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Adelaide Mail (Newspaper) - October 7, 1933, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia Smithy though 111, flies on Roosevelt to try another plan new record for England to India still ahead of Scott fast time at Jodhpur tonight Karachi feeling ill sir Charles Kingsford Smith flew on from Twadar to Karachi today and created a new Light plane record for the journey from England to India taking a Little Over 70 hours flying time. He rested Here for several hours and then flew on for Jodhpur where he will spend tonight. At the present rate of Progress he should reach Australia 24 to 36 hours ahead i of or. C. W. A. Scott record time of 8 Days 20 min. 45 Sec. To. ? _ a. I in ? Charles Kingsford Smith Hopes to spend tonight at Jodhpur. Midway Between Karachi and Allahabad. Scott spent his fourth night out from England at Karachi. _. ? spend tonight t Between and Allahabad. His fourth fro gland when interviewed at Karachi sir. Charles Eaid that he landed at Twadar be cause he was ill and needed rest. He had flown 1,200 Miles from Bagdad to Twadar in tropical heat. After a Twood keep be hopped off Atrain this morning and his plane was seen Over Karachi a few minutes before 10 . He left a rain at 2 ., after further test and will follow the railway Lin to Jodhpur. 380 Miles from Karachi where 3ie will sleep. This will be his fourth Janight out from England. A Scott spent his fourth in by out from England at Karachi sir Charles should fee 380 Miles ahead of him at the end of i the fourth Lap. He will then have flown 640 Miles today his shortest Day travel during this flight. Scott spent his fifth night at Allahabad which 550 Miles beyond Jodhpur. With a Good Start tomorrow sir Charles should Ibe at Allahabad before midday. Calcutta Jee 450 Miles beyond and he mar spend the night there. Plane flies Well the Percival Gull Low Wing monoplane ? flown by sir Charles performing Well. I the weather which has played Haver. Vith other fliers appears to be favouring 6ir Charles Kingsford Smith. He still has to cover the Section Between Rango a and Singapore where storms Are frequent but Uay be fortunate enough to encounter Good conditions. J although before he left England of i wednesday sir Charles denied that he was out to break Scott record he said that be would travel to Australia fast pos Weible. He plans to land at Wyndham. The illness of sir Charles serves t j re Call that when he waa flying from austra Lia to England in october 1032. Lie was stricken by illness and forced to land in Turkey. He was held by the turks at mile. Near the coast of Asia minor and his detention caused him to lose All Chance of breaking the record for the flight to England. He was released too late to reach England in faster time than j. A. Moi Ison the record Holder. J flights compared ? Scott Smith ? stage Miles stage Miles Brindisi. 1,100 Brindisi. 1,100 Aleppo. 1.150 Bagdad .1,550 i Basra. 750 Twadar. 1,200 Karachi. I.z50 Jodhpur of. 640 Allahabad. 900 Rangoon. 1,100 Singapore. 1.200 surabaya. L.0--0 Koppang. 950 Darwin. 600 j Woods coming Back j London saturday. The West austra a Han flier Pilot James Woods endeavoured to obtain a Leopard Moth to Fly Back to Australia but delivery was impossible until january by when his leave would have expired. Therefore he abandoned the project. Woods who flew from Australia to England three months ago sold his plane there and returning by the liner Strath Naver which left London today another party London saturday. Lord Apsley will accompany or. W. P. C. Greene. M.p., i in a spartan monoplane next week far i India. The remainder of the party i will go on to Australia the machine being flown by Pilot Lynch Blosse. J thus next week there will be five aus \ Ralian National airways pilots flying Toj Australia simultaneously namely. Sir Charles Kingsford Smith. Dim Taylor and Allen also in the Faith of Australia and Blosse. Dash to save life of Young Man Melbourne. Saturday. Travelling 200 Miles in half a Day and carrying a Man named Kelly near to death with a fractured spine an ambulance from Albury new South Wales arrived at Al Fred Hospital Melbourne at 0 o clock to night. The ambulance averaged 40 Miles an hour Over the trip having left Albury at 1 Today. The injured youth who aged 19, Tirocke his Back when he dived into Shal Low water in a Billabong at i Rabola station about 40 Miles out of Albury aet night. He employed a hand on the station. Kelly was brought in to Albury last night in a critical condition. It was thought advisable to Send him of a Long journey to