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THE BUNDLE STREET POULTRY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

THE BUNDLE STREET POULTHY- MARKET. A. A. BRICE & CO;, LIMITED, report- on Jinuarj 4, 1929:— Our . .sale- to^ay.. was well attended by the trade, when 1 small catalogue was offered which wir caiily cleared. . Miny.of the pent were ct the lighter' aorts and pricei ranged accordingly. Heavy young birds both hem and cockerels are in strong request, »nc conaijtnon possetslnR them are assured ol-good returns. ' There is no alteration to report except in the case ot light hem and cockerels, which .are'. easier in value. The following ire to-day's values: — Prime heavy young coclierrls, 5/0 to 7/S eirti; heavyweight hens, 4/8 te 5/6 each; good condition cockerels and hens, -/6 to S/0 each; lair, condition cockerels and hem, 3/ to 8/6 each; Kens, pmall and vteedr, 1/6 to' 2/ each; cockerels,' small, 1/6 to 2/ each; cockerels, young, 3/ to 3/6 each; docks, good table birds, 4/ to 8/6 each; ducks, fair condi tion, -3/- to .4/ each; ducks, Muscovy, voung, well-conditioned, 4/8 to -67; -...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FIRE MENACE protecting Forests [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

PIRE^AIENACE;: ?~. IProtectingvFore&tsi ^ '?TelephohlcaHysiillnked watch, towers, specially; Imported water-' earts, and organized units of. resl . dentir-these are - some of; .tha . official .precautlpns'Whlch are .being--. ; ? takon'to safeguard the Government ?'?'' ' r forest reserves .in .the south-east v 1 against the menace' et: biuhJflres. :.. ' Fire 'is a goodfriend: io-'ma)ikind;-;bnt' it can also be' a bad;'ene'my,;-'irid''it:is at this .time, of the. year, that 'it .'becomes' a menace. ' ? , '♦ ' I--' -i!\ ?''''? '' : Beginning, ?pcrhaps^kr^iittler. clump' of Srnss by. ?the.'rdadside.Tit ? sweeps 'tllrougb' miles' of; valuable xrasslaijd''and-:tiinbered ranges, ^destroying'..^^.^^^^^'^ day the .painstaking work of yearsr 'Honey-: spent ;.; oh ypr.e.y.entiqn-__.tlierefore, -is-weli spent'Cihilee'd; .-.. .' '.. . \ ,'''?',.?; Necessarily the Conservator of. the State Forests (Mr. E. Julius) has to.be'.on; the qui -rive. Recently he returned from an ? inspection of t...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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HOUSEHOLD PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

HOUSEHOLD- PRODUCE. ?The . Retail ::Grocerer . Association - of; ? Soijth Australia; reports:that-the-selk- ing. prices, are as follows:-—. '. . . (' , ? EGGS.— Market .. conditions prevailipg- - nt. the present time prevent; quptav . tions being made of retail, egg prices, -' '?which .depend ? entirely' 'upon' ;:lqca1.', ?'circumstances. -' / ' ' ' ',;v ';? ?';??, :: BUTTER.— Choicest , factory, ?'£/% to ' , 2/3J ; .' separaf or/ JZ7J'.'t6 l/lOj^-.'. * ,' V BACON^-Rashers, 1/11- per' ib^Thiams; ' &?.-.'?'.'??: ??.;.:-?; ?:v^-',-:*t CHEESE-^Maiired. '.l/S/to '1/8; new.' 1/2 to 1/3.' V- .-'?.. N »;?-.'? ?-:??: ?pNiON^M.-'' \ ' -; ,:-.::;'- '. ' ' ' ?'.'. POTAtpESi-rNew/M. peV-ft.

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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Wine Industry Crisis: Mt. Pleasant Bush Fires: Remarkable Accident at Glenelg [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

