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THE RUNDLE STREET POULTRY MARKET [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
rut mtunir BTHEET POULTRY MARKET V A. BHICE'.* CO.,innTED,- report on J»nirV 7:--I)enitnd for ill line, of poultry con StoK active, .nd d«ir.nc«- oi 'jMg* Inir i« willy ra»de. 8tock« of. poultry, anwi L« not l.rke. tnd good enquiry »? ^??'B- txpfr rlenced for all prime lot*. Con'JpimeitU e»n be recommtndtd wltb .very confidence. -Th« ollowinr «re ttwlay'* v»lu«:— Prime n««7 ZlK cSckerel.. ?/?toJVJ-^fSdSS! beni. */« to 5/0 each; good condition cod««'» «nd henni 4/6 to 5/0 e.ch; hlr condmoa cocx «relf »nd hen.. 3/ to 3/8 «ch; hen, raj.ll «nd wetdy, 1/6 to 2/ each; cockerel!, small, l/« to 2/ each; codcereli. youn)r, S/ to 3/6 each, dncki. good table birds. 4/ to 6/6 each; ducki, lair Mndltlon, S/. to */ «ch; duck.. !&)K«7- yonni; well-conditioned, 4/6 to 6/ each: do., to. 2/7 each; turkey*, good V»ff1°£i1JiiJ. l/« per ft.; plireoni, Sid. to lOJd. each; g***, acwrffng to quality, J/. to. 10/ «ch. Crate. nipplled upon application to Box 148b, Q.P.O., AdeUide.- ' r8TJ2 . ' MARKET...
GEN BOOTH DISAPPEARS. Leaves Sick Bed on Eve of High Council Meeting MAY FIGHT FOR CONTROL [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
gen:- worn disappears Leaves. Sick Bed x-n Eve of High Council Meeting, mi FIGHT FOR CONTROL On the eve of the meeting of the High Council which is to., decide his fitness to remoin^it the head of the Salvation Army,.. to which he has devoted hi$ life, Gen. Bramwett Booth has., disappeared. . ?? , Declaring that the move to depose him emanates from^Ame nca, Brig. Slattery, of Melbourne, continues to support Gen. Booth, th defiance of his superior officers. JiONDON, January 7. Mystery continues to surround the thereabouts of Gen. Booth. Although he ippears to have left home for Southwold, vhere the High Council in to meet, head juarters of the Army officially announce that there it no likelihood, that he win esign before the meeting, as he does not idmit the charge that he is unfit to per orm the duties of head of the army. It s not probable that the General will at :cnd the council meeting, but he is a man if iron will,'' and it is just possible that ie will make the effort. Those i...
INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS Amusements ? 2 Auction* .. ...... .. ..„?;. 16 Board and Lodging .'. .j _V'. .?-... 16 Businesie! and Partnership* . .. 16 'Carriers ? ;. „ lg Education ? jg Funeral Notices .' ? ^. '.. .. 2 Government Advertisement* .. .-, ~16 Holiday Resorts, Hotels, he ? JG Hotels for Sale and to Let ? 16 Insurance ? '..-.. 16 Legal Notices ? ,# ., if Lost and Found ? ,~ 16 Medical ? _. ? M Mining ? -„ .. .; .; ;16 Miscellaneous .. -.. .. ,.:.... .'. .*?'? lo Motors apd Cycle* .. .. .. ,. '' 16; OiBees, Warehowe*, and Shops to I*t ? iK Patents and Trade Marks .... 1 Persons Wanted .... ...... .. . 'til Poultry, Birds, 4c. ...... .. .. IB Professional Engagement* ? 16 Prppertfft for Sale'.. ..' ? 16* Propcrtien Wanted ' ? '10 Public Notice* ., .,',. ? ,° i. Shipping , __ , ? 1 Situations Wanted ? lft Tenders . . ' ? .. 16 To Lit '. ? '.. -..' ? 16 Wanted, to Buy.. ? 16 Wanted to Sell .. ,. ,. ,. .. ,,. IB
GIN PILLS MAKE YOUR BACKACHE QUICKLY DISAPPEAR [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
SIN PILLS MAKE YOUR BACK ACHE QUICKLY DISAPPEAR It is no longer necessary for- any one to suffer with backache, kidney, bladder, or urinary troubles or to contend with rheu matism and stiff ioints for Dr. Sheldon's Bin Pills quickly relieve all sucb trouble*. Dr. Sheldon's Gin Pills are the most wonderful remedy yet devised for ridding the system of uric acid and driving out all the poisonous impurities. They are entirely different from all other remedies and act on the principle of clcansine out the poisons and remedying the cause. No matter how long you have -suffered, how old you are, or what you have used, the very principle of Gin Pills is such that it is croctically impossible to take them into the human system without results. They start to work the: minute you take them and ? they heb you from the first time that you use them. If you suffer with pains in your back or sides or have aDy signs of kidnev or bladder trouble or rheumatism, such as puffy gweHings under the eyes or ...
