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2 Sep 1933

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2 Sep 1933

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Sam 7 a into be to 11 1 throats is because of its natural vib mule a a go gig so is of ? some of _ the mixture when f by Psi ill up Lii Isis 01 a Rne Brane Tontle Throat i wrestling Jiu Jitsu muscle building Lebam by this new. East was from Wonde Fdl photographs every detail clearly illustrated fully de scribed. Ten wrestling lessons 1/6 10 she Jitsu lessons a 10 muscle building lessons 1/6 also 10 photos of famous Fhy Sicay perfect men 1/6, or All four its for 5/ Send Money to c. J. Bassett 228 Pitt Street. Sydney. 7 wins last saturday on super Elliott cycles 50-mlle state championship a. I Tichyon. 1st and fastest. 5--Nlle boys race k. Pitman. 25-Mjle Amateur race p. Thomas. 30-mile port Adelaide club c. Kenn Emeji. 50-mile port Augusta h. White. Torrens club championship Les Conyers. Port Pirie club m. Martin. Super Elliott cycles ? first Choice of champions new super Elliott racers from �6/10/ Send for our catalogue Elliott s z 68 Pirie 147 Rundle St. A typewriting Multi graphing. Multi graphing printing duplicating. Etc. Illustrated Sien Iii drawn. Miss e. Irene Viney Grenfell building. Grenfell St. Phone c 8s. The week in Melbourne my by a special correspondent hmm of since the pneumonic influenza ont break of 1918 and 1919 has Melbourne had a Woree epidemic of flu than is a Sirur Here at present. Almost everyone you meet says he Haa either pot it. Duet had it or thinks he is setting it. Business Hougee. Schools hospitals and Telephone exchanges have been and still Are disorganised. But the people Are so used to it. And they recover in a f new Days that not much fuss is made about it. The hospitals have not been upset be cause of the crowds of victims but because of depleted nursing staffs. At the Alfred Hospital one of the biggest in Melbourne Only this week 32 nurses were away and the doors were closed to All but urgent cases. Even in the legislative Assembly where there is plenty of fresh and hot air the malady has taken its toll. State minis ters have been attacked and have been missing from the House. In Defiance of popular superstition Mem Bers had placed 13 questions on the notice paper one Day. The result was that the Premier sir Stanley Argyle had to a peal to five of the questioners to repeat their questions the following week. This must be a very sick government suggested the Leader of the opposition or. Tunnecliffe. Somewhat grimly the Premier thanked him for his sympathy. A columnist in one of Melbourne s be papers whom the flu has deprived of his typist has been moved to write Thi ruthless flu my typist Haa Sot influenza. My typist s away for a week my Sypudt us Fie Tinh the Hermz now a file these Damb keys play Hude and see. Choi is Bren Bock being Buck of. Brune Beci sub my to. Or bang b4sj, be no Bicz of Bong Bosk m � Belonio a Nix of Helk s t Here is another epidemic Here Loo but a More pleasant one i inti. Hundreds of Lounz men. Who ire Lucky enough to own cars. Sigh a.11 the week for the moment when they Cap dash. Off to the Snow capped noun i gains to slide about the dizzy slopes and Tifik their limbs. Contrary to pop Niar to Relief of teide Victoria one has to drive Little More than 50 Miles from the City to reach an excellent ski ing ground. Mount Donna bang just up above Warburton is the nearest and provides just As much fun for the beginner As the most expensive resorts in Switzerland. Heavy Falls towards the end of last week brought the ski ing enthusiasts out in thousands. The biggest crowd of cars even known there in one Day crawled up the narrow Fern fringed Mountain Road to the Summit 4,080 it. Up. Many ski clubs Send up their own cars with loads of Active Young members and even women s teams Are preparing to compete with new South Wales skiers. Re musical highbrow and particularly ? the would be highbrow Are looking Forward to the musical festival of Brahms and Wagner to be held in a few weeks. It promises to be one of the biggest things of its kind Ever held Here and will last a fortnight. A choir of 300, an orchestra of 85, and Many leading fingers will take part a Melbourne s share of the world s commemoration of the Centenary of the birth of Brahms and the fiftieth year since the death of Wagner. So there must be another Centenary in the world besides the Melbourne Centenary after All another musical Honor has been conferred by the announcement Tai week that six of the 12 orchestra concert j which sir Hamilton Harty will conduct for the australian broadcasting commis Sion will take place in Melbourne. J when the noted conductor arrive from England he will stay in Australia Tor about two months. I visit is ext Coteil to be a great stimulus to on Neutral music then