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Albany Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 12, 1932, Albany, Western AustraliaNational Library of Australia Regent theatre again to night Gary Cooper and Claudette Colbert in his Dolores costello h. B. Warner and William Warren in expensive cartoon news and travelogue in support. Tuesday & wednesday next dec 13.14, an All comedy night for those who love a laugh. No. 1, will Rogers and Jetta Gouda in business and Rogers Rajah of laughter. No. 2, 1932 s big laugh sensation the Cohen s and Kelly s in Charlie Murray and George Sidney featured. They re Here again hitting the High spots of Hollywood. Thursday & Friday next Deel 516. A flying Panorama of Sensa Tion mortal Eye has never before witnessed its like the lost Richard Dix Eric von Stroheim Dorothy Jordan and Mary Astor Fea tured. Showing also Norman Foster Zazzu Pitts and june Clyde in steady also a Laurel and Hardy comedy Beau qualified sight testing optician. Or. J. Vandervelde Reg. F.a.q.o., . Eng of Perth. Will be in attendance at the London hotel from monday Jan. 9, 1933,. Until further notice. Please note the Date. Consultations and advice free. Or. Vander Velde is a returned Man and a British subject. He has had nearly 20 years practical and scientific experience As a qualified optician and the Public can depend on every satisfaction. No glasses prescribed unless absolutely necessary. All the Wise protect their eyes. Norman Bros the gift shop great Christmas fair now open with toys and presents for All Young or old. There May be found throughout our establishment. Suitable gift suggestions in toys games dolls fancy goods fancy China and glassware books novels Cut Glass and Doulton Ware . And Sil ver Ware perfumes leather goods and toilet requisites Etc offer them selves at every turn while the lower prices add to the general attractiveness. Do your christinas shopping Early and avoid the crush buy your gifts at Norman Bros. A. My Dis buds Haifa Juppa Lof wapt Ooulos in lag Erbeis in bulk and bottled Swan bitter it Yifru la an d bottled Swan Pale ale Swan Stout Are now obtainable at All licenced houses / the Swan brewery company Ltd amen Tofoi where people buy Ever since Man lived by barter he has been a keen Bargainer. In by gone Days he had to obtain the utmost value for the products with which he traded. To Day he is no less bound by economic Circum stances to obtain the utmost value for his wages so that he May pre serve the margin Between Comfort and poverty. Conditions now make every Householder and Bis wife bar gain Hunters. They must buy where they can save Money. The average person relies almost entirely on the his newspaper shopping guide. It is the firm that advertises consistently that reaches the Public. Your Public resides in Albany and the nearby districts. Your Public reads the Albany advertiser. Therefore it a Good business for you to advertise in the paper the people read. Albany advertised York Street Albany. Phone 2. 30x 72. Advertising rates on application Trade announcements r Bell & co. 1 will sell you Ulk household lines. Those main household items at Best rates. All classes of gardening implements the Best fertilisers in Large or Small quantities the seeds to Plant fresh and True to name the pest specifics and sprays to ensure clean plants wire netting of any size to Fence out the Stock or if front Garden fancy Cyclone netting and Gates the Best lines of produce for Stock or poultry at Best rates. Prices subject to discounts. Delivery is prompt. Phone 326. . Box 62. Bishop and Rees j. A. I. Williamson lower Stirling Terrace West. Shipping customs forwarding and baggage agents and general carriers. District agents for the vacuum Oil co pay. Ltd. The Swan brewery co. Ltd. The West australian Glass manufacturing co. Ltd. The West australian condensed milk co. Ltd. R. P. North and co. Ltd. Tho. H. Young pay ltd., Mel Bourne and Sydney. Old court whisky Milder than Ever. Support australian Industry. Medical and nursing. Nurse e. C. Lamb. , lond., . Glenroy maternity Home Middleton Road Albany. Has comfortable accommodation for patients. Patients also attended in their own Homes. Phone 134. Maternity Home Grey Street Albany. Fees reduced �4/4/ fortnight. Nurse Jensen phone 256. Neu Mylda Hospital. Sister Blechynden . General and obstetric Cam taken. Fees on application. None 158 Grey Street Albany dust Oire Daisi sea Eil or All essay Cassie dangerous cold a the read air passages clogged with harmful dust dirt Aad germs breath Post has no Woris Curt try in the head Cata Rii. Kay � a s a result. Constant sneezing should warn Yon of your Ganger. As your bad cold in the head progresses you become deaf it a Cut Stuffy and air hungry or and y ver Seif in the grip of some serious Chest or lung cd Saint. 