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Brisbane Daily Mail (Newspaper) - February 10, 1924, Brisbane, Queensland National Library of Australia Dinty shoes that Patent ankle strap shoe Light town Lorlei. Sties 7 to 10, 12/8 11 to 1. 12/11 2 to 8, 14/3 a to 6, 16/11. Vic Jensens Queen Atreo and the Valley. Re. Special i 1 offer i s for 10 Days j i Mcwhirter j j High Grade ready to Wear Sac suit. J 50/ j. I to undoubtedly. Brisbane s i biggest value in ready to i 1 Wear 3-Pioce Tweed Sac suits j j tailored in smart fashionable a a style with a perfection of fit and j j finish that will Appeal to every a Man. Made of a Good service j j Able Quality medium a dark Grey g All Wool Tweed coat with Plain j Back outside breast pocket. And j Jug two buttons front Tronser with a Side and hip pocket and Gauntlet j Bottoms. Sizes 3 to 6. A Weik a terse special Price for 10 Days i j 50/ i a Mon a dept. Ground floor j. J Brunswick Street building Moi ii Toile 34g0 15 i Heel c. billiard match t. /. 1nman emulates. Samson australian Cable service London saturday. Melbourne in was approaching Tho table to con Nunuo playing his match against Smith Whon to fell having Boon sized again with vertigo a doctor declared him unfit to play and Tho referee awarded Tho game to Smith Tho scores being Smith 5605 human 3571. " earlier messages stated that Inman fell Down a flight of stops and-8lightly injured himself but luckily carried on. He had had his Board permanently removed by. A secret process and Al though to. Has Nob shaved for five Days his Faco was is smooth As a Maidens it saves Timo and trouble in Tho. Morning Inman. Remarked but i forgot what happened to broadcasting Wembley exhibition relaying to Australia t australian Cable service London saturday. The Broad casting company is negotiating for Tho right to tristal a wireless transmitter at Wembley and is considering Tho suns suggestion to attempt. To broadcast Tho exhibition opening and later events to All Tho dominions. Engineers studying Tho numerous technical difficulties Point out that it is easier to broadcast North and. South Han East and Wost. Australia Prev scots Tho greatest problem to cau8q Whilo it is comparatively easy to Roach a Distant country whore Tho hours of darkness Aro simultaneous with those in England it will to extrom oly difficult to relay to Australia during Tho summer months because Daylight and darkness Aro never simultaneous in Tho two forecast. Scattered thunderstorm rata in All divisions chiefly in the tropical Interior and Yontl Sistern districts. Warm t hot and sultry generally by. Winds chiefly Oast dry to northerly. Our Rumbin Kurra saturday. Mrs. Barker wife i of the local storekeeper at. Cur Rumbau i i informed the police to Day that a por Tion of Tho body of the victim of Fri Day s drowning had been discovered. I the Cliff mystery. I Roaden of to boys and girls full Pagoda Aro invited this week to Noire what in called to Ollit a copy of " the work of a scout by Arnold we Bolt d.8.o., m.o., will be awarded to the competitor who sends Solu Tion. The closing Date in saturday next february 18. I v. Qualities of a scout. Described by the governor �. 1 Vav 7 Hall at Ipswich opened. A splendid How was Tho com ment of his excellency Tho governor sir Matthew Nathan Asho ent Rod the por Trot the new scouts Hall in Ipswich on saturday and viewed the Largo gathering of boy scouts and girl Guileb assembled outside the object of his excellency s visit was to open the new Ball built by Tho congregational Church for the Uso of Tho scouts and girl guides of Ipswich the Hall stands in East Street South and. Is Large and Well suited to scouting needs. To want this Hall to be a real Homo for scouts and Puldos said the Rev. A. H. Austin who on behalf of the Ipswich scouts welcomed the governor. Sir Matthew Nathan to said had always shown great in Terest in matters of development and As. Chief scout for Queensland gave much of his Timo in the interests of Tho scouting movement in. Queens land to handed to sir Matthew Nathan a key with a Silver tag Bear ing an inscription memorial of the occasion and asked his excellency to give them a photograph of himself which they would hang in the Hall. To this request the governor said he acceded with pleasure and would Send them a photograph when he had one taken in his uniform of chief scout governor s address. His excellency then addressed the. Gathering. It has Given to great pleasure to said to come to Ipswich to receive on. Behalf of. The boy scouts and girl guides the right to use this excellent Hall that has been As kindly and generously granted to them by a much respected Community in this City. The Hall will be most useful for business meetings for Cor town courses of training and for work or play at times when it. Is not pos sible to work or play outside. 