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INDUSTRIAL COURT. CLERKS' APPEAL TO PROCEED. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929
lmtUSTMAL COURT. CLERKS' APPEAL TC\ PROCEED, .In the Industrial Court, before Dr. T. faritaon (President), -on Wednesday, the hearing vras continued- of the appeal against the determination of 'the Clerks' ^o.l Board, in relation to the wages or adult male and -female clerks. ' Senator J. J. Daly appeared for tbe ap wllanta (the representatives of the em iloycs on the board), Mr. Q. C. LtRert rood, with Mr. S. C. G. Wright, for.the epresentatives of the employers on the ixwrd. and Mr. A. W. Walker 'for1 the federated Clerks' Union (8outh . Austra ian branch). The matter was before the Court on )ccember 24, when Mr. Daly asked that t. should be referred back to the Tndns ;rial Board, and Mr.- Ligertwood re vested that the hearing should be pro* :eeded with. His Honor then said he rould consider the position, and announce lis decision on January 2. On Wednesday Hig Honor said he had lecided that it was his duty to hear and lecide the appeal, unless the parties ould agree. Owing' mainl...
EXPERIMENTAL STATION 5DR. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929
EXPERIMENTAL STATION ^ 5DR. Considerable trouble has been expe? rienced 'with ? the Master Oscillator trans mitter and rectifiers at 5 Don R. A UX280 full-wave rectifvine tube has been installed, wcicn improved the power sup ply, considerably. This or a Raytheon tube may be used; still bother. was experienced with the transmitter, and, now the Master Oscillator has been completely dismantled, and a new coupled Hartley transmitter has been installed in its place, which, within 10 minutes of being started up and adjusted, was considered perfect. 201A tubes' are used throughout, with 200 volts on 'the. plates, employing one as oscillator and.1 two as modulators. A two-stage re sistance 'coupled amplifier is used for music, using a Bosch pickup, the micro phone being transformer coupled. _ A'.l filaments are supplied from a six-volt accumulator, and input is 10 watts to the osctHitor... The.'-Mfrft. long aerial is-aflw, suspended between. a 50 and a 60 ft. mast, with a twin counterpoise...
RELAYS IN PLENTY. Sporting Listeners Pleased. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929
RELAYS IN PLENTY. Sporting Listeners Pleased. Although the sporting service provided Ijy 5CL during the past icw months, in cluding as it did descriptions of all the moro important races during the spring carnival intne eastern duks, dsb pru»™ satisfactory to the. majority. of the fcoutn Australian listeners, it is the intention of the Adelaide station to still further im prove ite jBporting service during the coming year. The relays from 3LO dur ing the past week, were broadcast for an hour, at a time, and these relays, be rides covering the descriptions of the third test from Melbourne Cricket Ground, allowed of several races in the meetings at Aspendale Park, Remington, and Men tone, so that listeners in South Austra lia were treated to a feast of excellent sporting descriptions. It is anticipated that further improve ment will be made in the sporting service shortly. Special arrangements are now being carried out to further enlarge the service, and the latest addition . to the p...
BUSY NEW YEAR. Pirie Waterfront Active. PORT PIRIE Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929
BUSY NEW YEAR. Pine Waterfront Active.' Ihe Fine waterfront during the list few days has experienced the busiest period for the past two years. The wliarfs have provided work for over 500 men. The new jrear opened with a scene of bustle andj industry. Practically erery member of t the local branch of the Waterside Workers' Federation has secured employment. AN though all is bustle and animation, the pro. sent activity is expected to be of short duration. The secretary of the Waterside Workers* Federation (Mr. W. Cox) stated that there r.-ere at least another 300 ,-nen who were not members of the federation who nava been seeking employment along the wharfs. ' [n a short tone work aloag the wharf* trill again be slack. ? ?
PRACTICAL POINTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929
PRACTICAL POINTERS. .Because your grid-bias battery will last a long, tune do not imagine it will last for ever. Six months is about the limi for the useful life of these. li yon get bad results from a good loud speaker either your set or the batteries may be at fault. The better the speaker the more clearly the Jaulfc shows. If you make your set whistle or howl when 'you are tuning in, you ' are using too: much reaction, and- causing interfer ence with your neighbours. . - ? CURING* CRACKLING.' A common cause of crackling sounds ia one. or more broken strands of wire in the aerial. '. ' ' » - ??. ?: ?'-. ? ?? ? ? Whistling and howling, noises may.be due to baa 'spacing between components, or to parallel wires running too' close to gether. ' : If you have an earthing switch or a lightning arrester, do no forget that this mould .be protected from the weather as tar as possible, and may need an occa sional overhaul. Flat tuning is sometimes caused by a leak across an ebonite panel or ...
