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SYDNEY IMPORTS FISH TO COMBAT PEST Feeds on Mosquito Larvae [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

SYDNEY IMPORTS FISH TO COMBAT PEST ' Feeds oh Mosquito ^Larv^e ;In connection with .the general cam paign;'. against mosquitoes, , ? Sydney has imported *?' iish -called jfLe ffarn busia ' affiriisi ? It-' irill not providb epon.ior nanermen, jor it is oniy, in mcu of so. lopg. It is the enemr of the mosquito.^ ? , ? ? v . This fislr first became known -in tlie Wesf Indien, inWaslfaken in laige qiian' tities .'to ..the: southern ^United States, where jts -enormous-appetite for.taosquito larvaer won for it- .eulogies from anti malaria organizations. ?-..'-??: ':. ; JJitensivo tests in many parts of the continent -followtd, ana -«ith the intro iuction-of the fish to 'creeks, .streams; and lakej' a^ amerfiig-and highly grBtifyina Jecreaee-ih the 6«nrt-er; of, mosquitqes- fol- lowed, .. Other. ' countries imported1, the 6ah; ? and to-iiay its reputation' is .world wide' in Vhe campaign against: malaria Groat tUinga, are expected of 'it by the Sydney City jffcalth IVipartment, and ; it i...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

PERSONAL Sir Frank Monlden returned ?esteri!ax by express from --Melbourne. Mr. Beidy, M.P., . returned yesterday from, a 12 days' trip to the south-east. , lung victor Emmanuel of. Italy nas ardered Court morning for tho late Grand Duke Nicholas, who was Queen ' Helen's brother-in-law. Mr. Sydney H. Graham, has been ap pointed' by tbe -Executive Council, to the position of accountant of the Architectin Chief's -Department. . . .'.?-:'. v The secretary of the Federal office in Adelaide of the Coachmakers* Union (Mr. S. C. White) has gone to Sydney to at tend the Federal conference. . . Mr. Frederick Ward (manager of the Regent Theatre) left for Perth yesterday. He was accompanied by Mrs. Ward. They will be absent from the State for about five weeks. ... Mr. Frank H. Beaney, a director of George Wills and Co:, Limitedi Ade laide, will leive by the Asc'anius next Wednesday f^r Eng land, on business connected with the company. He ex pects to be away for. six or eight months. Mr. Beaney...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SELLING AUSTRALIAN GOODS Publicity Campaign in Britain Has Results Government Pays Half Cost of Advertising CANBERRA, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

SELLING AUSTRALIAN - COODS Poblichy Campaign in Britain ? Has Results Government Pays Half Cost of Advertising CANBERRA. Tuesday. The Federal Minister for Mar kets arid Transport (Mr. 'T.- Pat- ' terson) is a sworn advocate of the. 'organized marketing of Australian primary products. . When speaking on the subject to-day, tfr. Patterson said:— 'Some of the bene its that accrue to organized export be »me apparent when the details of the rork being done in Great Britain in co trdinated advertising are visualized. The Commonwealth Government has assisted irganized exporting industries by making ivailable pound for pound to advertise ;hcir products in the United Kingdom, rho control and direction of this adver tising rests not with Government but with :he industries themselves. A represents.' ;ive.- honorary committee meets regularly in Melbourne to deal with matters of policy and to' give any ? necessary direc tion to its publicity director in the United Kingdom.' INCREASE IN SALES Con...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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ANIMAL BABIES AT ZOO ATTRACT LITTLE FOLK Delightful Haven During School Holidays [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

ANIMAL BABIES At ZOO ATTRACT LITTLE FOLK Delightful Haven During School Holidays Daring the school holidays the Zoo is a haven for the kiddies. For a. week or so the young of the human species will be specially on view in Mr. Minchin's domain at frome roaa. , . The regular inhabitants arc receiving their gliesta and admirers with the poise of experienced hosts. While the parents and guardians BCem as much interested at the little folk, the younger generation has its own outlook. The very tiny ones tend to extremes— the elephant aM the baby guinea pigs attract them most. Then' they like animal babies. Alexander,- the baby lion, was not on view on Tuesday, ordered quiet, perhaps a little fractions from teething. The baby dingoes have Tost their puppy outlines, but are bright and brisk. ' v The little bears make up for all. There have been great' doings in the bear com munity, and now there is a newly fitted up playground with all that any bear could, wish for in the way of things to c...

