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A LITTLE ENCOURAGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

A LITTLE EKCOtJRAGEJffiNT. ;*Doctor— 'Tour: wife need* outdoor exer cisa.' ?.-*..' ''?.:'.??: Hn»T)and— 'Bnt die won't go out.' What am I to do?' '.?*'? ; ? ' ?'?' ? Doctor-^'Give her 'plenty of -money . for ihoDDiiiit.' ?

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
IN THE COURTS. Stolen Bicycles. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

iiiiiiil ? Stolon Bicycles. .i.-Tvro- yputbs-forjnerly rohaigea- ~yniu- yie ??''? &tf&ay -of ? Wcjcfci' - from Rirpdlq' street aud- thereabouts/ wcm be fore-iju. W. Hall. 8.M.. in the CJiildrc'n'a jourt, on inurauay. tney vrere piacea idder- theyturTeUIaucs o( the Children's t^elfurft. -Board' u»til they nttairi the nge )£-18 yeara.r' , , , ? UiLEQED ASSAULT AXD -BOBBERY. i-.TaraeS-Gri-BoyHo wascbarged in the Welaida Police Court,, before Mr. U. M. iluirlicadcS.il., on Thursday -WJtUJinviiit: It. -Adelaide, on. December 21 assaulted ilward. T, Sheclian ana stolen from him £7, Mr. R, I,,,Lcntnall, Police Pros& :utor, obtained a remand till. Monday; rJb Biimelrted that' Vwil- ahoiild ? Jb'e Bub itantial., ;Bail tfai^allcm-ed ia fSO.anJ two lureties o{ £13 each. . . .-_ - ',, ' Af,LEQKiO tAKCpjJV. '7 ; Jhe .-n?e in -which Robert 'Smith -vas ?emanded a,' few days' ago. on a charge bat' i'ems a ' -u«pected person, be hud -een in the vestibule of fb-J Majestic thea...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

I — ^TO-DAY-THE BIGGEST OF ALL BARGAIN EVENTS. jj l|j| S^Sf1'1''5'* «S^sSsSVfe ' -' OPEN TILL NINE TO-NIGHT :~ Cream Spin Silk Ttiiiis Frocks, ||8 mZ/3'Ne«a-W8r for 8}dL yd. i AMftTIirD RIP RimrCT (VI? WONDERPIH RAR/-AIMQ 49&}o W6 for 29/6. Mi (?.^tevMtsar-Fi? A-WllttK Plli BUUfaLl W wuwpsrful BARGAINS. . .^-jt.tt-j- cva PI IS^a »tBS«« 5/11 trarenc Bty. Silk Hose 4/6 I Slop Soiled Madap. Nights marked riRPFTS RFnlirFn , «feA'J RfJ AiVl 33 in. tor the smartest Frocks, four dnignt, «howln» . -silk ia pkted over an ^nner sided lustrous Bajcn, ' ' V ' ?' AvmiltCtstr fariUkt VIIMVsie $ 5 1 A / F-wIleiit quality White Cctton Vests, files 4 to 8, L V|M ?/- ' '1 In the. veri latest bsaotlfol PUA, Ka*. Sim, and Wio which nukes ? this esceptional valne possible. Seal A table of odd. Madapolam Sights, aliehtly soiled nJUDlflBlCl baillCl . dQlMUCS Id lU/ : torn 7to 9 ci!y,.af CrawnV. to Clear at S,d. kssHifl It J deslpu en 'Tussore potoH. Fir yard, s/9 for 3/11. «eam np the back : simil...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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BROADCASTING 5DN. Adelaide—313 Metres [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

BROADCASTING 5DN. Adelaide-3 13 Metres ^?^j.p.o; climes. ? ?? ? T.I— ^ne-!n sujnber. ?' ».B— THI CHILDBEVS SESSION, conristtoc cf Bedtime. Stories and itutieal Knmbers (or the little Ones, conducted by DADDY L0NQLEQ9 and UNClS »RASK. „? ' ' : 7.50— THE EVEKINO HEWS SgHYlCE. sup plltd excludTdty to 0D.V by the proprietors of THE NEWS ? : S— Besuoe of tonight's programme!— A pro. gramme of farlophone Kecordinn stipnlied and 1 selected by Htm,. A. W. POBBIG & CO.; LIMITED, of ftundlo street. Adelaide. '?'- t . 1.1— EMMY BETTEN'boBF : (soprano); 'Woman's Lore and Ult' (Schumann). ; ? 8.2T— UUY LAPIDUS (vocal). 'He'« Tali and Dark and Handsome' (Sherman), 'Get 'Em in a Bumble Seat' (Marshall). ... ? . ' 8.S4— MARIE CASLOVA (vloltni, 'JeanalnB'- I (Shllkret), 'Ant-ela MU1' (Bapee). 8.«1— POLYPHONIC CHOIR, in connection lrlth. . tho Twenty-ninth Eucbaristie ' Conitrcss, '?Are Verum Corpus' (Moreno), 'Tu Es-Pjirus1' 'Vrettorelli), ... .-? - ? - 1 , ? 8.50^-STBFFy QOLDER OWLK&amp...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ADVANTAGE IS WITH AUSTRALIA. BRADMAN'S FINE 112. ENGLAND NEEDS RECORD TO WIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

