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

; '.';.: -I : AUCTIONS. JA. &~HATiI» CO.,-LTD., Produce Uercbants,;Hall Court, off Waymoath : ?. - ? ??»? — — itwet - ? ? : ' AUCTION ,-SACES'TOF 'LIVE PODLTRT. ?Monday, Decembe?- 31tf; Wcdneiday, January Sad. ' ' ? ??;?;, \,, ? -1(3,8,13 T^MOIUMW '(Thursday), at 2 p.m. SALE OP .?WEfcBUItT ;'fREESTONE-AXD- ,BRIOK \aJA' Asp'HbtJBEHpLD.FDBNITnRE. AT THE HESID&CE,'ll';.fiTANFOHD STHEET, ? Z.' -PAHKSIDE. . ? (V., .,'.... , ; TO-MORROW (Thursday), 3rd January,, at '- .'.; ?'', ,'2 p.m. j .' ' THEOCpREBRlICE & CO rave received ' instructions, 'from Mrs. C J. BOWN (Ttho Is Ija'rinff the' State), to sell by auction as above; . , . ? . . ? Frecrtonc-ana-Brick Double-fronted Tltla of Five Booms, Kitchen, Bathroom, and all con Yenfences, being the whole of the land comprised Jn Certificata of Title-Volume .510, Folio 166, contafainK H perches or thereabouts. ) ? ? The Furnishings comprise Sixteenth Century Grandfather Clock, -in Oak Frame, by W.' Bilhic, Eneland, Circul...

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

{ypiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiM \j)oncM®iiS\ W^S™' HALF-YEARLY I I SUMMER SALE | I Commences THIS MORNING at 9 sharp 1 I Big Bargains in Every Department | s A Smart Selection of v ^^^^ / / ? / I I Crepe de Chine and Marocain - - /f //i^JIa \ I/' *^§^ ' ' '1 | Frocks and Jumper Suits 'm^r 9^1^^ mf^^^ - I ** Tn All Usual f 'rices Sale Prices // » %jff 'Y^^ il I /v ^S' X\ \ S I the £5/15/- ....55/9 59/6 /ifRL^l^ n/Mk * 1 I NsX '£5/5/- ? 63/- Jill 'USmk i lei OGns ? 69/6 H/Bk ifl | i s^ 6Gns ? 79/6 mmm R^f m 1 = s.s.w.. 7pnc RQ/6 ^^yi. :f- l&K !v&fc'$'Jjk&* I I ' m ' 8Gns ? 99/6 ^Mwui^^W^n I E- Greatly nr - r aB^WW^ I ( JVl |. .Reduced 9 Gns ? 5 Gns. ^^f^lX^M Iff/ ? I 'an excellent range op ^^Hli^SBi^^--^/ ' I I^adie§' Crepe de Chine and ?Bljfjlv^ ^Biad ^Y I j ' . Crepe Satin Frocks * jlnf $ Bw W\ '~~ i S in Aa^efl of Blact and Ns,^. Lat«t e^yle*, *ome with uneven hemKn'», B^ml MM %\- I ' ^ Si other showing Flehn and Pleats. ' tF m I , -fllef^ii I ''''^ 9 S, ' Usual P...

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ROYAL PUDDING. Queues Wait to Stir. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

ROYAL PUDDING. ? r*- ? ' ; '.' ' Queues Wait to Stir. ' 'God bless him ; and I hope he may ,' le well enough to eat' it,', was the wish' . expressed by ; one woman as she stirred ?«m Kinu'a 'RmnirB one-ton Christmas gudding at the Cookery and. Food hihi ition; held at Olympia. ' The wish was only typical of hundreds jbf others to be' heard, as the visitors filed past' the 12 tables, with white enamelled tops, on which were being mixed portions of the giant pudding, com posed entirely of products from the Bri tish Empire. All through last week in November the mixing process- was con-, tinued, and on the following Sunday the .Various sections were assembled' in cubi cal form, measuring 3}- ft. round. .Directly the exhibition was opened there Were enquiries for the demonstration theatre in the annexe, where the public are invited to witness- the preparation of the King's pudding, -and to take part in the stirring. 'You must wish before you stir,' one .woman reminded her com-, nanipn. '...

