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BIGGEST BOOK SHOP. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

BIGGEST BOOK SHOP. Foyle's, who commenced business in London 25 yean ago with a few books, no capital, and three customers a week,- -are about to- erect the largest : bookshop- in the world on the site of the Old Gold beaters' House in Manette street, which will be familiar to readers 'of 'A Tale, of Two Cities.' It will accommodate two million volumes, any one of which .can- be found .in a few minutes. . - ?

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BOWLS IN NEW ZEALAND Australia Beaten Again WELLINGTON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

BOWLS IN NEW ZEALAND Australia Beaien Again . ' WELLINGTON. Friday. The second rubber of. the- Australian and New Zealand bowls, test* was played to day on Thornton Club's green. The Aus tralians won four out of six games' and were beaten on the aggregate by only a single point. ' ? . The aggregate for the two first rubbers was. New Zealand 391, Australia 338. This leaves Australia. a leeway of 63 points to overtake in the final rubber to-morrow..

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AFTER DEATH. An Astronomer's View. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

AFTER DEATH. An Astronomer's View.' ? The Harvard .astronomers recently con. firmed an announcement made by Profe*- wr Shapleyto the National Academy of sciences On Monday that the centre of tl» univor&e u»d been located in the coustdta ion of Sagittarius, wfiich is distant lrom the earth about 17.000,000 ' -light years.' A.'light year' is the distance which light travels, in a. year. at the rate..of 186,000 nwes per second.) Sow comes Dr. Heber Curtis, a noted astronomer, aud director of the Alleghany Observatory 'at '. Pitts burgh,' with another 'discovery' ? or, rather, aa expression of liU belief that the spirit of man lives -'m alter the body diet. Addressing the American .Institute, .a earned philosophical organiiation. upon the 'unity of the universe,' Dr.' Curtis said that what we crudely call the spirit of man ? , ? -; -' ? '? Mikes new compounds. Playg with the laws o{ chemical action. It beginning to guide the forces' within the uton. ? - Changes the face of the e...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
5CL TWINKLER BOYS' CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

5CL TWINKLER BOYS1 CLUB. The club corres pondence bureau will je commenced again eirhr—in the ' new year. ? ymte a num ber . of . members in country and city have made friends through exchanging letters.- All Twink lerites listening-in should have pencil and paper ready in case their name should buzz out over the air. ? ? . The original items in next Monday's fjillc will innliirliv Mr 'opkins's New Tear's Eve adventure, 4 letter from - Jimmy Buzzwig, a moral talk, dinknm gardening notes, and .a Bexton Slake story. It is nice to see Twinkleriteswith big ideas. One chappie writes from the north. 'I'm going camping for my holi days, and I'm going prospecting. . Dad sayB what the State wants is a good gold mine, and I'm Roing to find it if I an.' That's the spirit. . We haven t yet got a leader for the club orchestra, but we must hope' op, Like the 3d in the Christmas pudding,' he will be found tome time. ;' cherio boys; 'TwbUer.'V THE TWINKLER ' Ma F. J. MILLS.. THE TWINKLER ' Ma F. J....

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HIS DIFFICULTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

HIS DIFFICULTY. The smart youth rapped on the desk top with his umbrella,, and an insurance clerk' came qnickly to his 'side. 'Do Vbii ° wish' to' make a 'dalm.' sir?' be enquired. 'I do.' 'Very well, sir; would you' please fill up this form?' The young man studied it in silence: - 'But; I say.' he exclaimed^ suddenly. 'I'm* puzzled about how I stand with your Deople. . . I've got fire, life, accident, and burglary policies, but my immediate trouble -is that while I was away the moths got into my spats.' -

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WITH A VARIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

WITH A VARIATION. 'Do you remember., dear.' he asked as they sat dowtf on one'of the rustic' seats in ' the park; 'that I cut our initials on this tree behind us three or four yean ago?' .-,..-?;'. ;' ;-. '. ... .;? '. ? I, ' ' '3Vhy, no, George,' she replied. - 'I 'don't, remember that. Are you sure?'.. He rose, walked round the tree, and' in- spected the .'Ijark ^closely. .? ' ,*-, .-' ' 'Yes,' ho said, aa he sat down again, fit'* t°e ?ame tree all right, but it was another girl.' '?'.-?? ?? - ? . . :,

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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"A HIGHLY SUSCEPTIBLE CHANCELLOR" Lord Hailsham Married LONDON, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

'A HIGHLY SUSCEPTIBLE CHANCELLOR' Lord Hailiham Muried ??''?' ' LONDON. January 8. In. an, atmosphere of great secrecy, the Lord .'High. Chancellor- (Lord Hatltham) was .to-day* niarried to the widow' of 'the Hon. ? Alfred Lawiesdee. The ceremony took place in Westminster Abbey at noon. Although the engagement was well known, ' even Lord ' Halsham's servants «rer.e' unaware of the. time and place of the wedding ' ceremony. ' The police guarded the doors rfter . the entry of the bridal party, and excluded unauthorized persons The bridj is 35. years of age. . .

