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Adelaide Mail (Newspaper) - September 12, 1936, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia Haig s i Scotland s i i oldest i whisky Clipper tobacco Large plot for pipe smoker Light and dare Price and goal Ftp in to everybody Sou a Esu Cornell United a Blaide. Fierce nazi tirade would have meant War in 1914 directed at Russia London saturday. Before 1914 the nazi leaders anti russian tirade at Nuremberg would Hare meant War within 24 hours. This comment was made by a personage of High position in both old and new Germany to a special correspondent of the times at Nuremberg. Or. Arthur Brisbane who has just returned to new York from Paris regards Europe As � smouldering Volcano waiting for the eruption that a Fol shake the foundations of civilisation. How far the nazi Campaign against Russia will be allowed to go depends to some extent on world reaction to last nights outburst but it will not be surprising if Hitler brings the Cru Sade against bolshevism to a Crescendo with some startling announcement. Germany s first object is to secure a weakening of the Franco soviet pact. In any Case it Hopes to win Britain s adherence against bolshevism in a Cru Sade under German leadership. Bid Fob support thus financial and economic support might be ensured for Germany where other arguments failed. Meanwhile every minor official is following the example of the nazi leaders and is delivering speeches full of lurid pictures of the soviet that a moral War now exists Between Germany and Russia is the interpretation of be journal Paris of the situation. The two countries it says Are now engaged in a struggle the consequences of which none can fore see. Reception disappoints the Nuremberg correspondent of the daily Telegraph draws attention to a speech by Herr Bohle who was born in Bradford and is gaining More and More influence in German foreign policy. He declared that a German is a Ger Man whoever he May be and. That he has certain god Given duties which he cannot escape without betraying Providence. According to the Berlin correspondent of the daily Telegraph official circles Are disappointed at Britain s Cool reception of the Nuremberg out burst and the failure to grasp the fact that Hitler is the divinely appointed Saviour of Europe. However some admit that the Vio Lence of the speeches Defeated their purpose. Indignation expressed by the German minister of propaganda or. Goebbels at Russia s Lack of respect of personal Freedom is regarded As rather pointless in Germany where the secret police system is modelled on the russian Opu and is just As ruthless. Third death in family Sydney saturday. L Utrie third tune within six x weeks death struck the Gil Bert family of Scarborough Street Kearah. Today when their nine year old son was drowned before the eyes of his Little sister in a canal near Barton Street Kogarah. Brian Harry Gilbert was sailing boats with his 11-year-old sister Joy Alice when he fell into the ma1 there were numbers of cricketers and spectators in Scarborough Park in which the canal is situated but they were some distance away and could not hear the cries for help. The girl ran to or. J. H. Studdon of Garden Street Kogarah who ran to the scene and brought the boy to the surface. Police and the St George s District ambulance were called and ambulance officers and sgt. Scott con stable Scott and Constable Williams of Kogarah working in relays tried artificial respiration on the boy for More than an hour. 318,300 at show easy record records for attendances and ? Gate takings were smashed by the Centenary year Royal show j which concluded at Bayville to i night with a naval and military Tattoo. In it 500 sailors and soldiers took part in a display which was carried out with clock like precision every item Starling exactly on time. Today s crowd 33,900 brought the aggregate attendance for the seven Days to 318,800, eclipsing last years total by 50,820 and the record year 1934 by 36,500. Of today s crowd 16300 passed through the Gate during the Day and 17,100 tonight. The Gate takings which amounted to �1,237 today brought the aggregate to � 10,366, which is � 1,339 More than the previous Best of �9,027, established in 1934, when the Duke of Gloucester a presence attracted vast crowds to Way Ville. Show attendances for the past three rears 35 1936 saturday 16,780 24,650 39,544 monday ? 1m55 15,030 21,956 tuesday 26,213 33,500 40,850 wednesday. 81.030 63,275 60,950 thursday. 68,750 75,700 86.600 i Friday ? 51.678 33,535 44,500 6atbrday ? ? a sch 22.810 33,900 totals. 281300 267.480 318.300 naturally we set out during Cen Tenary year to stage a show worthy of the occasion and with the admirable support of exhibitors and competitors and the Goodwill of the Public we have succeeded in a measure almost beyond our expectations said the Secre tary of the Royal agricultural and horticultural society or. H. J. Fin Nis tonight. Half populace there Many people have expressed the opinion that the show has been quite unequalled in the annals of the society and with attendances Well above the record there is natural gratification for All concerned. Although the weather at the outset was not All that could be desired it improved towards the end of the week and had an import ant effect on our attendances. The society would like to express thanks to those organisations which had materially helped to. Provide at Tractive ring programmes to tie naval and military authorities to the police and to the trotting association. The attendance figures