Albany Advertiser in Albany, Western-Australia 12 Dec 1932
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Albany Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 12, 1932, Albany, Western AustraliaNational Library of Australia / / a a a a a a a a a a a it / s just the cat s pyjamas / k i Crown cycles x $ x � built in England front and rear brakes free s x is Cash at x ? economical Everett s i give him one for a � the condiments of the s 4 season from � Everett $ Gociu rant 7.d lexis 7l sultanas 4 9 $ Peel 1/ eggs 15 for a shilling Cash prices i Only one Quality the news. The . West ralia called at King George s sound on Friday at 10.30 ., in route from Fremantle to the Eastern states to land one passenger and sailed immediately. A Sliwi � lint service Zybka leaves Fremantle for Albany Hope t in Esperance Andi doubtful Island Bay on december is. Railways goods office Albany. White Star Aberdeen and Blue funnel lines. Joint service to South Africa Ano England from Fremantle. Simmer tons sails a Anchises 10,000 dec 22 a Ascanius 10,048 Jan. 24 a Themistocles 11,231 feb. La a first class Only b first and third class c Cabin class Only for farther particulars apply Dalgety and co., Emited or Henry wills & co. Ltd., interstate sailings. Fremantle to Adela Melbourne and Sydney. Vessel sails Albany agents Anunda Adelaide . Co. Mcilwraith Mceacharn Dalgety & co. Ltd. Dalgety & co. Ltd. Katoomba Calls Albany for Pas senders Only on Friday dec. 23. Dec. 15 Katoomba dec 22 West ralia dec. 29. West ralia dec. 29 enjoy a of Ceylon s attractions and the Ocean voyages you can be Back in 23 Days. The excursion return fares from fre Mantle Are �40 Saloon � 24 tourist one class steamers or third class by 20,000 tonne plus Exchange. Local agent Arthur Johnston and co., alb. By native Marder aborigine arrested. Darwin dec. 10.-Constable Don arrived from Brock s Creek to Day with an aboriginal prisoner who is accused of the murder of another aboriginal. State finalizes Fye months figures. Million pounds deficit. Perth Dee. 12.-the mid monthly figures dealing with state finances under the loan Council for Mula show the five months figures of the current financial year As Fol lows expenditure �3,719,598 re venue �2,752,846. The november figures Are expenditure �733,085 re venue �528,910. Badly inflamed varicose veins relieved and reduced by simple Home treatment that must give Relief or Money Back no sensible persons will continue to suffer from dangerous swollen veins or Bunches when the new pow Erful yet harmless germicide called Emerald Oil can readily be obtained at any Well stocked chemist s. Ask for a two ounce original bottle of Emerald Oil full strength and refuse substitutes. Use As directed and in a few Days improve ment will be noticed then Continua j until the swollen veins Are reduced to Normal it is guaranteed and is so powerful that old chronic cases of running sores or ulcers Are Speed ily healed. The leading chemists Are Selling lots of it. Copyright. The pre oration ref erred to in the above announcement is paid in Al Bany by t. Brown and p. H w. Johnson and co. J Young Man shot murder theory discounted. I extraordinary Accident. Blamed. I i i Perth dec. 12-deductions from the result of the postmortem examination by or. Mckenzie on Satur Day morning Lead the police to be Lieve that it is quite definite that Edward Carson Cassey was not Mur dered but was merely the victim of an extraordinary Accident. The Doc Tor located and removed the Bullet which proved to be a .303 Mark 0 pattern. The police consider the Bullet therefore must have been fired from at least 500 Yards Distant and that it was probably a spent bul let into which Cassey unfortunately walked. Or. Charles Cassey brother of the deceased was informed of Edward s death immediately after being presented with the Royal humane society s medal for rescuing a drown ing Man in the Swan River at Como. Street Accident bicycle and motor Cycle collide. About 5.10 . On Friday after noon last a motor Cycle a7, Ridden eastwards along Stirling Terrace by Frances Vaughan collided near the freemasons hotel with a bicycle rid Den westwards by Charles William Bumstead. Vaughan had swerved to the right to avoid a dog which rushed out at him and in doing so struck the bicycle. Bumstead