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GALSWORTHY ON ENGLISH. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

GALSWORTHY tiN ENGUSHi 'I would choose English, well spoken, as the medium of ? expression 6f which I would tire last. It is worthy of any dee tiny. The DOtSibilitiM r.f thia m-AOf nnnn or expression transcend even 8hakespeare and the Bible. Dare we say that English is past its prime? Shall we accept defeat and wnte the word decadent across the page? We cannot judge the English of our ?,?J'.' * like- to regard our lanxusgs as still in the making, and I think our at titude towards it should iiave more rever ence; that- we sbonld love our mother tonjrue an wa love our country and try to ' Ntpress ouTKcIves with rigotfr..' dignity, add grace.'— Mr. John Galsworthy. I ?;-

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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DEFENCE OF NOVELS. A Factor in Happiness [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

DEFENCE OF NOVELS. A Factor in Htppincsi 'I am an unashamed upholder of fic tion as a. factor. in bappineas,' said Sir Michael Ssdler, rffasler of University College, Oxford, in addressinz a joint con ference of Oxfordshire-local librarians and members of tlie Birmingham and District Library Association at Oxford, 'Fiction ' is to-day, as it has long been, A living art iii England. Many of the 61 novels published every week may be rubbish, but , nearly all are anodyne for somebody. *? About a third of our reading, poaaibly more, may be fiction. For a tired mind there is nothing like a tale. For Eng lith jicople, especially, English fiction- is indispensable to-day. It is the looking* - glass of English states of mind, pathologic ? cal states of- mind predominantly, per* haps, because nothing is more difficult- to put into words than the ordinary healthy state of mind. We English do-not write or read much the books dealing with Eng lish psychology, under that title, which are mostly ...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LITERARY NEWS AND, NOTES. Fiction and Biography. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

UTERARY NEWS AND, NOTES. Fiction and Biography. . One by'*6ne- Mary' Webb's novels in the collected edition are being published by Jonathan Cape. . Tbe latest to band is ?fThA flnlitcn Arrow.' in format and Drint a cbanning addition to any oooKiovcr ? shelf. The preface, vivid and illuminat ing, is by O. K. Chesterton. Among othet things noted in regard to Marj' Webb'i work, be remarks that novelists hi dealing with the poor, do to in two ways— 'ona is to fee in the tragedy of the pool a stark simplicity like the outline of I rock, the other is to see in it. an unfa thorn able^ though s savage complexity, like the labyrinthine complexity of a living forest. But .with. Mary Webb a lightahinei hot on things', but through them, from th- first page to the last.' .- ' To me 'The , Golden ? Arrow' was a revelation. It ' is literatun which is' as living as life. Jobx Arden and- his wife, Deborah, Stephen Lil and Joe, all in* a setting limited am confined, yet . partake of a majesty, at imm...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NIGHT FARING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

NIGHT FARING. 0 let me tut my coat from night. And wear the shorn of sleep, ???? ? And' in the Book o/' Dreaming tefite Ballads tor' dav too deeb. And through the Chase of Visions xand And 'snare those pointed birds J Wh,pse feathers happy poets find, .. And wedve them into words.' , ? Pass by the Well of Heart's Dtsirc And. gyaff its .waters thrice'/ Andfill'my heart' with feline fire And rhythm of Paradise. . . The four winds chant harmoniout Ih'ers Like singers in a glee, _ . ? ? And I wovld catch iha{ music fait, Breath' for. my .tout, to be. , ' : My bed is a mysterious boat; ' Whene'er Iclosc'mv'eycsr' ? ._ Swiftly it finds, like speed ,ofloqtt '. Some port .in Paradise, i —Lewis Spence in Chambers^ Journal.

