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CONCERNING RECOMMENDED LINES. To Remove Misapprehension. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

^CONCERNING RECOMMENDED lj: ? ?-..LINES.'. '. '-. . '-- to Remove Misappreheiision. v U correspondent has written a ..lettci \rhich, for the more complete justiacatwn of myself, I will reproduce m full. He .L.Di™ nn« of a little- cotene down here at Woodville each J'™,*^ !Teiularly avail* bimBelf of the coupon ^fHlesce to got answers to our nousebold ^S Ju«t recently three of us com »4he damp showing through.. .The. thwd concerned tho painting. of » «« ™* w!Now bere comes the rub. OVeaen oi ^hesb- queries' a reply, was received iccom Unending substantiully. the same . propric Hary article. ?? To 36 you. justice, I will qidmit that in the case of the second you cave- us two other -alternatives: 'but recom mended the first- Tnc Problems appear to us to be widely different, and now tlio doubt occursto up.r dear :l?regeo, that-peiv haps you arc interested r in thw Jine, 'which, by the 'agency of your corrcspon ,,ilence column, must be' getting quite a Considerable, 'free .ad.'.- In : th...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TOWARDS AN AUSTRALIAN STYLE. Homes Built for Climate. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

TOWARDS AN AUSTRALIAN STTLL Hornet Boift for Climate. it is an indisputable fact that every country, during' sb,e course of. -it« fprmu a ting a distinct type of architecture of tn Own TlfltaA* thrniicrli a mimrm \nt--nrpftU ec^ural 'fashions' which in point- of ihangeability vie with . .that .. exceedingly iekle an3 unstable clement— feminine ashion. California, more particularly outhern 'California, is at pr^ent in 'the hroes of a Mediterranean fashion, wherein be majority, of tbe .'email , houses -built uodel themselves on the architecture; of' ;he Levant-Italy,- southern France, arid ipain, and take as their prototypes those larming villas- of -adobe' and sun-baked ;ile which sprawl in colourful laziness ffiong tbe olive and cypress groves of the Uviera.(says a writer in Australian Home Jcautiful). When considering the Cali ornian small home, then, it almost goes rithout saying that we can disregard tlie ew houses which are. built in the English tyle and comment- solely on the m...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
HOUSEHOLD PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

HOUSEHOLD PRODUCE. The Retail Grocers' Association of South' Australia reports that the sell ing prices are as follows:— ? , ? EGGS*— Market conditions prevailing at the present 'time prevent- quota-' tions being made of- retail egg prices, which depend' entirely upon local : circumstances. ? :.'???? ' . BUTTER.— Choicest factory/ 2/2 to 2/3; separator,. 1/7 to 1/10.. ? . :. BACON.— Rashers, 1/11 per ft.; hams, CHEESE^atured, 1/6 to 1/8; new, ONIONS.-2d. ' POTATOES^-New,2d. per ft.' ? WHOLESALE PRICE ; LIST,' lffi^;-foca] raarket^g.UQtati.ons . - -ior--growerstHotssrper^cbusBeT 'on trucks Port' Adelaide. 4/6 to 4/7, - ? January. ? .?-??? , ; CORN8ACKS:—MwcTfa'nts'' quotations for farmers' lots, -10/B per dozen- on -trucks, Port Adelaide, for new season's delivery. ? ? ' ? ' FLOTJR.-£11 to £11 2/6, delivered in city and suburbs, less 5/ concession for cash. ??.'. - - ? ? ': BRAN.— Net price, £5 12/8. per ton on 'trucks mill door in minimum truck loads; lesser quantities (not less - t...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FRUIT, VEGETABLES, AND GENERAL PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

