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GLENELG TRAMS Work is Not Yet in Full Swing Few Holes For Standards Dug [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

if 17Ui71 1* ' *n)*\WC ULuiUnl lluUlal Work is Not Yet in Full Swing Few Holes For Standards Dug s. Tlie days of tie South .terrace train to Glenelg. are numbered. Any day now- the trains may oease rtmninK -, to permit- ? oE ? intensive operations being started to con ?? vert the steam-train into an up to-the-minute-tram service. Nearly three months ago the genera] manager of the Municipal Tramways rrust (Mr. TV. G. T. Goodman) told lumbers of the 'Glenelg Town Council that immediately after Christmas holidays the South'* terrace trains 'would, .cease to run, and that by September next, at latest, he hoped to have the trama run ning to Glenelg. * v - It is understood' that a conference is to take 'place between the Railways Com missioner (Mr.'W. A. Webb), and Mr. Goodman on Wednesday afternoon, when in all probability the 4ate upon -which the trains are to cease running will be defi nitely decided. ' ' r ''.-.''' HOLES FOR TR^M STANDARDS -'?'While much .preparatory work has already-...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AMUSEMENTS GARDENS THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

AMUSERffiNTS GARDENS THEATRE. -TJiat .the sparkling show- provided by the Humphrey Bishop Company, at the wardens Theatre i is appreciated is shown IT' the crowds that ' every nieht thread heir way through the avenue 'of lights » the cosy amphitheatre. In this week's night bill of tare 'Scratcher' Boss has lecome a firm favourite, his every appear tnce being greeted with roars of laughter, ind again with John Montfort in the 'Coffee Stall' sketch. Arthur Helmeley i«ain scores heavily with- his 'Matromo- lial Bliss.' Thelma 1'iott, whose power ul soprano voice is heard to advantage iag earned loud applause for her excel lent rendition of 'Danny Boy.' She is -lso associated with Elaine Maye, Marie Landon, Cecily Audibert, and Eileen Moran in a bright song scena with the aen of the company. Plans at Allan'*. TALKIES IN WONDERGRAPH 'Talking picture* have come to stay,' Thisi assurance comeis from Mr. Stuart Doyle, ' managing director of Uniou Theatres, whoae recent visit to America jual...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MAKING A MAN Nature's Experiments [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

^MAKING A^MAN ' Nature's; Experiments ' Tall' skyscrapers, builders say, cost at feast one human life for every floor. The jreatness of empires rises on the bodies if men who tried and failed: welr-meaninil traitors like Benedict Arnold or great men for whom circumstances were too strong like Robert E. Lee. Back of the gran deur of 'those who happen to succeed lies the obscurity ' of those who fail. The story of evolution is no exception. Strewn through the rocks of the earth scientists find bone* of extinct creatures, even of extinct men; not links in man's upward rise from the beasta, but cousins of man kind who tried and failed; who proved un successful and vanished as individuals and *a races. ?''Thus are modem experts on human evolution mere and more inclined to interpret the skull and leg bone and other relics of tint famous ape-man of Java, or tnat other creature who left bis jaw bone to be found in a sand pit near the Ger man- University of Heidelberg, of the ogre-like Neand...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

[ELECTRIC FANS I - ; \ See Display at LANGSFORD, COOPER LTD. GILBERT, PLACE (Straight through Bowman's Arcade) V ViHBW \^^/l Brine outdoor eaotnen tniUa with «a effic!«nt, 4»m , \ ^JKwS^il^^ Monomial, and -bp«ulab!« Edlnnn Efecttic Ui. Rf\L '^R^&^^ Prtcti nng- i boa. ? , ? VV/ / VST THE EDISON SWAN ELECTBIC CO. LTD. / '(&\ M GR13NFELL STREET, ADE'-MDB , . . Harris, Scarfes WILL MAKE IT RIGHT! All things Electrical are obtainable at The House ? of Quality— including Electric Fans. Those illustrated are 'Marelli' Fans, famous every where for economicalservice. They cool'the t room on the hottest day and the price is only 65/- ?? I .. Showrooms: Gawler Place. ?: ' ? '??,-., cook r^Tl^ ELECTRICALLY Ygf^MBil McCLARY IFg^ ELECTRIC ljT~^!i OVEN I i Colton, Palmer &Preston ltd. ?;?;?''?' ,. Sole Agents . '. '. , '. . CORBIE STREET 11 ADELAIDE A ' MARELLI' FAN ^/?CT-'YV w a great source of comfort yflM 1 r^L. m the home and most /t^^H^k^flwV economical to run. It can ...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BANGOR V. TELOWIE [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