who is an elderly Man was taken by Constable Wass to or. Home s surgery and after being treated for abrasions to the face was allowed to go Home. The front wheel of the Cycle was badly buckled but no other damage done. Sordid tragedy naked Corpse found. Woman s ghastly death. Sydney dec sordid tra Gedy occurred in Queen s Park Waverley on Friday night when a woman was battered to death with a Stone or a heavy Blunt instrument her Skull being shattered by two blows. The body was undressed and dragged some distance and the Mur Derer attempted to hide it under some Bushes where it was found on saturday morning. Police identified the body As that of May Miller 30her fingerprints being found among , records. Some articles of clothing were found scattered in shrubs but there was no Trace of the weapon. Brisbane affray two women shot. Suspect arrested. Brisbane dec in to a Florist s shop in the Valley on saturday morning a Man fired five shots from a revolver at two women mrs. Florence Burke and miss Ella Barton. Both were taken to hos Pital. The police later arrested a Man alleged to be the husband of mrs. Burke and charged with an at tempt to kill. J St. John s fete. J the annual Garden fete in Aid of St. John s Church Albany will be held in the rectory grounds on thursday afternoon and evening. His worship the mayor or. G. W. Stead will perform the opening Cere Mony. Among the Many attractions will be the Guild stall Well stocked with useful articles the Jumble stall which appeals for articles of every description and old clothes the Sweet stall fascinating and delicious with the famous St John s puddings and cakes for which orders May be left at the rectory. Wonderful sur Prises will be found at the packet stall fresh fruit vegetables jams and cooked Ham at the produce stall and Dainty Flowers at the Flower stall. Delicious afternoon Tea will be served in delightful surroundings. Tea cups will be read. Personal. Miss Ethol King of Albany loft. Here on monday last for a Brief holi Day visit to Kalgoorlie. Disarmament deadlock removed. Germany granted Equality. Geneva dec. deadlock which has threatened to wreck the disarmament conference during the last four months was removed to Day when France and Germany approved of a draft formula giving Germany equal rights in armaments. It was the rejection of this condition which led Germany to withdraw. The j draft formula was evolved in inf or j Mal five Power discussions. Germany j will attend further meetings of the Bureau from tuesday. J Japan s proposals i i for naval strength. Geneva dec. of Japan s naval disarmament plan which was submitted last monday to the Powers were revealed to Day. Japan proposes that the ratio of capital ships possessed by America and Britain be eleven eleven eight replacing the five five three ratio under the Washington treaty of 1922. She proposes also that the maximum size of warships shall be reduced and Cruiser Gross tonnages be heavily Cut and that aircraft carriers be completely abolished. American comment proposals fantastic. Impossible of acceptance. 1 new York dec. 10.-the. Press i j Here considers the japanese naval i proposals As fantastic and impossible i of acceptance even As a basis for j discussion. J scrub fire outbreak in . Thousands of acres swept. Adelaide december country belonging to the forestry department East of the Warren Reservoir and comprising five or six thousand acres has been damaged by fire and thirty acres of Pine plan tation were swept. Over 1,100 fire fighters assisted in response to a broadcast Appeal. Several Wood cutters and their families had narrow escapes As the fire was travelling at fifteen Miles per hour carrying All before it. It is now under control. Egypt bomb explodes. In residency Garden. Cairo dec. bomb was thrown into the Garden of the Resi Dency last night. Its explosion caused no casualties and Little dam age. The residency is occupied by sir Percy latrine but it is not believed that the outrage was directed against any person Bat was More a terrorist demonstration. Both King Fuad and his prime minister have declared their indignation. War debts ministerial discussions. Probable payment in Gold. London dec. 10.