Wine Industry Crisis: Ml PMstint [ Miish Eires: ^Remarkdble AceiSerit at Gkmlg A SMILING COUNTRYSIDE UNDER THE VERDANT VINE - ', \ view of one of the vlnbyards on tfie'slepes'at Mtolll'wlth'.Ib fruits ripening for the pomlng vintage. Sout.li Australia Is the largest' wlne-produdnQ Stale Inl the. -Commonwealth, and this scene ts typical of the expansive plcturesqueness of i the Industry. Grape gathering Is near at hand and the growing season has been most favourable. The situation was reviewed at a conference In'AdelalaVyesterdiy. Uart year the State produced nearly 13 million gallons of wine, antf' ,^o» _v- .. , 'the reeord vintage was iB'mllBon gallons in 1927, out of an AnstrtJhin aggregate of .20 millions. I ',' '? A SMILING COUNTRYSIDE UNDER THE VERDANT VINE - ', \ view of one of the vlnbyards on tfie'slepes'at Mtolll'wlth'.Ib fruits ripening for the pomlng vintage. Sout.li Australia Is the largest' wlne-produdnQ Stale Inl the. -Commonwealth, and this scene ts typical of the exp...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHOLESALE PRICE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

.WHOLESALE PRICE .LIST. WHEAT.— Local -market' quotations' for growers': .lots' per ? bushel on , trucks Port i Adelaide^ 4/6 to '4/«J, T ? January, i ? ?? ? ? : ; 1 : ? ?:; COBNSACKS.— Merchante' quotaUom for farmers' lots, 10/3 pet dozen' on . trucks,' Port Adelaide, . for .new^ season s.i delivery.- ?-.? '.\ '.. v.. . ..' V FLOUBi-Up to £11 2/W,. delivered in . - city, and suburbs, leas .5/. concession . for caih. . -..'.-??'.- BRAN.— Net price,^ up, to £5:12/6.per -; ton on tricks mill door in minimum truck loads; lesser quantities (not less than half, a ton), up to 1/5 per ' buBhel' delivered in' metropolitan' aica. . .. .-. POLLARD.— Net ' price, '.np''/tp'.'£6'. per 'ton off trucks mill door,- in' mini-, mum truck loadB; lesser | quantities - (not less than half a. ton), up to 1/6 per bushel delivered in metropolitan. ' area. ? ? ?'_?-.????'??'? BARLEY.— New season's. No. 1 Eng- ? dish ? raaltinc, - about . 3/3 per bushel V on trucks- Pprt, Adelaide:- : (?- OATS.— New N: seas...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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Trade, Finance, and Mining TRADE TOPICS WHEAT MARKET EASIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

TRADE TOPICS WHEAT MARKET EASIER. According to prhaH cable 'advices re ceived in Adelaide on Friday from London, the overseas wheat market was ? easier, with bincrs holding off. A parcel of 1,300 ton* from Western Australia, due to arrive; was sold at 45/, and 250' tons from New- South Wales,. also due to arrive,. at 45/. /.One message showed -the market a» easy for United Kingdom near wheats and the. Continent apathetic. Red wheat was nominally 3d. per quarter lo'wer. ? A re sale was made' of 2.500 tons of 63-Ib. Rosa, Fe, arrived, at «A No. 3 Northctn: Manitoba, near-at-hand, - was quoted- at 44/6, and for January »t 45/; Argentine,. 41/3 'and 42/3 respectively, ' and . Pacific Coast:45/ and 48/6. Chicago options canic back -V-lBd.: to 4/9 11-16 per bushel/ for Marchi Jd.. to-4/11 1-W for May; and jld.. to 4/11-11-16 for July. Winnipeg options eased- 7-16d. per. bushel' for May. id. tor July,.' and \A. for- October. Liverpool: futures* alsp receded Jd. to 8/ltf per ceu-; tal foe M...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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RIFLE SHOOTING. BARMERA. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

RIFLE SHOOTING^ ' BARMEBA... The F. McBride Trophy fu contested oa December. 2»,-orar a idoubR' ^600 yards. A fishtail wind and the mirage made shooting ex tremely difficult.. .It was-eone.bf -the worst'* days experienced for the ? yearr ? -' 8core»:— Andrews (csptain). 33, 85 (— )i— «8; Xitachke. P. A., 28, SO (4)-^2; BramVK,-26735 ( — ) — 61; Germein, W.; 16, 30 (2) — 58; Outte..A. a, 27,i-27,'.(4)-i-58{'.WatiOT'L. E. B-. 22 «.«)— 63; Cmie. 3. W. fa,, 23, 28- (— )— SI; BarUch, J:,'26, IS (— )— 4» Comley, S.' W. J., I*,- 28 (— )— i7--namden! I., IS. 2« (8)1^47; ?B.'rtden.^.-, li™^ . (—)—«-: Shorty a. O. W.. H.K '(8)4-34. On December 22. the Lake' Bonney point* ' trophy was, fired . oft' double 300 .yards, eight Jiota and two p'ghtera. ; A hurricane Hew across the range, - with .dust ? ' Scores: ? Cornier ' 9. W. J.. 34,^34't— j-HSpCarnle, J. Co, 12.. 34 (— )— «6; Brand. B.. .84.' 32 (^-)— l4;Wab»nr L..E. B., 34. S8-t2)— «4;-Andrew« [captain), W, 32 . (— )— 63; Barnden, U. 3«. 50 (_...

