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THE WONDERGRAPH. Jannings in "The Street of Sin". [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

THE WONDERGRAPH. Jamdnfs in 'The Street of Sin.' Emil Jannings has a striking part in 'The Street of Sin.'- the Paramount pro luction screened 'at the Woodergraph on Saturday. His powers of character act ng, his curious blend of humour and ferocity, are all called oat to the full in' lis presentation of the great, hulking un lerworld bully in this film. The scene is aid in one of the slums- of London, lown Limehouse way. ' Here is i glimpse of squalid streets, a mother car rying her. baby to an old hag to.be taken :aro of while, she works, and a Salvation \rmy lassie and Mr. Smith, another array n-orker, passing one scene of poverty and .hiftleBsness . after another. They ar» nrarned by a policeman not to enter a public houses-frequented by roughs, but persist. Elizabeth is surrounded by ' a leering crowd, one man snatches her bon not from her head, others make fun of little Air. Smith and his bundle of 'War -ies. A gang of burglars, disturbed by the uproar, come in from another roo...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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MILKMAN KILLED PERTH, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

MILKMAN KILLED PERTH. Sunday' While delivering milk in South Perth at 3 a.m. yesterday, Oliver Joseph Cantwell (22), of Queens' Park;, was knocked down and fatally injured by a motorcar driven   by Victor Lorraine Francis, of Morowa. Cantwell stepped from behind his truck which was on the wrong side of the road, as Francis was passing. CAR 200 FT. DOWK A GULLi ., Breaking through a fence on ., the Mtunt Bartttr read about half way betwaon the MMntaln Hut : and the EaglMn-thf-rdn Hate), a motor car tarawad aboat 300 ft. ,, dawn the stata dadlvity awry on Suna'»y morning. It came to rest . In a detf dlteh Into whleh K now -.. dived, jind was completely wrecked. . Thetar had evidently bwn tr« .- veiling down the hills, as it Hit ' v. the western fence. As nobody j. .stems -*o have witnmed the accl «^'d«it^and the oecapants of. the ?'?' vthlele could not 'ba located, no :. f&rthtr particulars are at present ; ' available; but It appears that those 1 Ib' the ear mast...

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MOTORING CATASTROPHES SEVERAL PEOPLE KILLED: MANY INJURED BLUE MOUNTAIN TOURIST SMASH [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

lOtfflire ^TtSflfOfHfS' SEVERAL PEOPLE KILLED: MANY INJURE -?- .-Although South Australia was. tre# from any serious aMsldcnV In tho . usual weekend list of motoring mishaps, a'-ttrlts of shocking tniWIi* ' occurred In .the eastern States. Two smashes /In NeW Soutn Wales ai ; cQunted for four deaths and injuries to 19 people, and Mvm-'ptnohs were Injured In a crash In, Victoria. -; '?- ?- ? . v.,«. . Sl'DSEY; Sunday, i ? Se«ral' visitors from ? Queensland van/1 Victoria 'were atoong-the victims bf'a shocking tragedy- on the -Blue -MounUSni road .on Saturday.. Tw6-person»^ /ioelifoV ing one young. lady- from Melbourne, 'wete idlled,. and. a .number. 'of other paesengeri injured,' when a tourist bus, ''returnlng'tb the city from .the Jenolan Caves, struck' i- telegraph post' near the;.'L»w*m Railway Station. Those involved in the accident ?were:— '. . ?' KILLED /. ? ?'??--. '^ Miss IsOlMl MeFadyen, The Crescent, M05. 'man. ' '''? . [ .. ' . '. ' .*??';. Miss Annie Christina Halo, Smit...

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MOTOR CAR'S SOMERSAULT Seven People Injured MELBOURNE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

-MOTOR CAU'S SOMERSAULT Seven People Injured . : -4'r,'iiELBOURkE. Sundar. -Seven - persons, .including two children, %efe' injured' when' a- motor car; this morn inj, skidded on a-hill near WalUn, crashed throuih a. fence, arid turned a. comcletfe somertauH. ( A .back tyre blew out. The injured are:— . ' EGBERT JENKINSON. (32),, of South ....?Melbourne; severe injury to shoulder, .-? shock, and abrasions. '- MB8. iL&BEL'JENKINSON (32), his ? jwife; frictured- skull. .-, , ?? ?KEITH JENKIXBON, «ged two, their son; .severe shock. ' VALSiA- JENKINSON, aged six, then daughter; shock and abrasions. ? HISS KATE DOWI/IXQ, aged 32, of South Melbourne; severe head injuriese. - JlMfiS fiALL. aged 34, of South' Mel- bourne; fractured skull. 3088 M. DOWLma 24); severe head in ihjnries.- f--- .?'?'. . . . , . . Bobert Jenkiwon was driving the car, .which entered a soft patch beside the road descending a steep hUl about a mile from Wallan. A back tyre blew out, and the car crashed throug...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

