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FARMERS' UNION DAIRY PRODUCE REPORT. Butter. Prices Advance. Egg Prices Fall. Cheese Market Firmer. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
FARMERS' UNION DAIRY PRODUCE REPORT. Butter Prices Adnace. - Efg Prices Fall. Cluese Market Firmer. THB SOOTH AUBTRAtlAS. FABMEKS1 CO- ' PERATIVE UNION (dairy produce department) sports under date January 3 as follows: — ' ; BQtter. ? The latest cable information from .ondon states that, business is quiet after the olidays, and prices of ' Australian choicest uality butter have slightly weakened.. It is ow .being quoted at 180/ to 182/ per cwt. Iain has fallen in mort of the dairying districts f Gippsland. Victoria, and in some places as »uch' as 150 points of rain have bene recorded, nd dairying conditions in -Victoria continue, deal There is plenty of feed, and indications re that while production will show a gradual eaeonsl declinj. 1t will be prolonged, and there rill be a surploa' in Victoria for the next, month r two. .Conditions in New South Wale* have idt improved. Pry conditions still prevail,, and lydney merchanti find it necessary to import sirly large . supplies of choic...
INCREASE IN FREIGHTS. Is It a Reprisal? MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
INCREASE IN FREIGHTS. Is It a Reprisal? VKT/RniTRNE. Thursday. That it was probable that the proposed increase in' freights on goods shipped from Great Britain to Australia would even toallv become uniform among overseas tnipping cumpamen, mnii««.M.v -- lationality, was indicated by a member ot he Overseas Shipping Representatives Association to-day. Another opinion was ;hat the increase was an answer from jverseas shipowners to Australia for the banner in which their protests agamst he highport charges bad been ignored. Beyond these remarks members of the issocintion would not comment, save to re -eat that the rates would be faxed in .ondon. and that they awaited informa .ion from their respective principals.
BIG BEQUESTS. The McCaughey Estate. MELBOURNE Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
BIG BEQUESTS. The McCaughey Estate. ^rET.BOTIRN'F.. Thursdav. For resettling purposes, the will of Mr. John 'McCaughey, of. Hampton Court, Darlinghurst (N.S.W.), was lodged in the nrobate office to-day. Mr. McCaughey's Victorian esiate was vaiuea ac ti*3,«t, ill pereonality. The New South Waies state was valued at £47,000. The execu oro are Mr. James Ashton, M.L.C.. of sTov Bouth Wales; Mr. Frederick Grii ithg Chomley, of Yanco; and Mr. M. J. A'. Robinson, of Darling Point, Sydney. Mr. McCaughey, who died oil June 20, 928, left a number of pecuniary gifts to lis friends. He made the following c.hari able bequests:— £5,000 to the Aged and nfirm Ministers' Fund of the Presby erian Church of Ireland; £5,000 to the mstees of the .Australian Preabyteriau %'jrch in Nev? South Wales for the Aged nd Infirm Ministers' Fund; £5,000 for he. widows of ministers of the Presby erian Church in New South Wales: ami £1,000 each to the public hospitals of ionrke, Jerilderie, Narrandera. and Jrana. He...
THE RIFLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
THE RIFLE. ]^y^0:^ ..Evidently with the thought that many men will be either enjoying their. holidays w recovering from the' effects of doing nothing during Christmas week, most club committees nave not made any fixtures for Saturday. Cyclists could not pass with out a, shoot,' rwhile a few- of the; extra enthusiasts of Adelaide may go down, for ia practice. ? Hurray Bridge ' aniVPort Pine are holding trophy shots, but'' most country clubs' will be idle, ? -? ; ; .,,.,.. ... . . ?Fixtur«. ' ? Cyclists.— Babr Trophy. ? Adelaide.— Practice. Hurray Bridge.— Patterson Trophy at 600 and. 800.. .,. , ? ? Port Pirie.— Prosser^ Cup at 300. : Open Prize Meetings. ' ; - There has been ^practically no club ?shootinif -during- tbfi holidays, but success ful gatherings were held at Amblesfde on December 28, Mount Barter on Decem ber 29, and Tweedvale oh -January 1. Incse, attracted a 'fair number of city riflemen, especially the ilount . Barker engagement. . . ? Best-Scores. 08 the Bifle. ??. '....
