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IN THE COURTS. REGISTRATION OF LAND AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

JNTHEGPtlB REGISTRATKW OF LAND AGENTS. Mr. L. H. Haalam. 8.JI, presiding at the 'Adelaide Local Court on Wednesday, approved -the . following applications for registration under the Land ' Agents Act: -As. Lands Agent.— Arthur Roy Barnell, loclety secretary, of Kast terTace; Kenting ;on Gardens. As Land Salesmen.— Arthur Phillip Synionds, of King William- itreet, Adelaide uJcssie Biggs, of Flinders street, Kent .Town. '-? ?'? : ? ' ILLEGAL USE OF A MOTOR CAB,. Albert Hctry Just (19). admitted in the idelaide Police Court fbefore Mr.-H. M. uuirhead, S.M.) on Wednesday, that on December 28 'be used a. motor, car 'without consent of the owner. He was 'Ordered Jwce months' imprisonment.- -Mr. B. Tu. L«nthall (Police Prosecntpr) «afd tbe car, vhich belonged to Mr.-H. B. Hanlon.' was eft in Greufell street at 8 p.m. When Mr. Hanlori went for it at 1030 it was nisw'ng. .Next day it was -found aban loned at Nuriootpa, with the front bum icr 'bar -broken off. Defendant and- two joys were ° a...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
48 HOURS WEEK. Timber Industry Position. A.C.T.U. called In. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

48: HOURS WEIL Wer ^Indostry f osilion; r At present the question of what .shall ' be done In connection with , the Increase 'of hours of timber yard employes to 48 a week Is In -the' Kands of. the A.C.T.U. , Although the new -award in the timber industry- came into force on Tuesday, the timber mill proprietors did not take imme diate advantage of it. The holidays inter fered with the. arrangements, necessary; therefore the hours of employes will; not be: altered until to-day. . The employers intend to open the* mills half an hour earlier each' morning, ' so that work will be started at 7.30 ' instead of 8' o'clock. The houre will be \ from 7 JO ajn. nntfl noon, and from 1 p.m.: to 5, p.m. Mondays' until Fridays, - and from 7J0 a.in; . until noon 'on ; Saturdays. .. -/. ;' ' * .. ? Disputes- Committee ..Invoked. \ Prompt action' -was'taten by^the' South Australian branch of the Timber Workers' Federation' to' meet; the. 'position. The secretary (Mr. C. J.- Burge) met the in dustrial...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FALL FROM LORRY. Farmer's Tragic Death. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

FAUrsrab»Jik)Ritr/ : Farmer'f . Tragic Death/ Mr. J.' A. A. Zander, an old and re spected resident of BoWer, died on Sun day' from' an injury to the spine caused by a- fall from a- load of straw on the previons day, while assisting his son in the homestead paddock. Born in 1852. at luchleim, Prussia, Mr. Zander came to Australia in 1872. He lived at Freoling until 1880, and then took up land at Eba. He married. Miss Pauline Bartel inJ882, and in 1892 removed 'to Bower, where he had lived on his farm ever since. He has. left six daughters — Mesdames C. Zer ner (Mount Mary), G. H. Hoffman (Lanieroo);-H. Ktimann (Neale's Flat), A.;Freuhd-fEudunda); W. Giersdi (Mount Marj-). and^H.'Menz (Bower); and- ou'e son, Mr.' Albert Zander '.(Bower). . -?

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EATING HIS HAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

EATING HIS HAK ' . Hatter— 'Tin v afraid 'this is, the softest relt we have, sir.', ? , . : .'V. ; .' Customer, (loser .of wager)— 'What J vant is something- a little more '.tender.1 I've Rot to eat it.'' . '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

WALTER & MORRIS, LTD., %: UMBER AND IRON MERCHANTS, { -Dale!. street; Port Adelaide, aod Frainkiib street, J- Adelaide.; . _ ' ' We bit* ?thlpttraf 01 American .Tdlo* .Mas Imt irriiM.; tnii iltc^tuce Urge^gaantUltij ol 'flnt-'chij 'qnalltj ' Baltic ' Flooring'. to , ttock. ? :_ -r '.-.. ,/ :?';?-;???- i-';. ?:.';'';,-:?-.-, y'~

