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THE LIBRARY TABLE. THE ART OF THE SHORT STORY [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

THE LIBRARY TABLE. THE ART OF THE SHORT STOW The Fest Short Stones (American) of 1928. (Jonathan Cape, Limited. - 'London ) 'The Funny Bone,' new humorous stories 'by Wodehouse, Benson, Compton Mackenzie, Ac,; compiled by Lady Cynthia AsqUith (Jarrolds,' 'The Silver Thorn,' stories byjlugh Walpole (Macmillan t Co London.) 'The Other Gate,' stories by Vcre Hutchinson (Hutchinson 't Co., ? London.) K ^ Legion, for We Are Many,' by Boy Bridges (Hutehinton k Co., London.) , 'The Three Cousins,' by Geoffrey Mos* (Hutchinion £ Co., Lon- , don.) It has been suggested that appreciation o£ the Short Story is a good rough test of 'intelligence. ? This is a hard saying, yet it is difficult .to understand .the readers— arid ' they .are many— who admittedly ivoid this sort of volume. The demand for mich stories, in a myriad magazines, is constant and wide; are they not worth preserving in book form? Often enough, of coarse,. they 'are not. One is impatieut at' even the few minutes given t to the...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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IN THE COURTS LAW NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

XIST THE GOURTS LAW NOTICES. ADELAIDE LOCAL COURT.— Full Juris, liction— *Cases for the week beginning; Monday, lannary 7:— von Bertouch — Burnard v. Woola ntt-^-Bennett, Gendera — Hart v. Jaeger; ► augran— uougniy ? v. i-uc&ie^^-vtcnue-»; i'aughan — Francis v. Spiers; Genders — Wakelin r. Howell— Webb; Smith— Maughan v. Williams —Abbott; Povey — Herbert v. Keogh — Cox; Ed ison — Drake v. Francis — Holland; GDlman— ?hoat v. Marshall — Hunter; John st one— Tylor r. Clutterbuck— Clelsnd; Michell— Marshall v. Spencer — Tennant; BoTlison — Lovell v. Curyer — lannan; Da vies v. Brown; -Bogan — Hancock v. Campbell — Alderman. Cases for Monday: — von Bertonch — Burnard i. Woolacott — Bennett; Genders-^Hart T. Faegcr; Vaughan — Doughty v. Backley — Senders; Vaughan — Francis v. Spiers; Genders —Wakelin v. Howell — Webb. ? . . ADELAIDE LOCAL COURT.— Equitable Juris liction. — Cases for Monday:— Blackburn— [ohncock v. Fiilier — Genders; Nesbit — LeCornu -. Stapleton — Nelligan; Abbott...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

GO NOW — TO HAWAD, ?????? HOIW. The Holidijr land of the Piciflc. Thta Pacific bland PitjUnd , is your* — bat IS dart away — besntlfnl Island! tet in azure teu — oSerinir you the holiday of your life thb Bummer. - Will you take it? Tirst-rlass tare for the round trip from £75; Second Clau, £55; cheap indeed for. such a trip. Botel Expenses (run on the Tefy bert Fint dan American linw) are aa low ai 12/ to £S per day. with meals. Fnileit particulars, from all ' travel- and steam ship company offices— or from thi« office direct ? HAWAII TOURIST BUREAU, DEPT. 13. BOX 16S7 BB. O.P.O., SYDNEY. Come to HAWAII -;— ? HONOLULU in J Uaro 'the holiday of your lite. '',' ? ' ' K5«180 Church Announcemeriti 4 -- ^ - ? — ? ? - ? CHURCH JpF ENGLAND. g' PETER'S CVTHEDBAL. ? Sunday, January 6tb The Epiphany . of Our Lord. 7.30 am, H.C ; 11 a.m, Sung Eucharbt Preacher, the Lord Bishop. 7. p.m., Evensong. Anthem (men'i voices ml;), 'In the Golden Landi Afar' (carol). ['readier, HeV. IL K.' Colltoon, B....

