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HOUSEHOLD PRODUCE. WHOLESALE PRICES [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

HOUSEHOLD PRODUCE. , WHOLESALE PRICES , WHEAT.— -Local market quotations : lor ' growers' ' lots per bushel on trucks Port- Adelaidej 4/5i to 4/6, January. ? ? ? CORNSACKS.— Merchants' quotations for farmers' lots, 10/3 per dozen on . trucks, Port Adelaide, for new season's delivery. FLOUR.— Up to £11 2/6. delivered in city and suburbs, less 5/ concession , for cash. ?. - ' BRAN.— Net price, np to £5 12/6 per ton on tracks mill- door in minimum truck loads; lesser quantities (not . less than half a ton), up. to 1/5 per ? bushel delivered in metropolitan area. POLLARD.— Net price, np to £6 ? per ton on trucks mill door, in mini mum- truck loads; lesser quantities (not less than half a ton), up to 1/6 per bushel delivered at metropolitan '. area. BARLEY.— New sesson's No. 1 Eng- ? lish malting, about 3/3 per bushel on trucks Fort. Adelaide. ' ' OATS.— New season's good feed ; Algerian, about 2/6 to 2/7 per bushel on trucks Port Adelaide. ? ? CHAFF (cutters' distributing prices). —On t...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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Trade, Finance, and Mining TRADE TOPICS ADELAIDE CEMENT COMPANY [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

Trade, Financed ''^';Kfining' TRADE TOPICS — ? ♦ . ? .? . ADELAIDE CEMENT COMPANY For the six montty ended' November, 30, 1928. the directors o£ the Adelaide Cement Company, limited,' 'have declared the fol lowing dividetfds/— 1/6 pft share on the fully paid ordinary; -8d. on the contribut ing ordinary, . and at the rate o£ 8 per cent, per annum on the preference shares of the company. - The transfer registers will be closed from January 25 to 31, both dates ? inclusive, ' and dividend wararnts tyosted to shareholders on January 31. ? WHEAT MARKETS STEADY The overseas wheat market was steadier, fcith a little more enquiry, according to private cable advices received in Ade laide on Tuesday, from London. Two parcels of 500 tons, January and February shipment respectively, were sold to Naples «t'46/3.;r Parcels ex the Rhexenor. at 44/8; ex the Moretoh Bay, from Western Australia, at 44/6; ex the Delphic, at 45/; and ? ex the Mongolia, near-at-hand. at 44/3, were also disposed of. No. ...

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

V ^. AUCTJONS; , A BSTBACT OP SALES ; BY AyCTION -O---'- -? THIS DAY. ??? Ji VA. Sando &'? SonB.— At Canterbury terrace, iCIarence Park, at two— Household Furniture. A. E. Hill * Co.— At Hall Court at twelve — live poultry. ? I. - . ' . ?£: E. HALL & Cty LTD., PRObUCE MERCHASTS AKD BDTTER^MAIfU FAOTDHEKS, HAIi COURT, OFF WATHOUTH ? - . STREET. live Poulfay Sales every Tuesday, Wednesday, and'Friday at 12 o'clock.- - : ' ?' Stwfo , .-,. - ? '. -~' ~ ~m~' . .THIS DAY (WEDNESDAY), at TWO - AT^TE^UK TER^CE^anpo^te Railway J.'' A. SANDO & SON are initructed 1-t MR. F. H. TAYLOR (vfho has ?1*gS£3Hiusi3Ba * TABLE.- DIN1KO SUITE and Conch, rAX- -SI1NSTER. CARPKTS,, MorrU and cllici -'Chain. Radiator,- Pic^uros, Curtains, Blindi, 'TABLES, Door1 Slot, an.l BmJDAK^BED. BOOM SUITES, Oak tnd Iron BEDSTE.U), ? Beddiiur, Toilet SeU, Safe, Kitchen Utensils, ? ; Linoleum,' Scales,' Wringer, Carpet Sweeper, .ColdweU Lawn . Mower, 'Spray Pump, LR. ?Host,.' Garden Tools, and lot...