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DIVIDENDS AND CALLS [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

Diy^NDS^iD CAD| '-.The following' .dividends lure betn'.recom mentled.by. tho directors,' or finally, approved by (harelloldera.,i 'The letter C. denotes Rites' on wljlch. traorfW;' books ? dose.!, unltsj .bfberwte rpeclned: — ..-;?., . ?- v ..-..: v-^ . -. Allans. Llmite^, prd... .»!, O.'Jan. 5,p. Jan. Australitn- Banner Knlttlnj-, ord.v »hd rprei. it ., rate lO.ptr'cent. pj., P. Jan. 15. „- . Howard Bmltl) pret, ; at rate 8 per cenU p.a.-, C. Jan. », v7r§K 91 ' - . r' - Kuala Lumpur; -1/; C. Jan. 10,' P. Jan.lJ. Held '.Bros, jri/'ed., :p«t and A prtC at rate 8:,per, «nf jp.i»,,P, Jtn 9 . - .';). 6mith's'.NeH«pipm,; -pref, «t rate B per. cent. p^--a-.Dfc is, p/jin. 7. .V ' : . . South Kalgurli.-iy, lesi English ' income-tax, it - rate 2/8 In the £1, C. Jan. S. P. Jaiu.21.. Sulphide Corporation,- old.; 1/8 pref. J7, both lea-. EnjIlfV Income-/ tax, 2/0' In ' ti^^l. C. 'Dec. U.'P.'Jin. IS, . -.-? Tello*' Cabs.lfWrA.), -at .r»te 7 per. cent p.*., ,O.:Jin.ie,,P,.,Jini J.4.- . . ..- ,;'...

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

i it ward & cor i ' STOCK, SHARE, ^ and; investment brokers, 1 30 GreifeD ilreet, AdeWde. ,'.-.' . ' .. . ? ?. '. . xtv* fi W. HODGETTS &1CO, ?'. ' ^Co*™ Chsinben. Orenfell street^ , ' 8tock. Share; and Investment Broken. ? - Telephone Ontral 822. . . . K8»4wse ' ^^C^srtw ^Ss^p'w1 '^ ADDS CHARM AND BEAUTY TO NEW AND OLD HOMES. The Wonders of ancient and ? modern '-periods of interior decoration can ibe reproduced . : without limitation by **&afiexn ' 'Craftex1*^ can' be applied, on any surface to which 'paint will adhere. It spreads out to any desired thickness, then : stippled, -swirled, Vor woried- into any land - of texture desired.- i- Tr^e possibilities of Jqraftex' are b^uno!lMSrT^pr-;are.-iliie colours and combinations of _? ?. ??-,.'.. '' colour^ .I'^i ::-^-,'.'. '- Full 'information from,,1-''1 ^- 1H0MPS0N& HARVEY.. ,' . LIMITED, - - 111-117 FEINDEBS STKEET. ! Phone 32 (4 lines). -. ? ; ? '.-'-. '? ~ - tHSS7se .

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HOW THE CRISIS AROSE Demand for New Constitution Follows Gen. Booth's Illness : [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

HOW THE CRISIS AROSE Demand for New Constitation Follows Gen. Booth's Illness The crisis in the control of the Salvation Army, which will come to a head next Tuesday, when the high council will meet in secret ronplnvp. ia thn rActtlt of agitation by a strong section of that body in * England since October, 1927. Dissatisfaction among high officials in the organization— including the sister of the leader. Gen. Bramwell Booth— arose because it was desired that, owing to the general's age and increasing infirmity, a successor should bo apppinted and the constitution amended to permit of the election of a successor rather than appointment by tho retiring head. The deed of 19W, under which the high coun cil is convened, empowers that body to decide 'whether the general for the time being is unfit for office and should be re moved therefrom, and. if 6o decided, to appoint a successor. The coining meeting of the high council is the first in the history of the army. Those entitled to attend...

