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SHARE MARKET BARNET GLASS STRONG Mount Lyells Active . [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
if^MWI: mem (iUss%sjrRo^ Mount Lyclls Active . 'Business was' resumed on' the Stock Exchange of Adelaide .on Monday, and after a quiet opening trading livened considerably as the ' day progressed. , Outstanding fea.-. - tures were the advance in Barnet Glass ordinary, the firmness of Bar-, . riers,. following the improvement in lead, and the free support accorded ? to Mount Lyell, which responded. to the lift in the price of copper. THE DAYS TRADE The course of ' the Adelaide market., is ipparent at a glance from the following atement of rises and falls, based on .tne losing sales, on Monday,' in comparison rith prices which ruled at the close of -usiness on December 21:— . ?. ? . RISES ? ? Commonwealth '5J per cent., 1931 ':.' 5/ 3ommonwealth 6 per cent./ TJecem- -' ber, 1930 ? :'. .'. .: .. '5/ Adelaide Electric preferred or'd.-.. 3d. 5.A. Gas .. ? .... - W. Vdelaide Steamship .. ........ 2d. Australian Distilleries ... .... - - 6d. Jarnet Glass ord ? 3/6 )unlop Rubber ord. .. .'....
PREMIERS' CONFERENCE All Meeting Will be Private CANBERRA. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
PREMIERS'* CON ;, ^FERENGE ^ : v ? j^BJ^etings WiU be Private CANBERRA. Mo'ndav. The Premiers of all States, except Wes tern Australia, will meet the Prime Mini* ter-(MrvS:'M. Bruce) » in conference ;to^ay..'^ '*?;?/?;? 'V -.'-'. :?' Aimeetibg of the Australian Loan Coun cil 'will take place on; Thursday, and sub sequently the discussion- of important questions, such as unification of railway gaugeSjlwill follow.' -;.:. . . .As -all' these meetings will be in private, iree «£ff*nnrestricted''debate is.-hoped for, 'With ['beneficial results. ?'?':?? ??'-./;-?; -
ASHES PRESENTED TO M.C.C. LONDON. January 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
ASHES PRESENTED TO ;v M.C.C: - LONDON. January. 6.. . ;TheiJaily .iiipress writes:— Telegrapn- ing.^from',:C6bhiam;.. the Dowager Lady Darnley has presented the ashes to the M.C.C.. Interviewed- yesterday, Lady Darnley laid it was the wish of her husband that ;he ashes should -eventually go to Lord's. Fhe urn containing, the: ashes is now in ;lie museum at Lord's Cricket Gronnd. The ashes are reputed' to be the remains -f the stumps which were burned after i test match in August, 1882. In that natch England had to. make ; '85 to win. U 2 for 51 an easy victory seemed assured, rat then W; G. -Grace was-'caught, and Spofforth-. and Boyle. dismissed the rest :amly, so that' the aide 'was all out for 7. The Sporting Times, in commenting on he match;' wrote the following, epitaph:— 'Sacred to the memory of . English Cricket, . ;? 'RTiich died at the Oval, ?' ??' ? ? ' :?? '-r August 29,1 H82.- ?''. V [Tie body will be cremated -and; the Ashes ' '- .' taken to Australia.' - ' In 1882-3 th...