Melbourne then. A delicate operation necessary and rather than wait Lor a train to Melbourne the authorities at Albury decided today to tend him by Road to the Alfred Hospital where there Are special facilities for treating thie Type of Case. By travelling by ambulance he reached Melbourne 12 hours earlier Tea i in would Lave had he come by train. The ambulance which specially fitted nth air Beds for rough country work Eft again for Albury tonight. Kelly condition u still critical. Axeman crushed Sydney saturday. Edwin Dryhurst. Aged 47. An employee of the state forestry Camp at Lawnes was and Init to the a ii Htow Hospital late this afternoon suf Fering from spinal and internal injuries. I condition critical. was Felling two Trees. He had filed one tree which Ixl Ureil in the trunk of another when a limit gave Wei in a direction he did anticipate. He was caught beneath the tree it foil. Dryhurst was Takon to Bel by the lit ii govt ambulance Over lit Miles the worst Rad in tile state. He of differed extreme agony throughout the trip Ami frequently creamed with pain. When lie reached Bell about 6 o clock lie was almost sex i austed after the four hours drive. Motor cyclist Hurt Charles Hutchison aged 21, Bijj air. Ivas injure today when a motor Csc p which lie Iii Rimini a Alum be air a Al. 3iitch.iiii.anie into a Collison Wim p motor lorry driven by William Carl or of Daven Puit ton act. Way Villo the Cycle rarefied across tiie Road. Dii Cra a l through a wire Fence. Or. Hutchison Hau Iii right leg lacerated. H-1 a Uiki a to the Adelaide Hospital in the police ambulance. Disappearance of Man solved Constable grim discovery Sydney. Saturday. Clambering along a narrow ledge two floors from the ground a Constable broke through a window in Barcom Avenue Darling Hurst. Today and staggering through dense Gas Lumes solved the four Day old mystery of Bernard Sydney Gabney g disappear Ance. Yassney was dead in the room. He was found lying on a pile of bedding alongside a Gas meter the main pipe of which had been disconnected. A note was found from Yassney. Explaining that he had got into a bit of trouble this the Best Way out it added. Badly wounded i with Penknife j Sydney saturday stabbed with a Penknife at a House in Surrey Street. Huc iter Hill tonight Archibald ,. Aged 29. Was admitted to Balmain hos Spital with a severe wound in his Abdomen. His condition critical. J it believed that the stabbing occurred \ i during an argument. Reflections of football enthusiasts so be of the football enthusiasts who hatched today firm match at Athl Widt Oraf to Roth in the City Bridge in the. Rain. The reflections of the people on the wet pavement add Nice tire fur touch. What nor in it reflections tonight. S be o today fir atch Raf Ridge or the on add Nice tire fur cannibals Bow to White Law Milestone in Papua tribal murder Canberra saturday. ? the unprecedented action of a Cannibal i tribe in Papua asking for the govern j ment e assistance to arrest members of a rival faction who had raided its Village and committed 6ix murders has been re j ported to the minister of territories sir. Marr by the sir Hubert Murray. This regarded a landmark in the civilisation of the Inland Savages being the first official recognition it were. Of the existence and efficiency of the i White Man government. This action of the papuan natives i be received with satisfaction by austra i lians and others who deplored the recent suggestion that a punitive expedition to ? avenge the murders of japanese and a j White policeman by Caledon Bay natives j in arnhem land was the Only Way to i teach civilised methods to the aborigines. Sequel to patrol papuan natives in the past have Al ways vented their feelings of dissatisfaction or revenge in the Way that the Cale Don Bay natives did. Previously if a rival tribe had raided their Village and murdered some of their Kinsmen they would have hurled themselves against the raiders irrespective of the Odds against them and a Long and blood thirsty Battle would have gone on until one tribe or the other was demolished. In this Case the government sent out a patrol which arrested four of the bus petted murderers and a Mark of gratitude the first tribe has presented the administrator with a youth to be brought a White Man. The lad will be invaluable a an interpreter. Cause of unrest the Bishop of Carpentaria or. S. Davies who reached Brisbane from thursday Island today says in effect that it was neglect by the Federal government to give them adequate coastal patrols that caused the hostility of the Caledon Bay natives. They took the Law