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AID -FOR FARMERS New British Scheme LONDON January 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929
AID -FOR FARMERS New British' Scheme . .?:T/YWT)(W- .Tannarv 3. .The Agricultural^ Mortgage Corporation; which was formefas a result of the pass ing of the Agricultural Credits Act last vear. will bczin ' active operations in a few days' tune.. The, principal object of the corporation, as defined by the Act, is the making of loans on mortgages for agricultural purposes. ' .The .corporation bas been formed with the co-operation of most of[ the large banks, -which- have arranged to put up £650,000 of the paid-up capital. The' return on the capital' is limited by Parliament to 5 per cent, per annum. ; -; - ., . ; ? In. order to secure that the loans 'should be made on terms most favourable to bor rowers, the Minister of Agriculture is em powered to make advances to the corpora tion -for', the ! :purpo?e;; of .establishing -, a guarantee' fund. These advances must not exceed £750,000 -in the aggregate. .» They .will; be free from interest for ,60 years. Further Government assistance is ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929
SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. ? / ? _ ? Savings Bank Interest , :- that is UNEQUALLED ANYWHERE IN AUSTRALIA 3' ' ? .'.-.'?? The Sayings Bank of South Australia Of for the past four years has paid ?:MMf+ I interest at the rate of 4J% on deposits ^^fjLL^ ? fr°m *'i';t»a*500, and on unlimited - '' ':? T* suins at the credit of Friendly Sodetiw. '? ? . ??' ? ? '. ? On deposits from £500 to £1,006 the . tate of interest has'.been 4|%. These . . -, . . ? r '? ? ace the highest Savings Bank Interest , ; Rates paid by any Savings Bank in 41 O/ Australia. All classes of savings at- — .'f ' counts are.. opened— individual, joint, ft I *'- trust, estate, etc, accounts for Societies, - ™7O Clubs, Unions and, Special Purposes. ,. For further information apply at the ' Head Office in Currie Street, or at any 'THE PEOPLE'S BANK' ' ' ' ' (ESTABLISHED 1848) Head. Office— CURRIE ST., ADELAIDE 4O Branches - 356 Agencies Agendei are NOT CONDUCTED at Pott Offices ', GUARANTEED by the GOVERNMENT I THE LONDON |...
ALL ILL Irrigation Commissioners Lid Up [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929
ALE ILIi Irrigation Commissioners ;????' LaidUn y 'Business 'in the department of . the Irri gatioh'.and Drainage Commission is almost at' a' standstill as the result of ,the unusual circumstance ? that ill its heads are hara de combat tbrough illness. The chairman', (Mr. E, J. Field) is re covering from a sflvere cold which he con tracted during the holidays. -' ' Mr. W. J. Colebatch (a member of the commission) injured his back while on a visit .to- Benmark.' ?- . ? ?'?'.??? The other member of.thV .commission. Major H. G. Tolley, recently, underwent an operation, aqd is now in hospital in Melbourne. ?'..-: -. -.' ?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929
[R HUBBUCKS - fj 1 ^ feints OilsVarnishesetc ^C 1 K - - are known throughout the Empire for -^| 1^ . ' ? covering power and durability. Supplies ' g| |p ' ? ready for immediate shipment --. : =1 WA ' HtBEOdrt nM KUBBUCK'S HOTOJOB W*. - 'M f= :?'-'?. ... . Wait* .Ok hht - .. ... . ? Dwiisjsftsi ltsWaa . ^ S ? Will latilriU »'W*«MUa4i to_«ss»- la» =1 9 . . ? ^s %?& \*£Z'~* &?$$% m WA. ? ' CarnsmhUta, Instat, «st, sks. Caka ». ^B j k THOMAS HUBBUCK& SON LTt? 8 Mffljk± 34 Queen St, Melbourne, & London. ' js^Pb
THE MAN ON THE LAND MID YORKE'S PENINSULA Crop Competition Results [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929
THE MAN ON THE LAND MID YORKE'S PENINSULA Crop Competition Resoiti ?The Mid Yorkes Peninsula crop compe tition 'was judged by Mr. Rowland Hill (agricultural instructor). .This is the first competition held since the areas for crop lompetitions were revised.. The ntilnuer -£- entries received -was disappointing wh«n it is considered what excellent wheatgTbw ing land is included in this district. There iberiis no reason why the number cannot be. easily, doubled,. and it is to.be hoped that such will at least be the case in inture yearB. The Mid Yorke's FeninBula district includes the Hundreds of ;Cun ningham, Maitland, Kilkerran, Wauraltee, ind Muloowurtie. Unfortunately the. only tranches which have taken a real interest n the competition this year are South Kilkerran and Petersville. Many of the competing crops promise'reasonably good neturns, and will probably yield much_bet ter than is the general opinion. -The filling sf the grain is quite good under the clr nimstancev, and a ver...
