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SPORTS AT LAURA. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

SPORTS AT UURA. On Saturday at the Laura Oval, the local Commemoration', Sports Club . (after . an in terval of a few years) held a sports meet ing; which- proved a decided success. The trian, cycling, and other events attracted competitors from Adelaide, Port Pirie, Mount' Gambier, and Broken- Hill. The meeting was he'd under the auspices of the. South .Australian Athletic League (Mr. Gray, of Port Pirie, being present as its representa tive), and the League of South Australian Wheelmen, which was represented by Mr. Wade, of Adelaide. Among the officials in charge of the day's proceeding* were: — President, Key. J.'L. Aaer; Joint secretaries, Messrs. Bart Lowe, and B. J. Condon; judges, Messrs. Paul and R.,CSanman; starter, Mr. 0. Borrctt; stewards, president, Messrs. V. Barlow, O. Borrett, E. Han ey. J. L. . Kenned v: timekeeper. Mr. H. Hill: ioit Qiury uanuicapper, jir. j. a. cammiu. rhs Shefflcld Handicap, of £20, waa well con :csted. The winner, who ran in fine style, ras E. *A...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
REGATTA AT BEACHPORT. BEACHPORT. Decembet 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

REGATTA !;AT BE\CBPORT. neAOHPORT. December J7. The annual regatta waa new on nonnr xnj, In ideal weather. Th«r» WM ? record atten. dance of. about. 2,000 people. . Approximately TOO travelling; by special trains from Mount Usmoler ano mtermeqiaie kjhobs. me nun cent Caledonian Pipe Band, led by Pipe Major McPhcrson, played during the day. The aqua tic sports resulted:— ,_„?_. Dinghy Sailing Race ? R. Justice, F. Oorlg liano, S. Chambers. Local Pair Paddle*. — F. Corltliano, P. Oortg liano. Vidtors' Pair Paddles.— Bratchdl, Ey. All Comers' Two-oar Race.— R. Justice and Sacknun, W. Grant and R. Wilson. Umbrella and Cigar Race.— T. Corigllsao, B. Justice. Greasy Pole Walking.— K. Campbell and 3. Brcnnan (divided for first), H. BratchtuV ? , Men's Swimming Raw.— B. TUley, ? J., Brtn nan. ? - . . ? .'?.''. Boys' Swimming Blct.— John Watts, ' Janes Watts. ? . ? -; ' Long Distant Dive.— James Watts, Ian Ed warda- ? '. ..-?-. ?: -. (.-??? Scottish dances were held in the institute during t...

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VENUS DE MILO. Starch for Missing Arms. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

yro^DE:MILar' 5»rch for Missing Amis;' ' ? Wtat became' oK the 'muting arms of ther VenuB ' de Milo? -Athens .aedds 'a strangle'. story, bearing on the question. Th'e'Greek oreia' is' demanding that divers inouia loot lor teem in tae-Aiuo cajtwur, tiie^ iuggMtion being , that, they ? were knocked off and' fell into the water, in the course- of 'a 'scuffle between the French sailors who removed the statue and the inhabitants, who did not wish it to be removed. But that theory is only in par tial accord with the known facta, [ The statue was discovered -.by a Milo peasant named Yorgosin 1820 in a hollow in the rocks covered with' brushwood. He offered to sell it to M. Brest, the French 'Consul, for £48, and M; Brest had not the nerve to buy it . at ? that .'price on his, own re sponsibility, but sought instructions from the French. Ambassador at Constantinople. liscovery, with the consequence that the irice of the statute went up. First £800 ind then £1)200 was asked for it; and the s...

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SPORTS AND REGATTAS IN THE COUNTRY. VICTOR HARBOUR EN FETE RECORD NEW YEAR FIXTURE. Official Opening and Sports Gatherings. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

^Fm(4ND ;i?|p7|^g;//y'::i|| k -#i?y7Ki' ? ¥I(I§R fARBftUR EN FETE a ¥ ^RECORD NE\HT YEAR MTUftE^ ^ Official Opening and Swrts Gatherings. . The Browlnj popularity of Victor Harbour wu^.ttrongly; exemplified on New Year's Day, whin the town was crowded with' eager throngs of holiday makers and motor ears from the elty and Intervenlna. districts, which had. made the Journey in order to participate In the annual car-1 nival. . ''.'?' . - ... ' ? : :''~ ' ? .' ? Ocean/street- and several of the other ii tnain thoroughfares were gaily bung with o bunting' and other decorations, and every s ivailable'iuch' of- parking space, includ- a ing the reserve, was crammed with cars. | Canvas town, situated on the foreshore V near the -entrance- to the : town ? was j covered with tents,- and there were also „ eamps in every suitable site, even as T far back as Mount- Breckan. Local n authorities averred -that they; had never a ietn-80 many people, or as many, cars, in j Victor Harbour previously, ....

