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Adelaide Mail (Newspaper) - September 2, 1933, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia anxiety grows on Germany s frontiers Small countries on guard is austrian Chancellor about to resign new radio attack ? mail special representative London saturday. The countries adjoining Germany Are steadily increasing their Frontier guards following the murder in Prague of prof. Theodore Lessing a refugee from Germany the escape of the nazi Franz Hofer from an austrian prison the abduction of a Man named Weber from Swiss territory and other disquieting incidents. It is strongly rumoured that or. Dolfuss will shortly resign the chancellors hip of Austria and will be succeeded by major Fey the minister of Public safety in the Dolfuss government says the Vienna correspondent of the daily mail her Hitler s claim in a statement at the great nazi rally at Nuremberg to have the support of the whole Ger Man nation was qualified in the eyes of foreign observers by a report that the police has discovered a communist plot to Poison thousands of nazi visitors and to blow up Bridges across the Rhine. Swiss papers Ala rated the Manchester guardian s Geneva correspondent declares that the germans brutally assaulted Weber who is now undergoing medical treatment in Kreazi Bingen gaol while awaiting expulsion to Czecho Slovakia. His native country. The safes customs authorities Are reinforcing their Frontier guards and Are considering the dismissal of the guard who witnessed the kidnapping of Weber. Gazette de Lausane warns the Swiss government of the grave German menace. Another newspaper hints that Switzerland which seems hesitant to demand reparation May be subjected to interference Simi Lar to that suffered by Austria if she treats external attacks so moderately meanwhile there is a general reaction against the local nazis. Police reinforced Vienna. Saturday. Herr Knaus dip so called nazi Leader for Styria a pro Vince of Austria in a broadcast from Munich yesterday said that austrian sol Diers crossing the Frontier were not deserters but True loyalists. He attempted to raise an inflation scare and predicted the imminent fall of the Dolfuss regime. The Dolfuss government has authorised the enlistment of a temporary auxiliary defence Force of 8,000. The police will be immediately reinforced by 1,100 members of the National defence corps who hav been diverted to provincial police duty the Hei Wehr will protect the Isanberg broadcasting station. Seventeen arrests have been Madr Ai j Kuff Stein. Where the Narcis who raide.5 j Innsbruck gaol and released Hofer obtained the motor car used. The Gen Darme who wounded Hofer declares thai the occupants of the fleeing oar fired a j him and his comrades several times. The official newspaper Wiene Zeitung j charges eight leading Legal professors with i treason alleging that they contributed to a German journal favouring the Nazif cation of Austria. The articles cast doubt on the binding nature of their oaths of office and declared that the austrian government s methods were unconstitutional. Other austrian papers wonder How Germany would Deal with Berlin professors acting in Euch a Way. A Budapest journal reports that i Mussolini is transferring an army j corps from Verona to Bozen 40 Miles i from the austrian Frontier and 60 j Miles from Innsbruck. The murder of prof. Lessing by an unknown Nian who fired shots through i window has provoked anti German out bursts in Czecho Slovakia. The news papers Are urging Strong protective Mea a sures. And intervention by the league of nations against acts of nazi terrorism outside Germany. Special squads of motor police have been dispatched to guard the Border and to watch secret outlets to Germany in the Hope of intercepting the murderer. Ai rests for complicity in the shooting of prof. Lessing include two female nazi couriers. British peer hears Hitler London saturday. Lord Mottistone formerly Gen. Seely accompanied or. Hans Bengel. One of Herr Hitler s trusted friends to yester Day afternoon s meet ing of the Victory Congress As the nazis rally acc Nuremburg is termed. Herr Hitler addressed 3,000 Dele Gates stressing the necessity for racial consciousness As the basis of True Art. He read his speech which notably failed to impress the Audi ence. Hitler gave the impression that he was reserving himself for the Clos ing speech on Sun Day. The meeting was notable for the Dis lord Motti stoned Mottistone play of Jaszi mementos including a blood stained Flag used in the Putsch of 1923, when Hitler was imprisoned. Hitler declared that 10 million Ger mans who voted for socialists or com Munise at the general election have now become with millions of catholics and others True nazis making an overwhelm ing majority in support of the govern ment. 1 