GLUT OF PLUMS 2,000 Trays to be Exported [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929
jpLUTJOjE PLUMS. 2,000 Travis ^o be Exiwrtedf There is an -abnormal quantity of plupis available this season; --and growers are Bndihir.it diflScult to dispose of them at a price whicn will repay their labour. That omiemens. was maae on .Friday-- by the secre'tary of the South Australian- Fruit [Towers and Market Gardeners'' Associa ion (Mr. W.. J. Kimber). He said all they could get for them in the market was 2/ a caBe, which would not cover tne cost of production. With a view to discuss the export of ilums, a- meeting of the association-was held on Friday morning, when those pre sent were:-Messrs. 7,. J. Wicks' fpresi ?vt}i A; ,TrE,bilco-;,k. 'and' R; Hunter Montacute), A. Filsell (Balhannah),' V. n£f anJW- J. Bishop (Lenswood), ?r' S1'^0' m-l B- Farrelly (Parncombe m. F. Bagshaw (Chain of Ponds)', and Mr Omber. Mr. A. R. Willsmore,- of t'u- Oovcmmeni Produce Department, was also present. . ' -.'..? Members decided 'to . reserve «nace~ibn tlie-.Orvieto, which will sail on February...
THE RURAL VOICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929
THE RURAL VOICfi. ; KAPtJNDA.' January 3.— Ten!./ .was the Jiot ist day for the summer. . -M 9 aim. thediai TOBtrtture w«s 100 -ieg.,- «t 1 p.m.l04f 2nd it 3 o'clock It hid rtom to 106. .? Fatmm lave finished stripping, »nd wliFat arting fa j ?Ider- j,,11' cr°P* lan tomrf ont'-well, tnd there »fll be' a lot of wheat deUvered here ind it neighbouring sidings; ? . .
TALES OF WOE Expected From Germany BERLIN January 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929
TALES OF WOE Expected From Germany BERT.TK. .Tnnnnrrr i_' A stream of doleful tales and prognos tications may now be expected from Germany, to counteract the Parker Gil bert 'report, and i influence .the Expert Commission on -Repatriations. Dr. Stresemann's organ demands the rapid re construction of a Coalition. Cabinet, d* claring^'We want a reparations Gov ernment'. ' '..... : '??'.'- A report- tantamount: to a Eemi-ofScial answer to Mr. Gilbert, published by the Government-controlled banking institu tion, ' Reichskred&Gesellschaft, argues that Germany's increased production is inadequate for the fulfilment of her repa rations obligations, and stresses that the position can be . maintained at present only 'by foreign .loans 'at very high in terest rates. ? * - \ Vorwaerts prophecies that there will be more than 2,500,000 unemployed -by Janu ary 15. \: ' .' . /' ' v;
ENDURANCE FLIGHT RECORD Broken by American Plane LOS ANGELES. January 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929
ENDURANCE RIGHT RECORD Broken by American Tlane ' LOS ANGELES, January 3. -ine world's (refuelling) endurance record, made by two Belgians last July, of 50 hours 7 minutes, was broken to-night by -; tne United States Army' tri-motored iokker monoplane 'Question Mark.' ' The 'Question Mark' carries four men, under the command of Major Carl Spatz, and it is hoped to continue the flight for a week, or more, refuelling being 'effected from other ''planes. The flight was elaborately prepared for, the men being provided with' every con venience to enable them to keep fit. vThey are wearing. ordinary clothirigV GERMAN RECORD ECLIPSED. '.. . . . LOS .ANGELES, January ' i. The 'Question/Mark' haslno* brofcn the existing world's record; created by two German airmen, of-. 65K. 25m.', aid is still fiying. ' ?--?-?