SHORT-WAVE BROADCASTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929
SHORT-WAVE BROADCASTING. From January 1, 1929, the call sign of Philins's Short-wave, broadcasting' station has been changed from ?RCtfJ. to PCJ, in accordance with the new internationa regulations. Reports from South Aus tralian listeners on the reception of pro grammes from PCJ will be greatly appre ciated, and special forms may be obtained from Philips Lamps (Australasia), Limi ted. Edment's Buildings, Bundle street, Adelaide. ? ? -
WANDILO RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929
WAND1L0 RACES. ' MOUNT -OAMBIER. December SI. Haces were held at Wandllo on Boxing Day. here was a large attendance, -which included number of rlslton from Mount Gambler. The aclng was InUrestlna;. . The chief event, th« lurdle Race, attracted nine- starters. Offl iau: — Judge and handlcappcr, Mr. J. Barrj: tarter, Mr. T. Gammon; olerk o! coune. Mr. R. ^ouch; clerk' of scales, Mr. W. Sutton; .hono ary secretary, Mr. .A. Sutton. Results: — Hurdle Race, about and and (half miles. ? Juln. 10 at (H. C. Campbell) ; Noremae. 0 V..i\ a' (°'ConnoO; Amacol, 10 st fA. Jttle). OUier starters — Tollman, Lobcnguta, insria. Glen Fish, Clcolltt, Scotch Uat Won iy three lengths, with two lengths between econd and third.- Time, S.1B. * Maiden Plate, five furlongs. 10 at up.— Con- ner? (Bawdcn); Lady Corindi (UttleS; Dunre ran (O'Connor). Other starters — Glen Hi Miss Echo, Wlshband. Won by two lengths, with our lengths between aecond -and third. Time. Handicap Trot, two mllM.— Lee Ross, 90 yds. Ad. ...
TO PLAY NEW SOUTH WALES. S.A. Team Chosen. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929
TO PLAY fEW SOUTH WALES. SI. Team Chosen. The South Australian team to '-play apamrt New South. Walei in Adelaide, oa Fndaj-, January 11, will be similar with two exceptions to the one which' beat Queensland last week; Grimmctt replaces Johnson, and Lee drops out for Fritchard. The players are:— S.A. .. N.S.W. v. Y, Bichardson A. Kippax C. E. Pcllcw - B.'Bradman C. V. Grimmetl ?A.JaclMOn D. E. Pritchard ? C. E. Kelleway B. W. Hone W. A. Oldfield W. C. Alexander H. Hooter N. L. William* T. J. Andrews H.-E. ^Vhitfield A.Fairfax A:. Hack ' C. Nicholls T. W. Wa!i A. Marks D. O. McKay C. Andrews G. W. Harris. N. Morris.
S.A.J.C. ACCEPTANCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929
S.AJ.C, ACCEPTANCES. RUN AT HOBPHETTVILLE OK SATURDAY. 1 Qftr-JIOVAR HUBDLK RACE. .. . , X\OV ,Two miles and »« yaris. . - ^ £ ?st lb. ': . .? *, .st 1^ Centle (13) . . 11' 4 flnten (2) ... - T Idon (1) ... 10 5 Uurelmond (11) t 3 '«?» By (14) 10 S King Sam (It) 9 3 Joldcn Fox (8) S It Diplomacy (4) . 9 0 ralUngatU (8) 9 » Earl Marco (4) D 0 -«rum (17) . B 7, Macadam's. - -, 3U Excellency Reward (IB) 9 0 (15) ... 9 8 Meum et- . ; Ion Oingham (8) 9 6 _ ,Tunm .(10) , 9 0 'Ire Time (18) 9 5- *-«- Hour (tf) .', 9 0 Mrall /7)1 . . 9 *? .k - O 1K—HJELMSDAUE WELTER. *'«Xt' Nine furlongs. rransUtor (IS) 11 X Saspah (I) . . 8 11 )uh Box (II) . 9 11 KmJoI (i)' ; : g j xmgworthy (8) -9 8- Special Can (9) 8 « Karophlet«er(4) 9 S Trireme (It) v. 8 8 Hmjnt (U) ..93 Menylyn (17) 8 4 imbsssador (3)9 3- Droscela (14) .82 3rem Sign (7) 8.12. Drifting Star (0) 8 0 Margate (10) ...,8-l» Towra'(5) . ..-'8 0 Dilkera '(If) .' S'll ' ? ' ? 9. IQ\— COWASDILU HANDICAP. * 4W. .Fivelurlongt. ?? ? '? ???-? ?: S...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929
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MENTONE RACES. Lucky Card's Close Call. A Win for Suspension. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929
MENTONE RACES. A Win for Suspension. ^..ylr^-X^'iasiiOVmSE, Wednesday. The Mentone Racing' Club held a meeting to day in-jfine. weather.-. --Results:— ' ' :. - SOVJCfr HANDICAP.. -[;-: On«-mUe. 3fr;.A.' MUlrigc'a br.m.^AELETt by AH Black ^w^Emottr ?: s. fr*t?-&-alFTiod. 7 '-x i , Mr., F. W. arabich'i''c.ni'Bus«tt'wings,*iJ' yrs.. S st. 7 8- -—allowed 7 ft. (A. Camp 'bell) ..- '. . .. j, ,, .. ,; , ?- . ''2 Mr. J. Ssunders's c.h. Sir Unlui, 6 yrs., 8 st 9 ft. (O^Fauo) ............... 3 ^ Other sUrtcre-^-Bed Javelin (H. Coonerty), King Tinnut (F. Dempjey), Coybeau (J. O'Brien). Molcsme (C. Hare),'Thravrn (O. Phil ips),' Romaform (A. Cooper), Bobadeen (yi. Hoyitcd), , Betting (Argus prices)— 7 to * agst Sir anius. 5 to 1 ARLCT. 7 io 1 Bobadeen W Ilng-Tumut,8 to 1 Moleame, Thrawn, Boma form, and Busaett Wings, IS to 1 Coybeau. i UK1!*?- tnree^»rters of a length, with a length between lecond and ;thlrd.: Tlme,',lUl. 'PLATE. -' ' ''' Six furlongs. Mr. D. Canny's cm. SHADY NOOK, by...
