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TODAY'S PROGRAMMES. 5DN, Adelaide—313 Metres. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

TO-DAY'S PROGRAMMES. 5DN, Adelaide— 313 Metres.; 7— C.P.O. cbimes. ?-.??? 7.1— Tune-In numbers. 7.5 ? THE CHILDBEJi'S SESSIOS, conilitlnj J bedtime stories and musical numben (or the attle ones, conducted by 'DADDr LOSQLEGS' 7.45 — THE EVENING SEWS SERVICE, «up plled exclusively to BDN,bj the proprietors of tHE NEWS. 8— -Resume of to-night*s programme. \^ pro* nammeof PARLOPHOSE . RECORDINGS, sup plied and selected by Messrs. EDDY'S, LTD., of Rundle street, Adelaide. 8.1— RUBE BLOOM (pianoforte), 'The Doll Danee' (Brown), 'March of the Dolls.' 8.7— GRAND SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. 'In 1 Persian Market' (Ketelbey); 'In « Monas tery Garden' (Kcteleby). . ? 8.10 — JOHN CURTIS (baritone), 'When the Love Bird Leaves the Nest,' (Wade); 'By the Did Red Mill' (David). ? - ;; 8.23— DAJOS BELA ORCHESTRA,' 'Souvenir (Paseller); 'O Sole Mio' (dl Capau). . . 8.32— NOEL TAYLOR (tenor), 'Whit .Does it Uatterr (Berlin). ?? . ? _ 8.36— SIDNEY BURCHALL (baritone), 'Char- 8.39— GRAND SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. 'Ray...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BANJOS AND HANDPAINTED DRESSES. French Brothers Interviewed at 5CL. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

BANJOS AND HANDPAINTED DRESSES, French Brother! Interviewed at 5CL. .Banjos and handpainted dresses! There certainly does not appear to be any con nection between them, and at first sight they appear to be as far anart an t.h» roies. .However, ? the French Brothers, who are now delighting SCL's radio audi ence, can prove that, bb far as they are concerned, they are intimately connected. There is no need to enlighten listeners as to the banjo-playing capabilities of this young duo, as they have already made themselves popular in South Australia by their renditions 'over the air,' but it is most interesting to note that their method of playing the banjo is unique in Austra lia. 'When we first studied the fundamen tals of banjo playing six years ago,' saW Mr. Roland French yesterday, 'we thought that there was. surely'*some method of handling the- well-known instrument that would produce ' great melody as well a9 rhythm, and after some time -we evolved the method that we at present use...

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JULIUS CAESAR—CRICKETER. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

JULIUS CAESAR-CRICKETER. Did Julius Caesar play cricket? _ To this question nine hundred and ninetar nine -people out of a -thousand would ?mmvjM* nneitnraiv in t.lio npirativf* Wpli they would be quite wrong. It pay sound strange, but nevertheless it is a [act that Julius Caesar did play cricket, ind further, , he actually played in Aus tralia, This assertion will no doubt con iure up a vision of Cassius. behind stumps, aking a. sly shot at Caesar's bails, and Hark Antony standing by exclaiming:— 'Ah Cassius, it is not meet That you should try .to trick our Caesar so, 'When be did - have one toe within his crease: ' 'Alas, my countryman, it is not cricket. But no! 'Twos not the Julius Caesar if ancient' Rome .who denned the pads ind gloves, but a professional Surrey ricketer of the last century who came o Australia with George Parr's second English team, which visited Australia in he year '1884. This interesting record ias jnst been disclosed by Mr. R. H. ^ampbell, who ban become f...