AUSTRALIAN QUOTATIONS MELBOURNE Monday [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
AUSTRALIAN QUOTATIONS URi.nnrmNP- timntv CamBKmwetlto Bonds. — 5t (1V33), £101 IS/9, £101. £101-18/9; 5t (1985), £101 10/; 6} (1931). £100 17/6; 5i (1936). £101 10/: 6J (1941). £102 2/6; 6 (Dec.. 1930), £101 18/9, £101 17/8; E.S. tnd A. Bulk. £8 T2/8rGoldsbrou»h Mort, 81/3; Metropolitan flu, pref., flO 6/, £10 6/; Australian Dlt UUerie* y/1; Brlnds, 13/11; Amalgamated icture.,. 16/;. Barnet Glass. 80/, 80/6; B.H. 'roprietwy, -27V, 27/3, 27/i; Dunlop. 26/, 26/4}. 26/li;Electrolytic Zinc, 86/; do., pret; BS/9; Bertld, £5 4/«t Hume Pipe, 21/, 21/3; Jncoln Mills pref., 18/4;. Mlldura Grand, 8/; Myer. 40/; do., pret, 28/3; Rapaon Tyres pret, 18/; Solfe, 18/;. United Provijions, 29/6; Yellow Cabs, 18/3, 18/4, 18/; Yellow Carriers. tit. 6/3; North Mount Farrell, 5/; Sulphide Corporation, 18/3, 18/4, 18/2; Zinc Corpora tion, 48/ ; '.Mount Lyell, 41/, 41/8; Ratrut Basin, 18/8, 17/; Rangeng, 19/6, 19/; Tong kah Compound, 60/6; do. Harbour, 21/l6T; Kandl, £14; Rose Thistle, 2/6; Roma, £7, £6 1...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
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RECLUSE BURNT Moody and Eccentric [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
RECLUSE BURNT Moody and Eccentric Mrs. Sharp Firth, igO. 71; waj burned to death last month in. a- fire '.which destroyed her home, Shaw Beck House, on the outskirts of Yeadon. 'a villase between ueras ana viauey. .... -.,,-..?? Mra. Forth had lived . alone in th» 12-roomed stone villa since the, death; of ier husband three yearg ago, , and Ihe louse waa lighted by candles, four -being-' found on her dressing table. - '' ' .. : ' *. Mr. Firth was principal _of .Milner and Frith, shuttle makers, .Yeadon.. On bis death he left £41,000 to.hU.wife. The dead woman did not* employ any; servants. She -had ~no -pets, and- very'' few people visited her. A high wall sur rounded the house, and the gates were often locked. Mr. Tom Fenwick, an ex-policeman, who lives near, discovered the fire. He said.— 'I saw flames coming from the house and rushed through the gate and tried to break the glass window of the door, but the place was a furnace. I and other people were driven back by the flames. We...
A SAND MONARCH Making Empire in Sahara [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
X SAND MONARCH Making Empire in Sahara -xiocentno, exploits of Jacques Lebaudy —who-: 25 .yean, ago wanted to turn1 the great African desert into an Empire, an- who pnllod .himself tht, '1'mr.i.r,. «c O.. iara'T-were, as well as the tragic circum itances of his death, recalled itt the Paris Appeal. Court .recently. ? Lebaudy's former sweetheart and her laughter- were suing for possession of his stale in France, valued at over £800,000. lacaues Lebaudy was one of the sons )f the famous French 'Sugar King,' who left to Jacques about £1,500,000. Of a Most eccentric temperament, Jacques lived i life full of extravagant adventures. He risited.Afriea in 1902, and decided to treate an Empire- in the Sahara. Having armed his beautiful yacht with i -few machine guns, and having -hoisted us.-.'-pewonal flag,' .the i'Emperor of Sat jar a started for the African ioiit to con^ luct his 'Empire.' He waa accompanied by the . 'Empress,' a young Parisian ac tress known as Marguerite Doliere; and the...
DIVIDENDS AND CALLS [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
DIVIDENDS AND CALLS 7ht 'following diridend. hare 'been recom oended by th. directors, or finally approved by hareholders. The letter O. denotes date, on rhlch transfer books clow, nnles. otbenriM ptclBed:— ? ? Ulan's,- Limited, pr«t9d;, C.' Jan. 5. P. Jan. lustralian Banner Knitting; ord. and ' pref. at ? rat* 10 per cent p.a., P. Jan. 15,' 3.H. South, 1/, O. Jan. 17..P. Feb. 12. loward Smith, prei at rate 6 per cent p..., C. Jan. 8,' P. Jan. 9. luala Lompnr, 1/, O. Jan. 10, P. Jan. 19. - leid Bros,, ord. 6d., pret, and A pret tt rate 8 per cent p.t.. P. Jan. ». Sooth Kalgurlt, 1/, leu English income tax, at rate 1/8 In the £1, O. Jan. 3, P. Jin. 21. inlphlde Corporation, ord. 1/6, pref. 2/, both ? lea English income Ux, 2/9 in the £1, O. Dee. IS, P. Jan. 15. truth and. Sportsman, first pref. at rate t per cent PJ-, wcond pref. at rate 8 per cent pj., C. Jan. 10,' P, Jan. 18. / Union Bank, at rate. 16 per cent p.a., P. Jan. '80. :?-??'? . ? ? ? ? ? rellow Cab. (W.A.),,»t rate 7 per...
