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TRADES AND LABOUR. MEETINGS TONIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929
TRADES AND LABOUR. aiEETINGS TO-2aGHT. Australian Brnshmakers. Federated Ironworkers. Sheet Metal Workers. . Federated nooneral Hotel, Club, and .Restaurant Employes. ' Tranmways' Union. Timber Workers. „ AMALGAMATED CARPENTERS. 'Owing to the mterpoaition. of the holi lay season there trill be no meeting of ' ;he Amalgamated Society o£_. Carpenters ind, Joiners to-night. The Jiext '-meeting rill -not', be convened ' for ? a: fortnight. INDUSTRIAL PEACE CONFERENCE. Organizations of workers are looking 'orward to the resumption of the In iustrial Peace Conference on February I*. Messrs. T. P. Howard, A. G. Angell, md H. J. Eneebone will again be the frades and Labour Council delegates from this State. No new items are, to be put forward for ? discussion, it being felt that those already suggested will provide naterial for long debates. It is thought Ubo that they fully cover the ground of industrialism and that any ether matters ire simply branches of them. It is not considered likely...
MARMON STRAIGHT EIGHTS. At Price of Sixes. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929
MA^OlSSTRAldHt EIGHTS. At Price of Sixes. ,. Official ' production : figures definitely establish Marmon as the world's largest producer of . Straight. Eights-^-and Marmon Qutnut':is crowinK bioser every day, as nore people realize mat airaigut rjyiiu. jut-pprform - sixes, and that a genuine Harmon-Straight Eight is now obtainable it a price' they 'have been accustomed to Day for the average six. 'One has only to ride in a Marmon to je convinced of the absolute luxury of xavel provided by a perfected Btraight dght. The smoothness of operation, the lurging power, flashing -speed, and ibsence of noise is immediately apparent. r¥iien-'it is realized that this amazingly ijrperiox -perforinonco-and comfort is ob tainable' at?-no, 'extra cost, it is easily inderstood why Marmon bos come to be -ne of the most talked of, and* popular :ars in the- world to-day.- -? ? - ? The petrol mileage and general running :Osts of this car compare: more than avourably -withT the average six. Crawford-Ric...
DELICIOUS CHOCOLATE SOUFFLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929
DELICIOUS CHOCOLATE SOUFFLE. ,This recipe .from « chef:— ? ' ?'Take,'; -said he, 'rather less than U oz.br pure cocoa. 5 tablespoons of castor Riiirar. tlm vnlki nf 2 and the' whites -of 3 eggs,- and icing sugar. Grate, the .cocoa, add a few drqps of cold water and the castor sugar and melt the mixture over good heat, stirring it well. ' A copper pan is best for this. . If you haven't one, then use an enamelled iron pan. When the chocolate and sugar are melted and smooth take the pas' off the fire and add the egg yolks, stirring them in one by one. Taste to see if it is sweet enough. Then put the mixture to cool. 'Beat up the egg whites to a stiff froth. Rub the souffle dish all over with oiled butter and coat it with castor sugar, working it round and round so that every place is covered. Fold a little of the egg white into the chocolate and then the re mainder can go fn all at once. Handle it lightly but mix it well in. Put it into the dish so that the top is even, and bake for 12...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929
STOP HEADACHE WITHOUT « DANGER. Bayer, who Discovered Aspirin, gives Directions. Since Bayer discovered Aspirin' and introduced it to the medical profession in 1!XH-, many imitations of this original genuine Aspirin; are 'being, sold, some as Asnirin. an* oth'-- are being loudly advertised under similar, names, but unless you ew the name Bayer on tablets, yon aic not getting the original Aspirin prescribed by physicians fo: over 25 years as a harmless way to stop headaches. When you suffer headache, - from any caufe. or you feel nervous, unstrung, or excitable, be sure, you take only genuine Payer Aspirin tablets ob directed in package, and relief will come without any bad ?reaction.''''-' Bay r Aspirin never affects the' heart, deranges the. stomach, , or forms a habit; besides, this genuine Bayer Aspirin costs no more than those, uncertain substitutes am! imitations, which no physician would think of prescribing. All Chemists sell boxes containing 12 Bayer Aspirin tablets,' also b...