WHAT THING COST. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
iVHAT THINGS COST. The Retail Grocer*' Association/ of South Awttali*. report* that the «eljint prices area* follow*:— ' Bh*.— Market condition* prevail-' ing at present time prevent quotations being, made of retail egg prices,, which depend en tirely upon local circumstance*. ?«tt*r.-^Choicest factory, 2/3} to ^2/3J; separator, J/7J to 1/10}. , ' Mwn,— Rashers, 1^11 per 1b.; ;,ham»,- 2/. ' .' ChHM.— Matured, 1/t to 1/8; new, 1/2 to 1/3. . OiilMi.— 3d. Pfttt*.— New, 3d. per ft.
CENTENARY SHOW Clerk Shoots Himself to Provide Evidence. £40 in Notes Missing. TOWNSVILLE Monday LLTT.T.R [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
CENTENARY SHOW Nothing has yet been disclosed concern ng the attitude of the Chamber of Manu 'actures towards the projected Centenary Exhibition in* 1036: but this is believed to lave been outlined in the letter to the Premier, which Mr. Butier received before ie left for Melbourne. It is known, lowever. that certain suggestions have been made, although matters in connection with the proposal are still naturally very much in the air, and it is not expected that any further announcement on any aspect of the subject will be made before the Pre mier returns. . - . ROBBERY STAGED. acrkSiwols Himself to Provide Evidence. £40 in Notes Missing. TOWVSVTT.MJ Xtn^Ao . Great excitement was caused h the'cjty this; afternoon when the report spread that a man had en tered an office and shot the clerk , (Mr. John Htew)' in the arm and decamped with checque* for £900 and £40 in note*. , Stein told the police that be was niab- Ing up the cash when a man ' walked- in and »aid 'Bun!' He i8ot SUin in t...
ATTEMPT TO WRECK EXPRESS Commissioners Commend Driver MELBOURNE Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
ATTEMPT TO' WRECK EXPRESS V Commissioners Commend ?':?' Driver Ttnjt,BOT7RVE_ Mond«v. The Chairman of the Railways Commli ioher* (Mr, H. W. Clapp)v*eid to-day hat great credit was due to the driver if the Adelaide express- on Sunday, for his figflanco and prompt action in noticing n obstruction on the rails, and in stop ling the train in time. He had averted rhat might have been a terrible disaster. Che Commissioners bad personally com nended him for his action. Mr. Clapp was unable to give details ot ;he attempt to wreck the train. No jlot'had been involved.- It appeared xi be the misguided action of an idle lerson. The incident, i* being invest! mted by the police. ' ;.