into their own hands and used their own methods to protect themselves and their property. The government was responsible for the Protection of these aborigines and i should Hare prosecuted some of the Japa j Nase for breaches of the Law Jone of two methods might be used to Civilise the bar Columba tribe but two methods could be mixed the Federal government appeared to be trying to do. Force might be used it was by the Queensland government a to 1890 in its dealings with the natives. Persuasion was used to Civilise Torres Strait islanders with Good re suits. It had been used in the past j 12 years to Civilise the natives of j groote Island who were neighbors of the bar Columba tribe. J no decision by society on . Expedition Sydney. Saturday. No decision was arrived at by the Board of the methodist missionary society last night in regard to i the proposed Goodwill missionary expedit Tion to the Northern territory but willingness to co operate with the Church mis j Eio nary society in the territory Wae exp pressed. The society attitude will be de j cited upon finally until the her. T. T. J Webb who chairman of the Northern j territory District arrives in Sydney on october 23. 1 the Rev. J. Burton general Secretary of the methodist missionary society said today that his society was very sym a j thetic towards the proposed expedition but would be associated with a Puni i Tive expedition i professional Cricket bowl Brisbane. Saturday. Five Hundred and twelve runs in 213 minutes thus professional one Day Cricket made its Bow to Day before the Brisbane Cricket Public. Represented by Only 500. I Aid. H. Massey bowled the first Ball. Each batsman was allowed 10 balk when he had to retire if he had pre j piously been dismissed. The match was i Between the bohemians and pioneers. The i bohemians won the toss and scored 107 j runs in the first innings in 38 minutes j there were no fireworks but the bats j men wasted no time Between wickets and j attempted to score from every Ball. i each batsman finished lie was met of fhe Way Back to the grandstand by the next batsman at the double. I the Best Knock of the bohemians was that of h. Get. Who hit three successive fours and notched 18 from the 10 balls he received. P. T. Smith retired also hit 18, and w. Noses retired 23. Eai a team played three innings. A. Wright hit the first six. Which earned him 10/, which the promoter a. J. Hunt ing rushed on the Field to hand Shioi. To outwit planes in fights mile a minute battleships fast Turners mail special representative London saturday. Battleships steaming at a mile a minute and Able to turn with the Quick Ness of speedboats thus but Manseav ring attacking aircraft should form Tho Navy of the future save or. Hutters Scott Paine. J he the Pilot and designer of miss Britain Iii., the hydroplane that recently a bought to wrest the Harmsworth trophy ii rom America. I have already built for the Royal air Force 37-ft. Boats capable of 30 Miles or. Hubert Scott Paine the British Speed boat Pilot Tivko says that mile a minute battleships should form the Navy of the future. The that Ile a minute r an hour and Hope to build m the Winter a 60-footer to travel at 60 . Fifteen of them could be built for the Price of a destroyer he said. With armed torpedo tubes these would be a formidable naval unit. Mediterranean Powers Are Tuch Mosquito Craft. Ships have reached j i Weir maximum speeds unless the Hull design to modified. To should be possible i to build High Speed liners and battleships in 13 years i Parkside girl injured by car Bennett aped 14, of lieu Osmond Road Parkside was admitted to Adelaide Hospital this afternoon suffering from concussion and a Cut Sculp. She was knocked Down by a major car Village Green Cricket ? the Art of the camera an English Village Green Cricket match it looks Are Ign of cub d�.,.s jul District Cricket match Between Adelaide and Kensington at no. 2 ground. If a b d�.,.s at round. Derby Winner to go to Victoria soon Yul Teirra never j headed today i pays �1 3/ for �1 by Trafalgar Yul Teirra who reached the Apex of his career at Morphet Tville this after noon when he won the Derby Dashin Gly he had taken the port guineas and a Frh life a will Tio zip nor to Melbourne next week. This will give him ample time to become acclimatised for his important Mission in the Victoria Derby. Or. W. B. Carr chairman of the.a.j.c., thinks that Yul Teirra should have an excellent Chance of bringing the Blue Riband to South Australia. It was expected that Yul Teirra would be an Odds on favorite and his return in the totalisator was �1 3/ for �1. Lord