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ANOTHER QUIET NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929
ANOTHER QUIET NIGHT. It is, understood that the King had. a quiet night on Sunday. . ? -LONDON, December 30. The. King's .physicians (Lord- Dawson of Penn, Sir Stanley Hewett, and Sir Hugh' Bigby) conferred at Buckingham Palace this, morning./ .They were in consulta tion for eight minutes. No bulletin was issued subsequent to the meeting; but palace officials stated that there had been no change in ' the King's ? condition;
THE MODEL MODERN WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929
THE MODEL MODERN W0MAK. * MIu Mjra Nobkt, elocutionist, nude her ^ debut as a public speaker at tbe Pleasant Sunday Afternoon at Manghan Church, December SO, before a large congregation. Miss Noblrt took as ha theme 'The Model Modern Woman,' basing btr remarks on Proverbs xxxi, 30— 'Favour Is deceitful snd beauty i- vain; but x TOman that fei^rcth the Lord, the shall, 'be praised.' Miss Xoblet began her career as an elocutionist with the South Australian District Juvenile Itechabltes a few years ago, wlonlnp all tbe prize*, snd retiring Irom tho Juvenile - list., although still elhrible. She subsequently - m prizes at tbe Adelaide competitions, and competed at Ballarat hit year . with! success. Th* Bev. -W. H. Cann, in thanking JHm Koblrt, predicted a. great future for her as a public soeaker.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929
??//?'? ^AMUSEMENTS, ? ^ GARDEN THEATRE. y .; ' Phone O. 302. Direction ^.' .''. .. ?.'.- .*.. .-.- J. p. WHUamson. ; PRghtly; at 8.10 $harp. '6TH BIO WEEK of; ' THE FAMOUS ENGLISH HUMPHREY BISHOP COMEDY COMPANY. This Week's' Programme unanimously acclaimed ? ' ' ? to-be . ' A Gem Amongst Gems. Prices— Saturdays and ?Holidays,- 4/, 3/, !/- 1/. Week Nights, 3/. S/, 1/. All plus tax. ? Plins at Candy Store all day, cnr. King Wil liam, street and Hindley street. Central 5739. After 6.30 rinfr Cen. 302. anmimipmimiiunimnimiimmMnmnuiinuiiiuiuiiwiiiumululimmmj [ ' TO-NIGHT AT 8.15. ( I PALAIS ROYAL ! | CABARET 1 1 Repeating Last Night's | I BIG CARNIVAL NIGHT, .j | - A. BRIGHT SPOT. . | 1 A HAPPY SPOT. ' | | THE COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN. f | Plans at Palais. |. I 'Phone Bookings 412». § J 4/, 3/, 2/, plus tax. | = ? mmm,..mn,,,,,n,..u,.l,U..,,B,l,J
INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929
INDEtTO ADVERTI§EMENf S; Amusmcnts ....-..'.;-.. .-, ..,. '2 ; Auctions,.. .. .. ' .. ....',; ..'.' J2 '. Board' and Lodging .... ....... 12 Funeral -Notices :. -.?:..:.. ...... 2, '? Government- Advertisement* '.:.', . 1 Holiday Resorts, Hotels, ic. .... 12 Hotels for Sale and to Let .. ;. 12 Insurance-.-.' ..'..- „ ........ 1, Lost and Found .. ..??..?'..?...-. '12 ..' Medical'..... ..-.,. ...... .. ;.. 1 :MisceIIaJBeous .. .,' .. .- .. ..'..' 12 ?Jfbtprs arid Cycles' .'. '..' .. ? 12' . Offices, Warehonses, arid. Shops to ; ' - Let ?::;.:.. ??.:'? .: .. ..? :.?'.?.? n Patents sand .Trade .Marks .. -... 12 , 'Persons .Wanted .. .. .. ..' „?, ..12 Professional' Engagements -,.. .. 12 Properties for Sale .; ? 12 Propertieii Wanted '....,.. t: ..' 12 Public Notices .. ........ .... ., ,2 Shipping '.'. ?';.,.. ..... '.. .....' 1 Tenders.-. '.. .. .. .?.-.; ,.'.w 1 ? 'T6Let... .'. .. .... .... .. ..12 Wanted- to Buy .. .... ;. .. .. 12 Wanted to Sell .. .... ',.-,.. „ 12 '
WOMEN AS JOCKEYS. Feminine Rider at Noarlunga. Novelty at Country Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929
WOMEN AS JOCKEYS. Feminine Rider at Noarlonga. Novelty at Country Meeting. ByTusmore. .Quite a' new departure .-. in racing in South Australia was provided at.' the picnic meeting .held at Noarlunga on Saturday, when a -member of the fair sex donned colours mth the knights of the pigskin, and rode a horse in the Trial Stakes. Miss M. Davies, a keen horsewoman, went, to the Noarlunga. meeting for the pure love of the sport, and when a rider( was not available for Blue Bird in the Trial Race, she sought permission to take the mount on the horse. She did not win -the event, but showed all the skill of her rivals of the opposite sex, and the novelty was much appreciated by all those present. Miss Davies has . been riding in the show, ring, where she has. gained many prizes, since she was, 11 years of age; she is now approaching her seventeenth birth day. ''Miss Davies, who resides at. Plimp ton, did not inherit, but developed, a love for horses, and although still in her tender year*-, ...