a special train brought diplomatic i representatives from several countries. Those which did not accept an in i citation include Britain France Poland Spain Russia Czecho Slovakia j Holland and America. Tie police allege that raids on Coni munits houses revealed typhus Bacilli sufficient to infect Nuremberg s Popula Tion also High explosive detonating de vices. It is believed that the communists i plotted to destroy two Bridges Over the Rhine. Nuremberg Germany. Saturday. Herr Habicht the nazi Leader who has been prominent in the attacks on Austria flew to Bolzano Italy today to bring Franz Hofer the austrian nazi Leader Wiio escaped from prison and fled to Italy to the Victory Congress Nuremberg must be dry from wid night to Dawn according to a nazi order to ensure the maintenance of discipline. Searchlights will illumine Hitler whenever he appears at night. Murder victims letter London saturday in a remarkable _ letter written to the Manchester Guam j Dian a week before his murder. Prof. Lessins relates details of the bitter nazi persecution which forced him to leave j Germany. J the Uki it he fled to Zetho Sion Kia nazis raided wifi Houts. Wrecked tie Furni Ture and fouled his books in Raae and disappointment at his escape. It was impossible to enter the House for weeks because of the smell of dirt and filth. The nazi minister of education who had been heir Lessing s school fellow and Uei abhor. Deprived him of his pension in spite of his 26 years distinguished service and his Small savings Wera confiscated. The nazi minister. Or. Goebbels in an suited the Samoa in of Calu . And the government placed a Price of 80.000 thai pc i j.o00 of my head. I am not Trina to spread atrocity propaganda but am Fiir Litins for inc Iee against my coun try which i love prof. Lessing s letter j concluded. Tie Manchester a Uard Liu declares that even worse than prof. Los sins s Mur Der is the indecent with which the German dress received the news which throws a dreadful Lisit an the moral atmosphere of nazi Dom. Nazi threat to films Berlin. Saturday. The nazi Ron trolled film in Luttru of Jan warns non jewish actors and producers against con i to Tro abroad or a Newins Foreich i of tracts. Thus ? indicating a desire to sabotage German cultural reconstruction the paper dec lived that they will be excluded from All future film work in Germany. A Resit exodus of leading theatrical and i m workers followed the departure of Max Reinhardt and Elizabeth Bergner. Manv of these though gentiles. Had jewish connections or they hesitated to face the uncertainties of the German film Industry. Absent stars include Werner in ranks. Emil tanning Lilian Harvey and Marlene Dietrich. The first pronounce Day nazi films Are now being Manuia Sturmi. But a Node uni in Ereath hand Ait died by restrictions. Behlin. Saturday. Weapons must not be carried to school. Do not rogue to obey an unpopular teacher because you think that he or she is hostile to the state Are Amner the regulations issued. By the prussian minister of education to the Hitler South organisations. I one sunday monthly Only is allowed As j recreation. Other holidays must Haem loved upon duties in the nazi movement. Hitler ites Are allotted an extra half Holiday i weekly for Narv purposes it has j been officially announced that court cases dealine with atrocity mongering will be handled at the Berlin criminal court since it is a punishable offence. The num Ber of convictions has not been stated. Riddle of North japanese not suitable or. Price s View of tropics mail special representative London. Saturday. It is perfect rubbish said or. Grenfell Price of Adelaide when asked today about the recent Sugges Tion of the Rev. Hewlett Johnson that part of tropical australian should be handed Over to Japan. Chinese and japanese in addition to Whites would be an utter failure in Northern Australia because of the poverty of the soil and uncertainty of rainfall added or. Price. He is master of St. Mark s College Adelaide and arrived in London this week after eight months in America. He left Adelaide last september to study the effect of tropical climate on Popula Tion and Oiler subjects under the Aegis of the Rockefeller foundation. Or. Price investigated the Caribbean tropical settlements and Florida whose population is roughly a million where the problems of the modern White popu lation resemble those in Queensland thought Florida is hotter than Mackay or Townsville. It is not fully tropical. ? or. Price also Visi or. Grenfell Pricer. Ted the French settlements at act. Bartholomew and St. Thomas islands the German Colony in Jamaica and the Spanish in Costa Rica. He also stayed on the tiny dutch Island of Saba. Where the settlers Are pure Vrh Ite after 270 years occupation. He studied the american Experiment at Panama where White americans have