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Adelaide Mail (Newspaper) - September 19, 1936, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia fast bombers for Britain v front rank of air equipment advantages of new design London. Saturday. A Large order for new handler Page fighter bomber Mono planes with a Speed which has not seater fighters of any of the world s air forces has been placed by the air ministry. These machines the first of which was built inspected and tested within seven Days Are typical of the great efficiency and military excellence of the new Bri Tish fighting planes. They Are being produced by de signers working in a new and encouraging atmosphere which is placing the Royal air Force in the front rank of the world s wartime equipment. The Handley Page 52, As it is called had a great Load capacity and flying Range with astonishing ease of control in fast manoeuvring. It is twin engined with the wings joining an unusually slim and deep fuselage at Middle height. The fuse Lage of the forepart has deep Flat sides this Metal Case containing accommodation for the Crew and am munition. Calculations show that the narrow forepart eliminates much drag. Another advantage of this flying suitcase de sign is that the engines Are placed close together so that if one fails control is not seriously disturbed. Wide Field of fire the cantilever wings taper sharply toward the tips and Are fitted with the latest Type of slots permitting the Craft. With such an exceptionally wide Speed Range to operate from Small Aero 1 domes such As Are used on Active ser vice. An enclosed Grinner s Post and Pilot s compartment Are situated Forward. Another gunner sits be Low the wings so that a wide Field of fire is provided. Power is provided by Bristol Pegasus air cooled motors super charged and exceeding 900 . The construction of the first of the new machines has created a production record illustrating the amazing pro i Gress in the armament s Speed up. Workmen began building the Frame work on june 16. And finished it on june 19. The plane was ready for official inspection on june 20, two Days later the engines ran on the first flight and the plane passed its official trials with flying colors. Gen. Franco Leader of the Spanish rebels leaving the insurgents Headquarters at Burgos. In the right background is Gen. Mola with glasses commander in the North. Leader leaving insurgents the right Ith glasses press peer on Pacific tour May visit Here Vancouver. Saturday. Lord Rothe Mere will probably visit austra Lia before he returns to England it was gathered when the British press magnate arrived Here yesterday. He will sail today for Japan and. As he wishes to study the whole Arena of Pacific affairs he will probably go from there to Sydney. Lord Rothe Mere believes that Europe is on the Brink of War. If there is no european War next year it will be providential he declared. The dictatorships in Ger Many and Italy will not stand for a Socialised France asked about sir Oswald Mosley s Blac shirts in England. Lord Rother i Mere said. He will be Back in the limelight again. A fascist of sorts is bound to gain followers but remember there Are other Good forms of democracy j two new strikes disturb France Paris. Saturday. Industrial strife has not been ended with the settlement on thursday of the serious dispute at Lille. Ten thousand textile workers at St. Die in the East of France have struck. A majority of the factories is occupied. Moreover parisian workers in Coffee roasting Mills and retail Coffee shops have begun a stay in strike to support their demand for a collective agree ment on wages and conditions. Duke of York s advice to guards London saturday. As colonel of the scots guards the Duke of York visited Aldershot today and made a Farewell inspection of the 2nd battalion. Which will leave Aldershot for pales Tine tomorrow. In an address the Duke said i you Are going to Palestine under More or less Active service conditions. The situation there is very delicate. Your duty will be to maintain Law and order a task that carries with it very heavy responsibilities and Calls for the utmost tact. As your colonel i expect you by your behaviour bearing and appearance both on and off Parade and particularly in your association with the civilian population to uphold the Good name of his majesty s foot guards keeping rabbits off King Edward s estate London. Saturday. In an Effort to combat the increasing plague of a bits. Which is ravaging farms through out England an intricate Rabbit pro offence is being erected round the King s estate at fort Belvedere. His majesty a instructed that rabbits \ Are to be stamped out there. Progressive Adelaide As it stands today Seaside ant pleasure resorts. The Mammoth Art Phot rap hic