GIPPSLAND FIRE Four Shops Destroyed. Damage £30,000. MELBOURNE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929
:0PP^:K Four Shops Destroyed. . '' . '-MEIiBQIIRNE. Mondav. ,- A-serious and-extensive fire .occurred at Korumbtirra yeaferday'-moniing, ' and .be^ fore -it! was '-checked' destroyed four iBhops and did. considerable 'damage' to another shop m the. main, business centre of .thi; town.- -For 'a.'., considerable time all the shops ig' the -block; were -endangered. ' , ., ' The - nre.'brpke out' at' rear of 'Knight's large' flrapery ' stpre/.a' two-story building with . aji ; eight-window ?Irqiitage. It ' spread thence into another, two-story building, and' ;afterwatds '.'reached Mn.- A; V. BfoughtpniB.'. jewellery shop and another large two-ifory. building at the 'corner of Commercial and1 Radovick streets'. ?. -,A11 Llie stock and the buildings were destroyed, :hd the back ^premises and roof 'of -D. M.. Scott's butcher's shop -were burned. [t'is:DiiderstdO(l' that all the buildings and stock '.were'insured:. v'. . ; '? -' . ?? . Two' firemen -were ^overcome' by fumes from 'the .burni...
PIRIE WATER SUPPLY. Minister Replies to Mr. Hill. VICTOR HARBOUR. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929
PDtlE WATER SUPPLY. Minister Replies to Mr. Hill. VICTOR HABBOUR' Monday. : The Hon. M. Mclntosh- (Minister of Pub lic Works) commenting upon -the water position at Port Pirie, said to-day:— 'ilr. Hill has a perverted sense of 'the fitness of things when he charges, me with dis courtesy. Mr. Hill made an appoint ment with me to meet a deputation. He (per messenger) cancelled this appoint ment .without proffering any explanation. Because I did not choose to seek an ex planation, which ' courtesy demanded should be forthcoming .from , him, he charges me with the offence of .which, he is palpably guilty. However, this is! not the issue, and I would like Mr. Hill to confine himself to facts, not that he al lows these to influence him. when he fancies that political capital may be made by ignoring- them, but because' the 'public is entitled to have the discussion re stricted within reasonable limits. Mr. Hill, while admitting' ignorance 'of what'I told Mr. O. H. Woodward (superintend ent...
MISSING MOTORS. Quick Police Work. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929
MISSING, MOTOR^. Quick Police Work. : - On Monday morning, Frank Lajipman, of 301 Kensington road, 'Kensington Park, informed the police that his car had been fttolpn from hni.crarnff^ bfitw(-en 10 nLm.'on Sunday and 7 a.m. on Monday. He found that, the car was already in posses sion of the police, for it had Ijeen found abandoned on South terrace early that morning by Constables McKenzie and Liersch. There was no petrol in the tank. A five-Beater Whippet motor car (N.S.W., 13305), belongine to Mr. Thomas E. Virso, of Broken Hill, was stolen from Hindley- street about 1.30 p.m. on Xfonday. The Overland motor car (27109) belonging to Mr. H. Gdldsworthy. of Moonta. which wan stolen .from Ellen street, Moonta: on Saturday night, has not yet been fouha\
VACANT SEATS. Four By-Elections Pending. LONDON, December 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929
VACANT SEAK. Four By-EJections Pending. LONDON. December 30. Four Parliamentary by-elections are pending. One of them is in Northern Ireland; caused by the appointment of Sir Malcolm MacNashten. member for Lon donderry, to be a Judge in the King's ' Bench division. The other vacancies are caused by the deaths of Sir George Hut iliison, Consen-atire member for North Midlothian; Mr. Ben Spoor, Labour mem ber for Bishop Auckland,, and Mr. George Warn, Labour member for Wansbeck. Four candidates will probably contest the Midlothian seat, the Scottish National ists having decided to nominate a repre sentative, as well as each of the thres principal .parties. There will be a three-cornered contest at Wansbeck. At Bishop Auckland, for which. Mr. Hugo Dalton, who is at pre sent the member of Parliament for Peck- ? hanu had been the prospective Labour candidate, the. Labour, executive has de cided to invite his wife to contest the w scat. ? ' ' ? ~
A Pioneer of 1839. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929
A Pioneer. of 1839. f Sir--Please note that although I was present 'at ;f he .celebrations at Glenelg on Friday,; and my name, address, and ship by which I arrived in South Ai'mtmlia were notea ny one otthe gentlemen at Uie table where -signatures were recorded of pioneers and old colonists, my name was absent from the 'list appearing ? in The Register. NAs I. have been honoured' with an invitation to the' function for -27'ywrs past,' I w-)nld like my friends to know that I was* -present and enjoyed meeting many - old friends' and acquaintances after 89 years,; andi three months' residence in sunny South Australia.— I' am, Sir, 'Ac,' THOMAS NEILL, ' .Passenger by ship Recovery, September . 1,9,1839.