too. Dame Clara butt Al though she is on a health Holiday says she will five at least one concert Here. Hatters & co., auctioneers Waym Rufli Street in conjunction with Horace Charmin and co Pirie Street will submit to auction under instructions from elder s trustee and executor co. Ltd. And or. G. A. Davey on wednesday september 20, the Iare Lime property of the Lati mrs. P. V Daves. This is uni pm As bos Warva and is situated at is Park Terrace Parkside. The House contains 1 about 11 rooms with land 233-ft. Frontage to Park Terrace by Depths of 194 it. I in. Lancg Montpeller and Porter streets i matters & co., estate agents announce the Eale on behalf of or. J. By of a new Tudor residence at Tust now. Seasonal Outlook transformed rain follows Rise in prices whole state benefits much rejoicing rapid growth expected it is doubtful whether in the history of the state the whole seasonal Outlook has been so completely transformed by one rain As has occurred this week. Pastoral agricultural Dairying viticultural and fruit growing industries have All received a fresh impetus from the downpour. Coming on top of the news of a substantial Rise in the Price of Wool and lambs the stabilisation of the wheat Industry and a record Price for Gold it has completed a set of circumstances Over which the whole state can rejoice. Bounteous and soaking Rains have fallen Over practically the whole of the state. The Northern pastoral areas received a much needed fall and if the monsoons come along at the end of this month As expected the ? Industry should 6how a Complete recovery from drought conditions. In the agricultural areas the districts which most needed the rain such As the upper North and the Mallee country were specially favored. Dams have been replenished where for months past it has been necessary to cart water often for 10 Miles or More. A rapid growth of pastures is expected to result in the Dairying districts of the mount lofty ranges and the South East providing Green feed Well into the summer months. This will cause Luhe Cream Cane to Roll into the butter factories in increasing numbers. Fruit Trees and vines will also Benefit considerably the rain will drive the moisture right Down into the subsoil so that there will be a Good Reserve for the roots when the warm weather comes. Cool summer it is recognised that the next two months Are of great importance to the wheat Industry. Cool weather and some additional Well-6paced showers Are Neces sary if the state yield is to approach record figures. Such a great opening for the. Spring however is taken As a Happy Omen. Some Farmers who go on instinct rather than meteorological facts Are predicting a summer similar to 1916, when the Cool weather continued right to March and some districts did not finish harvesting until easter time. Cases were known that season where the Grain actually began to sprout in the ears of the crops. The Spring has opened exceptionally favourably Over practically All tie Agri cultural areas and a continuance of favor Able conditions in september and october will see the wheat crop above the aver age said the director of agriculture prof. Perkins today. If the favourable conditions lasted into november we should have a very heavy yield. It needs a Long growing season to carry production up round record figures and this Means Well distributed Rains and relatively Cool weather. The Normal rainfall for september ind october is roughly an Inch and a half for each month. If we wish to touch record yields we will probably re quire a Well distributed four inches be fore the beginning of november prof. Perkins said that the countries with the highest average yields such As great Britain new zealand. Holland Denmark and Belgium All had a grow ing season of seven to nine months. In South Australia it took Only six months from sowing to reaping. The government meteorologist or Bromley said today that the disturbance that had produced the rain had now passed away and some Days of reasonably Fine weather could be expected. We do not want any More rain for two or three weeks he said and Cool Fine weather would do More Good. How Ever we cannot order what we want and the least we can do is to offer our thanks for the bounteous rain we have just received widespread Falls an indication of the widespread nature of the Falls can be gained from the Fol lowing representative rainfall figures for the week ended this morning Northern plateau. Alice Springs 46 Points Charlotte Waters. 32. Far North. Ood Nadatta. 38 Coward Springs. 108 Marree. 97 Copley. 113. North West. Cook. 40 Tarcola. 77 Pima. 339 Monaree. 161. North East. Manna Hill 95 Cockburn. 51 broken Hill. 35. ? upper North. Hawker. 149 Quorn 177 port Augusta. 177 Melrose. 279 Peterborough. 218 Yong Ala. 249. Lower North. Port Pirie. 167 Crystal Brook. 180 Clare. 