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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GREAT SALE. Myer's Methods. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

GREAT SALE. ..MyerVMeftiik..; ? The very name of 'Summer. Sale' is enough to arouse a flutter in any really feminine breast. Bnt there ia something different:' something; distinctiva'-'about the. ~~-- sale on which' the, doors of ..the Myer'j Emporium' (South ' Australia) 'will open at precisely 9 this morning.- -Among the new- things that this new year is bringing is' this, great summer sale,- which in* volves not only one or two departments or-:*a few' special lines, but tho whole huge fresh' stock in the big emporium.. There is no backward look about the methods of the firm. As last year's snow melts before the 'sun in northern lands, as yesterday's roses give place to ? fresh ones, so does the stock under the firm's management change,' and renew itself wholly each season. Not merely orna mental, but perishable goods are involved; everything has come under price revision. The_ method of business of the Myer Em porium is always to get rid of every item of this season's goods— 'new...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FEDERAL OFFICIALS. Important Changes. CANBEBRA, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

FEDERAL- OFFICIALS. Important Changes. ? CANBEBBA.WedncsdaT. ! The- changes of departmental' lieads, an nounced 'by the Prime. Minister r-Jef ore Ch ri^t mm, took effect to-Jay. ? ? (' .'? ' 'Mr. Percy Deane left the office, of the secretary to. the Prime' Minister and took, over-the secretaryship 'of Home 'Affairs' from Mr. Clemens, who went to the Pub lic Service ? Board, while Mr. ? MacLaren left the board and tnok tbe office vacated by Mr. Deane. ? ? It is anticipated that' a good deal 'more will be heard; of the changes -when' the House meets. . ,? . ???? - - ?.,-.-?

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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TOC H FOUNDER. Rev. H.E.E. Hayes's Return. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

TOC H FOUNDER. Rev. H. E, E. Hayes's Return. The Bev. H. E. E. Hayes, who, founded the Toe ' H movement in, Australia, .ar rived, in. Adelaide oii Wednesday by the Ksnerance Bay on ha return from a tiin to hngland and the Near- hast. Accom panying him was Mrs. Hayes, who founded . in the Commonwealth, tbe women's r branch ' of the movement known.' as the Toe Emmas. Five years ago, Mr. Hayes was Bent to , Australia to 'prepare for the coming of the Kev. 'Tubby' ? Clayton, the original founder of Toe H. He expected' to stay for. three months, bnt bis duties as Federal padre occupied two years, and then he became rector of a country parish ia Victoria. - After . a stay of about three months in Melbourne, he will go to Babaul to do missionary work. Before coming to ? Australia, five years ago; Mr. .Hayes was a missionary, in Egypt,, and, on nig . just completed tour, he- revisited' the scenes of his former work. He then set out for Palestine and snect some time m ' the Near East. . . ',...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

i: THE BURDEN OF | ?? ' ' ! TRUSTEESHIP ( ; demands the expert knowledge tnd I f resources ot a highly trained and I I . specialised organisation. | ( I Executor Trustee and I . j Agency Co. of S.A. Ltd J 1 - offers a service which for j I Permanence, Security, and | I Efficiency I I eonld not' be equalled fay an Indt- | I vldual trustee, even if he devoted | 1 his whole time to the administration § I of your estate. , | ' I Trustee Building. 22 Grenfet] St, { I Adelaide. ? ?-' ? I I Telephone S200. \ fipiilli^iiiiijimiBwmi^ . - tTSSOthc'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. mas .) a e o o s. ... . . ??? '-*?' A Leading Melbourne Dally for ore? 80 Tttn. All tha oem given brightly to picture* ud ' ttory. Special featom ererj day. ' '? ? IT HE A 0 ST R A L A S 1 A N. A Hational Weekly, completelj flint tnted' (ram cover to cover. Beantlfol pictnra produced by -tha latest diicorar in pictnTB ? procen, including coloured plitct. , Wholesale. Gordon ft Gotch (AP«U), Ltd.. and all Sm Agtnti thronghont Sontb AnrtrtlU WILSOf . It UACKEIKOK. Proprietor*. Uelboame. *300o WENDTS Optical Department, In chtrgi ot Mr. P. E. LELLMAH, Certified :? : Optician. ? -. ? ? SATISFACTION ASSTJBEDl ? . ISOtiue a THIRD TEST MATCH— ENGLAND ? V. ADS-' ? . . TRALIA. Two Pases of Pictures. Special' report by *'J. W.' (Jack Worrell). : Topical Adelaide Pictures. Adelaide Social Notes. Waite Agricultural Institute. ?SEE ? '?THE AUSTRALASIAN.' Now on Sale. Price, Sixpence. Improved pictorial methods,' giving clear detail and exquisite finish. ILLUSTRATION'S. -....

