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INTERSTATE BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

INTERSTATE BOWLS. The bowls.- team '.representing South Australia which played three games ? in Melbourne against .Victoria, returned to Adelaide by the express on Friday. ', It was in charge of Mr. J. C. Rundlc, and the party consisted of 11 men. ? The first game, at Glenferrie, resulted in a Vic; torian victory of 109 to- South Australia's 67; the second and third games.- at Carl ton and Middle Park respectively, were also won by Victoria. The -scores were 06 to 87 and 113 to 76. The play occupied Wednesday, Thursday, and ^riday, Decem ber 26, 27, and 28; bnt the team remained in- Melbourne to- ?» ? the-test -cricket match, ? ?-. ?-? ?:'..

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
OVERSEA FREIGHTS Effect of Proposed Increase Heavy Cost to State [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

OVERSEA FpjJHTS Effect of Proposed Increase Heavy Cost to State V It Is estimated that the proposed increase In oversea freights will represent an, additional charge ot £50,000 a year on goods imported to South Australia. Although the application ot an increase in freights on exports* from Australia is considered likely, it is. felt in certain local quarters'that steamship dwnen will .hesi tate to impose the charge on wheat and wool, by reason of the competition that exists for such freights. r The schedule, of _ increases prepared by the oversea shipping companies roughly averages 10 per cent., and if the proposal is put into effect, the surcharge, as cal culated by importers and officials of the Trade and Customs Department, will be about £1,000,000 a.. year' on imports to Australia. On the foregoing basis a simi lar amount would be. involved should the increase be imposed on exports from the Commonwealth. The proposal is now being submitted to a meeting of the Aus-' tralian -Merc...

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

Y.W.C.A. JUBILEE. i Miss Irene L'. Glasson, general- secretary, writes:— This year (19M) is the fiftieth anniversary of the-founding- of -the' 'Ade laide Young 'Womeh's Christian Associa tion, by Lady '(then Mrs.) Colton.the early members' of which were almost entirely recruited from Mrs. Colton's class at the Rrie Street Wesleyan Sunday School. We tie naturally anxious to get into touch with any ladies who remember those days, or indeed any of the doings of, say, the first 10 years. There will be special celebrations during the months of May and June, and I should be glad to receive names and addresses of any such old mem bers or friends of the' association, so that they may receive special invitations. May I beg the courtesy of your correspondence column's to make this desire as widely known as possible, '

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NATURE'S SOCIALISM lessons from Insects [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

NATURE'S SOCIALISM lessons from Insects Professor .J. Arthur Thomson, who ielivcred the annual -British Science Guild Norman . Lockyer lecture , at the Gold smith's Hall recentlv. tnoV an his sub- lect the 'Culture Value of Natural His tory.' The world of living creatures was crowded with' beauty, and man must give himself lessons in appreciation of it just is in the case of paintings and music, hs iaid. There was no risk'of- the cold light }f science hurting the aesthetic emotion, tor the more we knew of H beautiful thing the greater was our enjoyment. There was 10 risk of science dulling the sense . ?£ - beauty, for 'he loveth best who knoweth nost.' ' ? :? - -The summer bee, short-lived martyr to ixtreme. state socialism, found -a patch' of nrhite clover rich in nectar. Having filled ler honey-sac, she made 8 beeline for norne. and there gave, up her treasure to bousekeeping workers. Believed of her lurden. she executed a peculiar ecstatic lance on the honeycomb, tripping .round ...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A LIVELY LIFE Fanatics in Politics [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

A LIVELY LIFE Fanatics in Politics There is nothing malicious and much that is entertaining in the story VhicU Mr Jack Jones JLP,- tells of :'ily Lively Life,' which was 'published re is that in which he deals with the 'oddi. ties' of St: Stephen's: 'Now, fanatics are 'always manifest,' he says, where two or three are gathered together to do good or harm. .Certainly it is: true that, all new .parties 'seem -to attract an alarming number., of ? fanatics, ? ana we in the Labour Party are no ex ception. I sometimes think that all the fanatics of creation- think they hava a perfect right: Uf Bop down with us, and I can assure you they make things very uncomfortable for us of. the rank and file who. distrust, fanaticism as much as .wo dislike it.' Then,' of course, we get thoso '' ' most terrible people— the prohibitionists. '. . . Well; ;I treat men like Mr. Scrymgeourjis'yon -would treat any decent chap suffering, from a horrible and quite incurable complaint.1' On one occasion, relate...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

HOW TO AVOID INDIGESTION. '- . An Easy Way to Do It. In. most. digestive, troubles, excess add and fermented food have a tendency to remain -in the stomach until the next meal is e&tenN That ia' why intense pain so often follows immediately after eating. ' In cases of this kind, digestive disturbance can be absolutely prevented by taking half a .^teaBpoonful of .'Bisuratcd' . Magnesia powder or two or three tablets -in ia little irater half . an hour before eating j This neutralizes the acid, and in effect washes DUt the stomach, leaving it clean and sweet for the next meal. Get a package of 'Bisurated' ? Magnesia from your chemist to-day. Take it before your next meal and notetbe absence .of the -usual pain, and discomfort. In very, bad cases take'- another dose after meals, to -make assurance doubly sure.