represent More than half the entire population of the state. This suggests that South Australia is definitely show minded. The attendances Bear a greater proportion to the population of South Australia an is the we with the show i any other state of the common wealth. \ ? ? there is not the slightest doubt that the show has afforded the Opportunity for people in the country to meet their City friends and those from other country centres to renew old Friend ships and make new ones. It has Given the business Man a Chance to bring his wares under the notice of a clientele which might not otherwise have been so easily reached show results Page 15 tonight s Tattoo Page 16. Shed Burnt in Keswick fire damage estimated at Between �200 and �300 was caused by a fire which broke out on the property of or. Via Ripe Tov. At Ashford Road Keswick shortly after 9 o clock Tonioni. A shed containing furniture Micua ing a piano was Burnt. The property was insured. Good work by the Theberton fire brigade which was summoned from a Street fire alarm prevented the fire from spreading to adjoining property. A shed owned by or. John Taylor was in danger. The occupants of the House on the property where the fire broke out have been away from Home for seve ral Days. The cause of the fire is unknown. Works hitch in Redhill Quarry outsider comes to grief in steeplechase at Cheltenham because Over wide screens were allowing too much Sand to get into the Metal 60 men employed in Stone Quarry a Ahnne three Miles from the town for use on the Redhill port pm Sec Tion of the Redhill port Augusta rail Way have been thrown out of work. The screens will be replaced during the week end however and the men and 13 others employed in a Metal lifting gang will resume work on monday. High command Long priced starter gifts his rider h. Neve a spectacular fall at the second jump Down the Side in the port Adelaide Steeple Chase at Cheltenham this afternoon. In Staciana t. Ryan which finished second is also in the picture. Momand a at Adelaide at Helten a the Relief in budget next week Cabinet yet to decide a reduction in the general in come tax rate a cat in the amuse wit tax and other concessions Ife addition to those already Aik bounced Murinjr me Progress 01 Ute taxation Bill thrones the Assem Bly amounting in All to a consider Able sum Are anticipated in the Long delayed budget which the Premier or. Butler will deliver on tuesday night. Because of the unexpected reduction of �170,000 in the disabilities Grant to this state. Or. Butler has stated that he can see no other course open than to budget for a deficit. ? the whole position will be discussed by the Premier with his ministers in Cabinet on monday. Discussion will Centre on the Revenue Side of the Bud get As or. Butler considers now that it is impossible to alter the expenditure j estimated for the present financial year j considerable redrafting of the Bud get has already taken place since thursday when the report of the com j Mon wealth Grants commission Wasi released. I the deliberations on monday will i have an important bearing on Donees a Sions to be granted 4o the taxpayers even at that late hour it May be decided to curtail the Relief which it was proposed to give to some extent to vhf Benefit Many or. Butler May be influenced How Ever by the knowledge that his expectations have been More than realised in his last two budgets and that the surpluses have been greater than anticipated. In any Case taxpayers May confidently anticipate some appreciable Relief. The Cut in the general rate will Bene fit More than 80,000 taxpayers. It has been predicted in political circles that the Cut May be 3d. In the Pound. It is known that the Premier is giving serious consideration to this question. This will be one of the principal Points discussed in Cabinet on monday. A reduction in the amusement tax is regarded As certain. A request for this was made some time ago by proprietors of picture theatres and others and since then the Premier has asked them to Supply him with additional in formation. In some quarters a Cut of 50 per cent in this tax is expected. It has been estimated that a reduction of this extent would represent a saving of �50,000 a year to amusement patrons. Or. Butler has already Given an Assurance that the �52.000 represented by the disallowance of Federal tax As a deduction in state income tax a provision which was included in the taxation Bill recently will be returned to the taxpayers. The allowance of funeral and dental expenses As a deduction also provided for in the taxation Bill will mean a saving of about �25,000 to taxpayers. The Bill also provided for the Exten Sion of the permission to deduct medi Cal dental and funeral expenses up to �50 in All to persons in receipt of an income in excess of �650 a year diminishing on a graduated scale when the income reached �1.000 a year. Disabilities Grant referring to the Cut in the disabilities Grant or. Butler said today that the prime minister or. Lyons in a communication had inferred that South Australia had acquiesced to the last two reports and should accept this year s in the same spirit. Or. Butler said that although South Australia had accepted the Money it had not agreed with the methods adopted in assessing the disabilities. In fact the under treasurer or. Stuckey had made a Strong protest on this Point last year. The commission in its latest report held that this state did not suffer any disabilities under federation but had natural disabilities. That was a Point on which the South australian govern