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INSOLVENCY. ADELAIDE: Friday, January 4. (Before Judge Paine.) FAILURE THROUGH [?] of [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

INSOLVENCY. , ADELAIDE: Friday, January i. (Before Judge Paine.) FAILURE TBRftTTfill T.inir no iMnm, In re Vincent Patrick Erwin, fanner, of Jame* townr adjourned final hearing. - Mr. 3. C. G. Wright appeared for petitioning creditor. The Accountant reported:— Liabilities. fl.6ss ikii —'--?? *«v« w/», ueuciency, t-tfao 0/11. The causes of- insolvency were insufficient returns from crops to provide for depreciation of farm ing instruments and secondhand motor car, other business expenses, loss in sheep dealing, and living expenses. Insolvent was also unable to recover from medical expenses connected with an operation upon his wife in 1925. He had dis bursed a great' portion of his harvest moneys in reducing his stock accounts, and balances on implement, and in buying a motor car. The illness of his wife had cost him £200 in the last three years. The car was purchased on the advice of the doctor attending hi* wife. The property, of insolvent was in a good ? district, and with capital ...

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SOUTH AMERICAN DISPUTE Nine Judges to Investigate WASHINGTON. January 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

SOUTH AMERICAN DISPUTE Nine Judges to Investigate WASHINGTON. January 4. .The ? Pan-American Conference brought to a successful conclusion - its efforts to obtain a settlement of- the dispute between Bolivia and Paraeuay. -when the' protocol of conciliation was signed last night by representatives of the disputing countries. The protocol calls for the appointment of an ' international tribunal of nine -Judges to investigtae, the .recent-clashes. . , . # ' The conference also agreed on two- multi- lateral treaties designed to prevent war in'the^western hemisphere. An arbitra tion ' treaty proposed establishes ,th« principle of .compubory arbitration on. all international controversies in the Ameri can 'republics, with two exceptions, which include controversies involving domestic jurisdiction, and disputes involv ing third parties. The proposed concOa tion pact would establish the principle of the compulsory submission of the. dis- putes of any kind to this method- of pacific settlem...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

TMVELLINC FAST Q OF SO C8B UNLESS tWEE Oil . rai: bioht; koAtt. ?.-..... TOURISTS' ROAD GlM fpripsl SUMMER SALE BARGAINS MANCHESTER. BARGAIN TEA TOWEIXKO. ? Check Glass Cloth, 25 in. wide. Marked 1/3. ? #73/ ID. YD. TODAY AT SN'EYD'S, ??/*.'. S.S.S. DHllX ? Well-known S.S.S. Wafhing Drill, in plain Na\y and various stripes. Marked 2/3. '1/11 ^D. TODAY AT SSEYn'S. -«-/ ?*-«- ? '-8TRIPED WASHIXO DRILt. . For Boys' Washing Blouses, in Blue and White or Black and White Stripes. Width; 28 in. ' ..-I / YD. TO-DAY AT KNEYD'S. . . J-/ -. STRIPED CANVAS. Tor Verandah Blinds. Navy, Brown. Red or Green block stripes or Cream ground]. SO in. ?? ' 72 in. 1/6. YD- 3/6 m CHAIR CANVAS. -17 in. uride. In various stripes. Usually 1/6. 1/0. 1 / YD TO-DAY AT SSEYirg, J-/ BARGAIN' ? BATH TOWELS'. ' - 50 dozen only Mtra Urge site Bath Towels. Size, 23 x 40. ? Usual price, 1/0.' . -\'l EACH. i TO-DAY AT SNEYD'S. * -1-/ ' HOnnOCKPES LOSGCLOTH. i Horrorkscs First-grade . AI Long cloth. 36 in. 'wide. ' Usual...