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AMUSEMENTS. GARDENS THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

AMUSEMENTS. GARDENS THEATRE. The- popularity ef tM Harapref' mHibp Companj- vraa amply demonstrated last night, when, despite it being .the night altrn- the hntlrtav MpiJ-W tiverr krailabie Beat wbb nueu, auu me wen-uaiauteu jrni iratnrae presented, iru heartily jsajoyed. The fteseht bill will rtili Until Tntlridai riight, and tt corripkts change IS premised (or Friday. Comedy is served on * lavish Keale by 'Scratcher' Ross, 'Artie' Helm« iej-, alid 'Tlhj-' Pejrln. Th8 flrstmen tioned is a delightfully simply, comfort ably clean and: remarkably Versatile. Mr. Arthur Helmrfey is also a great favourite with hist drolleries. 'Tiny':i» heard in ssTWfl coined/ *ketches. Walter Kinp-. let's manly baritone is always acceptable, and Thelrria Trotti 'Tohn Montfort, Maurice- Jancr,. Elaine- Slaye, Marie. Lan defl; GWed wistftn, Cecily Alidibert, Alail KHsofl, 4tld Jack Mayer all contribute toward A feally acceptable *hoW. Flans at AIlab'A 'HEART TO HEART/' Beautiful Mary Astor bas a delightfu...

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BRIGHTON REGATTA. Record Attendance. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

BRIGHTON REGATTA. Record Attendance. The Brighton regatta with each year grows in popularity, and ? Mondays fix ure was the .most -successful. yet held. iprp \r.ia a rppnrri flttenriftnee^ and from Jrighton to Seackff the beach was thronged with people, as ' well. as the northern side of the jetty. The motor traffic was particularly heavy, md -was well' controlled by. the local police, assisted by corporation- employee. With one of the finest beaches in Aus tralia, a splendid depth of water, and a' Bne harbour for yachting,' sports of all descriptions were provided. At an early hour parties began to- arrive, and tents and picnics lined the beach. .'' All. day the jetty was packed with people,, and the gay coloured dresses and. sunshades lent a touch of brilliant colour. The, sports were well contested, and great interest was displayed by the public, in the yacht ins: and the swimming and athletic events. Special buses and trains brought many people. The weather was perfect,, with. a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

'THE REGISTER' SMALL ADVERTISEMENTS. « 'JSS-g1!-1*^ ^^.^Sale, or to JT/rt; Wanted to Buy or Wanted to Sell; Wantd to Exchange: x!FS£S*'-Ft&?A®!::-{m3&eSllt Wanted; Hotels and Restaurants Wanted, to Let or for? 8da« ProdSei - «*f W ^'SLi^i **&!** FKnds No4''! Miscellaneous Wanted: Stock and Vehicle. Wanted or for8al? Motors and Cycles for Sale or Wanted; Poultry, Dogs, Birds. 4e.; tost and Found. 'mm™ or Ior °»le '-_.: BRING GOOD RESULTS. WRITE YOUR ADVERTISEMENT ON THIS FORM AND HAND IT TO YOUR NEW8 AGENT, OR SEND l- . DIRECT TO THE OFFICE. s cLAS8mcAra)y: ? amount. .lines; number of raBERTioycC' . - ' i, '?' -'? ' s. 1 - -'-»-. ' ? . . ? Y ' *'''l0'aI ''^^K^ifn!'^ at a wtsssoi. homw r*wij!-b Shop in the Morning. . ' . ? ♦ .' '? ii In Adelaide 8 am and The Morning Press are synonymous. ' , The one brings the new day. the' other brjngs the day's newt. ' j More than ever before the Morning Press emphasizes the ' . , fact that tofday is the day and that to-morro...