NEW YEAR MESSAGE. To S.A. listeners. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929
NEW YEAR MESSAGE. To Si. Listeners. (By T. W. Beamp,' MJhst J£E., ;:'. 3eneral -Manager of SCL,. Adelaide;) In the course of. 'his reply to the Lord Mayor's toast at the.- Guildhall banquet, in November last. ' the British- ;'Prime Minister fMr. Stanlcv Baldwin) paid the loiiowmg striding trwuie to wireiens; — 'Look back on your own childhood. , Look, back at the people in the country you used to talk to. We in England regarded every one who lived across the --seas, as savages, pagans. We knew nothing: about them; we were not interested in them; they were 'those foreigners,' and when the mass of the people realize that, in, what- ever country in Europe a man lives, he, is a human ' being like himself,, with a family and family life, a wireless set, with his services on Sunday, his dancing in the evening, and with his lectures, war presents a very different aspect, and I believe that wireless — ordinary, common, or garden wireless— is. going to be one of the greatest bonds between th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929
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CHANGES IN BROADCASTING CONTROL. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929
CHANGES IN BROAD CASTING CONTROL It ia.' reported officially that the Federal Government has' taken over the Perth Broadcasting Station 6WF, and that the Bervice will now be carried on by the Post no details - have been announced so far, it is understood that the postal officials will run the service, both. the engineering and programmes. ' ? ? . Thus we see a start in the new develop ments foreshadowed for some time. About six months ago - Mr. Bruce said bis Gov ernment had decided to change the method of control of the broadcasting services. Under the new regime the ' Government would own and operate, the engineering services of the stations and leave the programmes to people more experienced in the business. That would mean enter ing a contract with an entertainment or broadcasting organization for a term of years. . ' ? That somewhat radical change followed rather surprisigly some negotiations that bad been proceeding for some months be tween the existing -companies, who had car...
5CL GIRLS' CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929
wfemszm-' Most of the mem bers ' of the 5CL Bluebird Girls' Clnb are on holiday, but letters that are wming from them, tell that they, .never forget the* motto; 'Make others iiappy.' and are on the look-out con stantly for opportu nities ot doing so. .muse irau me av home have brightened the festive season in many homes by visits, letters, and surprise parcels of dainties, fie. The new year is started with a fixed deter mination in the club to make it 'the best yet.' To be a- credit to 5CL_and in every way be a true Bluebird Club, making others happy and brightening our corner. - ? . .
STATE WATER SUPPLIES. Mr. Hill's Reply. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929
STATE WATER SUPPLIES. Mr. Hill's Reply. The Hon. L. L. Hill (Leader of the Op position), replying further to the Hon. M. MclntoBh (Commissioner of Public Works) regarding the deDutation from Port Piria in connection with local water supplies, remarked that from the salubrious ' climate of Victor Harbour' had come an other loquacious and inaccurate statement from the Minister regarding the Port Pirie deputation. Mr. Hill added that he wo* not going to continue a public controversy with the Minister as to the reasons the deputation did not wait upon him, but h» desired to reply to the Minister's misrepre sentations regarding what he had accom plished when Commissioner of Public n orks. In his long wordy st&tement th-» Minister omitted to say what he had actually done to. relieve the situation at Port Pine, and attempted to obscure the situation by asking what did Mr. Hill do when he was in office. As a. matter of fact, the Minister had done nothing in the matter of helping Por...
RECORD THRONGS. Holidays at Mount Gambier. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929
RECORD THRONGS. Holidays at Mount Gambier. The 1928 Christmas holidays at Mount Sambier -established a record as regards the number of tourists who have visited the south-east. Weeks ago '? the hotel lists were full; and when a big influx of visi tors arrived on Christmas Eve it wa9 Found -'impossible*, to ,'provide* tjhem witb accommodation' other than in ? private houses.' Many parties camped, out, _ and the camping area at the lakes 'was, and still is, well filled. .With increased con veniences, a better water' supply, and electric light, visitors find the camping lite ideal.:'. A concert in1 aid of rtbe Mount Gambier. Public Hospital was held Dn Thursday night/ Miss McNanamy and Mr. Fred .Sutcliff ?, . both . visitors from Melbourne, were the principal attractions. Cjocal artists who contributed to the jjro jramme were the MisseB Hambidge (violin ind songs), Phyllis Jacquelin (songs), Messrs. E. J. Price, G. Wright, and C. L. Wright (songs), Mr. Bruce (recitation), and the Mount...