the merry so a Ted took him 2 Iii Liis to construct and wept him for ver minute of his spare time it a i eco elaborately decorated i villain flair. Ism is and Flower printed in i no Conrd. has own artist Iva la painted the Model has a Small Ccu hox .11 Ord Marks in tic same principle a a re or ear. Lia. I on strik Urvi the. Mohel a that it not Only inv we hip Lii Dren Hur will a so Ftp i Mirce in come to the Hospital. Before the by to found can be set in motion a Penn has to be placed in a Slot. An operator her Pute the mechanism into Gea anr1 Tut be the handle allowing it to Nin As to cd As he thinks fit. Another Pei a must be inserted each time it has Beer thrown out of sear before the mechanism function again. The horses on the platform move up Down in unison with the music which pro. Hired in striker cleverly concealed Isider the platform coming into on act ? ? h Haikio i Trizis at the platform evolve the controlling the Rise and in of the horses i concealed in the roof. Tie mounting for the horses consist of Tine wire Ristol together and painted to tip i Bible carved Bra work. The Model is Complete in every detail even Lom error placed on the Pivot and. Approaches to the i inform. No one with out unlimited patience and skilled hands could construct or conceive the idea of such j Fine piece of work. Give it to the children s Hospital with my compliments was All that j Hayes said when he handed the merry j go round to or. Badger. There must be a better de to a Nian e sat ire when he can devote such few to ii cents of Freedom and his scant earnings i to 6iidi a Evtif a said or. Badger. The tact that in us d Only 3 Penknife and 3 ? a tools coupled with the planning of a Mode shows that he Moat have a a Omle fully Inci Tive brain High Praise for work of Hospital Appeal by lady Hore Ruthven fete on lawns i wonder if people Realise that 12,000 children have been discharged every year from this Hospital cured said lady Hore Ruthven. Opening. The annual Lawn fete at the children s Hospital. North Adelaide this afternoon. It is no wonder that throughout the length and breadth of the state the Chil Dren s Hospital is looked upon with Pride affection and love she added. It has been found necessary to expand the building and this Means that every one must do his utmost to help. This is a year of records. But Why should we leave All of them to sir Charles Kingsford Smith and flight Lieut. Ulm let us establish a financial record Here today nurses for guard lady Hore Ruthven was met at the Hospital i ates by the chairman of the honorary medical staff or. Henry Gil Bert and the medical superintendent or. D. G. Mckay. She passed through a guard of Honor formed by the nurses and was received at the top of the Steps by the president of the Hospital or. Glove the lady Mayoress mrs. Glover and other members of the Board. Lady Hore Ruthven was presented with a bouquet of Flowers by Rhonda Taylor a patient at the institution. The Lawn was a Gay sight with Bright Truus and Booths. A merry go round per forming dogs old woman in the shoe and father Christmas were among the features. Stalls included afternoon Tea Straw berries and Cream Cool drinks and ice Cream provisions fancy. Plants and Flowers cake 6weets needlework Smith s Universal tiny tots Tulip Garden. The fete will be continued tonight when the Mitcham band will be in Atten dance. Morris smashes world s records following Are the feats of Tom mor Ris of Southwark. Achieved at Mur Ray Bridge who wimm incr with his Hanns and Teet tied be towed a boat carrying six passengers for 1 hour 8 min. A world s record. He leaped from the top of tha rail Way Bridge with hands and it tied a distance of 73 it. 8 in., into 58 it. Of water. This is the finest leap he has Ever done. He skipped for 10 minutes 2,345 turn breaking his world s Rebori of s min. 1,097 turns. Judge lauds Pirie choirs port Pirie. Saturday. In a review of the various sections in the musical elocution Ary and choral competitions held at port Pirie this week. Or. H. Brewster Jones the adjudicator paid a tribute to the Standard attained by the com Peting choirs. Or. Jones was also impressed by the work done in the male quartet woman Soprano elocution Ary and 1 pianoforte sections referring to the Junior violin Section or Jones said that the Standard of play big was quite Pood and brought about the discovery of a child who showed sur Talent. This was Jean Johan sen of Solomon town. Who Secard 6rft Ace in the violin Solo Section or boys or girls under 12 years of age. Her work said or Jonee. Was excellent. Lord mayor defends action in meat merger the lord Mavor or. Glover today de fended his action in suggesting that Aid. Mcewin should Anu ear before the bar of the House to protest against the or nosed Mere inc of the metropolitan abattoirs Board and the government produce it Dort Deot under a meat Board. Be had no doubt that the majority of Adelaide cite Council members would Sud skirt the ethos taken As to Faery was no time to waste he said. It w i Kelv that an Effort will be made to present the turn petitions protest in against the Hererer before parliament at its sitting a on tuesday. Aid. Mcewin will state the Case for the Council and Dro Balv or a. J w Lewis of port Adelaide that of the suburban constituent Eov Emine bodies if Derrain Ossion to eran cd. Master butchers throughout the metro Volitan area str Nelv Ontke the Constitution of the Dro nosed Board. Thev will on finder the question at a tree tiny on monday Nischt

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