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OBITUARY, [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

iQBITUARY, Jlr. Robert Searby, of Jesmond Dene 'Aldgate Valley, who died. on Decembei SO, aged 63 years, was a well-known figuri in the city, bavins' been for 38 vears will juuer Anasrson, Liimnea, nmaiey sireet. Ho was a general favourite with bis fellow-woVkere, who lovingly styled him '.'Uncle Bob.' Sinco his health failed about two years ago, on many occasions his co-workera have shown their prattical sympathy by visiting Aldgate Valley as a 'woodchoppini bee' or 'a bridgebuild inn- bee,' to assist him. Mr. Searby was torn at NewcaBtle-on-Tyne, and came to South Australia 41 years ago. He resided at Prospect for 30 years, and for the last ,11 years had lived at Aldgate Valley. He ?was a member of the Loyal Albert Lodge, LO.O.F. In 1887 he married Miss Matilda .Chappie, Bister of the late Mr. Charles Chajjple, of Broken Hill. His -widow scrvives, and there arc two eons— Messrs. K. C. M. Searby {Aldrate Valley) and fright -EC- Searby. (California; U.S.A;), end three- grandchildren...

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TWEEDVALE KINSHIP MATCH. ANOTHER VICTORY TO E. WATKINS. Military Kingship to E. E. Koster. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

fPEliAI£ « ANOtHER VICTORY TO E. 1MHHS. .' '?*' '. '' .— ? ?♦ ? r— ?' ... //? )PW ihigsWp to E. L Koster. ? ,4 The weather, on: Tuesday- morning promised to be v difficult for. the - shobting.in.the annual kingship match on Tuesday. However, the atmo 'spheric'conditioMimpr'oyedwonderfnlly.-but there was something ; that baffled .the riflemen, and the winning score, by E. Watkins; was the lowest for iome; years :.tbwii. the. medal. . ? ' 'This is the tenth ?_'. time ..this 'rifleman has won a kingship, and. the third time during the last six years he hag been suc cessful at Tweedvale.' His first win was at -the Hahndorf Kingship in' I9W, and he has won at'Magill, Tanunda, and Oak hani. ' .' The officials of the shooting were:— Patron, Mr. T. Watkins; president, Mr. A. L. .Watkins; : vice-president, ilr. E. Walkins; committee, Messrs. C. W. F. Schultz, S. R. Hannaford, H. Klaer, J. Q. Schapel, W. Rohrloch, A. Heater, J. Fox, L, L; Watkins, and W, Jantke; secretary, Mr. P. E. Seuter; m...

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AT THE BARRIER. Aidesina Wins Again. BROKEN HILL, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

AT THE BARRIO. Aidesina Wins Again. BROKEN HILL. TneadaT. South races were held to-day in Sot weather, Jesuits;— - HURDLE RACE. . , ? Two and &- quarter miles.; IVEEILPERA, 9'st. (Ilyan) .. ...'.'.. 1 (onsta, 10 st. 4 ft. (McKenzie) ...,,.. S iVntgate, 10 rt. 10 ft. (k Jeffitr) .. .. « Other starters^— Coonatalba (G. Campbell), Retrieve (Lindsay). Betting — 6 to 4 agst; NorasU. 2 ttvl Coonar titn. 7 to 2 Westgate, 8 to 1 WREILPERA, 10 !O -1 Rerriev*.' ?. s ?.. ??-,? '..;. Won crmfortably by a length and a half, -with tVertcate a length furtlier back.'. Eetrieri.was rourtb, and . Conaralba last. Time, 4.12, NOVICE HANDICAP, ? ? .. Six. furlongs. , . UISS BELINDA (B. F,- Raven) i. ..*,. 1 UirdNovar (Mr:-J.Cann) .... ...... 1 ljahonette fN.- Chevally) -vi-w.-v.^ . -*????;. . S 'Other ? starters— Sealport I (Lawrence),; Denny CEddy). Prince Flaviol (McKende). Mema French (C. Hood), Turn of the Tide (D. Camp* bell).. .-??.'???? Betting— Even* ? Denny. 4 to 1 MISS BE UVDA. n to 1 ...