Ilieen working in the machine chops for 23 years and. He found their children of the highest Standard. Or. Price s general conclusion is that Whites can live satisfactorily in Australia s moderate tropics if adequate Money is available for a health diet so Australia should be successfully habit Able particularly for Eugar As far North As Townsville. Farther North the White Man has a poor Chance. Or. Price is emphatic that Australia s North coast is suit Able Only for cattle. Mad dance of world s currencies ? ? mail special representative London saturday. The crazy currency dance which is clearly not related to Ordinary commercial transactions is attributed by Many City men to renewed operations of the Balkan gang this group of ruthless reckless Speculator is reported to consist of 10 inter National financier who perfected a tech Nique of Exchange speculation when the Balkan currencies plunged madly to destruction after the War. Their Success depends on their elusiveness. Nobody knows which currency will next be attacked or who will initiate the raid. Their Trail is confused by hundreds of smaller speculators seeking to imitate their operations. Paris is usually the spearhead of the attack flank advances Baug made through Berne and Amsterdam. Some times members of the gang operate together sometimes separately and even against one another. They have an elaborate intelligence service with agents everywhere. Enormous financial resources behind their publicity departments enables the speedy dissemination of propaganda Derf Ned to weaken or strengthen particular currencies. It is estimated that the gang s profits during recent Bear raids on the franc and Guilder were 10 million pounds. Britain s defence against such vast speculative operations is the Exchange equalisation fund the operation of which Are As mysterious As the can fund. It is virtually the world s Only safeguard against the monetary panic which tie gang is incessantly seeking to Engineer. i 4i banking authority in Jjo Naon told the mail representative that the world economic conference s failure to Vree on a common currency plan was tragic As such a plan was the Only Means o stopping the financial vultures so Tazina civilisation for their own prot. Quartermaster of Cathay Here after 27 years or. David Row lands a Quarter master in the mail Steamer Cathay which arrived at outer Harbor from London today is making his first visit to Australia for 27 years. It is the first time he has seen the outer Harbor. When he Laet came Here in the mail Steamer Marmora the outer Harbor had not been built and overseas ships were lightened at the semaphore Anchorage. Or. had been on the austra Lian run for seven or. Rowlands wars More that. For the last Quarter of a. Century in 1ms been of the Eastern i of the p. & �. Service. New director of National gallery London. Saturday. The commissioners of the Treasury have appointed or. Kenneth Mckenzie Clark keeper of the department of Fine arts in the Asli Nio can museum Oxford to be director of the National gallery in eur cession to sir Augustus Daniel whose term of Onue toc proc at the end of this Vear. The appointment is a file year i sir Augustus Diun-1. W a Al of. Imp Lii in director of the National gallery for four years. 1 tin r a hic i i my. Tyllo Vin a lovers quarrel is i a Ilij n0\v tin linger of or. Kisir Aalim Harris me Ivory but Oliie Timp it. I work next to a wedding ring. The lovers have made up their quarrel and miss Harris has married her pm boy sweetheart in California. Fascists object to top hats Rome saturday. Mem can Bic Muired by other Means than setting names into Iii ers. Said the Secretary of the Vas Cist part Signor Starace after enjoin Inz officials to refrain from Carins Tuii hats and leading extravagant lives. He condemns the fondness of citizens Tor press Public it. And adds that Evi i a Meetis if is a pretext for interminable lists ? of those present. Such eople to Rivir. to attract the notice of a Lorteis and Pho Ira pliers. Whose a Tiv tics i ii ild by limited to disc Lavina hip extent of the work to comr i lit a. And poin ayin Adinig in onlookers. Pretty Tansy Pale Ami plan dip altered pc clubs rail a. Something evidently needing. Baby smiling barely roughed a Nasty a Little con it. Mother s instinct sure. Pretty Pansy s cough is Olf. J Woods great Peppermint cd. Had no desire to be prime minister Viscount Snowden in Strong denial London. Saturday. In Strong terms Viscount Snowden. Former Chancellor of the exchequer has denied that he Ever had the slightest ambition or desire to be prime minister ? he was a oiment Inar on a remarkable allegation which Lieut. Commander1 Kenworthy. A former labor member of the House of commons inserted in Hie Auto biography. The paragraph leads when or. Rainsan Mac Donald in 1931 conceived the idea of becoming