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Adelaide Mail (Newspaper) - September 16, 1933, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia you will never taste finer cocktail than Gin and two All hotels Pei bottle. 6/9 hip fat. 5/8. Greatest stir in Nira history or. Lang petitions the King Roosevelt repudiates agreement action surprises All his followers mail special representative new York saturday. President Roosevelt provided the greatest sensation to Date in All Nira National Industrial re covery act history by refusing to accept the agree ment reached after a Long and bitter debate by employers and labor advisers of Nira on the much-Dis-1 muted labor provisions of the National recovery act. Hie move follows closely on the reports of the recurrence of wholesale violence on the Pennsylvania coalfields where 16 men were shot this prompted or. Roosevelt directly to intervene in the code negotiations. He Curtly demanded agreement from the employers to an amended code. Or. A Sevelt s action surprises everyone including the administrator of Nira Ien. Johns Narbo very happily endorsed the agreement. Or. Roosevelt takes the stand that a Section of the cod is very Plain English and interpretations will be made Only when specific cases arise. Until then he does not deem it advisable to Issue any hypothetical interpretations Ever since the National Industrial re covery act was passed Tabor provisions have been the source of disputes All Over the country. Employers charged that organised Union forces. Led by the presi Dent of the american federation of labor or. William Greenhead openly in Sag cd in a Campaign to use the Section As fulcrum for unionisation of All Industry. Workers misled workers have been Inu sled into believing that the Only Way that they could obtain the benefits intended by the sup porters of Nira was to join a Union. Motor car manufacturers viewed this labor Campaign so seriously that they refused to consent to their code until pro vision was inserted qualifying the Section and recognising the right of employers to hire or dismiss workers on the bask of a nerf str efficiency. Advisory Board which accepted the Auto code with complaints and ? i livings announced its unalterable Opprel Ion ,. Gutting the clause in any other once president Roosevelt and Gen. Johnson confirmed the Board s stand. Threat of break for a time an open Breaf was threat ened and the possibility of the Resigna Tion of the whole Industrial advisory Board was freely rumoured. Finally a meeting Between the labor Ard Industrial boards was arranged. The chairman of the labor Board saying he realised the seriousness of the employers position drafted a statement under which Ibe rights of both employers and labor were reviewed. The employers approved of the state ment but the remaining members of the labor Board disagreed with their Chat i Man. Or. Green refused to sign it. Finally after a spirited argument by the employers and Days of bitter discussion daring which employers charged labovites were wrecking Nira labor capitulated. An agreement was signed by both Par ties and immediately hailed As a treaty of Industrial peace sow comes the dictatorial action of or. Roosevelt which places the parties where they were at the beginning. Jury acquits Chicago a Jug Leader proceedings like comic opera Chicago saturday. Gangster congratulated the jury to re turning a verdict of not guilty on a charge of vagrancy against the colourful under world Leader Spike o Donnell. Who has been in the limelight since Al. Capone was imprisoned the judge was forced to Clear the court when the spectators cheered o Donnell and Hie gangster friends. The proceedings were like a comic opera. One gangster called As a wit Ness of character when asked his address said that t he changed it frequently and did not know his present address till he looked up his Book. O Donnell kept the court alive with witty sallies at the expense of the prosecutor. When asked an involved question whether his reputation on the Date of the warrant was that a Eun Carrier he responded. Come again shove that thing round Ai Little plainer. Or prosecutor a retired policewoman said she bad known o Donnell 6ince his birth and he Lorr an unblpmirhpo1 reputation. ?. I bitter election fight for victorian seat Melbourne saturday. When count ing finished tonight for the Polwarth Western District in election for Tho legislative Assembly a. Mcdonald m a p \ had a Clear Lead of nearly 600 votes Over Dedman lab. With at Leas. 50 per cent of the votes recorded for Howey . Likely to to to him. So to Iid i. Aspired of the seat. Only about goo Votee. Including Ami Dulara Lioja votes have yet in be counted the figures Ait John j. Dedman lab ? 3.1m 1 George Howey ? 