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MONEY WASTED. Luxuries Problem. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

f^NEY-lASp). Luxuries Problem. ? A protest against '.the squandering oj inbU§y ia iuvestnients: oti 'passing ten rjrifleies sucli as do^-racihg was 'msdC by Sir Edwin BtocKidn iii an addrcs) to the Commerce Society, at the London Scnoo! of Ecouomies. ' Sir Edwin's address waJ ehtitlgd 'fihane'e and Luxury,'' and he discussed the definition of !_a- luxury trade, protesting against the* assumption of cer tain Laboiir^obidiist Epeakers that sUcli enterprises as artificial silk production rfere ifi th6 hattife of simi-luxuries. , Re viewing ttCeht statietlei ifi regard to in vestments, Sir Edwin pointed; dtit-'that in. 1826 ihe aggregate of new issues -was ffcHniYtrilt Tljirn Wii Hnf fiKlnfi in iny of the issues to which objection eould jfe Ukeh'oh the groUnd that they were usury; issti« tf 6Wf-'deTeldpmettt of un jroduoftive undertakings. ' In 1927 fhera *ere teigfii of a tendency ,tjf In entirely I'iterent' nature:' the aggregate of new iSsues was £^15,000,000; - There, wiis. a ieav? ...

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BIBLE CROWDED OUT Bishop Deplores Neglect [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

fllBLpp^^oijTi' BiShdp ^Id^:^Iect; - VWl* afe-; SJbles so pften ^not Ohlv printed. poony( but bound irl mournful i !. uuLiVt,J'?fis5ilT ihat.alffl8»f a *ay#_ bladk sholila be regarded a* suit 'r{F. 'I1,. tt yuiuiue wnicn contains KOOU tidings!'' ?'? -..--: o flJtiHJ!^fi .« addfes*4 to the people df..Bis,diocete by, the Bishop offiouth ffgfte jJOrjjCrril Gofueft) in -a pas^ral letter. Bishop Garbetl tiprcssM tlje' opirlioft tliit (here areJniiltitUdcs &f people Jfh6 are' nt'lte Uhfitniliaf with the Scrip tures.- flie reasons are ninny,- and they may be. found in the reaction from mis taken ideas on Biblical inspirationni' in the stream or modefn literature' wHicji boiifa forth incetsantly from the p'uli' IlsBert. and ..wlllcli- crowds out the reallv great, Books, and in. thd failure to teach the youngt to form the tegular babit of Bible MWjflg. 'WhaUVel may be the causes,' adfl* ilie Bishop, 'there, can Jje rln flpubt _ that ?th.ere art tens of thousands who to all intents an...

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MADOM AGAIN. Success in Bagot Handicap. Standish to Aga Khan. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

PMM« Success in Bagot Handicap. MFABOirRVE Tuesdav. inc V.A.U. neia.lia acw.ieart iny jictiinn to-day in hot and windy weather. The attend lace wu fair. Details:— HURDLE RACE. Tiro miles. Mr. S. W. Biggin'i eg. PIXIE LAD, by ' Eaton, Lad— Pixie, aged; 10 st. (McDer inott) ? 1 Mr. C. V. Smith's b.m. Fred Brown, aged, 11 at 8 lb. (W. Howson) .......... 2 Mr. H. E. Connolly's b.m. Migrant, '6 ym, list. 6 ft. (G. Truskett) „ ? 3 ? Othrn starters— King's Path, 10 st 10 lb . (T. Butler); Sir Gleam, 10' 8 (C' Sheldon.*; '?and. King, 10 7 (I). Zeally); Not Infallible, 9-1 (A. Trotmson); rVhom, » (W. Whiley). B«tttag-^5 to 2 agst. Migrant, S to 1 Fred Brown, 4 to 1 PIXIE LAD, 8 to 1 King's Path, Sir Gleam, Not Infallible, 20 to.l Wanda King, 38 to 1 Fathom. - ? ? ' ? At tbe six furlongs Fred Brown was in charge from Pixie Lad, which blundered badly, and at the half-mile Fred Brown was in control from Not Infallible and Migrant together, with Pixie Lad 10 lengths away. At that stage Pixie Lad...