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N.S.W AHEAD. FIRST INNINGS LEAD OF 22. Thompson Again Scores Well. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

toW/ AHEAD. HRST INNINGS LEAD OF 22. Thompson Again Scores . WelL ' ' 'SYDNEY. WednMJ«v. The Sheffield Shield match '; between Sexr South Waloa and Queensland ' was resumed to-day in fine, though bois terous, weather. A very strong south westerly, prevailed. The game stood on resuming' Queensland 435,- New- South Wales 7-fot 379. . , The. overnight no t-outa, Jordan (13) and Ratcliffa (29) resumed' to the bowl ing of Nothling and Thurlow. The for mer soon made way for Brew, nho bowled into -the 'wind. _ Runs came alons slowly, RatcJiffe shaping' without confi* donee to Brew. Thurlow might have made a catch at mid-o ff had he- dived for it. In' the same over, however, the New South Wales captain was clean bowled, and the board showed 8 for 393. Ratcliffc ran down the Wicket for a drive and missed: Had the wicket not been destroyed the wicketkeeper would have secured a decision ;? in hii-favonr. f rj}6rd»n ! was W;%irlien'- jo!ned;ibyu . David *bp,and 'pr'cwntly'iOO appeared,' the tin...

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DRAMATIC COLLAPSE. ENGLAND OUT FOR 417. HAMMOND'S WONDERFUL INNINGS. VETERAN BLACKIE'S GREAT EFFORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

DRAMATIC XOLLAPSE. ENGLAND OtfT FOR 417. — r* - — » ?..????? HAMMOND^ WONDERFUL' INNINGS. ' VETERAN BLACKE'S GREAT EFFORT. . Mainly due to tlie grand bowling of tho veteran Blackle, England collapsed on. Wednesday morning, and the innings dosed for 417.- Ham mond carried hit score to 200 before a match-javlnn effort closed. ' . - Australia totalled 2 for 118; Richardson and Hendry -being out.: ? .. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. England was in a very good position ivlien play was resumed on the Melbourne jround lo-day, .in delightful weather. ' It bad lost' only 4 for 312, against Austra lia's total of 897, and the not-out men, Hammond and Jardine, were well set. The wicket belpcd them, for it \yas slow 'and easy— a. batsman's paradise. Bowlers with nip, and pacc- like a'Beckctt nnd Hcndry were unable to obtain any life out of the. ball, but. the spin bowlers werejatye^tbj turn, .oven -ltho.ugh it; rtna ?loWb/. '?'.-?;.-. '?'?: '' ' ,. -?-'-, '-?, ., -=ji '':&: -rWondfrfuliArtlstry.;...

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MORNINGTON TODAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

MORNINQTON TO-DAY. 1 IK— raui HURDLE RACE.' ,. ?--*O (--. two jbIIss. . ; . ,? st, ft. sti ft. Too Honest (12 10 10 Bounty King (IS) 9 8 Jrownboo (13) 9 11 Iwate (18) .,. 9 8 lose of Alntret Mlicuo (8) ;-. V8 r L4)»; vi- ? ' 1» OrnmU (10) . ...» 4 [«rd Matkhop* Qlynetto (2) Vrfr*'» (8) .... 99 OeoftVey (8) . '# 4 31I»schsn (3) . 9.9 Xennltdia (10) » 0 Iboomah (7) .07 Uwla (17) . . 9- 0 Voel (14) . . 9 7 Wlnooskl (9) . 0 0 ilMBli'(U-)'.. 9 7 King's Thread (l);9v-0 O 1 K— HANDIOAP MAIDEN PUTE. V. v| *-?***. ? Six furlongs. £'?? ' Cyilly («) . . . 8 12Yong Cardon I- V IVInwme Mary (4) .... 8' I r^i!1 W ? -«'»W MarooU , Destine. (2) .89 (7) . 80 SfVBId (3) ?-.. .87 Merri L«a (10) 8 0 Sarecto (11) .-8 7 Wateinpray (6) 7 11 rh» Don (1) .. 8 4 Well Spofen (0) :7 J 2#45~ UORNKaTON OOLB 1 CUP. k ''Nine and a quarter furlongs. - ' smoke Bomb (S) 9 3 Avernus. (10) .. 7. » :oogco.Bay (5) 9 3. Buekeen (0) . 8 IS [Jrccnrai (S) . » o- Arauslo (2) .'.08 Bj'aw (1) : . 8 5 Everbrlght. (7) 0 7 TJncc.D...