230 i Allan it u.a.p.3,943 i . Loan for soviet to buy american products Washington saturday. The reconstruction finance corporation today decided to extend to the soviet govern ment the same financial facility that it ? gave to China recently in the form of a loan of 50 million dollars 10 million pounds at Par to facilitate Purchase by j China of Cotton. The corporation has approved of a fur ther credit to the soviet of so to 75 Mil j i Kolbl Hulst Roosevelt lion dollars 10 to 15 million pounds at. Parto be used to Purchase Cotton cop per and aluminium. The soviet Trade organisation amt org is ready to sign As soon As agreement is reached on the interest rate and i maturity and the amount of Purchase Price that the soviet will be called on to j pay. The indications Are that m. Bog nov. The chairman of amt org is for better terms than those of Tho previous loan of four million dollars �800.000 at Par in july which bore interest at 5 per cent., and was repayable in one year. Wheat for East a conference began at Portland Ore Iton yesterday to discuss the agriculture department s plan to Avert a collapse of wheat prices in the North West states be cause of the huge stores of wheat on hand the plan is to subsidise the Export us to 35 million bushels at a prospective loss of seven million dollars �1.400.000. It is expected that the wheat will Eoma Only to the Orient at a Norire of from 15 to 20 cents 7m d to Lod below the Domestic level. Funds for financing the surplus stocks will be obtained from the 30 Centt 1/3 a Bushel processing tax on flour Milline. For each 30 cents. 2 Cente id is earmarked to provide a fund for re moving burdensome surpluses. 9 Rabbit traps in Eagle s nest Melbourne saturday. A Man who climbed to an Eagle s nest at Bridgewater near Bendigo found nine Rabbit traps in the nest. The Bird had apparently specialised in a form of Hunting made easy for it by taking rabbits caught in traps. Cars collide in City seven people including there lit be Chil Dren. remarkable Gestapo from in jury Wynn two motor oars collided fide in at the Corner of Hutt ind Halifax streets tins afternoon the Impact slowed the cars round in. The Slippery rain Sodden Roa-1. Until they came to a standstill close to the foot path in front of Mann s wine Saloon. J the prompt and level headed action o. The two Drivers. Or Matthew hear Ley j Thomas a de 49. Of Jelloe venue. King s Park and mrs. Marraret . 42. Of Tiev Orten i venue Glen j Uri a prevented a serious mrs Sheri in. To had three Youn Foj children in her car. Was trave Lina North j lion Hutt Street and or Thomas who his wife and another passenger in his car. Was travelling South a Lour Hutt trept fee was about to turn Inu Halij fax Street when the collision occurred. J the left Bact and fron Nuiji guards and running Board of or. Thorny car were buckled ind then Hack and front mudguards of mrs. Herwit ? car. Were damaged. Thrilling football grim Battle ends in tie North s rally by High flier while an excited crowd roared it self hoarse North and Norwood battled grimly today in one of the hardest fought and most thrilling Lea Cue font Hall Sou ii finals up ii on the Adelaide Oval for years. After North by a Fine recovery bail j snatched the Lead late in the last Quarter Norwood whipped on a Oal to give then. A one Point advantage. With the clock showing More than five minutes past 5 and the final Bell Likely. To ring at any second. North made an other desperate Effort and a Point made the scores level. When the Ball again came into play. It. J seemed certain that North if they had the time could Force another Point to give them Victory. ? replay next saturday but the Bell made a memorable match a draw and served to extend the 1933 sea son another week. The match will be replayed on saturday in place of the second Semi final Between Sturt and Torrens which will take place the following week. It was a hard clogging game fought in slush and mud a driving wind and in almost continuous rain. But the closeness of the Battle made even the spectators for get the rain for Hundred stood out in the open to cheer the teams on. North appeared to be fading when a ? Brilliant Daish by Furler roused them to j a great Effort. Five behind in to Row j had disheartened the red and Whitee a the j Start of the last Quarter but then Camp furs Brilliant Effort and in a second j North were transformed. Rose to occasion the creat hearted Norwood Side Rose to j the occasion in Fine style and the team provided a last minute fit rat that compel j sat a the crowd for an afternoon i enl j in the rain. I there should be a record crowd to wit Ness the replay next saturday. If Hawk and Mackay Are available North will place a much stronger team in the Field Given a firm turf Anil a dry Ball North May j Clinch their claim to it lit out the pre i Nii i ship with Sturt