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BUSH FIRES Continued from page ll RAGING IN BLUE MOUNTAINS Whole Valleys Ablaze SYDNEY. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

If «s ' Contiiuei; frompsgell./ RAGING IN BLUE Whole Valleys Ablaze , : SYDNEY. Friday. Forest and bush flrei are raping In the .Blue Mountain . districts, the most extensive being around Wentworth Falls, Mount Victoria, and Katoomba. ? ? . There arc extensive fires in the Hawkes bury :River valley, where it it ftported that three ? cottages have been uurnt. Many motorists are returning- from holi day resorts owing to the heat and smoke. Some of the beauty spots are not awes ^aible owing to the roads being blocked ?'by the fires. . ' ?;. Excursionists who stood to-day at Echo ?Point, Katoomba, where the young woman fell over the cliff on New Years 'morning, said that the whole ofthemcun .^tain appeared to be ablaze.. - , ' Desperate, Fighting. '' Many reports have been received of houses saved by the desperate effort* of volunteer firefighters. In Hartley Valley, ' near Mount Victoria, the fires . have a Iwide front ;'Fc.ncing. and -.telegraph ports 'have bieti burnt at Oberon. , In...

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RAGING IN NEW SOUTH WALES Anxiety in Many Districts SYDNEY. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

RAGING IN NEW SOUTH Anxiety in Many Districts - SYDNEY. Friday. Heat and strong winds to-day made con ditions verV trying. Many bush fires were reported. , ' .*t_- *!.». «:j41a nt +Ji» nfrnrnnnn -the smoke ligK in the sky over Sydney screened we sun;' and gave it a dull appearance, ai if it were viewed through smoked glass. In the evening the wind increased in velocity. The conditons were boisterous. The: wind increased the danger from the ' fire* in the country. A report from West Maitland says that a DUBh fire is raging in the vicinity of the Glen Ayr Col liery. -When the fire brigade arrived the nine was practically surrounded with fires, -but' the mine was saved. * In the Albnr'y district severe heat and Irind are ' causing landowners anxiety. Borne who were absent on holidays have . returned -to. watch their properties. .. ....Bectory Destroyed The' rectory of St. Paul's Church of ? EnrfsTid; at Emu-PIains.-near Penrithj-wus destroyed by a bush fire which swept many ?acres'of g...

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DINNER TO BIG FOUR Canberra Venue Changed Hotel is Now licensed CANBERRA, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

DINNER TO BIG FOUR Canberra Venue Changed Hotel is Now Licensed CANBERRA, Friday. . The. Federal Ministry will entertain members of the Economic Mission -at dinner on Tuesday evening at the Hotel Canberra, and not at Parliament House, as is usual.. ? It is- semi-officially stated that , the change of venue is due to the' inability of the Parliamentary kitchen to cope with such a function. . It is anticipated, however, that after the Parliamentary. House Committee has dealt with the liquor question in tbe same definite, manner as it has been dealt with at the;- Hotel Canberra;: the kitchen wfll be equal to 'any demand of this character that may be made upon it.

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CASUALTIES NO INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

CASUALTIES. NO INQUEST. No inquest will be held into the death Df .Laurence I. Carroll (31), motorman. which occurred in' the Adelaide Hospital oh -Thursday night from injuries received when ? he was struct by . a motor car at the corner of . Magill road and Osmond terrace, Norwood, that afternoon. , P.O.C. Volsen, of Norwood, made tbe report to the City Coroner (Dr. W. Ran?say Smith). . CAR ON FIRE. . ' MALLALA, January 3.— Yesterday Mr. G. J. Algar, baker, lost his motor, car by ire. His son, Mr. A. E- Algar, returning lpme in the vehicle, was coming down the lill on tbe Wasleys road when the car lurst into flame and was destroyed. , . KENSINGTON ACCIDENT. Daniel Sullivan (13). of Wright street, Adelaide, left the Adelaide Hospital- on Friday- after-- treatment for injuries. . re ceived, when a motor lorry, overturned at Kensington on Thursday., , He suffered head injuries, abrarions, and shock. WHARF WORKERS INJURED .. While assisting in the discharge of coal from the motor ship'...