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Weak Fields at Morphettville; Arnock's Second W.F.A Win DAY OF EASY VICTORIES ARNOCK AND PARALLANA IN FORM. BURNADES AGAIN; TOKEN'S FAST SPRINT. BIG DECREASE IN INVESTMENTS AT MORPHETTVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

Weak Fields at Mowhettville: Arnock's Second W.F. A. Wiii: ?uY'wfiiiixhiWm ARNOCK AND PARALLANA IN FORM. BURNA1DES AGAIN; TOUEN'S FAST SPRIOT. BIG DECREASE IN INVESTMENTS AT MORPHETTVILLE. What is really the second session' of the 1928-29 racing season in . this State was ushered in at Morphettvllle yesterday, when the. S. A J.C. . opened its New .Year's meeting, and the fixture, like most recent metropolitan meetings,, was marked by a decrease in attendance, and a' serious decline in totalizator investments. ...... -, Arnock showed that his recent form was no fluke by winning the John Barker Stakes, a w.f.a. event, from Naseem,, and the favourite Cheason, while the James Aldridge Handicap iwertt to ParaMana. ? ???-??- After' the lessons taught by the Cup Meeting at Port Adelaide, it was gene rally ? imagined that there might be a brightening up for the new year, but such was not the case at Morphettvillc on Tuesday. Although the' weather was fine and cool, the attendance was much b...

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WALTER TURNER,TYRE SPECIALIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

WALTER TURNER, TYRE SPECIALIST. ; ? ifr. HJ.W:.Pope has purchased the busi ness of Mr.' Wn1*'- Turner, and intends to carry- on the, good name engendered. l-y Mr. Turner, as a' tyre specialist. He fully realizes that 'Service' plays a most im portant-part in' a' business of this nature, »nd it is this 'service' which he intends to give, and with -which he hopes :to re tain the custom of the late Walter Turner.

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EUGENIC "LORDS." Electing Peers' Successors. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

EUGENIC 'lORDU' Electing Peers' Successors. Declaring that- the principle of primo. gc-niture was unscientific, Dr. JV C.' S. Schiller, in -a paper on 'Kugenical Reform of the House of Lords,' read before tli- J-ugenics aociety, suggested that on the death of a peer his relatives should, elect their worthiest member to fucceed.- : . .Dr. -^chiller. contended that as a Second Chamber'- v'-'J-wus ?-:- comparable -^ j-.Hin iwliacs -^ with' Aa' . Coiurt of A- peal in-' law,: it ? tended to ; be 'a Senate, but it need ' not' be so_ , octogena- rian as the ;C6urt of Appeal:' '' It should be constituted upon some distinctive prin ciple, such' afe the representation of in Wrests, whichfi though nationally import ant, were little able to obtain representa tion' in' the Commons. The hereditary principle was not to be scorned. 11 hereditary ability existed it was unscien tific not to utilize it. 'Truly scientific reform of the Lords,' Dr. Schiller said, 'would set out from the fact that herita...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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GOOD COMPRESSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

GOOD COMPRESSION. To obtain good results it is most im portant that, the full force of the ex plosion should act on the piston, and that there should be no leakage of gas through loss of . compression. The com pression of any one cylinder can be tested by opening the remaining compression taps or removing the spark plugs and slowly rotating the crankshaft. Avoid using old and broken washers for the sparking plugs. Smear these joints with oil, then 3 there is any leakage bubbles will appear on the upward com-, pression stroke, of the piston. A valve head should make a good fit in its seat ing. If the surfaces in contact are pitted or burnt away, gas will certainl} leak. In such a case the valve will require grind inp- ?, . Cylinder walls are sometimes scored through dust entering through the car burettor. To prevent this a gauze pro tector is often fitted over the intake pipe. The trouble is also caused throueh dirt or srit in the lubricating oil. The re medy is to remember that the ...