"I AM LOYAL TO GEN. BOOTH" Brig. Slattery Still Defiant MELBOURNE, Monday [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
rT AM LOYAL TO GEN. ^BOOTH' ; Brig. Slattery Still Defiant MELBOURNE. Mon^.v 'I am a loyalist to Gen. Bramwell Booth, and to the present constitution of the army, and I strongly oppose the method of crocednr* in r««nl to th* neehng of the High Conncil to-morrow.' Brig. Slattery, commander of the Mel bourne central division of the Salvation fumj, made this statement to-day. Brig. Slattery was suspended by Col. B. Oramea [chief secretary of the southern territory -f Australia) for refusing to give an aa rarance that. he would refrain from pub licly expressing opinion about the meet ing of the High Council- in London, and the move to depose Gen. Booth. 'In my reply to Col. Oramet,' continued Brig. Slattery, '1 noted the charge that I had erected dfcsension among the officers under my contsVl by explaining to them the state of affairs in London. I pointed out that I had lived in peace with ill, but that in May last I had beft aaked to sign a document which aimed a blow at the constituti...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
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STERILIZATION OF COOLING WATER. Progress With the Chlorine Gas . Process. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
STERILIZATION OF COOLING WATER. Progress With the Chlorine Gas . Process. Bv a London CorrMnondcnt. More and. more use is now being made of the highly interesting principle of the sterilization of cooling water for Bteam en gines and turbines, particularly important or not countries, lne ute ot a measurea trace of chlorine gas in this connection, generally* about one part per 2,000,000, ldded continuously to the water prevents the deposit of organic growths on the :DEidc of the condenser tubeB, which re luce the rate of heat transmission so that the maximum vacuum, say 29 in. of mer mry, is not obtained. This causes, in the :ase of turbines, a considerable drop in Efficiency in the way of increased steam consumption, about -1 per cent, for each I in. fall in the vacuum, while at the tame time sterilization eliminates troublesome band cleaning of all kinds of condenser plant. Also the method is applicable to the prevention of slimy deposits in iooling water towers, as well aa the gro...
GERMAN PHILOSOPHY Change of German Intellect [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
GERMAN PHILOSOPHY Change of German Intellect Dr. James Brown Scott, secrtary of thi Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, returning from a stay in Germany! during which he was brought into contact tvltn the more prominent university circles of that country, offers an interesting ob servation concerning the changing activi ties of the German intellect (says The Bob ton Christian Science Monitor). Of course, Teutonic culture has long been re nowned throughout the world, yet before the Great War it seemed to be indifl solubly linked with the imperialism and militarism which dominated the German Slate. The universities were quite as much centres of imperialistic propaganda as they were homes of advanced and always pro gressive intellectual culture. Dr. Scott nds that the university activities have been renewed, but wholly along intellec tual lines. He describes them as crowded with students so that the need for ex tended quarters, and even of new uni versities, is a matter of gene...
GAWLER NOMINATIONS Run Saturday, January 19 [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
QAWLER NOMINATIONS Run Saturday. Jinuary 19 Handicap Trial Stakes, seven and a hall fur lonrs.— Impeccable; Euchat. Moderator, Greenun, Glengariff (imp.), Aidesina. Hinninghnm, Bcentnm. Mlsa Ann. The SUr, Fine Edge, Orixa. LUCK vane, vueen Aloes, rrinces* xtj*y*j. Burl. Mae Scorplus, Scrutineer, Miss Comedy, Diplomacy Dasher Dean, Archeion, Mingari, Ambah, Anion Lanle, Mlntaro, Select, Delphfnut, Gone By. Alice Anton, Luckworth, Thaidej, Udr Bankfield.' Handicap Hurdles, two miles and 50 yards. — Antonmue. Sir Alba. Paving Away, Macadam's Reward, 8imls, Royal Luck, War Flair, Cann rarie, Decorum, Hungarian, Our Pistol, Warwick shire. Mingari, Florella, Retold, Miss Hieraetui, lanomagne, Mount Cooper. Snmaer Handicap, one and a quarter miles. — Kozanl, Forglen, Galore, Dilkera, Wendover, Sell Princess, Phoenix. Finten, Lucrasia, Euphraiia, Notano. Margate, Hula Park, Bum aides, Shnoha Belle, Typcr. Jumpere' Flat Handicap, one mile three fur longs. — Adon, Macadam's Reward, Mongoose, ...