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

BUltolBEET RACES ? The -Burrumbeet-Park. .(Vie.) Meeting wu held on Wednesdaj'. Results:—^- - -'Maiden Plate, ftie fi»longs.-r ^Amoonah. 8 * 4 X (B-- S»per)r -Scarlet Q»*v,» -$; Sands); Quatre.-7 7 (W. Andrews). Cml startersl ' Betting— t t« 1 on Amoonah, ^4 to 1 apt.'lcarlet QuetTs to . 1- QUatre. Won by efcht lengths; 12 lengths.- Time, 1.21. Vorelty Piray Race, four and a half Jurtogt. — Abdulbh, 7 st. 5 ft. (Hi.Cann);Gold 8witch, 9 7-(A. FulUrton); Noorolly.-O 7 (J. Porter). Other starter— Toowong, 7 S (T. Phlff). Bet tiBg-4 to 4 on Gold Switch, 6 (o 4 agst. Moirolly, 3 to 1 Abdullah. 7 to 1 Toowong. Vron by half a head; four lengths. Time, l.i V protest asainrt the winner for alleged inter ference was ilinniised. . ' ' Burrumbect Summer -Cup, one nule and 110 jitiu ? Sabretache, by Broadsword — Mesa, allowed 2 H-.,7 st. 5.1b. (B. Cann); Bonnie Bob. 8 G, inc. 0 Ik. pen. (N. Crelghton); Koolparoo. 7 12, carried 8 (G. Smith). Other ttartcra — Retsacnal, 7 st 11 lh., carried 8 2 (A...

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FIFTY YEARS AGO From The Register, Saturday, January 3,1879. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

FIFTY YEARS AGO ?rom The Begister,- Saturday, January 3, ? 1879.. '..'?.- The first number- of The Southern Cross, a Bomari Catholic publication,. was issued. —Proposals were made for the erection o a corn exchange in- Melbourne at a cost of £20,000.— The strike ' of seamen ' in the eastern States, due to the introduction of Chinese labour, was declared- ofi;-^Five men intimately associated with the Kelly Gang 'were arrested by the Victorian police. ? The threat of the Eellys to liberate their imprisoned relatives led to the dispatcli'of a detachment' of artillery men to guard the Beechworth Jail.

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SPORTS AND PASTIMES RACING NOTES MORPHETTVILLE TO.DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

SPORTS AN!) PASTIMF^ '*-?- ?. ?-' . ?*?.??-.:?? ?'»' :r »???- : ' ? ?? '? : ' ' .. '- :--;'' ? - ????'? '?' -.'♦ .? ' ?» ~&&i: 'ByOrlelsh tfORPHETTVILLE TO-DAY. :'At- Morphettville: this iafteraoon ;tlie SJiJ.C. will conclude i£snewvyear'B3rture and 'the fact that therp will'be only- six ra&6. again, will be much appreciated by racegoers. The first race is timed to start at 1.30 ].nv,and the last race at the convenient lour.of 5 p.m., which will thus unable usitors to make an early return 'to: the :ity, . The. chief event will be the New if ear's. ' Gif£ in ; which.1 a -field' 6£ nine le^ mains in»* -?- *'? '' ? ' ' '*. '?/ '?'' . ? ~-}^i JUICK WORK. ~ , '?'''' TlicA.J.C. will hold- a meeting at -War- vick ?' Farm' to-day, and ? thp'- programme iwing to divisions hag- bien extended to iight races. The first race will start at . p.m.- (Sydney- time) and the last race1 has wen get down for 4.15 p.m. Races will iiso be held at Sandown Park this after loon, and t...

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£710 AHEAD Onkaparinga Club's Profit No Alteration in Stakes [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

5710 AHEAD - ~ Onkaparioga dob's Profit No Aheration in Stakes '.'The' committee decided, after ? ctraf dl eohflderattbn' that It would . .? bs In the best Interests of the*': iport to allot thijame amount In stake money for Easter .Monday.' . Tb'ose'few lines are the dominant note of the annual report of the Onkaparinga Racing Club, which was made available on . Friday,- and it will mean ; that- the famous hills club will again this -year 'con- duct ''-the rtchestr steeplechase -sout'!' :of the hue. The Great Eastern Steeple 'will be worth £Z,m.% - Actually the club finished up the year with a. balance on the right' side of the ledger of £710, and this satisfactory state of affairs, will be received with gratifica tion by the thousands of racing people who are- intertsted in ^ tte welfare, of tKe old clubj. which -'races' oij only one day of a ?«ar. '. ' ' '.. . . * -; ? 5 The annual report of, the chairman (Hon. H, D. Young, Mi.C.) :statea: Tne balance brought forward, has been de...