production with sepia and coloured plates. Obtainable at Rigby s Ltd. Grenfell St. And Baring s. 10 Chesser St. The biggest Surprise in modern photography. Shock for american fishermen japanese on the Job Vancouver saturday. T noted states and Canadian fishery interests in the North Pacific have been startled rudely by what appears to be an invasion in a very big Way of their fishing areas by japanese. Taking no trouble to hide their intentions the japanese have sent into North american Waters a Large sized experimental fishery ship equipped with machinery for Canning and processing fish Ona sufficiently Large scale to show what can be done with a completed commercial scheme. Or. Fiji Kanda professor at the Imperial fisheries school at Hakodate is in charge of the expedition which left Japan four months ago. After spending several weeks along the alaskan coastline the party finally reached British Columbia halting there to make experimental catches of the famous coastal Salmon. Today the japanese ship is lying off the californian coast within a few Miles of los Angeles. Apparently the visitors Are endeavouring to ascertain the extent and variety of fisheries Over thousands of Miles of the North Ameri can coast. Some of the world s finest Salmon and halibut fisheries exist along the coasts of Alaska and British Columbia. Experimental catch halibut Are deep sea fish. While Salmon Are hatched in United states and Canadian streams they enter the Ocean and disappear for four or five years. Then they return As grown fish once More to re enter the Rivers of their birth. I hitherto the fisheries have been right inside the River Mouths or in adjacent areas within a few Miles Al though schools of fish have been Cap tured 10 to 20 Miles out at sea headed for their Home Rivers. Or. Kanda s ship anchored four or five Miles off Vancouver Island put out Small fishing boats and made an experimental catch packing 5,000 tins of Sockeye Salmon. This has alarmed United states and Canadian fishermen but these on pay ing visits As Friendly As the Circum stances permit Are received cordially aboard by the japanese. Yes. We Are delighted to come to your shores says or. Kanda. We Are taking care to remain out Side the three mile limit. However to avoid misunderstand i Ings we would like to inaugurate with i you joint research of All fisheries adjacent to the Pacific and to establish a basis of negotiations for a treaty by which Canadian United states and japanese rights and interests would All be determined rights jeopardised or. Kanda blandly explained that the russian and japanese authorities had encountered difficulties in the administration and conservation of fisheries in the Kamchatka Peninsula area of Siberia. He seriously proposed that packers and fishermen on the american Shore line should bring themselves into a joint conference with the people running the Asiatic fisheries in Russo japanese Waters. Canadian and american fishermen have been too nonplussed to reply effectively to or. Kanda. They Realise that what Japan is attempting is vastly to extend her area of fishing territory by a wholesale invasion of Waters hitherto exclusively caucasian. Protests have already been made to Washington and Ottawa by fishing interests which feel that their rights Are jeopardised by the turn of events. Motor show exhibits reveal new refinements London saturday. While the 1936 my or show at the Olympia opening on october 15, will be the greatest on record no startling innovations Are expected. Manufacturers Are concentrating on All round improvements to existing models. Body work has received special attention new refine ments including folding tables automatically lubricated door hinges built in rear number plates and automatic Stop lights. Cellulose finishing is popular. Valued at upwards of a million pounds the exhibits Are an imposing display of All phases of the motor Industry. British manufacturers have just experienced the most successful year in the Industry s history. They take the View that this is an indication of Public approval of the present models. And therefore it would be unwise to break away from them radically. Half a dozen maker Are withhold ing details of their exhibits till the it minute but it is known that they Corpin no great surprises. Advance details indicate a general acceptance of modified streamlining. The tendency is for increased Power Speed Ana acceleration. Synchro mesh gearing is used in practically All cars sometimes in All four speeds. Body interiors show modernistic inspiration. Much chromium finishing is used also tubular Metal work in the seats. Safety Glass is provided in All windows and Many cars feature sound insulated bodies. Some exhibits reveal Brilliant color schemes but the fashionable trend seems to be