LAWN TENNIS Australian Championships Prominent Players Entered [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
LAWN TENNIS Australian Championships Prominent Players Entered Notable absentees from the Australian tennis championships, which' will begin in Adelaide on January 19, will be G. L. Patterson. J. Hawkes. F. E. Kalms. J. Cleminger, and J. Willard, and there ib do certaiuty that R. L. Schleiioger, one jf the nominated players ( from Victoria, mil be a visitor. . Otherwise the entry lists include most of the leading, players ii the Commonwealth, and the tourna nent promises to be an interesting one. Entries, closed on Monday, and as the ringles events are limited to 32 entrants, and the doubles to 16, it may be neces sary for the ranking committee to reject the entries of some players. This com mittee will meet in Melbourne on Thurs day morning next. Preceding the cham pionships, the Linton Cup ties for- junior players will be played. In * the singles championships the names of D. P. TurnbuH, E. T. Rowe, G. M. Hone, and B. K. M. Manthorpe, from Souib. Australia, .appear,. -wbUe . Moon ...
HILLS ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
HILLS ASSOCIATION Woodside v. Mount Barker Methodists^— The ibore teams met on the Wood'ide courts on Saturday afternoon. Men's Doublet,— B. Heddle md Dr. Linn (W.) v. O. Walkom and A. Craig (V.). 1— 7..1— 11: O. mtts*nd A. Hoesier v. R. Schroedetand D. Ansell. 0 — «, 1 — H; H. Stevens and H. Howland v. J. Palmer and O. Chapman, J— 1!. 0 — 6. Ladles' Doubles.— Mrs R. Watson and Urs. S. Dunbar (W.) heat MI*s D. Paech and Mrs. A. Craig (M.).-(S— 1; Mrs. A. Morcorn and Miss Thomson lost to Miss Duer mann and Mire Hetiel, 3 — (I. Men's Singles. ? R. Heddle. (W.} brat O. Walkom UU, 0— «; )r. Linn beat A. Cralfr, d — I; G. Watts lost to H. Schroeder, 1— fl; A. Roesler lost to & Ansell. 1 — «i H. Stevens lost to O. Chapman, t— «: M. Howland beat J. Palmer. C — 4. Ladies' Singles. — Mrs. B. Witton (W.) beat Miss D Pawl. (M.). 6—5; Mrs. S. Dunbtr beat Mm. L Craig, 6 — 0; Mrs.. A. Morcom lost to. Miss taermann, ! — 8; Miss Thomson lost to Miss Hetal, J— fl. ToUls.— Monnt Barker Method...
LAND COUNTRY NEWS THE MAN ON THE LAND ARGEST CROP COMPETITION Success in Chandos District [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
THE MAN ON THE LAND — — ?♦? — ?? ' .. ARGEST CROP COMPETITOR Sticcess in Chandris District The Chandos wheat crop competition is judged by Mr. R. L. Griffiths, agricul tural instructor/ 'n its fifth year. Great interest has always been token! and all arrangements for obtaining entries, and for judging have been very well made.' rhe number of entries has increased each season, and for the last two years this has been the largest competition in the state. Tho number of entries judged— 137— is more than 50 better than ? in any previous competition in South Australia. Such an entry is of extreme value 'to the district, both because of the competitive spirit aroused among the farmers, and also as it affords an excellent opportunity to compare results of .the different farm-, ing methods used in producing the best crops in a district. Entries this year from each. of the four competition centres were: — Pinnaroo, 44; Lameroo and Wilka watt, 36; Parilla, 23; and Geranium and Jabuk 34. Crops...