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Be sure you ask for and see you get Dpi Witt s catarrhal Cream bourjois Paris ashes of roses world s wonder toilet preparations without being obtrusive it unfailingly adds a touch of distinction to Beauty no mat Ter How compelling. It is Little won Der that Beautiful women everywhere de Mand ashes of roses. Face i 6d" a 2/-, 3/6 car ? its delightful fragrance identifies the wearer with a distinct individuality perfume 1/3, 1/6, 2/6. Obtainable All chemists and perfumery counters meteorological temperature and rainfall Date j december 1december 2 december 3 december 4 december 5 december 6 december 7 december 8 december 9 december 10 Max. Min. Rain 47.8 61.2 2 57.0 70.6 57.0 73.4 70.0 58.0 73.0 54.0 71.0 56.2 72.0 56.0 73.2 53.0 72.6 56.0 71.8 54.0 the above readings in each Case Are for the 24 hours ending at 8 . On the Date mentioned the Albany advertiser. Published mondays and thursday at 3 . Casual advertisements Are charged at 4/ per Nen per insertion and must be prepaid by persons who do not have an account with the com Pany. They will be received up to 3.30 . On wednesdays and noon on saturdays. In estimating count six words to a line seven lines to an Inch. Change of copy for standing advertisements will be received up to noon of tuesdays Aud fridays. Advertisers must state the number of insertions required otherwise they will be repeated. All communications to be addressed to the manager . Box 72, Albany Telephone no. 2 j to ensure publication All matter forwarded must be writ ten in Ink and on one Side j of the paper Only 1 the Albany advertiser. J published monday and thursday at 3 /.m. Monday. December 12. 1932. I better roads. As we expected publication of the j letter from the . Spraying com Pany referring to proposals for the j Bitumen surfacing of All roads within the Albany municipal area has j evoked keen comment among rate payers and particularly among the j business men of the Community. The j opinion has been freely expressed j that the Council would have been j justified in giving much greater at intention to the letter before deciding to reject the proposals. I j As has been pointed out before Albany is a town which particularly j requires Good and durable roads. During a great portion of the year the rainfall is heavy and this fact j combined with the Hilly nature of the streets plus heavy traffic causes severe damage to any roads which Are not impervious to water. One need Only leave the few Macadam ised roads that exist and go on to any j of the gravel roads to see exactly j the condition of the roads be comes after the Winter Rains. When i it is considered that extensive Patch ing is carried out every year at heavy Cost without overcoming the j trouble and without adding to the mileage of durable roads it is Evi Dent that the problem is one that is deserving of the closest attention. It would not be fair to As j sume that the company s figures regarding present costs of maintaining roads and the estimated saving under such a scheme As was proposed would be More than j approximate. We recognised that in our earlier remarks on the subject when we questioned the possibility of the savings being such As would permit the extinction within Ter. Years of the Council s loan indebted Ness. At the same time it is reasonable to suppose that the com Pany was Correct in stating that considerable savings could be effected by carrying out an extensive gramme of surfacing of roads. The Council has shown on Many Occa Sions that it Recognises that fact by t its proposals for carrying out jus such a scheme on a smaller scale As the company proposes. There is this essential difference that the Council would have to but its coat to suit its cloth and would Only be Able to do such work ech year As it had Money to finance. Thus it would certainly be some years before the Road ways could be brought to a uniform condition of durability. Further More the Council has not the Plant necessary for the treatment of the roads on such a. Large scale and to ensure Economy in working it would have to Lay out a Large sum of Money in purchasing that Plant before Wor could be commenced. We Are not advocating that the Council should snap up the proposals put Forward by the company without the fullest investigation. Ii would be As wrong to do that As it is to reject them without investigation the magnitude of the work propos a makes it essential that the pos Ais be subjected to the closest scrutiny. For instance the com Pany provided no specification of the work which it proposed to do ant such would be essential before ans