WINE INDUSTRY. The Melbourne Conference. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
WINE INDUSTRY. The Melbourne Conference. A conference between winemakers and otter branches of the industry, convoked by \ tbe Minister for Markets and Migra ?+;„« /\iv TatAi-Roni will be held in Melbourne on 'inorsgay, January w. ^ meeting of the Federal- Yiticultural Coun cil will meet beforehand 'on/ January 8 and 9, and-, the following-South Austra Jian -representatives' -will: leave for Mel bourne next Monday:— Messrs. B. H; Martin '' (president); L. N. Baiter (past president), Oscar Seppelt, T. M. Hardy, T.'G Angove,. Herbert Kay (chairman of the South Australian Vinegrowers1 Association), and a member to be selected to take the place of Mr.' Walter G. Smith, who is in South, Africa. ' . -Mr. Martin B«id that, a jrequest would be' made at the conference to 'have casks returned' front Great Britain admitted into Australia duty free. Casks sent :to Great Britain' from Australia cost from 58/. to 65/. ??These were sent back to Africa, and landed there for' 30/; arid rent- back to...
HANDBALL P. P. LEAHY CHAMPION. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
HANDBALL ^RRUAiwar^oN: , By K. A. R. The final iff the South Australian hand ball singles championships was concluded when P. Leahy defeated C. Jeacle. 15-3 and 15— 14. The first game at times pro -iufcu srwuiv w«\-(^ia(.ua- uaUlUUtllly -nJLU i jytlllj always superior .- . Jeacle, however, was not playing his right game, and was mak ing -many mistakes. Leahy was not up to. his usual form, but won 15— 3. Thu second game provided a great tussle. Jeacle gained an early advantage of 5—0, but Leahy gradually drew level. Each point was now evenly contested, and the scores differed by one only right till the end. Jeacle. by a couple of foolish mis takes, turned what looked like certain victory into defeat. The contest provided the) -best game throughout the singles championship. Leahy, by defeating Jeacle, has. annexed the singles championship for the seventh time in succtision. which easily constitutes a record. Though not quite up to his championship form, lie should be a hard propositio...
YACHTING. REPRESENTATION AT FORSTER CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
YACHTING. ^rew^toti- i0^m;m^l By Helmsman. So that South Australia may be repre lented in the Forster Cup races, to be untested at, Brisbane : next month, the lommittee.of the Royal .South Australian xacnt oqnaaron nas circularized its mem bers to grant financial support torsend the 21-footer Gymea. The owner Mr. W..H. .Powell, has. placed, the yacht at the disposal of the squadron for -.the con test, and if the Gymea be sent the squad ron will ask Mr. Powell to take charge. It is estimated that' £100 will cover the cost of South Australia's representation at the contest. It is probable that the crew will be drawn from members of the squadron, who will. make a holiday trip to Brisbane. There is every chance that ?the required amount will be raised. The Royal S.A. Yacht 8qnsdron have not a fixture until Saturday, January 21, when the Kintore Cup Race will be sailed in the gulf, outside the mouth of the Port River. The new rule regarding handicap ping should attract ? a much larger fl...
HUMID AND HOT MAXIMUM 104.2. Cool Change Promised. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
api^ Cool Change Promised. ;J\Vea.therJ conditions were very '-'.unpleasant yes terday, the . relative humidity being exception shade temperature was ? 104.2. A cool change, is promised. ,. ?; The humidity was 18 per* cent, as compared with a normal:, rango of from 8 to 10 per cent, when the dry bulb reading, is well above the century. Moreover, the wind was westerly,' which nude conditions far more humid, than . in the case of the dry north-easterly. The weather authorities stated last night that the enervating conditions would be displaced- by a, definite cool change which promised to be of substantial dura tion, although it was doubtful whether there' would be any rain. The barometer, fell. during. the day, but bad risen again ind the 'high' had not moved. ? Temperatures recorded at 8 p.m.. were: PORT AUQU8TA-1W deg. BROKEN HILL-1W. 8NOWTOWN-10P.. KAPDNDA-106. CI/ARE-1M, ? STRATHALBYN-103. . COOK-103. ? ? CAPS NORTHUMBERLAND--:!:. MOUNT OAMBIER-06.. , : STIRLING WE8T-Q6. STREAKY ...
