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 ii Mea i wafer " whole wheat nut Brown and Sweet in the ing for my and brawn workers we Wib Woods building Garter place the Cathedral. Mar Eft scapular prayer books Fca tues and All Catholic requisites. Open Friday Nighta. A bunt Central 6488. What in we a extra Comfort in the bathroom Coo Auk a a spa Eutiva. Our Stock incl doa tha latest in bathroom and lavatory refinement. Send Fob Catalon. Qkk5 would be More than helpful to the Board to achieve this object. Bro. Scantlebury in supporting the chairman said that the quota for this state Amouri Ted to approximately 600, and As the work had to be done by branches meeting in conference was the most suitable Way to obtain the Means of the increase desired and the Board would help in every direction. Bro. Dolan stated that it was the wish of the chaplain general of the society that there should be 50,000 hibernian on the Roll by september next. The National directory had approached every District in the matter and had received encouraging results. In Western Australia Over a year ago a drive was started and it proved very successful. Their procedure of campaigning was one that should be followed in this state. The directory is prepared to offer every assistance and is willing to visit the country and address gatherings. Bro. T. J. Linehan supplementing the National treasurer s remarks stated that his Grace the archbishop was one of the Best supporters the society had. During the easter con Ference of the clergy the archbishop had allowed the society representatives to place the views of the . Before the assemblage. Speaking afterwards to some of the priests they informed him that it was possible to establish branches straight away. The National directory since they had been in office had received applications nearly every week for dispensations to open branches in various centres in the other states. In the West branches were practically dead in some coun try towns the District in that state had sent their grand Secretary in those areas with the result that resuscitation followed. Tasmania had also been in a bad Way but from the latest reports received the matter had mended itself and they were pleased to know they were making Good pro Gress. As the National directory was now situated in South Australia he appealed to this state to get their quota towards he 50,00.0 Mark. The chairman reported that since the last District meeting the Board had made efforts to establish branches in various localities. Within a few weeks one woul established at Taleni. Bend so. P. F. Kizey said Liat the object of the District Board would Appeal to every member. After listening to the procedure adopted in . Which was read by the grand Secretary Bro. Keogh he thought it would be advantageous for this state to follow. He intimated that the society was paid a great compliment when they were asked to form a guard of Honor at the Adelaide celebrations of the eucharistic Congress to be. Held on june 3. The special attention of Meibers should be drawn to the celebrations and he suggested that the Branch secretaries should embody such in their quarterly notice which would be sent out within a few Days. A Good Way to go about their aim would be to Supply pamphlets to every Branch for distribution and make arrangements for a special a peal for members. He assured the meeting that his Grace the Arch Hishon would do everything to help the society in the matter and with the Ever ready help of the clergy who would willingly make an Appeal on behalf of obtaining new members it would Only t e a matter of Branch officers to make arrangements for a special Day on which to approach non members enlightening them on the benefits to be obtained by being hibernian which meant belonging to to Only Catholic Benefit society in South Australia and then they would achieve the desired result. He also was of the opinion that with the distribution of the literature As was to be issued by the d.b., and the co operation of. The school teachers it would go a Long Way towards helping the society in every direction. What branches should do was to Call a special meeting for their half yearly meeting night which would take place in june get the members to Block out certain localities in their districts and then personally canvass for Mem Bers. Canvassing for members was one of the most efficient Way to place the objects and benefits to be derived from membership. He would give the society every assistance in commemorating the greatest event the Eucha Ristic Congress that Australia would have the distinguished Honor and Peel Fuire in celebrating in september next. Bro. John Bradley expressed his pleasure at learning of the activity by the society in South Australia and he was sure that Good results would follow. The time was some what Short to secure a Large number of additions to the ranks but he promised his wholehearted support to get the required number of members. As Bro. Kiley had stated his Grace the archbishop during his residence in North Adelaide had made a House to House canvass along with the Branch officers and they had secured nearly every eligible person to join the society. Bro. F. Connelly. Semaphore favored the . Scheme of procuring members and considered some inducement should be offered to the Active members who were prepared to sacrifice their time canvassing for members. He was of opinion that where members were a financial and Lively to cease membership that a special letter from the Board would probably keep such members in the Bros. W. S. Murphy St. Saviour s Branch. P. Higgins St. Vincent s Branchland w. Hill Star of the sea Branch supported the previous speakers Bro. A a. Gifford suggested that during the Campaign Progress figures should he inserted in the Southern Cross and that the grand Secretary should address the pupils of the Vari Ous schools and colleges. Which would help to increase the membership. Bro. Tierney St. Laurence s Branch announced that at present he was stationed near Balaklava and father Maloney had promised his wholehearted support to get a Branch of the society established there. Be fore the end of the month the two of them were going into the matter and he was confident that sufficient Candi dates could be obtained in that locality to inaugurate a new Branch. The following Resolution proposed by Bro. Scantlebury and seconded by Bro. Gibbie was carried that his Grace the archbishop be approached the a request to appoint an Appeal Day and that a circular be sent by Liis Grace to the Parish priests to be read from the altar asking the priest to make a suitable Appeal on behalf of the society and that literature giving the. Necessary information be sup plied. That All local arrangements lie left in the hands of the officers and members of the respective branches Bro. P. F. Kiley directed attention to the demonstration being arranged in connection with the Adelaide Cele bration of the eucharistic Congress. Hibernian had been honoured in being asked to form a bodyguard for the occasion a compliment which is highly appreciated. A plan dealing with the celebrations would be issued and distributed at All the churches. At the meeting it was announced that up to Date Over 60 present and past officers with regalia had volunteered to form the guard of Honor for june 3. On monday evening the 21st inst., the District Board convened a meet ing of past District officers for the purpose of soliciting their assistance in the forthcoming membership Campaign. The National directory offi cers were also present and the National president Bro. J. explained the object of the meeting. The District Board desires that at least one past District officer will be in attendance at each of the churches where the Appeal is to be made on sunday june i7, to assist with the Campaign and the enrolment of new members. After discussing the course of action to be adopted it was re solved to adjourn the meeting until wednesday May 30, when a definite plan will be submitted by the Board. Judging by the Ever increasing toil of fatalities and accidents in connection wi4h motor vehicles there is now As Good a Case for prohibition of motors As for prohibition of liquor. We wonder Why no one has suggested a motor prohibition league in the interests of humanity. The scotch of great age a wow the Federal mutua1f0r Marine insurance 437

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