^ aggrittiAr1^ tbe following vbolnutle quotation, of pSduce at Wednesday mo^ng's market :— VeireUblcj.— Bean. (French), 6/ plr doan ft.; bS*/6 per dozen bunches; Bnusels iprouts, 3/ per ^filv;-1 cabb'BM. *- *o 5/ per down ;. car roti, I/O per doren bunches; ooliflowen, 8/ to 91. per don-n; cucumbers, 3/ to 4/ per down; do. (apple), 3/ perdoien; horse radish, 1/ per ft.; pirlic, 6d. per ft.; leeks, 2/6 per dozen bunches; kttnees. 1/ to 1/6 per doien: mar. joram, Sd.- per dozen bunches; mint, 6d. per dozen bunches; onioni. 8/ per cwt.: do. terecn) 8d. per doicn bunchw; do. (pickling), 16/' per cwt: parsley, 8d. per dozen bunches; pannips, 2/6 per doren bunches; peas, 10/ per bushel; potatoes, 10/ to 12/ per cwt; vumjikins, 10/ iot dozen ft.; cage. 8d. per dozen bunches; rhubarb. 1/ per dozen Hi.; do. (cherry), 1/3 per dozen ft.;ffl Bage, 8d. per dozen bunches; spinach, '3/ per dozen bunches; thyme, 8d- per dozen bunches; tomatoes. 12/ per half-case; trombones, 18/ per cwt; Turks' head...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
OVER THE CLIFFS. BATTERED BODY FOUND. Searchers' Perilous Climb. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

OVER THE CLIFFS BATTERED BODY FOUND   Searchers' Perilous Climb. SYDNEY, Wednesday. The body of Nola Rowley, the 18- , year^ld olrl who threw herself over Echo Point, at Katoomba, on New Year's-Eve, was discovered at 10 o'clock this morning by a party of four men. Soon after daybreak the party set out in a most perilous climb from a point tear the Pillars, known as the Three Sis ers. They crept along the ledges, fight ng 'their ' way through dense scrub and hanging over chasms hundreds .of feet deep. Almost as soon as they reached a point under the place where the girl fell over, they discovered the body. It was lying on the outer edge of the second ledge, down about 170 ft., from the top. It was battered, and it was evident that the girl was killed by striking projecting rocks before the body came to rest. By this time the local branch of St. John Ambulance had placed in position a. winch and wire rope. An ambulance offi cer was half-way down in a bo'sun's chair. He an...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
HAMMOND BATTING: LARGE TIMBER CARGO: NEW GUINEA GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

VICEREGAL MOTORISTS: HAMMOND BATTING: LARGE TIMBER CARGO: NEW GUINEA GOLD. DRIVING TO MARBLE HILL. His Excellency the Governor and the Hon. Lady Hore-Ruthven have gone Into residence 'a't Marble Hill for the summer months. Lady -Hort- . - Ruthven motored -down -from the hills yesterday, on a brief vfsit. to Ade laide and she Is shown In. this photograph (nearest the camera)' with - Udy'StalhfldgV (mother' of Capt.lhe'. Hon. Hugh Grosvendrf,.!A.p.C), . ' ??''?? ?? and Mrs. Aftrney at the. wheel. ..- , .-.; , .:s .-??. : DRIVING TO MARBLE HILL. His Excellency the Governor and the Hon. Lady Hore-Ruthven have gone Into residence 'a't Marble Hill for the summer months. Lady -Hort- . - Ruthven motored -down -from the hills yesterday, on a brief vfsit. to Ade laide and she Is shown In. this photograph (nearest the camera)' with - Udy'StalhfldgV (mother' of Capt.lhe'. Hon. Hugh Grosvendrf,.!A.p.C), . ' ??''?? ?? and Mrs. Aftrney at the. wheel. ..- , .-.; , .:s .-??. : - HAMMOND THE GREAT. ....