260 Balaklava 229. West of Murray Range. Kaunda 224 Anunda. 331 Williamf town. 310. Adelaide Plains. Hall Ala. 172 Gawler. 159 Adelaide. 198. Mount lofty ranges. Stirling West. 508 mount pleasant. 335 Millbrook Reser voir. 366 Surat Halbin. 172. South coast. Golowa. 99 Victor har Bor. 114. Yorke s Peninsula. Kadina. 236 Maizc land. 189 Yorketown. 104. West of Spencer s Gulf. Crummins. 193 Cowell. 59 Kimba. 161. Murray Valley. Langhorne s Creek 115 Murray Bridge. 98 Wai Kerie. 106. South East Pinnaroo. 113 Keith. 187 mount Gambier. 125. Coats and furs at races the mild weather this afternoon was a pleasant Surprise to the women who attended Tattersall race meeting at Morphet Tville. The majority wore Winter clothing and warm Coats and furs. Judged by the startling color chem be of some of the plaid skirts this fashion pro Misee to be somewhat noisy Many hip length Coats were worn in fur and cloth and they gave a Natty appearance when the accompanying skirt was in Harmony. Again the pleasing fashion of wearing a Spray or a single Flower on the coat Lapel was in evidence. Mrs. J. H. Flannagan wife of the chair Man of the club wore a Long Brown coat with fur Collar and a Small Brown hat. Mrs. Albyn Rankine covered her Black Marocain dress with a Grey Squirrel coat and wore a Small Black hat. Mrs. Laurie Giddon was in a Navy coat and hat and a Grey fur. Mrs. Edgar. Solomon wore a smart Black tailored suit a Brown fur a Small Black hat and a Posy of violets. Mrs. Reginald Walker was in a Brown fur coat and Brown velour hat. Mrs. George Fraser wore a Brown Check Tweed coat and of cart a Brown Fos fur and hat of Brown velour. Mrs. C. L. Dubois wore a Fawn Tweed tailored suit and a Brown velvet hat. Mrs. J. B. Ayliffe s Brown coat had a fur Collar and her hat was Brown and beige. Mrs. Fred Tennant wore a Musquash coat Over an old Gold crepe dress and a Small Brown hat. Mrs. Bruce Knuckey was in a Navy coat frock and Navy hat. Mrs. H. W. D. Stoddart s Black tailored coat had a Brown fur Collar and her Black hat was trimmed with Brown velvet. Mrs. Angas Johnson wore a Long fur coat and a beige Felt hat. Mrs. C. J. Dashwood had on a Musquash coat and a Black hat banded in Cherry mrs. J. A. Johnson wore a Black tailored coat with prey fur Collar and a Small Grey hat. Mrs. A. V. Benson wore a Black coat with j Collar of fur and a Small Brown hat. Mrs. R. A. Paxton s Black coat and skirt was worn with a Crey Squirrel Choker and a Black Felt hat. Miss Miriam Ifould wore a Black coat with a fur Collar and a Mack velour hat. Mrs. W. J. Masson wore a Navy coat and hat. Mrs. Douglas Neill s Navy tailored suit was worn with a Small Navy hat. Mrs. J. A. Riler wore a Brown coat and hat. Mrs. J. H. Morysh wore a Brown fur coat and a Black velvet Toque. Mrs. Vaughan Cutten was in a Brown tailored suit and Small Brown hat. Mrs. Harold Bickford wore a top coat of Rhum Brown cloth a hat to tone and a Spray of pansies and cyclamen. Miss i Ora Muecke wore a mole coat and Small Navy hat. Mrs. Trevor Heath wore a coat of Brown Diagonal 4weed and a Brown hat. Miss Betty Bruce was in a Fawn coat with Cape stiffed with our. And a Small velvet . Mrs. Milo Sprod wore a Black coat with Brown fur Collar and cuffs and a brow hat. Mrs. C. K. An Strone was in a Black Chat with Collar of prey fur. And a Black hat. J miss Phemie Armstrong wore a Brown tailored c it a Tali fur Collar and a Brown hat banded with cirt Rili Hon. Mrs. Bum turning s Brown tailored coat was worn with a Brown hat and fur mrs. Harry Scitt wore a Black Taii Eri suit and a Black Liat. Miss Muriel Santt s Mack coat Iliad a fur Collar and her hat was i or Black velvet. Miss Elizabeth Kandell wore ? a Fawn tailored suit and a red Bat. Miss j Ruth Winter Ottom wore a Blue skill Short i fur coat. And a Blue hat. ? miss inn int wore a Blue and White sport a Scarf with a Navy Coal and skirt my Imi. Or. Andrew Tennant Iliad on a nary co it i h Iii ii Collar Ami a Navy hat. Miss Hill v Livie s i w worn with n lie hat my red Scarf. Old Milia medal awaiting claimant a year ago or. F. Gibbs. Of 42 Beu a Road. Norwood found in Harrow Road St. Peters the Large Silver medal pictured Here. The inscription shows it to be a senior Cadet medal awarded to Cadet c. Tymons. 