CRUSHED TO DEATH. Caught in Machinery. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
CRUSHED TO DEATH. ? * - * * . - ... ,? ???? ?? ? ? Caught in Machinery. SYDNEY.' Thursday. While two men were greasing toe elevators at the White Bay jrheat. silos to-oigbt, the machinery, by some, means, was put into motion, and they were caught in the works/ ? ? . Harold Lcfroy Evans (80), of Maroubra, was shockingly crushed, and he died an hour later. . , ' . His companion, Joseph Armstrong, was. able to jump clear and' '-stop, the mifhinenr. . ? , ..?.*..- ^ '?' ' ? ;.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
I TfeeBestC!tttJ H , 'The best cut from the best } 1\ - fish' properly describes j I) /%^\ SAILOR SALMON SLICE. Ml yBjjxf ] J? the flat round tins you will K wOKe/ ^d one P61*60* section^ of IV ^^^ royalr red salmpn—-as appe- j ?1 tising and as perfect as if it -i Wj - had just been lifted from i A If . the river. w\ !t is the tastiest relish^ ?j you could ?^^;-;\f^---':'r.i.--S: »/ / ' ; ' :- ' Renumber the nlainerl vi If .SAILOR SALMON SLIdE^ ?I ANGUS WATSON * Co. Ud.. Bloor Court, Carrie St.. Adelaide. II
GREENOCK SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
GREENOCK. SRORTS. GREESOCK. January 2.— The annnal sport* ot the Greenock Lodge, I.O.O.P.M.U.. were he d on New Year's Day, and proved successful to nrrc w«v. The weather was not too promising in me rooming, ouv iuiinu,cu ?? «.»*« —j »? ?- gressed, and the attendance was good. JgceUent racing (both bicycle and foot) was witnessed, and it was a tribute to the cycling track, which lias been Improved, that not a single mishap occurred. The profrramme -was run ?well up to . time, and tlie officials are to be' congratulated on tie way they carried out their duties. . The Greenock Wheel Race of one and a half miles was the principal cycling event, for which there were three preliminary heats. The final was won by S. Edmunds, with B. Cooper second, and R. Polkingliornc third. The winner, in addition to £10, received a cup valued at £10, presented by the Donlop Rubber Company. The Seppelt Wheel Race, one mile, was won by F. O Kennewell, R. Jeffries being second, and K. Polkmglwrne third. Th...
CHRISTMAS POSTAL TRAFFIC Year's Busiest Period [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
1HRISTMAS POSTAL TRAFFIC Yew'f Bariert Period. The Deputy-Director '-'of Post*! -and Telegraph* '(Mr. E. .P. Eanuay) oh Thursday furnished some' interesting firnmo in TMnM4 tn -ffftflin lmndled dur ing the Christmas period, jjunng .me five full working day* immediatley pre ceding Christmas Day, 413,528 calls, we originated in the Adelaide Central Exchange. Approximately 147,500 calls were received from suburban exchanges; and 154.500 were eent from Central to automatic .exchanges in the metropolitan area, and in the same period .there were 15,723 calls for country stations. Although the actual volume of originating, trafhc was not quite so heavy as during, the corresponding period of 1927,. owing to approximately 1,600 lines having been transferred from Central to suburban ex; changes during the. year, . the average traffic originated per line increased by approximately 11.6 per cent.- On Friday, December 21; an average of 12.07 calls per line was originated by Central sub scribers,...