CHILDREN AND TREES Planting New Forests (Contributed) [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
CHILDREN AND TREES Planting New Forests (Contributedf ? The happp man, Carlyle SAid,' is he wh» has found his work and makes; it his life. More modern writers think that -the culti« vation of habits of industry does not bczin soon enougn. Boys and girls— generally those m the most fortunate circumstance! —are 'taught many things, including tha ways 'of playing' « jr&it- variety of game% until they are well- on -their 'way to man hood and womanhood.' ; Often' enough they are- not broken into the habits of industry 1 nor tare their'tnilids 'awakened to serious interests.- 'Sometimes they reach ages of from 10 to- 20 without '-having turned theisattentipn to ttsk» that may in\ohe their future happiness. .One re former would begin to inculcate indu* trious habits in a slight and pleasant way, during even the' years of infancy; ' The country, as well as the individual, it ia contended, would be all the better for it. The gopscl of work is being earnestly preached throughout Ameri...
Thanks to Firefighters. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
Thanks to Firefirfittrs. Sir— Through The Kegislerrl ?truh to cont vey -to the firefigbtei's the tbdnlu of the residenU of the Mount Pleasant neigh bourhood, who suffered lowes by .the fir« m Thursday— including . myself .* * loe ?eady and geieral response to jtbe Ball fot usistasce was really wonderful. ' / ? ? There, have been many fires in this dis trict in recent years, but I haveVnevy r biown an occasion when such a strong team of willing workers were so quickly w tction at a bush fire anywhere. They fought with great determination and often - it great risk of personal. injury! from the 9ames. There was a very welcome in Tease in the appliances, and but for the lid of these, the fire would havejfpread , pver a much larger area of country; With- ' but them the fire could not for^ai that bave been safely attacked even on the Banks with sych a. gusty, wind driving tha Samet so , irregularly. A frontal attack iras in the circumstances hopelet*. - It rrould, indeed, have been very d...
Adelaide Test Match [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
Adelaide Test Mateh Sir— I am- in sympathy _wifh /'K, A. T.' in bis remarks. It was. really, poor tactics on the part of Ryder ;' tb°*-jpqk Richardson in - to open the. secorid'inninjs liter nu three previous failure*. -.A haw nan pf his. class would, be ? of. ineatfanable ralue to his side, going in fourth or fifth wicket. .-; ' v '.'?'* It is to brhoped tbst a young crickeUr t-f Richardson's calibre will not' be dropped in .the next test. It must be «memb*red that Kippax failed four times'. before* £? made good in the present' teat- s«riea.—l am, Sir, 4c.,-. ? ?'?':??;' ? i-. ?;? . : . ? ? :.- 'ENTHUSIAST.'- ? Owen. - ? ? ' '? : ??.??;*;?-? ' ' i .
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
PERSONAL ,:The friends of- Mr. S. A. Lard 'wiir. be pad to'khbw.sbe has' recovered sufficiently rrom her- aciident ^tf be removed- to. Tier liome. ? ?' . -.'?'' ? ?? ' ?.--.-?? , ???' -j *?;,.-. Ts ? The Clerk' of- the Adelaide-Police Cour Mr. C. E., Tucker) began his annual leave in Monday, and dufihg his absence yhis luties will.be discharged by Mr. I. B. jreen. * ' . .'.'-.;?'. . ?'.')! Inspector H.'X Whittle, officer :iH iharge of. the C.I.B.; ' started' his anntiii loljdays on- Monday,, and -'Inspector Wi Nation has taken over bis work for a aonth. ?.. ',. ., . ' .. . . .- ' ..- J.-| Mr. B. H. Hannaford, M.P. (chairnjan -f th.e South Australian Beekeepers' Asar- nation. Limited) leaves by the' express for kfelbourne on Monday to attend & meeting if the Australian ;Honey Council. ' ., ; Farmers' Co-operative-, 'Executors ' and trustees, Limited, has. applied for probat* )f the will of Mr. Isaac WalUr. Story,. late -f Cowell, who died December 12. - The state is sworn not...