1 need scarcely Tell you however that a scout As such works mainly in the open indoors one studies from books and outdoors one studies from nature and nature study is necessary for Tho essential work of a scout in the Ori Ginal meaning of. The. Word a pop son sent ont to gain and bring in to Inge n Fin than senso the native track apr of Queensland and the Bushman of flout Africa accustomed to Getty fair Liveli Hood from following up the tracks of animals or., the vindicatloh3l� of other things from which Uliey. Lev and also old Days to of Lookout or pro Ycint Theja Olyis being found by Jan Nemyj wore probably it Tho. Bost a the Wori Tori car scouring Thev of saw us Star ditto ?fat5on. V a Al feb ipod co uth a 6f c6urso-to . To. Observation so As to to Abi Potako and Van t ago of what to Geca. Y Hoard Only this week of an i instance of such " resource from Tho Man who himself showed it. A station in Tho South West was suffering terribly from dingoes that Woro destroying and frightening the sheep and it bad proved impossible to find out by watch ing whore they Wero Chi Mug from. A Sandy Road ran. Through the station and one evening my informant took his motor ear right along Tho Road with some saplings dragging behind that adopt Hway All the old Marks from it. In the morning going Over the Road again to found now tracks made by to pads of dogs whore they had crossed the Road. This enabled him to set traps and destroy Tho vermin. Tho dose observation and ready resource of which i have Given you in stances Are Apt to to lost by Tho town Dweller it is really a great loss As without it men grow up duller in quickly seeing and promptly doing. One of the objects of Tho boy. Scout move ment is to Ynve the future generation especially of town dwellers from being affect and he thin Ortii Uneit of by Baum in be so very difficult to prevent this in Queensland where the country is pretty close to the town and Tho Bush habits feelings and thoughts Are thoroughly planted in the people. In laying Strebs on Tho importance of the scouts work outside i. Trust i Havo not appeared ungracious to Tho donors of Tho use of this Hall. mentioned purposes for which it Prill Sorvo greatly. In it Tho scouts will come closely together and learn by Precept and i Trust also by practice those other qualifications of Mutual help of general friendliness of self discipline and 1 of a High sense of duty that equally come into Tho essence of the movement is i have told you on other occasions and will not now a Voto of thanks to his excellency was moved by Tho mayor of Ipswich Alder Man a. T. Stephen Sand seconded. By my. Allan cribb., who was associated with the. Founding of Tho scout movement in Ipswich 13 Vears ago. The governor than opened the Hall and nut. The presentation key in his but tonhole1-. After. Examining Tho building to inspected the scouts and girl guides. Brave scout rewarded. " one of the outstanding events of the afternoon was the presentation to second a Parkinson of Tho 1st Ipswich troop of the Silver Cross awarded to him for conspicuous 1 gallantry in rescuing cub Mastor Hunter from drowning. District scoutmaster m Gill told the Story of the scout s bravery. Or. Hun Ter with a. Troop of cubs went to a for swimming practice and he to find where it was Safo for the cubs to. Bathe. But Tho dry weather w ubc4 a thick growth of weeds round 5a s.hj10 � the Pool and in these r by stat became entangled. Fortunately second Parkinson Tho Only rnnij811 1 saw or Hunter in Dif nil swam to his Aid. He Jim to hair and at last j he desp crato struggle in Tho weeds Burden to tils feh Nuny its n Flam re5"iratin u7 it an heroic died j vhf. 5,.? of a optional bravery ency s we Lent As his Sixto Tho cro8s breast to in Intel . 1 Stouta and guides no pointed out that. Scout Parkinson scout nm1 boso qualities which every is and Ai Abl old possess first Pluck secondly Tho Power to Arap to when about Yon you and blam intr it on Ito called for Throe cheers -for1 scout Parkinson Winch were heartily Civen. His excellency presented to. The 1st Ipswich troop Tho Owen shield which they Hail won pfc the scouts sol timing carnival in december inst. To commissioner t. R. Alexander he in heed. Over Tho shield presented by copt. Jos. Francis m.h.r., for Competition to twon troops of Tho Morton elect Date. Also to the girl guides h o handed Over a Standard presented by jars. Cli Almors and a trophy Flag for patrol Competition. or. F. R. Lloyd chairman of Tho scouts executive represented that body and assured Tho Ipswich troops of the sympathy Tho of Cautivo. Felt towards All country scouting bodies. Garden