"CROCODILE TEARS." Mr. Hill and the Unemployed. The Premier Comments. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929
?^[(CWtOMD^^TOAI^ Mr. HiUaadtlife Unemployed. The Premier Comments. The, Premier (Hon-YR. L.' Butler),; re- ferring on Wednesdiiy;' to: the- remarks. of the Leader, of the Opposition (Mr. L:-vL. Hilli with reirard to assistance to. the. un employed, said he. felt sorry- for., air. Mm, who appeared to have spent his iChristmas holiday's in ' a^fit ^pf 'Sepressioh,;: and- had endeavoured;. withput';very 'much, success fortunately, to -make the public, as; de spondent as.himself. In any case; it^was exceedingly 'bad form, to 'shed ?tears pub licly,' especially ? when'-'tHey''were;v aa!in this instance, crocodile tears. ' ? -, v Mr. Hill, continued-the_Premier,.did to thing. for. the. 800 odd registered unem ployed at Christmas time when. he .was Premier,- and '. now- gave' voice to strong resentment because the Government made money available for-Cliristmas work, in which .the.'indnstrial centres, in, the *co.un- try obtained, their 'full share. He also objected to the cash payments wh...
Hints for the Handy Man [?] ABOUT THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929
J&atsfortke XM aBO0T mP***: 3y fketco. Reilster reaoers mav .juhmlt amrla concerning real property, home buildings, or handyman jpbblnt inattvt to^'Fresw.-.care of The Register Office. ? All quastlons will be, rtferrsd to tbe mpw irof eulonal «uarters for reply. Regnlar rwders maw avail tltmielves of the Qolcl r Reply Service by using [thefooupon «Mo« appears 'at the foot of the eorrespon dence, and sending stamped and addreiMtl envelooe. No. 258^-MAKING AND BEADING A. DRAWING (Continued from 2Q/12/2S) .. It* should, be noted that tn -working drawings -no 'attempt is made to draw things. as they -appear, but they arc' drawn bb they are, which - is a much. simpler pro positionT The point is 'mentioned, be cause many good 'working sketches -'are spoilt by. an attempt to sbow-.gonSe porv tion: in .perspective!, which .would not other wise he seen. Instead of trying to com bine t.w»iori wore .views,; cm one-drawing, a Separate drawing -.isijiovotod -4o each yiew.ri'-(ihlr'is tru...
MINING NOTES. MOUNT STORMONT MINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929
- ' ' ' :.-..-' MOUNT ' STORMONT. MINES. ., Report for -fortnight ended December -22:— Hill Site— Made complete wood part frame for jilts. Measured up for all timber required,- and will concentrate all work on building - in alter the 'holidays. Dam' Site.— Completed thiifl and final section, and Increased capacity of dam from 11,500 cubic feet to 34,824 cubic ft. (217,600 gallons). - Cleaned out and re fitted all race oversows. Now blowing out intake to pressure column.. Inviting tenders for carting first Instalment ? of machinery. No rain during term, ? v . ' brilliant' qm. - Report for -week ? ended- December -26:— .Crushed since last clean-up 220 '.'.ton*, low grade ore; Have driven N. IS ft. In country rock. . . ? . . - - . T .TIN 'RETURNS. ';' Nawrig Pet.— During December .worked .' 655 hours, treated 69,500 cubic yards, recovered 30.2 tons tin; revenue, £4,200; expenditure,, £1,400. Huey Yot — Daring December ?worked' '480 hours, treated 103,000 cubic yards- recovered 36.4 ion...
HOUSE BROKEN INTO. Goods Worth £50 Stolen Smart Police Work. RIVERTON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929
HOUSE BROKEN INTO. Goods Worth £50 Stolen, Smart Police Work, RIVERTON, Wednesday. About 7 o'clock to-night, M.C. Spriggs received word from Clare that the home of Mr.-E. R. Sasham, school 'teacher, of Seven Hills, had been broken into and goods wortn sow stolen. ?hihuu «i hour of this notification, M.C.'s Spriggs snd Baker arrested two young men near Giles ' Corner, and subsequently the missing goods were recovered.. lA. few days after the school closed for the Christmas vacation, Mr. and Mrs. Basham left Seven Hills for Victor Har bour to spend their holidays there. After their departure, neighbours noticed that & window had been broken and upon closer invesitgation,' found that the pre mises had been entered by thieves. The Clare police were informed, and found the place in disorder. They communicated with Mr. and Mrs. Basham, who' returned from Victor Harbour this morning, and found that ornaments, silver plate, and articles of clothing to the value of aboat £50 were mis...