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR MISCELLANEOUS [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR, MISCELLANEOUS M. WEU3H. — The twentieth century began ~-t Jannuy 1, 1801, tbe prerioui year being tit Ia-t in the nineteenth century. 'INTERESTED,' Toorak. — At bridge. A. hiv ing bid one diamond, and B, C, and D hiring, -passed, A cannot advance on bis declaration of one diamond. — Before marriage Gene Tanner's vile was Mlu Hay Josephine Lauder. She J* a.grandnlece o{j the' late Andrew Carnegie. 'ANXI008.V— Sori eyes U a - common com plaint with Httenv'' Try bathing with a weak solution of borade add. 'EiQUIBER.'— In the promindalion ot pyrex' use a lone 'y,' soundinjr the first syllable as in 'pie.r-— We do not know of a special method of preserving fruit, using vaxed paper in place of robber rings and lids. Per hips a reader can. oblige. 'SUNBURN.1— The use of zinc cream can be recommended to sufferers from sunburn. ? . 'LAVENDER.'— A medical authority atatea that in the cate of a normally healthy per son It does not matter on which aide he alRpi; bat if th...

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SNAKE ABOARD Excitement on Launch Mr. W. L. Stuart's Experience [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

SNAKE ABOARD Excitement on Launch Mr. ; W. 1. Stuart's Experience After .the Master of the Supreme . Court (Mr. W. L. Stuart) and two ' friends had finished their morning . swim at American River, Kanga roo uiang, .on .1 nnrsoay, ana , re- - turned to their motor launch, fhey found a black diamond snake on board. - : That the reptile was deadly- -poisonous, and had made itself at home in one of the bunks, did not. add to the pleasant ne«a of the situation; ? The party comprised three well-known members of the' community, Sir. Stuart's companions being Messrs. W. Birnie (re tired manager of the Bank 'of New South Wales) and Mr. P. P. King (re tired manager of ths National Bank)'. ' The Unwelcome Visitor. The time was about. 7 a.m., with the notcT launch rocking' lazily to the swell -n btrawbridge' Point, just across from ;h? little wharf at American River. The loliday wag nearing its end, and, after i refreshing dip. the members of the i»1m\ reiurned ,Hy &e dinghy to the laun...

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DISASTROUS FIRE School and House Gutted [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

DISASTROUS' FIRE School and House Gutted KADINA, January 3.— The Christmas week proved' disastrous for the head teacher of the Arthurton Public School (Mr. F. B. Evans), when the school resi dence and school building, which are semi detached, were completely destroyed by fire. . . . t - It appears that Mr. Evans was lighting a petrol lamp, when it exploded, and in a few seconds the room was in flames. Within. 10 minutes practically- the whole of the population of the Email town was on the spot, but nothing conld be done, and, as it was, the teacher and his wife and two children escaped with but the clothes they wore. In less than an hour the. two buildings, which . were made . of weatherboard lined with matchboard, wew in ashes, and the whole of the belongings of the family and the school apparatus destroyed. Mr. Evans's motor car was saved. - ... The building, which is one of the oldest in Arthurton, *wm erected in 1879, and had more than' served its purposes. Mr. Evans is one of t...

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

W :- ' To' Every Motorist' 11 : ???. /to View the World's Motor Masterpieces. , - ^^HE Directors of H. C Richards, |j X ^d., extend to every motorist' | a cordial invitation to attend the open ing display of the, new Cadillac and La || Salle cars. | . On view in the Cadillac Salon. . _ , SI Jan.'4dt to Jan. .12th inclusive. * . CADILLAC ' and LA SALLE- ' ' ? - - ' Cars of Quality and Distinction^ ' || .Ij&j^ViV^JI ^chaRDS BOILPKO. CDRR1E STMET. ||Mj^\.atfy GOMMEROAL PRINTING OF ALL HNns i ESCCUTED i.Z THE REGISTER GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE Read the Sporting Notes in To-day's issue of The Register. read 'the rmrcrci Wireless Notes