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BAROMETER. Baremeter at 9 o'clcek-Just sight. 29.99 [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

SAROMETER. Bsrcraefer at » o'clcek; last sight. 29.99 Tbt fellowiug UWe eH«s tU .'six-hpntv «or reeled itid reduced to onn sea level and baro meter readings duriss tbt last three days ?1 dec. Fsbr. and standard sr»v|t», csrrespoBdlni mtn tlie weather cup:— ? * 3 a.m. 9 a.m. J p.m. » p.ou Wednklday . . 30.0s SO.Ot S9.92 99.SS Tlitrraday .. .. TJ.T3 tO.TO 2O.0B 88.71 Friday . .: .. J9.7» S9;90 29.92 J9.99 TVIATHJCR .'.REPORTS' JlSD TOREOASTS. ' Supplied . by the Commonwealth ' Heteorolocia, 'iDELA10E.-Jannary 4. - ? South Australia (issued at 9 p.tp.. Frioaj),— Tine, v.ith coal to moderate temperatures. South (rest to tooth-east winds. - ? Weitem Au.»trali3.-^Sultrj-; and unsettled in north-west; otheprine line, with toutb-wat to ?outh-east wind' chieliy. , - . ' Quee-naland.— Further rain and thnnder on tropical tout- and oh Caip»nUri» ar.J isolated [rom the gulf to south-east; otbenrlsi traim to hot and sultry. South-east winds on coast, RortK-eaat to south-eatt elsewlw.- . ? ? ? ? ...

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LATE COMMERCIAL AUSTRALIAN MARKETS MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

LATE eOMMERGIAI, zj AUSTRALIAN ^ MARKETS ; ^ ?'. '' MEtuhrmvp *Vi-ijv~ ?* Wheat.— Onlet, parccla, 477); tanners'' low; 4/7. Ftou?.— £U .i)4 .to £1* T/fl. :Bran.— Firm, £S 15/. PoIUri— £6 6/. OaU.— lini- lnir sttady. till, occasionally 5/; feed. 2/n. to I/* Barley.— EnfHsn. 4/. to tjg:- Cspr; S/Sto S/S. Maize.— Quiet, 4/8. Chaff. — ' Slow, .£4 10/ to £5. Potatoes.— Scare*.' keen, demand, £15. to £16. Onions.— Steady, £8 10/ Jnte.--Qqletf unchanged. . ..'.-' Z

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SANDOWN PARK [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

SANDOWN PARK 9— ?nVO-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP. .*?'. ? ' ' ?. Five furlong*. ' - -. ,. '; :?': '? ? ? ti: iti. -''??-?'? ??? '' ' ????' st ib. MiUiinU .', . ; U0: Time- Star ... .:??«? '1 Baiytborn . ... 8.18 'Caralero .' . ; . -7 IS Serenely . . . .- 8 7 Kalalle ': . ;. * .7 12 Eafabos . . . . 8 ? 5 Orangeade . . . 7 12 Nerette . . , .'? . .8 4 Uardtsa. .-..«. 7- 10 lovat .' ; . v. 8 4 Pop Home . . '?, 7' .5 Star River . ; . ; 8 V ? ? ? -Y „_ __ ;.: \ QQA— TRIAL WELTER. ' . ... AOU .one mile.; ' ' ?-? Carainelo . . ?. . : 9 0 ..Lanccola ... 7 13 CaTe Kins ... 8 12 Palby .... 73 Teparap . . . . 8 7 . Beg Pardon .. 7 0 Sir Lanins . . . 8 . 6 Kinawalla . .-. 7 ;S Demos Doux , .?- 8 ; t, Spearlight . ..75 O— SANDO\VN PLATE. ' ? ? ' .* *^ Sixilurlongs. .'???'?-.? The Wensum . . .0 3. Bouorium . ... 7 9 Greener ; . . .' 9 1. Bradbury.:.'. r. 7 : 7 Greenray . . . 8 . 0 The Demon .... 7 7 Shady Nook . '7 18 Apis . '?.???'. V .'?T'-'iS SalonU .... 7 11 Ccter. . . . -. 13 TheAbbott . . .7 9 \ ? ? ?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