CENTRAL BOARD OF HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
CENTRAL: BOARtf. OF. HEALTH. A meeting of the Central. Board o«. Health fu held at the offices, Victoria place.. Adelaide, m Thqrsday. ' ' Present:— Dr*. . W, . Bamssy Wth (chairman) and E. Anzas Jobnson, Horn. I. Isaacs, r. C. Uoya, ana s. v-. penning ismv tary). ' ? ' ....?? - : The board approved the appointments ol the following: officers ot health to the Local Boards of Health undermentioned: — Dr. ; C. Gordon Wells, for. the Hundreds ot'Msitland, Kilkerrsn, and Wauraltee, in the District of Vorkc's Penin sula; and Dr. B. O. Johnston, Port Pirie, vice Dr. C Yeafman, resigned.' . ' ' The Local Board of Health, Adelaide, reported that the district was 'clean' in respect to smr latfna. The terra 'clean' aieans that three we«lu have elif)«d since the .death or recovery of the person lart reported a- suSctinR from the disease. ' ' ' . . The infections disease returns for the week ended December 22 showed that there were IS cases of influenza at Brompton, 9 Kilmuigtbn, T Hindmanh, 5 ...
AT HERMANNSBURG Missionaries and Natives, Blacks Treated "Firmly but Kindly." [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
ATHERMANNSBURG X Missionaries: and Natives. - Blacks Treated 'Firmly but ..Tn^his: evidence :,afc:. Alice' Springs.: oh Wednesday;-- before the, ;;Federal:r. board, whicb-iis Venqulring. into.. .the ? shooting of blkcti'tby: a police iiarty in ' Central Aus trauaj-tue.nev.-jBi;- xi. Jxramer, tne wcu known- missionary, ?? of the- ' Aborigines Friends' ? Association, .'made . some unex pected- allegations' concerning .the treat ment of abbriginies, by missionaries. .' 'Natives Not FlojBed. ... ? ?Pastor'/Riedel, chairman of the Finfce Mission .Committee, jn_.an intcrriew -.ritb a representative of Thei Register yester day, deiied ? emphatically 'Mri'r Kramer's statemeht that; in the.early'days of the Herinannsb'urg ' Mission V Station, Chris tianity was. flogged into the natives, with the result, that better ' blades were pro duced;, . .'Alt has always. been: the policy of the mission,' he stated, 'to. treat the natives firmly, but kindly.' He had al ways, found' that they responded b...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
BIRTHS. . YEEND.^-Oir tie 30th December, 1928, to the wife ct Charles A.' Teend, Bnll'a Creek—* Qaugbter. Both Trell, . . ' . ; ' ENGAGEMENTS. DAVEY—WEARN*— The engagement is' an nounced ot Ivy, daughter of Mr. and llrs. J. Davcr, Kadina, to 'WillUm, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Wearn, Kadina. ' ? ? '. ,'GRAETZ — BUCK. — The engagement is an noHnced'oI Hnbltu- -?., second -daughter of Mr. and Mm. J. C. Qragta, of'Angaston, to Edward F. (Ted), second' bod of Mr. and Mrs. 3. Suck, of Adelaide. .MILLER— WHITtV-The engagement ta . an nounced, of Martha; second daughter ot Mr, and Mrs. J. Miller, to Edwin, only. ton of Mr, ud Mr*. E. T.. White, both ol Croydon. SMITH— RICHARDSON.— The engagement is announced .of -Mlllicent, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Smith, of Eudunda, to Alfred, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. B. Richard eon, ot K«nt road, Keswlcl, TOMLIN— -DONOHUE.— The engagement is announced of ) Edith, older daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. R. Tomlin, William street, Cirnden, to William...
SOLDIER TRAINEES. The Annual Camps. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
SOLDIER TRAINEES. The Annual Gamps. The annual series of training camps arranged by the Defence Department for citizen forces will begin this year on Jacuary 21. when the engineer unit will Altogether 4,050 young men will go through the training. With the exception 3f small number- of cavalrymen, all these lads will be from the -metropolitan area. The engineers': camp at O'Halloran Hill will be under the command of Major F. M. Best, and 190 officers and other ranks rill take part. The training will continue intil January 28. On .the same site, from February 11 to Tebruary 18, the first artillery camp will 3e held. The 210 trainees will include nembers of the 50th and 113th Batteries, ind the headquarters ? of the 13th Field Artillery Brigade. In the second artillery :amp, from February 20 to 27, at the same ilace, will be .included 210 members of the (Sth and 49th. Batteries.. Both camps will i-e under the command of Lieut.-Col. T. R. Mellor, O.B.E., VD. Large Infantry Encampment. '...
