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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

AUCTIONS. ???? , ' . A. W.SANDFORD & CO.; IJM1TED. GRENFELL STREET. ?. ' PRODUCE SALES, Tuesdays and Thursdays, at 11 a.m. . ' '. ? POULTBY SALES, Tnesdayi, ?Thursdays ; and '' ' Fridays, :«t 12.30 p.m. .'. : . . ? S60e STBArailBYN MARKET. THURSDAY, 3rd January, at 1 p.m. sharp. goldsbroughTmort & co., ? LIMITED,' will offer by auction aa under — 5000 'T AND STORE SHEEP. 5QQQ QA PAT AND STORE CATTLE. OA PIOS.AND SUNDRIES. |. Terms as usual. ; Further entries Inrited. , Any client requiring terms most make arrange ments with the Auctioneers prior to the Sale. Make Drinking a Joy with Woodroofe's Old Style Ginger Beer. . ^_ ? , . utt PROFESSIONAL ENGAGEMENTS. TVBESSE8 Cut, Fitted, Tacked, or Made. ?*' Mta Thompson. Liberal Club Budding. Mow a 7289. - F336c STOTTS BUSINESS COLLEGE, HOW .IN VACATION. . The Manager (Mr. Coomer) will be In attend tne* from 14th Jannary to enrol new pupils. Daring the holidays Prospectus and full JarHmlan will be tent to enquirers on reques...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

THE TOURISTS': ROAD MAP ADELAIDE TO MELBOURNE . -m The Coorong and THE PRINCE'S HIGHWAY . with a Full Description ,:','i AND OTHER ROUTES OfficuHj approved by Tbe Attoaoiik AiHcatiw Price 3/-. Posted 3/1. ObtiinaMe from Tbe AotOBobile AsiodatioB f-\ 8.A., -U BoobeUen, or Tbe RegiittV Office, 'GrenftS rtmt, , 1 ' -. Adelaide. \ Copyritnlfta, PrinteJ, »n4' PobBAeA hj W; K.'14o-itt*ft- -XT''

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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APPROXIMATE REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

APPROXIMATE REVENUE. ? ? ?' -.-?.-.?' ^ o . ? ? ? .» . S o ° ??? ? ? ?? '?' :U I p-s Head of Revenue. ? ||' 3II '; |J||' *£*£%,.? ? ./'I? 5 ? £*S -i!£&Increasc. Decrease. PART I. -TAXATION'— ' . ' Succisaion Duties-. .:... -380,000 100,141 107,720 -_ 67.57B If'? *»£. Ineoni--:Tax .. .'.2,100,000 ,231668 103039 ' 126,629 _ ' fSS Nicies' 'Special 57°'0M 2''130 °WB ^151 ~ licences Act, 1884-1928 .. — 6695 — 6G9' Other Licences .... .. .. '9,995 13,10j 8,820' 4,484 Z PARTTlf pffic WOR^3'134'995 5M'738 M35S m»®- 07,579 AND SERVICES AND . OTHER RECEIPTS^- . . ' Education'.. ;;r':.. ..'„.. 23,000 ' 5,678 5,876 — ? 193 Harbours and Marine1:. .. 750,000 258,843 348,602 - — ?? , mbm Railways . ......... .,4,259000 1,804^406.2,005^40 =_ 260840 Waterworks and .Sewers -:.« 948,100 ^76,265 34&2 41743 xo^a' Produce .- ....... ....:^«8,000 '28,733 : 32JB01 il' 3l«s Irrigation Commission .. ..-: J 6S/W0 -174 173 1 ' Inspector-General of Hos- ? '' / -, * - — , R^and'PnbHc-BuilaingV; *...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GALLOPING GREYS OF OTHER DAYS. Well Remembered Racehorses. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

GALLOPING GREYS OF OTOMYS. Well Remembered Racehorses.' Bv: Behemoth.' ' The exceedingly interesting article, 'The Old Grey Horse: A Grenfell Street Iden tity,' by J. J. Sharpi which appeared in The Register of Friday lost; will make strong appeal to 'every lover of a shapely horse, particularly, if its colour be grey. I well remember how great an attraction it was to me 'as a small— was Behemoth ever small?— country boy making his first visit to Adelaide.' During this visit an uncle took me to the -races at Morphett ville, when the steeplechase was won by Mr. John Pile's grey gelding Teddington. That was on the third and last day of an Adelaide Cup Meeting.; Mr. Pile bad a greater grey fencer than Teddington, however. It was Confidence (Emulation— Shylie Bawn). The late Eight Honorable Charles Cameron Kingston, P.C., K.C., was not a racing man in the ordinary sense of the - term,' but he loved a thoroughbred racehorse. The Privy Coun cillor was only a mild investor; but when he did...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RENMARK R.S.A. (PICNIC). [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