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CELLARS IN FAVOUR. Hot Weather Storage Convenience. Adelaide Women Appreciate. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

jPU^In Mm? Hot; Weather Storage ?L- fr Convenience. Adelaide ? Wimen Appreciate. . In the days' when 'Adelaide .wa* passing through an orgy 'of speculative building, cellars for a- while went out of faabion. This was probably because a. cellar ,wai not toe lore ot leaiure- mat. -uutTuuuu itself on the notice, as did a pillared porch or a motor garage, and was consequently not considered a good Belling point, and housewives, in consequence, glad to get' any house at ail- at any price, resigned them selves' to the' fact that houses with cellars were no longer procurable. But now tho case is altered. Competition In tbe selling of speculative homeg ig very .keen, and women are again realizing- that a cellai is a. very desirable adjunct .in a climate such as Adelaide's. . ' Substitutes Only Partial. ''In the 'more, well-t^do homes domestic refrigerators now do much of the. duty, for which the cellar 'was considered useful, such as tb*'. storing of- dairy produce, but even the large size ...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
HANDYMAN BACK NUMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

HANDYMAN BACK NUMBERS. The publication .of the Handyman: index has ' produced,- aa- usual, .?a-.:.cro,p bf'^cn quirics for back numbers. ,'iWiU-. readers please note that requests for them 'should not be made'' to 'Treaeo.'Vbut dij'eot; to the publishing department or-to the front office of The' Register, Grenfell street: It the number- required ht found to be out of print, : then- reference, may be' made, to 'Tresco, 'who, will, if there 'is sufficient demand, ' arrange '.'for a.-reprhit. of 'the Handyman page at as early-' a 'date as possible. ' .'? ' ? ._ . ,'.

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

I An Amazing Programme of Bargain-giving Begins To-day at 9!% f- Indies' 65/ Golf Shoes 37/6 '.-'A Ladies' 45/ to 75/-air a 10/6 Full-fashioned Boys' '4/6 Golf Hose 1/6 | =.: Ladies* Imported Bostock Golf Shoes, laced .and one-bar; stout golf ' , BJ^ff , Of _-_L ^.1 ^ O1 . A. /*\.-'4 ' I ' ? mXM T^ ' r*«fl TT - ,, Boys1 All-Wool Three-quarter Golf Hose. T.O.T., Fancy Tops; hard- = ^ ^'w and heels; English raanufactnre; »ill give wonderfully good ser- , ? fQJ tSftYTWl 1 ft ^ll OPS fit I I I «&§* Pil TW^Vll V Hi HOO A I AA ? wearing quality. Choose in Pawn, Nude, Black, and Grey. Sues, 6 to 3 ^ wee. Usually 65/ pair. Myer Summer Sale, 37/6 pair. ' - «*y KJCXXlX^JlVs KJXLKJ^O -X\, M I I «*y J; U-JLCOUjV. IxUoC. ^ I | | 10. Usually 4/3 and 4/11 pair; Myer Summer Sale, 1/6 pair. ^7 f Ladies^ 5/11 Slippers 2/11 . ;? ?aSH&KSBSSSr ' ' . igll#' ' ' 'Ladies' 2/11 Gloves at 1/- | & Ladies' Felt Slippers, with cosy soles and heels; in faxe'. Rose,' Mauve. '. pair; Myer S...

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WATER SUPPLIES. New Main for Kimba District. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

WATER SUPPLIK. New Main for Kimba District. - Owing. to the prolonged absence of rain ,jn sufficient, quantity to replenish, the iwater, supplies in the Kiinba district, the ?position is becoming serious. Sa unnnlr* ment_supplies the Commissioner of Pub 3c Works (Hotf. Jf. Mclntosh) ' has ap proved of the laying of a- 2 in. pipe from ;)«e.bore in the Hundred of Wilcherry to ^the north-eastern corner of section 67, 'Hundred of Cunyaric. It is considered that £-aH the Hundred of Cunyarie, except the jTvesterri portion, and all the Hundred of f Wilcherry. should cttain water from the bore von section 1, in the latter.- ' The Commissioner stated that the road approaches to the' bore were circuitoiu i jand through rough country, and that patent: 15,000 feet of 2 in. main would be tjaid westerly through section 1, Hundred ?-. of v Wilcherry. to the road south-east of i- section 70. thence along that road to ;i« .staiidpipe 'at the' north-eastern .-orner of section 67, .Hundred of Cunyarie...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FORTHCOMING PROPERTY AUCTIONS. And Sales of Note. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