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

'f\ j j| CRICKET WARE V \# 11 TCI OO I kats by Prosser, Widen, Quaife. ' and Biuiey ^^ **»-*'»^^r*' Bm1 -g^ Balls- Bowk- he$t ^celite'^and - -'^*L ' - ' others.- Croquet Mallets and Balls, iTfimPS TENNIS ^** d'XXJ.V/O Tennis Rackets, by Slazenger. Prosser, BUssey, season 1028-9. . i Ayres, and Jacques. Tennis Balls and Nets. COLTON, PALMER & PRESTON, LTD. | ' , CURBIE STBEET, ADELAIDE. ? -L---J unuMiinnmDnniimnutinilmnnmUtniinintnniHIuniiunii «*«(?-« on

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

Irresisrible Bai oain Attracrions V^Q^A^jflfl^^H^BS^^^^^ Thousands of odd lines, in dependable Quality Goods, ??|^^^^^55**^^^^ the 'aftermath of the past six months' shopping l^^^^^^^ rush— all have now been ruthlessly, reduced for speedy after-stocktaking clear ance. In every department throughout this great Emporium many lines have been cut in price regardless of cost. Here for those who are quick to take advantage of a Bargain, are gre^at opportunities to buy seasonable needs at sensational prices. -(- * '. |M|np Fuji Frocks Drastically Terctl!? ^ llntcii Aprons, l/o eacn * ''??%?'? * , 'w-».-english made plain - JUJ03— Ladies' Dutch, Aprons, ' MM § J ' ' ? ' ' 3iKRCERISED;IiISLE- HOSE, seamed fashioned in a fascinatingly figured' -- ' W\ OmmEWM^Om* ' 1)ack- long -legs, -assorted colours and Cotton Foulard, trimmed with, ? IICIIUWVU eizes. ' ' contrasting shades in Linenne, in a ? ' STOCKTAKING SPECIAL, 2/6 ^sTomikiN^sPEc^;'^- This clearance of Summer Frocks provides bar- ' , ' P...

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THEIR NAME LIVETH FOR EVERMORE [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

THEIR NAME LIVETH FOR EVERMORE .-?';..' . ' ' ... ^BENNETT*— Ptq..' C. P. .Bennett,. 3rd Llpfct ,'*- - BOUVrrfo ,lovlnV:fi««--nr ot ^*y-?'-2S£ ? oli ruu n»fn «hn m killed in action jBolt.,Pompoota. ?-...? iBOWYER.— Sat. S. E. Bo*yer, Srd ugni X^ytowtW* W action on »lh January, ?391V '.?':-. -?;??.'??? . ;. ;;; *?? ' BROWN^-Ptc. B. W. Brown, of 3rd Light HonBV'ho-M klllei' in action on 9th -January. int. ? '-' ? . ? ' ? ? ? ' ? i ' ' ???ELLi&JWe.''H^E. Hlli; or 8U1 Vicld Ambtt . 'Isaot.' whotdied on tne-Oth January, 1910. '-' JACKSON— PU. Ij. Jaduon, of 48th Bat Ullon/dlea ot woandron »th January, 1»1.. ? ?.KEl.UY.-rTo- tho dear and honoured memory of. our only too aod brother, J-».-Cpl. ''Set Keiy.J-)th Field Enjlneeri, who -n* Villed In action in France, 'on' the 8th .January, J917.. .„.,:: .' . rtfirfEBTS.— Pte.'C. BobtrU, Srd Xfeut. Horw, Vtant»» MUtdin action on 9th January, m.. : rBbOTRk-^Set. E.-A.' Hosen. ol'SrfXi^ht Hoik, who wiY killed In action at Bafa.on Oth Janua...

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

- T^IECDTOB TBUSTES AND AQESOY -.J2i - COMPASS. OK 8^., LIUIIEI). - 22 Grenfell street. Adebtdo. - Subscribed Capital and Benrre .. £483,000 \ .??? '? ? V DIBEOTOBS— ' W. HEEBEBT PHILUPS (Oxitmin). ? ..A. C'llYMILL, O.-J. COWIE. 3. U. QOSSB. . OLEKNLEaOE. P. H. HUPSOH. :. Paitoral and JtrfMltinal Inipertor. Charto ? Gri«T«; Munjtr, E. W. WttiLUISON, '..... * ' ? ' . ? , ... *S*tayo T71QUAL TO NEW.— Your Armchairs, 'Suite, or ?& Furaltnrr or Badding- quickly and cheap'* ? HOOPEB. Eindler strest,' Adelaide. ? ???? . ? . . ? ?Qlmwtc rfn:a. «?:?: a r.oo b. ? ? '. ? UL : .x Lading Melbocnu Dally for orer 80 years'.- ' ATl'thd oem glreo brightly In .- pictnm sad story. Special features : '? every day. ' ' : T H B ? AOBTBALA8IAK. ??'.?:.-.vA-V-HitJoMl-W«Uj,. completely, fflw; '.- ? V tiatea tea eovtr to cover. BesotWul ?p'cftna produced by «-? l»t«t to«W . ?.?; to 'picture' proem, ladndlaj eoloarea \ ? -floo'leols. Gordon ft OoU* WJ'I»-*'{{!;- m^^^rsaswaf AurtT ???'?-.?? ..??-,??: ...