RENMARK R.S.A. (PICNIC). ARMY AND NAVY HANDICAP. . Six furlongs. '?? - - st: ft. «t. ft. Illegal . . ..10 4 Detach! .... 8 8 labour- Party- .-. 8-10, Rock Anton .. 8 7 311ver Sox . . 8 ' 0 Rover Post ... 8 7 'orward Area-. 8 12 Sharp Point .,87 'ull-on-Aces . . 8 11 Muter Bligh ..87 fanci. ? '8 10 Str.Fred.. ..87 fhe Skawp . . . 8 10 Hippi ? ? 8 7 Two Udy : . . 810.,,.. . : B.S.A. HANDICAP. ? One mile.- -.-??? Jolden Gipsy . . 12 12 Detach! . . . . 8 8 rraleta' ... 12 7 Zanci.-.'. . . .8 8 Uomba King . . 12. 0 Bobln Along.. -.? 8 8 tumnaguaya . , 11 0 Full-on-Aces ..85 Bun Anton . . . 10 10 Popette '.:.... 8 8 Uenl ' ' . . 10 0 Rhummlllna Bay 8 f tort Officer- ;;? 8 10 Luck Moon .... 8 8 jSour: Party . 8 1. Rover Post . . . 8 ? 8 Woolenook . . . 9 7-.Rock Anton . . 8.7 IIu Nonion .90 Hawaian Princess 8-7 ?^rward-Area''....8 12 TUlington ::. ; 8,7 Silver Sox '... :8 12 ? Sharp Point' . \ ? 8. 7 rwo'Udy-. . . ?; 8 10 Hipp!;'. . . . . J 7 Udiison :.???%?. 8 10 Mao. Jean ... 8 7 j. . 0....

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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ACTOR AND SOLDIER. A Tribute to "Jim" Gerald. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

ACTOR AND SOLDIER. A Tribute to 'Jim' Gerald. When the call came in the dark days oi 1914, one of the first to answer it was 'fjim' Gerald. Not in the. reckless spon tani'otn- nf vmkth spekinir adventure, bu with a Ml recognition of his responsibility, and what lay behind it all, Jim Gerali left a charming wife, a good position, and better .prospects, believing, like .the Romans of old, .'It is sweet and glorious to die for one's country.' - Duty was— and is^hig watchword; and though be did 'not make the mipreme sacrifice, a dearly loved brother tttll rests where the poppies grow, in Flanders. But, through ill the hardships of campaigning, whether by the moonlit waters of the blue Aegean Sea, or driving his homes over the mud Caked plains of Mesopotamia under a piti less sun, 'Jim' latained that cheerful ness which is one of the most marked features of hig personality^ When cir cumstances forced him to the base he en tertained his fellows by getting up enter tainments which helped t...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AT THE TOWN HALL. A Gay Scene. Seeing the Old Year Out and New Year In. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

AT THE TOWN^ HALL. Seeing the Old . Year'Ont ant NewT Year' In. ? Tier passing bi this 'glad, good; old year, or sad, bad old year according to what each individual found it, was celebrated in gayest fashion *at the Town Hall on Monday, evening when the Lord Mayor and .Lady Mayoress (Mr. and - Mrs. J. Lavington Bonython) -entertained a num; ber ,of guests. - ? ? ? The hnll. was arranged cabaret fashion, with small tables round the room set with blue and white bowls done with 'mixed' flowers in . that artistic way for which Mrs:' Bonython is -famous. Great brass bowls massed with gladioli and agapan thus ranged across the front of the. stage, where Mr. Jack Young's Orchestra dis coursed dance music behind a 'fringe of palms. ' - The Lord Mayor's secretary. (Mr. R..N. Hammant) announced' the guests to the Lord Mayor and Mrs. Bonython, who wore a smart black nmon frock patterned in amber .and rose with a dash of leaf green, a long chain of turquoise and crystal swayed from her neck, an...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SHIPPING AND MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