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

TTIHB tdmStSf rBOAD GTJTOB B OBTMH .i-L, ' ABLE AT. THE : BEGISTEB OFFICE.

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THREE OTHER MEN SENTENCED [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

THREE OTHER MEN SENTENCED In. the. Adelaide Police Court, before Mr. E:: M. Sabine. P.M., on Tuesday, .T^oph Lynch, Arthur Croft, and Gordon i wete charged' with'having on Decem ?-l- xaea a motor car witnout tne con sent- of the owner. Mr. R. A.' Lenthal prosecuted, and. Mr. L. T. Gun appeared for Lang- The other defendants were not ?represented by counsel. -? ? ' * . ? The Police Prosecutor said Mrs. Smith, the owner of tk- car. mussed it from the rear.of.premiseTat Glcnelg early on New Year's morning. Mr. H. B. Gogler and his son, news agents, noticed the car in Little Grenfell street, Kent Town, early on the morning of January 1. ' The headlights -TceWr tm/'and'a man was standing on each ?side of the engine. ' Ab Mr. Gogler and his son passed one of the men said- All right,' and Mr. Gogler replied 'Yes.' Mr. Goeler, jun.; drove to the Parade, Norwood, and. communicated, with ' the police. ' Doris W. Smith said she saw her car tt the rear of the boarding house, Glenelg, it about 2...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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ABATTOIRS STRIKE AT BARRIER BROKEN HILL, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

ABATTOIRS STRIKE AT BARRIER BROKEN HILL, Tuesday. JUatters were quiet to-day m connection with the strike at the abattoirs as a result of Mr. A. O. . Butler (industrial inspector) endeavouring to bring the parties . together. . A conference will -be i|ld at noon-to-morrow. '^^- '^'' .

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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ENGLISH DOMESTICS Demand Here Greater Than Supply Many Want the Money But Not the Work [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

ENGLISH DOMESTICS Demand Here Greater Than Supply Many, Want the Money But Not the Work Western Australia, ? Victoria, , New Sbutb Wales, and Queensland are the 'States most favoured by .domestic helpers, who migrate to Australia irom juigiaaa. .a. veiy . small percentage of the grand total find' a home in South Australia. In a cable message, which appeared in The Register yesterday, 'it was announced that 125 domestic, helpers were coming to Australia, by the ? R3I.S. Otranto, most of them being for 'New South Wales. -. Enquiries made at the 'Salvation Army migration department, .which deals' ex clusively with domestics.; from, oversaw, elicited that fact, that the demand for this /class .of worker 'was greater than the supply, ' '' ?'. ' ' TWO CLASSES OF MIGRANTS - Staff-Capt. Lynn, in the absence : of Brig. McLene, who was in Melbourne on business, explained thatTnany domes tics were nominated by friends, who, upon the arrival of the boat, took charge of them, and either placed t...