fete. In conjunction with Tho opening of Tho new Hall and to raise funds for Tho scouting organisations n Garden hold in Tho congregational sunday school grounds organised by Tho girl guides and scouts under Captain Morgan and scoutmaster Elliot. Those in Chargo of stalls were work stall miss Shapcott sweets tall miss Wheeling Refre Sliment stall Fiss How Ard Cako and produce miss Brown j dips Bliss Gillespie. Sailing sportsmen were disappointed by the wind. At the Start Ewery Uig looked promising of the Hamilton. The footer il/.c., victor9.and-Nocl, Are Shotin on the left and next arc the 22-footers, Evelyn and Myee. \ r. Garden City 400 Concrete houses an English. Scheme australian Cable service London. Saturday. Experiments in constructing the Crayford Garden City which will contain 400 Concrete houses costing �.100 of Nib Atli Tref. It solution of Tho housing problem. Each House will comprise a living room Par Lour bathroom Kitchen and three or four bedrooms. Tho houses it a said will be Cool in summer and warm in Winter builders assert that Concrete becomes stronger 1 with. Passing years. Tim Concrete used in the building of the. Houses will to made from. Gravel taken from the site. Japan reconstruction. Australian Gable service London saturday Japan is Rais ing. �60,000,000 it cd per cent in Bri Tain and America for earthquake re construction. Shocking murder film actress the victim beaten and sir wrangled gems Worth �2000 oals service Vancouver saturday. New York has a outlier Dottie King murder to add Toher criminal annals. Louiso Larson a movie actress aged 24. Has been found dead in her fashion Able apartment facing natural history Park in West seventy soon Ali strict. V Iler bands had Beon and tied to bedpost with a Leash belonging to to girl s belgian police dog which Lay moaning in another room she was Clad in a Nightgown and had a Towel stuffed in Ker Mouth the ends of which were fastened to her Faco with adhesive plaster. Dottle King s murderer was never found but it is evident that the killing followed a quarrel among a blackmail gang. Tho murder of Louise Larson a very pretty girl was a much simpler Case for Tho police. Certain Clever thieves were responsible for to tragedy. Tho murder occurred after 0 o clock in. Tho morning when Tho occupant of an adjoining apartment heard a Knock at miss Larson s door. Two men were seen and one was heard to say it a the sex. Gross Man.". Once inside they must ave. Pounced on her immediately for there Wero Jio sounds of the struggle which must have occurred according to the disorder in. The room. Gems Worth �2000 Ere missing the dog was chloroformed and helpless. A maid found the girl two hours later her body still being warm. To pay indemnity German China treaty australian Cable service Hong Kong saturday. The North China daily nows at Shanghai has been reliably informed that an agreement Lias been arrived at Between China and Ger Many under which Germany has agreed to pay China s \ War indemnity ol100 400,000 dollars from which amount is deducted Tho Cost of certain Ger Man commercial properties which were confiscated during the War. The net amount payable to China will be approximately 45,000,000 dollars of which amount 13,000,000 dollars will to paid in Cash and the remainder in rail Way and other Bonds what could be jollies on a sultry Day the bathers an d tie paddlers washing Tiv a thoughts of school Drudgery at the Bayside. Putsch feared Serru Arspn in Munich May resign published in the times a London. Saturday. Tho bavarian Govomi idiot. Says that. Munich admits Tho danger. Of another Putsch Coin cd Dent with to Hitler trial. Tho Cor Rospo dont of Tho times declares How Lvov that Tho authorities no ready to Cupo with any Musur Toction and Havo already Arr Rangod for join Force cuts of Tho Beinli Wohr from Othor parts of Germany. Rumours regain Aro current of von Kalir s resigning Tho lot of a bavarian dictator. / it can scarcely to a Happy on6/-ns to is shadowed Day and i Lent by Bocci Al detectives and admits that to Daro hot. Appear at Tho opera or Othor. Public places for fear of being attacked recently to was pors Udod to attend a concert but did not sit among Tho. Audi once preferring to to in Tho artists room with his guard . To said to was alarmed at Tho conclusion Rochod by Tho Law. Professor at Munich University that if Hitler la Dondorf and others word guilty von Kalir was equally so. Every Effort is being undo to Aroujo sympathy with Ludendorff including an Appeal to gooral Hindenburg to com o Forward and Savoris War Coll ago from the disgrace of appearing in Tho Dock charged with High treason. Death by Gas within in seconds officials grimly. Cable service new York. Saturday. Tho prison authorities