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BIG FOUR PREPARE THEIR REPORT Consultation With Federal and State Ministers CANBERRA, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929
BIG FOUR PREPARE THEIR REPORT Consultation With Federal and State Ministers &nbsp; CANBERRA. Tuesday. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Members of the British Economic Dele- gation met representatives of the Federal and State Governments to-day at Parlia- ment House, and commenced the discus- sion of their report. The Prime Minister (Mr. Bruce) pre- sided, and other Federal Ministers pre- sent were the Treasurer. (Dr. Page), At- torney-General (Mr. Latham), Minister for Trade and Customs (Mr. Gullett); Minister for Home Affairs (Mr. Abbott), and Minister for Markets and Transport (Mr. Paterson). State representatives were Hon. T. R. Bavin (Premier) and B. S. B. Stephens (Treasurer) of New South Wales;-Sir William Macpherson. (Premier of Victoria), Hon. R. L. Butler (Premier of South Australia); Hon, W. McCormack. (Premier of Queensland), Hon.. J. C. Mc- Phee (Premier of Tasmania). Western Australia was not represented. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929
-AMUSEMENTS ? STILL BOOMING. : 7TH BIG WEffi of the F«roou» English HUMPHREY BISHOP MUSICAL COMELY COMPANY PBICES FOB THE MULTITUDE WEES NIGHTS , ' 3/' CHODBEI gyi ^ -HALF-PRICE ? «/' * WEEK HIOHXS ?| I ONLY. Saturday and'. Holidays, 4/, 3/, 2/..1/ (aU plus tax). , '? Flu at Allan'*, till 5 nja. later at Cud}' Stow, earner King William sad Hlndlejr streets. Phone C.5T39; after 6.S0 ting; Cen. 302. SHIPPING. . CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1. CONSIGNEES' NOTICE BOOSEVELT USE. '. : - JLS. CITY OT BAYV1LLE, from Boston toil New York, due 7th January, 192B. Consignees are requested to pass customs entriei promptly. Bills ol Udiog must be presented duly endoned and frriunt paid lot- ear Port' Adelaide office before any eoods 'will be delivered. All sroodi impeding discharge vrill.be rtored,at. Consignee's risk and expense without notice. The steamer will not be responsible tor an; loo or dsniige to cargo .after, it. lmw Ship's (linn. ' ? ? .' ? ? Capt. Wurs -Bill sot .be .responsible for any .debt...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929
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IN THE COURTS LAW NOTICES [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929
IN THE-OTTS LAW NOTICES SUPREME COURT.— Before Hk Honor- the Chief Justice, to-day -at 10.30 turn.— Appeals irnder the Justices Act..lfl21— Wa'dey— Briskham i-. Cooee' Pictures, Limited; Wadey — Briikliam v. Liiutjucii, un^vf— nail* v. H«U9U. . . - - Tq Chambers^— rBeforc lir. Justice ' Piper, at 10.30 a.m. — Chamber business. *, . : ,' '.. ADELAIDE LOCAL C.0URT' ' '.; : , List of cases for to-day: — ? ?' ' 1 EolHson*— Drake v. Francis—Holland. , ? ? ? Rcllison — Lovell v. Curyei — Barman. -. ' ' Davics v. Brown. . ' '' ? . ' UNLAWFULLY CARRIED AWAYi LIQUOR; ? In the Port Adelaide Police - Court; -efore ifr- P- W. Halcembe,. S.3I.', on Tuesday ,?' 'John Alan McKelvie, joint licencee of the Royal' Arms'. Hotel, Port Adelaide, was chargeri— with having un awfully carried away liquor from the loyal , Arms Hotel during . prohibited liours . on December 20. He pleaded guilty. -Inspector Noblet' stated at about 5.10' t-.m. on December 20 Inspector T. D. Mattin'aud M.C. Kidd.were standing ...