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AMUSEMENTS "THE BARKER" AT WEST'S [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

AMUSEiMENTS 'THE BARKER' AT WEST'S .'The Barker,' now being screened at West's -Oljrnpia Theatre, is -a. story o! a typical American street carnival, as it ran in the eld days. Dorothy Mackail is h \ttiup who iatis in. JU\e niiu iier viuliii Donelaa Fairbanks, jun., is the boy. Mil ton Sills plays the leading role, and Betty Cpmpson is -another popular «tar in the picture. 'Husbands for Rent' is the other. drama on the programme. Owen Moore and Helene Costello have the lead ing roles. On tbe stage tho Sunshine Children present a delightful entertain ment, including dances and novelty bal lets. ?'. There is -a most 'interesting sup porting programme ,-tnd West's -Viceregal Orchestra plays a fine programme of music throughout. ? ? ? ? ' 'CHIEF LITTLE ELK' ''Chief Little Elk' is an hereditary chieftain of the.*Sious tribe. -This triba of- 'American Indians originally lived iu the -west of the Misiissipi. They were originally conspicuous for their' physical strength and indomitable cour...

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The Register ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9,1929. THE ABORIGINAL ANTIFEMINIST [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

Wit Jtfljijitf. ADELAIDE: ' -WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1929. THE ABORIGINAL ANTI FEMUNIST It may be objected that, if Miss Annie Lock, the altruistic lady miu sionary of Harden's Soak, would really be 'quite happy to marry a black' this o uivreiy a qucsuun 01 muiviQuai i»sie, ind does not cQnpern' her . white sirtere n the least, who are equally free to nake a;eelection from among the mar ?iageabje. ? males, of a diversified lumanity. The announcement of Miss Lock's supposed preference for an iboriginal spouse, .'however, has raised numerous related issues of - considerable mportancc and complexity,' and the re- iultant debate, shows signs of being pro bund, and possibly a trifle acrim'onious. Disputants . are . never lacking, fot ??cample, when the general question ot nisaonarj' endeavour among savages ?ffers itself for discuseion; and even Miss Lock's reported matrimonial lean ings bid fair to. be largely overlooked, in a fresh and spirited exchange of recriminations- between the outb...

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PROPOSED NEW HOSPITAL FOR WOMEN. Scheme Held Up By Lack of Funds. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

PROPOSED NEW HOS PITAL F0R.WQMEN. Scheme Held Up By Lick .:?'' -,,?- :-of,-Fun4«;:'- .?,r::r Plans have bean, drawn up by the Got* ernment, and (H. details, worked out for the building. of' a women's hospital- -in Adelaide. * ' '?? ? ? :' V/hen tn« C!hief SecreUry Hon. H. Taisie) was ? approached ? on ' the l matter yesterday, ha stated tbat the scheme had not been included in the last Budget be cause of the lack of money. Should things b« more favourable next rear, it will be included in the Estimates.' ? It is known that- most', branches of the Adelaide Hospita.1 Jiave nude urwot rfr questa that funds be placed: at th«ir di« posal,.. and it has not been' ponibl« to satisfy these, demands. -. . -The -hospital for women, when it Is built, will be part of 'the Adelaide Hoi pital, and consequently a Government in stitution. , . ? \ ? ' ? , :-

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ASSAULT AND ROBBERY ALLEGED Bar-room Altercation and its Sequel [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

ASSAUI/TW* ROB BERY ALLEGED Bar-room Altercation -and its Sequel Jame» Gregory poyne.of -Adelaide, was charged in the Adelaide Police Court ap. 2 yesterday before Mr. H. M. Muirhead, S.M.. with haviDB. on December 21, a*' lauitea ana rooDeq «awara -i. oqepuau. in Commercial lane, Adelaide. Accused iras not represented by counsol, Mr, L Qpnd '(police prosecutor), in 'opening the rate, laid that at 3,45 pau. on the -Uy In question, Shejehan entered, the front bar o(f the Xapoleon Hotel, He. tear \an and some other men, there.' -. .Ac rated asked witness for. money, and Shee ban replied. 'Go and »ek your banker for some; I have none.'V': Awgned then threw him to the floor. At 6 o'clock Sheahan left the' bar «,nd proceeded (o Grenfell ^ street. jHa. The. . Register lane. While th.'ere he counted his money, which included 9, £5 note, and two . £1 - notes, tie then proceeded to 'Commercial lane, -nd accumd -$nw up behind him, Btruek him two violent blows with his clenched Sst, and kicked ...