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

WARWiefc ,FAM/ 19 QiV-ilAlbEN H.KNDICAP.' ?'. ;.., - dM.QM ??: .stt-furlongi.:,- ?' \- 'V 'First bfvlsioh. V ' ' . . ' ' st Ib. ' . ft Ib. Silver Flower r.-r*''0'.-Merryland .!„? . 7 12 Kenmore . .- . ff 10 'Adeener ??.'.'. 7.10 Nymlssa . ;'. JL,..6..JfSpore . ... .7 10 Signify ? 8.4 Gainray .... 70 Pecunia-. ;? .- .. 8r-3 Demophon- . ... 7 I Prince jVerderer .-8-j'',0 ^Garbo. '. - v .- . . 7; 8 Wally K. (laU. ' ^ Post' Card: ; . 7. 5 Contemporary 8 0 Golden Three ? 7 '4 Starltke '. . , v' Vl3. Sltfclttpn; ... 7.. 2 Yambacoon- .? V T; 12^ Ruby Jay ; ?; «. 7.0 ? -I 9 KX— FARM-STAKESv-. - ' '' ' .' ? ' X+J.OO .- '^Onermllc. ???*?' --'?-. Eubur^.^../. '8 '%: Prince, Arim .'. 7. 9 Tully. . . ,^'8 »- Godfrey .. .75 Blushing .',,?? ? 7'12r Trlmara . ,. '. .7 * Da«TaH . . .- it 12 ? Lmdsbury , '. . . 7 ..2 Zeeland ....?:'.. 1 30- . Baroona .-..,. . ? 7.'. ,2 Ragitsky . .. . _7 .Iff., Lady Leucops . V., 0 Eventoe Balloon.. 7. 10,; Maestro,, ;;£; ,7- 0 1 V9ff— MAIDEN -^HHSERY -HANDICAP. ' -»...

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

mmw$&riim '?: '' ?i'r''^T \ 'v:'No^5^^e^^fillibw:'-' ?'??_ ' ? /* ''^^t'tie^f^ip Uie?iK««r« « fins of equif tttttSlHe'pKi- ; :^ '' ? s^»w»J^r^Ti^ ... ',t ? '- ajni'of weX'HBfc^Wjtttie^'^^ wA ii.«lioini.by'»nowi fbrinj '..' .. :-;wKI»thej.ir«il:-iCV -: '^' -,'^' ''. . ' '? ' Strong bf-He- -' .'; - rO»J--»»T~» '' -?'? ' '* ''S O, wpresenU vAm. Tht'fJUle of the ,ie» ii dmm-by'tiw letlttv ... :: 8..(imbo4h),'U. (m«len»i)l-Bj[l^).^5.iwiy.P^.8hs^i»| ? « ? indicate, rii» \aUlHabm\9smr'^^' ?'?'?' - ' : '' '' :'- '?: '' ?i'r''^T \ 'v:'No^5^^e^^fillibw:'-' ?'??_ ' ? /* ''^^t'tie^f^ip Uie?iK««r« « fins of equif tttttSlHe'pKi- ; :^ '' ? s^»w»J^r^Ti^ ... ',t ? '- ajni'of weX'HBfc^Wjtttie^'^^ wA ii.«lioini.by'»nowi fbrinj '..' .. :-;wKI»thej.ir«il:-iCV -: '^' -,'^' ''. . ' '? ' Strong bf-He- -' .'; - rO»J--»»T~» '' -?'? ' '* ''S O, wpresenU vAm. Tht'fJUle of the ,ie» ii dmm-by'tiw letlttv ... :: 8..(imbo4h),'U. (m«len»i)l-Bj[l^).^5.iwiy.P^.8hs^i»| ? « ? indicate, rii» \aUlHabm\9smr'^^' ?'...

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CRADOCK CHADOCK HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

CRADOCt CRADOCK HANDICAP. „. { ST.; B. V . - »t. D. Pistol Dodger . 1L 5 Talata „? . , . 9 7 EpbiiraU . . .11- 0 'Prairie . . .. : '9 1.7 Second Step . . .10 5 Honest Mick .-' .?- 9 ', .6 Stopdale . .' . .10' 5 'Anton Brook ...' 9 ''6 Earl French . . 10, 0 Stand Up v . ?, '9 ;.5 Tfilrd Step .? . »'12 Amot ...,.- 9 '0 Sir-Chesson . . 9. . 7 Woqoka. Lady , 9 .0 Bowika . . . v 9 7 ^ *#: ? ' ? ' FLTKG HANDICAP. ' ''' V ' ? . '\ Pistol Dodger '.11 6 Talata .-. . . '9-7 Enuornla . . .11, 0 :Prairie'. .'-. ; 9 *7 Second Step . .10 5 Honest Mick „; 9 -'I Stopdale .... 10' 5 Anton Brook .?;?'?»?? '6 Earl French ...10 4 SUnd Up -.: . ;.. ;9v 5 Third Step ... 10 0-Amor. . , /. -9,0 Sir.Chesson . ^ 9 12 ^Vonotat tady . 9 0 Bowaka . . . . 91 .7 ? £- ?:, ; .. . . r ? . . . - ? ? . ' ' Adelaide times of EtartiDg,. are '(riven. 1 ?'..