CRICKET PRIMARY AND HIGH SCHOOLS BEATEN [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929
CRICKET PRIMARY AND HIGH SCHOOLS BEATEN The country school teachers.vplayed the teachers associated . with the' 'high , school;, and primary sihools at the Jubilee Oval on Tuesday. Messrs'. O. A. .Witt, (Rich mond) and A. J.Kumnick.(Uraidla) were the umpires.- The high'- and primary Echools batted, first with 10 men,' and. they totalled 159. .The country teachers won'.by 5 wickets. There .were no big scores, the bowlers 'being .' in ? tlic_ ascendancy. Scores:— ??'? ?. v ? '. ; '' ' '' . ; PRIMARY AND HIGH SCHOOLS . . * ' Flrrt Inninoi '\l H. Cplcbatcb.'c. Paeih. b. Bbney .'.?.. '11 Ii Pearson; c.- Bamsey.b. Hennessy .. .:. '6 T. Brown, c- Richards, ,b. Hcnnessy .. ..13 -V. Westgarth, .b.-Hcnnetsy ,.--. »....; - 0 F. Ilusscv, c. Andrcin, b. Binncy ....... 8 F. R. Brown, b. ;Wcatherill . . ... ......'? 30 U Mugford, c Sm!th,.b. Paech .. .... 16 T. Murphy, c. Moulds, b. Weathcrill ... .. . 0 E. Flower, lA.w.,- b. WestheriU .;, .. .. 4 T.' S. R«Rgatt.! b. Paech V. .. ..' .-.'... .«? B....
THE SOCIAL ROUND HERE AND THERE [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929
THE SOCIAL ROUND HERE AND THERE Mrs. Albion Tolley recently returned &nbsp; &nbsp; from overseas, and is staying with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Tolley, at Napier terrace, King's Park. &nbsp; &nbsp; Visitors at Ryberg House, American River, last week:— Dr. and Mrs. R. S. Tanner, Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Rouse, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Oertel, Misses H. Tanner, V. Tanner, M. O'Connell, F. Heath, J. Bawden, E. Bawden, J. Hanlin, S. M. Bar- rett, A. F. Smith, A. E. Smith, Dr. Mill- bouse, Messrs. E. Millhouse, J. C. Hooper, S. Hooper, F. C. Bawden, C. Buick, Cart- ledge, K. Wright, G. Lawrie, Riley, F. C. Draper, J. C. Yorkey, C. Baum, Keyn, Crawford, Daniells, Goodheart (2), and J. Tanner. &nbsp; At The Haven, American River, last week:— Mr. and Mrs. G. Inkster, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Statton, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Crowden and child, Mr. and Mrs. Sable Grivell, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Newberry, Mesdames G. Hay, J. Gibbins, Misses D. Jones, B. Emsley, ...
SHIPPING AND MAILS [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 10 January 1929
SHIITO& AND MAILS Bringing 940 toiur of gtoeral- cftrgo' from Liverpobl, thesteamer Eeitrim will arrive this mornings She will come.tqthe ocency of Elder. Smith. & Co.. and..will discbarge her cargo at Darling's Wharf, Birken Bead. ? '' ' % - \ ':?' .'' ' ' To thei agency .'of Elder,' -.Smith,' & Co., Limited, the F.N. steamer Pesnawuf is booked to arrive at Adelaide on .January 20 from : Liverpool. She will discharge a quantity ;pf general cargo* at this port.1,': Taking general cargo, for Japan,' the steamer Scotland Maru sailed on Wednes day. ?'- , ..'-'. Advice has been received from Elder, Smith. & Co., Limited, that the P. & O. R.M.6. Mooltan.will not arrive in Ade^ laide until Sunday, January 20. . With tlie balance of her passengers and general cargo, the steamer Berrima sailed for the eastern States on Wednesday. The R.-M.S. Orama, en route for Lon don, is expected to berth at the Outer Harbour at 8 a.m. to-day, and has' been appointe...
MAIL NOTICES [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 10 January 1929
MAIL NOTICES Overseas and special mails will doss at th» '- General Poet Office, Adelaide, as shown hen- - under: — . „ UNITED KINGDOM, CONTINENT, EGYPT, i INDIA, SINGAPORE (Orama), due London Feb. - ruary 9. — Letters ? and Commercial Packets.— ° This day— 10.80 a.m. (late fee, 12° soon), ' Supplementary,- via Fremantle. — Registered Let- ' tent— This day— 6 p.m. Letters and Com- ? mercial Papers — ^Friday, January 11 — 8.30 a.m. -' (late fee, Adelaide Railway SUtion, 9.45 a.m.) - ? Later Mills to Unlttd Kingdom— Latest dosing ', dates:— Via Sues (Narkunda). — Friday, January , 18 (due London Febnilry 10). Via Sun (Outer- ' ley). — Friday, January 25 (dne London .February ' 28). Via Suez (Cathay).— Friday, February 1 (due London March 2). Via Suet (Orsova).— ' Friday, February 8 (due London March 9).- ? Via Suez (MoolUn). — Friday, February 16' (dus ' London March 1G). AMERICA (NORTH AND SOUTH). CANADA, * HONOLULU, SAMOA (Ventuw).— Wednesday! '? January IB — 3.15 p.m. (late fee, 2....
