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JUVENILE FILLY'S EASY VICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
JUVENILE FILLY'S EASY. VICTORY. Mr. M. Whelan's Valalsanne soon got to the front, and scored in the Hore-^uthven Handicap at Morphettville on Tuesday, with three lengths to spare ~ over Suiuml. Sartrim was third, with Wynrak (oublde) and Game Hen nex ' Photo. Walker. Mr. M. Whelan's Valalsanne soon got to the front, and scored in the Hore-^uthven Handicap at Morphettville on Tuesday, with three lengths to spare ~ over Suiuml. Sartrim was third, with Wynrak (oublde) and Game Hen nex ' Photo. Walker.
KANGARILLA FIRE. Grazing Property Destroyed. Flames Quelled After Hard Fight. McLAREN VALE. January 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
KANGARILLA FIRE. Grazing Property Dwtroyei Flames QaeDed After Hard . -MeT.ARKW VAT.K .Tannnnr 1. About 11 o clock this morning, ilr. T, Harvey, of ' McLaren Flat, gave the alarm that a bush fire had started in Mr, Keith Sauerbier't 'Wickhtm Park' ore perty, close to the valuable grazing pro perties ,of Mr. K. C. Sauerbier ('The Hnma'),.Mr...F.iB. Wilson ('Hilliide'). Hum. G. Connor and W. Thorpe, and others. A number of firefighters hast ened to the tcene, and found a' gran fire well started on the north tide of Mr. Keith Sauerbier's property, with a strong north-west wind, which later changed to west, and drove the fire up Garden Gully. .. By this time several motors from Mc Laren Flat and Kangarilla, with fire Bghtcn, had' arrived, and with breaks, the fire was stopped just as it wai g«t ting. into the big timber, which would jave put Kuitpo .Forest and many home iteadt in danger. The flames continued -n the back of the bill, burning grata and ilover. Of the property bnrnt about ...
COMMERCIAL CABLES. GOVERNMENT SECURITIES NEW YORK, December 31 [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
COMMERCIAL CABLES;, GOVERNMENT SECURITIES^ ' NEW YORK.- B*.»mh.f af Middle quotations of . Common W*»Hh. new South Wales,' and Queensland ?overnment' stocks listed'on 'the New fork Stock -Exchange are given' belcW, irith previous quotations:—'' -?-?: 1 ' : v D*c; Dec 24: 31. -.: ,-.. ? . ;- ? ,.'.. ? - .- . ??£,. £ -immonwealth 5 per cent., 1SS5 90-98 |ommonwealtlr S per eent.,.1957V,fl-J , ''?'. 93 y commonwealth ft per cent, :;,?.'. 1956 .. ;-.- ?..--.; .. -.. .;. .;''87t' 88 NTew South Wales 5 Der cent.,'-. ' ' ' ' 1957 '.. ..-...:-„.?;. .' ?'.?. *JM- 94 New 'South Waleg & per cerit.,: V. ;'''? 1958 ? .. .. .. .... .. ..93 .93J JucenBland 6 per cent.. 1B47 . — '— Ijueensland 7. per. cent, JBil . — 109f , '? . ./ , ? -WHEA^.;- .itV\.''V' ;, /.S1,'^80 oPt'0'8:— December,' -lit. |»nU f/7i) per bushel: March. . IV* '. centg (4/ao l-W); May, 118}centii (4/H|),., ' ??' LONDON, DecemKer 31. Cargoes are quiet, -and. prices occasion ally lower. There is some- trading? in Australia...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