Viceroy of India. Or. A thur Henderson was willing to accept the Premier ship if promised Viscount Snow Deu e support but Viscount Snowde discount Nowden Viscount Snowden refused Avernus that if he were not chosen As prettier he would create trouble the Only foundation for the Story said Viscount Snowden. Is that Lieut. Commander Kenworthy asked me to join an intrigue against or. Macdonald. I flatly refused and would also have refused the leadership of the labor party or the premiership Kenworthy. When in formed of or. Snowden s denial retorted there was no intrigue. Viscount Snowden entirely agreed that there must be a change of leadership but immediately j he Learned that most of the labor inem Bers would support or. Henderson he Dis covered that it was unnecessary to make a change moreover when in 1922 when i3ie labor party rejected or. Dynes in favor of or. Macdonald As Leader. Viscount then or. Snowden summoned the in dependent labor party group and warned the members not to elect or. Macdonald. As he would betray them vines collapses the scene after vines dramatic collapse in the exciting finish to the last of the singles matches in the America England Davis cup tie. Perry immediately rushed to the american s assistance and poured part of a bucket of water Over him. After Ines collapse the finish to last the singles in Erry i mediately rushed Erica s and it of bombing raids on tribesmen Cost �60,000 ? mail special representative t Calcutta. Saturday. Sir Philip i fac to. nne tons in the Indian Council of state Sai that the Frontier Village of Potkai was bombed on three Days by 12 Royal air Force machines 90 boils were drooped. The total Cost was 35.000 rupees fallout �l,12oi and equivalent ground operations would have Cost rupees a month about �60.0001 from an undetermined be riot. Tin bombing was done because tribes men on Tho Xor Livest Frontier had re fused to surrender three agitator a. Who were tin Iii run strife against the King of Asch Anista. Mini huts in tie Village of Potkai were destroyed . Orch tra and Marshall Sumner a Ina Inifi ent concert has been ii Hranac i. R trip final evening of tin sout i austra Lian Orlietrn at Tho town Hail next saturday when or. Haiti i p,-, will u the Condit ii. Tho i Vii a indo Livre or. Of nil Ert Hiawatha s 1 1 to. L of ii Lac t r inn Arian Marcia. A i of an.1 Vil i or. A shall ii minor a Punim. Tie Chioji it pianoforte i i ,.i t Ninor. And i a i Osar Fraitik sir variation for piano and of i lies j Asp it Villiant it a will lip ?.- a Tii Fonss 1o? m -. La air Wotton. A a his first appearance wit i s1-1 it Alinio Ovhcstra. 1 Lann Al my the greatest value Ever offered in Light cars new prices of Fiat 508 ten horsepower cars fitted with freewheel Hydraulic brakes air cleaner Etc. 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Send stamped ind sddre.= de envelope Tor . ? it de Valera s foes join forces United Ireland party formed i end Trade War Dublin. Saturday. I the Cosgrave party. Centre party led by or. Made not and the National guard Blu shirts yesterday agreed to merge in a United Ireland party under the leadership of Gen. O Duffy chief of the Blu shirts. Mail special representative their immediate aim is to defeat the de Valera government at the elections which Are believed to be Immi nent and then to end the Trade War with England. The decision to make Gen. O Duffy president caused a profound sensation in dub Lin where it was expected that or. Cos grave would be chosen. However. 3i r. Co grave will be chairman of the United party in the Dail. And or. Macdermot vice chairman. The fusion of these three parties is the most momentous political development Sunee de Valera s republicans in 1927 agreed to recognise the free state and take seats in the Dail. Says the daily mail correspondent. It involves the dissolution of the cos Era be party which for 10 years Success fully steered the destinies of the free state in spite of the civil War and the bitter opposition of the republicans. Friendly to Britain or. Cosgrave Gen. O Duffy and or. Macdermot met today further to discuss details of the merger which will be completed next week. It is understood that the draft Constitution of the United Ireland party includes a clause declaring that Tho free state must remain a member of the British Commonwealth because of the commercial and economic advantages resulting from membership. It also stands for Unity of the North and South of Ireland and the suppression of the Irish Republican army. The fusion ensures messes. Cosgrave and Macdermot of 59 followers in the present Dail against or. De Valera s 77. Labor s eight members Are expected to continue to support or. De Valera while the nine inde Pendents Are expected to follow or. Cos grave. Or. Cosgrave presided at the meeting of his party which decided on joining