ment disagreed. Fine and mild a tomorrow the weather should be Fine and mild later becoming Cloudy and unsettled said the government meteorologist or. Bromley late tonight unsettled weather is approaching Butte cause of the widespread nature of the disturbance it May not bring rain by tomorrow. Sunbathers Welcome Opportunity to Tan today metropolitan beaches were popular this afternoon. Many Hardy visitors had their first swim for the season but others were Content to bask in the Spring Sunshine. Here Are some who sunbathe at Glen Elf. From left they Are e. Bawden miss m. Ward j. Hobby Hiss t. Bawden and d. Collaton. Big Day in . Sport crowds at racing Golf and football several records broken today was a big Day in sport in Adelaide. At Seaton 2,000 spectators watched Sarazen win the state s greatest golfing event and at Cheltenham another Large crowd witnessed Limond lad Romp Home an easy Winner in the guineas. Over 20,000 attended the football Semi final on the Adelaide Oval where North Defeated South. The Centenary open golfing event carried with it a �250 prize and As was expected. Gene Sarazen. The genial american professional one of the finest gaiters and shot makers the world has Ever seen won it by the handsome margin of 10 strokes. In doing so he broke the coarse record or a single round with a Brilliant 68, the course record for for rounds with 283, and. With 283, equalled the australian record for four rounds. Sarazen attracted the gallery each Day and this afternoon almost 2,000 spectators including his excellency the governor general lord Gowrie his excellency the governor sir Winston Dugan and the Earl of Ranfurly Fol Lowed him. When he was presented with the first prize by lord Gowrie Sarazen said he was delighted with his visit to Ade Laide. With a genial smile he added just let me know when you Are going to have another tournament Uke this he concluded by saying that he hoped to visit Adelaide again. Football Semi final in league football on Adelaide Oval North followed up their dramatic win Over Glenelg by defeating South by 28 Points in the first Semi final thus earn ing the right to meet the loser of the port Sturt encounter. Farmer by scoring four goals broke his own record of 128 goals and brought Bis tally for the season to 131 goals. The attendance at the Semi final to Day was 20,200, which is an increase of 1,600 on the crowd which attended the first Semi final last year. Port guineas at Cheltenham the High priced Limond lad showed his Best form in winning the guineas from Gold Tress and Brave lad. Last year mrs. Jolly won the same race with Beamish boy. He came Down my face came Down at the same time with a smack on the horse s neck. The blow caught me right across the nose and i Felt myself losing consciousness. But i determined to stick it out at All costs. It was my first race Over hurdles and i wanted badly to win on musician who was also having his first run in a hurdle event. What happened after the Accident until after i had cleared the third hurdle i am not very dear about. My senses seemed to have left me but i have a hazy recollection of Clearing the second and third. After Clearing the third hurdle said Dyer i seemed to get a grip on myself and went All out to win. The pain in my face was terrible but my head cleared and All i wanted was to get in front and stay there operation on Captain Rasman drama Sydney saturday. News is anxiously awaited in Sydney of the result of the fight that is being waged nut on the Tasman to save the life of the commander of the liner Marama capt. B. M. Kane who was attacked by acute appendicitis. Unable to reach the Niagara and secure the Aid of another doctor in time the Marama altered her course for Wellington and the surgeon in tended to carry out a difficult operation Lone handed in a rising . Both liners left Sydney on thursday afternoon the Niagara for Auckland and the Marama for Wellington. Last night capt. W. Martin of the Niagara sent a radio message to the Sydney office of the Union steamship co. Stat ing that he had received word from the Marama that capt Kane had Deve loped acute appendicitis and that or. Mercer the ship s surgeon considered an operation should be performed at once. Or. Mercer wanted the assistance of or. Sweeney of the Niagara. The liners exchanged messages and both deviated from their courses steaming at full Speed towards each other. Chief officer t. Bevan took Over command of the Marama but the ship was unable to connect with the Niagara. In a message sent later in the night capt. Martin reported that he had been in communication again with the a Rama. Or. Bevan reported to him that increasingly bad weather was making the time of Contact Uncertain and or. Mercer considered that he could de Lay operation no longer. Or. Bevan decided to alter course again and go straight to Wellington. No further messages were received in Sydney and it is assumed that or. Mercer operated. Capt. Kane is new to the Tasman passenger service. He recently was in the passenger Steamer Tamazine. On the new zealand coast president of . To visit Australia the president of the . Lord Somers will arrive in Australia during the third test match in Melbourne according to a letter received by the Secretary of the Board of control or. W. H. Jeanes today. In his letter lord Somers said that he would leave England at the begin Ning of december and would arrive in Melbourne 6n january 3. Game fight by jockey Hurt but wins Sydney. Saturday. Righting desperately to retain consciousness after he had suffered a smashing blow in