COMMERCIAL CABLES WHEAT NEW YORK, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 10 January 1929
COMMERCIAL CABLES '. WHEAT KKW YORK. January 8. Chicago Options.— March, 114* wdh. (4/9 7-18) per bushel; May, 1172 cents. (4/10i); Jnfy^lW , centSj-WlU). . LONDON, January. 8. \ 'Wheat cargoes are firm, sellers asking 3d.' to: 6d. advance, but buyers show con tinued reserve. Parcels are held for prices above buyers' views, and trading is less active. Sales:— Ex Balranald, 44/6; ex Themistodes, 44/3; ex Oronsay, 45/. ;: ' Liverpool futures:— March, 8/11} per cental; May.-9/J; July, 9/2|. ! WOOL SALES ..New arrivals for the London wool ,salea opening on January 15 total 93,000 bales, of which 60,000 a-e Australian, and 15,500 New Zealand. '13^00 bales held over from the previous series, and probably an addi tional 10,000 bales of secondhand .-lines -will also be offered. ? .. INVESMENTS Bank of Australasia, £14 1673; Bank ot New South Wales, £49 5/; Union Bank of Australia, £15 17/6; National Bank ol Australasia, £9 2/6; English, Scottish, and Australian Bank, £8 15/; National Bank o...
TALKING PICTURES COMING TO ADELAIDE System Will be Installed at Wondergraph [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 10 January 1929
TALKING PICTURES COMING TO ADELAIDE System Will be Installed at Wondergr»ph ' 'Cinesound' is the title of the Western Electric, system ;of, talking pictures to be'released shortly on the Union Theatres circuit throughout the Commonwealth. Mr. Stuart ?. Doyle, managing director or this or-, ganization; has arranged with the Western Electric Company to. instal the ? sound films in the Wondergraph Theatre, Adelaide) at. an early date. , Moving picture actors and. actresses who havif .delighted 'audiences'* for years will take on an added interest when theii voices 'are reproduced to synchronize with their actions. But Cinesound does Tmore than merely ^reproduce dialogue. - By - it ^11 . natural - sounds may be brought within .the confines of the theatre auditorium. -Rain, thunder, wind, the patter of galloping hoofs, street noises, and music— in fact all that can possibly be heard by the human ear is pos sible to. Cinesound. , ??'.''? : t . Film* will be shown in which dialogne will' b...
INTERSTATE YACHTING Second Heat of 16-ft. Championship [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 10 January 1929
INTERSTATE YACHT ING Second Heat of 16-ft. Championship In a breeze which was light, to mode rate at the start, freshened to moderate, and fen to *' light blow, 'Victor IL /AmuiMptnnii^ *irsv*i tha nanAti^ ll'nflf' nf trip Australian 16-ff. .championship over tne Bricklanding course on the Swan River to-day* ? . Victor II. had .an excellent start to windward and led from beginning to end. She crossed the finishing line 50 seconds ahead of Verona (Western Australia). Lily (Western Australia) was another 33 seconds behind. Memory (Queensland) was fourth, 10 seconds back, and Thara (Queensland), which anticipated a heavier blow' and carried one man short of the maximum complement of five, was fifth, a minute behind Memory. . ' Victor II. established a lead of nearly a minute wtihiii 20 minutes of the start. She got away from Verona after rounding the Crawley buoy to reach Foam Spit. Verona lost ground through not putting up her ballooner. In the windward work to the Brick-, landing buo...