the new party. A majority of the Erminis ters also attended. In a subsequent statement or. Cosgrave said the meeting was convinced that the nation s present calamitous condition of political ambiguity and rapid economic decline was bound to Lead to a crisis of extreme Gravity if it continued. It could be improved Only by the abolition of differences among the opposition parties and the adoption of a Clear programme of National action. We agreed to join in forming the United Ireland party in which All wish ing Ireland to be one free and great in spirit and achievement can work wholeheartedly together. We invite All Irish men of Goodwill irrespective of past political or other affiliations to support now comes the hard part of the act Gale in the los Angeles times the us in re uniting the people and rescuing j Freland from the Dan Sci threatening her said or. Coss rave. The a Valera Vartev the labor parly met Lon Idit to discuss this new do a elopement. While or. De Valera is faced with a newly United opposition the extremist i republicans arc attacking him on the j other flank. ? Don t drink British ale. Don t Era i on British ships Are among the slogans j featured in today s an phobia Chat the i Republican army s Organ which attacks or. De Valera and Trees the intensification of the Boycott of British goods. Twelve masked men armed with rifles and revolvers raided a farmhouse at dem and took a Vounce National guardsman to tie Hills. Others searched the House and burned his Blue shirt. Events reminiscent of Laud league pm s j occurred at Clonnie where 700 Farmers As j so bled to protest against the a. Of i cattle seized at a local farm for arrears id \ rates which the Farmers declare they Are \ unable to my because of the loss of sex i port Trade the cattle were not sol.-. Exciting race Likely for tourist trophy in Ulster British official wire. London. Saturday. The Lynn. Mil. Or i or. A Donald i who i tin u ii Tel Londonderry at mount �ivyrt. N .ii-Llirn Ireland ill Tun. Low a. The i lie Touril Iron Liy Inu Lor a. Be to leaving Ireland in a Niny. Loicl in lion the i a cods Aiiiiii a m. Trial la ii on thaid . An a it Nihro Iose and exciting i on ,--.-Loo. Motr Rnin 2 enthusiasts Noin an Over the Hetish and i a Ontic Icil have brr i it Iran a to Vlf am nov i.vlit. I Timber stacks ablaze at Hull docks worst outbreak for 50 years mail special representative London saturday. The finest August j for the Century closed with the worst j fire for 50 years which raged All night at the Hull docks. I the outbreak began in stacks of rus Sian Timber at the Alexandra Dock. All ships in the docks had to be moved while thousands of volunteers helped every i available fireman to prevent the flames i spreading. Trains were used to Rush the. I Timber from the danger zone. J flames 50 it. High were visible w 30 i Miles. Manv Moorland fives Are razing in Ilie i midlands including ail area of eight Sij Are j Miles near Doncaster. Which has Ceu \ blazing for four dry weather has caused serious j water shortage in some Paru. Reading i Brewers rescued thirsty villagers in the Burghfield District to whom they no it water in Beer casks. J thousands of Birds have died of thirst East and elsewhere. More men to work for sustenance me Bol Ixl. Saturday. View have pice Noni Lelend by the i for the calling up of 900 men of i Slon us. They Are to work for Eusi Eunike on j government work in the Nii Tro Litun j area. Iii tile exception of a Lew Ignarri a men who will be Piven not incr week s j work a of the 1,900 men to Lod up last i monday ceased work today. These . However., will be called up again later j it their names Roma in on Tho Siisteihiu-i1 i Liet. Under the new work ios sus Tenai cd j scheme a married Man with five children will be Given two weeks work in four. I and others in proportion. J although there Are now 2fi.ivjo nun on i sustenance in the Mclropolitin area and j in tic country Only 13.0si l Aro at pie men t i working for to i tenant e. Most 01 them Are being employed by 1 lie country and metro Politan ii ii Al tie. A Woik of a us jul i nature ? . Girl hailed in London As Fine pianist Londo saturday. I . Ai 21-Yoar-old australian pianist. Is Bri Tain a latest Nisk i disc i . After i Lay Init Musit Sii Honry Avinel and messes. Alln it Cuate Ami Adrian Bould App arc it re Iii Diatlo o Lii it Aii l n Rini record which Llie dial frs w if raied. A ii a. To i a ski i Iii Iii Ivi ,. I ll.-. Mail Tiina Lur f Atli a was in in. I Wol Iii a Riili i 11. S i Iii i Okilj in ? ? Vjio a Neil. A ii in. A a. To h. ?., i a a in. Ii a it Iidro file Ivinel. Nik w Iii i i Pic Lii Al in p to i i 1 i. Nin. Tako Lioi in a a Iii Psi. 1aia.i� i.iir i Faril and i Eli d Lici. Anda made Cociffi r Mir aim Rapij. I Iii Uii ii ,1 slip Kralj Jeri 900

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