SfflPPING. e ? r ? — ? : — r ORIENT LINE. . ROTAL HAIL 6TEAMEB3 TO LONDON. .Calling it COLOMBO. SUEZ, PORT SAID. V. NAPLES. TOULON. GIBRALTAR, and ? BODTHAMPTON. Stfma, Tana. Commander. Sails. ?ORAMA 20,000 C. 0 Matheson Jan. tO ?OSTERLEi IJ.1S9 H J. Eaiwo Jan. 24 ..?OR80VA 12,041 O. 0. Thome Fen. 7 OBVIETO ? 12.133 F. B. O'aaUetan Feb. 21 OTEANTO 20,000 O. C. Staunton Uar. 7. ftBMONDE 14,853 U V. Jamea Mar. 21 ?* Calling at Plymouth instead of Southampton. FABES. — Adelaida to London — Saloon, linsle. tram £98; return, from £168. Third .Clzsi. ?Ins-It, £38. £40. £44; retnrn, £88. lit. tig. HOLIDAY EXCUBSION TO COLOMBO.— £61 fttum. Available for 86 days, and interchuEe iblo irith P. & 0. all Co. ' M. Q. ANDERSON ft CO., Afenta, 8 Sing William street. . -. Telephone 3175 and 3176. 4o f- P. A Q. BOTAL UAIL STEAMER8. To LONDON via COLOUBO, ' ZOTPT, UABTOTrtpg ,nd PLYMOUTH. AltanaU Calls it ADEN, POST SUDAN. and'GIBBALTAB. . ' First and Second Saloon Passengers. ? V Steamers, To...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

2 ? ,. .;;. ; AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. ? STILL BOOMING- S Majestic ft! 7TH BIG WEEK \Vjl theatre. \ffj ! . '? - Chairman of Director! ...Sir Benjamin Fuller. .,,..; of -the F»mon«^ii8;lish. ' Hamcing nfrwlan .. Bert t-onnon. John Fuller. UITMMIDCV DICUAD TWICE DAILY- 'EVERY' DAY. nUlTlrilKLI DljUUl Bring the Children to the MaHnee. , ,L:. '.'.'-, mmi/iir they- can see it for Sixpence. ???''?-'??'?'? ? MIlVIl nl ? Universally conceded to be' the -best ever. lllUljllrrlLl And *?» reigning success of t!ie_ city. . .'.. UIUUIVIUI - souETHIKO 'OCT-»P THE ORDDUEY. . COMEDY COMPANY. JM '.!] :;jfcriESTOR THE MULTITUDE. i — - ^«mJ It ' -''?U^*'^'^^?||1 ' il? ' ?-' ? ?? '' * ^fik^i)))))))))))sHB4a ' -~ i'^^SC ~~: Z: ?'-*''** i / ' **&. * *^H§g^iggggTP*j^LggggVi$%-*$^: * ?* '?? Children Half price Ea'u-ilay and Holi- t-*' lM»^\^^Mfesil|g : '-' . Plan 'at Allan a till 6 pm, later at Candj ' WWr 18881111 Store, comer King William and Bindley streets. HdKf . / 'Jw§HNi£l£s l'f Phone -C.5739...

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SALVATION ARMY NEW CLEAVAGE LIKELY British System Unsuitable [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

SALVATION ARMY NEW CLEAVAGE LIKELY ?v. British System Unsuitable Owing to- the belief of oversea officers of the Sal- ? vation Army that its purely British character is unsuitable, a breakaway is threatened. LONDON, January 5. Surprises continue to occur in the Sal vation Army crisis'. ' The Daily Express understands .that General ? Booth is planning a dra matie appearance in person before tho High Council of the Army, but his de cision naturally, depends on the state of his health. It is felt that a journey to Southwold would be a great strain; but his - wife ? and^ daughter, who ' are at the head of the group of officials supporting him, have arranged for his comfortable transport by motor car. ? General Booth is not a member of the High Council, so it will be impossible for him to be present in the conference ball. Nevertheless he has a suite of rooms in Sunbury Court, where. the council as sembles. He believes that his presence in the building would exert a '.powerful influence ...

