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U.S.A. ERRORS Cause of Grave Situation TARIFF'S SEQUEL LONDON, Dec. 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury — 29 December 1939
U.S.A. ERRORS Cause of Grave Situation TARIFF'S SEQUEL ('Mercury' Service) LONDON. B3c: 2S. . The Secretary for Agriculture, Mr. Wallace; in 'an address,' claimed thai tariff increases- in: the 1920's, and other . American errors, were respon sible for the grave situation which brought Hitler .and the present workl agony. ' ' -.He said that tariffs made certain the default of debts and the United States, - during the present war, 'must see to what extent she can avoid again creating trade' barriers in such a way as to encourage a fresh batch of dictators. ''We must recognise that ouv des tiny lies increasingly in this hemis phere and, insofar as we are able to make plans for the investment, of funds, we cau well consider laying increasing emphasis on Canada. Latin America and possibly Australia.'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury — 29 December 1939
MOTORS & PARTS ^ I CAPPER'S I | PTY., LTD. \ ? FOR DEPENDABLE MOTORING ON YOUR VACATION INSPECT THIS WIDE RANGE OF MODERN USED CARS ? ? ? 'iS i* 1939 DE SOTO. 1938 PLYMOUTH. 1937 DE SOTO. 1937 PONTIAC. 1937 STUDEBAKER. 1936 FORD. 1936 DE SOTO. 1935 PLYMOUTH. 1934 FORD. 1934 PLYMOUTH. 1933 VAUXHALL. 1929 PONTIAC. Also a good selection of Tour ers and Utilities. CAPPER'S PTY. LTD. Showrooms: H5GH ST., WEST MAITLAND. Distributors: Dodge Cars and Trucks. ; ? ? SUSINcSS NOTICES ? W. A. ROSS ; HOUSE, LAND, ESTATE/ AND ? COMMISSION AGENT District Representative — Yorkshire Insurance Co. Ltd. Fire, Live Stock,' Workmen's Compensation, and all classes o£ risks covered. Rents Collected. .Accounts Render ed Monthly. SCOBIE'S CHAMBERS, HIGH ST., WEST MAITLAND. 'Phone 420. ;.' We specialise in Repairs to Sad dlery. Harness and all Leather or ' Canvas Goods Let us quote you ' for that Repair .lob before it goes ? too far. JOHN ROURKE, W. Mait a-id ?i!IKIEN*S I CUKNtii J. F. O'Erlesi PTY. ...
Parcels for Soldiers [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury — 29 December 1939
Parcels for Soldiers Relatives and. friends of . ' men who have enlisted from the ... municipalities of East and West Maitland and the shire of ? Bolwarra, are re-. .... que3ted to submit the names ? ' , , to the West Maitland Town Hall not later than 10 o clock ? to-morrow morning. .? ? This is the area covered ' by the Maitland and District ?Comforts Fund, and it is the . desire of the .executive to for- ' ward a parcel to each of the men. There will not be sufficient time , to give the men a pub lic farewell. they having had : their final leave, so the par cels will be forwarded to \ them in camp.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury — 29 December 1939
p. ? . ? I BUSINESS NOTICES Is. GALTON PTY. LTD. I Maitland's Modern Emporium | ? i'- NEW YEAR THROWOUTS t,' j Mil, SPOT MUSLIN. Suitable for [?': Tiny Tots' Frocks, Blouses and Cotton Evening Frocks, on White % and Coloured . grounds. Fast col ? curs and a wonderful wearer. 28in. A 1/11. Special Price 1/6^. ?j.ADIES' ALL WOOL FANCY KNIT - TED BATHERS, Brassiere Top and -' Halter neckline, in Maize, Chartrea ,';c, Green, Saxe, Navy and Black, a Size 32in. to 38in- Special Prices | * 10/6 and 10/11. ! KAVSEll RILLS. Bloomers, Scan It ?; ties and Pantettes, in shades of j ? Apple, Tea Rose, and White, well ' j nit on generous lines. Outstand i ing value. Special Price 1/11. | ? iveryone needs TENNIS SOX for i-t Holiday wear. Ladies' Tennis Sox i ; in shades of Blue, Lemon & Green. r- Special Price 9d a pair. iA ROSE ELASTIC PANTIES. i Special Price 2/9. SPECIAL N Large Bottle of Jane Jounour mar ' reilous Dandruff Lotion, and 1 Bot I ? tie of Jane Jounour Shampoo, tha.t p; bri...
NEUTRAL TERRITORIAL WATERS LONDON, Dec. 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury — 29 December 1939
. . NEUTRAL TERRITORIAL WATERS ' ('Mercury' Service) . LONDON, Dec. 28/ Vierman use or neutral territorial waters for preying upon shipping, in defiance of all principles of international law, is contained in the testimony of survivors from the British steamer, Deptford, one of the three ships, in cluding one neutral, recently torpedoed inside Norwegian waters. The story is corroborated by members of the crew of the Norwegian motor vessel, Farda, which rescued them. This vessel was skirting the Norwegian coast on Decem ber -13 in accordance with the established navigational prac tice in these waters, when she was torpedoed. She sank in about 90 seconds, and there were only five survivors from a crew of 37. In addition, two Nor wegian pilots lost their lives. When she was torpedoed, the Dept ford was only about SS0 yards from the mainland of Norway. It is pointed out that it is possible under certain conditions for a sub marine outside territorial waters to attack a ship within terri...