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

COMMERCIAL PRINTING KEATU- EXECPTED-.AT ? ' TBM RE^BTER. V

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COUNTRY NEWS WILLALO [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

COUNIRY NEWS WILLALO January 7. — The anneal new year fete in aid of- the local Methodirt Church was held last week In the local ' hall, and proved a success Snandalty .and socially, more than £80 being performed by Mm. Maurice Collins of Bum, there was a splendid attendance. Before intro ludnc Mrs. Collins, the circuit minister (Ilev. K. Dyer) R»re a brief outline of the financial |»sition of the church. He hoped that as a result of the effort, the neceaarv obligations rnrald be met. Mrs. Collins, after declaring he fair open, waj presented with a basket ot iweeta by little Joyce Pvcr. Stallholders: — Strawberries and cream. Misses h. Earle, Merle HayfMd, Mollle Simpmn. and Mudg-e- tweets. itrs. O. J. Hanlin and Miss D. Simpson: work tall, Mrs. ». Davics and Mm. A. V. Simpson; col drinks nnd icecream. Messrs. K. Hanlin. I. Mudgc. B. Mayfield. T. Ashby, -A. and W. Varncr; afternoon tea, tc, Mrs. H. 'A. Maj-field lUsies Picken, 'Thompson, and- W.rner-'(i);' produce. Mrs. Mudge and Mr...

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POLO IN VICTORIA CHALLENGE CUP TOURNAMENT MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

FOIJOfNpGTORIA Challenge cup' ?tournament - ' JtELBOtJRNE. Tuesday. /me polo, season m. Victoria was oth cially opened at the Moonee 'Valley race course -to-day, when the Moonee Valley Polo Club played the preliminary rounds vi iui ouuictb \jup luurnamem. The tournament is for the challenge cup presented by His Excellency the Governor (Lord Somers), to be competed for at a handicap tournament open to teams with a total handicap not exceeding 18 goals. The handicaps of players are fixed ac cording to their goaJhitting capacity. There were seven entries, three teams representing the Moonee Valley Club^ The tournament will be continued to morrow. The first came was between Seven Creeks B. which had a start of 8 goals, and Moonee Valley B. Moonee Valley proved altogether too good, the hitting and combination being too strong for the opposing side' In. the fifth chukka Ian Currie, who was showing' the -best -.form for Seven Creeks, received a nasty blow on the cheek, just below -the eye,...

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THE MOTORING WORLD THE HOME GARAGE Useful Hints and Tips WATCH YOUR PLUGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

TKE MOTORING WORLD THE HOME GARAGE Useful Hints and Tips WATCH YOUR PLUGS. ??: Many, conscientious car owners mate | a point of periodically renioving each spark ling ping, cleaning the points with a wire brush and setting the gaps correctly.- So iar as ic goes wis is au cjuamcui. xu^u, but it is often overlooked, however, that the insulation of. the central electrode, which is normally out of sight in the body of- the' plug',' is ? apt to get coated with a thin layer of carbon which acts as a con ductor and results in current leakage. It is more important, therefore, to dis mantle the .plug and; attend to this part than it is merely to clean the points; for provided- thelatter are not actually coated .with oil so that a spark cannot occur at all. there is-little object in cleaning, them. .Hubber-iighYae- ' ? - \ i USE FOR SHELLAC Rubber- high-tension cables may become rotted by oil' after a considerable time .un less 'protected' in 'some way, and the re ' stilting weakening- of the...

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"AN OPEN GO" SPEEDSTERS IN S.A. They May be Caught [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

'AN OPEN GO' SPEEDSTERS IN: S.A. ;They May be Caught rrp\aamg; they, are not. caught Tyithtbe; 'goods in their/ laPt'. record-breaking motor- ;' ists- between the' capital. cities . can naye; an open or uninter-,. .-?:; rupfed 'rim ; through South Aus-v . tralia.v The law enables them ' }-to 'get. away- with it.' :. ; South' Aufitralain law in .this respect is qnite. different ? from that in other States.. ? For instance, .in Victoria, sec. 18.' of i the' Highways '. and Vehicles -Act expressly, forbids the use of motor vehicles in; public highways for purposes of racing or trials. of. speed, and all that is necessary forja prosecution to belaunphed is for. the name* of the. motorist to be taken. - .Jn. this -.State,- it is .difficult under tlio existing legislation to prosecute, because it has .to. be .proved that.- the .motorists were exceeding the enacted.. speed limit. If they are 'chased and pulled up by. the police, .or '; observed by any rcsponsibla citizen,- a prosecution ca...