Britain and the U.S.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929
Britain and the U.S. A. Sir— ^hyaoeg Mr. S.' J. Rose persist in denouncing the Empire generally; and especially ? the ,'. British .Navy, which: hai ?? been responsible for Dresen-inir hia'-iiMn? Mr. Rose has said quite a lot a bout, the bad men of Great Britain who were re sponsible ' for unprintable ' things, ? especi ally the 'supremacy of the seas' and tha blockading of Germany coupled with th« national debt. to America, yet he forgets the enormous debt which America owei to England— 217 millions, I believe it isl and the peace parleys of Kellogg and company. -. Mr. ? Brisbane, writing for the Hearst newspapers, tells the world that it is America's, turn to have supremacy of the seas and that she can have the largest -army, and navy in the world without referring the matter to other countries. This is part of her plan of disarmament, so I suppose Mr. Rose is in favour of Mr. Brisbane's challenge to the world. All this peace talk by America is 'bunk,' and a proof of this is her re...
Burlesqued Religious Ceremonies. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929
Burlesqued Religious Ceremonies. Sir— Our. amusement providers are 'ever alert to tjckle the .public: fancy. Just now burlesques' of the religious ceremony of marriage- an to be seen and heard at two' Adelaide .theatres. Cannot our enter taiumenti 'suppliers . avail themselvcg'of ' themes '.that. amuse arid do not irriiata those to iwhom- a travesty of the solemni zation , of, matrimony i». repellent?— I amt Sir, 4c.,i ' ... - - . '? -.- ? , ?-?' ?'???? ? c v ' . 'OYEZ.'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929
._'?'. . , WATER. . I Permanent supplies for farms, stations, I gardens;; orchards, or homesteads. I ad- I vise thoroughly and honestly in dienU' in- I IS?^ * ruug!1 lonB practical experience I B»'n«d ''- bormg. well-sinking (on thou- I othnr rL'?' '5 S'^ Australia and I ther States), and laying out and instal- I mg: Urge and small irrigation schemes, M tC. oplendid and numerous successes in I tar outback and dry inland areas. I also M recommend and can instal the varioris ? ypea pump, suited for wells, bores, or ? irrigation-large or small acreaKes-hifth ? or low lifts. Have you dry country! I 1 an genuinely help the situation. Write in ? irit instance to EDGAR S. H0RW00D. ? L-onsuItmit and Contracting Engineer, for ? water- requirements (to Commonwealth ? ind State Governments). 22 Park terrace, ? arkside (U1369), L3B2'iAhitie I
SHOT AND ARRESTED. Alleged Attempt at Burglary. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929
SHOT AND ARRESTED. Alleged Attempt at Burglary. _ . ' SYDNEY, Monday. -.Leslie Oliver Read . (45), a farmer, of Woodnlle, near Mritland (NAW.), who was admitted to the Maitland Hospital on ?may morning at 3 o'clock, suffering from gunshot wounds, has been' arrested and charged with having attempted to irealc and enter the dwelling of KennetU iraham, at.W'oodville. Head was brougbS before the Court toslay. ; - , The police prosecutor (Sgt. ' Turner) Mid, that Graham had given information that he saw Read attempt to force open i window with a piece of wood, and as sume a fighting attitude. When Read raw that Graham had a gun. he ran away, »na braham ttredMnto the air to frighten ?iV i 'iCichaI5? 'truck Head- in the right shoulder. The case was adjourned until January 7. ?,... , . ?