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INTO ITS OWN KANGAROO: ISLAND BOOMING Visit From Harbours Board [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

iws^rsi;;ffli Visit? Froim Harbours'iBoard ? Kangaroo-Islahd^on'crlittle more . than- a ? spot roh the .'mapV Sb:.f jlr Vas v tourists were concerned, is coming ? Into- its .own.'. : Recreltlfn 'seekers'. ? / / are flocKlng'therejijteamsnip taciiK/ j ' ties havelbee'n Jncreajed, ;an.dtlror-i -^ ' '. are;-' possibilities' of ?- regular .'pianaj, '*l -??',' .s^rylcev. *?.'?'????'?? ??'?? .-:::j:;'c^\ And- ?now,' 'right on the -heels/ .'of- an', nouncements which indicate that the island is -likely to achieve, great; popu larity, the members, of the South' Aus tralian Harbours Board, have made ,a- :omprehqnsive trip of inspection to jts' seaports. They returned to Adelaide yes terday morning, and although several mat ters wtih which they were concerned are itill in ths air, the localities whi;li they risited, and the fact that the inspection ras made at tl'e height of thn bus-- season, ire significant as indicating that those in luthority are fully, alive, to the necessity tor investig...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
DARWIN NEWSPAPER LAW DARWIN Friday. I [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

DARWrfOIEWSPAPER LAW DABWIN.' Fndov. A new ordinance gazetted to-day compels tha. registration of printing .presses and newspaper ?proprietors.' -' All papers, or pamphlets must have an imprint fin the first and Jost -pages. Proof ,of purchase 'of paper-iat the! defendant's pieiniseg ig dis pensed 'with.- He . deji^ery, . of . -writ, for libel' 'at-'defendant's .' registered . premisek is sufficient, -and' defendant^ must discloBe names- of all': persons concerned- in 'print ing' aTny-ljbel.- -The''newspape^ proprietor must' '?provide'-' bonds '.toUlluijf -.fliQOfr. as Kuarantee;'ior :paymeut-of -damages-. and costs of -libel; self -in -£600 and two others of- £85o,«ach;:. „?.?.? '??.-; ??..?..:??

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GRAPE GROWERS AND PRICES "GREATEST SHOCK FOR YEARS" CANDID CONFERENCE REVELATIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

GRAPE GROWERS AND PRICES ? ♦ ;? - ? ? 'GREATEST SHOCK FOR MRS' 1 0km conf^nce Revelations : ,-..:,brape ^growers in tne non-irrigable areas o£ South Australia1 met in '-. qohferWelfor the first time at the Liberal Club Buildings on Friday, yjhoy, -'discussed freely their unfortunate position. in relation to.the.wjne jndnstry,, .and passed several important resolutions. ' l' It-Tvas a capital inspiration on tlie part pl'ithe;:'newly':, formed Southern Grape 6ro\rers' iAssbteiation, through, the presi clent;(Mr^F.'^Bruce) to suggest a meet ing to enable those engaged in various districts to formulate uniform proposals to submit to- the conference arranged by the Minister of Markets (Mr. .Paterson) in ?*ilelbonrne next Thursday.' There, was a ^representative attendance of delegates from the south, Clare, Baroesa, ? and Ade laide Plains.' The Federal Parliament was 'well represented -by the -presence, by invi tation, at the morning session of Sir John 'Kewlands (President' of the Senate...

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

'TO-DAYS 'WEATHER FORECAST. Fine, with cool to moderate' Umptra S»n*. South-wot to south-wit winds.

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

COMMERCIAL PRINTING : ' ? HEmY EXECUTED AT . THE REGISTER. |M Spring Street Melboutne %''**- i '' ' WftWttetstj access oflhe leading - 3 ^ \ . fe *y theatres and stores, ft stands S ^ I 7^ amidst secluded and charming lur- ' ( *' J i tonndings. Ccerq service and modern * j ' ^r\ 't - ? .conoenience is at qour command \ . i '. . Room ud BfoMm. IS/, ladwln ptt i*t U-14 3 fJ \ \'Z- - ' ' ?' ? -^u L , Afetnnm 'Telwiod'oc' \ * J\ Sjl vTd-plio«iCtatnI«60UUsM) Ug -. JJJ VJ A iil^rlilwf To-day you ask that questioiP—* - |n^|^rawt|BMB| to-morrow there.will be no question - ? MBStiteB^ ifforto-highfs dinner you dine ar NBUK:BHI the 'Cross.' Deiightful appoint Jj^^EBl!^^PS ments— excellent cuisine, and so wf|j|P^Wm(|i - : Noonan'i Southern Croii Hotel, LtiL )0*~ '' -* ^***?^* Telephone ? C en:rr-*.i: r:S6i';; Dt:' 'l.iiieil'V FlllHIS/FlU Atallthemists&Stoits 1 uourskin soft and smooth 1 — ^tai . -- » - -^'ere need be no fear of sunburn if you protect your skin with Alpine Snow. -This d...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WATER NEEDED Farmers May Sell Stock [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