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RESTFUL DAY. Eight Doctors Consult. Nutrition a Vital Point. LONDON. December 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

RESTFUL DAt Eight Doctors Consult. Nutrition a Vital Point LONDON. December 31.' It waa officially stated, at 3 p.m. ' to^ay that His Majesty the King :' wag having a restful day. Sir Stanley' Hewett, Dr.. Whitby! Sir Hugh Kigby, and IiOrd JJawsou issued at 8J0 p.m. the following bulletin:— t ?'.' His Majesty has had a food day; Thar* Is no' thing* from this morn ? Ing's conditions. A baetirlologletl examination shows that tho extent arid potonoy of tho local Infection art' diminishing. ' . Five doctors consulted at tho palace for two' and a halt hours before this morn ing's bulletin was issued, and carried out a further general review of the case. It )s understood1, that during the- past 36 houn the King's progress has been slightly checked, but that there bus not been any actual setback. The position ia rather that progress has' been: interrupted .than that any ground has been loit. Profound Exhaustion. The chief point in/the bulletin this morning was the reference to exhaustion1....

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

POUT AUGUSTA PICNIC RACES. PORT AUGUSTA. Tuesday. ? ?/lie annual -new year picnic race meeting ma held to-day. . I Then was a'gpod attendance, ind visitors from many northern and western xntrca -. were present. The racing was ' goal, LC|n;wtuajj m s,iic ivih ^iu)|^-t.A iie»i- vu|-i niiiku ras 'won by-Mr.'J. Jarrett'i Dclphinius, by two lengths. ? A'mlthap occurred In the first race, nhen Jockey Byan collided with a post and «us tained an injured collarbone. He was nmoved L6 the local hospital, and is making satisfactory progress. The arrangements tor the day .were ably car ried out 'by Mr. T. Mclnerricy.. ' The vrcather mi .hot until the alternoon, when a .cool southerly breeze sprung up..' ? Results: — COBUKNA STAKES. «r.J. A. Jarrctfa DELPniNIUS (McKcniie) 1 Ur.J. J. Brennan's Lucky Choice (Scarmau) 1 , Ur.. H. Schmidt's Anton Brook (Finlay) . S .From a (air. start Delphinius and Lucky Choice | raced together until the straight entrance. Del phinius then drew away and won by a len...

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MORNINGTON TO-MORROW. TRIAL HURDLE RACE. Two milles. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

MORNINOTpN-TO-MORROW. ; - TBIAL HDBDLB BACK.' ' '?'?'??'' ''? Two aSn, ' . ' ' it. ft. ' ? ? ? '*? ft ^^t(aris^»sss^-|« HoS^lO ? « 7 Wlnootkl (») .90 Citami'll) . 9 .7 Klng^s Thread (1) » 0 ' '.';' .' ; HANDICAP MATOEN PLATE.' '; ;--..,' ?'!??.?. Six- forlongi.-: :'.'-. ?-.' ' CklSy (») . . V S'liTont- Ctrden. : . :^f?. ;«:^W' ??;?* ' ..?;?*? IIOBHINOTOX OOLD COP. . . : '??'~: ? . Nine and a qiiartet ': hrlong*. - BmoVeBomb (8) 9 8 .Avemui (10) . 7 j Coogee Bay (5) 9 8 Bnckeen (6) .. S is Oreenmi (9) ,i. J 0 Araudo (I) ._.. ? 8 - 9 Bilaw (1). . .? 8 ' 5 ErerbriKht'. (7) « 7 Wnce Don (U)-: 7 8 -Dora'sSWer (3) « T pnliiue .(*)? . '.7-; «^ -.??..???..?.'. '?? ? ???': J-FffO-TEAB^ftLP HANDICAP. v..y ,; vront-andri:'haU:.iniionfni. ?- ! ^Bethany (1 V . :. ^ b' BUiiot tte Bu* .-- ? ^)'rfe:'8»Vrr^^': :B«ari«r%) ^J * _(S) .: , . . 1 1 MuBidwa (5) .83 .._...? *%%&?:-*&. ^ : .UOBNhlOTON PtJBSE... . : Flti« : farlonp. CottonMer \ , ?? , T»™« Card™ 7 7 Or4«i»tat( il) ,8 . 5, ppo...