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NARRACOORTE RACES. Small Fields and Decreased "Tote." NARRACOORTE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

NARRACOORTE RACES. Small Reids and Decreased ' : viRBACOORTE. Tuesday. The Narracoorte Kacmg A'''' «cv' '~ meeting wai held tc-day. The course was in good Srder. The president (Col. _D. Find- ater) took an'ic»lve interest in the day'i-IW cMdfngs. Mr. TV. B. B, Wakebam (stipen aUry steward)1 directed the dayV racing, with tbe assistance, of. the club's stewards. r .Only two horses ran. in the Hurdles, and bt Rpa, who took charge in .the straight;, won by a length. ' Four candidates sported silk for the Messamurry Handicap, for which Bonny Deen wai made a! warm favourite, and' she. won well from Ludoval and Udy MInona. The Novice Race brought 10. starter! to the post and Beno and FrariclaCaton were made favour ites. The winner turned up In White Jatz. For the Graziers', Handicap three was ; the main, and the favourite Bonltarian won. . Four candidate! came out for the Moy.HaN Amateur Handicap, for which Tower Unit vra« made favourite. Biuo wen almost from em to rod, beating Tower Bolt...

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RENMARK PICNIC RACES. REMARK, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

RENMARK PICNIC RACES RENMARK. Tuesday. A most succcsMur picnic race meeting ttii add by the Renmark -B.S.A*. 'at tbe Renraark Racecourse this afternoon. In* tbe presence of * large attendance. The sport was interesting, ana comparca laTouraDiy wiia iaat vfiincsscu at retrlstered meetugs. Official! : — Patron, 'Mr. J. T. HigRins; president, Mr. W. J. Prendergut; judge, Mr. J. McCormac; bandicapper, Mr. A. Mitchell; starter, Mr. L. S. Trenaman; dark of course, Mr. F. Quarrell; clerk -of scales, Mr. R. Shepley; secretary, Mr E. Fisher; assistant sec retary. Mr. L. A. White; stewards. Mean. A. Mitchell, F. A. P. Wyllle, D. T. Durieu, and H. W. Bowman; saddlecloth steward. Mr. T. Bar rington; timekeeper,- Mr. W. O. Cuttle. _.A smoke social was held in the R.S.A. Club hall in the evening, when the prize! won* at the meeting were distributed. Results : — ABiiY AND NAVY STORES HANDICAP. .-.':? Six fnrlongi. . ? _ ._ DETACHI (8.. McGregor) .: .. ,...'.., 1 Ubour: Party (Hall) ........;..... ...

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RANDWICK RACES. Surprise by Vallino. Valais Stock to the Fore. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

RANDW1CK RACES. I %S6rpnse by Vsdfijio. Valais Stock to the Fore. ; SYDNEY. Tuesday. * ksccs were new at jwnawica. lo-oay. w NEW YEAR'S GIFT. ; Seven furlongs, Mr. C. H. J. Scbmidt'a am. MISS AUS TRALIA, by Valais-rOpaque, 7 st 2 ft. (A. Parr) .. .. ? * Mr. Otway Falklner's b.g. Fool's Pandlse, 9 it. 6 ft. (T. O'Bryan) ? 2 Mr. J. Tylden'! eg. Gesto. 8 st 11 ft. (M McCarten) '.. .« .. .. .- ... .-.'?.»? ?? Other. lUrttrs— Aorangl.(Bartle). Preposterer (Toohey), Sharp Son.(Fie.ld),.Pionma XA. Hun ter), Grecnhcath (Ellis), Blnshing ;..tFellows). getting — 5 to 2 agst Goto, 3 to 1 -Aorangl, 4-to.-l MISS AUSTRALU. « to liPrepostfrer. H to f Foal's, Paradise.. Dividends— £l 11/, 18/. and ' If. '' Ihvesledf. ' 13,272. '' . = Miss Australia .-led- into the straight and won' by/one and a quarter lengths, wtth-a mm! lar distance1 between second and third. Then came Blushingy 'Aorangi, and' -Diorama, with Sharp Son last ?;', ?:.-? is. ? 'i-T. . - ?.NOytCE.HANpiCAP. v \ ?'.''*' One'and'*'^*^^ m...

