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DRUM OF PETROL STOLEN [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

DRUM OF PETROt STOLEN ?' , A gate ot the yard used by. Mr; H. C. Bleigh, oil merchant,- at Alberton, wai forced on Monday night and a drum con taining 42 ' gallons of petrol valued -at . £3 13/ was removed.' The thieves are believed to have rolled* the drum out of the yard and placed it on a trolly.

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
DAM TO COST £1,250,000 Great Addition to Perth Water Supply PERTH, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

DAM m COST £U50,080 Great Addition to Perth iPERTH, Tuesday. Tlie Jlinuter for JMetropoutan water Supply (Mrt McCallum). stated to-day that Cabinet had decided to make available £20;000 for this financail year, as the first expenditure on a uanning resjrvuir.wii' a capacity of 1U.0OO million gsUoos. '. This will be two and a half times the size of tbs Mundaring Eeservoir end irill coat about £1,250,000. The work is expected to occupy be tween five and six year*.. Solid granite foundations have, been found at a' depth of from 7 -ft. to 8. ft. It will be one of the big dams of the world, and will provide for the increase in consumption expected in the metropoli tan are* within the-ne^t'15 or 16 years.'

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GLENELG SHOWMEN Mayor Refuses to Receive Deputation [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

GLENELgSHQWMEN Mayor Refuses to Receive - ^Deputation The mayor of Glenelg (Mr. J. W. Suth erland) was requested on Monday by Aid. Dring to receive a deputation from the showmen tenants of the foreshore, on cer* uuu iun tiers mey ueairca io oriDg Deiore the notice of the council. Standing orders, which provide that such a request should be made in writing two days before the meeting of the council, not having been observed, the mayor used his prerogative and refused to receive the deputation. At the meeting of the council last night Aid. Dring. in explanation, stated that on 8unday last he had been approached by four of tho showmen. They asked him to arrange for a deputation to wait upon the council. As he had not given the usual notice in writing the mayor refused to accede to'the request. He desired to moy*: 'Tbat the mayor receive the depu tation at the next meeting of the council.' The Mayor— Why not let them make another request? Aid. Dring said lie thought it would save the me...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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WORKLESS TO EARN RELIEF NEW SCHEME STARTED [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

WORKLESS TO EARN RELIEF NEW SCHEME STARTED Owing to the trade depression tbat has manifested itself in the State in recent months, many workers have been thrown out. of emnlovment and reduced to most straitened circumstances. In desperation they have1 had to seek destitute relief. It is with a heavy heart that these have accepted rations. They have tramped wearily day after day seeking work; but sore against their wl'l they have had to resort to the temporary they hope very temporary— expedient o: public relief. Their one desire is to ob tain work. Meanwhile, the drain upon the resources o! the funds of the Children's Welfare and Public Relief Board has been heacy. For the week ended December 11 last the cost was £1,481 12/1. The proposal has been made— 'Why not let those to whom relief is given earn it?' and with the object of achieving this the board has circularized local governing bodies, in whose territories relief is being given, soliciting their co-operation.' It is proposed ...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET UNITED CHURCH ASSOCIATION PREMIERSHIP TABLE A Grade [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

eRKKET UNITED CHURCH ASSOCIATION PREMIERSHIP TABLE. : ,-..-J. ' '. AGnd* . . .' ??'?'': W.'. U' B, Vf-. North Adelaide Baptist «.-'«. 5-2 —.',16 WoodviUe. ltcthodlrt .« .. ?? 5 2 ,r- ? 18 Unley Mtlhodlst .-. .. ..... 6 8 — r. ?6 Norman Memorial ?,. ... .. .4, ,8;^^-18 St. Cuthbert'i ? 2 5 '— . 8 Hlndmarsh Place .... ,. .? — ' 7. r—.rr BQradi, N». 1 . '* Prospect North Methodist . . ? 7 ., ~ ' i- ' ki Wellington Square Methodljt . 5. 2- — .. 1« Edwardstown Mrthodirt .. .. 4 8. ?^-.UJ,- Norwood Mission ........ 2 6 —.--6 St. Bartholomew A .« .. .. 2 '5' ,-^r-.-5 St. James .. ..' .. .. ;.' .y. 1 ? '6' — ; r:i B Grade, No. 2 .-. ?--;-'.J' Manthorpe Memorial ...... 5 - 1 ., J . 17 Unley Patk Baptlit .. .; '.« . * : 1 2. ..17 St. Barnabas .. .; ':.'* ..- * 8 — 14 Maylands Methodist .. »« ?? 2 ' 3 .S-,- 9 Splcer Memorial .. .. »i ??. . 2- :4 . 1. 7 Walkerville Methodist ...,-. 1. 8, — ? --? COndt.Ns.l-:'. . Orlngham McftodUt ...... .-'«. — ' I ? ?»l St. Mark's ? ..' ?? '*? ?»:? 'l.jH Woodv...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