Superfluous Hairs ME A CRUEL DISFIGUREMENT .^J^ETTE.' a Sdentlffc Discovery br Sorthey Du Maurfer. L.R.O.C.. the Famoia & spwhiitt. ts ,Tsii.w..to -ah wlJm7oi£r i-MAURETTE' I??? ?*** °° otl-« preparati-m -«ra do— It Mis the roots of the unsightly hairs and «. movu them permanently. Pleasant to use and rtartsteed qnlte harmless to tht skin. Then It nothing else like ft Price. 10/S ptr' largt Milt (11/ posted), from BIRK3 CHaciSTS. LTD.. 87 Bundle street, AdelaldN ^B ^sisiSs^ssisisisisWsssisisisKtssS^C^s^^ jT^^j^g»»«^-^^3^M ssititititiHtsitititititititititit^ Jm [?w/'sV ? /^^^wSssitititiH ssltltltltltltltltltltltltltltltltltT ^KZ~^\ I itlttK%fesltr siBStts@BsititititiH 1'iNOGGEf fS^ WHITE CLEANER
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
CUTJCURA HEALS IRRITATING RASH Under Arm. Skin Inflamed. Caused Loss of Sleep. 'I wm surfcrlng from a raih nn. demeath my right sura. The nsh appsjared in scattered pimples swd the *kin was very rnuch inflgned sjround them. The dreadful IrrtatJoa caused me loss of sleep, and whea I scratched tbem they would start to bleed and caused eruptions. ' I sorTeied for about tare* months when I saw Curkorsi Soap and Olnt rnent advcrtlaed so tent for « free ?ample and after trayiagmoreinabaBt five weeks I was completely healed.'* (Signed) Muss M. Mwrsy. YtfUp ?' Rd., Papstoctoe, Auckland. N. Z. Keep yonr akin clear and veer pores active by dairy nee of Cutfcora Soap. Heal irritations aod. rasbea with Cotleura OintnMst. -
INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. Amusementi .. .., ? 2 Auctions .' ? *. ?? ?? Jo Board and Lodging ? M Carriert .. ? 16 CompanJet.and Societiet .. .. .. 16 Education ? ^ ? ? ?? 16 Funeral Noticet .. ..' ? 2 Holiday Retorts, Hotels, kc ? 16 Insurance ? .- -Medical ? ??..?!. .. ... ?? 1» Money ,. ..- ? r--.. .. 16 Jfotort and Cyelet '.. ..'..-.. .. 16 Offices, Warehoutet, and Shops to Let ? 16 Perec-M Wanted .'. .. :-.' t.;.. „ 16\ Poultry, Birds, 4e. ., .. .. .. 16 Professional Engagements ? 16 Properties for Bale .. .. .?.-.. .. 16 Properties Wanted ., ? 18 Public' Notices ? '.. .. 2 Shipping ? 1.2 'Tenders ? ».'!.... 16. Wanted to Buy ? .,. ... .. 16 Wanted to' Sell w ,. ..' -mi\% ,. 1ft .?'. J-';. ' ' -
VICTOR HARBOUR CARNIVAL: TEST SNAP: QUAIL SEASON [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
VICKlRBOi KRNUL TEST SIP: QUAIL SEASON: - VICTOR HARBOUR IS ALWAYS A HOLIDAY MECCA. n. »« ^ i v,,,, „„..„ -jtassJta.tapi-Ba ?irr»».w ftt^uaraaBrty^.0? — ? - -ht r - ' \ - VICTOR HARBOUR IS ALWAYS A HOLIDAY MECCA. n. »« ^ i v,,,, „„..„ -jtassJta.tapi-Ba ?irr»».w ftt^uaraaBrty^.0? — ? - -ht r - ' \ -?'if,'-. ;: :, '?''', ^ :'' TATE FIELDS HIS OlY^ ^:!Bt) WLIN G. It was a hot day at the test match on Monday, and many of the spectators nearest to .the pickets doffed their coats, and hung them up, as shown in this photograph. There was plenty of ' Incident,, however, to keep the mind of the crowd off the heat ' Tate is here seen flelding hi J own bowling from a stroke by a'Beckett, the other batsman belnc-Bradman.—The' Englishmen .In, the group are Hammond, Duckworth, -Chapman, Hendren, Larwood, ' ' ?' ??-?? .. _, _V :„;;,. '.-*,,'.^ Geary, and Tate. \_. ? ? ? ? . ? ?? -?'if,'-. ;: :, '?''', ^ :'' TATE FIELDS HIS OlY^ ^:!Bt) WLIN G. It was a hot day at the test match on Monday, and many ...