FORTHCOMING PROPERTY I 'AUCTIONS. H And Sales of Note. iirf'' All property auctions and sales announced in the advertising columns KlV of The Register arc summarized d -,~-m» in this column for the conve nience Ol IJlUPvu-J o&^ww»«. -- -—-, ? should refer to the anctioa. columns « for full particulars of the offerings * that interest them. -.. SUBDIVISIONS. DATE TO BE FIXED.-By Wilkinson, ?Sapdo, & Wyles, Limited, on the land, -s« home sites, subdivision of \Voodlawn, !W|aTDOTAY/ January 26,-By WUHn ison, Sando, & ^yles. Limited, on tbe land, 19 allotments- nt Glenelg. n- n'** ?. MONDAY, January J28.-A. C.^att, ?Son, & Co,, and Culler. Smart, * Co., on the land, 100 allotments at Moana Beach. ' DATE TO BE FIXED.-By Wilkinson, Sahdo, & Wyles, Limited, 36 building sites at Croydon Park North. . . CITY AND SUBURBAN; '? DATE JO. BEJ FIXED.— By Wilkinson, Sando,- & Wyles, ' Limited, at the Wool ^Exchange. Newenharo, family residence at -GpA...

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HARD COURT CHAMPIONSHIP. Inauguration at Mount Gambier. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

HARD (MHJRT' CHAMPIONSHIP. Inauituratiod at Mount Gambier. The chief sporting -attraction at Mount Sambier during the Christmca holidays i-'as a tennis tournament under 'the aus nites of the Mount Uamuier -Tennis Asso ClCHOn.. 1UI3 uouy wua toiaunam.-^. u «n ioriths ago with' the specific object of urtinntiDg U:1 wurnamei,;, end it stands to 'its credit that the fixture— the. iirst of the kind ever..held in, Mount, Gambier —has. so. far proved 'such a decided suc cess. . The responsibility .for : the arrange ments rested, ;in- the main, on the. hon. secretary, and treasurer .(Mr.-E.- JI._San dercock) and his- assmtmt .(Mr. W. J. Hogan); and to their efficiency was due in no small- degroa the -ra'cthodicar pro gress of. the tournament. Other officials of the' association art:— President, Dr. J. R. L. Willis; -vice-president, Mr. H. E. Youngman; executive ?cpmmitte'e. Dr. Wil lis and Messrs.- Hi E.' Youngman, 'W. J. Rogers,' and A-. Courts; general committee, Messrs. M. 8.. Duigan, A....

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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The Register ADELAIDE, THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 1929 INDUSTRY'S NEW YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

ADELAIDE: ' '? THUR&4Y,JAJmARY$;im., '. INDUSTRY'S NEW YEAR,. On the threshold of another year, capital and labour are agreed on at least' one. important point. They both realize that, if 1029 is to fulfil the most modest expectations, it must be distin guished by a very considerable prolonga tion of the existing industrial armistice.' Capital is 'no recent convert to the view, that .warfare in. industry is highly, inimical to the belligerents on . both sides, and that every battle is a losing battlft' for all . concerned. The losses suffered ~ by the employers have . been too heavy, and the damage sustained by the employes too obvious, to. escape the notice of any one not blinded, by politi cal prejudice, or hoodwinked by the sophistry of socialistic visionaries. The majority of the people of Australia, who may claim to be reasonably free from these disabilities, have long realized the futility and destructivenesa of industrial strife. When the. dove of. industrial peace fi...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PASSENGERS ON R.M.S. CATHAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