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PLAN TO TURN KENSINGTON GARDENS INTO GOLF LINKS RESIDENTS WANT POPULAR RESORT RETAINED FOR PUBLIC [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

PLAN TO TURN KENSINGTON GARDENS INTO GOLF LINKS RESIDENTS WANT POPULAR RESORT , RETAINED FOR PUBUC --? :,Ther&is great controversy dmonQ the residents of Ken 'singtotC Gardens regarding a*proposal 46- convtrt the beauti- - fttVgardens owned- by the Municipal Tramways Tnist into g6lfiink8. This, in the opinion of many residents, would be calamity. ' ^'-'. ^ The, garden, proved a popular resort for private picnic parties. There are 18 asphalt tennis courts, some of which are rented to societies and church clubs; cricket pitches; and a fine band stand, where leadins city and suburban bands play on Sunday nights during the summer before very large audiences. On public holidays the gardens are crowded with picnickers from Sunday schools and other societies. Should the golf links scheme be approved, hundreds of beautiful trees, including majestic gums, will have to be sacrificed. The public will then no longer be able to walk through the cool and shady gardens to their homes, and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

? 16 'v'-/^ :???? AUCTIONS. - ^- A. W. SANDFORD '& CO:, . «? .' LIMITED^ ? -. . ;V ;- ? GRENFELL STREET. . ' PRODUCE SALES, Tuesdsys and Thursdays, ';' ? at. II tin.- ;? POULTRY BALES, Tuesdays,' Thursdays, and- ? ' Fridays, at' 12.30 p.m.- . '.-;. . ? ???.(? . ? 360c;' - ? CRYSTAL BROOK MARKET. -' ;; £875 .^3875 ' ?'.-?? ^^;piTTLE.;35V;:; ? ? PIGB.' POULTRY. IMPLEMENTS, AND * '. SUNDRIES*'. ? '. ? -?.-??. WEDNESDAY,' January 9, at .1.30 p.nv-' . elder; smith, &r cg., . , .LIMITED, ' '- ? will offer by auction above — / ' 100 Fat Wethers (direct off trucks from north east). 100 Fat to Prime Wethers (spen . . did skins), 200 Fat Wethers (band shorn), 200 Fat Ewes (good- skins).. 100 Fa! Ewes. 25 Fat Lambs, 400 Wether. (1) . ' yean, very early shorn, straight line), 650 .Wethers. (!?»' years, Drennan's -breeding, well Blown, nice line, one mark). 300 -Em Lambs ' (one- mark), 300' Wetter ; Lambs (splendid condition, veil grown, direct {ram £.11. Davidson), 300 Lambs (di...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

TO THE ENGLISH XI ON THEIR SPLENDID WIN their heattb jJ in G1LBEYS DRYGIN ^ our ;.twj*u wu« : Sew* JHK. ; — -TaKe Tills WwnNiglF^^^ * KIDKEVTWJUBLEISCRIPPLIHfiYOl) j THIS 13 YOUR ROAD BACK TO HEALTH i TiresVamt with c— start Pain! and then to drag thraogH honsehold 4 BackbraaUss,Haa«Iilwpia«Msi duties a tortare, nuking yoc at UmJ fc...i..k. mm,, v. tk. ntsmt-time a nerroM; ?wreck, nad 4 Mttara awlj tm wtM. TW eran ^toa by the safe, simple i«snedy - msMtctwcube tsU'mtvs 'DaWitfs,' which -any ekatktia ^ ?at.h KiiiisyTwrth.Tfc.faai. yflwdktefateMatwlyywwWu U, t*ai k aaU a sis-Da Wkt's 1 UIMU| mmm TW K^a(alss*V M^d siakaUer Pflarf - ^**^^^^^^^TT^^^™ 4 It doeanot matter bow long yon TO KIFBTP WTmUB - haTesnflered«ewliatiwsjed»eshmT« ? . ~__k_ '] oH.w^H-famoosrwiedy-D.WUt'a ' F*r thru ym* I irtered very ' Kidacy aad Bladder Kits. .Take j^y fmn %£,« TroviU. I - two at night then one befare meals. . toat in etnttant pom emd tmd , In twenty-four hoars you will see all torts efremtdmt tehitk ...