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L.V.R.C. NOMINATIONS. Run at Victoria Park on January 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

LVJI.C. NOMINATIONS. Bun at Victoria Park oo Jinmrv It. . Trial Etakea. «Ix and a half furlonp.— Dcl- phlrms. Aide-de-!amp, Mintaro, Sttrema, Town, ktiss Ann, Frond. .Select (NX). -Moderator, Udj- Rapine, St. Brook, Fflllpeen, Alice Anton. aatntiy uaajr, two Lady, Dathen Dean, Pic turesque, Claralonir, Insult, Enburnia. Bapannla. Glengarrin*, Roval Luck. Impeccable, Uncle Soot, Grecian Fhv. Burl, Rowihot. Luckworth, Stimulant. Transgntsion, Dubai. Seal Next, Miss Comedy, Saint's Day, Drifting 8tar, Queen Aidet, Lexington Laas, Royal rtennis, Sparbrijcht, Hat Uh. Morning Lord. Princess Flyaway. Bengal Lancrr, Man Seorpiuii, Screen Star. Ect-rttmi, Los Anton, Falling Star, Archnon. Our Pistol, Babe Ruth. Anton Lanie, Mlnirari. Piipola Klnc, Ori», Fine Edp-, Chiton Boy, Euchat, Biola, Sotde Seal. Scrutineer, Speed Crasr, Tasan, Pistol Tale, Diplomacy, Btimt Imjjfr. (67). Donniaon Huralps, about two miles. — Decorum, Antonmate, Mount Crmpcr, King Sam, Irrapa tana, St. Spa. Intr^rltr. Ja...

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AUSTRALIA'S FINANCIAL POSITION. RETURNS FOR THE HALE-YEAR, Mr. Butler Replies to Mr. Hill. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

AUSTRALIA'S FINANCIAL POSITION. RETURNS TW THE HALF-YEAR. Mr. Bntler Replies to Mr. Hill. The Premier (Hon. R. I. Butler), when.; (u4cd on Wednesday whether he- had. fnything to say in reply to Mr. Hill's criticism of tbe half-yearly financial re turns, said mat jit, xuus reierence to. fLe probate and succession duties revenue was unworthy of any public man, hence further comment -was unnecessary. . The Leader of : the Opposition's- asser tion that the; {ailing off -in revenue, was juu to; the effect of taxation was evidence that he did not understand ' the position. The redaction in revenue was mainly, Recounted for , by vharbours and '.railways,, pnd was due -to the. total;. or partial, failure of the ; crops in some of ? the. dis^ tiicts/f which meant -not' only that- the railways had less primary products to carry, but also a restriction;- \ in the purchase oi merchandise. Mr. Hill' did not seem to'reabze that if the farmers' crops, failed,; their .purchasing power was' I educed...

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5CL. Test Match Descriptions Popular. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

5CL Test Match' Descriptions Popular.; Perhaps no broadcast attempted. by 5CL during recent- months has been so popular and, so much appreciated as. the relayed desmbtionn of the nlav in the' third test match at Melbourne Unckct- tiro raid. Xlie describera did -their part so well that every ball and every stroke could be fol lowed, as well as the movements of the field, while the reviews given by Mr. M. A. Noble at the lunch and tea intervals proved, highly interesting. It is .interest ing to note, 'therefore, that relays such u3 these are merely a foretaste of the' many and varied- attractions' to -lie broadcast by 5CL in 1920. South Australian Composer. : Although well known in local music circles as a composer-pianist of ..consider able note, it is not so well known that th? jrtrks; of Mr..H. .Brewstcr Jones have beep the.cause of '.many Appreciative criti ciemB in the United States.; 'Mr. 'Brewstcr Jones is a most prolific writer, and hi? works are given variety: by; his amazing...

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3L0 AND 3AR. Pare Milk for All. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

3LOAND3AR. Pure Milk for All. Two most instructive talKs wiu pe given under the auspices of' tho auricultural Department on January 11 and 18, wh;cn should -not fail to interest the farming community. . rue ww »'? »»?.-'?.- ?Toultry Keeping' and will be given by W. E. Bugg, t'ne poultry, expert of the department, w'iio will give seasonabls bints on the preparing, rearing, ana marketing of table and utihty birds. On the 18th Mr. T. M.- Kerr, Chief Dairy Supervisor, will discuss tbe work o£ tue Dairy Supervisor, and thus give listeners an opportunity of gleaning a little first hand information of the detailed routine and scrupulous health rules, followed to enable them to obtain their daily supply of pure milk. . ' ' : Thelma Ready Back Again. Thelma Ready, with her banjo, ia always' a popular visitor to 3IX), anda warm welcome will await her when sne anncars before the microphone on Janu ary- 18. The days of Miss Ready's banjo playing date from the time of the return of her father fr...