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BROADCASTING 5DN Adelaide—313 Metres [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

BR0ADCAS17NG 5IiN -Aila-ls.iJi-^.313 M«W»t 7— g:p.O. chlme-.' . : ' 7,a— Turi«-iD numbers. . 7.5— THE CMU-nE.\'.S SESSION'. coniUting al Bedtime Stories and Musical .Vumbera for the Uttle Onts. conducted by DADDY LONOUQS. 7.50— THE EVESISO NEWS SERVICE, sqp plled- exclusively to 5B.N by the proprietors ol THE SEWH. S — Resume of to-nlglit'a prosranroe: — A Pro rramme ol PARLOPKONK ItecORDINQS, sop -»«d and (elected by M«uts. HAVERY'3, UU1 ED, o( Rundle street, AdtUide. «.l— EDITH LORAKD ORCHESTRA, 'Song of Autumn' (Waldtcutel). 'The Flower'' Dnara' (Translateur). 8.9— OEOROE SOP.LIK (baritone), 'Beauti- ful' (Shay), 'Get Out and Get Undir.tha Moon' (Tobias). ?' - ? ..-. 84«— SAU LAKK'S OBCKF^TBA, 'If Yeu Dont lore Ma' (Afer), 'Ten LitUt Stiles from Town'. (Schoebel). - «,J8— THE IBMLER CHOIR, 'Are M.rla' (ArcUelt), 'Olory Jfow to Thtt be ? Given' (BaclO. s.82~ ROBERT HOWE (btrltohs). 'Cljonn Omtitmta' (Lohr), 'The Blue Dragoons' (Rus 1.41— BAIE DA COSTA (pianoforte), ''Lutky In Lore...

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SHARE MARKET METALS FIRMER Barriers Continue Upward [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

SHARE MARKET ?' MEtALS FIRMER Btutiers Continue Upward ? On Tuesday the -local market lor .--.; . Barriers reflected the ; further ad: ; ?; ? vances in the overseas quitatiqns . . for lead and spelter and .the. prin- - cipal- stocks had moderate, attend. .; . tion.. Other mining issues were- . ; .slow, but Lake View and Star con- ? ' . -tinued on the up grade. Common-.' . . .wealth loans supplied increased : turnover, with values inclined to . . move in favour of holders,' and. ' '- industrials held firm.' ' . .,-'?- THE DAY'S TRADE } ?'; . The course of the Adelaide market- is apparent at a glance from the following statement of rises and falls, baged on the closing ea!e3 on Monday, in comparison with those previously reported in '.The Kegister:— ? ' ?'?-'-.??; rises ?.»:*-,:. Commonwealth 5i per cent., 1931 ~/L- '5/] Commonwealth 5$'per cent., -1941'..' -5/ J S-A. Brewing' .... .. ... I. ..:..- '9a: fresco Fertilizers, ? new issue. ...... Idi Dunlop Rubber ord. .. .. :. '-.-.'. -?...

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

BOArtP' AND CODCINQ A 8CPOJI0B-atl'je8T tfOMEi LAXET GJST, ^ 19* Wakiirfd strett. Taorocies for Gnests, Single and Double Bed MilH.Rqomi, . A1J conTtRlencti. E-ceIItnt sble; tariff modsrits; lornp,' girtie. Phon Hit. -Fife min. O.P.O. ' B BPWARDJ Hote), Xcwnwrkel, BeO. Brtak , ftst.tgtat 6/, Fu'd Tariff from 11/. imBi ? . . ; .' jvms [/MR Lofty -.FTOiit Bedrcov; dialog room, W .fqnished. use. kjtclieq,- pslhropais. tin odtion, two minutei car. 'Knlghtsbridgt,' hls^oBet. ????-- _ . , ( . Bj'Ss pWO Oity Busimis MtJt require Furnished Flat, *? ' central positltn. ??-. Apply 4Ce»tral,' -.thisj See.^ ?? ? -;-:-. -? --..~ . - ... B8'» CTAOAXCDM forinralid* and -Age*, piitoos, V M Pnjey ; jea|,.; ObJ^ . ': ., Fftnt . Unley '***'i ? '. ;'.?' . ? ? ' ;' 'W*7« HOLIDAY RW0RT8, HOTEl,^, tc. EPWAKP-S flotel Se«marl«tr..Bid. BreaT fist frora «/. F«U. Twi^ttoin-aJ/. '»»»«?. '.:? . . . ..' ? inii CpWLET, 'Mimosa,'1 Eijlinidc; I JuV Home *-*- tw Vilitors wTcrBiMBtt.'-'PUeiie L8SS8. In. Bhort. ? ? , ...