DANGEROUS SHOOTING Bullet Enters a Kitchen at Alberton East " [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
I)ANGEROUS SHOOTING Bullet Enters a Kitchen at Alberton East % Mrs. Sidney Matthews, of Third ivenue, Alberton East, was Sitting in tM- kitchen of her homo. at- 12^0 pjn. yes terday, when she received a shock by a bullet coming tbrovgu tms wire uy ajor, and embeddinR itself in a dresser. BTet husband reported the matter to the polled and Constable P. J. Haniben?, of Queenfitown, .made enquiries. '. ? He fcund that the bullet had come from a neighbour's place in Second avcrjUi, These premisej adjoined, back to sAcKj the hnme of Mr. Matthews. Two youps men had been trying a Bayard .23 calibre rifle, which their father intended t» rak« to the country. They fired two .22 Ion* bullets low to the ground, and r,tr,; -sm- prised to find that the course they toSk was higher than they intended. . '.''; An examination was roide, and, in ad dition to the one which entered Mr. Matthews's kitchen, it -was seen that another bullet had penetrated -the iron fence dividine the proptrtie*. This btll l...
NEW CAR STOLEN FROM GARAGE THREE LABOURERS ARRESTED IN EAST-END [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
NEW CAR STOLEN FROM GARAGE raREE LABOURERS ARRESTED miy^END ; An aadacloDs motor theft wu .perpetrated In the city during 'the week-end, when a new ear,' valued at £500, was stolen; Following - investigations - by the police, ;hree young men were arrested on Monday ivening. The car' was found abandoned that morning jn the city. . When the premises of A. G.'Pritchard, nptor- engmeer;' Wakefield.- street,'' were Jpened on Monday ' morning it was found that a new Berliet.saloon car Iwas. misting. Entrance was made through a window at ;he rear of the workshop. : - ' The intruders opened the .front door o! lie premises, drove the car out, and then ilosed the door before leaving. There vas- no number '^late /on 'the car .as it itood in the garage., ; ' ' . .\ On Monday evening, An the east-end 0) he city, DetecUve-Sgt., McMahon, 'Detec- ives' Ferguson, and ^Walters, and P.C.C. ililler 'arrested' three labourers of ages rarying from 19 to 21 years, on charges of laving illegally used'a mot...
ROYAL PUDDING Queues Wait to Stir [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
ROYAL PUDMNO Queues Wait to Stir - 'God bless him; and I hope he mar be well enough, to eat it,' waa tha wish expressed by one woman aa aha stirred the Kina'a Emnire one-ton nhriatrnm prraaing ot we Uooicery and Jfood Exhi bition, held at Olympia. The wish was only typical of hundreds of others to b» heard, as the visitors filed past the 12,, tables, with white enamelled tops, on which wera being mixed portions of the giant pudding com posed entirely of products from the Bri tish Empire. All through last week in Movember the muring procesn was con tinued, and on .the following Sunday the various sections' were assembled in cubi cal form, measuring 3J ft. round. Directly the exhibition was opened there were enquiries for the demonstration theatre in the annexe, where tho public are invited to witness the preparation of the King's pudding, and to take part in the stirring. 'You must wish before you stir, one woman reminded her com panion. 'I know,' was the reply, 'and I wish His Majes...
RAILWAYS IN BAD WAY LOSS OF £260;840 IN REVENUE FEWER TICKETS ISSUED IN HOLIDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
RMAYSINBAD WAY. LOSS OF £260,840 IN REVENUE . FEWER TICKETS ISSUED IN HOLIDAYS. Far - from -tkt Tratwirtr'j *stl mataof - lintral Incraasa In rail way, bnlntn balni realized, tha - kutart flisrw hjued show that tha ??rattan falling off in revenue dur ing tha last six nionthi occurred In 'tha ten days and«d Deeambar ? 31.' Tha takings during that parlad Wira £77,149. Dirlni tha same' period of- last year, they wera- £115,413. ' In' his last Budget, the Treasurer (Honi R. L. Butler), estimated that- for the' year there would be. an increase in railway, tc- renue of £188,000. Actually .there has been a decrease in earningB of £280,810 daring the half year. - : MOTOR CAR COMPETITION. The falling off. has been attributed to many*' causes, including a -slackening, in mineral traffic from Broken Hill, .smaller quantities of wheat, and general mer chandise, and fewer passengers. . The last-mentioned factor has un doubtedly been largely responsible for the huge decrease, and for the' reason ...