decision could be reached. A Ful Survey of the roads of the town would also need to be undertaken and decision made of the widths that would be required in various streets. That it would be necessary to vide Bitumen surfaces of a Width greater than fifteen feet in All streets we do not believe. We be Lieve we Are not in error in saying j that there Are roads already made in the town which Are less than fifteen feet wide the traffic on which in the j past Bas not justified a greater Width i Why a Road should be of adequate Width when built of gravel and too narrow when it is proposed to sur face it with Bitumen is hard to comprehend. We Are not wedded to the proposals of the . Spraying company. It May be that if the scheme wat fully Analysed it would be found impracticable. But we certainly be Lieve and we have Good reason to think that Many ratepayers hold the same View that the scheme should be Given the fullest consideration and that if it be possible a Confer ence should be arranged with the company s representatives at which details could be fully discussed. It might then be found that the scheme was sound enough to justify the Council in taking a decisive step either by concluding an agreement with the company or by calling ten Ders for a similar programme. What we wish to impress on the councillors is that while the rate payers of Albany Are deeply appreciative of the Progress that has Al ready been made toward rehabilitating the position of the town financially they Are also keenly desirous of having the roads attended to in a Way that will give Relief from the present High costs of maintain Ance and which will also give some Prospect of Relief from the anxiety that is inseparable from the heavy Burden of loan rates. Local and general Bailiff s Sale cancelled. J acting on instructions from the sheriff of the supreme court the Bailiff of the Albany local court has cancelled the Sale of property of h. E. Folkard on judgment sum Monses Folkard having filed his petition in bankruptcy. � � � thanks. Matron Stafford of the Albany government Hospital desires to thank the women s rest House committee for the gift of a cot and Linen miss Kath Lee for a donation of �12/6/-, toe h for painting the men s Ward and mrs. Baes Jou for books. � 5 � Albany Council. There will be a meeting of the Albany municipal Council in the Council chamber to night at 8 o clock. Business will include no times of motion by or. Ingham the j preparation of the estimates and the striking of rates for the coming municipal year. At the rising of the Council the monthly meeting of the Albany water Board will be held. Ass Regent theatre. Again to night Gary Cooper Ana Claudette Colbert in his no matter her past was no matter she had done or she is she is still his woman no. 2, Dolores costello h. B. Warner and William Warren in expensive costello and Warren we hams were brought together because Only their exceptional talents could handle love s delicate complexes with such finesse a cartoon news and travelogue in support. An All co Medy night tuesday and wednes Day next dec. 13-14. Will Rogers Jetta Goodall Joel Mccrea Boris Karloff in business and meet Mahatma Rogers he s a tonic in a tunic Bamboo Ling a desert Sheik and beguiling a treacherous Brunette. Business Bent him badly pleasure nearly broke him and a starry eyed baby nearly weans him from his Roll. And Charlie Murray and George Sidney in the Cohen s and Kelly s in All the dodos of Hollywood gathered Toge ther to make scenes for this funniest of All pictures and you la see them doing their tricks at the famous co Chanut Grove and other Hollywood hot spots. Thursday and Friday next dec 15-16. Not an air show but an air show in the making be Hind which you la see the Demoniac director who bought thrills at the Price of death the lost Richard Dix Mary Astor Dorothy Jordan an Eric von str Heini Are featured. The greatest flying Pic Ture Ever made with the greatest Story Ever told a Story of love Devotion and Sacri Fie of one pal for another and his sweetheart mad crazed for thrills a desperate Pic Ture director makes the greatest air stunt flyers perform death defying feats which have thrilled the world showing also steady company with Norman Foster Zazzu Pitts and june Clyde. Great Money saving cough mixture recipe Over one million australian Citi Zens annually save much Money by making this wonderful family cough and influenza remedy. Obtain from your chemist or store a two shilling bottle of concentrated Reenzo and add it to sweetened water. By do ing this you will have a Supply equal in Quantity and Superior in Quality to eight Ordinary sized bottles of the usual ready made up cough mix Tures that would Cost up to �1. You will be