WATER NEEDED; Fanners May Sell Stock So apprehensive are farmers -near Coweil -on- -the west -coast- thtt a .shortage. o£ waters-ill. force. them to sell their stock.' that :thev. came to town yesterday to see tne . authorities about it.' '. '.* ' Tho Jlinister.eoncerned (Hoi.'M; Mcln tpshKwa% out of- the city, so .toe Hydrau lic Engineer. (Mr. H. E. Bellamy) saw them in his absence. ? The' visitors, who \ ere. introduced by. the 'members 'for the district- (the Hon. G. Bitchie, M.L.C., and Mk Moseley, M.P.) included Messrs. W. J.' Franklin- CMttchelville) and G. P. Steb bing, who- crew- attention to the depletion of .the supply, in the Yeldulknie Reservoir, and . asked that the department., should pump from, different wells in- the locality in an endeavour to keep ' the . mains at least partly supplied. Position Realized. The Hydraulic Engineer said his de partment had the situation well in hand. A connection had been made with tha Tod River mains' at Taragoro Siding, 'and to assis...

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DEATH OF CONSTABLE Car Crash Sequel Jockey Committed for Trial [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

m^0^m^fm: ?;- RobjBrt ?Johri Henry AWrldie, .'jockey, of .dtentlf/wn committed -for trial jfoiie CoroneVt* jSoarftinr ? ? Friday, on,;* ehirwioCthe man? i slaoihttr of P.c, .cyrii FWtcner. ??- . Clayton, on: Wert rttrraoe,' on'. j.'Chrljtmas nijht ' '-. ? '?. ? . ^Clayton} ;-\djo-livci' at' -Flindew ? street, Kent'icfwn; was'faUHy injured. in (i.col lirion with a motor car on West terrace, on' December. 25. Aldridge, who was charged in Adelaide Police Court on December , 26 ? with the murder. of Clayton and remanded on bail, .was present in Court, The Assistant Cibr Coroner (Mr; C. L. Mathews) said there was evidence of culp able negligence on the part of Aldridge. Aldridge, :who reserved his defence, was granted bail. Mr. C. L. Pickering, of the Crown Law Department, appeared for the Crown, and Mr. Irvine. D. Wald represented '- Ald ridge. . ? ' . ?.,-?* -.- ; P.C.C. Kennedy gave evidence of identi fication' C' ?????; , - _ : '-,''? 'Loud, Roaring Nobe' Edward Frederick Spiers, pol...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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COMMERCIAL CABLES CALL MONEY RENEWALS NEW YORK January 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

COMERCIAL CABLES CALL I MOW 'RENEWALS/ . 1 '?*? ' ' 'Mliw/'VlSpK .Ta'niianr*3.' ' Tbfe New .York market, for calT/taoney renewals opened at 10 : per.' cent./- which rife lyas also tfie highest :for the day. The lowest -was 7'per'cent;;'it which i&e the market 'cKwed.;'-1 . '- ???;:... V, ' .WltEATAi^), FLOUR./', 'Chicago ' ^ptionsi-rrUorch, : 1131 cents U/9 11-16) -per bushel; May, U8J cents [VII 1-16); 'July, llSl cents -Wil 11-16). ? ''??' ;* ' ' ' . I.DNlipK'.'January-' 3. ?N Cargoes are' quiet and Tsjices- ffichanged to 3d; down. Parcels 'closed 3d.1- easier. Xiverpool' futures:— March? -8/11! -P^r cental;- May; 9/1; July; '9/3.--:8pot trade ib, lull; ?'and quotations are easief; Australian, S- ship,; W.'i Flopr-. is quiet; Australian, ex store', 36/6.- ?'-?'.' , ..:.:: ; ;.-''. ..'BRADFORD TOPS. . . '-.The Bradford tops 'market, is quietly Snn, and fluotationa are unchanged.' More interest . is -shown , in ; low . quality cross brea»: .'??'. '-.',.'? - '. ?-.-?'?? I''!'...