...-?.?'*?-?-? -- --? ;??? ??-?'?-'? ?;?-'? AUCTIONS, v . -?-??^?f;:.*..V'--:^rA-''- ?' .ANNOUNGINO THE- FIRST 'SUBIiiviSION OP THE NEW/yEAR. ? . ' = ' 19 .. ATTRACTIVE ALLOTMENTS: at GLENELG '% 191 Facing Old-Established Scarborough Street (AND OTHER ROADS) TO BE SOI.D AT AUCTION ON THE GROUKD, On/ Saturday, 26th January; at 3., ' By direction of MR. A. c. BRANSON and others — '. ' Well situated jurt South of The Broadway, these situ are within t few minutes' walk U Woodlands C. of E. Girls' School. Marist Brothers' College, and the Public School, quits clow to the New Glenelg Shopping Centre, anil within easy walking distance of the beach. BUSES PASS THE .PROPERTY, the' surroundings ate good, and the land comprises excellent . sandv loam. ...--. ?'.,.' ?'„. ? ? IN CONNECTION KITH THE ELECTRIFICATION OF THE CLENELQ RAILWAY, a most important press paragraph appeared recently announcing that express cars during peak, periods would reduce the time of transit from the City ? to Glenelg...

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CHARGES AGAINST A TRAVELLER Wife Granted Separation [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

CHARGES AGAINST A TRAVELLER Wife Granted Separation Charges of cruelty W hb wife duung tUe ™st six months, and of .-, habitual clriuk Jng, and that he waa.thewby. dangerous to ?other.: and- of neglect to maintain his .wife ina CU11U, were !»?;*« ''.~e-~' ?:: ? , UenrV Stracey, commercial traveller, ot Aspect. He pleaded .'guilty under pro rocation.' The matter was before At. a. W. Uffindell and Messrs. H*J. Deeble md F. J. Woods, m the 'Adelaide Police Jotirt No. 2 yesterday. ? Mr J.- -Jv. Mderman, for compiainant.^stated that ;he parties were married- in. 1908 and there irere -four children^. They, had lived n Prospect for the last six months, prior to which they had a: confectionery estab lishment at Semaphore. During ;? that period'1 defendant was generally drinking, tfe did no work, and maintained himself iritb money taken. from the till. He iad allowea his wife *7' 10/ ?during the last six months. On December 14 he struck his wife on the face, and called aer disgusting- names i...

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TO-DAY'S RACES MORPHETTVULLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

TO-OATS RA§S: MORPHETTVILLE 1 On— K07AR HDHDLE RACE. - J..OV Two mUcs and 38 yarii. ? ? ? ii' Ib. ?????? ' it It Kenlle (IS) . .11 4 Finten -S)v... » 3 Adem (1) ... 10 5 Laurelmond (11) 9-8 Pass By (H) .10 J Kin* Sam (12) ,92 Golden Fox (6) 9 12 Mploni«r (4) .. 9. 0 TilliiieatU (3) 9. 8 &rl Vano. (5) 0 0 Decormn (17) . 0 7 Macadam^! ?? ?_ ; His Excellent Reward (18) 9 0 MS) 9 6 l*emn -:« . ' ' . Via 0IngIiim'-(8) Or 5' *-'» (') . 9 0 Fine Time (16) .9. 5 Zero Hour (9) . %9 0 Abull (7) ... 0, 4 , . ' TALLANOATTA ? ...'.. 1 GOLDEN FOX ? 2 ADON .. .. .. ..... .. V.'... -3 . ' O 1 C^-HELMSDALE WELTER. ,': . ' '?**?:,??-?.? 3(lnc; Jqtlongs,,, :,',,. '. ' Tran'sUtor (ii) 11 ^i'Sanpah:^)^;1 .8.^, Cash.Box:(llV..,,9 11 Koanl (1) ... 8 ,.8 rongwortby (?) 9. 8 Special Call (?) 8!« Pamphleteer (4) ? 9 5' Trireme? (15) '. . 81 :« Amant (12) » 9 S ? Merrylyn (17) . tvl Arabauador .(3) 9 . S . Dreactla (14) .-8:2 Green Sign (7) ... 8 12 Drifting Start(6J .8 iO! Mareate (10) . 8 12 ' Towyn...