delighted with the speedy Way Reenzo soothes sore throats eases the Chest and banishes coughs cold and influenza. Tourism matters Albany association meets. The committee of the Albany tourist and information association net in the Council chamber last thurs Day the mayor or. G. W. Stead presiding Over a full attendance of members. Correspondence was received from the director of the government tourist Bureau with details of distribution of posters. Or. A. Pamment re Katanning Days thanking association for assistance rendered. Commonwealth railways depart ment re the display of photos of Albany at special exhibitions Etc., and also offering to distribute Book lets. Albany Branch of the wireless Institute of ., re radio exhibition. Town clerk stating that the coun j Eil was not prepared to spend Money on the Little Grove Road. A resident of Beverley asking for booklets for Issue in that town. The Western mail expressing willingness to co operate with the association in publishing photographs of Albany. Referred to the publicity committee. Sunday times canvassing for advertising. Referred to publicity committee. Commissioner for police giving permission for the running of a Goose club. The Secretary reported that Satis factory arrangements had been made regarding prizes for the Goose club. It was decided to thank or. S. J. Hayward for recent publicity matter on behalf of the town. Or. Merrifield asked that the publicity committee consider the sign near the railway station which needed re painting. At the instance of or. Bell it was decided to endeavour to have a Large scale map of the Albany District pre pared. Or. Holand asked regarding the whereabouts of the film of Albany and suggested that the exhibitor who now has it be asked to explain Steps had been taken to show it. The Secretary reported that the film was now on tour in the country and the matter was allowed to drop for Tho time being. Or. Holmes referred to the new booklets and asked was the sex j act Cost of printing them. The Sec rotary was unable to find the minute on the matter and after discussion it was decided that the Complete file in connection with the booklets be produced at the next meeting. It was decided to ask the local re ? preventative of the West austra i Lian to include the temperatures in j his weekly notes. The Secretary reported having for warded a list of hotels and licensed boarding houses to the tourist Bureau and also reported having pre pared a list of summer attractions which he proposed to Forward to the j Bureau at once. This and that i by the tramp the War is on for the next few j Days the might of England will be pitted against the Power of austra Lia. Already the first barrages have been fired in this most sanguinary Battle. Early reports indicated that the australian troops were standing up Well though an Early casualty was sustained the . Being obliterated. Some anxiety was Felt at first because of the absence from the australian forces of the Bradman artillery but the Ponsford and Fingle ton corps dug in and inflicted severe casualties on the English Sharp shooters. Despite alarming communiques concerning the strength of the enemy which have been flashed to England the War office at Mary Leone is not perturbed. As a pre cautionary measure it is reported to be mobilising reinforcements including an extra unit of Indian infantry and if required in later Battles they will be rushed to the scene on Scot tie s next attempt on the record for the England Australia flight. Later England penetrated the australian first line mainly As a result of a shrewd bombardment by the Larwood heavy artillery. Several casualties were inflicted but reserves held up the attack fighting with grim determination. Captain Mccabe covered himself with glory by holding an important position against heavy Odds. Rumours Are current that he is to be permitted to write for the press As a Reward for his Devotion to duty. For further reports Shioji Are bound to be inaccurate ask the Man in the Street or see shop windows. By close attention you May be Able to see behind the Maze of notices whether the establishment belongs to a Bucher or a Cost Mitre. We Rise up in All our Wrath and say that it is not so Here is a base Knave that dares to suggest that Australia s Cricket Sun has set. A i j thought so. He writes with a Lancashire accent. Anyway he s All wrong none of the matches so far has been played on a Bright sum Mer s Day. But let him say it him self Here s a game that we play on a Bright summer s Day with a Bat and a Ball and a wicket. And i always have thought As i joined in the sport that we really were playing at Cricket. But the englishmen came just to give us a game and although it is painful