'QUAKE'S TOLL LAIR OF U-BOATS THOUSANDS DIE Many Towns Razed OUTBREAK OF DISEASE ISTANBUL, Dec. 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury — 29 December 1939
'QUAKE'S TOLL LAIR OF U-BOATS THOUSANDS DIE Many Towns Razed 1 OUTBREAK OF DISEASE. f'Mercurv' Serviced ' ISTANBUL, Dec. 28. The earthquake yesterday completely wrecked 12 provincial towns, each of between 15,000 and 40,000 inhabitants, besides 80 villages. Numbers are trapped without as sistance in the ruins and some time must elapse before the full extent of the disaster is learned. The Province of Anatolia, the centre of the disturbance, is again being cut off by telephone from the western capitals, indicating further shocks. President Ineonu has gone to the scetie in order to take over the direction of rescue work. Many of the thousands who fled to the fields have been frozen to death. Relief expeditions are battling through' blizzards on ' the mountain roads and railways, in the hope of aid ing the victiinB of pneumonia and typ hoid which are already spreading. The entire northern stretch of Ana tolia is strewn with debris in which lie countless dead. Families were crushed in b...
"KILL NOT FUNNY" But Hunt Was Grand LONDON, Dec. 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury — 29 December 1939
'KILL NOT FUNNY' But Hunt Was Grand ('Mercury' Service) LONDON, Dec. 28. In the course of a broad cast to-night on the activities of the fleet air arm, a com mentator told of a conversa tion with a midshipman of 20 years of age working on the North Sea patrol. ' Tliis . yoifng '.nikn told him, he. said, 'that, the hunt was 'grand. It was the kill that was not so funny.' He, himself, had intercepted' a German bombing plane one after noon. and a grim game of 'touch last' began in a series of gigantic cloud valleys. The enemy banked and dived from one cloud to another, and a relent less pursuit went on, said the- mid shipman. . ; , ... 'I nipped . ahead ; to. .a -cloud 1. thought he would make for,, and waited for him oh tile other side. Gosh, it was fun, I got him as he came through at a ' few yards' range. But when you saw the poor devils spinning down nose first through the clouds with smoke pouring from the engine, it was not so good. I hated that part of the business.' 'That's how...
R.A.F. DENIAL German Statement LONDON, Dec. 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury — 29 December 1939
R.A.F. DENIAL . German Statement I ' ('Mercury' Service) LONDON, . Dec. 28. An Air Ministry statement says, 'it was announced by a German broadcasting station to-day that an officer of the R.A.F., who was intern ed in Luxembourg, and had given his word of honour not to try and es cape, eluded his guards and got away. 'The statement that the officer es caped is correct, but the statement that he was on parole at the time of his escape' is entirely untrue.
IN DANGER Finest Turf In The World MAY BE NEGLECTED LONDON, Dec. 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury — 29 December 1939
IN DANGER Finest Turf In The World MAYBE NEGLECTED (From a Special Correspondent.) fBv Air Mail.} LONDON, Dec. 20. Britains million acres of turf, the finest in the world, is in danger of deterioration. Since the last war the acreage of the country's lawns and sports grounds has been nearly doubled. Now ;he calls of National Service have so reduced the 250,000 from research :hemists to jobbing gardeners, who sre usually engaged in maintaining British turf that costly neglect is un lvoidable. At the outbreak of war, apart from :ens of thousands of private lawns, ilie country boasted 500 golf courses. 1200 bowling greens, 3000 cricket nltclies, 3500 football grounds, and 50.000 tennis courts. Mr. C. E. Littlefield, secretary of the National Association of Groundsmen, said this week: 'Serious deterioration in our 100 per cent, turf standards would be a vir tual disaster. From the purely financial standpoint £4.000,000 of capitnl value could he re duced by half within two years, 'We con...
BULLET-PROOF TYRES FOR BRITISH ARMY LONDON, Dec. 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury — 29 December 1939
BULLET-PROOF TYRES FOR BRITISH ARMY (From a Special Correspondent.) fBv Air Mail.} LONDON. Dec. 16. Britain has produced after 20 years of experiment a bullet proof pneumatic tyre, j All the army's 15 cwt. lorries have now been fitted with tyres of this, sort. Exact details are naturally an offi cial secret, but it can be stated that, though bullets do not bounce off it, tho new tyre will behave very much as if they did. In the last war army lorries, with an average speed of 15 to 20 miles an hour, ran on solid tyres — which even at that speed sometimes burned out. To-day lorries do 50 m.p.h. on pneumatic tyres. All great armies have been trying to find the 'bullet-proof' tyre. Britain now leads the world with a tyre which will do all the army wants it to do.
ROAD ACCIDENTS Newcastle Increase CORONER'S RETURNS NEWCASTLE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury — 29 December 1939
ROAD ACCIDENTS Newcastle Increase CORONER'S RETURNS NEWCASTLE. Friday... Returns released by the Coroner (Mr. A. G. Chlplin) to-day show that rail and road fatalities dur ing the year now ending were nine In excess of the number last year. The totals were 52 and 43 respectively. There were no train fatalities last year, therefore the excess of road ac cidents this year was six. Details of the returns are as fol low: — Deaths reported during the year numbered 199, compared with 208 last year; inquests held 157, compar ed with 1G3, dispensed with 35, com pared with 37; inquests pending, 7. Post-mrotem .examinations ..number ed 149, compared with 166. There were 117 -accidental deaths, compar ed with 92. Rail and road traffic fatalities numbered 52, compared with 43. I There were 3 train fatalities in 1939, 7 lorry and 'bus, 18 motor cars, 7 motor cycles, 17 push bicycles. The ages of the victims were: Under 21 years, 1C; from 21 to 40 years, 23; over forty, 13. Three persons were comm...