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CLARE RACING CLUB £435 PROGRAMME £435 WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 6th. 1029. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

ci-ARF RACING CL13B '. £435 PROGRAMME.- £435 -.'- li-unvcoiiv vimmiAHV 8H1. 1929. -185 — Handicap Hurdles,-! miles; «om.,:iv/. :f60-Sovlce Plate,. W.F.AU 6| Jurs.; .Norn., lO/Si-.-For-. horses, that have, never won a flat aceratja 'registered -meeting. . ? ''-?'? . . . -fioiMOlare Handicap, H mlle-. 50, yards: Com., 20/,'and trophy \-alued at £20, presented ty Mr: 'Arthur Graham. ? ?' £60— Wolta Wolta Handicap,- 5} furs.; Nom., f 50— Ultaba. Trials Handicap, 5] furs.; Horn., 10/. -Forhorses that at time oT, starting have lot won (on the flat) a prize or part of greater ralue.than £10. . ' ? , . '-' £50 — Handicap Jumpers' Flat, It miles and SO yds.; Nom,, 10/. For horses that at start Inn time haw cither -fallen or completed the »uitt in two Hurdle Race* or -Steeplechases, ro be ridden by Jockeys who' have ridden in- at least two jumping events at 0 registered jnect !njt. ?? ? ? ? : ? ? ?' ' £80 — Bunirarce Handicap. 1 mile; Horn., 10/. ? Penalties- fixed, mual conditions, ? . SXMZ....

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A.J.C. Weights FIRST DAY.— SATURDAY, "JANUARY 19. CHALLENGE STAKES. Six Furlongs [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

ixdyeighu' : FIRST/DAY.— SATURDAY, 'JANUARY 19. ' . ' -' .- CHALLENGE STAKES.^.'.' :? . Six furlonn. ? ' St. ID. .. St.- ID. Reckwitb . . . ,'9 3- Diorama . . ; . 7 5 Sion .... 9 2. Mlas Australia . 7.5 Aga Khan ... 0.2 Black Dina': . '. 7 4 Golden Voice .'.? 9 0 Factor ?.-.'.' .- 7i'3 Oaimest ,.'. j . I* O '? Quince. .'?-. i .-:7 ! Whitta ..'?'. '. 8.12 Roiener, . ; . .7. 8 Don Moon ... 8 11 Valley... . . .'' 7 2 Aorangi .... 8 7 Black Douglas . ? 7- ? I 31ear Flight ... 8 4 .'Green Loch .-... 7 2. Hojal Tea ... 8- 3 Greenwich . -?... .7 .: Land of Leisure .8.3 Casque' d'Or . .. 7 Hatashon .'.'. ,'S :S- Bel 'Astro ?-.'«??-' 7 -1 Justify. .... 8- ? S King's Arms. ; '. '. 7 „ 0 Newaore . .- . . -8 2 Green.- .? .?«, ..7 Uargarethal ? 8 2; Wedara :. ?., . '.. .7 ( Prcposterer . :. 8 2 Marcia ..'. ; . .;7 ( Pohiona --. .- . -8 2 Prometheus . .... 7 . ?,' Violian . ... 8 0 I^ird Romeo ..70 Ascalon , . t « 8 '0 Inflation- .-?? .70 'igure '.' . . 7 IS- Shilllnjsworth . 6 18 Genuine*. . .''...

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ARNE BORK COMING TO ADELAIDE Here on Honeymoon Tour BRISBANE. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

ARNE BORK COMING TO ADHilDE Here on Honeymoon Tour 'BRISBANE, Friday. .- Arne Barg, . the Swedish, swimming, cham pion, and his bride, were passengers on the iteameri Nieuw Zedand, which arrived it. Brisbane from' the1' East' today/'' and left Jaterlvfdr SydribTLV -V -?-?:-.- . Tifty We^rmtrrieain Jap^arf; anrire on their hohej'mob'n' ''? ? .Althougli-.JBorg has/ no definite plans, he.Teill probably swim' at Sydney, Mel bourne, Adelaide,-, and1 Brisbane before lie begins his return' journey \ early in Feb ruary. . He will Vfiit , 'Sweden, tp'settle his affairs . there, - and. will probably ? then- go to the United- States and become an Ame rican dtizeri. ..,'''? Ar-:' '?: :The chairman' of the .council of. the Queensland A'mateiirt * Swimming'- Associa tion -'(Mr'. J. Hiron) and, '[he secretary (Mr. E. Goodwin) met. the , boot,- bat Borg and his wife declined ': the' invitation to see the Hty;.' THey preferred to visit h Swedish boat'-af'a neigfibouring wharf to . sample . iood'.of ...