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TUESDAY'S STOCK EXCHANGE BUSINESS [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

TOESDATTS STOCK EXCHANGE ; ?^^vBUSNESSv.': ??:.?.:? The following transactions refer to business In multiples' of 50 and 100 (except in the case of syndicate* shares, which are in multiples of one) in stocks and shares on the official list of the Stock Exchange of Adelaide; In con nection with the Commonwealth loans, the halt yearly periods mentioned refer to the due dates ot interest payments.. Quotations in parentheses relate .to previous sales. B. and 8. represent closing buyers and sellers at 6.16 p.m.:— ' COMMONWEALTH BONDS. 5 Per Cent, due 19*8, March 15-8eptember-lB —Sales £100 10/. B. £100 1/8, ,a-£100 10/ ? 8} Per Cent, due 1931, June 1 S.December 15— B £100. - ? , : ' 51 Per Cent, due 1933, February. 15-August 15 —Sales f 101 16/, B. £101 16/, 8. £101 51 Per'-' Cent., due -1938,'. March ' 15-Septembet 15— B. f Ml 6/. & flOl 10/. . ? ? 51 Per Cent, due 1938; June 15-December 15 —a fioo 2/6, s..£ioo io/..-\ . -: - Hi Per Cent, due 19S8, February 15-Auiual 15 —Sales £...

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5KA, Adelaide—250 Metres, AFTERNOON [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

5KA, Adelaide— 250 Metres, Hfternoon 2.80— Duto- Art RecJUl— 'Gay But' Wistful,' So. » ' (Grainger); 'Impromptu,' Op. 36 (Chopin); 'Romance' (Pascal); 'Valie,' .Opj U. So: 1 (Wider); 'Alice' (Aseher); 'Tofgct ?me-not' (Macbeth). - ' ; S— ''Anne's'.' topical.tallt Jot ladies-. . ' ),8Q-~01«e down. ?':.?? ; ':..? ? ? UTE AFTERNOON. '. ':'.. 5 — Fred RIcb - Orchestra, 'Good 'News' (De Sylnt) and 'Lucky in Low' (Henderson), 5.7 — Johnny Marvin (tenor), 'Sweetheart Q'Mine' (Melreee) and 'Angel' .(Burnt). : 5.15— -Straude Artronome recital. : 8,81— Cillfornia Humming Birds, 'I Just Boll Along' (PtRoH) and 'She's a Qntt, Grctt Ofrl'r (Woodk). ' 6.38 — Organ tolas by Jeaie CrawtonJ; 'Out of the Dawn' (Donaldson) and 'My Angel' S.^t^-Ernest Mckinlay (tenor), 'He WaUta Aroha' (HU1) and 'Titi Torea' (Hill). 8.W— Troutfs Melody Artists, 'Tnuuportf tioq Blues.' . ?'.'?-.' 6— Close down. ' i ? -? -\ EARLY EVEHIN8 .- 6,10— Dlnenr mqsic by the - Fi«r Hclel Orchestra, relayed from tht Pitr Hotel. Gl...

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NEW ZEALAND WOOL SALE WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

NEW ZEALAND WOOL SALE ?WELLINGTON (N.Z.). Tuesday.' ?xne secontt unnstcnurch wool sale opened .with a good demand for all classes. Continental competition was particularly keen compared with the last- Christchurch sale. Jfnce9 lor medium, half-bred, and three-quarter bred showed a penny rise, and siiper wool a halfpenny. There was ah; average rise of from par 'to a half penny. . Half-bred made up to 24} ch three-quarter .bred to 20Jd., Corriedale to 24Wi, and crossbred N18Jd. Good pieces sold- well, the top price being 22d. BRISBANE MARKET BRISBANE, Tuesday. There were 17,325 bales offered' at the fourth series of the Brisbane wool salts to-day. ' Competition was very keen and general; Throughout the sales German and Japanese buyers were the principal operators, with good support from. French and Russian buyers. Bradford was par ticularly- quiet, and American operators were' completely out of the market. The best fleece wools were firm, but average fleeces and' all descriptions of s...