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Special Features for Next Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

Special Features for Next .':?--??'?- Week;- r :.-.., :v h Every- afternoon . and evening— Diana Belmont, . (contralto), . .Gertrude ? .Gray (mezzo). . . .... ' SUNDAY, JANUARY, 6, 1929. 11.1 a.m.— Maughan- Church. 3 Pjim.— Recital of Russian music. I 7.1. pan.-^Stow Memorial Church'; MONDAY, JANUARY. 7, 'J929. ; 1.1. p.m.— Alan Kitson, entertainer, of the Humphrey Bishop. Company. 8.25 p.m.— Jack; Burgess (baritone. 831 pot'.— Magill Viceregal Band. TUESDAY, JANUARY 8,^929. 1.50.. p.m.— Paul .Jeacle and his saxo phones. '.?'- ?; - - -..-?:?? 3.1 p.m.— Boake Smith's Palais Royal Band. ?' : ' ? '????? ??? ?? ' 8 p.m.— Excerpts from' . .'Kustf' (Gounod). 9.30 p.m.— Tom King pianist), and some original compositions. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9, (929. 3.1 p.m.— Regent Theatre- musical. attrac- tions. 1.32 p.m.— Saxophoning— Paul Jeacle. -- 6.50 p.m.— Woodend race results. 7 p.m.— Acceptance for' Licensed Vic tuallers' meeting. . ,rl - .' ' t 8.15 ' p.m.— Humphrey Bishop Musical Comedy Company....

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

SNEYDS SPECIAL, SALE OF Dress Fabrics. ?? ?-??.? ? ?? ,? ALL SILK CREPE DE CHENE. Good even Silk, nice weight, free from loading. Suitable for evening or street wear. A large range ol toning* from which to select, including Cerise, Cyclamen, Prune, Hello, Orange, Apri cot, Shell Pink, Boii de Row, Almond, Nil, Green, cinnamon, Flame. Boae Jielge, Turquoise, Rust. Greys, Mauve, Olice Green. SO in. wide. Usual price, 7/6. O /11 ? Taid. SNEYD'S SALE PRICE. ?'/?*-*- SILK GEORGETTE. ' ' ' t A Pure Silk Georgette, double width, good weave. In shades of Lime,' Pawn, . Almond, . Cinnamon, Cyclamen,' Hesedi, , Sunset, and Rust 88 in. wide. Usual price, 5/11. -I -//» Yard. ? SNEYD'S RALE TRICE. -1-/ U ? SILK GEORGETTE. Good heavyweight and All Pure Silk, free from filling-. Suitable for Street or Evening Wear. Nice shades of Reseda, Lavender. Cvclamen. Hello, ? Emerald, Bottle, Cinnamon, Nut Brown, Rust, flame, Bnrcn, and- Purple. 38 in. wide. ? ' Usual price. 0/11 to S/ll. SNEVD'S SALE PRICE...

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SPORTS AND PASTIMES. RACING NOTES. MORNINGTON FIXTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

fflTS AMD/PMmE ,,RACI.NG NOTES. BY TUSMORE. 3IOHNINGTOJI* FIXTURE. A- race meeting ?will be held at Morntog ton ^to^day, and the programme is pub lished' in this issue. PROGRAMME FOR SATURDAY. There will again be six events on the programme at Morphettville on Saturday, when the 8.A.J.C. will conclude its' New Year's fixture. Acceptances were declared on ^.Wednesday afternoon, and they ate published in this issue. Pistol Grip, which recently injured him self, and the Port Adelaide Cup winner Some Quality, wore among the with* ' drawala from the New Year's Gift, in which race Kidaidea, the Cup runner-up at Cheltenham, will carry topwcight. Several horses which ran prominently in the Port Cup will compete in the mile and' a half event on Saturday, and the istue: should be an interesting one. The numbers, engaged in the varioiu fields are:— . ? . . Novar Hurdle ? 18 Helmsdale Welter ? 17 Cowandilla Handicap ? 21 ;Seacliff Handicap ? 21 New Year's Gift ? ,' ... ... 9 ?Marino Handicap .....

