Adelaide Southern Cross in Adelaide, South-Australia
25 May 1928

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25 May 1928

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Adelaide Southern Cross (Newspaper) - May 25, 1928, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia when1n Adelaide stat at the Grosvenor the finest unlicensed hotel in. South Australia. Hot and cold water in every room bed i Ifer own private bathroom Tarife from 12/per i Day �3/lb/ per week = m. Swift manager. Busy Busy always Busy Byall Ybur need from us we can Supply All your requirements for the horse also for personal use and Wear. The Best and latest for the least possible outlay. Big Stock to. Choose from. In household linens men Swo men a girls and boys clothing boots and shoes also furniture and furnishings including China glassware and Ironmongery in great variety. It s to your satisfaction and profit to shop at the big store where your Money goes farthest bundle Street Adelaide / Rabbit skins sheepskins Rabbit skins Kangaroo skins beeswax Horsehair Wattle gum Etc. Wanted in an Quantity. Highest Cash prices. We. Haughton & co Currie Street. Adelaide. The fighting at Tsin Anfu China has ended with the japanese in com Mand. Negotiations Lor a settlement Are proceeding. The chinese a Ati orial government has forwarded a letter to the league of nations denouncing the japanese violation of China s integrity and Independence and in voicing . The Council t. Of. The league is requested to end a situation which is prejudicial to sino japanese peace. The daily news Washington announces that it proposes henceforth to publish As news the appearance on duty of any so called dry Mem Bers of the House of representatives or Senate in an obviously intoxicated condition thus Etc posing hypocrisy. It has been decided to hold the. in Sydney in 1932 instead of 1931, As was originally in the postponement was made in order to How for any the., completion of the Sydney Harbor " Bridge now. That parliament Isiu session perhaps the Vitile correspondence of c the eucharistic Goh Gress process pin the modern woman and manage and other features of the silly season which have helped to fill the pages of the daily papers will cease for a while. A compact daily newspaper in which All the Timpon Ahtl hews of the Day would be read Inthout wading. Through Cay. Columns of piffle and advertisements is a need of the Timeo paid maps in Elias Hay a. 4 suit Twute Frt v leading men in the Modem est who Are dissatisfied with the policy. Of. The Cuni rolling fac Fishi was disclosed in of is if ayes president of the new sort he Wales Branch. Of the australian party a a arid risk Seip and a club. Floral Heel was5�iygp�dr of Ufi Valeet. Was i Small irl in Nofu Chient time customs Ere t Beer veda twas going to a drool when a Heird in sound of saw a no pro i r cession of boys and girls in gala attire coining Down the Road. ". the midst of the procession was a moving Floral Beehive made of Lilac branches and Flowers. Under it was Jack o the Green. Up above it was a Seren Blue sky. I had come on a bit. Of old England As it used to be when it was Mary s Dower. A May was season for pilgrimages with May and Birds Sang sweetly. Hundreds passed through. Them on their Way to some famous shrine to. Walsingham to dale., to. Canterbury and elsewhere. / r r pilgrims. As far As possible left earthly cares at Homel and went in quest of heavenly favors As the old poet says. V " blood shall be my body Balmer a no other Balm can there. Be Given whilst my soul like quiet Palmer travel Leth to the land of. J the Walsingham shrine was fashioned after the holy House at Lor gtd and pilgrims took off their shoes a mile before reaching it. Doubtless Many of them Laid the Flowers they had gathered at. Our lady s blessed shrine. Cottage Homes As Well As churches were beautifully decorated with Green boughs and blooms and a great May pole was erected on the Village Green round which youths and Maidens danced. A in. The cities there were.1 solemn grand processions an open air mys Tery Kings and Queens came. To them and were feasted in the Guildhall and the Rich cakes called Simuels were partaken of. The City companies made Brave displays with music tags and ban ners and princely merchants Gaye princely gifts to both Church. And people. There was an atmosphere of kind Liness and Charity. The Angel of pity walked through the City and lifted the Low to the High visitors from afar came to old England in maytime and paid their Devoirs to St. Thomas of Canterbury and to Edward the confessor at Westminster. The guest houses of convents find monasteries were full and the guests told strange stories of strange lands. The churches too were wonder fully Beautiful. Tapers twinkled in them like myriads of stars holy places were Sweet with the scent. Of Flowers As we As of incense. In the great forests children played hide and seek with the squirrels and their elders rested under the giant Trees. A. " a a there were Many ships on the Rivers. The thames was full of., barges and mariners Gaye than los to the Star of the seas remembering from which they had been delivered. For. John Willianson of Edinburgh has bequeathed to the British nation Ell Island farm Dumfriesshire where Obi Arris a trip his Mosti 7 famous poems including. " Tarn o Ato Allegri Tirina of whyde Sudej irregularities with regard to the conduct of the Striate Tabor ballot of the a contained i Iri a Stater Periti issued in Sydney by. Of cab scr v Jav Olds Hap this fib rid Ali a on the Highland by the week and. To rain and the drought in the pastoral Ink. Villages. Burnt Olaf a. Mgr. Duj hip Ella re living in Sanantonio Texas has received particulars concerning the recent out rage Wirich profoundly stirred mexi Cam Gat hcs. Tolfe National Mekic aft s tue of be Saviour at Cubilete in the state Oto Guanajuato,was,.dyna- mixed the outrage was. First reported to have cd omitted by the Agra rians. Government outrage " the following Are the particulars communicated to mgr. Olar. It. Will be seen from them that. The affair was premeditated and perpetrated by Federal