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RETURNED UUSANNE DELEGATES Welcomed by Women's Societies [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

RETURNED LAUSANNE DELEGATES ?* Welcomed by Women's Societies At the Willard lloli, AVakclield street, '- yesterday nlternoou, the W.C.T.lj; welcomed' tue 'returned women delegates lrom the World's Convention, held at Lausanne. The president - (Mrs. ? O. W. liuruard) ivas in the chair. The piuccediiius began with the' singiug of the .National .dutliun, after which Lady Holder engaged in prayer), 'ihe State ^resident (Mrs. Uur uardj then welcomed the returned dele gates on behalf of the W.C.T.U., .Bap tists' Women's League, .National Council af Women, Women s Jjon-Party Associa tion, 'English-Speaking Uukiu, -Workers' Educational Association, Y.W.CA., Girls' Friendly Society, and tbc Prohibition League. . She said they were very glad to have Mrs. - Harrison and Mrs. G. McKitchie back , with them after their travels. Mrs. M. L. Harrison (secretary Baptist Women's League), in response, thanked Lady Holder - tor - having sent her over Beas to the thirteenth World's Confer ence. The white...

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HUNTING THE KANGAROO[?] TOUGH FIGHTER WHEN CORNERED. Two Men, Two Dogs, and a Euro. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

HUNTING Trffi ;ttJGARO0 TOUGH FIGHTER WH& CORNERED, ? ' 4 ' ? ^—- - - - - Two Men, Two DogSj and a Euro. By . A. E. Place: Most people 'are inclined to class the kangaroo as a quite harmless animal, but [ have seen cornered 'roog put -up a stub born fight against man and does. .ik naa a onciiciujg jiub.uay la xyvcciuuer, and I had gone up to the far north station country, taking with 'me a little fellow named Jack Wild, who'was only 5 ft. 4$ in. in height, and had been a jockey. 'This iras his first experience of teal bush life, and, as I will relate, it might easily have been his last. - ? . -I had also a half-bred .wolf- hound named Wolf. . He was a champion kangaroi fighter, big, strong, and fleet of foot, battlo Bcarred, but defiant, even.. when. the. odd» were against him. He was a one-man deg, and he died for me, '.when. a. massive; old man euro tried to drag me from my horse But that is . another . story. : Wolf 's in separable mate, was Flash, a rugged brawny staghou...

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FOOD FOR FISH. Floodlights on Lagoons. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

FOOD FOR FISft Floodlights oh Lagoons. - Do bugs, millers, moths, flies, beetles, and all the other .insects hive. any pre ference as to the colour of the light around which they 'like to swarm and swirl on warm summer evenings: . jv-,. say me Izaak. Walton League of Fort Wayne, U.S.A., 'which has combined business with pleasure in the installation.' of floodlights of various hues around the lagoons in Lakeside, . Park; ...Visitors to the park might with reason be led to believe' that the coloured floodlights had been installed to. add to the natural beauty of the park, but there is more to the. story. The Underlying motive for the lights . is that in the five lagoons of the lake- are fiali of many kinds and sizes, for the Jake is used as a hatchery by the .disciples, of Izaak. . Fish must be. fed, and they pre fer- bisects, ...- But a hatchery, with ' its concentrated) jpopulatioDrAeeds'aaTabun dance of insects above 'and- in -the'- water if all .the finny denizens are to hayetheir...

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LIGHTING THE WORLD. Jubilee of Edison's Lamp. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

4KHTING4HE WORLD; Jubilee of Edison's Lamp. To capture the human voice upon a cylinder o£ wax; to produce pictures in which the people move as they do iu actual life; to imprison a hair-like thread ?wiiain a vacuum ana maic it giow cicctnc ally! with such brilliance as to furnish the people with' a wonderfully, useful lamp —these things .are. magical indeed.' And these things all shout;' the' same' magical name.. It is the name of Edison. As the 'Wizard of Menlo Park' began the golden .jubilee year 'of his incandescent electric 'light, America. paid him homage of a sin gular sort.' Acting as the representative of ' his fellow Americans, the Secretaiy 'of the United ' States Treasury (Mr. An drew W. Mellon) presented him in Octo ber with' a special Congressional gold medal at a ceremony which was broadcast by radio; and the President of the United States spoke to the nation from Washing ton, to remind the millions who listened of the influence Edison has been in their daily living. '...

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