pn^^Mfi^flMi' -?^?i^iiiiJ!^:^^;'-^^?;. EN-GLAND 1NEEDS RECCIRD TO^wK ?_ ? Mainly. r«ultJni from a spltndld partritrshlp of S3 mni bttwMn Brtd-- .man anil Oxanham, Australia now leads by 327 runt, and still has two- wlckrtj In hand. To piss th* score 'tet thrnifor the foiirtk oie ofihi ? wicket England will haVe to establbh' a record. ; \ MKIiBOURNE, Thursday. To-day, the fifth day of the third test natch; there was a dour struggle. Aus tralia, with a deficit of 20 on the first nnings, had scored two for 118 in the lecond inhings when play ended on Wed lesday. WoodfuU and Kippax, the' not lut men, began cnofidently in warm and nuggy weather. . The partnership was egarded as a vital one for Australia, and here ? were' cheers when 'they began iriskly. - Then .came' tho ' disaster, for Cippax, wtowaa batting beautifully, was lean bowled with a ball that made pace nd nipped ' through. Ryder helped WoodfuU: slightly, but pulled 'a ball on phen'5.:.: .?'- .';'? ,,? ?-.- . ;' -.?.' ? . ' .'...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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COUNTRY GAIETIES AT ALDGATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

COUNTRY GAIETIES AT ALDQATE. ^ .? ?^Visitor* »t. Hotel- Aldtfate:— Vr.. and .Unt-J: Utchle and. chlM, Mr., and' Mrs.'' W. Oibbs and Afldren, Mr. and Mrs.' StltMfer,. Mr.', and Mrs. »V Tite,' MiaJ^McLachian, Misr-Hamlyn^Mr. KicholibrvMr. Baldwin, Mr. -and Mrs.' Mlntoni' -ury;-Mr;:T.-Bu,-Mr. and MwrW.- Mutton «HF* Jdldren. ?? ' ?? ? . - ,-'? ? : - \ ,

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SOCIAL ROUND. HERE AND THERE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

litllcMt pstlK HERE AND THERE. * Miss -Howard-Smith and - Mi* Beryl Jagger, of Walsall (England) have been on a. visit to Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Dean, of Nor'-West Bend Station, and are now Mount Lofty. Mr. and Mra. Arthur Roupell, of Upper Mitcham, have been on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Duncan-Hughes, at Hughes Park, Watervale, and have now taken a cottage at Brighton. Miss CoDstance. Barrett and her nephew, Mr. Gordon Barrett, are back from West ern Australia on a long visit, and have taken Mrs. R. Colley'g house on Palmer place, North Adelaide, for a month lor two. Mr. Gordon Barrett's health, which was the main cause of the visit, is greatly improved since hia arrival. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Pritchard and family, of Shirley, Burnside, have gone to stay at the Largs Pier Hotel. . Mr. and Mrs. A. Adams, of McLaren Vale, left by the Karoola on January .3, on a visit to Sydney. Mra. N. 8.' Laffer and her son Peter are spending holidays in Angaston. Mis» M. V. Edwards, with Miss V. L. Torr an...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

I THE TOURISTS' ROAD MAP I ADELAIDE TO MELBOURNE ' via The Coonmg and THE PRINCE'S HIGHWAY , with a Full Description . AND OTHER ROUTES ; OffimBy approved by The AntomoUa AiwcubW ; of SX Inc. - Price 3/v Posted 3/l.: ObtaiaiBle fnm Tie AitMutrile Assorittna tH SA, all BoobeBer* or Tb Regitter Office, Grcnftfl rtretl, AioUoVi T Copyrtintod, ftmt«a. ud PahlbM br W. K. Them* ft Oi' Exclusive Features. The Saturday Journal The unquestioned supremacy of THE SATURDAY JOURNAL as a popular week-end magazine newspaper is largely due to tne EXCLUSIVE features presented to readers with each issue. Among the numerous published attractions are — The Front Page Special. Soda! Topics by 'Lady Kitty.' . Last-mihnte Racing Selections. Sporting Review by The Stroller. Up-to-date Magazine Section. Budget of Shftrt Stories. Exclusive Page of Puzzles. The Boys' Own Corner. 5CL -TwinkkrM 0ub. Also — SPECIAL NOTES on Nature Topics, Wire less, Gramophone. Angling, Bridge, Home Projects, Gardening, Poultry,...