BAN60R V. TELOWIE «v,u..r, «».,ujrj o. — unsatsrdi; the Ban for tennis team visited Telonle. and pl»y«d J« 'oal t«am Rwiilt.:— D. Turner »Sd[ A. VcKeniJe (B.) lort to H. ind D. B«jtr (T.), 2— «! »? 2*™*W* «d J. Scott lit to £ Beyer ind R- William. 5—6; tt McKenile ind W Polebejt J. Turner «nd U Engstrom. 8— S: Miraej J. McEende «nd D. Pole lok to Un D B«f »«Jn» P. Berer. 4-6: StaS R PoU «nd K. MeKeniie lort to Hlsa R. Btjer tnd M»- -A. Beyer. 3— C; Jllwt M. Ald.ny wxl H HcjTior beat MUsm a. UviTie and Oi Turner, £-»: »? Turner «nd MIm J. McKentfe lort to H. Beyer «nd Mn. D. Beyer. 5— fl; A. HcKenzie and Mta D. Pole lost to D. Bever ind Mini P lort to _A. Beyer and Mis. R. Beyer. 5— «; H *'*%a'l' and , Mira K. Pole 'l« to O. Turner and MIm A.- Lswrie. 5— «; D Turn' !'*'to H. Beyer. 0—6: A. McKraxie fe'v.rD-TB-^r- ?-^:.D- O'^Am lort toA,! S— «-. H. McKenxie beat 3. Turner, 6—3; W Jf'f £U L. Enifitrom. 6—4; Via J. McKenrli !'H,,Ml*i, D- ^'f- 6— - M'«» D. Pol* loS 0. Turner, fl— 2. Tota...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

; SHIPPING. ?' t i ? ; — ' _ ? _ ? . ? , — _ ORIENT LINE. BOTH HAIL STEAMEBS TO LONDON. - Calling at- COLOMBO. SUEZ, PORT SAID. MAPLES. TOULON. GIBRALTAR, and , , . 800THAHPT0N. ? ? ^^tt—*. Tons. Oonnnandcr. £aila- ?ORAMA 20.000 0. 0 llatbesoo Jan. 10 ' ?OSTERtEi 11,129 it J. Eanon Jan. 21 ' ?ORSOVA 12,011 O. O. Thome Fen, 7 - OBVIETO 12,183 F. R. O'Sulleran Feb. 21 , OTRANTO 20,000 H. 0. Staunton Mar. 7. . ORMONDE K.863 L. V. James Mar. 21 ? Calling at Plymoath imtead of Southampton. FARES.— Adelaide to London — Saloon, lingle from £98; return, from £1 68. Third Clan alngie, £88, £40 til: return, £88. £72. £79. HOUDAY EXCURSION TO COLOMBO.— £61 . wtum. Available for 88 days, and interchange able with P. & 0. a». Co. IL a ANDERSON ft COi. Agents, . ' ? v 8 Etna; Wllllara street. - ??.??? Idephohe; .3*75 ind 3176., - . , -:4o ? P. & O. ROYAL .MAIL STEAMERS. - ', To LONDON via COLOMBO, . - 1 COTPTi ' uaPBPTTJ.pa »n(J PLYMOUTH. ? ' Altemat* Calif it ADEN, PORT ECDAN, * ...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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LAWN TENNIS. COUNCIL MEETING Discussion on Profits and Losses [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

eawn tennis;. c COUNCIL MEETING Discussion on Profits arid Losses At the offices of. the South Australian Lawn Tennis Association on. Monday night, the final meeting of the council for that body was held. Mr. A. A. Rowley, presided over a full attendance. Mrs. H. Rischbieth and ' Misi _; E. J. Bowen were appointed members of the louse and social committee. Mr. Cooper submitted a. report to the effect that all the colts had not been attending practice. The matter was referred to Mr. Mills. It was moved and adopted that the ladies' committee receive 15 per cent, of the profits for the sale of cool drink* at tournaments and similar functions fot their special fund. The fact, was ascertained that the profit! which were made during the visit of the French tennis players were to be used in Recuperating the loss sustained by tha Davis Cup team. It had been hoped that a distribution would be made. 'The association is concerned with the small attendances at the championship events,' stated M...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IN THE COURTS ADELAIDE LOCAL COURT [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