LAWN TENNIS AT CANNES. Miss Boyd Wins Singles CANNES, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 10 January 1929
LAWN TENNIS AT ^CANNES. Miss ' Boyd -Wins Singles 1 T : . '?'?-, ; CANNES.* .Tannnnr JL .' Miss Esna Boyd, of Melbourne, won the women's singles championship in the Met ropole tournament' to-day. She defeated Mrs. Satterthwaite, 6— 2, 6— 2, in the final io-aay. ? ? -.; E. L. de Morpurgo (Italy) won 'the. final of the men's singles,' defeating his . com patriot, de Stofani, 6—3, 1—6, .6—4, 6— 1. In the semi-final of the mixed doubles Miss Boyd and Matejka beat Miss Petchel! and Macrane, 6—3, 2—1 (Mncrane retir ing). In the final between Mrs. Satter thwaite and E. L. de Morpurgo and Miss Boyd and Mateika, the score was 1—6, 6—3 6—6 when darkness stopped play_. .,. .
SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIP ENTRIES CLOSE TO-MORROW [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 10 January 1929
SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIP ENTRIES CLOSE TO-MORROW Buord entries are promised for the two cham pionship calaa arranged by -the South' Australian Aroatucr Surlmmlnc Association for decision at the linltr Crvstal Pool on Januarv 1G and 23. On the opening- night ihe programme mil com prise: — 100 Yards Country Championship, 100 Yards Breart Stroke Championship, 100 Yanli Women's Free Style Championship. 220 Yard* Free Stjlc Charopionslilp, 100 Yards .Junlol Championship, (first of a series of four events), 100 Yard. Open Handicap, n«t diving contest, exhibition* nf (.wlmminj and lifesavinfr, and- a SOD Yards Teams Race. fiecond Xicht.— 100 Yards Free Style Cham pionship. 410 Yards Free Btjrle Championship. 220 Yards Women's Free Stvle Championship. 100 Yards Women's Breast Stroke Champion ihip. 80 2-3 Yards Open Handicap (boys undei 14 rears). 100 Yards Interclub Handicap, neat ilivir.R contest, low springboard diving champion thlp, and exhibitions of swimminc and life aving. Entries will c...
LAWN TENNIS MORGAN CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 10 January 1929
LAWN. .TENNIS MORGAN CLUB A meeting .01 toe iiorgan lenms uuo mi held in tbe committee room on Tuesday, Janu ary 8. Mr. F. Williams occupied the chair. Tb« meeting was called to dbcm the putting down of bitumen tops on two courts. ThU was decided to be done. It was arranged that a fair should be. held at the end of February Is aid ot club funds, and a tournament will be conducted as soon' as 'the courts art ready for Play. .... SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION ' Hillside A played AldingaA. Scores:— Mrs. G. Grant and A. Fraser beat Mrs. C. Pellew and Miss McKenric, 7—1; Miss V. Townsend and O. Sisson beat Mrs. Eatts.and Miss Stone, 7— 2; Miss H. Low, forfeit; W. Humphrey and B. l'crclval lost to W. Martin and R. PcngiUy, S — 7; R. Kottage and C. Sigston beat W. SchulU and R. Eatts, 7 — 6; R. Townsend and J. Little lost to H. Leaker and W. Pethlck, 4— T; Mrs. G. Grant beat Mn. C. Pellew, 0—3; Mrs. A. Fraser beat Miss UcKcnzle, 6—3; Mix V. Town mid beat Mrs. Eatts, 6—3; Miss O. Slsson beat Miss St...
CANADIAN LUMBERMEN REFUTE ALLEGATIONS VANCOUVER, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 10 January 1929
CANADIAN LUMBERMEN REFUTE ALLEGATIONS ,. .ij.'' '. ? ? V-L-i --.'-:?? ? .7;' 1 VANCOUVER, January 8. Claiming that wey have never neen ible to obtain any apace for lumber ship ments' of any size on the ' Union. Steam* «Vii*- ' fsitmnnnv'a vHUdia Tllli Til Tiff TA nfif Zealand and Australia, and that the com* pany has taken little interest in the lum ber trade with the antipodes, the Asbo* ciated Timber Exporters of British Colum bia to-day flatly denied the statementa of Mr. J. C. Irons, Vancouver manager of the company, that space was available. All the leading exporters, with one ex ception, attending the meeting of tht lasociation, and unanimously asserted that , the company, which had been operating Eof 30 years, had specialized in passengers, mail, and general cargo, and had consist ently treated lumber as a stepchild., It had declined to handle lumber at all dur ing certain months, claiming that there was no space available for lumber ship ments. The company's vessels in tbe p...