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A BRONTE AUTHORITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

A BRONTE AUTHORITY. Mr. Jonas Bradley, the well-known authority on the Brontes, has just cele brated his seventieth birthday; and, ' to mark the occasion, a unique birthday tow oi xorKsnire Dreta, dumplings, and oatcake, and a 'uing-song' took place in the Bronte country. It was 'a reight do,' as they say in Yorkshire. 'The Bronteland schoolmaster,' as he has been called^ is generally regarded as the greatest living authority on tha Brontes. Residing in the heart of th« district, Mr. Bradley, since becoming; vil lage nchoolmostcr in 1888, has done much valuable work for the Bronte Museum. He has bad visitors from all over -the world, and cultivates correspondence with them. It is not unusual for him to he« from friends in Australia, America, Japan, and the colonies. *iMr- B'd'ey is a native of Cowling, the birthplace of Mr. Philip Snowden, ?«*?'?- upd the two were pupil teacher* together. They are great friends, and the ex-Chancellor never fails to #iait Jonas when he is in tbV dist...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A GERMAN "RAFFLES." [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

A GERMAN 'RAFFLES.' A German Raffles, Karl Bcrnotat, who first came under public notice in 1922, fof a 'series of burglaries in the AVest-End of Berlin, has escaped frjm jail in GoU now, Jfomerania, witn cnaracterisnc aar- ing and impudence. When he was first arrested Bernotat lived in a sumptuously furnished fiat in a fashionable street of Berlin, drove a first-class car, kept three racehorses, and proudly announced him .elf on the. large brass doorplate a* 'Director Bernotat.' With the assis tance of bribed officials and his chief accomplice, Kaminski, he spirited away all papers relating to the case,. and. finally Kaminski, by posing as Bernotat's law yer, contrived his escape. After a series af depredations in Cologne and Wiesbaden, they were caught again, however, and sentenced to 10 years' penal servitude. In broad daylight, and wearing convict clothes, Bernotat has now walked out of liia prison at Gollnow. Some hours after thi hue and cry hid been raised a man in convict dres...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TWO-TEAS-OLD HANDICAP. Four and a half furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

TWO-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP. Four and a halt forlongi. ' (r. W. FouUham'i brg. BETHANY, by Fob- : - ctitff— Lady Tig, 8 rt. 6 fi). (J. Daniels) 1 It. J. Wittmtn'i ct Precious Pearl. 7 it. 7,fl-. (A. WilKm) ., ? .. S it. W. Woodmaion'a b.f. BJar of the East, allowed 7 «... 7 at a. ft. (B. DaVitt) .. 3 Other rtarten — Lady Frivoloot, . Spesrstar, aald- ol Sierra. . Betting (Arsua pricei)— 5 to 2 agit. Star of he East, 3 to 1 Precious Pearl and Speantar, t to 1 BETHANY. 8 to 1 Ibid of Sierra. . Won by a length, with a head between second ind third. ? No time taken. . . - MOBNCJOTOS PUBSE. - Fire furlonga, «r. C. O. Brown1* kg. TAHCHEN, by Gold : Brew — Star Lady, ,8 jp., 8 at 5 ft. (A. Cooper) . . .... .. ? .. 1 Jerare-H. N. McLean ft A. F. Colllna'a eg, Volplnc. 4 yra., 8 rt. (J. Danleli) .... 1 tfr. K. French'a b.g. Young Carden, 0 yn., .7 Bt 7. ft. (W. Hojrcted) ? 3 Other ttarten-^Guibem. Cottonpldter. Infer oper, Sunnnation, Pooh Bab, Princeia Boialie, Joodna. Lady Derrhnut, Peg Graeme, ...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SANDOWN BARRIER POSITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