itHEC^lB AOEUiPt LOCAL COURT'- Caws for t-wuy:-r- Smltb— Manghaa ? v. Willlams^-Albott. Povey— Herbert v. Keogh— Cox.-. , nniMfl— rrhMf « ll.ra1i«11~-1T«mfc.r; Johratone^-Tylor v. Clnttcrrraekv-Oleland. Hitebcll— Uirihall. v. Sjienwr— Tennant. auJTicw RoifeR1. The Mlowtej merabera of the JusticM* Asso datlon U«been SeUUed to attend the .Police Ooort thl* wk:---M«iiiaiB«» A. K. Oow$e and It Walltajton. Hem. t. B. SteTttson, A. ChampiorvJ. H. T. Badfe, D. ReUy, B. JMchol son, and V. H, Jontf. _ ' SMi BAIL GRANTED ' Jack Coldwell was charged before Mr. B. II. Babine, P.M, in the Adelaide Police Court on Monday with having unlawfully ouitted the State with intent to defraud Percival Harold Bonney, op February 27, 1925. It was alleged that defendant was indebted to Bonney under an unsatisfied judgment order' of the Local Court to the amount of £53 10/. Mr. L. Bond, assistant police prosecutor, said defendant went to Queensland, and did not return till a. few days ago. Be was a single man...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

AMUSEMENTS ? STILL BOOMING. 7TH BIG WEEK of the Famous English - HUMPHREY BISHOP COMEDY COMPANY. PHICES FOE THE MULTITUDE. :. :: ' WEEK' NIGHTS. 3/' CH1LDBES g%l 'HALF-PRICE. a™/' - 'WEEK NIGHTS ?i / ONLT. : Saturday .and Holidays, *7, 3/, 21, 1/ (all (Ids tax). , Plan tt Allan's till S p.m., liter at Candy - Store, comer King William and Bindley streets. Phone C.5780; after 6.80 ring Cen. 302. FUNERAL NOTICES. ? GILD.— The Friends of the late Mn. SA&1H ' GILD are respectfully informed that ber Funeral , (motor)'' will. Leave the Besldence of her 'Son. 142 Henley Beach' road, Towns vllle, on TUESDAY, at % p.m., (or the Jewish ''pESGEIiLEY k KNABE, Undertakers. Central *88. 210' Bundle street. S EABUEY.— The Friend! of the late EDWARD vSEABURY, of Auburn, are respectfully in ? formed -ttat-his Funeral (motor) will Leave' his ?late -Besldenie at 3 p.ra. on TUESDAY, January - 8tli, for the Higher Stilly Cemetery. CECIL ROBERTS, Undertaker, ? Saddlewortb. ..' ? PUBLIC NOTICES I ...

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SHOULD WHITE WOMEN LIVE AMONG BLACKS? MR. HEINRICH'S CONDEMNATION SUPPORTED DR. BASEDOW, M.P., AND PASTOR AILBRECHT SAY SYSTEM IS WRONG [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

IIVE AMONG BtACKS? m. IffilNRKH'S CONDEMNATION u OTORTED DR.BASEDOW,M.P_ANDPASTORA11BRECHT xgsiFSIillSM 'By the , Register's Special Representative.) strong support was given yesteraay to me con demnation uttjred by the acting-superintendent of the . Hermahnsburg Mission (Mr. H, A. Heinrich) of women missionaries working alone among the blacks. . . Authorities stated that, because of the low , opinion of women held by the Australian aborigine, it was harmful to the prestige of the whites for women '?' to 26 among them alone. ...?.' ^iNOT RIGHT : Dr. Basedow Emphatic Sr./H: tfasedow^. M.P., said yesterday that ie:agreed 'with'- Mr. Heinrich that iiL''wi?,inot\right..for:a white -woman to ?be-tioDe-among-tbe^blacks— at any ..rate 'not - tfrnong the primitive' tribes— because 'the mjfle aborigine did hot(consider women his equal. ' , ? ?' . -..:.-. ? Among the , adult primitive tribes, .the ?white woman missionary had no status. . , PROFESSIONAL MISSIONARIES When- working , in conjunct...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
The Two Clocks [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

ITie Two Clo&s- Bir— There are' now twd clocks on North. terrace, both prewmably- belong, ing, to the railways. The one. on -the Legislative Council' building .should be removea to a ponuon on ttie Kallway- Sta- tion north-east, facing King WiHiara street, or on King William street -wheel it- could be seen by those' coming from North Adelaide. It would be much ap preciated b.r residents in .'tbe'-Tnortheni suburbs wishing to catch, trains.'— I am, 8ir, 4c, . .;??:??_ 'TIME.'