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TENNIS. England v. Australia. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

flllll.; England :v| &? ^Australia. r . - : . SYDNEY. Wednesday.. ?For the test match, between Great .Bri tain and. Australia, which will begin to morrow, at ,Rushcntter Bay, the playert im-n lippn frrAflnV-in 'rhfi following order: Great -Britain.— H. W. Austin, J. V. Gregory, E^Higgs, G. C611ins. : Australia.— J.' Crawford, fl. Hopman, F. Kalms, J. Willard. . \- ?The £rst singles contest tprmorrow will be between' the1 New South '.'Wales cham pion ' F. Kalms, and E. Higgs, and in the concluding rubber, tbe British champion H. W. Austin) will meet the Australian Javis Cup representative, J. Crawford. On Friday Gregory will meet Hopman. 'Higgs ind Collins will play Kalms. and Willard. On Saturday Collins will' be opposed to Willard and Austin,, and Gregory will op pose Crawford and Hopman. Exhibition games', will ' be played . each day: ' :

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

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TODAY'S DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

TO-DAY'S DIARY. Tides.— High water, 7.20 a.m.; .low water, 1^0 pjn. .' : ? .'...'-'' ]''?'. AMUSEMENTS. ''? ' 2.30 and 8.— Majestic Theatre— Jim Ger ald's Company. . . ? .. - .' ; 8.10.— Garden Theatre— Musical Comedy .Company. ' ' 8.15.— Palais Hoyal-^'Cabaret.' PICTURES. AU Day.— Regent— 'A New. Year Wed ding.'., . AH Day. ' —? WondefgrapTj — 'Hanting-. ??' tower.' .- '?'.'. ? . ' ... ''?. ' :?.? All. Day.— Pay.— 'The Haunted Range.1' All Day.— York— 'Start to Beart.' ? ', 2.30 and 8.— \Vest'a-r'Sim Kwting Wan.' ?'??''. MISCELLANEOUS.^ All Day.— Zoo ( and Snake, Jark. .

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LAGGING BEHIND. Lindrum Neglects Chances. LONDON, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

LAGGING BEHIND. Lindrnm Neglects Chances. LONDON.' Jannnnr ' 1. Scores in the billiards match between Davis and. Lindrum are:— Davis' (in play;, 1,591 (including breaks of 503, 434, 265, and 240); Lindrum, 1,223 (best break »)?'?-' ? : ? ' ? ?' ?:...?? . . ? The Australian had a disastrous day. He scored 382 to Davia's 2,507,'' failing to take advantage of bis chances. Davis built up a series, of big breaks, largely by top of the table play, his nursery can nons being especially skilful. ' ..

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COMMONWEALTH BANK RETURN. SYDNEY, Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

COMMONWEALTH BANK RETURN. SYDNEY, Wednesday The bank return since the last return ot the Commonwealth Bank was made avail able a fortnight ago shows:— Bank Issue Department, at December 31.— Liabilities —Notes issued, £48,658,223; other items, £40,000. AKsct^-GoId. coin and bullion, £22,281 ,9S7; debentures and other securi ties. £25,319,923; other assets, £1,096,801; total assets, £48,698.226: ratio gold to notes, 45.79 ' per cent. General Banking Department.— Liabilities— £4,380,273; capi tal and reserve deposit*. £39,456,891 : bills payable and other liabilities, £1,902,520. Assets— Coin, bullion and cash balances. £1.358,505: notes. . £3512,785; . money at short call in London, £1734,000: Govern ment and other securities, £8,879,707; short-term loans, £2383.580; discounts, ad vances. 4c, £10,033,419; bills receivable and other afscts, £2,416,598; total assets, £45,748,684; ratio cash to deposits, 11.58 per cent.