to say it they Are teaching us fast we Are things of the past and we really Don t know How to play it. Piece piece two innings a piece and it comes a bit of a Shock Kippax Stanley and Don. Cannot be relied on to give Larwood and Allen the Denmark notes i a. & h. Society. The usual monthly meeting of the committee of the a. And h. Society was held in the Institute on monday december 5, when or. W. J. Morgan j presided Over messes. D. H. Bell t. C. Church h. H. King f. Hiscock g. R. Atkinson and the Secretary or. G. Tysoe. An apology was received from the vice president or. W. J. Kingston. Tenders Are to be called for the catering on show Day and also for the right to sell soft drinks Etc. The balance Sheet showed a loss of �2/15/10. Or. G. R. Atkinson was entrusted with the responsibility of organising a concert to be held Dur ing february next. The dance held on Spring show night returned a Small profit. The next meeting was fixed for january 9. Rainfall. The rainfall for the month of no vember was 127 Points which fell on nine Days 3,976 Points were recorded for the eleven months ending no vember 30. Sustenance workers. 1about 40 men Are to be engaged j shortly in Clearing the state farm a Ingle men Only Are to be employed and will be drawn from the local unemployed. Or. Bolton who will have a targe of the work is at present making arrangements for their reception. It is estimated that about 100 acres will be undertaken. It is also expected that 40 More will arrive from Perth to do Clearing work on a group holding about eight Miles West of Denmark in order to pre pare it As a holding depot for group Stock. Both these undertakings will be under the direction of or. Pullen of the agricultural Bank. Messes. Bayley Bros. Have recently acquired a portion of the Eden estate As a grazing area for fattening Stock. J Hospital gifts. _ i the Matron of the Denmark hos a Pital desires to tender her thanks to j the following donors for their gifts j to the Hospital during the month of j november. Mrs. J. Pomery bag vegetables mrs. Offer butter and Cream mrs. P. Harrison fish and fruit mrs. Wrightson eggs Flowers and fruit mrs. J. Hill papers or. P. Berridge Cream mrs. Storrie Flowers or. Bastiani Cream or. Wil Liams vegetables mrs. Church fruit or. A. Watson vegetables and fruit j fish in the Lake. J some remarkably Good catches of fish have been recorded lately. Two local sports brought Home no less than 170 Schnapper for a three Days catch and a party of three bagged 90 Schnapper and 100 Garfish for one Day. Another party report 408 Schnapper for two Days haul. Some of the fish were Small but Sweet they Eay. Road Board. J the first meeting of the newly appointed Road Board was held in the Board s office on november 30. The meeting which was or an emergency nature was presided Over by the newly appointed chairman or. T. Fyfe a full attendance being pre sent. It was resolved that regular meetings be held on the second wednesday of each month. The follow ing committees were appointed finance messes. Malcolm Thorn and Thornton. Electric Light messes. Bastiani Smith and Marshall. Works messes. Anning love and Smith. A letter was received from or. J. Holmes asking for an Extension of Pic Usu aug in uie Vici Uny of by premises and a similar request from or. J. Clark. Both requests were held Over pending funds being Avail Able. Or. J. Clark also wrote re questing the removal of an electric Light pole. To be held Over also. Or. J. W. Hill on behalf of the gymnasium club wrote requesting improvements to the Esplanade in readiness for the aquatic sports. Or. Hill to be notified that he had not applied for the necessary Permis Sion to hold sports but in the event of an application being received the improvements asked for May be car ried out by his club. Miss e. M. Pearce wrote applying for permission to erect a stall in the j Esplanade for the Sale of soft drinks Etc., on boxing Day. Reply to be j St it that permission May be Grant j de of payment to Board of the sum of 10/-. Any other applicant May receive the same privilege on pay ? ment of a similar sum. Or. J. W. Hui applied on behalf of the Christmas tree committee for the free use of the town Hall on december 23. Reply that the use of the Hall May be had on payment of 7/6 for the night. The gymnasium club wrote ask ing for the Board s permission to run Cycle races on roads on boxing Day. Permission to be granted on the club finding their own Point supervision. The chairman Drew the Board s attention to its very unsatisfactory financial position stressing the fact that Revenue was not forthcoming As it should be. It would be necessary to sit tight on All expenditure and it was unanimously resolved that no further