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"SNAIL-PACE SCORING." Slowest on Record. Punishing White Recommended. LONDON. January 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

'SNAIL-PACE SCORINGS Slowest on Record. Punishing White Recom mended - ? T/YWnftV:: .T.nnVrv 1 . Mr.- Ucra Hill, in ablcv manges, itatet that' £nglrad . nctda 'SQO runs ? in Jio first innings to equalii* the chances; ?Jp '? thinici Rradman '. and a'Beckett anould liave peen .more aggrassive; due says that they were playing to ..orders. He fails also to understand why the Australians continue, to fall .into ? the Hendren-Tate trap. After expressing sur prise that Chapman did not give1 Lar wood an earlier trial at the pavilion end, Mr. Hill remarks, 'I do not under stand why White it not .punished by tbe batsmen.' - '*.':'?% '' 'We may,' siys Mr. P. F. Warner, 'have all our work cut out- to win' this match.' ' He declares that a score of 168 runs in a day's play is the slowest ever known in ? test history, and adds that he hopes to tee England 100 ahead on the first innings,', 'because* ?'even' the Melbourne.' wicket shows . signs of wear on tbe fifth or tixth day.' F. E. Woolley urge...

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BOWLS. ARDROSSAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

BOWLS. ABDBOSSAN. t A natch between- Bnie. Bowling Club ,asd local 't^amijtas played at Ardrossan on Satur day. The guify wind troubled the players a good* deal. The Tcnalteam won by '26 points. Ardraisan. 94 — H. Polklnjfhorne. W, Cane, W. Matthews. S. PolUnghorne, 21; Petenon. Duke, Lorell, J. Brown. 14; V. Sanden, Z. Sanden, A. P. Smith. H. G. Smith, 20; Koch, W. Beare, Hoekimr. UontRomery, 36. Bute, - 68 — T. Bettcu. Alford, Gill. H. Dcttcsj, 21; Puidle, M. Stetins, W. Hal), E, BetteFs, 20 j H. Schro der, Booney, Jacketf Bessell, 12; Bowman, Bead, 0. Pin-die, Dnnlbp, 9. ' iVICTOB' HABDOUB CHRISTMAS ^TOUBNA- ? . MEST. ? In the Victor Harbour Christmas tournament exciting contests hare been the order of the carnival. Ittfults: — '? Fint. Bound.-^FIehr. 21, beat Henderson, 13; JT. Dumboll, 21; beat G. A. Bond, 12; G. Stock, SI, beat H. Lewis, 18; W. H. Badloff, 22, beat A. B. Oreen, 11; A. Cebliardt. , 24, best A. llitchell, 8; F. Leak, 21, best F. Bayley. 10; W. Pitcher. 21, beat ...

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RACING NOTES. MENTONE, TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

RACING NOTES. MENTONE:.TO-DAY. - There will be a race meeting at ifen tpne to-day, and the programme is pub lished in another column. S.AJ.C. ACCEPTANCES. All horses jnbt' scratched before 3 p.m. to-day for the second day of the,S.AJ,C, New Year's meeting, to be held' on Sat urday, will be considered acceptors, and their nominators will be held liable for all fees payable at scale. 'OUT FOR TWO YEABS. T. Roe tvaa disqualified for two years for alleged dishonest practices on the turf while riding Prince Ramarco at the South Broken Hill meeting on Tuesday. : RETURNING HOME .The Aides' mare Aidesina, which won four races in succession at Broken Hill, will be sent back to Adelaide to-day. TRAINING ENGAGEMENT. . Mr. ; T. Hi McKayi of the Kambula Stud, has engaged 8. Rover to prepare his forthcoming yearlings for racing next season. BARRIER POSITIONS. The barrier positions for the Mentone meeting to-day are: — . ... Novice Handicap.— Sir . Lanius 10,- An nouncer 1, Red Javelin 3.' Pendenn...

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NORTH SHIELDS RACES. Novice Winner's Big Dividend PORT LINCOLN, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