AVIATION PIONEER Death of Mr. George Holt-Thomas LONDON. January 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929
AVIATION PIONEER Death of Mr, George Holt 'v Thomas; '?'. LONDON. .Tnnnanr ».r The death occurred to-day of Mr. Georgt Holt-Thomas, the civil 'aviation pioneer. . The .seventh' .' son of William Lusod Thomas 'founder of The Granhic and Tha Liaily urapnic, Mr. llolt-Thomas himself founded The Bystander, and managed the three papers -until 1006. In 1908 he founded Empire Illustrated and other-pub1 lications, to arouse interest in British pro ducts, and he initiated many movements to further that object. Interested in aviation from its begin ning, Mr. Holt-Thomas won the £10,000 flight from London to Manchester in 1010, and founded numerous societies to foster aviation and persuade the War Office to realize its. military value. After the war he founded the great national company, Imperial Airways, Limited, which has Bincehad wonderful success in European, and to a lesser degree Empire, aviation services. ' - Although his time was so largely devoted to aerial matters, Mr. Holt-Thomas fo...
USE OF THE PHONE Most General in USA Australia Fourth on List LONDON. January 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929
USE OF THEW(W| Most General jn MX Australia Fourth on List ','..'' LONDON. January/,3. .The world was using 32,500,000 tele phones at the end of 1928, an increase of 1,500,000. for 1B27. Of the continents North America leads with 20,000,000 instal lations,' and Europe is second, with B,500,000. The number of telephones for every 100 inhabitants is as follows:— The, United States ...... .. 16 Canada ..... .. .. .. ? 12.7 ;New Zealand .;...... ? 9.9 ' Australia ., ...... ..-.. .. ..- .. .7.4 Germany ....... „'..-.. .i -.. .-.4.4' ? Great 'Britain ..? .. .. ?'?;. .. -.. 3.6 France. and Argentine ..-.:.. ,2.1
STORMS IN EUROPE Tiber Threatens Rome LONDON, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929
STORMS IN EUROPE Fiber Threatens Rome LONDON, January 3. ? There has been' heavy, snow in, many parts of. Great Britain and the Continent. Italy has been swept from end to end by , cyclones, and extraordinary mow storms, mingled with had, rain, and thun der. The River Tiber has reached to near its. maximum level, and -if the rise continues, part* of the city will be flooded. ,; Storms Over Sea of Japan ;.-' ..\. .. -TOKIO, January 4. : Extremely violent storms an'd tidal waves have been .sweeping the coasts of the Sea of Japan for 'two days. The death roll is approaching 100, while the material damage to houses and fishing craft is esti mated to -exceed £100,000. . ( ?
KINGSFORD SMITH FUGHT Greatest Event of 1928 Americans' Enthusiasm NEW YORK January 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929
KINGSFORD SMITH FUGHT Greatest Event of 1928 Americans' Enthusiasm - NEW YORK:r January 3. The New York Daily News, an- illus trated newspaper, which has a regular column 'The Enquiring Photographer,' asked six people, selected at: random in the street, what was the outstanding, news event in 1928. Three replied, 'The -pre- sidential election.' ' The remaining three said, 'The flight of the Southern Cross to Australia.' . , ?-?*' ? ? - Among the Jatter one said: — 'It was the first conclusive proof we have had of, the practicability, of commercial., flying for such great distances. The flight was. a complete' report of progress in aviation.' Another said:— 'The most interesting and thrilling event of the year was this wonderful flight. I was. greatly thrilled to .read, the radio reports, announcing the 'plane's .progress.' '\ '*i The third remarked:— ''Xhe Kingsford Smith flight showed the possibilities of aviation, and ' also strengthened the. already strong friendship between, thi...