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AUSTRALIAN MARKETS SYDNEY Friday [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

AUSTRALIAN MARKETS KVTIVFV X*rM.^ Honey. — Choicest, (id.; good, Sd. to. 5jd.; medium. 4d. to 4 }4: dirk, 3d. ft. Eggs. — N'ew-lald, nice graded lot*, 1/6; medium, 1/1; pullets, lOd;;* northern rirert. south roast &ud railxray ronsigntnentR, 1/1. lluck. — New-laid, 1/2 to 1/4 (According* to Disc dozen). Lucemc Hay.— Hunter River new gwn, to £7. ' Straw. — Tafminian dcrrick-pre».Pd wlieateii and eaten, £.-, 15/ to £« ton. Oats. — Tasma:ilan uhite 4/8.16 4'10;' Alnrhn,' 4)6 to 4/0 buslieU Peas. — Tasmanian blue, to '10/ff; (trey, to 8/a bushel.. Potato^ — Tannanian old browncll. and new. nisraarcluv f20. ' . Swedes.— Tasmanian, f8.ton. Onions. — Victorian new globes, £11 ton. ' Wheat. — Eulcr und(Ttonc; growers' ' bag ged lots, 4/7: « trucks Sydney, cculvalent, 1/8: country stations; parcels, 1/7] trucks Sydney; rompt., delivery, 4/8;' forward dtlivery,. hulk rlieat, -4^ 6 };' prompt, 4/7.iorw»rd, Sovorriment securiUes.- -: ? £02,637,000 £87,297,000); other securities, £64,708...

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MINING NOTES NORTH MOUNT FARRELL [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

i MWiNfi NOTES iNOflTH MOUNT FAHRELL Import for fortnight ended December 19: — dotation Plant Treatment.— Tailings— Mil], 838 oni;. slime,, 374. tons; dump, 1,120 tons; total, -,8S2 ton*. Crude ore treated, 438- tons. Mar ketable! ore produced, firsts, 40 tons; Jiffs. 59 ipnsj lead, concentrates, 75. tons; tottl, 174 tank.. .- .Flotation Plant. — Had '.several miuoi itoppages,' also lost nine ?hours, through : main aSMflroublR. '. .. Uine.— No.-' 6 IiereU-DririBs; Did rf»lna- 'on small make of ore; does not look rery - promlilnfT. No. 7 Level.-r-Stqping on Iqde.B it. vide, carrying 'good milling: ore. No. J-LereL-J-Drivioif N. on lode channel for rtope lUlng; no metal showing, fto. 9 Lerel. — Drive -!. from intersection to 91 ft. Lode 4 ft. wide. Fair, milling ore.. .This drive temporarily stop ped for timbering up.' Hise to 78 ft. Lode 5 ft wide,; carrying 4 ft; of good milling ore, ind .1 ft, ot firsts. Stopes at S. end show roia 3. to 8 It. of good mining ore and firsts. Mine .cl...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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"GAME OF BANKER" Played at Volunteers' Bureau. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

^GAAiE OF BANKER' Played at Volunteers' Bureau. ..There.ivoa a large crowdof the regular waterside workers gathered outside the Port. Adelaide Police Court on Friday horning, 'waiting to gain admittance,- but wnen. tne doors were opened, only iidouc 30 men were admitted to the buck of the Court: ' The attraction was the appear ance -of ? 10 volunteer -wharf- workers, charged with breaches of the Lottery and Gaining Act. ' '.'.'. . ; Gordon Marks, Leonard Hugh Gold spihk, -Alexander' R. 'N.' Hann, Jacob Roach, William H. Hooper,- Arthur James Coventry, Cyril F. Wake'field, and Cliarlea Edwa'rd Harrison appeared before Mr. O. W. Halcombe, S.M., charged on the. infor- mation: of ? Inspector J. E. Noblet, with having been present at an unlawful game, known as 'banker,' which was played at the .Voluriteers'. pick-up- depot, at ' l'ert Adelaide, on January 2. They pleaded giiiltyi . . . ? ? Inspector Noblet said the' game was played^ 'n a shed, nt the Volunteers' picking-up place, known r...