SHIPPING FREIGHTS. PROPOSED INCREASE. Are Port Dues the Cause? [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929
SfflW PROPOSED INCREASE Are, Port Does the Canse? ' Although little Information has been received In Adelaide concern- ' Ing vthe proposed Increase In freights to Australia, an announce ment is expected shortly. A cable: message in The Register .on Wednesday, stated that the schedule of the proposed increases' provided 'for an average addition' of 10 ,#er; cent, to the existing rates. ' V . ' ; . . The 'secretary of. the South Australian Steamship Owners.' Association (Mr. Krie K. Harvey) said no information -had been received in. Adelaide, but it was learned from.' another source that the increases lave been Hinted at for some time. I ? If the proposed increases are sanc tioned, the freight rates will be brought lack, to /the' level 'they were in July, 1926, when' a reduction of 10 per cent, jraa made. '''.?? ' is Addition Warranted?, Although little information on the sub Ject has been received : in. Adelaide, opinion in- ? some quarters is- against the suggested increases, it bei...
BUSH FIRES. RAGING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. 15-Mile Frontage. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929
BUSH FIRES. RAGING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. 15-Mile Frontage. SYDNEY, Wednesday. Bush fires are sweeping over a 15-mlle trontaie between the Wol londllly and Abertromble Rivers. ?Tho nnHir»«l- Twmn last week, and since then has increased in intensity daily. More than 10.000 acres of land liuve been swept by the flames; several station pro perties have been damaged, and losses of fencing are estimated at. £1,000. Only one homestead has been burnt, a though others were seriously threatened. Comat Creek. Limeburners, Coolong, The Gulf, and Bindock stations have all anf fered losses. IJ 3«MI Station Owner's Narrow Escape. Mr. Lachlan Lang's homestead on Bin dock was gutted, and Mr. Lang, himself surrounded by the swiftly-advancing flames, had a narrow escape from death. Mounting his terrified horse, he barely bad time to gallop to safety through the thinnest part of a ring of fire. It is feared that hundreds of sheep have been burnt to death. Many had been seen clustered on elevations in the...
MAIN BURST. PRUSSIAN DISASTER. Fire Killed; Many Injured LONDON, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929
MAIN BURST. ? PRUSSIAN DISASTER. Fire Killed; Many Injured. LONDON. January 2, Ttrrifle damage was. done today when a main ias pipe burst at, ? Dolsberg, Prussia. Rn aavpm wan thp esnloaion -that five people were killed, and . 17, .severely in jured. ' The injured people were- in houses nearby where the pipe burst, and all have been taken to hospital in a serious con dition. No hope is held out for. the recovery, of some of the injured, so badly were they battered in the explosion. Owing to the danger of fire or asphyxia tion from 'the gas which has been liber ated by the bursting of the pipe, a num ber, of houses in the district have been evacuated.
ESSENDON CRASH. Rhodes a Capable Pilot. Coroner Adjourns Inquest. Melbourne, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929
? ? ?;' ?:-i\-^. Rhodes a Capable Pilot. Coroner Adjourns Inquest. ' MELBOURNE. Wednesday. 'Rhodes was very game,: and inclined to. .take unnecessary risks, and ,was fond of diving' at houses, and that sort of thine,' said James ' Hat t; cneinecr at tached to t lie Civil Aviation Department, in evidence at the inquest which was held to-day into the deaths of Brian Rhodes, aged 21 years,' and Alfred Heaton, aged 18 years, who were tilled at Eesendon on December 26,' when- the aeroplane which Rhodes was piloting crashed from a height of 30 ft. 'Hart sqid that Rhodes was a capable pilot, and held a licence to carry passen gen. Before he took off for the fatal flight -Rhodes had flown to'Geelong. He told witness that the machine had been fifing very well. Charles Baker, 'electrician, of North Eesendon, said that at about 10 minutes past , 5 o'clock on the afternoon of the tragedy he was near the Esscndon . aero drome. He saw nn aeroplane flying at a height of about 300 or 400. ft; It be...
CONCERNING ESTIMATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929
CONCERNING- ESTIMATES. I Fre«o often raeeivts. rsqiiesU for estimate* of cost of matarial for building jobs, but ragrats that ha cannot supply anything but round, figure estimates In supb eases, and these arc; not very .re liable. He will, however, be glad to put coantry.or el^ readers In touch with the ; right people to . supply their requirements, -and' quotes are Invariably, forwarded without any obligation \to pur. chase. auiu»iutiiiuiiiiiiiiniiiDiinimiiininnnnpiniiiiin«inmm»ii«mimi
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929
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