;PAiSEN(3ER8 ON. B.MA CATHAY. P«iwn«t, on bo.nl th, R.M.8. Qith.y tri:— For MthiMt.— MexUmn CIo«e. Jolly.. W«U. RSJ*- *««*? I-snpmn, Vlvtt Tinman (ij, Cliw. Bnrdle-IVirh. Fitr,. Orieve, Jollr, Ternei r««wh. an) C«pt Morrl«. ' ^ For Melbotmw.— Mrid»nw« Brldni, BatUf lhyl«y, Carter. r«rr!nr»on. FJ«11. Frlrlcf Hie' Miuon. !?*l!«y.Knteh». Kerr. M.MomH. Moraan. ^TlHeFrawr. Tatham. Thonun, Whrlroore wnnl-vitt. Yonnp. and Kuth«rford. Mlvet Camel mn, Curtr-. Crra»!fT. DlTidton, Deacon, Fricko ninnrille It). Jnnntrtn, fyx-khart. Mendw' Mnrwn, Ximn. Btdilnclt. Moore. Rtfphjiwnii Tvrre. ? Tatham. T'mphelhr, and Wood (it Ui^Tf. Alnniiifpr, mttT», Cartet. D-inon. Pd«li fSl. Hnnttr. Hlriln«nn, Lam-Jon. Mn^ran li\ M01«. MfU'lan, Sni^Vn'n. Whetmoii; Rii(h-rfonl, Pr«. Bj-an, Thoma», and Cant For Rj-dner.— Itttfamet Canon, Cameron Gib bon*, finrn. Of»rwr. Hej-pnmMer. Hall. Itnnrn, Mucyalr. Vn«*, N-ohhj. Sorlb-\sh. Stantnn Thnrbnm. Vfhltr. -Wnndcrll-h. TViliall*n Webb Tmmg (2), TVatfrj. Tnrr. and Oi»e...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THAT PIRIE DEPUTATION. Still Another Reply. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

THAT PIRIE DEPUTATION. Still Another Reply. - The Commissioner of Public Works said en Wednesday afternoon that' Mr. Hill bad accused the Government of being un mindful 'of the necessities, of Port Pirie, and stated that a deputation did not wait upon ' the Minister because his reply to Mr. O. H. Wood, the general superinten dent of the smelters, was unsatisfactory .- As that misdirected political shot missed the mark; he had sought fresh avenues of retreat. He tried to evade the 'main point, as he found his ground untenable. Mr; Woodward's words in a letter to him mi^ht bo quoted:— 'As you surmise, the. lapsing of the council's deputation to you was the outcomo of my supplying them with full- information regarding my recent conference with you, and my advice to them that I felt your department was1 fully aware of the water position, and was doine ?11 that could.atpreaent.be done, to secure the- position.' Thrown on the defensive, Mr. Hill gave an amazingly weak reply that the reaso...

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ADULT EDUCATION. Conference in Vancouver. South Australia's Representatives. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

ADULT EDUCATION. Conference in Vancouver. South Australia's Repre sentatives. The .fourth national conference on education will be held at 'Van couver (British Columbia) from April IB next to .April 13. South Australia will, so far as is, known at present,' bo represented by four' wcll-knowmneh.V ???,'?? ? These ? -are -Professor Sir ?' Archibald Strong, of the Adelaide University; . Mr. jieorge Jeffrey, of the South Australian School of Mines and Industries; Mr. Alec Helrose,- of- the: Public Library and Museum -Board; and. Dr.. A. A. Lendon, of heVRoyal Geographical . Society.' .' :_ The . conference programme will be jle ligned as.au approach to adult education, roni-a new .angle, as an integral part of he . great educational procegp. The coh erence will endeavour to demonstrate that vb.at is generally termed adult education S' education rightly conceived; all 'else ii Jut a prelude; that no scheme of educa tion can serve its time and generation vhich omits any factor or stage of...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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"THREE OF A KIND." An Unusual Charge. Cheated at a Game. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

' 'THREE OF A- KIND.' An Unusual Charge. Cheated at a Game. 'This is the first case of its kind that has ever come under my notice. The' object of 'the section is to prevent swind ling.'' xnese remarks were maue uy suv. u. IV. Halcombe, S3I., at the Port Ade-' [aide ?Police; Court, when, dealing with' i prosecution under eoctiori 28. of 'the Lottery and Gaming Acts, 1017-1928;' oh IVcdnesday; -Horace Claroncc Pengcliyj.a ,'oiiDg -man residing 'at Exeter,- -was :harge'd: with baring won' from another lerson . -(Walter. John.SJaunders) a 'tin of 'Mintics,' valued ut 1/0, at: Semaphore m ' January . I,! by-: unlawful means: in', jlaying. a -game known- as- 'thiee-of a rind.' r^He pleaded' guilty.-' ;?' ,'?;--? .???/;; ? Detective . i\ It. ^Herman stated ' hi was'.' it the Semaphore Afith : Detective J. .J. Evans. abbut.-..^ap .pim'.. ?on'-,2IeW/.Y«ar'«- Day,.-when. he- saw -Pcngejly. taking, part n;a- game, knoitn as 'three of' a, -kind.' [t \raga (tame played on a. board similar ;o ba...