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CANADIAN TRADE Decrease. With Australia OTTAWA. January 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

CANADIAN! TRADE * Decrease. With Australia; . ??».. - -nTT-AWvV. .TannaTV -3. ! 'ilhteeiorifonrfeatureB of ? Canada's trade' ( during, the year ended November 30, 1828, » are'-of- particular 'interest ' to 'the -Pacific Coast; where efforts are being made by the dominion authorities to enlarge the facilities, for foreign commer«e. . . From Vancouver the exports for the yeir increased to £2,425,000, and the im ports by more than £2,500,000. The trade with' Australia fellloff greatly,- im- ports dropping by £600,000, to a total of £888,000, and eiports dropped by about £200,000, to a total of £3200,000. Imports from New Zealand increased by £600,000; more than 60 per cent. Ex po'Us 'increased by more than £400,000. ,

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LICENSED VICTUALLERS' WEIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

LICENSED VICTUALLERS' WEIOHTS Run Saturday, January 12. TRIAL STAKES HANDICAP Six and a half furlong* . - it.tt. . rt. ft. Eutrarnla ... 9 0 Serein Star . . 7 S Pistol Fine , ;',8 '8 : Areheson V v ..75 Sceutum .... 8 4 Clarolons .... 7 5 Luckworth . . . 8 3 ; Filllpeen . . . . 7 S Tuian . .' .. . 8 1 -. Grecian -Firt, . 7 C Diplomacy . .'. 8 0 Princen Fly. Olengarrifl any .... 7 5 ' (imp.) ... . 8 0 Koyal Dennis . . 7. S Seal Next ... 713 F.uchat ..... 7 4 Stirmilsnt . . 7 13 Fine Edje.. . . 7 * Bengal Lanctr . 7 11 MinUro ? 7 * I-os Anton ...' 7 12' FalIJnC:Star . . 7 S Queen Aidea . 7' 11 Speed Craze . . 7 S Burnt Image . . 7 10 Dasher Dean , . 7 S Delphinui . . . 7 10 ; Frond ..... 7 S fillol'i Day .'7 10 Orixa ... . . . 7 2 Some Sail ... 7 10-Bcrutineer ....71 BTrii ..... 7 9 Two Lad* ... 7 3 Mlnnri ... 7 9 Chateau Boy . . 7 1 Royal Luck ..79 .Insult . ... 7 1 Sain«yLady.. 7 9 Lexington Laas 7 1 Se,ert (-VZ.) . '? 9 Mlai Ann . . ..7 1 St Brook ... 7 V Alice Anton . '. 7 J UatUh...

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RACING NOTES. TO BE SPELLED. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

RAGINGfiMpS, . Bv Tusmore. rO BE. SPELLED. Killara was unable to be produced in the New Year's Gift at Morphettville on Sat urday, having' knocked himself, and. the Magpie gelding will.be blistered and turned ou'tfor a spell. ,. ;,??-.. ....? RETURNING HOME; -? ? S. W. Biggins's horses Kentle and Trans lator will probably be sent back to Mel bourno on Tuesday. ? CURRENT TOPICS. ' J. M. Cummings . has . again placed the two-year-old Aliieri in work at Morphett ville. The youngster, which is .looking well, ran several promising races early iu the season. ? . Pamphleteer -was withdrawn from the Hehnsdale Welter at Morphettville on Sat urday as he showed signs of slight lame ness, and. I Reid, would not risk running the Kenilworth horse. DISTANCE OF RACE. In reference to a statement that the Trial Welter Handicap, at the Aspendale Park Racing Club's recent meeting, had been run over a distance of seven end a half furlongs, instead of the advertised dis tance of seven furlongs, the honor...

