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Albany Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 8, 1939, Albany, Western Australia National Library of Australia r an audit certificate protects advertisers shipping. State shipping service Kymbra from Albany to Fremantle on tuesday. Railways goods office Albany. Interstate sailings Fremantle to Adelaide Melbourne Sydney Brisbane. Agents vessel sails at Albany Dun Troon May la Dalgety & co. Ltd. Anunda May 18. Adelaide steamship co. West Ralia May 25. Dalgety & co. Ltd. Katoomba june 1. Mcilwraith Mceacharn Ltd. Katoomba will Call at Albany for passengers Only on Friday june 2, 1939, about 10 . The Blue funnel and Shaw Savill joint service. To England and South Africa Steamer tons sails a Ascanius 10,000 May 16. B Themistocles 11,231 May. 26. A Nestor 14,629, june 9. A Anchises 10,000 july 21. A Ulysses 14,652 aug. 18 a first class Only b first and third class c Cabin class Only. For farther particulars apply Dalgety and co., limited _ or " Henry wills & co., limited. Do you fee done up s an Orient cruise will Cut the knot May 23-Fiji. Jun. 20-Rabaul jul. 18-Noumea. Aug. 15-pa up from Fremantle 34 Days from 25 & 24 it. Local agent Arthur Johnston & co. Albany. Iolent in a 17?. Inc in e n g or n d Empire theatre again tonight monday 8thtuesday 9th metro Goldwyn Mayer s mightiest achievement. Sweethearts in Colour starring Jeanette Mae Donald and Nelson Eddy. Supported by the new audios copies and featurettes. Owing to the enormous Success of sweethearts the Supply of glasses was exhausted and a number of patrons were unable to witness the screening of the new audios copies. To these patrons the management wish to apologise and passes Are obtainable for monday or tuesday. All patrons attending the monday and tuesday screening Are assured that glasses will be obtainable As new supplies have been brought by car from Perth. Empire wednesday 10ththursday 11th. Regent Friday 12thsaturday 13th under the red Robe Conrad Veldt Annabella. The texans Randolph Scott Joan Bennett May Robson. Next saturday 13th. Angel Margaret Sullivan James shop worn Stewart. Walking Down Broadway Michael Whalen. Claire Trevor member audit Bureau of Csc Ulahos j 1 i remember Mother s pay i next sunday May 14th. Up take Home some Little gift today. In Mother s Day has become such a popular custom that manufacturers of gift lines make special packs for this. Ocasion. We have a most attractive selection and suggest chocolates biscuits powders perfumes soaps hosiery gloves hand kerchiefs scarves handbags silk underwear or slippers. Make your Choice at Drews a. Drew Robinson & co., Ltd. tender my f soothed by a tap stops do. Cools die inflamed lei and heals by f those tiny Patna 0r a Maeooa and con fim Aue Nae Only medicated soap Indi after sharing and Ati it contains die same so Diing a Linns As die ointment. Buy Rexonna Noyi ointment it so sin. Noir Iso extra Large Tia Taree finies die it polish German tension and carry Vio Lent reports of polish attacks on Ger mans in the corridor. German planes and War materials Are being accumulated on the polish Frontier but the troop concentrations do not suggest that an attack on Poland is imminent. Military measures in Slovakia close to polish Industrial centres Are More significant. Danzig decrees seizing foreign currency. Provision for Germany. Danzig May 6.-excitement persists in Danzig but though it is unlikely that polish troops will make the first move against tile free City the fear of a conflict is not lessened by indications of German intentions As revealed in recent Laws hastily enacted by the Senate forcing All Dan tigers and branches of foreign firms even to surrender foreign currencies and securities even if held abroad. It is openly stated that this legislation j is dictated from Berlin and is aimed at building up reserves of foreign currency and Bonds for Germany s j use when she takes Over Danzig. Britain pleased by colonel Beck s statement. Firm but moderate. London May 7.-official quarters report that colonel Beck s speech has been received in London with Lively satisfaction. It is Felt that he had i made the position Clear in firm but studiously moderate terms but at the same time he closed no doors and is ready to solve the issues by negotiation. Sex ? Albany cyclist Breaks Narrogin club record. Fred Ingham s Effort in bettering the club s 50-mile record set up by r. F. Godfrey. Was recognised at the Narrogin cub Alling club s carnival last month. In giving Fred the c. Douglas shield which he will hold until someone else Breaks the record the president or. J. Hayes congratulated him on Bis Effort and mentioned that he thought it impossible that anyone should have lowered the rec Ord As Fred had done. Fred Ingham is a former member of the Albany cycling club. When that body was at full strength and enjoying enthusiastic patronage Fred and his brother Selwyn better known As Ding were prominent among Ham won a it. Barker to Albany a Large list of Good riders. Fred chg Road race in 1929. The weather today s forecast. I Cool and Cloudy with some fur ther showers and Southern winds. Garage hold up youths and girls. Rob service station. Sydney May 7.