at Carson City Nevada Aro described a being grimly elated Over the Success of the execution of a chinese murderer by Means of Gas. Three doctors later agreed that death had actually occurred without a struggle within 10 seconds of Tho Gas. Entering the lethal chamber. Negroes electrocuted. Dallas Texas saturday. Electricity not Gas held a carnival of death when Livo negro murderers were executed in the Texas Penitentiary. Tho negroes hold up Well to Trio Brink of death. Each made a speech Asho stepped into the chair. All find got religion especially George Washington a giant coloured. Man and former preacher. Who. Had fiendishly killed his wife. It took Tho Notor a four minutes ghastly whirr to kill him. Drawing closer. 1 France and Britain. Or. Xvi Gdonald praised. Diplomatic s accesses. Tho prospects of Siporo Taulma to relations being established Between Franco Aro considerably brighter than they Havo Boen for for Timo past. Or. Ramsay Macd Onald has made an excellent f impression on Tho Fronch pros Ana people by Hub tact and diplomacy. Tho Temps a loading parisian journal Dolores that a Franco. British Fontento is both possible and dose Pablo. It also is hinted that France will not oppose Tho admission of Germany into the league of nations if proof is gluon that that country intends to fulfil Hor obligations. N published in tiie ti1ie9." London saturday. Out of what might Havo Boen an Ovil Only Good appears to Havo Como. So far from Emil storing Franco British rotations Tho publication of Tho Lloyd George interview has produced a Mora cordial spirit the Paris correspondent of to times says thib is duo to Tho promptitude shown by Tho Prima minister or. Ramsay Macdonald in notify ing Tho French Premier m. Poincare of Tho British government s Attl tudo in regard to Tho affair and presenting Hub regrets for Tho occurrence. Although it is admitted that Tho British government a blam loss in Tho matter Tho prime minister has not Only shown himself Friendly to wards Franco but has managed to con Vinco Tho Fronch of his frien Del u0bs. Prime minister s Tot. Following up thib Early diplomatic Success or. Macdonald Fias instituted a method of Roc Elving not Only the representatives of Tho British and american press but those of Tho Fronch and Othor Continental news papers. Their dispatch of occupy the principal place in the journals availing themselves of the. Opportunity thus afforded them the foreign press on the whole has not received badly this method of making state ments to Tho journalists of Othor coun tries " the 8am practice has Boon Fol Lowed by m Policaro for a Long time though permission has never Boon Given to use his name. Temporary estrangement. Tho practice was continued until Tho Franco British relations became estranged Whon m. Poincare grew Moro reserved and almost unapproachable. Foreign journalists hops that in View of the Success which appears to Havo attended or. Mac Donald s first press conference the French Prem or will now reverie to the method of granting frequent interviews. Moan Kila it is emphasised that the French will place nothing in Tho Way of an Early mooting Between m. Poin Caro and or Dondld. Iulo there is no sign of Tho Crouch consenting to evacuate the Ruhr entirely it is certain that if onco a Solit Tipp living a fair guarantee of pay in roundtrip. . Become Morely nominal thing. Piven Tho question of disarmament is not one on which need ultimately fait provided that Franco is Given a reasonable senso of Security entente possible. The feeling existing in Fronch Politi Cal circles is Best summed up by. The Temps which says a Francos British entente is possible and Desler Ablo. French Diplomatist believe that Tho understandings with or. Ramsay Macdonald Aro particularly reliable. That unquestionably is Tho prevail ing . It is even hinted that Franco will not prevent th0 admi8sionr of Ger Many to Tho Loague of nations if proof. Is Given that Gonna by intends to fulfil her obligations favourable signs. Australian 0abl7 Serviou London saturday. Or. A it. Lynos Deputy Leader of the House of commons spooking at Manchestor said there Wero signs of a bettor understanding with . Added that Britain s War sacrifices entitled her to a hew share of authority in Tho adjusting of a lasting franc German peace which the labour government. Would insist on having. Or. Theodore s plans meeting american Bankers. Published in the London saturday Tho now York correspondent of Tho times says it is understood that or. Tic Codora Tho Premier of Queensland who is expected to reach new York next week from Cut Nan on jigs Way to London will Dis cuss with american Bankers the possibility of floating a loan running into �12,000,000, which is what it is Esti