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SUCCESSFUL AUSTRALIAN BREEDER Mr. C.H. Brien's Death SYDNEY Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

successful, -australian ? breeder: MrT X; HTBrico's Deirth SYDNEYfi Sunday. Follow ins a short illness, the death oc curred -to-day of .Mr. C. H. Brien, part owner of the Kingsfield Stud, Aberdeen. Although only 31 years of age. Mr. Brien, nuu «» euuuaiea m me- JUDgB ocnooi, was well known in Australian sporting circles. His father, Mr. J. E. Brien, founded' the Kingsfield Stud, but in late rears much of the management of it fell to the- son. As a result o£ judicious selection of horses, several being imported from England, a number of the best gah lopers of the Australian turf were bred it Kingsfield. With his father, Mr. Brien also raced many horses. Their most out standing stake-earner in recent years was Rampion. Pantheon, which was purchased in England, did remarkably well on Aus tralian courses, and is now located at Kingsfield. Mr. C. H. Brien did much to bring the- thoroughbred breeding interest tp its present hjgh standard, and after bernkloof finished fourth in the last En...

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THE SOCIAL ROUND HERE AND THERE [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

HERE AND^THERE Mrs. Ban Malcom has taken 'Alexan- dria,' Victor Harbour for the college holi days. ?-. -%;?:., ' LadV Newlanrl wili-oneri tlie^Chnrell'of England fete to be held in the institute hall. Victor Harbour, on January' 9. ; Mr. and Mrs. Latter have' returned' to Belnir after spending the.-. Christinas holi days at Inman Valley. ? ' '-ri ' '?Mrs. Burton is staying .'at' Victor,' Har- bour. She leaves for England in March. Dr. A. A. Smith has returned to Clare after a three-months trip to 'Japan. ' i Among the passengers on the Euripides', which arrived at the Outer 'Harbour on Saturday, were Mr. M. and Miss V. Finkel stein, who left Adelaide 12 months ago on an overseas visit. 'Guests at Tsalta, Port Elliot:— Mr. and Mrs; W. Hutton arid children, *Mr-: and 'Mrs/ 'A. Norton. Mr. and- Mrs.' -J; K. Nicholls; Miss Mary Nichblls;' Mr; ? and Mrs:, H. D. Stephens. ?MissiC:rSpeers', Miss E. Speers, Miss ;W.,Neild; Mrs.' J. S- Stewart, Miss 'Elsie, Stewart, .Mrs. 'S. L. J.Newland an...

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COUNTRY GAIETIES. CHANDADA [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

COUNTOY GAIETIES. CHANDADA January 3. — The annual sports meeting al Chandada on -New. Year's Day was in ,ev«y respect equal to its predecessors. Bjr mid-dajr there were about 100 cats at the ground, and good programme of athletic events -was /inter- sperstd- wtlh several horse events. In jumping contest A. Broad' ha'd a nasty fall. His horse and another were required to complete the course a second time,, and at the second jump the horse made a bad fault, threw the. rider, and fell itself, rolling on the riderv- First aid was rendered, 'and after a quarter' of an hom Mr. Broad was able to walk to a car. By even ing he was thoroughly recovered. . The stalls did good business, and the .crowd was happy and orderly.. This year the dub had a publican's .booth ou the ground. Officials:— ^Chairman, Mr. \V. E. Smart; sec retary,. Mr. John Mudge; judges, Messrs. J. Horgan and H. Peter; handicapped, Messrs. W. Higgins, II. J. Tomnev,' and J. s. Anderson; starter, Mr. U. H. Voumard; committee...

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AUSTRALIAN WINE TRADE OUTLOOK Huge Stocks Banking up in London [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

AUSTRALIAN WINE TRADE Huge Stocks Banking op in London In view of the cr-nstantly re peated statements regarding the huge stocks - of . Australian wine, waitinff to lie ' disnoBed of in Lon don, the following letter, written to a large Adelaide wholesale firm 'from the manager of its London house, will- be 'found illu- '- minative'and interesting. The letter, dated. London; December 0, says: — . ;?'?-;? ' ~. - \- 'I have had. a chat with, one of the directors of a leading wine company here, to whoml; took', a sample' of the wini which you, jaent \oyer. It is fully, con-, finned thatv -tiui Vtvine is a very .good sample, and .true, to .its type; but;, nnforr; tunatelyVl'cannqt do' otherwise thai' con firm- my ;general: remarks in iny. letter of October li;.' and X- also endose'a '-;let£n', from the' company ' referred -to . above', which sets ;out their Iview of .thei posh tion. :I. ami told 1 that the; consumption of Australian - wine h«ui ' be . taken aa one million, .'gallons*;, p...