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MOSQUITO PLAGUE Man with Badly Bitten Face Visits Minister Fish Imported to Deal with Insect [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

-MOSQUITO PLABUE Man with Badly Bitten Face Visits Minister Fish Imported to Deal with '?;?? Insect Kisn-ick is suffering uom - a. plague of: mosquitoes, Tb« »tag nan't -water* of , the cr«f are. ' blamed for the nuisance, and ? yes ?'? Urday ? deputation- asked the : ,'' ConrnUsioner of Pnblii Worts for ' £2,000 qi-pnTt.of tne expense; tlwt ,-. - will be incurred in dealing -with the nuissn'ce. ~'- ' . ? * ?' ?- A» prlma {arie evidence, a Tntu whose face was covered '.with ? ' mosquito bites was. included in the - deputation. ? ? The Keswiek Creek 'trouble' has been a, hardy annual, having been brought ,to the notice of different; . Go vernments on and off for the list 15 years. Apparently little or nothing Has been done, but the chairman of the District Council of West.Tomns (Uv. A. J. L. ^Wilson) tcld too Commi»aion,el of Poblio Wofke (Hon. M. Mclntosh) yesterday that the local governing oflicitls. liad adopted the eld motto of 'if at .first you don't suc ceed, tvy^ 'try again.' ...

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

mn^NQTiGjBSr : Overseas and spedal snails -v1ll.tlosaat.us General Port -Ofnce, Adelaide; is.' shown hew under: — ????»'.? . ?....-. . ?.- - - .- 'UNITED KDJGDOM, CONTINENT, - EGYPT, INDIA, SINGAPORE. (Orama), due London Feb ruary- 9.. — Parcels — This .day — 1 p.nj. Money Orders — This dij — 4 p.m. Newspapers and PackeU-rThis day — 6 p.m. Letters an4'Com« merdal Packets — Thursday, January 10—10.30 a.m. (late fee, 12 noon). Supplementary, via Fremantle.— Registered Letta*— Thursday, Janu ary 10 — 6 p.m. Letters and Commercial Papers —Friday, January 11 — 8.S0 a.m. (late let, Ade laide Railway SUtlon, 9.4S a.m.). ' Latct Mails to United Kingddm— Latest closing da(es: — Via Sure (Narkund*). — Friday, January 18 (due London February 16), Via 8nes,(Oster. ley).— Friday, January 25 (due London February 23). Via Suez (Cathay).— Friday, -February 1 (due London March 2). Via Suez (Orson).— Friday, February 8 (due London March 9). Via Ssex (MoolUn). — Friday, February IS (due London Msreh 1...

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HAMMOND JUBILEE SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

HAMMOND JUBILEE SPORTS HAMMOND; January 5.— The Jnbllee *portf ter» hew- on January -1. Taking Jntorauidera Ion the tevert drought the dlitrict la ex vriendnff: ilie fixture ti-aa an ? nil-round . ffuccCM. ^.Dau waa neia in ug t-vemos, »wnw* #uu»»v Mot rovplirf by Mr. J. Foran, and Mesan. W. 0'Uonoghue and W. P. Ca« acted ai M.O.'a. - The officials wem: — Patroa, the Bev. Fathtt Clune; prt«ld«nU Mr. J. B. Conniek; AiMprtd lent. Mr. Tlunnas.Wanl; iuiite. Mr. J. B. Cor maclr; martir ol tract, Mr. J. Bpn; cleik ct JcakF. Mr. J. O'Donogliue; lunJicarpers, Metsrs. I. Ix-ck and P. H. Puree; starter, Mr. S.S Hook: hun. secretary, Mr. \V. P. Case; steward* Kenn. John Hannigan, J. Look. G. Grave, J. L'olman, I). Baricpr. W. O'Ooooghue, J. Matej, ind T. Ward. . Results: — Allcomers' Handfrap. — J. S. Barker, B. Collbu. Boys' Klieffield. — R. Collins. Lea. Quinn. Girls'. Ilace. — L. Paj-nter, B. Cadd. TrUl 8talc«.— W. Bury- UtUe Doll, T. WU llama's Brownie; seven starters. ? Handicap Trot.— *M...

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