and Torr new. I Sturt and Torrens will not Welcome the replay for it Nievano that the winners of the second Semi final will play Only Mil match in four weeks which May serve to i upset form. Full details on Page 9 \ ? i Onka paring loses her rider in today s Steeple a remarkable picture taken when g. Dally teas jolted off Onka paring at the last Fence in the port Ade Laid steeplechase at the Cheltenham races this afternoon. The other horse in the picture is the Veteran chateau boy l. To Genz Echo went on to twin from Warr Koo and . Broken nose for sixth time t. O Brien the 19-year-old Norwood Follower ha6 had his nose broken six times in two years and yet he keeps run Nav Niy football he broke Hia nose ast saturday but was plucky enough to Plav in the league Semi final against North to Day. Luck wag against him. As he received a Knock which put his Node out of shape again making the fourth this season. The nose was set tonight by or. Harry Pellew. And o Brien say he will play again next saturday. The Norwood Secretary or. T. 8. Hill Saih Toni Erht that o Brien was the Luckiest player he knew. Hurricane hits . Seaboard new York. Saturday. A Hurricane struck Lookout. North Carolina late last night sending a heavy Gale up towards the North Atlantic Seaboard which iia-1 been lashed All thrown Friday try increase Ingy heavy rain and driving wind. I the coastguard Cutter Pamlico raced to Norfolk. . And sent a Rad out wag that Tho wind had a by of 7 min an hour and that Tho Tido was the Iii Heet ? Ever known. I the Lull Force of the tropical storm if. to be Felt later Thijs torn no. With its Centre Pae sinc the Virginia sea port Early this Atterson. Youth Dies beside sweetheart double tragedy in Bush Sydney. Saturday. Believed to have lured his 15-year-old j sweetheart into lonely Wood off the Oberne Road about five Miles from tar Cutta this afternoon a Man hot her dead and then blew Tho top off ins Noaa with a Shotgun. The victims were Audrey Lola Stockwell. Aged 15. Ronald Haggard 25. Of tar Cutta. Tho polite believe that tie tragedy j the result of a death pact the couple had been keeping company for some Timo. About 7 . The girl was missed from her Home and a search was begun. It ended about 3 . When in a Little j Clearing in thick Bush about 200 Yards Oft the Oberne Road searchers found the ? bodies. The girl s body was propped up Aga not a tree. She had been shot through the j left breast. Nearby the police found strips of a handkerchief from which hag Gars is believed to have made a mask Eoj that she would not know the moment that her sudden death wag coming. I hangar s body was beside that of his sweetheart. Near him was a Shotgun to he trigger of which a piece of string had been tied. The Man apparently fixed the attachment so that he could pull the trigger and die beside the girl. The bodies were removed to the Ragga morgue. Kept on ringing the hell at Adelaide Oval kept ringing after the Start of today s match until it was stopped by or. J Alderman chairman of set. Who used his umbrella la at Val kept ringing atch until stopped by r. J of Garden contest judging in the first week in october the a Lidirea for the mai1. Anion con in tuition Musio. W Dpi in Hackett. A. A . Form City Gardener. And Seii Wiira ii Iii expert of Tho mail 1 will be in nudging a list of entrants appears on Page 5. Guard for Minooka excitement j in America. Onrush race Van Lottner. Sati Irav. Special precautions Are being taken to prevent possible interference to the australian invader Minooka whose match with Onrush is scheduled for this afre Noou at the Lon acres track. An armed guard has Leen stationed in Minooka s stall for the past three Days. Because of lain Tinero was Monif doubt whether the match would take place today but latest reporte from the track indicate that there is still a Chance of the race being held. At Lon acres excitement is at fever heat. Partisan feeling m running High. Heavy wagering has taken place with the Odds Only slightly favouring Minooka. This is the result of the modest time registered by Minooka on a Muddy track on thursday morning. Minooka fit but his Trainer m. Pokon declared de finitely that Minooka 16 fit and that on a dry track a world record would be established. The weather however u unfavourable drizzling rain has made the track heavy. Poleon Gays that it will be dangerous if the rain continues As below the covering of dirt the track is hard a 6teel. Representations by Rufe Naylor to the club management tonight resulted in the special precaution of rolling the race track. If it is Fine tomorrow the manage ment will take the unusual course of hurdling part of the track to prevent morning gallops damaging it. The Public and management of the track Are showing sportsmanlike feeling towards the invader. Everybody