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MAKING CITIZENS England in Palestine LONDON. January 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

MAKING CITIZENS England in Palestine LONDON. 'January 3. 'Education in .Palestine ' was- tne, sud jeot of a lecture delivered before the Anglo-Palestinian Club last night by Mr. TTrimnlirev Bowman. Director of Educa tion under the Palestine Government. Mr. Bowman said that' when the. country was part of the Turkish Empire there was no national ? system of education in Palestine. It was not until 1013 that the .Turks made any attempt to form one, and the war' stopped any development oV it. The language in the' schools at that time' was -Turkish, which was a foreign language to the children, and there was no, school in which Ifebrew .was the medium of instruction. -, . :' '' ' In 1914 the -Zionist organization took over control of the Jewish schools, and very 'soon 'there 'were 40 schools 'in which Hebrew 'was the language 'of instruction.) In 1020 'the' new British .'executive took over, the former Turkish, schools, and left 'the Zionist organization ,to look after the Jewish schools...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
COUNTRY NEWS AMERICAN RIVER, K.I. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

COUNIRY NEWS AMERICAN RIVER, K.I. ?Januiry 1.— A conctrt ano-oamie were, held in the institute hall on Saturday evening. .The nj& ^K' nde- Wooller, Hilda aSnmout L A.B., Will Mortimtr. and Ken Spencer.1 ? ? - BARMERA. Jimary 1.— At the last meeUng of the dis trict council the matter of draining take Boh nej- nt brought forward. If was stated that with the loss through ^pumpine and erapora uon, there .was an ever-increasing- quantity of wilds being stored up in the' lake. This. wa. deplored, because it was necessary to again use the. lake. -water, lor pumping on to .the blocks jor irrigation purposes. It mu thought that the prevslence of weed noticeable at certain seasons would be combated by clearing out the *ta tionsry water and freshening up the lake bed with river voter. It was suggested that the irrigation Communion should be asked' t» con uder.the advisableness of doinir this alter the present irrigition season. It is expected (hit Ihe lake will be used for at least two...

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

:^MM:5if(OTkjES'V'. ^ ;Oveneis and special msils will close at the General ?Port Office. Adelaide, aa shown Defe nder:— \ _ ? . '.- i 'OTITED JONODOM, CONTINENT, EOYPT, KDIA,- 6IKGAPOHE (Onrna), du» London. Feb ruary '9.— Parcel»r-Wedne*day, January 8 — 1 ?.m... Money Order* — Wcdscsday, Jsnuarj- 9 — 4 ?.m. ' . Nempipera and PickeU— Wednesday, January, g— 6 p.m. Letters and Commercial Packets— .Tlnirsdiy, . January 10 — 10.80 a.m. (late fee', J 2 noon). Supplementary, via Fre maatle. — Rrglrtertd Letters — Thundiy, January 10— fl p.m. . Letters. and Commercial Piper*— Frld*y,' January 11—8.30 a.m. (late fee, Ade laide -Railway Station, 9.45 a.m.). -UNITED -KINGDOM (Hobsont Bay), dot This , day— 12 noon. . Newspapers (all «*i). — this day — 12 noon. Late* Mails to United Kingdom— Latest closing late*: — Via Suez (Narkunda). — Friday, January IS' (due London February 16). Via Suez (Oster ey).— Friday, January 25 (due London February 23). Via Suez, (ptthay).— Friday, February 1 [dueioo...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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SHIPPING AND MAILS [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

From Calcutta ? and . Singapore, the Bri tish India steamer Naringa is booked to arrive at Port Adelaide next Thursday, to .discharge a quantity of. gunnies and enerai cargo. Quer«m wine w. !.**»? agency of McDonald, Hamilton; & .Co.' To the agency of Elder, Smith, & .Cq., Limited, the Federal Navigation steamer Leitrim is expected next Thursday. She will discharge -a quantity of . general So. ? .? . - . - . ? . ? : ' ' oward Smitb, Limited, advise thatfthe motor ship. Innesmoor sailed from. Seattle on December 26, with general .cargo and. timber. She-ii booked, to, arrive at Ade laide on February 11. . ; . ? ..'.'-.' Bringing general .cargo from ?Melbourne, the Adelaide Steamship - ' Company's steamer Kapara- will- arrive .at. Port' Ade- laide on. Monday. . . ? With general cargo. frotn-Liverp-(pl,. the motor, ship Durenda is expected -at Port Adelaide on January 17. She. will dis charge to the agency of Elder, Smith, and Co., Limited. .-???' --.-.?- To ? load barle...