mated Queensland will require in 1021 for the refunding of maturing loan issues a year s gaol anti Saloon chief australian Cable service new York saturday. William Anderson former chief of Tho now York anti Bloon league was sentenced to a year s imprisonment in Stag sing for attempting to defraud his own organisation of �5000. Before his trial Anderson claimed Liat the charge was a Frame up by wets catholics and politicians " so Tho governor sent judge Tom Kiim who is a protestant a Mason and a lifelong prohibitionist t o try him. Flag incident unexpected result Bills to be dropped australian Cable service Washington saturday. There is every indication that Tho Flag incident in connection with the funeral of or Woodsw Wilson May cause result unexpected by Glinany. Congress now tins under consideration one measure to ease Tho situation in Tho Ruhr and another authorising a big loan for Germany but it is not improbable that these will now to dropped. It up Henrs that when m. Jus strand French ambassador circular ised Tho diplomatic representatives of the nations at. Washington asking for contribution for a Wreath or. Wietfeldt Tho German ambassador Utis compelled to respond out of Bis own pocket. Or. T. W. Gerard an sex Amba Syndor at Berlin has announced that the into or. Vilson recently gave him a hand some donation which he desired should to applied As Relief for Tho professors in new controversy. A new Franco British controversy re Garding to Rhineland is foreshadowed by the correspondent of Tho times at Paris who says that Tho real significance of. Or. Lloyd Corgo s interview lies in the fact that Tho allies under Tho terms of Tho treaty of Versailles will soon to called on to withdraw from one Section of Tho Rhineland. German control. According to Tho daily news Cor respondent at Berlin the committee of experts which bus been sitting in con Ference will recommend firstly that the Ruhr and Tho Rhine incl must to re turned to German control to enable her to meet Tho Bill and secondly that the Tariff on Gorman exports must be increased Tho Rovento from which is to to placed finder International control. Such of to. Cable Nova on this Park to Hesiod b As appeared to the and a Eabold to Australia by ipe Clai permission. It should to under. Stood that to opinions Are not toss of Moba Tinaa Una pcs of Pressly stated. Glassi accurate inexpensive. The or v l coamalldpi.edwaiid6iiisbm Mai Oaut St. Toowvom1a i pure Irish j j linens i at Finney s i a. A a Havo Yon. A desire for. Snow " j Wilto pure kilns ii damask and. 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To a prone ".mtamtav, ? or " Hng bos by of Joom Elco for Owr eight join Vit jul oiimw6.youto la nerf Ioor and Well prove it Byver Dong an. Acoustic on Wruss Toui Oln poor own bomb wit Toni asking Yon to Payon Penny. There Ere no Rax Orvilon a heft Ever Totta offer the tree trial la. Port. For the asking. Xam80n company. 115 Daung Homo be son Fieroe Sydney. Sinister. Cause police suspicions v Sydney fire epidemic Stoney saturday. Though they Havo no definite evidence Thero is feeling amongst Polica end fire chiefs that the alarming in. Crease in the outbreaks of fire lately May have some sinister important conference has. Keen hold Between or. Utchel inspector general of police and Lar Jackson chief fire officer. Her. Mitchell stated at the con. Delusion of the conference that Spe. Cial precautions Are to he Takon by. The police and that in future a thorough investigation into the oxi Gin of outbreaks will he. Made. Old Man robbed Hoard of notes and. Gold. Glen Innes saturday. A old ago pensioner named George Bartlet was robbed. At red Range of �49, nine Sove reigns and some Gold dust the old Man kept his Hoard a a Basket under his bed. Tho Basket with the Soye reigns und Gold dust was found later in Tho Bush Somo distance from Tho hut but there Trace of the notes. Tho police Are investigating the mat Tor. After Lenin whom glimpses of Russia. Tho recent death of Lenin and. The report of impending revolt. Against the soviet government. La. Russia Aiva additional interest Toa series of articles upon Batesla of to Day which win begin to appear in the Dally mail to Morrow. They Aro from Tho Pon of that Brilliant australian Jour Ruquist. Sydney do logo who recently made a comprehensive tour of Russia Aid. A com. Pleto examination of modes of lev ing under the soviet. To speak with auth6rityupon the new. System of education pro mailing there Tho morale of the. Army and living conditions in Gene Rol he is impressed with the Oarn. Estness with which the russians Havo accented _ their new Duc Trinei and gives Somo interesting snapshots i of Tho new. Leaders

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