-two youths and two girls in a stolen motor car Rob bed a service station at the Corner of Roxford and College streets Early this morning afer they had battered the attendant unconscious with a Tyre lever. Joseph crawford21was the Only attendant on duty at 4.40 . When a car drove in for petrol. After serving the petrol Crawford was at but to inflate a Tyre at the request of the Driver when a youth picked up it Tyre lever and struck him a heavy blow on tile head. Blood spurted from the wound and As Crawford fell Back he was struck again. Before losing consciousness Crawford remembered that the two men held him Down while two girls jumped from the car and took two leather Cash bags suspended round his neck. One bag was empty but the other contained six or seven pounds. The four then jumped into the car and drove off. The axe Powers Italy amp Japan. Fear of War. London May 7.-there is in creasing evid Jouce that both italian and japanes step or for Germany is waning. Italy s viewpoint. Is that having gained most of her objectives she desires not to a dragged into a War in which Ste a May lose her Empire. Consequently Feghe is counselling a moderate German attitude towards Poland. A speech in Tokio by the japanese foreign minister or. A Ila is taken As indicating the Jap anese wish to withdraw i attn the diplomatic tournament being Fife aged in Europe. F ? Market reports producers markets Coop. Limited. Report As follows in respect of Sale held at Kalgoorlie Branch on Friday May 5, 1939 weather mild. Vegetables cabbage came to hand freely and is steady. Swedes and pumpkin plentiful and easy. On ions scarce demand Good. Potatoes slightly easier. Prime peas sold Well. Beans improved. Potatoes 9a to 10/6. Onions 33/ to 35/-. Pumpkin 3/6 to 6/-. Cabbage bags 8/ to 10/- half bags 2/6 to 6/9. Peas 3d. Poor to 6ld. Prime. Beans 2d. To Sid. Swedes 3/ to 6/6. Fruit apples plentiful and steady. Oranges and Lemons came to hand freely and eased. Tomatoes in Good demand. Pears poor and easy. Grapes steady. Passion fruit in Good demand. Apples dumps Jonathon 4/ Small to 7/6 prime delicious 6/ to 8/- Spitz 4/ to 5/3 Granny Smiths 5/ to 7/- cieos., 2/6 poor to 5/6 prime dunns 2/ Small to 4/6 prime. Oranges valencias dumps 3/ to 7/- Flats 2/ to 5/- navels Flats 2/ to 5/6. Tomatoes Flats 9/ to 13/6. I pears dumps Pelffer 2/6 to 6/- half dumps Var 1/ to 2/- three i Quarter dumps 1/6 to 2/6. I grapes Black Wortley Hall 5/ to 6/- White Muscatel 5/6 to 7/-. Quinces 2/6 to 4/-. Passion fruit Flats 13/ to 14/- half Flats 9/ to a. Eggs moderate supplies Forward demand Good. Country new Laid 1/10 to 1/11 per dozen. Stores 1/8 to 1/9 per dozen. Poultry Good supplies to hand. Prime lots in demand. Cockerel of White to 9/6 prime. Hens 5/9 White to 7/9. Turkey gobblers 20/ Light to 25/ medium. Turkey hens 10/ toll Light. Drakes 11/6. Ducks 7/#. Mother s Day j greetings telegrams. The postmaster general s depart ment announces that newly designed Mother s Day greetings Telegram forms and envelopes brightly coloured and in keeping with the spirit of the occasion will be available for the use of the Public from 8th to 21st May. The sender should write before the address of the Telegram the instruction Mother s Day greetings for which there will be no charge. The usual Telegraph rates will apply there being no additional charge for the special form. Telephone subscribers May Lodge their greetings telegrams by Tele phoning their messages to the nearest Post office. Stationmaster s death \ late c. Neve. A finding that George Coomber Neve station master of it bar Ker came to his death through in juries sustained. When engaged in shunting operations at it. Barker on april 10, was delivered by the distract Coroner or. E. Y. Butler . On thursday. The inquest was held at it. Barker. No blame is attachable to anyone he said. the chief evidence was. Given by engine Driver Edward Brosnan who was engaged in shunting operations j in the Yard. He said that a Rake of j trucks was left i front of the station master s office and the engine was turned on a turntable. The fireman in the engine heard someone calling for help. On investigation it was found to be a Man lying be i sides the Rake of trucks. It was the station master George Neve. De ceased told Brosnan that he had been knocked Down by a Rake of trucks. He had been unable to get away. Brosman said that Neve s right leg was severed at the hip. He was conscious. Deceased was removed to Hospital but died before admittance. It was or. Brosnan s opinion that the trucks ran Back while deceased was Locking the Points. It was impossible for my engine to run Over the deceased he said. Golf saturday s fixture. Win for o. Tomlinson. On saturday afternoon last the Al Bany Golf club continued the series i of fixtures. A bogey Competition was played and the Winner o. Tomlinson returned an All Square card followed closely by d. Robinson with 1 Down. There was a Good Field of play ers and following Are the results of the Best cards returned j o. Tomlinson