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

- ADELAIDE RACING CLUB, : . ' .MHITED. ? ? FOUND ATIONDAY MEETING VICTORIA PARK. MONDAY, JANUARY 28th, 1929. I /: STAKES £2,350. 1TALVERK HURDLE. A Handicap of £800. Second hone to recclvt 180 tod tht third £40 out ot the rttke. Komi aaUon, £1; accepUnce, £1. Two mills. APPRENTICES' HANDICAP. ' Of f 260. Second hone to'receive £50 and tne third' £30 out ot tho stake. For all horn* that h»To sot won up to time of ttarting a nee tf tbe.yilw to the winner ot £8[0 or brer^ Hanti jUrtlng in thii rict to be ridden by apprentice! whahan not ridden 20 winners. Blden allomd Co earry'whira and^mair use 'dummy'- spora-an- .proTcd.by the stoimrat. Nomination, -£1{ ao. ttptance, £i. Seyen furlongs. ? - !- ' '?..'.' TlinRETFIEU) STAKES. . A Handicap Sweepitakea of £S to all aceepton, «!th £3S0 added. Tho aecond hone to receive £«0 and the third £-0 pot of the stake. . For tm-yean-old. Nomination, £l; acceptance, £1. Zivsrarlonn. - ??:':.;- QLEiUNOA HANDICAP. .' Of £800. Second hone to receira £S0...

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SUPER-OPTIMIST BRIDEGROOM 33 Years to Pay a Debt. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

SUPER-OPTIMIST: BRIDEGROOM 33 Years to Pay a Debt. The public from time to time' have be come familiarized with the aims and ob jects of the Glehelg Optimist Society, and u there is one -man' more than another who shouW belong to it, it is ;a debtor who made an appearance in the Adelaide Local Court on Wednesday. He came up on an unsatisfied judgment summonV and the amount of the debt which necessitated his appearance in Court was £80, liability in connection with a land transaction. - A lawyer's clerk, who appeared for the creditor, asked the debtor how he pro posed, to pay. the-debt.-^and tho latter \r* plied that as he had been out of wor&for seven. months, he.was--afTaid he could'not make any offer:.. Eventually, under 'the joint encouragement of- the SJtf. and ? the lawyer- clerk,, he went so far as- to say that he thought- he 'could pay 4/ a month; _? Heartened by this offer, the clerk said, 'I'll be prepared, under tiie circumstances, 'to. decept 5/ a week if your Hon...

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STRANGE INVENTIONS. Among Forgotten Patents. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

^GEWE™t: Among Forgotten Patents. .': When- the poet wrote .'Full many' a flow'r'.is born to blush unseen,' , he. might well have come from studying; a, list.- of rnTintJPTvH natpnLq ? Tt. in nrobaiile that the poet, also' would have blushed had he read of some: of the queer inventions that have found their ? way into'1 the Patents Office during the last 20 years. or so.- ? - ' The modern- sports girl would, scarcely believe her eyes could she see the diagrams illustrating the machine^Hke corsets that some of the fertile, minds, of. 1905 thought would be suitable for the .unfortunate women ;whor may have -been inveigled iuto wearing them. Strange undergarments, too,, with Adjustable .straps and. wire de vices enabling them to be converted into a variety of nses,' form an attractive group' of illustrations. . .' ' ' ' Purely 'Domestic. ? -?'? . Aprons 'worked by springs/ all nianner of suspenders^ worked by .anything [short of electricity,* patent shirt cuffs, : and a shirt with a ve...