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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The Regent "Burlesque" [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

The Regent 'Burlesoui'- Sir— The 'question of viewpoint^, impor- tant. , To- some people the marriafe cere mony is a civil display, it* greatest im portance centreing around the TcJuntuouj enjoyment of music and the. beauty' ot the bridesmaids' frocks. To others again it is first and foremost a. religious cere mony; to others still more, it is a sacra ment. Would the Anglicam, who- laugh it the Wuriitrer 'burlesque' of the priest's intonation, .laugh if the presentation were one, say, of 'Confirmation?. Yet for Anglicans the Confirmation and the mar riage ceremony have equal importance Would Catholics laugh if tho Wurfitte* burlesqued the intonation of, the print reciting the Communion ritual? Yet to Catholics the marriage service, and Com munion are both sacraments. If one on the stage, why not tjie other? ' ?'' ': .- '. I would suggest to «ihe managemtnl concerned that they alter the letting a little, and let us. have a Methodist wed ding, one. week, a Catholic one tbe n«xt, j Chu...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FIGHT TO SAVE ELMS CITIZENS' PROTEST PLANS Resolution for Thursday's Meeting [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

FIGHT TO SAVE ILMSV CITIZENS' PROUST PLANS Resohtioos for Thorsdaj's Meeting Resolutions regarding the pro* poBal to remove the elm trees from North terrace have been framed by ixecutive committee, and approved or submission tcr the meeting of )rotesfc to be held on Thursday tfternoon at 4 o'clock. Following 'are the propositions to bo lubmitted to the meeting which is to be ield:.in, the Adelaide Town Hall. They iave'.been framed in accordance with 'esoliitions passed at the citizens' meeting lcld on December 12, and embodied in a jetition to the Lord Mayor of Adelaide [Mr. J. Lavington Bonython):— 1. ''That,. this meeting of ratepayers, while- in j complete, eccprd .with the'MunV .{pal Council of Adelaide in its /desire, to improve and bea'utify; ,the; city, em phatically protests against th- suggested (?emoval./or destruction of any- of the elm) tr.ees';or.. North -terrace.1! ?'. ,. To be proposed by Sir Edward Lucas v and\secdhded- by: Dr. H. 8.' Newland. V -1POLL AS SAFEGUARD ....

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NORWOOD COUNCIL DISCUSSION A Lost Motion [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

KORWOO0 COUNCIL ; DISCUSSKMT ^ A Lost Motion -, wnetuer tne council should take a;nand in' the proposal to remove the North ter rate elms was discassed at the meeting of tlie Kensinirton and Norwood Council on Monday night on a question raised by Cr. Noal,- who desired to know whether the council intended doing anything in tupport of. the public meeting called in connection with the proposed removal of '.hose trees. The. Mayor— I do not know if we have any power to interfere. . It is certainly none of our business. . Cr. 'Noal moved— 'That this council, in a .spirit . of sincere . admiration for the many beauties of the State's civic centre, expresses its respectful appreciation of the labours oi. the Sight Hon. the Lord Mayor,- -aldermen,- and councillors' of the pity of Adelaide ian'd. their predecessor* in office. We venture the, hope, neverthe leps, that the City Council may in its wis dom see its way clear to retain the beauti ful avenue of elm trees 'now existing in North terr...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
IN and Out of the City TODAY'S WEATHER FORECAST [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

p/tfwTiTy TOJltVS WEATHER FORECAST By Autolycus. Btoomlno cooler gsnerally, win southerly winds advancing, from th« eastward;, a ten deney for further ? Isolated ? showen and ? thunder.' ^'QugHt-t j-like-usS'..' askd a sweet .voice Jver the pbone. . .: : . 'Ye», 'Autol-ycus,'^' I answered. 'What can I do for you?' ?''..' . .''Well/.' she/ said,- 'several of us flap pers were having an argument last night, and some contendeai that men rather liked skirts abbye 'the knee, while others in sisted, that .they preferred the knees covered.. So we decided. to leave it to }'°u ? to_ give us the correct opinion.': :'It is most embarrassing to have to decide, so delicate a question,' I replied ;? 'but,- strangely enough, I heard several men at the club only a couple of days' igo say that there was nothing attractive either in' the. front, or the back of the knee, andthat they thought that dresses should fall. a couple of. inches below that portion -of the anatomy.' 'Thank?; very much,'? answer...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FIFTY YEARS AGO [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