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LATE SHIPPING [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

LATE ySHIPPING, : The motor ship Heidelberg . from Ant werp',' ;to -the agency of 'Messrs.1 George Wills & Co., came up the Port Biver to a berth at Birkenhead Wharf late on Tues day - afternoon. 'This -morning she will begin discharging 500 tons .of gener-tl cargo, consigned to this port. ' The Aberdeen-Commonwealth Line pas senger steamer Esperance Bay, due early this morning at Outer Harbour from Lon don, has 30 passengers to land- here, and 1,150 tons of general cargo.

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MURDER CHARGE. Detective's Admissions. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

MURDER CHARGE. Detective's Admissions. Extraordinary evidence was riven at averpool Police Conrt last month, when oseph Beginald Clarke (21), an American niversitv student, was committed for rial charged with murdering Mrs.. Alice Tontaine, a widow, aged 55, by strangling' her. Clarke is also charged with 'the : at tempted murder o£ the woman's daughter, Mary Agnes Fontaine (10). Det.-Sgt. E. Tomlin said that 10 days before the alleged murder he saw Clarke at Mrs. Foiitaine'g house, following a com plaint by Mrs. Fontaine. In Clarke's presence, Mrs. Fontaine described him ns 'the biggest liar I have ever met,' and asked the detective to make him keep arway. Cross-ezamjned by Clarke,' Detective Tomlin admitted he told Misr Fontaine that Clarke was & ne'er-do-well, and ad vised her to give bim up. He also toM her that Clarke had been in prison for fraud, but be denied that he said Clarke would turn her out on the streets if she married him. - 'SMILED AT MB.' . Speaking of the ...

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AFTER WORLD MARKETS. Taking Mr. Bruce's Advice. Motor Firms Unite. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

AFTER WORLD MARKETS Taking Mr, Brace's Advice. Motor Firms Unite. Details hitherto kept secret of the' first organized attempt by British motor car manufacturers to capture , the American nvprttPAa mArkeffl. nnri ultimately the world narkets. were disclosed at.- the endot November. * The firms involved are the Sumber. the Eillman and the Commer ?ar companies, who are shortly to amal gamate 'with the object of producing a car which, it is claimed, will stand first in the world market-.- This new combine will :ontinue to produce their own -individual iars, but developments, 'will, however, tlways be focussed on .vehicles for' export, the sole activities of . which are being undertaken by Messrs. Bootes,-. Ximited. Details of the scheme were explained by Mr. W. E. Rootes. The genesis . of ? the scheme lay in the ' advice ? of -Mr: Bruce, the Australian Prime' Minister, when at the Imperial Conference he'Baid— 'Get ;to ;ether and pool your resources.' 'That, briefly,' said Mr. Rootes, f...

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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

| TRAVELLING FAST I B OF BO 1KB OOT.B3 TOTTHB OB *? THB RIRITT EOAtt I TOURISTS' ROAD GUIDES I SHO|f THTWAY. SNEfDS SPECIAL SALE OF SUMMER DRESS GOODS. . Silk Fuji. ? ' High-grade -Pure Silk' Fuji, good ' ?hades of Orange; Cinnamon, Cyclamen, Prune, 29 In. wide. . ' Uiual price 3/6. '1 /ft HiEYD'S PHICE, TAHD . .V. .'. :?*?', ' Crepe de Chene. . ' Good oeavyweight Pure Silk. Meal' for frocks. ? In'ihadei of Pawn, Botade Rose, . Bow Beige, Putty, Grey, Mnl-. berry, Flame, Butt, 8aie Bine, Apricot, Fawn, Uaize,. Brown. Cbampagne, Gold, . Oerite.' '86 in.-'wide. '? ' ''. - Uraal price,. 7/11 yard. ?? K71 1 SSEYD'S VALUE, TAHD ..'. ,*?'?:*-*? ?Fancy Crepe de . Chene./ . All good deilgns in mtdimn and tmall. patterns, nice toning* BUltable : for . street. frodo, 38 in. wide. . ..: 'V' . ? Uiial-pHce up-to 12/fl yard.- Q/11 SNEYD;S GOOD VALUE, YARD V' J-J-. Art Silk Lingerie. . -Soft and dainty / for r cool -undervrearj- ?. Good shades with neat floral' and. bird designs. 38 in. wide. ? ,...

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