WAIKERIE HIGHER PRIMARY SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
WAIKERIE HIGHER PRIMARY SCHOOL WAIKERIE,' January 4. — ^Th* blr .middlt schoolroom of - the Wafterle - Higher Primary School was crowded' with children and parent* fop th* ritstrihntton of -nritM PmriWHitnfft ipsocd with Christmas chornse* by tb« whol* ichool. Mr: T. B. E. Sard (head teachtr) !hen presented his report on tha star's work. 9* paid a tribute, to the work of tlie itafl. rhi qnalUylng certMcate examination had -.re- raited In all IS of the candidates passing with llgh arerage mark*. The prizes were dlstri nted by the chairman ot the school committe*. [Hr. &r Winer), who adilressed tlie Catherine. A CHARMING IDtiA- % |'^ '?% '?' ' xNot cauliflowers, but' the newest way 0/ covering crackers, - with an atmosphere of mystery. .,.-*/ ?- A CHARMING IDtiA- % |'^ '?% '?' ' xNot cauliflowers, but' the newest way 0/ covering crackers, - with an atmosphere of mystery. .,.-*/ ?- Prize lUt:— Grade I.— Highest marks, Decle Lewi* Ted Norman; second highest, John Jaenc, Edna Arm...
ARTISTS SAVAGE JEALOUSY Hammer Blows for Woman [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
ARTISTS SAVAGE JEALOUSY Hammer Blows for Woman A woman still in the freshness of tho early twenties and gifted with a patbetio and wonderful beauty; stood in the wit ness box of the Marylebonq. Police Courts/ alt montn and tola a heart-rending story ; -f the terrible cruelty of a man Whom she lad attempted to resecue from the gutter ind the underworld. . ? The girl was Misg Marjorie Jones, and he man, Sidney Herbert Hsmlin, described himself bb an artist. ' ? As he stood whining in the dock, he de- glared that the woman whom' ho had aq rillainously abused had '-'inspired him and created ideala in him such as' he had never known' before.' ? .' ' ? The girl did not know, then what aha was to learn later, that tbe man she had cherished was a crook and a housebreakeri and that he had been kicked out of Italy for an insult to Munsolini. - ' In a jealous frenzy Hamlin beat tba hapless girl with a hammer, breaking her nose ana blacking her eyes. At other times he, had kicked and even bitte...
YEAR'S-RADIO BROADCASTING PROPOSAL Radio Telephony Tests [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
YEAR'S RADIO BROADCASTING PKU Radio Telephony Tests Enquiries on jMonaay idicate that the plans nd specifications, under, rliitrri fpnHpra arA to be .. invited for. the equipment . afid maintenance of -the transmitting stations and for. the provision of broadcasting programmes . throughput Australia are .. ready for approval by * -the Federal GovernmenV. '. . In rail probability the advertisement* ailing for tenders will be issued toward he end of this month; and they will ilearly define 'the Government's attitude n regard to future 'wireless control in Australia. ' ' ? ; ? There is' much speculation involving »th fears and doubts, in the wireless rorld to-day in regard to the future of iroadcasting ? and tEe decision of the federal Government that, in the interests -f listeners, there should be unified com nercial control of broadcasting- through* -ut the ^Commonwealth, with the; object ; rf giving better- facilities to '-the-- amulet States through the medium of the large tmounta ...
BOY SHOOTS RABBIT Bullet Lodges in Companion's Hand KAPUNDA. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
BOY SHOOTS RABBIT ? : '; : .'?-.??1- . Bullet Lodges in Com panion's Hand .- ?.. ' '.-?'???.'?? . \?.\ * - ?; .'??? KAPDNDA MnndnT Leo . Ansell, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. insell, of Hare street, was shot in the dand. while out rabbit, shooting with a wmpanion. The two lads' jenarated. and were on earn Biae ot a small creek.. An- sell seeing a rabbit in a bush was en deavouring to get a shot at it, when his companion, who was unaware of Ansell'ti presence, fired at the rabbit with a pea rifle from the opposite side of the bush. The bullet passed through the rabbit, and entered AnseH'S'hand. He rode five miles to KnpnnJa on a bicycle, and was treated at the hospital. The bullet is still embedded in the back of his hand.