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Another Big Totalizator Decrease; New Year's Gift To Kentle SURPRISE DEFEAT OF KIDAIDES AT MORPHETTVILLE ADORADALE'S SMART SPRINT VICTORY PASS BY AND MUSICAL CONSISTENT AMBASSADOR'S RUNNING INVESTIGATED BY STEWARDS [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

Another Big Totalkator Decrease; Mew Year's Gift To Kentle SURPRISE DEFEAT OF KIDAIDES AT MORPHETTVILLE , ADORADALE'S SMART SPRINT VICTORY PASS BY AND MUSICAL CONSISTENT AMBASSADOR'S RUNNING INVESTIGATED BY STEWARDS Bv Tmtnore - There was another big shrinkage in totalizator investments at Mor phettvllfe on Saturday, when the S.A.J.C. concluded its New Year's fix ture, the aggregate for the afternoon being only £18,674 15/. The New Year's Gift, which provided the most exciting finish during the day, was won by the Victorian gelding Kentle, which on the opening afternoon of. the meeting, scored in the Jumpers' Flat. The defeat of Kldaides on Saturday was a blow to backers, who sent the Aides gelding out a short-priced favourite. - . The reversal of form shown by Ambassador In winning the Helmsdaie Welter compared with* his failure on Tuesday, was the subject of an enquiry by the stipendiary stewards, and after having taken some evidence the Investigation was adjourned until Wednesday...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

I ..:?-.-.,.'. ' . -. ????.:.. -'. ? 1 *¥* HE most wonderful buying opportunity of the Season continues at Miller Andersons To-day. The values ===t\ TwicdlBdrmiiisfr^ offered this .week completely outrdirt^^ Unnaralleled Bargains in * JF O / J protAnf hpfnrp Every single Costume, Frock, Coat, all Materials and Accessories are ) __£___ ? ouww in I Depaj^^^: ^ £fa «bavily reduced m prim 5//Ar qaic? Other Fabrics. ^ © jq? Exquisite Silk Croats ^ jv^m/ Fuji suk 1/9 ??:''- The remainder of our exclusive importations, that were , , / /hbi ^dMi *WL * Many Modish' Designs, all Miller Andersons' qualify, perfect in Style 29-in. ?uji Silk, [natural shade only, 2/6 for 1/9 , originally priced from £3 3/ to£7 7/. To clear, to-iay at ' /fflBfc ML. itfSfc -Wj Jz and fitting. Black, Navy, Beige, fashioned in Crepe de Ghene, Satin, ? .??y'**: ' - : . ' -.r. ' , . . ( ;? ^: .... V - ? -.'?. -.'?.' ??! .?????'.'..'.' '?' -' (ft ^8Mk HVE~W rv Givraine, Georgette, and other Weaves. Sizes S.W;, Women's,...

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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

15/11 Voile Frocks for '6/11. Ladies' Vests at 1/. 6/11 yard Dress Materials, for 1711. 1/11 yard Curtain Nets, for 7id. Ladies* Gloves at 1/. Ladies' Hats at 1/11 | ; ' *^VY'; : ' ' ' - ? - . DoorsOpenat UH I ] I \Wl i IW^Rk I I I ki I Ik J I ? V dffl^ Y A m H N^BV Doors Open at , End pf the Season Sale. Noted for Genuine Price Reductions. Splendid Savings. 13/6, 17/6 Yd., Crepe de Chines for - 6/6. ^ — — —? $ Dining Room' Suites to Clear. Tan^S^^^ Putty' '* 27/frFuji Frock, for 19/11. 19/11 Fuji Frocks, 15/11. 59/6 Silk Coats for 29/6. £63 10/ Dining Room Suite for £47 10/ 2/9^ard NataralTuji Silk for ? .'.... 1/11 A^ ft^^C 3TK JR^^lg *£,***%£ t&A^iS^yJS^Ja ~-n^S^ Beautiful Heivy Weave of Pure Silk, 3 diamond extra quality, very strong, newest Marl stripes and colours. Fittings stripes in one or more colourings. Small styles. Small -women's and women's for £47 10/. ' - ' 'with rich sheen, 29 inches wide. Usually 2/9 yard. To Clear at 1/11. . -S.W..W..0A Usually sold at 27/...

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