, ,ROSELLA.X11AS PUDDINGS.. - - *Tne^proof of tha pudding i« the eating g.Bofeh.Tudafogs; ? .' - .02 -.

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WOODEND TO-DAY [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

WOODEND 'TOMK ?t OA (Adilild. ttm»)— MAIDEN PLATE J..UU FIVB and a 1.JI tva\0Iigl -. - '?'???-? ?tr-ft'. ? it li 3reamHope.(2) .8 11.. Kflmally (SO) . .7-8 Prince SaUtli Little Lola (8).' 7 7 (») ...... 8- -7 Submit (6) . -. 7 ;--6 Iweet Berry (IS) 8 6 Ma«;Istrate . (8):7 .6 », Flavian (18) 8 8 Present Again - ? Ml Prophet («) 8 4 (IS) . ? . 7 5 Tamarine (4) . 8 S 'PoisUrt (11) . 7 4 Precocious (10) .8 .8 Final Hose (1*) 7 -0: Anax (1«) ... 8 8 . Lady Aalceaton: ?. - Bourse (1) .'.- 8 2 (19) -. . . . 70 rrinculo (7) . . 7 13 lody Berrimufc -.-.. Harelam (17) . 1 10 . U*)'i . .!. t P 9— MAYFIELD HANDICAP ^ ' Five fnrlongs - Switzerland (4) 8 IS -Ironbark (8) . . 7. 2 Pootaac (10) . 8 7: Uttle Bedferi Hemarmy (0) .' 8 4- (V) .... '7 2 Shady Nopk (8) 7 12 Credit («);.?, 7 2 Teddy H. (1) . 7 11 Treasury Bond . Bartii'(8- .'.-' 7.--0 (5)..r.#J 7 Q Trillo (2) . ,-i 7 S : * .'-. O OA— SUMMER CUP *'W Nino and a haU (irrlongi BnSlihe (8). . 0 .5.. Sabretache (9), ' 7* 3 Pinnacle (7) . 8 3 Uo...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

INDEX TO'APVERTBEMENTS Amusements ? ?? - Auctions- ? J8 Board and Lodging .. ..;.. .. '? 15 Businesses and Partnerships .... 2 Carriers ? 15 Commonwealth Government .... 2 Companies and Societies ? 2 Dogs ? 2 Education ? - Funeral Notices .. ' ? 2 , , Government Advertisements .... 2 holiday Resorts, Hotels, &c ? 15 legal Notices ? 2 Medical ? : ? 2 : Mining... ? 2 Miscellaneous .. .'. * ? 16 Money ? 10 ' Motors and Cycles ..' ? 15 Offices, Warehouses, and Shops to ?Let .; .. : ? 15 idlOM Wanted ..- ? 16 Poultry, Birds, &c. -. .'. ..' .. -? 15 . Professional -Engagements ? 16 Properties for Sale ? 15 Properties Wanted ? 15 Public Notices ? 2 ' Shipping ? t. .. 1.2 Situations Wanted .. ..'. ? 16 . Tenders .. ., ? \- .. ?- 15 'To Let ? 15 Wanted to Buy ? » ? 2 1 Ranted to Sell .. ..V. .. ..;.. .. 2

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CHEOSAN'S GOOD GALLOP Work on the Tracks Morphettyille Trials. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