Domique was a regular Surprise packet paying a dividend of �10 8/ for second place. Today Derby was really an exercise Gallop for Yul Teirra he jumped away first and was never headed. In the words of his rider e. Baxter there was nothing in the race that could make the Pace or if so would came Home easily after the race Baxter said that his mount could have gone round again. I had to go out from the rails farther than i intended but that did make any Dif Ference the Colt ran a smooth race and he came Home easily or. F. G. Scarf a owner of Yul Teirra was congratulated by the governor. His a excellency who understands thoroughly the condition of a horse also paid tribute j to the Colt appearance. I or. Scarfe has been represented in the Derby previously by Taj mahal who met i with interference and later he bred Marco Polo who won the event in 1927. J it was the first time i. Reid had trained a Derby Winner although he had secured placing in the race with Friar perfect and humorist. Full details of today racing on Page 8 Redlegs to pm a y in i final game by High flier judging by the manner in Wiloh Sturt finished in the league final at Adelaide Oval Ihk afternoon they had tie wet weather conditions to thank for their de Leat. While the bail was Greasy Sturt were definitely out of the picture but when the Strong wind had dried the ground late in the third Quarter they car ried ail before them. The Unley Side made a Gallant bid for Victory Aud West Down with colors Fly ing. For three quarters of the Traino Norwood outpaced and outplayed Sturt at a1. Points. Their forwards functioned we and in. Hip Nicks Aud across Centre they were supreme. Where failed badly ? a Coa front where g. Green was right out of touch. Sturt strengthened the full Forward line for the last Quarter but with Green at Centre half Forward the outer attack slumped badly. I thrills in plenty j the t Nley Siil Mie of l in thai -.-. Ami Lor tiie Fri Vii a smrt of i. Fame Tii ii f ll-ow.- were to i unto combat i fast moving Lodi a i in Iii Rii. Nor Wood the of i Tiirik i a three i Arti f he ski inc. And auth nigh they i it to fight to pave of Start Fine hushing Effort tiny Well tie.erve 1 their Victory. l will Noiret. Tit pics Iti f in ? Iii Nul tit my. the Oill e to nest -5ir.iid i inv of ten Titbit of ii Schou � h-1h dirt to Antr. To my Iorii / Uvira j fro Rich methods Ami there ski by ? thrills i i plenty. Tiht tis fr-h.jwc-1 tile to. Form for la. I jul sorts in Downing slur in t of of Aii Rinal. Asid they Oan Fin Forwar i line they should n.-. Kilili to win the i Reinier lip. Full details of today game with comments by Percy Furler on Page 9 i angry mob sets on Gen. O Duffy injured in fight with crowd troops called mail special representative Dublin saturday. I wild scenes occurred at. Toniee. Jibe re Ilif new y formed United ire and party held a conference yesterday. I Gen. O Duffy. Reader of tiie National guard Blu shirt which Wae merged in the new party was hit with a Blunt Wea Pon and with blood streaming Down his face fought his Way into the Hall through a. Hostile crowd. Hij5 motor car which he recently purchased w a burned. The cars of other delegates were burned. The civic guards free state police were unable to Cope with the disorder Aud troops were summoned from Cork. The military arrived on lorries carrying Gas masks. They were Given a fiercely hostile recep Tiou but. Fixing bayonets they soon imposed Home sort of order though half Impi red Wattem rats were made to Stone them. Gen. O Duffy and i a oui Maudant Cio Iii kit the lia5 i a by soldiers with fixed bayonets. The Leader of a local Parade of Che Irish Republican army an organisation which demands an outright Republic for the whole of Ireland appealed for order Dur ing the commotion but could restrain his followers. The United Ireland party Aims at end ii � the Trade War with England and observing the 1922 treaty under which the free state was constituted until it can be altered by Friendly negotiation. Or. Be Valera Republican government with i he support of the labor party of seven members. Still has a working majority in the Dail books banned Londo saturday. The Irish free state government has banned 11 books including Philip Lindsay novel Here comes the King and two books on birth control. Gen. O Duffy Buffy will Advance 600 million pounds to Farmers Nira fails to give results expected of it business slackening Washington saturday. President Roosevelt has announced the creation of a new Agency to manipulate the prices of commodities upward and maintain them at higher Levels. This a move in the direction