is anxious to Aee the contest staged under fair conditions. Trainers reticent j both trainers refuse to discuss How the race will be run. Australians think that ours a will make Minooka Lead and rely on the american s finish to win the race in the last Furlong. Onrush is used to running in the and will be Ridden by the High class horse Man Larold Grayson. Edgar Britt in confident that Given Fine weather Minooka will equal his Best australian performance. The match will be delayed two Houre to enable a grader to be used on the track at the conclusion Oil other races to remove the mud. There has been no further development about the Challenge to equipoise and other horses. Those concerned Are presumably waiting the result of today s race but a suming arrangements Are completed Minooka will leave by train for Mary Laud or new York in about five Days time. The final civic Oryan recital of the pre font series will be in by the City Orga nist or. Harold wide in the Adelaide town Hall at 1.15 of in on wednesday another request programme will be submitted. Good wine needs no Bush it is not always Safe to judge a bottle by its Label even though the Label says something As innocent As non alcoholic product of the Vine Home made Muscat grape juice a Royal show exhibitor brought in a bottle of labelled won a prize with it and went Home leaving the mild Little bottle behind among the scones and afternoon Tea sets in the women s industries Pavilion. Last night an attendant noticed the grape juice behaving strangely it waa j simmering and bubbling As no Crape i juice should. Today a curious crowd gathered round the non alcoholic pro duct of the Vine sure enough it waa working strongly and every hour brought it nearer to being a j bottle of vigorous Muscat wine the exhibitor will not be deprived of the prize for the grape juice d change of front did not take Pla a until after the award was made. Excellent rain As Climax to great Royal show 236,000 visit Bayville in week takings �7,706 following closely on a record Royal show and on the Bountiful Rains that fell a fortnight ago further useful Falls were reported from most of the state s agricultural areas this afternoon and tonight. They will serve to consolidate the Bright seasonal out look which has been reflected in the optimistic tone of producers and business men at the show. Because of the rain Only 4,430 people attended the final sessions of the show today and tonight. This brings the aggregate for the show to 236,260, compared with 238,600 last year and 261,000 in 1929 the record year for attendances. In spite of the smaller attendance the Tak Ings this year were higher than last year being �7,706 Asra inst �7.560. River rises at j Clare j today s heavy radius at Clare have Swol Len the Hutt River in which the two Langridge boys were drowned a fortnight ago. The River is expected to run a banker late tonight or tomorrow. Up to 10 . 60 Points had fallen in Adelaide. A Sheet of water covered the showgrounds Oval and the bands had to p a in the grandstands. The opportune Falls during the past 24 hours should do much to consolidate the excellent seasonal position created during the past three weeks. But although the agricultural areas Are benefiting dust Torme were still raging to right in the dry North East pastoral noun try and prospects of rain were note a hopeful earlier it appeared that the disturbance might pass into this country but it was now making towards Tasmania. The disturbance which has brought this rain is probably the most energetic that has passed through South austra Thalia this year or. Bromley said. More Falls Likely the barometer is still Low and further Falls can be expected. As far As the metropolitan area is concerned tomorrow should be cold and squally. Breaks of Fine weather May be experienced but showers can be expected unless much More rain Falls there is Little danger of floods in the lower reaches of the Torrens. At 8 . Four inches of water was flowing Over the Grorge Weir. This is indicative of Good Rains in the catchment area but is not a flood level. The following Telephone reports were received from country centres tonight clares steady Rains All the afternoon. A slackening noticed towards evening but still raining. More expected. High winds. Hawker steady rain All Day. Windy and cold. About 30 Points registered up to 6 o clock. More expected. Maitland rained steadily throughout the Day with High winds. About half an Inch estimated. Probably More to come. Quorn exceptionally heavy downpour estimated at about 70 Points. Still rain ing with High winds. Pinnaroo about 45 Points. Still rain ing. Heavy downpour this afternoon. Likely to aet through tie night. High winds. Naracoorte steady rain All Day Slack ening towards evening. Still raining and Likely to