CHEOSAN'S GOOD GALLOP Work on the Tracks Morphettville Trials. . Cheosan, which failed badly In her ;« races at the -Christmas and ' 'New Year- Meetings, galloped well at Morphettville on Tuesday morn ing. Accompanied ay. raraiiana, '?' she ran a mile on the course proper, in 1.445. ' 1 The pair are engaged In the Licensed Victuallers' Handicap at Victoria Park on Saturday. At Morphettville on Tuesday- morning on 'the course proper, which was good going 10 yards from the inside rails, Ca nunda went' seven furlongs.. in 133}. As ton Lassie ran fire furlongs in 1:10. Mag dalene . covered ': seven -furlongs T-in.'; 1 35. Anton Prince registered '1J20J- for. six' fur- longs. . . ' Farallana and Cheosan' -did well, and got to the terminus of a mile in, 1.442. They ran the; last four, furlongs', jn 52J. Yatala_ sped over' four furlongs in Si\. Five furlongs in 1.3 was booked to Frond. Nadeau left a mile behind in 1.48}. Mm gnri and Screen Star recorded 1.34i for seven furlongs.- Tirailleu...

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TERRIBLE FALL FROM 4th FLOOR Wire Rope of Crane Broke SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

[TERRIBLE FALL FROM 4th FLOOR iWire Rope -of Crane Broke SYDNEY. Tuesday. Edward Maloney (50), a dogman, leu 60 ft., with a crate of bricks when tho wire- rope of' the' crane broke at Mark Foy's Building 'in Elizabeth street, to-day. ? The crate of bricks, with Maloney riding en it.had reached the level of the fourth floor, when the rope broke. 1 Maloney received a fracture of the skull and other severe injuries, and was' -ad1 jnitted tohospital in, a critical condition. .'Frederick. ^Marshall), the driver of the motor wagon which had brought tho bricks, had stepped off the lorry just aa the bricks, crashed) on it. i

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LAWN TENNIS MILANG V. STRATHALBYN. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

LAWN .TENNIS MILANQ V. STRATHALBYN. Saturday, md pUjcd the local team, . wliich won easily. HeralU:— D. W. Biggins and Henry BuTKJs (M.) beat K. H. Loechel and H. Mauud -S.). 6— T; Alfred Higgins. and W. H. Jloa^ beat D. Caldwcll and K. Jarvlj, fl — 5; J. Wood row and D. J. Turvey lost to H. Jackson and J. Held, 5 — 6: L. V. Turvoy and D. Pearson lost to. 0. Clifford and V. Laucke, S— «; Miss Annie Moar 4nd Miss Elra Crcmer lost to Miss t Castlo and Mr*. L. C. Keinpe. 2—6; Miss Sub; Howard and Miss N. Cremn lost to Mn. H. Manuel and Mrs. I.. Kobilliard. 0—6: Miss Tean Overall and Miss Dorothy Poarson lost to Uln G. Johnston and E. Doig, 1—0; D. W. Higglns beat J.'. B. Locchcl. C — 1: A. HIee'1' lost to B. Jackson, 1 — 6; H. W. Mtur lost to D. Caldwcll, 5—0: Henry Burgess lest to U. Manuel. S — 0: j; Woodrow lost to K. Jani*. J — 8; D. J. Turvcy lost to J. Read, 4 — 0; h ?. Turrej- lort to V. laucke. 2 — 0; D. Pearson lost to O. Clifford, i — 8; Miss A. Moar lost o Miss E. Castle, 3 ...

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PENINSULA COPPER Rumoured Mining Activity [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

PENINSULA COPPER Rumoured Mining Activity The- substantial advance in the jirice of copper is of vast impor tance to the peninsula- mining dis trict, and speculation is nfc ?s to * -wnat we mwmave uu^«« v* ??*- 'satisfactory state of the market ? will.be on the mining industry. Standard copper has reached £75, and as Wallaroo.' copper commanded prices as 'best select,1' this means that the price irnow ta the region of £80. This figure, when the industry was in full operation, ^t^peneftatthe cementation ?works are to be reestablished, and there ire rumour* of other activities. The opinion is freely expressed that the time is opportune for a revival of the industry, and it is hoped that should the price be maintained, something will be Sorie to further explore proved lodes, pa develop in country that is copper bearing.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MEETING AT PORT PIRIE TO DISCUSS WATER SHORTAGE . PORT PIRIE. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