SPEPI^^ ... Bringing a quantity of. 'general cargo' from. iNew ' 'York, ifhe ? American'Austra lia, steamer City of Osaka, berthed at Bir kenhead 'Wharf on 'ilondiv .from ./New xork. - She will' discharge to' the agency of Elder,. Smith, & Co., Limited. - To the agency of' Dalgety & Co., Limi ted; the steamer City- of .Kayville will ar rive at Fort Adelaide; on Monday .from New- York, with' general cargo for local merchants. ' , Advice has been, received that the Aber deen-Commonwealth .liner Esperance Bay will arive on Wednesday from London. A number of passengers, -will disembark, and a .quantity of general cargo will be discharged. .'..';.: ' :z : To- load general cargo for 'the eastern States. . the steamer. Karoola . will, arrive on Wednesday from Fremantle and Al bany'; Messrs. HcTJwraith, -McEachern and Company are the agents: ?? - ., Bringing passengers, genentl cargo and mails the R.M.S. Cathay; will arrive on Saturday . from. London to the agency of Elder, ...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

MAIL NOTICES Overseas and special. malls will dose at the General Port Office. Adelaide,- aa shown here under: — ' ; - UNITED KINGDOM, CONTINENTS EGYPT, INDIA, SINGAPORE (Comorin). due' London February .21. — Parcels. — Wednesday, January 2 — 1- p.m. Money Orders. — Wednesday, January 2-r* p.m. '. Newspapers and Packets. — Wednes- i*f, January S— 6 p.m. Letters and Commercial. Packets. — Thursday, January 3 — 10.80 ? a.m (late fee, 12 noon). Supplementary, via Fre mantle, — Registered Letters. — Thursday, January 3 — 8 p.m. Letters and Commercial Packets. — Friday, January 4—8 a.m. (late, fee.- Adelaide Railway Station, 9.45 a.m.). . ? Later. Mails to United Kingdom.^— Latest closing dates:— Via Suex (Orarna).— Friday, January 11 (due London February 0). Via Sum (Karkunda).— Friday, January 18 (due London February 16). Via Suet (Osterley).— Friday, January 25N(due London ' February 23). Via Sues (Cathay).— Friday, February 1 (dne Lon don March 2). Via Suex (Orsova).— Friday, Februar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

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Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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THE WRITING ON THE WALL. A list of Names. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

THE WRITING ON THE WALL A list of Names. On my' way to the Gumeracha Show- 1 had a. look at the, visitors' 'book' at the District, Ho(el -(wrijtes a correspondent). Thousands: of' well-known i names are not iiiscribed'-on paper, but-are carved on the soft 'stone 'walls m front «f the building. Here- are some— they 'have been there for 20 years and'longer— that 1 noted thereon. No doubt they will recall happy memo ries:— J. J.- Sharp (1876), Cecil T. Bray (1888), E. L., Wilson, A. . H.; Morphett,* ? Walter Mann,'- P. Bartels, Percival Bunge, -C. S. Talbbt, Mv 'Jay, J.-Pawson.-R. H., Hollb way/H. Toire'y.F. W.Coneybeer, F. G Clark, 0; W- Tolley, F. Flood, J; Bagot, A-. Faber,* J-'Minney, F. M. Warren, F. Haddy,';Ge'brge Beshara,''C. E. Slackie, P. H.'Knbx.-A^Brinsley, E. A. Knox, P. EI.-; Pritchard-: J;, Lonraon. - J. ' Belcher. C. D.-Beah.-W. Fitzgerald, H^H.: Wight, Hugo -Ziegler,- A.' Slight,' G. -Watts, H. Whitehead/F.- Stapletdn, G: N. Twelftree, L. M: Tier: ?' ' ' ' ?? ' ' . ? ....

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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YOUTH TO THE FORE. BRADMAN AND a'BECKETT. AUSTRALIA'S TOTAL OF 397. J. B. HOBBS OUT FOR 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

YOtfTH TO THE FQRE. ' BRADMAN AND a'BECKETT. » AUSTRALIA'S TOTAL OF 397. J.,B. HOBBS, OUT FOR 20. Play on. tile second day of th» third test match twtay wav tremen dously interesting,' and- every ball was followed anxiously and hopefully by another' great 'crowd 'of spectators. On Saturday 63,247 people paid £6,023 a/;. ti--day,~tha; attendance was 62,259 and the takings were £5,927 11/. ' MELBOURNE, Monday. Australia; Which, had lort 4 for 276 on Saturday,: completed its . innings at half past 4 a'clock for 397— a disappointing total after such a good beginning. ? Kyder, who had- made 111, scored 1 more only today and -then, in Tate's second over.-turned 'one into; the safe hands':of Hendren at iiUy-;Ieg, three yards from the bat; '?.; ??????-!.: ?':,'? -'A Fine. Partnership. 1 ?.When' the next batsmaii' Oldfield, was .out for 3 a 'collapse, was imminent.. A '?- fine; .partnership^ between the two younger v players .in the team,. Bradman, aged 20 years, and; a'Beckett, aged 21 year...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CRISP BATTING QUEENSLAND'S BIG TOTAL. Thompson Made 143. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