COMMERCIAL CABLES. WHEAT. NEW YORK, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
COMMERCIAL ^CABLES. WHEAT.' -.' ? ? ?MTirro.vnRK. Jannarr 2. (Jhicago opraons: — mama, iiu* 7! „ , C4/10tKper bnshelr May, 118} cents (4/11 W6)7 jSy,.120J cente (5/1-16).. LONDON, ; Japuary 2. ?,Cargt)e8 are quiet',. ' and. prices little :h'ariged. 'Parcels liave no ' attention. Liverpool futures-.— March, 9/1 per cen tal- .May, .9/11; July,. 9/3. . . ., TALLOW..'. . At tWa -vfeek's sales 897 casks were affered, .and 238. sold; .Prices are mostly unchanged.. Quotations:— Mutton, fine U/B cwt.,. medium 40/ cwt.; .beef, fine 13/6, medium -39/6.. .? .- ' SHARES/. Middle quotations on the London Stock Exchange- on' Wednesday -were:— Broken Hill Proprietary, 25/3;' .North. Broken Hill, 101/10J: Broken Hill' South 54/; Mount Elliot, 1/6; Briseis Tin, 2/9; Mount Ly'ell. 39/3; Great Boulder, 2/44; Sons of Gwalia, 3/|; South Kalgurli, 16/111; Boulder Perseverance ord.. Hid.; Golden Horseuhoe Estates, 4/1}; Lake View and Blir-. 10/1;' Zinc Corporation ord..'46/10j; Zinc Corporation, pref., .....
METAL PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
METAL PRICES. The following' are the Official London petal, quotations _ (middle prices) on 'anuary 2 as-'Teceived-by-.cablegrani from he London Metal Exchange:— Copper.— Itandar'd. Bpot £75 1/3 ton: three months, £73 ? 16/3; electrolytic, £77 5/, £77 15/: »ire baTs, £77 15/; best selected. £70 2/6.-' L'ead.-r-Soft, foreign, spot, £22 5/-. orward, £22 13/: spelter, spot, £26 15/; orward; £26 15/.- Tin.— Standard, spot, £225 12/6; three months, £225 17/6. Sil rer.— Standard, spot, 2/2 5-16 ox.: forward, l/2|; fine, spot 2/4|, forward 2/4}. Ame ican electrolytic, copper not quoted.. Sil ver prices January 1:— Standard, spot !/2j, forward 2/2 7-16; fine, spot 2/4J, 'orward 2/4 9-16. Combined figure for tin itocks (landing and in warehouse) at December. 31, 10,382 tons..
SHIPPING AND MAILS [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 4 January 1929
StitlPM(3/lilii»Iii| Taking' passengers, mails, and - general i argo- for- London', tbe RJI5, Comorin ailed yesterday. 1 - i ? -I To unload 750,000 super .ft. ^E timber,] ud 500 tons general cargo, at Port'Pirie, lie. steamer Bankoku llaru will sail early- | ext week from Port Adelaide. - ? . , .From 'Liverpool and GlaBgow,* the } teamer Euripides will arrive at the Outer i [arbour on Saturday, with passengers anq I enerol cargo to the agency of Dalgety ] nd Co., Limited. On her homewaid j oyage to London, the P. & O. via the j ape Service'.-'steamer Ballarat, sailed ' on j 'h'ursday, with, passengers . and. general 1 «go. . ' ? v-_ '?-.''.'-.' I . ' MOVEMENTS. OF VESSELS. . ! j Toni)«e'i« net ngictered. ai ihown 'in IJoyd'i j etftUt. ? '. .-'V. ',.' ?-?'??:-? . .-''- ?? l ' ' ?'-.- SEMAPHORE ^TIDES''-.-'. ; ] JHdiy, ' rtnuirr' t.— High* .water,' .' 8, im.} .] w -water, 2. .p.m.. '?,.. ??-...- .'??-? ?? ?.'? .-?.?.?- j RR1VED AT PORT ADELAIDE— January 3. CALUUT, 2,631, Bundr...