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

MARMON SERVICE Although, spares are not often required for Harmon carff. .the manufacturers ''in- Fist thaf'sll dirtihutors bewell' rnuip'jied to take care yii ? requirements -pf -Harmon np-»rs in; the .territories 'npera'ted.'1 j In confonnitj; with this policy., a com nrehensiye! .shipment of .iiniiti parts.' con nigned to the i-lofal' distributors. '.Craw- fnrd-BioUards.' Limited. are':dne'iat'.Porf Adelaide nn;.Tanuarr 7/ ?'?''- ,

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

tour wifs's name may be Jessie, Mary, or Anne, ' ? 3till sho wants for her kitchen a 'Mag- net' Fan. Cwsc5 BIN PILLS WILL GIVE YOU RELIEF THE FIRST DAY YOU TRY THEM You will be 'astonished what relief you rill obtain the very first day you start taking Dr. Sheldon's Gin Pills. No matter bow lone' you have suffered, the very nature of Gin Pills is such that you can take them into, the system and receive prompt relief from backache; kidney, and bladder troubles. Gin Pills are not a laxative and. do not ict on the bowels, but act only on tbc bladder and kidneys and promptly over »rac any troubles in these organs. Gin Pills are a really lastinc remedy and act iirectly on the bladder and kidneys, thoroughly cleansing and clearing them of ill poisonous urinary substances, and with the ejection of these poisons relief -from kidney and bladder troubles must of neces sity follow. Backache, pains in the side, swellings under the eyes, and debility, pains in the ioints. and that tired feelinK ...

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GIRL'S DEATH IN TRAIN Youths Answer Police Appeal to Come Forward [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

GIRL'S^BEATH INiTRAIN YontLs Aaswer Police Aih peal to Come Forward ?Three. youths;. in response to a pohes appeal, appeared' at' the resumed inquest at St. Pancras last month on Mary Kljen Liddele. the lS-voar-old servant, of Thirl racre roaa, juusweii niu,- x«., wuu. »?= fatally injured while travelling-from her home to King's Cross on November 14. When the inquest was - opened it wa* ' stated that while the train yaS in a tunnel near York Road Station Liddelc fell- un- conscious to the floor of the compartment; George Reeve, railway -porter,' recalled, said that the dead girl's friends did not complain that some youths Jan away and would not help. ' ? ? Komeo. Maestri, of -Eyre Street Hill, E.C., who answered the'' police . appeal, Eaid that he entered tht train at Winch* more Hill with G. Spaletti and Pi Notaro. ? 'Notaro and I were leaning out of the window,' :he said, 'talking to fwo-girta, who were also leaning out of a window, when I saw we were ? approaching -an empty train...

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LATE SPORTING NOTES FROM SYDNEY SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

pffigOTNG NOTES FROM SYDNEY ?: ?;??:?-? SYDNEyJ-Tuesdav. Mr. ,'J. - Baron's' horses . are '-still, at Messrs. ,'\V. - Iriglis .'t& ? Sons% . stables ., at Randrrick, to which they' were1 removed from- I/. H, ?Andr'ew'i ' eatablisHmenf at wapcicr .Jtarmr on .AJonaay. . , go- tar no announcement has been made' regarding the ownert intentions. ' The fivevinares recently1- purchased from Mr. T; H.Lowry by the Kia Ora stud master. Mr. Percy Miller, arrived -to-day Tom- New. Zealand. They look' beauti fully conditioned, and Mr. Miller's repre sentatives are very pleased with. them. Tho mares are Alarum, a sister to Fin mark; .Tall Talk, a sister to. Bobrakoff; Jrafino, by Knland from'Doro, a .sister to Desert Gold; Pentamint, by Finland —Mint timp.), and Lovelock,- by. Martian (imp.)— Lovelorn. Each mare has a foal at foot, and 'the youngsters came through the- trip_ without mishap. ' V Reonui has apparently recovered from he-attack of Iaringytis. from which he laSfbeen suffering....