Hep. 8, All Square. D. Robinson 9, 1 Down. P. Davey 5, 2 Down. N. Ferguson 3, 2 Down. R. Hall 10, 4 Down. W. Corbett 15, 4 Down. J. Crofts 5, 4 Down. S. Pix 12, 4 Down. W. Ferguson 16, 5 Down. A notable Absentee from the links on saturday was the club Champion f. Womersley who unfortunately suddenly developed appendicitis and was operated on on saturday night. Reports since state that he is making satisfactory Progress. Caught. A country Carrier in the South of England owns a motor Van licensed to carry parcels but not passengers. A jealous Neighbour complained to the police that the Carrier made most of his Money by plying for passenger Trade. A plainclothes detective with a Large suitcase saw the Van approaching and hailed it. I must get to the station As soon As possible he said. It s important that i catch the next train to London. I Don t care what you charge so Long As i get to the station in the Carrier instructed him to jump in then went full Speed for the Sta Tion arriving with a few minutes to spare. The detective jumped out. What s the fare he asked eager to make a charge. Of i Don t charge for passengers replied the Carter with a Grin but the Carriage on your suitcase will be five i Empire theatre sweethearts screens again tonight and tomorrow night at the Empire j theatre. Nelson Eddy and Jeanette Macdonald head a Fine cast in this All Colour musical comedy. They played the Lead in sweethearts and they were devoted sweethearts themselves. New York adored them Hollywood \ sought them and the Only Way they could be kept tied to the Box office was to separate them by making her Jea Lous. Delightful comedy is strewn through this gloriously Beautiful spec. Tacle which features tile screens greatest singers in Mare eurus Melody. An unusual attraction on tile pith gramme is audios copies a feature in the novel third dimensional pro Cess. Viewed through special coloured spectacles this feature gives almost alarming realism to the pictures presented causing great excitement and amusement. Jungle juveniles a Pete Smith oddity a travelogue Cov ering the Paris exposition and a newsreel Complete the programme. Screening on wednesday and thurs Day nights at the Empire and on Fri Day and saturday nights at the Reg ent is under the red Robe Star ring Conrad Veidt and Annabella. A stirring drama set in the France of Cardinal Richelieu. For a woman s warm lips he faced the vengeful thrust of a thousand rapiers and slashed through the Scarlet intrigue that threatened a throne. In the j very Shadow of tile Gallows he dared All for love. And the texans with Joan Bennett and Randolph Scott is a rousing Story of Texas the cattle Empire after the civil War. Facing incredible hardship an intrepid girl and a Man of Iron Blaze the cattle Trail across half the continent facing Frontier terrors for their love. The epic Romance of a valiant people. Coming next saturday shop worn Angel with Margaret Sullavan and James Stewart and walking Down Broadway starring Claire Trevor and Michael Whalen. Shipping i the . Kymbra berthed at the town jetty at 10.30 . Friday and discharged 220 tons of general car go. With 10 tons of cargo for Esper Ance the vessel sailed at 10.20 . On saturday. The vessel will return to Albany and sail for Fremantle at 9 . Tuesday. State shipping service agents. Sailing from Melbourne the . Surrey berthed at the deep water jetty about 4.30 . Yesterday to Load a cargo of 35,000 cases of fruit for the United kingdom. The vessel is expected to sail via Fremantle 1 about noon wednesday providing j. Loading operations Are not hampered i j by rain. Mcilwraith Mceacharn Ltd., j agents. _ Small boy travels 10,000 Miles. I _ j on his fourth visit to Australia Graham Douglas 8, has brought j his football boots and bicycle with. Him. When he stepped off the Mel j Bourne Star in Melbourne last week i he had completed More than 100,000 j Miles of travel. ? Graham s father is . M. J s. Douglas who is in London j Graham left Australia where he was j born when he was nine weeks old j and since then has visited Singa pore Ireland and India. He arrived on his latest trip with his Mother. World s fair huge Cost of transportation. Travel experts in new York Esti mate that visitors to their great world s fair which opened on 1st May will spend with transportation companies the huge sum of More than �25,000,000 for transport to and from the exposition during its currency. It is believed that about 125,000 motor caravans with full complement of visitors will be Park 1 de in special areas provided for their reception. Did s Day Home Mother wanted to spend saturday afternoon playing Bridge and father a statistician reluctantly agreed to abandon his Golf and spend the afternoon with he three Small and energetic children. When Mother returned father handed her this dried tears 9 times tied shoes 13 times toy balloons bought 3 per child average life of balloon 12 seconds cautioned children not to Cross Street 21 times children insisted on crossing Street 21 times number of saturdays father will do this again 0."

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