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LAWN- TENNIS MOUNT GAMBIER HARD-COURTS TOURNAMENT MOUNT GAMBIER January [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

LAWN' TENNIS U0UST OAMBIER HARD-COUBT5 . . TOUKNAME^T. : ? : 'UmiVT niWRIES. Jimurr 1. The Hard-Couru Championsntp xoornamnt promoted under the auspices of the Mount Quo bier Tennis A.«sociation, was brought, ,to a suc cessful conclusion on New Year's ttiy. Tin issodation vrm make a slight Bnanclal loss over ,. the fixture; but as It was an inaugural one this result was not , altogether ; unexpected. The programme put ' forward for competition; was iomewh»t ambitious for a country town; and the fact that the committee devotfd nearly £40 lo the purchase of trophies, and In addition pro cklcU balls for. all the tournament games (rep fesenffng »0)T made -serious inroads ' Into the Snaacm. .- It is certain'. that.it -will be followed by a' slmttar (Uture. st the end of the. current teafj'an'd tlier*'are already rndfntioni'lhit1 this k{1V Mtract' ranch wider competition, particu larly rfrom'-Adilaidc. 'Melboumej-and the neigh bouring-, soirth-.eaitcm totrns. - final result* rac:— . ,. ? ...

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WHARF WORK ENQUIRY Officer to Visit Port Adelaide [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

?##VWORK INQUP Officer to ...Visit PortAdelaidei The phief 'cuQuiry officer of the Federal Government (Mr.;.Yates)'was expected' in Adelaide ? yesterday- t^begin: dn'investiga.' tion '.of the nosifion aione the waterfront. tie did not arrive;, iiowever, and' it is understood thafc-he'-wlil not leave Met bourne until Monday... '. ?',?.-. ,\ Mr. Yates has-been detailed .by- the Commonwealth'. Attorney-General ' (Hon. W; G. L'atham)' to 'enquire into the sup^ ply of labour available for the wharfs and the relative- efficiency'- of. unionists and volunteers. . . ? ' Position of Wateraiders' Federation. ' Mr. Latham desires full information on the subject to guide- him in ' deciding whether he shdl restore all the work to the Waterside Workers'- Federation by a repeal or amendment of the Transport Workers Licensing Act. The unions ex pect- that something of the sort will ? be deme. in - accordance with-.an .understnnd-. in^ when the Industrial Peace Conference adjourned that an effort wo...

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HOLIDAY RAIL TRAFFIC Great Decline in Receipts [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

HOLIDA^RAlHRAFnC Great Decline m Receipts 'vTlie? Christmas; and. -new-, year . holiday! Irjiffic: -pn*' the ' 8onfh: Australian - 'railways; phoTO!.d:J,a; vfalling--qfi. -as » compared ''.with' Hie preyious year :'(b'ut; comparing. 'ChristH |rias-:pay 'With' -1926, ?as''in~:l927,1 thatVday fdl'nb.a Shifriday)', oT33'259 -tickets-issued and of £2,855 3/3 in cash revenue.' ?.??'? The comparative figures were:— 1928-9.— 199,108 tickets issued; value, £22,363 10/3. Previous Year.— 232,367 ' tickets;' value, £25^18 13/3. -t Following are. the details (previous yearns : figures in parentheses):— ? ' ? ^Chriitmas F.re,: December '2i.-^-Seinapliore, Outer Harbour, and Henley Beach lines, 12,248 ticket!, value £435 0/2 (10,716 ticket!, £428 7/1); Adelaide and southern lines, 3,356, £2,260 9/S (3,368, £1,613 IS/); Adelaide and northern lines. 2.425, £1,776 11/1 (8,850, £2,442 13/9); Olenelg' line (South ter race). 713, £19 1/10 (£1,388, £37 0/6); Olenelft line (North terrace), 801, - £23 S/l...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
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