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CRUDE OIL AS MOTOR FUEL HIGHER PRICES LIKELY [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

CRUDE OIL AS MOip^FUEL HIGHER PRICES LIKELY The progress of the Diesel and eeaa-_ Diesel types of engines as applied to 'goods md passenger transport on land hag been le subiect of many references, and the act that the heavy oil-burning engine -is -eing. utilized on the Continent, especially n Germany, for the propulsion of motor ars and motor, commercial vehicles, has -een commented on all over the world. ? Until the last few . years the Diesel engine had been regarded as unsuitable for iractical use in these directions, the ire nendous weight , necessary to give it suffi :ient strength to' withstand the strain of :ompression and explosion putting it out -f court. The fact that is used crude -il as a fuel also entailed the disadvantage if .unpleasantly, odourous fumes, and only ?ecently the comment was made that it rould be necessary to overcdme this diffi; lulty before the Diesel would be possible, is a motor car engine. ECONOMY AND SIMPLICITY The attractions of the Diesel engine ...

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PREPARING FOR ADELAIDE TEST PERFECT PITCH FOR PLAYERS COMFORT FOR PUBLIC Albert Wright Lays Out the Wicket By The Register Cricket Writer [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

PIJPR|G FOR mpil pitch for PLA¥|| C(|FP FOR :Mg|yBLIC'^y.:, ' i AI%rt Wright Lays Oat the g:v;-^cftt.-.; ;?;;.??; ! B|&i^RegrstertJric^ 'I AliKqtigh Australia has lost tne lasfesi!v.lMilev is .^ilot likely, to -b^ iaD^^Qinfiition' of sint^resfc -'in the fniirtlvifflsir.maich to beidn^in Ade laKe-VMt^ebruary-.;!., increased acEoiffiodaftion ..--wjll be provided at^^dfelaide' 1 Oval. The curator '(lfe'~Ajfeerfc -Wright) ; has', already ,fcejwtf;tte;^reparation; of the test : A^Biie-,-1Qva(s:i8 -one-'.»'of- -the .fineit ?'Md^fefflOBds' ii Auatxali^ and' the ini prironeiiM which 'are being made by the Crii&fetV'iwHi&tiOn' will.Vgreatly. add 'to the'cQ&fqrbMd convenience1 of. members B8^;wBl';xi87^h^pnWi(!.' LT'h'e: charges for. admiimifcLvfoi!' the' test ^-tfill'/be .the same Bsfth~-Hteimiide'in. Brisbane} 'Sydney, and M«%6nrne, -Entrance to :the--)(nter ground win^tg8t.2/, .|md;to;the.T-uMc,stund 3/6. Chndren will:1Je eharged-'V to' the grouni BnJIWaddit...

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WHAT SHOULD BE THE SCHOOL-LEAVING AGE? Statistics About Our Educational System [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

WHAT MOULD BE Iffi Statistics Aboat Our Educational System 'When : should a child leave ' school,' is a question that con fronts all parents, but at the^ pre ? sent ? . it ? is ?. also vexed . question witn. some memuers ot-tne reacu- - ing profession^ '....' , Although''the: headmaster of, the Frank* iton (Victoria}', ffigh 8chool has. been de daring that'; mo»t students finish their iducation on. attaining the age 'of 14, and io lose the- benefit of the period in life rhen'a. child' is most able to assimUate ]is .teaching, such is not the case in'South Australia;- at .any rate among; the students )fe the. States Schools. ' ? .'Leading educationists in Adelaide said yesterday that, while they agreed whole beartedly.with the FrankBton headtBastei ivhen he said that students get the best out of .school ' after they turn 14, there was little need- for worry ' on . that score in South Australia. -Figures show however, that 'in. other States only a. small percentage' of .children sver r...

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