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

OBITUARY Mrs. Elizabeth Broad passed away at the residence of her husband, Mr. J. J. Broad, organ builder, Ryan street, Moonta, on December 31, at the age of 74 years. Born in Adelaide, she had re- sided at Moonta on two occasions cover- ing 12 years. Some years ago she was an active worker in All Saints' Church, Moonta. In addition to the widower, three sons and two daughters survive, viz., Messrs. Alfred Scott Broad (Mel- bourne), Edwin James Broad (Adelaide), Hugh M. Broad (Cooke, East-West line), Mrs. D. Macfarlane (Sydney), and Mrs. G. Cawthorne (Adelaide).    

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PAN-PACIFIC SECRETARIAT Comment by Mr. T. P. Howard A "Nominal" Affiliation [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

PAN-PACIFIC SECRETARIAT Comment by Mr. T. P. Howard A "Nominal" Affiliation According to Mr. T. P. Howard,   the A.C.T.U. affiliation with the Pan-Pacific Secretariat is only "nominal."       The article appearing in today's issue of The Register headed 'Pan-Pacific Secre- tariat' is not in conformity with fact," declared the secretary of the United   Trades and Labour Council of South Aus- tralia (Mr. T. P. Howard) yesterday. "The Pan-Pacific affiliation by the           A.C.T.U. has been popular among the unions," he added. "It should be clearly understood, however, as I have repeatedly pointed out, that the affiliation is a   'nominal' one, solely for assisting nations in the Pacific to prevent war in the Pacific by the co-operation of the workers of the various nations bordering upon the Pacific.     &nbs...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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Railway Refreshment Rooms [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

Railwav Refreshment Rooms Sir— The Premier stated in The Register on Friday that the Adelaide railway re- freshment rooms had a licence to sell wines, but that the question of a licence- to sell other liquors concerned the Licens ing Court. May I point out to Mr. Butler, who appears to champion Government enterprise against private enterprise, that I have a flask of whisky, the label of which reads— 'Scotch whisky. Bottled by South Australian RaiIways." What is the explanation?— I am, Sir, &c.,     "HALF-RUINED."       [We are informed that thewhisky re ferred to is not on sale at the railway   station.— Ed.]                  

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A PARASITE ZOO Science Fights Pests. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

A PARASITE ZOO Science Fights Pests. Walter Elliot, chairman of the Research Grants' Committee, Empire Marketing Board, writes to The Times:— The labora- torv for breeding beneficial parasites, es- tablished by the Empire. Marketing Board and under thetcontrol of the Imperial Bureau of Entomology, has now been actively at work for rather more than a year. Before it was opened the Imperial Conference of 1926 laid emphasis on the importance of having such work carried out, and in its very early stages the Im- perial Agricultural Research Conference   referred to it with approval. When the opening of this laboratory was first an- nounced you published an article dealing with its general purposes, and your readers may be interested to hear some of the specific steps that have been taken, as it represents now the largest scale applica- tion in the world of the principle of bio- logical control of insect pests. Consign- ments of insects have already been sent out in response ...

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

' BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND V DEATHS. SPECIAL NOTICE. . Annooncenienti ' of Birtbi, Marriages, Deithi, In Memorlam Kotlctt. and .Bereavenent Cards, not eiccedlnj five lines, are inserted in The Register and The Obsenrer for the si'nele charge of Half ji. Crown for each insertion; extra lines 6d. each. Minlmnm charge, 2/ 8. The name and address of the sender must In all cases be given. Death 'Advertisements,, in which a Funeral Announcement is made, arc charged for as it the Death and Funeral were separate announce ments, viz., a minimum charge of 2/6 in each cue. In Memorlam and Death Announcements con tainimr reference to more than one deceased are charged 2/O each for each deceased mentioned, as if they were distinct and separate announce ments. BIRTHS. ANDERSON (nee V. P. Christie).— On the 4th January, at Bose Park Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. C R. Anderson, 'Glen Bank,' Morphett Vale — twin sons. All well. No visi tors for ' five days. BAIN (nee Hazel King).— On the 17th Dece...

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