MEETING AT-PORT PIR1E TO DISCUSS WATER SHORTAGE PORT PIRIE. Tuesday. The meeting' to consider the water shortage question, to be held to-morrow .night, nrgmSes to' be a large and rcpre sentntive^one; . Besides -,the Commissioner of Public Works (Hon. M. Mclntosh), the Hydraulic Engineer (Mr. H. E. BellamyK 'Government GeologiFt fDr. Keith Ward), the Hon L. L. Hill (Leader of the Oppos:tipn), . numerous northern Parliamentary representatives, have signified their intention of being pre sent. ? . :- . Arranzements for, puttine1 the serio'ns nature of the position in all its bearings before theVvfritors hre being made by the mayor (Mr.; C. A. Dcgenhardt).

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NEW SEAMEN'S UNION Opposed by Local Members [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

NEW SEAMEN'S UNION Opposed by Local Members A special meeting of the Port. Adelaide branch of the Seamen's Union of Aus tralasia was' held yesterday, when about .100 members were - present. it was aectaea to release we secretary (Mr. P. McKernan) from duty so as to enable him to -attend the Arbitration Court on January 15 in Melbourne, when the application for registration, of the Australian Seamen's Union will be dealt with. The Seamen's Union of Austral asia is opposing the application, and it was arranged that Mr. McKernan should leave for Melbourne last night to give support to the opposition being put for ward by the' committee of management of the- Federation. Mr. D. Gibson (president) was ap pointed to act as secretary during the absence of Mr. McKernan. After1 the meeting it was reported that nearly all. the members of the South Australian branch whose names had been included in the- application for registration of the Australian Seamen's Union had with drawn their support. ...

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BOWLS LAIDLAW ELECTRIC LIGHT PENNANT ST. PETERS V. WEST PARK [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

BOWLS LAIDUW ELECTRIC LIGHT PENNANT 8T. PETERS V. WEST PARK I ;? 3*. Prtin, 84 i - Oampbell, Qulgley, Barlow, Beck .;„,.«? S3 WhitBeld, 8parrow, Caterer, Bowen '.«'.! 16/ Qrumnutt, Oockt, Holford, Folglasa ,.i '.{ S8 Bands, lolly, BItnch, 8ind- . . ,, '.., JJ 38 Wwl P«rk, 80 Oow, HtKffl,Caihmorei Hirehant .. *, „ 14 I. Pitcher, James, Smerdon, Wyett ,i ',, 18 Btor. q. Pitcher, DawUns, BeckneU .. '.I it Syan, Leal, ' Wallmann, Kcough ...... is ; PARKSIOB V. KENSINGTON GARDENS Ptrksld*, 80 irchibald, Mitchell, McArtiur, McKenny „ 2J Prince, McCloud, P. Ward, Lowe .. . . TT li Drew, Bowman, Hall, Cochrane ? 21 Ellis, Payne, Cole, A. F. Chinner .. ... .^ 21 Kensington Qardtns, 76 SUmp, Whitchead, Isaaoon, . Splctr ,r ?,. 28 Hunwick, Overton, Knox, Wheeler .. ...2 19 Wright, Chinnery, Bagless, Ererett .« '., 18 Mutton, -Slmes, Witcomb, Paull .. .'. ?',, 16 ALBERTON OVAL V. KESWICK Alberlon Oral, 100 Renthrey, Durham, Johns, Keen ►♦.»., 30 Hodsdon, Watson, Swan, Wright ? 24 Williams,- Oar...