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CORRESPONDENCE. Painting Inside Tank. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

CORRESPONDENCE.' ' Paintina 'Inside Tank. ' 'A. J. M-' writes:-Will you kindly tell nie the best paint ' to . use -inside . a 4,000-gallon galvanized iron tank. I pump «nmnn vrotnn-intn ttiia +nnlr unH it's -vprv rough on iron. Answer.— If the tank water is not to be used for. drinking and a slight taste is no objection, I can recom-. nient. any good genuine bituminous black paints. For stringent conditions' I would advise t*ro. coats,- though one coat covers very' well. , It covers much better than ordinary paint, and on galvanized iron I think you can reckon cm about 70 yards to the gallon for each coat. If the tank is to be used for drinking water, ' (.-rey bitumastie enamel is best, as the alight taste it communicates soon wears off. Conversion of Verandah' to Bleep-out. 'J. B W.' asks for estimate for con verting verandah to sleep-out. Answer.— from , the particulars given I could. not give T you '-a very -accurate- estimate, I would suggest that- you draw a plan of ther- veran...

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FILMS IN SCHOOLS. What Sydney Does. Mr. Fred Duncan's Work. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

FILMS IN SCHOOLS: ) WhaLSydii^ijjpesi ^ tKFi^Di^^W^' .~. 'Vbuar. .'irisfructloh-.^ln ' the schools or Australia Is almost sure to come. Thointroauctlbh of this system of education will be only a matter offline.'. ? _--??-- ? .'- ? . ? , ? ? - ? ? ? -.Such is the' prophecy, of .Mr; . Frjid ?Duncan, the manager of the educational '?service of Australasian Films, which- has 'its headquarters in Sydney.. Mr.- Duncan 'i« in.- A'delaide-Miis home townTron a'.Koli ?day, i and- will be remembered by many ',? South.;Australians as the Fred. Duncan, ; the tenor, who was with the late Harry Bickards ioc many years, love .of the [.- stage' runs' jn the Duncan family, and his ' U-yearibld daughter, Mis? Jean Duncan,' j; is in; -'The Desert Song,' which' is' showi C ing in1,' Melbourne. She is a, beautiful ;.girl, and many _6t her. admirers in the '. eastern States refer' to -her as 'Australia'^ ' Mary Pickford,' so marked, is'her likeness cto the famous Hollywood star. '..'?'! ' \ Sydney Leads t...

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Trade, Finance, and Mining. TRADE TOPICS. KUALA LUMPUR RUBBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

Trade* ???3SI®^!''li|feS^i TRADE TOPICS, ' — T''' ;:'? V KUALA LUMPUR RUBBER. ' The! profit of the; Kuala. Rubber. Com pany, for tbe 12 njonths ended June 30 was £26fiH. (against- £75.076 Cor the preced ing 1Z months), and with £8,844 brought la there, is a total- at credit of pront ana .loss of £^5,485.' A Jividcnd of 1,0 per ' cent.^ free of tax, is recommended (against £5 per cent, free.of tax), absorbing £23,759, which' leaves £11,727 to be carried for waid, subject to s!a£ commission' and directors' additional remuneration (auainst £13,553). , A year ago £12,500 was trans ferred to general reserve: The companjrs exportable allowance of rubber for the 12 months' was 1,148.905 Jb.j and the actual yield was 1.377.341 lb. (aRiinsS 1,006,548 ft.). ITbe over-priductibn, which on June 30, 1927,,was 29,676 lb., was- thus, increased by.June 30, 1928.-to 2j8,m In. 'All-in' costs rose from 8.25d. per 1b. in 1926-27 to- 933d'. in 1927-iS, ihe ilircctars stating that ,an-inr,reasc of 1.14d,...

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HOMECRAFT, HOUSES AND BUILDING. A LITTLE HOME ON A LITTLE LOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

?HOMECRAFT, 'HOUSES' AMP ? BUILDING. 7 :',-A- lilTTLE HOME ON A LITTLE LOT. Most of our Christmas customs originated in England where the leather, at that time of 3 ear, is cold, and the ground is snow-covered Consequently the- sometimes look out of place on a broiling hot day, such as we often experience at that season of the year in this country. As the years go by we gradually arc dropping these English traditions, and are adopting 'others of our onn making suited to our Christmas climate. Every one regrets the passings these old customs, and- it is with a similar feelins that we witness the diminution of the study of English domestic architecture. The picturesque, villages and their, quaint .bouses of the- mother country Contain' a wealth of interesting features' of design which' would form an admirable basis on which to model an attractive exterior ti an Australian house- The plan, illustrated is especially designed for erec tion on a narrow plot of ground. , Planning a house o...

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