-Cabinet ministers Are discussing the War debt position in the Light of the United states reply to Britain s second note and of the Anglo French Conversa Tion in Paris on thursday. Although it is not yet definitely decided it is expected that payment Wil be made j in Gold when due and that a Defin Ite proposal regarding an Early sex j Arn nation of the whole debt position will be made at the same time. A Factor in the situation to which Tho British government attaches the tit most importance is the maintain Anco of the Lausanne reparations agree ment. It is understood that the French ministers show ready appreciation of the British desire to pre serve the Lausanne settlement in tact aviation pilots crash. Caused by goats. I � Brisbane dec Herbert who arrived at Darwin from England a few Days ago crashed at Cloncurry yesterday. He was land ing his puss Moth at a terrific Speed when he was forced to swerve Sud Denly to avoid a flock of goats. The machine was badly damaged but the Pilot was uninjured. Bertram and alien arrival at Darwin. Darwin dec. 10.-Captain Bert ram and or. G. O. Allen arrived Here at 2.4 . After a flight from Alice Springs. They leave on Mon Day for England. J Hinkler s plans flight to Australia. \ i j London dec 9.-Bert Hinkler j will probably leave for Australia on j december 14, on a business flight. I i mrs Mollison j j departure for London. Another attack on record j Cape town dec. . Mol i Lison who broke her husband s re j Cord on the flight out from London i left this morning at s On the j return flight. She was fare welled by j thousands of people mostly in even j ing dress and expressed Confidence in her ability to break the record. The weather today s forecast. I occasional Light showers Only expected in South coastal districts. Elsewhere generally Fine with temperatures again rising Over Inland districts. J fall Over Cliff a Sydney tragedy. Rescuer badly injured. Sydney dec saturday night Wilter Hall while taking Bis dog for a run fell 60 feet Over the Cliffs at Cooee fatally striking the rocks below. On sunday afternoon Robert Dar Rell in attempting to Down the face of the Cliff missed his footing and fell near Hall s body and was seriously injured. Mine disaster Coal dust explodes. Twenty three killed. J Harlan Kentucky dec 10. The Harlan fuel Coy a Miner experienced a serious explosion to Day when 23 men were killed in the Shaft. The miners were trapped one and a half Miles from the Entrance owing to a Coal dust explosion. All the Vic Tims Are believed to have been accounted for and the mine has been sealed. South America j bolivian Victory. J Many paraguayan prisoners. La Paz Bolivia dec. 10.-three Hundred paraguayan soldiers Are re ? ported to have been killed in the Savedro Section of the Gran Chaco ? to Day. The bolivians report the capture of important War materia1 As the enemy evacuated the position. Commercial news producers markets Coop. Limited. _. I report their Sale held on wednes Day december 7, 1932 fruit Stone fruit Well supplied. The Quality on the whole improved with values firmer than previous Sale. Apples in steady demand. Valencias and Lemons improved. Other lines at late rates. Apples Granny Smiths 12/6 to 19/3. Yates 2iin.t to 12/- 2iin-, Tell. Navels 14/ to 17/ bus. Valencias bus., 7/ to 12/- 3, 5/6 to 9/3. Lemons 4/6 to 9/3. Passion fruit i 15/ to 21/6. Tomatoes to 8/3. Capes to 33d. Peaches prime to 9/- others from 3/�5. Apricots to 8/6 others from 3/6. I vegetables vegetable supplies j i were again heavy to Day. Potatoes j j showed or Little improvement and All i lines were cleared. Onions were also i j in Good demand. Beans steady i rhubarb and cabbage remained Dull Bunch lines and lettuce at late rates. Potatoes metro., 3/6 to 6/-. Country from 2/6 bag. Pumpkin 5/ to 13/6. Swedes 8/ to 12/-. Cabbage metro., 1/6 to 6/6. Peas 2d. To 3d. Beans lid. To old. Cucumbers to 6d. Dozen. Marrows 6d. To 2/-. Rhubarb id. To lid. Celery 1/ to 4/2. Carrots 4d. To 1/6. Parsnips 1/ to 3/-. Turnips 3d. To 1/-. Beetroot 4d. To 1/-. Lettuce crates 6d. To 3/2. ? onions Brown 7/ to 10/- White j 6/ to 9/-. Egg and poultry report. Eggs increased supplies sold to a Good demand for metropolitan new Laid Standard eggs Wile All other lines cleared at weaker values. New Laid specials old. To 1/- Standard Lod. To old. Hen 8
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