expenditure by incurred from Revenue except for essential ser vices until such time Asau outstand ing accounts Are paid and the Fin ances of the Board Are put on a satisfactory basis. The question of refreshments was discussed and it was agreed to Divide the business equally and in the i following order spot Tea booms Blue Bird Tea rooms Hostel and cosy Tea rooms each three months. It was decided to erect a direction Board at Junction of new Road at 98 group. Correspondence this column is intended for he expression of views of our readers and residents generally. We do not however identify ourselves with to accept responsibility for the views expressed herein better roads. To the editor. Sir the leading article on the above subject appearing in your Issue of the 8th instant together with the text of a letter from a Road construction firm in Perth and the account of the special Council meet ing held on monday the 5th instant make interesting Reading for sadly harassed ratepayers. A tentative proposal conveyed in the form of a preliminary letter to construct and maintain existing roads in Albany for a term of. Ten years was received by the Council and considered at the special meeting. It must be freely admitted that the letter in question is loosely worded and much Neces sary information has been withheld nevertheless the genesis of an excellent scheme is apparent. Grant ing this the ideas underlying tin proposal seem sound and business like and the offer of the company to Send a representative to Albany to Confer with the local authorities presumably without Cost to the coun cil is a guarantee of the Bona fides of the authors of the proposal. Judg ing by your report scant consideration was Given to the matter by the councillors. It seems that with one exception they decided to Tum it Down As quite unworthy of their consideration. Surely when a proposition however crude is made to re Lieve the ratepayers of half of their worries the suggestion should not be thrown lightly aside. The state of our roads at the pre sent time is appalling and the futile efforts of the employees to a Tat existing roadways by a process of temporary Patching Are ludicrous. In the outlying portions of the wards nothing whatever is being done and the state of the town is rapidly be coming a disgrace to the ratepayers. I am convinced that the Council with its very limited capital and its amateurish staff of corporation repair ers is incapable of constructing or even maintaining its roads. Is it not possible to have the necessary work undertaken by some competent firm which specialises in this class of work May we not ask the mayor and councillors to give the scheme propounded As Well As others easily obtainable very serious consideration any idea which will enable us to reconstruct and maintain our roads for a Long period is Well Worth the closest scrutiny. Yours Etc i ? better roads. To the editor. J sir i Reading the report of the special meeting of the Albany Council a printed in the last Issue of your paper leaves one with a Peculiar feel ing in the pit of the stomach. That an offer of such importance to the town should be so lightly treated by our civic fathers seems tragic if one did not Realise that councillors would have ample Opportunity for Reading and considering the offer before the meeting. How Ever reconsideration of the matter does not excuse the total closing of negotiations upon such pointless objections As were raised. I for one am hoping that your pointed leading article will Rouse the ratepayers to protest and that they will insist upon i further and More exhaustive consideration of the offer. Yours Etc Hoose warming on the evening of november 19. A very enjoyable function took place at Ema Point. Mrs. Hitcher and Snaggs were joint organisers and they arranged the evening in the form of a Surprise party to break in the dancing floor and open mrs. A. Fer Guson s new dining room and offices. They Are situated apart from the Hostel building Are most up to Date and comprise a Large dining room with glassed in sides facing Oyster Harbour a Large Kitchen with Cement floor and two huge ranges also specially built for coolness and Hygiene a Roomy pantry and store room. Some two Hundred people availed themselves of mesdames hit Cher and Snaggs invitation and a Jolly time was spent in dancing sing ing and Bridge. The Fine floor in the Large dining room accommodated As those indulging in dancing. Mrs. Ferguson must be congratulated on her Enterprise and Faith in the future of Emu Point which by the Way is making rapid strides in the popular suburb direction. P. H. W. Johnson co chemists Opp Post office Albany Kodak supplies
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