FIFTY YEARS A0O, From The Register, Tuesday, Janu ary 7J-18TB.- i ? , Plans were approved for the erection1 of- a corn exchange in' Melbourne. The budding was to have an exchanoe room. 120 ft. by 40 Itr-Aplot for the assassination of the Prince of ? Servia was dis-.. . cpvered.rL-Thv Rhyber Pass:; was blockedrby the- Indian'. hiltt. tribes. Gen. .Biddulph's,'; ;troops, bound for Afghanistan, \ arrived- at' Kandahar prior to* an immediate advance. -? i'^

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KADINA HARE-SHOOTING CASE [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

KADINA HARE-SHOOT1NG CASE Owing, to an error .in the report for warded from Kadina,- it was stated yester day that a boy under eight .years had been fined on two charges in Connection with me snooting or. a Care in the Kadina Kace x-urse Plumpton.: The boy was under '18 ?ears.' ... : '-. '? ? ? ? ;? . BECOMING COOLER r The Weather Office issued the following report at 9. o'clock last night:— Except tor. isolated thunderstorms with very light rain at a few inland stations, fine weather prevailed in South Australia during the iveek-end. In the same period light to heavy rain wag recorded in Northern Aus tralia .and oh the far north coast of Queensland, otherwise the rainfall in the other States was only very light. To-day's :hart shows widespread but shallow mon soons over the interior of the continent irith slight waves of low pressure to tho south and south-east. A moderate anti cyclone, however, is shown advancing over Western Australia. Although cool weather prevailed in the coast...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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BRIDGES SUBMERGED IN QUEENSLAND FLOODS Train Held Up: Passengers Carried WINTON. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

BRIDGES SUBMERGED IN QUEENSLAND FLOODS ftmri Hdi:,U*: Poutngert Carried ; By Trolly WINTOK. Mnn-1»v. r^Tns , Broijnt ;ii wng MnlMy kroMn In. ttUiWHrt ky f Jtatdy, soailnq rtln, whleh»H«n tirly en Wurity nwrnlni, «nd eun tlnirtil IntMinlttmtly aqtll 8on««y .Rl«ht. Falls 'ranging- from 'one. to' six inches were recoraeaior toru nourg ended Hun day morning. -All watercourses arc run ning bankers, and the Western River close to the town, is more than half a milti wide. Only a light .'drizzle felljesterday and' the water is now subsiding. Owing to washouts and. floods, the Long reach train, due at -midnight on Saturday, was-1 held 'ip -16 miles -from Winton, and passengers and mails had to be trollied 16 Winton. ? The train is expected to be delayed for several days as some of the washouts are several chains in extent, and 4 ft. to 6 ft. deep. One immediate re sult of the rain will be the return of 2,000 sheep from agistment 'in'' the'. central dis trict,,.- ?. ?': ''?; .--. ?iv\.'-:-- T...

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ELECTROCUTED IN BATH Child Touched.Tap SYDNEY Monday [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

ELECTROCUTED IN -???',..;-. VBATHv ;???;..?.. - - White two shildren. of ' 'Mr. »nd J Mrs. Andrew vMiller,. qf ; Cessnock, ; wer* play ing in a bath to--lay, one touched. the tap and' .reeeiyea.''.an',-elecfric'v shock ; which killed-Wm: .The 'oth^r' child -received a shock;- ?,?-;-,','? ''.';??'?''??'.-:-: -w--'\, It was ; found 'that 'the; tap^had come into, contact with: electric: current from a defective VwireV ; '?''?: '?;.':' ??'.?? - '? v .'

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MELBA'S NEW MISSION EMPIRE OPERA HOUSE 'LET US BEGIN A NEW ERA IN MUSIC" LONDON. January 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

MELBA'S NEW MISSION^'; mm opera house 'LET US BEGIN A NEW -ERA IN MUSIC' .LONDON. January 6. Jlame.Neilie Meba, from her West End mansion (formerly the. famous residence' of the .Duchess 'of Atholi) has made the bllowinir statement ATriitRivAlv fa 'tlie Australian Press Association:— 'I have been approached by Sir Thomas Beecham and many other } celebrities in terested in music to assist' Sir Thomas Beechain's Opera League. The first' news 1 learned. on my arrival from. Australia was that Coyent' Garden Theatre was to be torn ' down in . two years. - This made me sad, and I realized that something must be done1. ?- : . ' - '?'. 'When : Sir' Thomas Beecham approached me, OF -determined 'to co-operate with him to save, opera for Great Britain. I am, therefore, issuing :? an , appeal throughout the Empire for help. I propose' to work heart and' soul, and to appeal with both bands'. Let us begin a new era in music. APPEAL TO EMPIRE ? ;. 'If my .'artistic home, Covent Garden, ie destroye...

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