SANOOWN BARRIER POSITIONS. Following are toe oarrier positions tor the Sandown Park Meeting on Saturday:— Two-Year-Old Hnndicap.-^fithrai 12, Borython 8. Karabog 9, Neretti 6, lord Iiovat 4, Star River 7, Three Star 11, Cavalero 3, Halalie 2, -Orangeade 5, La Narcissa 10. Pop Home 1. „_ Trial Welter.— Caramelo 2, Cave King S. Teparap 1, Sir Laniua 7, Demos Doux 3. LanceoU 1. Paply 6, Beg Pardon 3, Kirra walla 10, Spcarlight ft. . _ Sandown Plate.— The Wensmn 10, Greener 1. Greenray 4, Shady Nook 11, Salonia 8. The Abbot 2, Honorium 5, Brad bury 6, The Demon 3, Apis 9, Ceter 7. Sandown Park Handicap.— Batteryman 7, Vagrant 3, Savadeen 6. Lllanthony 5, Coromandel I, Pinnacle 8, Manacre 2, Sus pension I. Sandown Purse.— Chalaki 14, Ceryanteo 3. Winning Ticket 12, Running Wild 15, Star Pendil 4. By Gum 18. Belawan 7, Ponnum 16, Wyunga 13, Ebden 6, Marks man 8, Curlecue 2. Flyine Crare 11, Bngh Flare 10, Kubasi 17, Bourse 5, Sweet Berry 9. Lord Nnrcissa 1. Jumpers' Flat Race.— Johnny Cak...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
S.A. AVERAGES. Williams Has 23 Wickets. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

S.A. AVERAGES. Williams Has 23 Wickets. South Australia has completed Half Jfte -programme, and won two. of the three Shea. Several players have .Asfan omphed themselves with bat and ball. In cluded as an all-rounuer, aiinou8u «-- ably mainly because of his bowling ability,- Whitfield has been a consistent tungetter, and headB the patting averages. Harris maintains his reputation as. one of the leadinu cricketerB.m the State. Hu aggregate is far better than. that of any of his rivals, while his average is very fine. Richardson's century against Queens land has improved his record. C. b. rei lew is still rendering acceptable service to the State. .-. ' .' His battinR figures are quite commend able and he also claims the best bowling average. In 'this branch he has not, o£ course, performed nearly as much work as Wall or Williams, who, in the absence of Grimmett. haye become -the leading bowlersain the side. Wall has fondled ably/and should do better' still. Williams has captured the ...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Pennant Matches To-morrow: England at Geelong PENNANT GAMES WHO WILL WIN SHIELD Important Matches Ahead. Three States in the Running. Seventh Round Begins. ADELAIDE'S STRONG POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

pennant Matches Tomorrow: [England cit Gee fone: Conducted by Willow. WHO WILL '. WIN, SHIELD - ? ? — '^ — ' — ; ? r ' - ix-. ; ;: f 'z~. : , *.* Important Matches Afidad. Three States in the Running. ThB lonj, drawn-out Sheffield Shield prooramme nas proBrenen to roe. . ? stage where the struggle for top position has become Interesting. The result of the match between Quewuland and *New South Wales, now being played In Sydney, willfl bav a bearing on the chances of the home team gaining the trophy. .-''-' I There are still five matches to lie played, and South Australia will be engaged in 'three of them. Victoria is at present leading in the competition, as the accom panying table indicates:— P. W. W.O. L. D. Pts. Victoria ? 4 2 2 2 — 1* yew South Wtles .2-2 1 — — 8 .8outh Australia .. S 2 1 1 — 8 'Queensland ? S — — 3'— — N.B.— Win outright, 5 points; lead- on first Innings, 3 polnti; Ion on fint Innings, 1 point. ' Victoria has been the moat unfortunate State this year, because t...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

'til '^ it i-: MotHet'k usuallly 'select-; an Essex ?Becaii^se of its comfort* arid teauty. ''FatKers Jciipwift^ super-sixieconomy : ?p^rch.aseappro^ g; '£ jieadfe .^Aus?: aj^ssex po\yer and :/.:?:?' ipee^li . ^Eyei^;\;day.ljncvbre^\'ffittii]ies ?; ? 7are iearriiri^; .tKat ^ntK : aii ; Essex, ? '?; Tegular ^duiin^'-m^n-'j^^ter.-K^th and happiness. For every social or pleasure event, .j£z£S&* Essex meets the family YMMKl needs at the lowest 'AtniaMR»^ TOURER £2«) '?& ROADSTER £280 '' '? ~^WSSUKP-: CC-ACH v £530 ^ SEDAN - \. -. &V- ? L a* fUNOCRS $T ?;CtNTRAU.:««S..--''-';^^PM

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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PENNY POST. Again Advocated in England. LONDON, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

PENNY ?POSL- Agiin Advocated m 'England. ''? ' * ?? :T;OKT-OV-. .Tnnnirv'- 2. The. Association of British Chambers o£ Commerce, despite Mr. Churchill's njec tion of its plea for the restoration of the penny- postage,- is beginning a neit sampaign in favour of a pennjrixate on! etters to the dominions. - '. -