30th battalion for District competitions about 20 years ago. The medal May be claimed by its owner at the mail office. Outback Droving feats of Veteran Brothers 36,000 sheep lifted in year Renmark. Satur hav. The Jonnson Brothers Well known drovers from a a Darling and Murray District have during the last 12 months lifted Between them about 36,000 sheep and have not lost More than 50 during trips from men indie to Loxton and from Woodlands station on the Darling to Withers stations on the lakes. Or. Pflaum Goldsbrough Mort s manager at Loxton paid the drovers a High compliment and the Droving feats of these two men Are said to establish an australian record. Tom Johnson said the 12 months i since August have been Rood ones to far As feed is concerned Doorn the Stock routes i have travelled. We have had our anxious times when water became i Short and the sheep grew tired. Our losses have been very Light. On some trips we have delivered the same num Ber of sheep As were counted out of the station Yards to us. Feed is now becom ing very scarce and water in the Back country is drying up while pass info Overland Corner with a Large mob the drover had two of their Best sheep dogs Pokoney. On another occasion Droving jobs were found for two Swap men. Who. After a week with the drover refused to work and left Oaing. Saying that Thev refused t ret up at i a.m., and preferred ration with nothing to do. Nollie. Tom Johnson Hiack Atill Tan Kelli i one of the Best sheep dots in Australia she can ? work the Ruitu Tom bluest Day without knocking up. There is something wonderful about Little Ellie said Tom. The other Day almost immediately after she had driven birth to pus the sheep broke. There was dust about and i noticed the Lead being steadied. I cantered round the sheep and t found Nellie working away As usual. She finished her Job. And then went Back to her pups. I just thought this a bit wonderful of old Ellie Bil Johnson is nearly 70 years old. And his brother Tom is near 60. Both men Are in peat heart. They like Damper and Mutton chops cooked in the coals. Explaining How lie came to be sworn in As special Constable. Or. Basford said that the Juis of the Village had been get tin if a Little noisy. An.3 in response to a Telephone Nies Ige he went round to the Oli Roui Uil chamber at. Stepney. When he arrived it was us seated that a Fahoum to sworn i to assist in Tainkim t a . I objected at first bin was of a thru o persuaded to Uncur Tak tilt1 Dill. He Hail to unit the work interest due. Enid dirt roof Rft-te1 i Deci Sion. When White meets wild Blacks grim tragedies of the past a by l. A. Wells a report from Darwin de scribes an attack by hostile natives on a party of police officers and the spearing of one of them Constable Mccoll through the heart. In the following article or. L. A. Wells who has had much experience of wild natives while on exploring expeditions in North pm and Central Australia tells of some murders of Whites by aborigines and theft of cattle and personal belongings. My Fleet experience of wild native was in 1ss3, while i was a member of the Queensland Border Survey expedition Nohich was under the leadership of the ate Augustus Reoppel and Latar of John Carruthers of Gipp land. There was a great Deal of trouble with Bhe aborigines owing chiefly to their Mak ing raids on cattle coming from their get away in the rough ranges where the Whites could not get at them because luring the Rainy Evaeon the Plains were too Boggy for the station owners and stockmen the natives need to round up mobs and Spear them whole Sale. They frequently 6peared half a dozen or More in one raid taking Only email portions of the meat and retreating to their getaway. The settlers and native police were forced to Strong Mea sures and in at tempting to make arrests shot Many of them at times. As an illustration of the native s Lack of gratitude in these Days i relate a 6tory told to me by their. L. A. Wells. Ells of Westmoreland station settlement Creek. They treated the natives with the greatest kindness inviting them through a native interpreter to Camp at the Home Stead where they would be Given beef when they wanted it. The natives rejected the offer saying that they would kill cattle when they wanted food. Messes. Came also gave them presents which generosity they attributed to fear of them. They killed More of Carnes cattle than those of the settlers who dealt firmly with them. Spearing cattle about the year 1896 and 1897, while i was on the Fitzroy River in Western Australia the natives were very trouble some. They came out from the rough country during the Rainy season from de Cember to March and hunted and speared cattle making them wild and driving them of their regular beats. Many of them were shot by the native police. But the natives were equally severe and speared Many Whites. While my party was a few Miles from the Oscar Range Homestead owned by the late John Collins a former resident of the Berra a native boy left the police lamp where he was employed a & tracker and took two natives with him. They shot the White trooper who was in charge and took All the firearms and ammunition. While at Large for two years the ring Leader a boy called Pigeon shot five Whites and Many natives. He had Many firearms in Good order and plenty of am munition. He shot a White Man named Jasper whilst a waa asleep in the Stock Yard at Oscar Bange and very nearly got Collins. On the Day before tie tragedy Jasper asked me if i could put a sight