NORTH SHIELDS RACES. Novice Wiper's Big Dividend V.v .?'.?: PftRT' MVCOLII. Tuesdar. North Shields races -mm beld to-day In fine Weather, and there m a luge attendanet. Be-, suits:— ' ? . . ' t : ;.. SEW TTKAlfS OUT. . 1 * . Sit furlong*. .'. ? OIQOtE. » it. 10 ttV;(Htggrtty .. .. .. 1 Spanish Maid, « st '(JenKn) ? . .. 2 Boyal 8!goet, 7 it.' 7 lb. (Moody) .. .. .. J -Otner itarten— Hentniore, Bnrnorm. . DM-. dcnd,.£3 15/: Time, 1.1S}.' ' ' ? ? ' ' ? '-? NOVICE RACR. Six furlongV ' ?'.' ? . ? ; MIRBEEK, 8 it 12 B-.;(Clo«e) ...... 1 Tosari, 8 st 12 B-V (Harrison) .... ...» Burraental, 8 it. IS Ifc.- (Hills) .. .... 3 Other starters^-Male Haste. Vintage. Wantugs lMatd.--Dlvidend,-f»7-'10/. Time, 1.13. i ? * DORWARD HANDICAP. ' One mile. SAN MARCO. 7st. 13 ft. (Harrison) .. 1 Kerlwyn. 8 it- 10 lb. (Brown) ;.. ;...;.. S Scraplron, 7, it.- 7 B-^.(SaclH^-.-. .. ?? ?? 3 ?? Otter Were- OlwltVXSocratea. .Caitletoo, ^ctafKimj.? Calif. 'Dividendv** 10/-«ni £1 ?1/. Time,-l.«J. ? '???:'. ?-;??' ...

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STILL LESS. TOTALIZATOR SHRINKAGES Nearly £150,000 Since August. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

Sip-lESS; rOTALIZATOR SHRINKAGES ?x' ' Nearly £150,000 Since 'August By Orleigh. Racing elubi in thli State art faced with one of tht. most sort* out financial situations that has oeesrred for some time. Since 'the racing season' began in Aug ust,- totalizator investments have ? shown a continual decrease, and after 'yester day's meeting at Morphettville, which opened' the new year's racing, the total decline. since August 1 is in the vicinity of £150,000. This in itself represents a huge loss both to the racing clubs and the Government, and if present indica tions may be taken at a guide, there is every likelihood of a continuance of tha shrinkage! - in machine investment*.* ' At Morpbettville yesterday the. invest ments for the first day of the S.AJ.C. New Year's meeting were more than £ 20,000. be W those of 1828, while at Port Adelaide last .week there wai a drop of nearly £40,000 on the two days' racing. _' City and Country.. ? The only, outcome of the serious fall ing-off in m...

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THE TEST MATCH. POSITION WEAKENING; HAMMOND THE STUMBLING BLOCK. AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

THE -TEST MATCm POSITION WEAKENING. HAfflOND^THEi STUMBLING BLOCK. BY C. G. MACARTNEY. AUSTRALIA. first innings .. ? ^97 ENGLAND. , ..;:?;-. First hnings. . J. B. Hobbs, 'c. Oldfield, b. a'Beckett .'. ? 20 H. Sutdiffe, b. Blackie ? ?.:.... 58 W. '. Hammond, not out '. ? , ? 169 A. P. F. Chapman, b. Blackie ? 24 E. Hendren c. a^Beckett, b. Hendry ? , ? 19 D. R. Jardine, not but ? 21 Sundry..... ? i. ........ 1 Total for 4 wickets .. ? 312 Bowling.-^a'Beckett, 1 for 74;. Hendry, 1 for 35; Blackie, 2 fo r 63; Oxcnham.' 0 for 53; -Grimmett, 0 for 72; Ryder, Oforr 14. The weather was very hot on the' resumption of play, and it was a most unpleasant dav for cricket The crowd was not neany so aense as on the first two days. The wicket was good, and of . very easy pace. . Hammond and. Sutdiffe commenced sautioutly agatnBt bowling of good length. Dppoied to Orimmett they found it dif ficult to tteer the ball between the strong off-tide field.. Singles, however, were cleverly stolen, and some...

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COUNTRY GAIETIES AT MILANG. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

COUNTRY (jAIETIES AT MILANa. . . Visitors during the Christmas holidays at the Pier Hotel -were:—; Mr. and Mrs. - BueXJey, Mr. ind Mrs. Uerrctt. Miss'Sprigg. and Master Mer rltt (from Victoria-): Mr. C. Dodd. Mr. Holmes, Heun. Scbuiu (2), lUEtet scnuuz ii), Mr. ind Mrs. Hardem,'. and- 311st- Hsrdcm (I'ort Augusta) ; Vr. .and Mrs O. C; Ooudie and Ismily, Mr. A. W. Williams - (Brighton) ; Mr. a. J. Day. Mr. F. Ellis, Mr. O. P. Bennett; Mr. McLeod, Mr. W. T. Lawrie. Mr, , Lawrie, an.,' Dr. O. W. Purves, Mr. and lire. B. Brooks, Messrs. Oliver (2). . ? ;,.. ;, AT KKaSCOTEi,' ? ' [' Osone Hotel. — Guests at this hotel during iveck ending December 19th Indnded: — Mr. and Urs. Matthiat, Mr. and Mrs. D. Bower, Mr. and Un. Culver. Mr. and Mra. Newsham, Mr. and Un. Brokensha, Mr. and Mrs. Inkster, Mr. and Mrs. Farley, Mr. and Mrs. Trenerry. Mcsdames Keillor, Heuzenroeder, Stewart, Mlssei OeaeJi, Ule;i (2), Gallasch, fildoli. Klelnschmidt, Shakes, Brownettt, Northern, Knight, Kcnell (2), Saylo...