of a general policy of government Price fixing. The commodity credit corporation to be formed with an initial capital of 600 million pounds subscribed by the United states government. Its purpose will be to lend funds to producers. Despite the failure of the recovery programme to pro Duce the expected results to Date president Roosevelt Cabinet was disposed to take an optimistic View of the situation. The slackening of business in August and september was attributed to deflation of the speculative burst of Indus trial activity in june and july in anticipation of higher prices and inflation. The president has evinced Confidence that beneath All the speculative Ops and Downs of the share and commodity markets there in Progress a steady improvement of business. The first undertaking of the commodity credit corporation will be to establish and maintain the Price of Cotton at 10 to 15 Cente a Pound by Loans to enable Farmers to hold this year crop for higher prices. The Cardinal of the administration to restore the purchasing Power of Farmers the argument being that when Farmers have Money times Are prosperous. Agricultural adjustment legislation has failed to Date to restore the Farmers Pur chasing Power. Prices of commodities that banners consume have gone no faster than those of the things that Farmers pro Duce so that under Nira the National j Industrial recovery act the Farmer j rather less Well off than foe Orp. I wheat Price a result of the failure of the Agri cultural adjustment administration to produce the expected results there has been an increased demand for fixing the i minimum Price of wheat and other farm products. The commodity credit corporation to lend government funds to producers on the Security of these commodities. If the commodities Are eventually sold at prices below tiie minimum fixed then tie government will stand the loss. Only those Farmere who agree to rent to the government 40 per cent of their next year Cotton acreage win be Eli Gible for Loans. Fannett Are to be Eua ranted against loss if the Price of Cotton Falls below 10 cents a pundit further provided that if the Price goes above 15 cents the government can require Farmers to sell the theory that if a sufficiently Large portion of the crop passes under the control of the commodity credit corporation or Ces can be maintained Between 10 and 15 cents. Trade slackers Dun & bradstreets Trade review announces that the general Oace of Trade in the Emited state Haa become percept by slower with reports from All parts o f activity in centres of both production and Tae country emphasising a slackening of distribution. The lower me of Mann inc Munnjr operations aggravated by labor troubles. The analysis adds wages Are Lamin behind advancing prices the spread of the strike wave has intensified the hesitation bringing operations in some in Tif tries virtually to the Point of Cessa Tion. Altogether feeling Strong throughout the country that the first phase of Nir i operation rather definitely at a stand still with most observers hoping the Aez few weeks can safely be passed without very unpleasant reaction from the Boom spirit of june and july. To some extent the strike situation in becoming worse while the official Leader Are unable to agree on a solution. The two big Ford motor plants remain closed. Strikers Are planning to inv id Detroit with vast motor caravans demand ing a widespread sympathy. Trike in All Che Ford plants.? shura Cherkassky the world greatest boy pianist praises the famous Money saving family remedy for coughs colds bronchitis and influenza costs 2/ saves � s my sweetened water to a two shilling bottle of Wincen trates Reenzo Eji ced Whit travelling Reenzo should be used in every Home Cricket hints Bradman and Mailey will write for the news see Page 10. City wrestling Joe Dawson Defeated n Bucht on Points at the City Bathe tonight. Each Man gained one fall. Immediately h. Whitman referee crowned Daw Fin Bucht i punched Whitman on the shoulder. Whitman retaliated but order was soon restored by police and Ringe Idere. London smash London. A car descending Constitution Hill crashed into a lamp poet opposite Buckingham 1 haul when the Uard Wae being changed. The crowd scattered but one Man was killed and three people injured. Mail Garden competitions we Page 2 you we sever taste finer cocktail than Gin and two All hotels. Of Battle hip plot. 3/6. Of Tubi inn Ami Wawn uni Nuhim Tiffni uti Ijes a i 1 mid a i flumes 1 edition Ca flu i i at All chemists and stores i prepared by Burden Ltd Adelaide

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