in his Rifle. He remarked that he might meet the Noto rious Pigeon who had not been heard of for nearly two years. Pigeon got him the next night pilfering Rife i never shot at or struck & Black Fedov in my life. If possible i never allowed the wild ones into my camping places As i considered that Concession to them As Tho cause of most of the trouble with them. They learn too much and pilfer whenever they can. In 1932 while leading a prospecting is. Edition we had trouble. Although we re warded the aborigines who showed us water they robbed be of implements used for watering our camels clothing and a ral Auble Rug. The Rug was Etolen at night just after i had Given the native who was to have shown us the water a warm singlet and shirt. Men who Are not accustomed to pidgin English often misunderstand a native. A Blac fellow might say that a White fellow had killed another Blac fellow mean inst that he had Given him a Good thrashing. Strikes threaten recovery plan will fascist system be adopted in America Trade review optimistic mail special representative Washington. Saturday. The Progress of Nira As the american recovery plan is popularly known was hampered this week by strikes caused by workers impatient to get quicker results. Two men were killed and 18 wounded in strike riots at Phila Delphia. The plans of Gen. Hugh Johnson administrator of Nira Are tending to the ultimate control of Industry on the lines of the fascist Industrial government of Mussolini in Italy. It appears that the split in his office which resulted in the resignation of his chief assistant or. Dudley Gates this week was caused by the desire of or. Gates to Institute such control immediately. In spite of Nira s difficulties Dun and bradstreets the noted new York Trade review is very optimistic Declar ing that the last vestiges of Public apprehensive Ness about the Success of president Roosvelt s programme Are Dis appearing. Labor Leader hopeful Gen. Johnson has not voiced his desire for a fascist form of Industrial control by the american government but his forceful sometimes ruthless manner of attacking dissenters to his schemes Axis Laid him open to frequent charges of attempting a dictatorship Over Industry organised labor at the labor Day celebrations yesterday failed to display uneasiness at the trend of Gen. John Eon s labor theories. On the contrary the annual address by the president of the american federation of labor or. Wil Liam Green hailed the National re covery act As a glorification of the present Union sys tem. It k indeed Crati or. W. Green. Flying and inspiring to working men and women to know that their right to organise has been clearly defined by a Federal statute passed by Congress and approved by the president. Labor acting collectively will occupy s new and larger place in the economic and Industrial life of the nation said or. Green. Don and bradstreets review says that Nira activities have Given a tremendous stimulus to sales during August which is normally a month of depression in commercial branches. On the other hand the Nira commit tee is so sadly swamped with complaints that Gen. Johnson has transferred this part of its Iob to a special mediation Board headed by or. Grover Whalen a former new York police commissioner. Strikes in the new York area Are disturbing seven important industries fur bakeries shoes furniture children s Wear. Cigar and Mirror manufacturers. The strike in the bilk Industry k rapidly spreading. With 40,000 workers involved. Violence broke out in Philadel phia where two people were killed Anil 18 to tided As the police battled with rioting hosiery Wor kens. St. Louis reports that strikes Are in Progress in 71 Facto Ries. She thousand garment and Milli Nery workers de Mand Union recognition. In rioting sats yesterday three women had All the Gen. Johnsonn. Clothing torn from their bodies As they were chased along the Street. Child labor is past history in hundreds of thousands of business establishments As the result of Nira agreements made by Gen. Johnson. About a million employers Are pledged not to employ children under 16 years. In some other instances employers Are allowed to employ children from 14 to 16 outside school hours. An interesting feature of the Chicago Market is the tremendous shortage of feed grains. The available Corn is the United states is 500 million bushels less than last year. The Oate shortage is even More startling while the aggregate Supply of a feeding grains in Canada and the United states is about 3,300 million bushels below fhe figures of a year ago. British labor wants a a London saturday. The Council of trades Union Congress has decided to sub Mit a motion to the forthcoming conference urging the British government to follow president Eoo Sevels plan to shorten hours increase wages and finance Public works to reduce unemployment