MERINOS FOR INDIA Purchasers Satisfied [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
MERINOS FOR INDIA PoKiiucri Safkfief] Dalgety & Co;, Limited, 'have recerrei »dvice- from the Minister df the ?Depart- ment of Agriculture, Mysore State, Ban* ralore. India; to the effect that the. con signment of Koonoona, Bungarec. and Bast Bu*)garee merino rams forwarded to' Lhem at the latter part of November, ar rived ' safely, and to ' the satisfaction of the' purchasers. . The Minister has pro mised to report regarding the suitability of Australian mennos in 'that, part of India. GRAPE GROWERS' CONFERENCE Following on the conference of- grape growen held at the Liberal Club ^Buildings on Friday, a well-attended meeting of growers of the district was held at the Sturt Hall, Marion, on the same evening, and was presided over by the president of Adelaide Plains Association (Mr. K. L. Rainsford). A full and comprehensive report was given of the afternoon's pro ceedings, and tbe position was fully dis coaaed. The resolutions passed at the conference were generally agreed t...
STRIKE AT ABATTOIRS Non-Unionist Engaged BROKEN HILL, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
fSTRKE AT ABATTOIRS ^on'lJnionist Bngaged. ? 'i\'\ BROKEN HILL, Monday. Eight council employes ceased work at the Municipal Abattoirs today following upon a decision of the executive of the Tlarriiir TnVfwrfrifll ?Ootinril veffterdnv flf ternoon^.that they were not to- start if a jnan engaged from outside the municipal union began work. Slaughtermen, who are employed by Blaster butchers, continued to work until 1 p.m. when they also ceased. There is every possibility of the disturbance extending, to other branches of the municipal activities. Warning has already been given to the hospital to arrange for a supplementary ?upply of current and lighting in the event of the municipal currents being cut off. Master butchers have not yet considered the situation, but no difficulty is expected in obtaining all the chilled meat necessary from Sydney if that course is decided upon; but us the earliest supplies cannot reach here before Thursday, it-is expected that. there will be a -shortage f...
THE BIG FOUR Report on Enquiry Being Prepared CANBERRA Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
THE BIG' FOUR- R^OTtpri^Enquiry Beihgv : =- -^epaxed - :- ' ? ? v ? .'. nAWWBRftA. Monday. For dayi the 'BigJFour' nave been nara ?t.-work preparing their report for presen tation, to the Prune Minister, (Mr, S. JI ' TCHcnorrbw tne:. Premiers. ot an arara, except 'Western Australia, together with the Prime Minister and Federal' Treas urer (Dr. Earle Page) will- meet the 'Big FonoihA found-table discussion of Aus tralian-problems and their solution. On.' Wednesday all members of the mis sion,.: iexcept Sir Arthur Duckh&m, will leave for Sydney, and on- Thursday they will depart by the Aorangi for Canada on the homeward journey to England. : The --rBie Four' consists of Sir Arthur Duckham, ^tr Hugo Hirst, Sir Ernest Clark, 'and Mr. Dougal Malcolm. All ex cept Sir Arthur Duckham will leave Sydney on Thursday on their return to England. They wfll travel by way of Canada.
CASUALTIES CYCLIST KNOCKED DOWN [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
CASUAEW CYCLIST KNOCKED DOWN Edward JLeumg ($6), plumber, of Chapel Btreet, Norwood, was knocked off his bicycle by a mbtor lorry while riding out of a. lane which obens oh to North ter^ ace irom ine ^jomuhc «nvaen at ii.ou ip Saturday morning. He was admitted to he Adelaide Hospital suffering from- coiv iuision. Leunift had been working at ;h'« Botanic Garden. ? : ; ? ' ' r SMALL CITY FIRE. - Slight damage. was caused bx~a fire. at ihe clothing factory of Mr.. George Earl& G0» Grenfell street, on Saturday.. ? The Metropolitan Fire Brigade received a call it 2.43 pirn., and the . flames were sub lued in a few minutes, ... ? ?; . STREAKY BAY ACCIDENTS 4 STREAKY BAY,' January 3.-Wheip Mr. Mudge was motoring home to Shandada, from Streaky.. Bay,. . his. car struck a tree beside a rough piece of road. The driver returned. to. Streaky: Bay to have three stitches inserted in his iead, and was able afterwards to pro seed home. One of his companions, how ever, broke a leg, and is in...