CRISP BAITING. PENSLAIWSBIC TOTAL. Thompson Made 143. SYDNEY', Monday. The New South ' Wales ' v.: Queensland Sheffield 8hield matchv'was' commenced to day in perfect weather.' O!Connor won fhe'toss from Ratcliffe,'and batted. The teams are: — Queensland.— L. O'Connor, C. Me Coombe, W. Rowe, F.- Cv, Thompson, O. E. Nothling,. L. Lilster, 'F. Gough, M. Brew, E.. Benstedr G. Amos,- .&.'- Thur low. ' - New South. Wales.— A** Batdiffe, A. Jackson, D.- Seadon;'C;i. Andrews, A. Punch, 8. McCabet A. Fairfax, C. Nich olls,' F: Jordan^ S. Davidson; N; Morris. : Runs Come Freely. : ° ? : Nicholls'operied.to-: O'Connor, -.who was accompanied V by McCoombe. ' Fairfax took up the- attack, at the southern end, md McCoombe got to work, quickly, get ting Nicholls away -.prettily: through, the slips to the:.; boundary . and- soon . Had double figures opposite his name.- But for. a, bad return from leg by. Jordan the Queensland,',captajn.nught'iiaye'vbeen';run out. in making. a' second run wh...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ARABIAN DAYS. THE WANDERINGS OF WINIFRID THE WASHERWOMAN. Y. (Contuniea).—IN WHICH WE ESCAPE GREAT DANGER. Round the Kaaba. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

ARABIAN.iDAYS; WE WANDERINGS OF WINIFRID THE WASHERWOMAil..; , Y. (GJntinu«l).— IN WHICH WE ESCAPE GREAT DANGER. By Bebe Zatoou. lound the KaaW A broad- band -of smooth stone pave ment runs right around the Kaaba oii'd brer this we were' led at .a sharp pace to make the sacred circuit seven tunes. Btil repeating Arabian phrases ' from ' the Koran. - This : finished, .we. were taken back to the arcade where prayers of a different kind were observed. ' , We were then made to] drink of the sacred waters. We then had to circuit the city seven times. I kept thinking of Joshua, but if we had had any breath left I think we should' have been too 'tired to blow a trumpet.'' -.'At last' we ?were taken 'back to' our, room ;and a vmeal by ,the ,-'dharity of city' donors was served to us, 'but oh, bow' my, petty soul- longed ior 'a cup. .of tea! ' ' ? -.. ; I ant . not, I ' fear, -. allowed- to-' tell you anything of the .city's, government and bylaws.-. . I .experienced, l-difliciilties with .t...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TRADE, FINANCE AND MINING, TRADE TOPICS. THE NATIONAL INCOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

TRADE. FINANCE AND MINING. the':national income. The 1924 -census of production has en abled Mr. 'A.: W. flux to -make, in his presidential-address to the Royal Statisti cal' Society**, a fresh estimate of the national income (says ?The' Economist, London, in'its issue to .hand). The total which he reached is between £3,700,000,000 and £4,200,000,009, which is about double the.igare arrived at in the .same way for 1907. The total is .made up ;of about £2,635,000,000 worth of- material mods at ? the , place' of manufacture or import, about £945,000,000 for transport and distribution charges, £650,000,000 for Daid -services of persons and buildings, and a net export of capital of £50,000,000, less- some'£300,O00,000 for home capital re placement'.. The figure for- 1920, when prices were well over 50 per cent, higher, than in 1924, which Sir Josiah' Stamp .ar rived at on the basis of money incomes, was almost exactly- the same as that' now 'given for 1924; bnt the discrepancy ? can be ...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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A FEMINIST PRINCESS. The Princess A. de Chimay. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