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TRADE, FINANCE AND MINING. TRADE TOPICS. HIDES AND LEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

TRADE. FINANCE. AND MINING. TRADE TOPICS. ? ..— — » . . HIDES AND LEATHER. There is a better tone in. the hide mar Jtct, an-l prices are gradually TecoTerisg ? tinuer the influence of international ' buy inff. accordinir to files to hand from Lon don.. Domestic marxet Aides nave been in rather sUort supply of late, and prices lave advanced 'on average by about id. per ft., best ox now Belling from 8d. to §id. per ft). Many tanners are, working in a reduced input in view of the dull demand for. leather, but seem unable to prevent the advance of their raw material. Oversea hides have slightly 'improved, and as America and Germany have been inte rested in. Fregbrifics,' prices have gone UP to lljd.for Argentine ox, sellers . pressing for further advances, which are not yet paid.' Dry hides are also advancing, and B.A. Americanos have sold on a basis of.l7d., and are 'now held for 17id. Afri can hides also share the appreciation, and | dry salted Queensland meatworks hides are up by abo...

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

I ^^^;:'-.^WZl^:.-{ ^ffiyr SAVINGS EVENHT, I I DRASTIC REDUCTIONS IN :AEL DEPAR™ENTS. I I ALL COATS NEATLY REDUCED. ?' ? ???????.?-..' ??? ? ????? t i/ll, M Leg SOk Hose ....... 1/3 5. Men's Smart Suitt ? . : £4 10/ I I Indian W ta&*hfwS: ' 21/, Crmoltae Model Hat, .. ,. 9/tl ?? ?? ? ^-m^^^«^ W^^Jn' ' -^^-t=^ ? v Indian - Head UnSt LOatS, tO Hear, 6/11. . Beautiful wide shape- Suit. Crinolines, moil daintily trim-' ;..,,.' ? ........ . . . two-button . front outride breast pocket JoM™ *°«r ? I :. . ' Black Silk Coats, 35/9 for 19/11. : : Z9/kB^°J&Si*rl «^'J££ ' ^'^ircS^S^J^IL!!^ ^ ?' . ^c*'.- ~ r - ;? ? ? - ''Z?^' I I ^^^ntr^,Bfi^K^^V^r'^l; ' ? ?»*v5-?S^.I1S^*SfcA^nSJw: fi/ii Bow' Odd Coats '? 2/6 Men's 'Kerchiefs ..;,..... ...- 4/ll. Dor. ? ? with tailored collar, all fitting.. Craven'. Summer Sale, SB/9 please. Craven's. Summer Sale. 29/6 for 17/9. '-: - ty11* B0*8 UOa UOatt ' , ? ' ' :: : . &l° GENTS' WHITE HEMSTITCHED HANDKERCHIEFS. ? L-^Jl^Ufri^' *--^^^^...

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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WOMEN BARRISTERS. A Correction. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

WOMEN BARRISTERS. X Correction. In a recent issue of The Daily Cliron was published, which included a pan BS*.--S?C* _c«»°Panng Mrs Helen-, with an eminent- huton-in who h no ' longer m f ctjve pracUce us a barrister and by inference classifying l,cr among thosa members of ths Bn who rend for Bar examinations 'without am dennit ' intention ol becoming practising bir rwtcrs and as preparation foi othfcr careers.'1 The Proprietors of The Daih Cliron ide express their regret at having thns maccnrately described Mrs Helena Nor minton. — s Those oversea and foreign papers which -nnnted the article are requested to ' 'nj this notici ij

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