and restore Industry. Or. Grenfell Price of Adelaide who reached London this week after several months in America says that every economist with whom he conversed admitted that the australian premiers plan was preferable to the United states reconstruction scheme but the american Constitution prevented its adoption. Australians must Realise said or. Price that Only 10 per cent of America s Trade is in exports. The americans want to restore favourable conditions for their internal Trade. Everybody thinks real inflation is coming and is apprehensive thai the authorities will not be Able to control it. Nearly All medal awards made Adelaide Plains result with the football season sliding for the majority of country associations few awards of the mail medal remain to be made for the fairest and most Brilliant players. The minor round of the Adelaide Plains association closed with the Peries played last week and the Winner of the medal is c. S. Rowe two Wells. Competition for the Honor of being adjudged the fairest and most Brilliant player in the association was very keen. As with most of the decisions made to Date Lowe was successful by Only the Barest of margins from a. Webb dub Lin. The result of the voting for the port Augusta association will not be known pending the result of an enquiry submitted to the association officials. Both the Yorke s Peninsula and Quorn associations finished their minor rounds today and the result of the voting Foi these two centres will be known nest week. Medals of a special design Are now to course of manufacture and arrangements will be made for their presentation to All the successful country players towards the end of this month. Restoration of �8 Cut Canberra saturday. There is every likelihood that the Commonwealth government will restore to Public servants the �8 Cost of living allowance by which their salaries were reduced last year. This will Cost the government about �250,000. Although pressure is being brought to Bear on the government to restore por Tion of the salary taken from Public servants it is not expected that this will be done this year. It would be extremely unwise for the government to attempt to restore any of the premiere plan Cut. Unless it was pre pared to make similar concessions to other sections upon which the Premier 6 plan imposed sacrifices. The government s internal creditors would be entitled to complain if one Sec Tion which Sut a Ort i aug ular. Were to lie relieved am others Nerie Csc in. If i had a barrel or Diamond rings Ami a hops eau Fuli of gom Vittli rubies and Ian hire. L a envy of Kins Aye if i had wealth untold i could do no of Cutter Tor Cou re and Coin if i searched on a vide world tour. Than to buy it and try it thai Rem Xhu wid ores. ,.cmsalul cure to overcome indigestion As indigestion is almost always due to excess stomach acid and medical men Are agreed on Thistle commonsense Way to get Relief is to counteract the acidity and for this purpose you will find nothing else so Good As Bis rated magnesia. The moment it reaches your stomach Bis rated magnesia Neu tralies excess acid and positively ends pain and discomfort furthermore it soothes and heals the inflamed stomach lining and restores Good digestion to that you enjoy your food and derive full Benefit from it. Every chemist Sells Bis rated magnesia the antacid stomach remedy which is prescribed by doctors and used throughout the world. Look for the Oval Bis mag Trade Mark of each package. Reid Brosic Timber i joinery Writt for free flans & prices. 17 i indeed Street. Adelaide. Between . And education building. India May Ham control of Aden to Britain Calcutta. Saturday. The future administration of Aden was the subject of a Breezy debate in the Council of state. It was proposed that control should be transferred from Simla to London. The official View is that Aden is too far from India and should be under Imperial control. This would mean an annual Savins to India of two million rupees �150,000. There is Indian opposition to the Transfer and it has bean pointed out that the resultant loss to Indian revenues of the Salt tax and income tax would a serious Ako Indian sentiment is. Again i the Transfer. The inhabitants of Aden appear indifferent so Lone As the Chance does no affect them individually while the ions View is that the controversy should be ended by a Plain statement Jav the British government to the Indian legislature that what is now ours by consent we shall continue to hold by consent. We Are inv time you to Rule Vona own possessions but Yon cannot control ours the response to bargain opera at. The hippodrome in new York where Aida was offered at prices ranging from 1/ to about 4/, surpassed even the fondest Hopes of those behind the venture. On the opening night hundreds were turned away

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