the face Alf Dyer apprentice Ioc Kev. Made Racine history at Randwick today. Taking part in his first race Over hurdles. Dyer in spite of his injuries Rode musician to Victory in the trial hurdle. His mount neglected by the bookmakers paid a tote dividend of �54/14/ for 10/. Dazed and bleeding when he Dis mounted. Dyer collapsed but he soon recovered sufficiently to return to his Home at Laceyville where his parents were anxiously awaiting his arrival. The Story is one of great courage and determination. Dyer s performance Stamps him As a fearless and Clever rider. With a strip of sticking plaster across his injured nose and his face very swollen Dyer who is Only 19, appeared to be Little the worse for his ordeal. Stor of Accident the Accident happened at the first hurdle he said. My mount jumped very High before Clearing it and my i foot came out of the Iron. Musician cleared the obstacle with ease but Ai Golf player loses �25 a Golf Ball which this afternoon did not travel accurately for 3 it. On the last Green at Seaton. Cost a Laver �25. The player was Fergus Mcmahon open Golf Champion of Australia. He was two strokes behind n. Von Nida when the fourth round began but had picked them up at the turn. He was out in 36 and Home in 36, including three putts on the last. Von Nida ont in 38, came Home in 36 to tie for second place. Second Money was �75, and third �25. They divided the Prises taking �50 each. This Hole has been a bad one for Mcmahon through the whole meet ing. He has played it four times and taken three putts on three occasions. Stop press message from Marama Sydney. Union company to night received a message from the Marama. Capt. Kane s condition satisfactory Story on Page 1. Wrestling draw at the City Baths Billy Meeske Australia and Douglas Clarke England secured one fall each and the match was drawn. Stick Likely clue used As petrol measure what police think Sydney. Saturday. A Doe which might Lead detectives to the solution of the mysterious disappearance of William Henry Lavers 49, a week ago from his Glenelg garage 12 Miles from Grenfel is in the hands of the police. It is a piece of Brown coloured Cor Nice Wood which the police think was used As a petrol measure by the occupants of the slate Grey old tourer they Are seeking. The stick was found outside Lavers store when the police arrived but at first no importance was attached to it it appeared to be a piece of Wood which had become broken away from its position in some House where floor ing boards and Wall meet. It was about 18 in. Long and not stained. The police took Possession of it detectives have made inquiries concerning the stick and Are now certain that it was not owned locally. They Appeal to anyone particularly garage owners to report immediately to the nearest police station if they have at any time seen such a stick used by anyone As a petrol measure. Police now doubt whether the blood found on the Bridge at Collif s Cross ing is human blood. The whole area is simmering with excitement at tomorrow s huge search plans. Local residents spent the entire Day yesterday planning a search on Semi military lines. They have carefully marked off areas to be Pat rolled by captains in charge of squads. Between 500 and 600 men will take part in the search and an area of 300 Square Miles will be thoroughly combed. The men Woi work in pairs and when a squad finishes the sector marked off to it fee tracks will be re traced by different pairs As a Check. This is being done to ensure that not a single Yard of Bush will be left unexamined. Crews will Man six boats which will patrol and drag the Lachlan Biver. Dynamite will be used to release what Ever May be caught in the bed of 8� lagoons and lakes. Team in car crash nine injured thirty two players and offi -1 vials of the Sturt b Grade football team had narrow escapes from serious in Surv when a motor coach in which they were travel Ling overturned in third Avenue Prospect this afternoon. The crash brought hundreds of people to the spot and a remarkable scene of confusion confronted them. Players imprisoned in the wrecked bus struggled to find a Way out. Those who emerged first quickly Lent a hand to the others. Only the Iron Frame of the coach saved them from being crushed. Nine men were treated for injuries three at the Adelaide Hospital and six. By or. H. F. Dunstan at his surgery near the scene of the Accident. They were Don Baldock 19, of Hill Street Parkside broken jaw. Frank Aistrope 23, of Constance Street Cottonville Gash in forehead. Charles Aistrope 19, of Constance Avenue Cottonville braised Chest these men were treated at the Hospi Tal. The chairman of the Start foot Ball club or. J. K. Alderman broken rib. Co now broken Collarbone. H. Orig of colonel Light Gar Dens broken ribs. W. Martin of Bayville cat head. Alex. Simpson of. Unley cat head. Thomas Ingram of Parkside injured ear. These men were treated by or. Dun Stan. The motor coach was extensively damaged. One Side was smashed and the roof was broken in. The vehicle was insured. The Driver of the coach j. Bing of Robsart Street Parkside said that the party was going to Wallaroo for a week end trip. While the coach was travelling North along the main North Road Prospect a motor cyclist passed it and went in front. Or. Bing said that he had to swerve sharply to the right to avoid the Cyc list. The coach skidded turned into third Avenue and overturned. One of the last of the men to be extricated from the coach had petrol from a tank on his face. Or. 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