towards new tones of Grey called steel dust and Silver Blue Black and gunmetal Are also popular colors. I Dollar tangle Alberta s confusion credit plan Vancouver saturday. After a lapse of several months the financial Experiment of Al Berta s Premier or. William Aber Bart has again entered the Lime Light. Two chief reasons Are that his initial Issue of so called velocity dollars amounting to �50.000, Are being circulated and secondly Canadian chamber of Commerce officials Are appealing to the Federal government to intervene in Alberta before what they describe As permanent damage is done. Or. Aberhart himself is going quietly Forward from one Experiment to an other but is being restricted in his operations by natural forces such As the drought and crop failure which Are reducing Alberta s produce very materially. So serious is this blow that the pre Mier announced this week the first social dividend would probably be Only �1 a month instead of the �5 he Origi Nally planned and he is not yet ready to fix even a probable Date for initiating these payments. Curious dictatorship it should be understood that the Douglas social credit people have completely repudiated or. Aberhart and his legislative proposals have be come a curious mixture of a socialist fascist dictatorship with some Little portion of the doctrine of social credit. On or. Aberhart s Side however is the fact that undoubtedly he is stronger today in his Prairie Home country than Ever before. He has a greater hold on the people Many of whom have utterly 1 abandoned Reading the newspapers and Are now getting their information and gospel from their zealot Leader s Sun Day night radio broadcasts. This week or. Aberhart warned the newspapers that he planned to licence them if they did not behave. As this followed some Sharp criticism of or. Aberhart s policies by the newspapers concerned the latter immediately declared it was a censorship not licensing that the Premier intended to impose. A special session of the Alberta legislature last week reduced private and Public interest rates in Alberta by 50 per cent., and announced special legislation in favor of debtors. Interest reduced this would allow All payments of interest since 1932 to apply to the Prin Cipal of the debt and remaining amounts would be repaid by 10 an Nual instalments without interest. By a stroke of the pen or. Aberhardt has reduced interest on the 30 million pounds provincial debt to 2% per cent. Three main principles of social Cre Dit Basic dividends gust Price and unearned increment have figured in Bills approved by the legislature. The credit House act provided for a Levy on the unearned increment of Alberta credit As credit passes through credit House. A Price spreads Board with Power to fix prices and inv St Gate the spread was provided in another Bill. Banks and insurance companies sadly trying to reorganise their affairs to fit the new requirements have so. Far refused to accept velocity or Prosperity dollars. J an anomaly of the situation is that or. A Erhards own government re 1 fuses to accept these dollars in pay i ment of taxes or in other official trans j actions. They Are merely Trade Dol Lars. Young ministers feared j thousands of Clever forgeries of these i Prosperity dollars have already apr geared and the government is in a j quandary How to punish the forgers if. They should be caught because of piously these new Trade dollars Are not \ National currency. Or. Aberhart is still the head and front of his movement but two youth Ful members of his Cabinet messes. Manning and Maynard the latter Only. 27 have taken charge of the adminis traction of details and Are really More j feared b3 business people than or. Aberhart himself. It is not probable that the Federal authorities will interfere. It is surmised that he would Capitalise inter Ference by throwing up his hands and blaming his failure on the Federal authorities who would not allow him to carry his scheme to fruition. Germany not ready for offensive War Lisbon saturday. Herr von Ribbentrop Germany s Amassa i Dor to Britain who is visiting Portugal denies the probability of a German War against Russia. We Are Strong enough to defend Germany but Are far from pre pared to Start an offensive War he declared. Further if Germany Ever makes War it will not be for an imperialist aim clash Between chinese and japanese soldiers Shanghai saturday. Street fight ing including the firing of shots of erred yesterday Between chinese and japanese soldiers at Fen Tai. It is stated that chinese guards made insult ing gestures As japanese troops were passing the chinese Barracks. The situation is tense. H c Movit you to open on account Tvito tvs a � my pm. M my m m Cwm m m rom spiffy Phi

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