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POETRY. A PRAYER. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

POETRY. A PRAYER. Teach me. Father, hoi to go ?Softly at the grastet atov-; Hush my tout to. meet the thoek Ot the xeild xcorld as a rock: ma my sptne; vropi -wih. power, Make as simple at a flower. Let the dry heart fill iti cup, hike a poppy looking up'; Let, life lightly wear her crown, . .Like a poppy looking down, .When its. heart is filled. with dew, : And ilt life btgins nnew. Teach me, Father, how'to'be Kind and patient at a tree! ? ? Joyfully the crickets croon .??'?;, Under thady oak at. noon;, ..,,' ?Beetle, on Jus mission bent, ?' .. 'Tarries in 'that cooling tent. v- : Let me, also, cheer a- spot, ?' I ? Hidden field or garden groU— ? Place where passing toult can rest On' their way and be their but. .,. . . ' —Edwin Markhain. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

COMMERCIAL PHDJTIXO SEATLT KXE ^ CDTKD AT THE BEOISIEB. . ' COLE'S BOOK ARC ADL NEW BOOKS. 'THE COHIKO COUNTRY.' a pn-vltlon b] Sir Tnncls Younghaiband. 8/; uxtrd «'8. 'THE BOY WHO FOL\SD OUT.' Ihe itoty c Hrari Fabre, by M. H. Wade, s/; posted i/i 'THE OOLDES ACE' by Kranrth OmhiB, 11 Itutnted hy E, H. Hhrp«rd, ihr popular trtlH who did the Illiirtritloni in 'IWhrn We W« Vray Young-.' tc. 10/; ported 10/8. '?MODERN EXGIJSH FICTIviX,' a i«noni rlew, by Gmld Bullttt. 3/U: ^oit^d 3/9. ??OUBSEIAES AXW OUH EMOTIONS,'1 by W C. Loonnore, a practical mil ivmpathetlc rtuil' ai the pUw »nd power of frtllne, and rmotloii In oar mtnUl, social, and nlutiuut life. 8' pottfd 874. 'TWO THOISAND YEARS OF WIT AN1 WISDOM,' gtrai of philoti-iihy and nranuur froi the world's mtstera of literature. 2/; pwtn 'THE WRITER'S OIIDE.' an «p-to--Iati handbook nf Ideal and Infomutlon for all vhi write, by H. H«nl. S/«: posted */B. 'THE MOTOR M.Ui'UAU' 17th edition, 1919 all about motors In linple lantuaft. S/« ...

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England and America. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

England and America. 'The Freedom of the Seas,' by Lieut-Coriimander the Hon. ? J: M:' Kehwohhy,* /RJT.; M.P;, .'' and,' George .Young, M.V.O. :.'..;' .'' Commander Kenworthy and Mr. Young ittack a difficult, subject, and'a'.vast prob em; and limitation of space forbids t more han a brief summary of their argument*. 'Freedom of the seas 'is the. cowerse of the command of the seas— though it is also, as we shall show, its comple ment. Command of the seas has been the palladium of the British since the institution of t^e United Kingdom. Freedom of the seas has been the palla dium of the Americans since the inde pendence of tbe United States. In de fence of these principles the two peoples have gone* to war with one another and may do so again. 'International Law' distinguishes between these doctrines as being the right of belligerents v. tbe rights of neutrals.' Nevertheless, it is contended, the two lolicies do not fundamentally conflict. 'Americans and British fought side by side it...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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TREATMENT OF ORE Bromo-Cyanide Process Interest in Golden Mile KALGOORLIE. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

'IWIPW^'P Bromo-Cyanide Process '''??' ' . -:',«; ????' '??? - j ? -i. ;;?'.. ... .-' :i Interest in Golden Mile KALG00BXH3 .Friday. A great ae&i ol wiercBt uoa uccuuuwu ly the announcement made in London re ently by Dr. K. B. Edwards that ex ifjrimenta with a. modified bromo-cyanide process indicated that treatment costs could be reduced to 10/ 'per ton. This would mean a reduction of from 3/ to 4/ per ton, thus bringing the total workini costs down to between 22/6 and 25/ per ton. ' Costs vary on all the mines of the Golden Mile, and if the new process should prove successful, the saving would-be greater on some than on others. , ? Although the general manager of the Perseverance (Mr. E. Williams) declines' to make any statement on the Bubject, until he receives advice from London, it can be, taken 'that the cabled report, is cor rect, aB Dr. Edwards was simply- announc ing what had been reported to him from the mine, and the announcement followed upon a report published s...