continue. Port Lincoln steady rain All Day. Still raining. The rain affected attendances at the show the Cheltenham races and the Norwood North Semi final football match. Several sports meetings including the Rifle shooting at port Adelaide and the . Sports at the Prince Alfred College grounds were postponed 4,430 at show today today s Royal show attendances and takings were Day 3,350 ? �115 night 1,080 ? �35 totals 4,430. ? �150 ? cad do Csc Olur it Llloyd 1 i i i Rev. N. R. Hill Dies the Rev. X. R. Hill Baptist minister of Young Street Park Side who received serious head in Jiries when the Cycle he was Riding collided with a motor car in Rose Park on thursday died in the Adelaide Hospital tonight. Flood feared the Gumera Rha police tonight rave wan in that the River i King rapidly. City wrestling Joe Dawson Defeated Jack Tiger Higgins. By two Falls to on 3 in the wrestling match at the City Huefe Alisa ight. Potral eighth Kounat Good finish to Good show a Good finish to a Good show is a Good rain said the president of the Royal show or. Walter Duncan As be watched the rain beating Down this show has proved the ultimate solidity and courage of the farming Community was How the Secretary or. Fin Nis summarised it. Rain was pouring when the band pro gramme scheduled for 8 o clock tonight should have begun and As it continued steadily ail the Oval marches had to be abandoned. The bands played several numbers in the grandstands which were crowded with people seeking shelter. Results of the events were not announced however As the representative of the bands association or. J Maxeal will have to consult his committee before making the results Public because of the altered arrangements. The competitors were the Hindmarsh colonel Light Gar Dens Mitcham Theberton. And Glenelg bands. The birth of twin calves to the Cham Pion Jersey cow. Melvin Duchess struck another note of Prosperity today. Or. Charles Verco. Jun., of it. Compass Sta Tion which owns Melvin Duchem. Valued two Leggy Bull calves at �100 each. Making Home a better j place to live in when you enter a Home furnished by Edds you Are instantly conscious of Good taste of the fact that you re in a Home where people live Comfort Beauty and Economy go hand in Ham j in Eddys furniture department. You Cill find the widest collection of All that is durable and Beautiful and it priced within tin Means of All. Hereunder is to Clit toe believe to he the finest value offered to Adelaide for Many years. The patrician Shaw Wood suite covered in silk tapestry fully sprung. And double webbed Tveith English Springs and webbing. Nice Chesterfield. ? tvo Roomy chairs. It is not necessary to pay Cash for Eddy s have a dignified credit system for those Echo prefer it. Eddys Ltd when the Best costs no More Why accept any other jnwniiuihbitf1uiniiiiiumiiihfnhbiiniinthmimmpnmniii�hhiji cure that cold \ 1 flumes i i cat flu i i at All chemists and Stork 1 � prepared it Burden Ltd. Adeia Ioe. � kill Mem Muhn. ? m ? u. ? wants Bill on Reform rejected mates strange request foreign idea Sydney. Saturday. As Leader of the opposition an of the australian labor party in new South Wales or. Lang has submitted o Nikkita or /�5ih1n in the Kins and the Secretary of state for Bie dominions the petition asks that the King should refuse to give any instructions to the governor to assent to the Bill passed in both houses last week for an election in the upper House pending the Appeal to the privy Council in the equity Case of or. T. P Doyle. which was dismissed by the full court. The governor was absent at Moss Vale and the petition was presented to his of ? r4in loft. In afternoon train from Moss Vale taking the petition to the governor. The petition Pete out that the since its foundation in 1891 has consistently supported constitutional government for All classes and parties in accordance with the Constitution act of 1855, and desires to continue and retain constitutional government against foreign innovations Euch a have convulsed civil order in Europe. It traces the Steps that preceded the presentation to parliament and the Pas me last week of the Bill dealing with the method of electing the upper House and the litigation that has ensued. It claims that there is intense not Only on the part of tokens who opposed the referendum but on the part of a wide and widening Circle of. Other elec tors at the Prospect of Sach vital changes Leing carried in the Teeth of almost an even division of Public opinion. The whole of the . And a vast number of those opposed to them i on Ordinary issues it sets out Behwen that the present ministry is attempt ing to carry Meares overturn Jilb popular governments if Tolar to those that have been carried in Eira Pearl Mont Riesbe ? v

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