LATE SHIPPING AUSTRALIAN [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 10 January 1929
LATE SHIPPING AUSTRALIAN - SYDSET. — ^Arrived: Jan. ,9— Espcrance Bay, from .London;- Tanda, .from Yokbhsmt.* Sailed: Jan. 9— Ifombt, for Fremantle; Burwah and Huninui. for Melbooni; Wangaratta and Runic, iur oruusoe, uroinu Una .^ir&unua, ior uoDuoa. , WIRELESS The following steamers should be within range ot the undermentioned wireless stations to-day:— - - ? ' ' Adelaide.— Arrtcan, Berrima, Bombala, Bos worth, Clan Macnab. Olmboola, Ebbsons Bay, Jufnku Slam, Leitrim, Marceba, Orama, Oreova, Port Caroline, Bsthllnfaead, Scotland Mara. Hobart— Alfred Kobe], Kiwitea, Pbinorbis, Sussex. Zcalandla. Melbourne.— Berrima, Oarrlgnana, Cathay, Changte. Hurunui, Ealingo, Luciston, Nainna, N'ituw Zetland, Sheafmead, Tan Epilbergen. Sydney. — Amangi, Kooliga, La Perouse, Ma lumbo, Mankura, Madras Mara, Milora, Nir tunda, Sonomo, Tahiti, Van Spllbergen, Watteno, Zealandia. Brisbane. — Aelybryn, Canadian Leader, Cape York, aicneden. Junw, King James. Ltristan, La PerooK, Mataram, Makamb...
LAPSE OF BANK TELLER Lost Stolen Money at Races PERTH, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 10 January 1929
LAPSE OF BANK TELLER Lost Stolen Money at Races . PERTH Wednesdav. Aubrey Larl Holt, aged 30 years, a mar ried' man, ; pleaded guilty in the- City Court to-day to a charge of having stolen £3)5 from the -William street branch' of ine uaruc, ot .New coutn waies, at which he was. employed as a teller. - He was committed for trial. It was alleged that the accused took the money from the cash, box, and lost it at the 'races. He subsequently wrote to the bank, officials admitting the theft, and said that he intended to commit cui cide. as he was too ashamed to face the world. He asked the officials' not to be hard on his wife -and two children. Holt subsequently surrendered to the PQlice. Counsel for the prosecution said that Holt had taken the money with the idea of winning; enough at the races to enable him. to leave 'the bank and settle down. The branch manager said that Holt had b:2n.jn the service: of the bank for 11 years', and had not had a holiday since 1023. - , - ---33
MR. THEODORE MEMBER OF CLERKS' UNION SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 10 January 1929
MR. THEODORE MEMBER OF ' CLERKS' UNION SYDNEY. WednM(fa'v Mr. E. G. Theodore, -M.P., was last night admitted as a member of the Fede rated Clerks' Union. A militant section of the members pre sent questioned his eligibility to member ship owing, to. -his alleged' antiworking class attitude while Premier of Queens land. .'?.-' The chairman '(Mr. A. -E. Williams) declined to. give a ruling on thw point, and left it to the meeting, which* decided in favour of Mr. Theodore and elect xl him.
ADELAIDE TESTS AUSTRALIA WON 7, ENGLAND 3 First Match in 1884; Bowden Dust Was Troublesome [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 10 January 1929
ADELAIDE TESTS AUSTRALIA WON 7, ENG £ LAND_3 ^ First Match in 1884 ;Bowden Dust Was Troublesome (By The Register Cricket Writer) Ten test matches have been played in Adelaide, and Australia has won seven to England's three. The first Kame was played in De cember, 1884, when England won by eight wickets. England has not been succesful in Adelaide since 1912 In 1921 Australia won' by 119 runs, and in 1925 by 11 runs, after one of the most exciting finishes provided in a test match. _ The match in 1834 cost the South. Aus tralian Cricket Association £900— £450 being demanded by 'each team. In 1925, when Gilligan came to Adelaide, the tak ings from the 103,660 who paid for admis sion vamoun ted to £10,704, of which the Englishmen's share was £3,589. For the coming test match the visitors will receive 50 per cent, of the money taken in' the outer ground. Since the first test was played in Aus tralia—that is,, in Melbourne itt 1876— 123 players have appeared for Australia, and 179' for En...