? :A FEMINIST PRINCESS. IKe Princess A. deXhimay. The jouthful Princepa de Chimay writes:— There are those who wonder, now that -women have .shown a tendency not ' to ; acquiesce so much, ' whether they will not Beck to - advance like a vic torious army, claiming all that comes to hand, each victory mounting like wine to their heads and strengthening their deter mination, to carry the . remaining male strongholds. . ? ' . . . . And there are those who, out of all this, think they foresee the time when women will- march froward in conquering batta lions, ' laying waste whole fields - of cherished male illusions, enforcing their, will upon the world, and becoming in the process what are. termed 'he- women.' ' ; : Her 'Little Joke; '. It all sounds very dreadful f and it must be admitted that there are women who like -to -encourage- this idea. Since men have steadfastly, denied that woman has a sense of humour, who can blame- them for. this little joke? Were not men them selves deficie...

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WHOLESALE PRICE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

WHOLESALE PRICE LIST; WHEAT.^Local market quotations for- growers', lots- per bushel on ? trucks Port Adelaide, 4/6i to 4/7, ? December and January CORNSACKS.— Merchants' quotations for farmers' lots, 10/3 per dozen1 on trucks, Port Adelaide, for. hew season's delivery. J FLOUR.— £U 2/6, delivered in ? city/ and suburbs,' leas 5/ 'concession for cash; ?'-.???? BRAN.— Net price, £5 12/6 per ton on trucks jmill door in minimum truck loads; lesser quantities (not. less than . half a ton), -up to 1/4 per bushel p delivered in metropolitan area. ? POLLARD:- &et price, £6 per ton on . trucks mill door, in minimum truck loads; lesser quantities (not less than ? half a-ton), 1/5 per bushel delivered ' . in metropolitan area. BARLEY.— New^seaaon's No. 1 Eng lish malting; about 3/3 per bushel on trucks Port. Adelaide. OATS.— New season's good feed Algerian, about 2/6'to 2/7 per bushel : on trucks Port ; Adelaide. CHAFF (cutters' distributing prices). r-On trucks-Mile-End; £5.'7/6 (bag...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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ITALIAN COAT OF ARMS. Investigation of Removal. ROME, December 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

miiiircoATOF^^ Investigation of Removal. ROME, DecembA 31. Last night no official confirmation of the Italian coat-of-arms incident at Innis fafl (Q.) had been received by the Govern ment of -Italy., As the press messages attribute the regrettable incident to the indiscretion of hooligans, instructions have been sent to the Italian Consul at Towns ville to go to Innisfail and to investigate the'affair. He is then to make any neces sary ? representations ? to the Australian authorities. . ? . .

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CENTRAL TANGANYIKA. Enthronement of Bishop. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

CENTRAL TANGANYIKA. Enthronement of Bishop. The Bjshop of Central Tanganyika (Rt. Eev. Dr. G. A. Chambers), who visited Adelaide last year, arrived at Darel Salaam on -October 28, 1928. and- was ac comnanied by Mrs. Chambers and 10 new missionaries. -On the way to Dodoma he was joined at railway stations by mission aries who accompanied him to Dodoma, where he was met by (he Bishop of Mom basa nad the Rev. J. H. Briggs, secretary of the mission. The whole party left for Mvumi— a mission station, some 25 miles away, where the annual conference and the enthronement of the Bishop were to be held. A large crowd of native Chris tians waited at Mvumi to welcome the new Bishop, and he was able to see at a glance- how. keen had been the anticipation of his return. The natives bad finished their new church,. a building with solid stone walls, plastered within and without. The roof was 'built in the native style, supported by. numerous wooden posts and covered outside with earth.. The new chu...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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DISESTABLISHMENT. Adelaide Viewpoints. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

DISESTABUSHMENT. Adelaide Viewpoints. Representative Anglican clericsv on being asked. to comment upon the Bishop of Durham's advocacy of disestablishment as a vindication of-Uie Chnr'pl- nf FmrlanA'. ' spiritual independence, referred to in a London cable appearing in The Register on - Saturday, expressed general approval of Dr. Henson's proposal, -with certain re Bervations. ' ' Archdeacon Moyes said that though dis establishment wag an English question, and primarily concerned Churchmen at home, it had its interest for .Australians. In his opinion disestablishment, would ba a good thinn for the church, and a bad thinjj for the community.. ' That had beun their experience in Australia, and he thought England would come to a similar conclusion after a fair trial of disestab lishment. . Canon Wise declared himself, in favoue of disendowment, but not of disestablish, ment. While sympathizing with the Bishop of Durham'a plea for a vindication of the Church of England's spiritual in de...

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