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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SEMAPHORE CARNIVAL. Mayor's Fund to Benefit. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

SEMAPHORE CARNIVAL. Mayor's Fund to Benefit. There was -a large attendance at a meeting of local traders and others in terested in the Semaphore carnival held in the- Semaphore Town Hall. on .Wednesday. nival at Semaphore from Saturday,1 Janu ary 26,. untH Saturday February 2'. '? Aid.. J. H. Clouston. presidedc - It had tbeen announced at- a -meeting of the' Port Ade laide , City'. Council^ that the .annual, car nival would not be. held thiB- year' on '?ac- couhtof the depression. . The question of holding- a carnival was discussed for; a long time at the-meeting last night. A large number ^present': considered: that 'steps should be taken to have the Foundation Day. holiday- recognised as a 'Semaphore Day.': This; : it' wra contended, could -be done only by the continuance of the annual carnival.;; AhVy profits' from. the ?carni- val should be. handed to the- fund .'of the mayor 6f. Port Adelaide {Mr/F. J.Brown) for expenditure in. the -employment of. labour, rather than disbursem...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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LUNCHEON TO EMPIRE SOLDIERS. LONDON, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

LUNCHEON TO EMPIRE SOLDIERS. LONDON. January 2. The Chief, of the Imperial General SUit (Field-Marshal Sir George- Milne) presided today at the' luncheon ten-; dered -by the Army Council. to dominion! army officers at present. in Great Britain.' The guests included the following Aus tralians:— Lieut.-Col. E. C. P. Plant, Majors G. C. Bowe, E. J. Milford, and E. A.' Wilton, Capta. F. L. Coldwell Smith, and F. ,G. Sheddon, of the Defence Department.

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Kidaides May Win New Year's Gift at Morphettville To-morrow INTERESTING ISSUES AT HEADQUARTERS. TOILEN MAY AGAIN CAPTURE THE SPRINT. DILKERA'S GOOD PROSPECTS IN WELTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

Kidaides May Win Nm-Yearz Gift at Mw^t)ilkTb^(mu- NTEREST1NC ISSUES AT HEADQUARTERS. T01LEN MAY AGAIN CAPTURE THE SPRINT. — ♦ ? DILKERA'S GOOD PROSPECTS IN WELTER. ? By Tusmore. Big fields will 'compete In most of the races, arranged for to-morrow, when: the S.A.J.C. will conclude Its New ^Year's fixture. ,.; ? The chief event will be the New Year's' Gift, and It may, be won by the Murray Bridge gelding Kidaides, which was runner-iip In the Port Ade laide Cup. ' , : The South Australian Jockey Club will probably, find, its .New Y'^ Meeting of 1029 to be far from a profitable one, for the totalizator v.investmen.ts; and the at tendance on the opening . afternoon .showed a huge decrease, and there would not ap pear, to be much hope oE an improvement in the 'figures-: at -headquarters to-morrow, when- the fixture 'win be concluded. Last year, on New Year's Gift day, there were eight events, and £32,223 10/ was handled in : the machines, ?while,. tho aggregate for the- two days was £76^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929

I Men! Share in the Savings 9 till 9! I |* MyER SALE 1 Mens £5/ 1 9/6, £6/6/ Suits f or 8 4/ I m Men's Ready-to-Wear Suits, in Navy Herringbone and Fancy Blue All- &~ js^^ I ?; Wool Worsted. Single-breasted style. Sizes 3 to v 6. Usually £5 19/6, 6 -5ns. mj%0?^$^k * ; [; Suit; Myer Summer Sale, To-day, 9 till 9, 84/ each. , „ S^fe. j3^1 : 1 65/ English Sports Coats 49/6 W^iml \ r u Men's Smart Englnh Tailored Model Sports Coats, Plain or Plealed bacli Two or three ^^?t ^fclflHV ? ' m button fronts In Brown, Fawn, Grey, Blue. Sizes 3 to 7. Usually 65/, 60/8 each; Myer Sum- ^* ^Mf A - % i?3m ? ' I 49/6 Bath Gowns 33/6 ,^^^£h\ V^£^\\ \ ' Men'« Bath Towelling Gowns exclusive pattern* With decidedly / »j 2fflr_J? tf?'- |'lA M JPWfflb^ ' » - „ marked tomngs. Sites 3 to 7. Usually'®/, «W» each; Myer Bummer -( dfS^%iff^, \'2* |«J\ JmfaJ&M%!l§&%i^ ^ Men1, and YounK Men's Flannel Sport. Trousers, in Lovat shade. ^^SeIl JH^Ci^k flHU^^l^f^^^^lfi ' ;« Cut with cuff bottom...

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