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Albury Banner And Wodonga Express Newspaper Archives Jul 19 1935, Page 31

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Albury Banner and Wodonga Express (Newspaper) - July 19, 1935, Albury, New South Wales Poison Gas from air _ a. A in i a Protection for Britain government s plans Jirec liars have Beau sent by the British government to local authorities promising to arrange air ? raid warnings for the whole of great Brit Ain also a general lighting re Tention and to accumulate stocks of Gas masks and special protective clothing to co ordinate Hospital stores and equipment to Nii Suro Reserve is of bleach inn now Der for Gas decontamination to Tiam instructors in anti Gas measures and to advise local authorities and eni plovers on the Protection of buildings. The circular asks the local authorities to prepare first Aid and Hospital treatment for casualties to provide Rescue parties an emergency communication system emergency Road be Paiit a and the removal of debris. Local authorities Ai e also asked to maintain essential Public Sei vices dui ing and after raids to train voluntary bodies to help in that work to arrange extra police Tirc services and special Street lighting to protect Public build Ings from bombs and Gas to show householders the Best Way of saving their Homes to organise Public lec Tures regarding anti Gas measures Ami air raid precautions. The government desires employers to protect their premises and Peison Noi Ana to arrange Jire squads and first Aid squads among their staffs House holders Are requested to Luain to Pio text their Homes and families and to Volunteer for local precautionary ser vices. The circular explains that the Mea sures Are wholly precautionary and that it in unwise to imply the risk of War in the near future or the relaxation of the government s efforts to in ski c peace. Neveitt Hucless it adds despite the plans to increase the air Force and ground and anti aircraft 4e fences it is impossible to guarantee immunity from attack. The Cost of Public Bombproof shelters is prohibitive electro physics v ?. Seemingly incredible advances or. Nikola Tesla the Holder of 700 Basic patents celebrated his 79th birthday in new York in customary fashion by revealing the seemingly in credible advances he was making in the Field of electro physics. He said he had completed studies which knocked the props from under the theory of relativity. He had measured the velocities of the cosmic Ray from an Tarus which he found 50 times greater than the Speed lights which relativity proponents contended were the Maxi mum Speed in the physical universe or. Telsa described two electrical inventions one an apparatus by which mechanical Energy can be transmitted to any part of the terrestrial Globe he said it had Many prac Tir Cal applications such As providing a new and unfailing Means of communication and a Safe Means of guiding ships at sea. Another invention which ? will be considered absolutely impossible by competent electrical engineers he described As a new method and apparatus for producing ? direct current without a commutator by which aeroplanes and even lorries -.and, rail ways could be operated by ? electric Power from a station. Rivers overflow. Thousands drowned in China the Yangtze River burst its Banks the entire City of Hanyang ? and neighbouring villages have been. Wiped out. Two thirds of the inhabit ants of Hanyang have perished and 50,000 Are homeless. The streets in other Large cities have been submerged. The Dykes protecting Hankow have held the flood Waters so far but troops agave Ueen Caiiou our in Imi Curmi a them. More than 3,000 people were drowned in their Beds when the flood Waters overwhelmed the walled City of Yonzo. The houses collapsed like Sand castles. Neighbouring villages submerged and hundreds of Corpse floating Clown Tho River. A third major flood disaster is feared ii North China where Tho Lungting River is rising at an alarming rate.?.,., ?. ? i s ? ? am old Friend tells the truth you were head of our More straight from the outside Selling staff. Shoulder advice needed c look at your record icon or. Walters. I m losing Yeb but now. Something will is a sales. Is it my fault do \ have to be done or i my you think a sgt is a Jaime a i Good heavens of what i be been in a Luxl a b.o.1. I never \ missing. This Febu Oread it a Home by even thought j lather s grand Fixico is of that nmn i \ \ no a of How s that for an pm Ivo or 1 ? Iliff so order or. Manager a d my ? of 51mlvto up now where do i a c a u i Al am a come on the our be Wither a victorian bread sold across . Border ? a ? 1�?. A protest was made to the acting minister for. Labor or. Hawkins against victorian Bankers competing unfairly with the baking Industry in new South Wales. The deputation which represented Tho new South Wales labor Council and the baking trades employees federation said la Gilt w Cia Illava a ill y a Toria but was prohibited by the Day. Bak us act in new South Wales. Vic Loriaux i Kors it was alleged were thereof Ore Able to Send their bread Over the to Albury and other towns in new South Wales to the detriment of the Industry in new South Wales. Or. Hawkins promised to investigate Tho complaint. V. ?. ? f ? ? ? ,. Victorian Sale Yards Royal commission personnel announced the personnel of the Royal commis Sion which has been appointed by the victorian ministry to investigate the suitability or otherwise of the Sale Yards at Newmarket was announced by the Premier or. Dunstan. The Mem Bers of Tho commission will toe a. Or. E. Gorman . Chairman. ? a re t a t7tt/alir.-r\-�� c-4 in a on a can. Ju.1. T ? v duo Bulj olwu1\. A Beau wow Tion agent of the firm of a. N. Macar thur of Bairnsdale. Or. J. Foil Grazier of mount Napier and Gisborne. Tho terms of reference will include the following athe suitability or unsuitability of the livestock Sale Yards at Newmarket for the efficient handling and Sale of like Stock. If the Newmarket Sale Yards Are unsuitable whether they can be ? made suitable and at what Cost. Tho number of live Stock that. Can be accommodated at new Marcet the Man who says he was Cut out to be single never tells who Cut him out. Tho biggest children s school in the world has g000 scholars who have never seen their teacher. It is called Tho St primary correspondence school of Brisbane and its pupils who live in such widely separated parts us Northern territory new Guinea and the Solomon islands receive. Their education by Post hapsburg Law rescinded exiled family May return to Austria a storm of applause greeted the announcement in Vienna that a Bill rescinding the hapsburg Law had been accepted unanimously by the diet. The hapsburg family after 16 years exile May now return to Austria. Scores of uniformed officers and titled people with their wives including Duke Max Ana or inc Ernest sons or Uio arc Duke Ferdinand whose assassination started the world War crowded the gallery and demonstrated their jubilation. Plough deep while sluggard sleep. A Benjamin Franklin

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