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

MAIL NOTICES. T^6Wrseai°and 'special' malls 'will close' at' the General' l'oif Office, -Adelaide. -as shown here under:-;..--; ?'« ''?? i-!--J*vi ?'????-?? -.?? ?.?-.. . . . ? vmisD -klvodom; continest, toYpr, INDL4, .:!81SGAF.OBE .'(Comorin), i.due -London February ^S.^Letters and Conuhercial Packets. — Thla. .day-— 10J0 , a_m. .(late fee, 12 noon). Supplementary, via Fremantle. — Registered Let ters.— ^This' day — 6 p.m. . Letter* and Com mertitl Packets. — Friday, January 4 — 8 a.m. (late fee, Adelaide Railway Statlop,-9.45 a.m.). UNITED KINGDOM (Hobsons Bay), due London ? February 11. — Parcels. — Saturday, January 5—12 noon. Newspapers (all sea).— Saturday, January 5 — -12 noon. Later . Mails to United Kingdom.— Latest closing- dates: — Via Suez . (Orama). — Friday, Janu»ry 11 (due London February 9-. Via Sura (Narkunda). — Friday, January 18 (due London February -16); - Via Sue* (Osterley).— Friday, January '25 (due London February 23). Via Sue* (Cathay).— Friday, February 1 ...

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"PAINTING THE TOWN." New Year's Eve Revels. RENMARK, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

'TAINTING THE TOWN.^ New Year's Eve Revel«;; ; ? 'R'KNMA'RK.' '.Tannarr S. ' Last' year, Loxton was painted -biacc m ?with tar on New Tear's Eve. T This year, ? the same sort of thing might have hap- ? pened.at Renmark, but for the vigilance ' ? of Sgt. Miller and the Benmark police, ? who. kept a strict patrol' of the streets* on :? New Year's Eve. . . '.. ? .'? -*? Three younjt men appeared before ? Messrs. R. A. Williams and E. E. Jarett ? in tbe Renmark Police Court, on Toes- J day, as the result of revels the night A-e* ?' '~B fore. They were Arthur and; Harold ? Westo'n, and Albert Victor Jones. Each ? was fined ' £2, and costs for haying ? ? damaged private- property- They. Bad ? used green enamel paint to disfigure doors ? ? and other parts of. buildings. ./ .'?-, , ??

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SHIPPING AND MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 3 January 1929

SHIfflSJG AM© MMi^: : Macdonald/ Hamilton, & Co.; agents for the Canadian Australasian - Royal Mail. Line;- have received advice from their SvHnev office that thp Aoranei is due in fcyaney early on rriday morning. -... . ' The Horatiiis sailed from^ Liverpool on December 22 -for Australian ports, and will probably arrive at Adelaide- about the' end of January.' ..:'. , The .City'of .fiayyille' will arrive here nbbutthe 6th.ihst;,-wiih'cargd from New Xork-for Adelaide: The City of Dalhart railed from New York on December 20, rod' is due at Adelaide about February 8. Elder,' Smith.' & Co., Limited, agents for the F.-.4 O. SJf. Company, advise that the R.M.S; Cathay., .left Frcmantle on Wednesday, and is expected to arrive at the Outer Harbour about 9 a.m. on Sun day.. '?.... . With 68f tons of general ? cargo, the steamer Argyllshire berthed at the Outer Harbour on Wednesday to 'the' agency ot Elder, Smith, & Co., Limited.' '??'-? Taking 2,00V tons 'of wheat an...

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