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DEATH DUES Schemes to Escape Payment [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

DEATH DUES Schemes to Escape Papent All manner of tactics are adopted In order. If possible, to escape pay. ment of at least a portion of the dues collected by the State at death. ' ? Most -people have a strong objection to the Government which had taxed them in all manner of ways during their life time/ making a final grab. from their de pendents. - To avoid this, parents of ma ture age frequently during the lifetime divide', their property among their child ren, and- in . some cases husbands 'several yean senior to their wives, have 'made over' all their earthly chattel*. There have been many 'instances of- heartburning in both these circumstances. .All these devices to escape . succession duties are futile as far as South Austra lia is concerned in the case of small legacies, as duty is charged only on the imount received by the individual; but the Commonwealth, and several other States charge a certain percentage on the whole estate. In South Australia a man would have to leave ...

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OFF TO NEW ZEALAND English Schoolboys' Tour. LONDON. January 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

OFF TO NEW ZEALAND English Schoolboys' Tour. ' '?'?'? LONDON ? January 4. Waterloo. Station was the scene ot an enthusiastic demonstration this mornrnp; when 45 schoolboys, equipped with- fish be rods, stalkine sticks, musical instru ments, and the minimum of luggage, -left en on 'Empire tour on the Ionic. 'The tour, .which will include a seven weeks' stay in Xew Zealand, is being .held* under : the auspices of . th* public schools Empire touring committee. The New Zealand High Commissioner (Sir James Park), in bidding, farewell to :he . young travellers,- said:— 'This is a p:eat mission' of education; which deserves I he fullest support.' ? . - : ... Thirteen other boys on tbe Ionic- are going, to take a two years' course at ffaitaki School '

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TENNIS, TEST ENGLAND V. AUSTRALIA Rubbers Equal SYDNEY: Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

?iPSD&lESJr ENGLAND V. AUSTRAUA Robbers Equal SYDNEY: Fridav. After tne second days play in tne. test mateh between Great Britain and' Aus- tralia, tbe. English team' is leading by four 'Koines'. ' tbe 'rubbers and sets being equal. -????? - Dr. J. C. Gregory (Great Britain) won ? the opening- match torday by defeating H. Hopman (Aurt.) at 0—7 in the third set. Xalms and Willard (Aust.) restored the balance later by defeating E. 'Higgs and I. G. Collins by a similar margin in sets, with a slightly better score in games. Features of the play were the fine form shown by Gregorv for Great Britain, and by Kalms for Australia. . These players dominated the games in which they played. The opening single, .took place, in intense heat. Results:— Sindes.— Dr. J. C. Gregory (G.B.1 beat H.1 Hopman (Aust.), 6-4. 6-3, 9—7. Doubles.— E. ? Higes and ? I; G. Collinc (G.B.) lost to F. 'Kalms and J. Willard (Aust.), 3r-6,-.»-6, 4-fl ? - Progressive Totals Great Britain.— Two rubbers, 8 sets, ...

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BIT BY BIT Abolishing New York Saloons few Police Chiefs Crusade NEW YORK. January 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

BIT BIT BIT MjoBshing New York Saloons few Police Chief's Crusade NEW YORK. Januirv 3. New York's new and vigoroui Police Commissioner,' Grover Whalen, is continu ing his drastic measures to reorganize the notice deDartment and its methods. He has incidentally inaugurated a novel -era in prohibition enforcement. Whalen, apparently realiring that to close all New York's saloons would be a superhuman task, has started a policy of differentiation by announcing1' his deter mination to dose down all saloom where it is alleged that the liquor gold con tains wood alcohol or other poisoni render ing it unfit- for human consumption. The Commissioner began by making raids during the night against a list of 55 saloons given to him by a New York newspaper, which completed the investi gation of 500 Baloona. The newspaper declared that the liquor obtained from these 55 'speakeasies' showed varying quantities of poisons, upon analysis. - The police raided the majority of the saloons designated, to...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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VERDICT OF ARSON A Port Lincoln Fire [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

, VERDICT OF ARSON A Port Lincoln Fire -That some person- unknown. set alight a shop at Port Lincoln on December 14 Is the verdict of the loeal Coroner. ? ' '',' PORT LINCOLN, Friday. The inquest -into the -cause of the fire at the Tear of Welfare Brothers's shop and McFarlane'a premises, on Tasman ter race, Port Lincoln, at midnight on Decem ber 14, wag concluded this morning,' be fore Mr. W. B. Richardson (Coroner). Further witnesses were' examined, and evidence was given by M.C. Ross, who.Jn company with Sgt. Litchfield, arrested Matthew Connell on the night indicated, after the fire had been extinguished, oa a charge of drunkenness and of being an idle 'and disorderly person. _ The Coroner said he had concluded that there was no doubt that the fire was deliberately lighted, par ticularly in view of tbe second outbreak; The finding was that the premises were wilfully ' set alight by some - person' or persona unknown. ',

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