troops. L " the officer in command of the troops As Early As january 27, be Gan vacating the towns located in the Vicinity of the Hill declaring that 1 these to was were full of r " As Spon As these places were abandoned by. The people the. Crime began with the burning of All the Vil Lages in obedience to orders issued by the same officer and the destruction of the pumping plan t which sup plied water to the top of the Hill infamous shooting. " Oil the 30�hj As the troops were ascending the Hill to commit the crime they exploded bombs creating a panic and frightening. Away ail on lookers. " but one poor Man and two child Ren went tip the Hill and these Rea Lising that a crime was about to the committed by the soldiers were filled with indignation and threw rocks at the soldiers. These fired on the defenceless three and after destroying the statue burned their bodies.". Statue dynamited. The following details Are vouched for by soldiers who were in the . The statue was pulled Down and then blown to pieces with dynamite then the. Pedestal and the buildings were similarly destroyed. When. Theys had finished the troops reported by Tele phone to the commanding British planes to be used. It is reported that twelve Bristol planes have arrived at Vera Cruz. These will be used immediately to supplement the four american planes which Are operating against the rebels. " capt. Mccullagh lectures in Dublin. The latest distinguished visitor to lecture for a Dublin Charity is Cap Tain Francis Mccullagh who Drew a big audience to the theatre Royal to hear him Tell of his experiences 1 in Mexico and of the horrifying suffer Ings of the catholics in that country says the Catholic times. Though one writes of Captain Mccullagh As a visitor his visit was in reality a Home coming for he is of course an Ulster Man who for All his wander ing and adventures x has always maintained a close association. With the old land. The Story he had to narrate it was in Large part the same As he had already narrated to English audiences and newspaper readers gripped the interest of the gathering from the Start and As he told of the character of Mexico s present rulers and of the tortures and executions priests and Lay. Catholics fori the. Crime of Devotion to their religion there were Many manifestations of Iohd Ignatiew pm the part of his hearers. I prom the first Irish catholics have Rofot failed to Register their protest against the fiendish tyranny of Cailes and his instruments but the picture v painted by Captain Mccullagh. Was. Even pore Hawkwing than had Genie rally be ii understood and one sensed As the Lemure proceeded Fuller sympathy amongst the audience for their mexican co religionists and a. Firmer resolve to Avail of any Opportunity that right present itself Ain Brit Isle minister. Pc complaint against fhe a tude do Jpn. Time to Hilda ii term Fife Aid was shh Nat ant j afe Cailes Afi his our a the mister he Hough gave Calle Svery Branch Perse cute Ormi Ofca if think said. The lecture i Liti supt docs riot represent their Point of Fie complained that Trio. Minister Nad Shefit Iyassu Iino messages to England . And in r. Devote do to Nike out that the Bishops would Settie everything by signinghrsf5paper. But Catho lies took Amore serious View of the matter Ijmte Captain Mccullagh did not see by the British govern catholics. A notable chairman. Additional interest attaches to the lecture. Byi reason of the fact that the Ghai Rinan was senator general sir Bryan Mahon. It was sir Bryan s " first appearance on a Catholic plat form it will be remembered that he was received into the. Church some three or four months ago and the r reception accorded to him was extremely cordial. The association Between the chair Man and the lecturer is of Long stand ing for during the War Captain it Mccullagh served in the 10th Irish division of which general Mahon was the commander. In introducing him to the audience the general de scribed his former subordinate As probably one of the greatest explorers travellers and War correspondents living.". At the Gresham hotel a reception was Given in Honor of Captain Mccullagh by the Dublin Catholic writers Guild. At the conclusion of the reception the guest very kindly an swered a number of questions on the mexican situation. United states press bans Bernard Shaw. Denunciation of their tactics resented. Because or. Bernard Shaw denounced their rejection of the Holtjr father s plea for the persecuted mexican catholics and their suppression of persecution news the United states press has for the first time ignored an important statement made by him or. Shaw s statement was contained in a letter in reply to a communication of or. Michael. Wil Liams editor of the " Commonweal a Catholic weekly review of. New York a. In the latest Issue of the com Mon Feal or. Williams writes. An open letter to or. Shaw in which he says in part " the article in the Commonweal containing your letter and a proposal for a commission of enquiry was sent before publication in proof sheets to All the principal news agencies and a number of important daily newspapers. The new York times and the new York Herald Tribune published consider Able portions of the article. But the great american news. Agencies ignored it. ". I have never be fore known any letter or statement of yours no matter on what subject to be ignored or minimised by the american press. Of course it is True. That your letter criticised the. Press. Are we then to believe that the press considers1 a criticism of its own. Judgment or methods to be in important even when it comes from you has it established by tacit agreement a censorship of its own against criticism of its methods ? in this Case what the becomes of its supposed ethical principles Cut Cora soap and hair. Regularise assisted bar Coti Paia ria to when a Iii fit. Vigo rates and preset is and a Yiithe-8cp- in a of Yak better for a ii big Clear and jibe bar Lippand Glossy. Soap 1.,Talcum ls.3d. Ointment la. And 2.fbr Sample soap and oin Riest Tad dress a. Town 38 Curcura Shuting still a infill

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