AT THE ZOO. Childhood's Best Theatre. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
^iii' Childhood's Best Theatre. Nevcrfailing source of interest and amusement 'to. children of all ages, the Zoological Gardens was the place chosen by many thou sands nn New Year's Dav. From the time the gafes were opened until -they were closed, the attendants at the Zoo were kept busy issuing tickets, oi .at .other duties necessitated by the crowd of visitors. The occasional grunt of an animal or the calls of birds punctu* ?ted the shrill laughter and exclamations of children. There was so much to see and so little time to see it all .that the excitement was excusable, and sedate adults resigned themselves to the jostling of eager children, rushing from one at traction to another discovered by an ex ploring companion^ 'Here,' look 'at tin's one!'. was- the. signal for- a. stampede, sud denly halted by a cry of 'Oo! ain't that pretty,' as a cage 'of gaily coloured birds was encountered. . . A .moment's pause, and the stampede was renewed on the first companion's' call; 'Hurry up,'...
HOUSEHOLD PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
HOUSEHOLD PRODUCE. The Ectail' Grocers' Association of South Australia reports that the sell ing prices are as follows:— . ; EGGS.— Market ' conditions prevailing ? .at the' present time prevent quota tions being made of retail egg prices, ' , which- depend entirely upon, local .circumstances. ' ?? - .' ? . BUTTER.-Choicest factory, 2/2 to ?2/3; separator, 1/7. to : 1/10. ? BACON.— Rashers; 1/11 per Jb.; hams, :CHEESE--rMatnred; 1/6 to' 1/8;' new,/ l//2tdl/3: - ,:. V-J ?-?.--? i' ONiONS.-2d.. ,,.,.. \. - ??'!'? ? POTATOES^- New,' 2dV per Ib. ?; WHOLESALE PRICE - LIST. i TTOEAT.— Local inarket quotations for growers? Jots per . bushel on ? trucks Port Adelaide, 4/6i to 4/7, December and January. - CORNSACKS.— Merchante' quotations for' farmers' lots, 10/3 per dozen on ' trucks, Port,' Adelaide, for new ^season's delivery.' '? ? . . -LOtIR.— £11.2/8,. delivered in city .' and suburbs, less 5/ concession for , cash. ?..'??'?' BRAN;— Net price,£5 12/6 per ton on trucks 'mill door in: mi...
WORLD'S SHIPBUILDING British Dominance. LONDON, December 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
WORLD'S SHIPBUILDING British Dominance. LONDON. December 31. ifle world's output of motor ships in 1028 wai it' record, -189* vewelt, of 1,177^35 groeir. tonnige, being built, compared with 137 (816,000 font) in 1927. British virdi produced 731 vcatels, totalling 470,405 tons, a total which excMdi that of the next three countries combined, and nearly doublet the 1927 tonnage. . '*'? There are at pretent 270 veisels of 1,763,000 torn building. This thbws a slight reduction on the same period .last rear, but it entirely due to. the reduction. !-f tankert, at patienger and cargo lineri ?bow. increase*. The tonnage of znotor (hips afloat is now about 6,000,000, com pared with under a million tons 'in 1022. ' J
BOY SCOUTS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
BOY SCOUTS' ASSOCIATION. Notes by Scouter. Wireless Talks.— The scouts' .corner at 5CL to-night will be occupied by the State general secretary (Mr. F. J. Mills). - He will eoeak on 'The Outlook for Scouting.' Christmas Lamps.— Ine uuef .' uommis iioner (Capt. S; A. White) visited and in spected more than 30 Boy Scout Christ mas camps in the- hills and. along. the beaches. On Thursday he was accom panied by Scontmaster H. Ryinill, and on friday by the State secretary (Mr. Mills). On Saturday he 'was unaccompanied. Capt. White states that lie was well satis fied with the camrjg. generally, and noted % distinct improvement over last .year's camps. He attributes thie largely to the training, courses and camps held during the year. He noted with pleasure the great happiness of the hundreds of. boys n camp, and was satisfied that camp life forms a magnificent training ground for the lads apart from the nealthy joys derivable from close contact with the beauties of Nature. - The Chief Sco...