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THE MAN ON THE LAND FORTY-BUSHEL CROPS. Fertile Midland District [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

THE 1MN ON THE TJU»d; :FORTY-BUSHEt. CROPS. Fertile Midland District Beporting upon the reoult ot the- jJIiq lanil district wheat crop . competition, the judge. Air. W. C. Johnston (agricultural instructor) announces that some excellent 'ielus are -expected, ana su DUBueis to he acre will be reached in a few; in tances, but a 10-bag average will be at ained in quite a number of cases. In nany fields the- grain has ripened far too luickly, and will thus be a little pinched, n fact, a light weight per bushel . is ilmost certain throughout this district. Out of 71 entries, . Federation -wheat, rith 25 exhibits, was the most popular ?ariety, ' followed by Nabawa (13), Vannon (8), Bena (7), Sultan, Ford, and L'urvey (4 each), \\a»ata!i (3), 2 each ot )aphne,- Onas, Nugget, and Gallipoh; fhile one' crop each ot. Leak's Rust Proof, fondling, Nizam, King's White, Florence,' Canaan, .Tuela, Werribee No'. 3, Sepoy. Danv Merriden, and Marshall's No. . 3.' Dbe middle of June was the most popu a...

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RADIO EGGLAYING COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

RADIO EGQLAYING COMPETITION Scores, of the Radio. Poultry Oub duck teymg competition being conducted on the property of Mr.^A/M. Whittenbury, Magill. Scores from -April 1, 1928, to January 5, 1929:- ' - .-' ?' Sindes.— W. A. , Wilton, . Vic. (W JL), 283, 279, and 260; M.'G. Leech (K.C.), 258, 252, and 249. Teams of Three.— W. A. Wilton (W.R.). 822: M. G. Leech (K.C.), 759;. O. W. Bishop (F.R.), 696; M. G. Leech (K.C.), 689; O. W. Bishop (F. and W.), 608; Miss H. O'Conner (P.ekins), 481. Teams of Six.-M. G. Leech (K.C.), 1,448; O. W. Bishop (F. and W.), 1,304. Scores of the 5CL Radio Poultry Oub egglaymg competition being conducted under the management of Mr. A. M. Whit tenbury, at Magill road. Scores from April 1, 1928. to January .5, 1929:— Singles, White Leghorns;— L. Beaumont, 220 and. 203; W. Smith, 196; L; Beaumont, 1M; C. J. C. Burton, 188; W. C. Millan, 187. ..' Teams of Three, White Leghorns.— L. Beaumont. 617; C. J. C. Burton. 553; W. Smith, «6 and 528; W. C Millan, 514; L:...

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MAJESTIC THEATRE [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

MAJESTIC THEATRE The present bill st the Majestic Theatre still finds the greatest favour with patrons who flock to both performances daily.' The Dpening item. 'HaDDV Ideas.' is a noveltv uuu hoc omy we Bingmg oi uream Kisses,' but also the attractive dancing which follows, is unique. Mr. Gerald makes his entrance into this part of the bill in a manner which is also new. With Mr. Dale, the popular f unmake; executes i dance which is very clever, and proves in' a- conclusive manner that his talents are not confined to acting and Binging. In all of these 'Happy Ideas,' the entire company appear and do themselves full justice. Heaton and Una Barnes em phasize 'The Poetry of Motion,' a dance that is graceful and acrobatic. The finale of this half of the programme is notice' able for come remarkably fine lighting effects. The revue which follows, 'Oh, Mum,' gives Mr. Gerald scope for the display of his talents, and he never misses an opportunity. Mr. Gerald's 'Mrs. Muggins' is a fine pie...

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"SAVE THE ELMS" CHAMPIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

'SAVE THE ELMS' CHAMPIONS Three well-known Adelaide -citizens who will move and second resolutions at the' 'Save the Elms' protest meeting at the Town Hall tomorrow night .-SIR EDWARO LUCAS .-SIR EDWARO LUCAS DR. C. H, SOUTER DR. C. H, SOUTER SIR HENRY NEWLAND SIR HENRY NEWLAND

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CANCER SPECIALIST ARRIVES Will Lecture on Disease in New Zealand FREMANTLE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

CANCER SPECIALIST ARRIVES Will Lecture oil Disease in New Zealand -.- ,' FREMANTtE, Tuesday. 'Among the passengers on tne ursova irhicK reached Fremantle to-day, is Dr. (V. 8.Handley, a Harley street (London) specialist on cancer, who ia travelling to dew Zealand to deliver an address on that disease before, the New Zealand branch of the British Medical Association. He will deliver lectures in Melbourne and Sydney before leaving for 'the Do minion. When interviewed to-day, he said that as a result of recent research, there was a more hopeful feeling in scientific circles that cancer would respond to treatment. .

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