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OPPOSING NEW SEAMEN'S UNION. BRISBANE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

OPPOSING NEW SEAMEN'S UNION. BRISBANE. WmliMxutntr. ifle application for the registration of a new seamen's union in opposition to the existing one, will be opposed by the fede rated Seamen's Union of Australasia, lor which purpose Mr. H. G. Carrigan. sec retary of the Queensland branch, will leave Brisbane on Friday to attend the Federal Arbitration Court, when the application is made on January 15. ' . ,-?

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SELLING T.B. SERUM. An Offence in Switzerland. GENEVA, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

SELLING T.B. SERUM. An Offence ia Swiberiaod. GENEVA. Janu.rv I A_new law wdl operate in SwitzerlaaA as from to-day, under which all person? are formdden to advertise or sell any secret remedies for the treatment of tuber cu'osif' The question has been raised, whether Hen- Spahlinger will be affected. opanlmger is at present in London, but it is stated in his behalf that he ha» never sold or. advertised his scrum.

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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TANKS FOR PENINSULA. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

TANKS FOR PENINSULA. Hhe Commissioner of Public Works (Hon. Jf. Mclntosh) on Wednesday said that tenders had been accepted for ' the erection of a number of tineas and tanks on tyre's .Peninsula. They would be erected in the Hundreds of Cootra, Kappa koola, Guthrie, Travers, Condada, Smea ton, Bookaloo, Kaldoonera, and Pinka wilUnic FINE AND HOT. The weather office reported on Wed nesday at 9 p.m.:— Owing to the- rapid easterly drift of the anti-cyclone, the cool southerly change that set in over South- Australia' on Tuesday was very short lived for, by this morning, wind had veered easterly. Temperatures again lose, and, except on parts of the coast, the -weather on Wednesday was fine and warm to hot, maximum 105 deg. at Cook. At Adelaide, after a cool night, minimum 54.1, the thermometer rose rapidly, reach ing a maximum of 89.1. Another depres sion has made its appearance around the south-west corner of the continent, and felling barometers in this State to-day indicate its rapid...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

C C^rtl come ™tt*fihc flavored \ « ^-^ J Raspberries to make ^Tasmaniaf ^s perfect EsSeiiCC^ V^^f»s^ ^w^^^ HPHE climate of Tasmania is particularly favorable ^ij^^gjr^ 'X to all kinds of berry fruits, and Raspberries grown -i!.Jo^^ on' this verdant island are exceptionally fine and ; iS$?Hc full flavored. The delicate flavor of the Raspberry is a TaWSSW very diffiqult one to extract, and only the finest berries j4mBJU3 ' yield an essence which retains the true flavor of the fruit ?ttJcHf The finest Raspberries are selected as the source of BlckfordV ^Jff8$H| 'Our Jack' Brand Essence, and the fine fruit flavor » captured : ragnWJV I ' and retaiaed by a special process of manufacture. It to bottled, ^X8ajj&3k . - labelled, and packeted in the striking yellow carton, under TjaBBagNu perfectly hygienic conditions which ensure absolute parity of the ? -iSffBy/Qjif ? contents. The claims' of quality we make for our Raspberry ?: SfsHBlSf 'Essence are also true of all other essences...

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A MINER'S RIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

A MINER'S RIGHT. The collapse of .the co-operative scheme. for the working of the' Catama- ran coal mine, in Tasmania, marks 'the end of a valuable economio experiment. Although unsatisfactory- to the partici pant^ the results have .their, lesson for Australian industry. The. problem was not peculiar to ihe Catamaran' mine; but it had. not been attacked -in. this way before, Tho experiment began promisingly. Faced with a 'shortage of capital, consequent upon the expense of .installing new. plant, -and the cost of meeting /'uneconomic' union demands, the Catamaran company, in September, 1927, decided to , adopt the course rof action usual in such circumstances, and announced a. cessation of work. Then the miners . showed a new -spirit of initiative, and set- about proving that the mine could be worked on their terms. The results have been discourag ing. - After nine months, the men have lost faith in their ability to pay them selves union' rates- They have decided that socialisation ...

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