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

'READ -THE SPOKTIXO SOJES IN EVER! *f TODAY'S ISSUE. OF, THE HEOIStEB.

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BACK TO YELTA [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

BACKTOYELTA MOONTA, January 3.— Perhaps oue of the most successful functions ever- held in Velta was held in tht suburb of Moonta nn SttnrTav unit . Mohflav last. :Yfiltft. 18 the smallest fo the many suburbs around Moonta, although in the prosperous days of that mining district it ranged among the largest. At present the residences number 21, and the church is a short dis tance from these. This was the scene of the festivities.- It has a seating capacity for 500, and when one enters, the eye ii caught with -the quiet simplicity of the large edifice. However, it presented a gay appearance for the celebrations, decorated in red and white. The Bev. C. L. Sanders conducted the services on Sunday, arid the singing of the Cornish carols and other hymns, by the old Yelta Sunday school scholars, assisted by others, under the leadership of Mr. Bert Rowe, with Miss L. Wilton as pianist, and 'Mrs. Leigh Martin as organist, together with an orchestra, was much appreciated by large congregation...

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

' .... ^B^^^HHOOlOtP ^mPHsssH ' ?' '' '' t 'v . ? ^^^^^^^^^nliunrjluZxssssV E 2 mr^wisssssslissf * '' ' ' ^^B iiul Iwl W 1 _ si _ jiOul ? 1 ? ? ? ? ? ;- T - Iissb ' ' ' iL.r'I'rU V ^ I' ..pt.J . ' .. . * -^H^^^^^. ? ?? ? ? v lt\ la\, Jn b nn ?? ' ? ' ? ? * ' ? y. ????*??? ? ' fl^HHBI^I ' ^??tf ^^^^^^k. ? ? ' ?'' ?? '?'?-' ? '?' ? j^|X*J ^kce said an old Bey of Algiers, . : J -'i I Kjldall 'We've had no good beer for.-years, „;., '' I IHffl^ I'm leaving my 'pbssie,' ,,^ ?.''.'.. ' ':, ?'???'' 'HU&filll I'm going to Aussie , ^ I ^^^Hjl For some W.B.' (Loud cheers)'. - . ' I WR LAGER j ^3^ A NEW PRODUCT -OF WMERTOBRPfERY/ j^^ __J ? L__II_L__' ? '. ? . ' ? ?_ ? ? S57,fS .

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

DUN LOP The Vital Name in the Motoring.. Golf.. Tennis &. Bowling World -

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MEASURING LAUGHTER. New American Machine. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

MEASURING LAUGHTER. ' Nevy American. Machine. 'A sew apparatus has been .-discovered in America, which, it is claimed, can re gister the exact 'strength' of the laughter aroused by a comic piece in the theatre or in. the concert hoU,' writes F. B. in The Daily' Telegraph.' ''ThS ii grave nows for authors, for the machine— imper- sonal and unerring— records the truth and nothing but the truth. If a musical comedy should fail to .come up to scratch (presumably thero will be ar figure to de note absolute efficiency) it will be no lon ger possible to suspect that the failure was brought about by the perversity of critics. The task of critics on the other hand, will be much easier. Instead of appraising the wit of an author and discuss ing its qualities it -will only be-necessary to say at the end— lafograph 100, or 50, or 0, as the case may be. Indeed, the process could be extended to other iranchej of musical entertainments, and the worth of a recital summed up by the marks awarded for...

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GUMERACHA TRAGEDY Memorial Arch to be Erected GUMERACHA, January 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

GUMERACHA TRAGEDY Memorial Arch to be Erected ..'-.*? omiERACHA. January 4. Residents of -this and surrounding, di» tricts haw been profoundly moved by the tragedy at the well,, and last night a when it was unanimously decided to eroos i memorial arch over the entrance to the town' hall at Gumeracha, in honour and in' memory of those who perished -in the disaster:' ' ' *' * , .. There'was also a proposal to make suit able - recognition to those, who survived the brave attempts at rescue, probably in the shape of a medal suitably inscribed. The meetinjc elected a strong committee to carry ..out, the arrangements.

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UNIQUE FORTUNE. Largest By One Man. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

unique fortune; Largest By One Man. The estate of the late Mr. Harry Payne Whitney, the wealthy sportsman and inter national polo player,, was appraised by the v.».Vi»v Tax. rnmrnissioneraat ariproxi nately £38,000,000.' Under his will edu cation and eharitiee received £9,000,000 wd his widow £11,400,000. Life estateB of. about £fcOOO,000 each are bequeathed to the two children, John Whitney and John Hay Whitney. It is expected that the National and State Governments will leduct between- £4,000,000 and £5,000,000 tor inheritance and transfer^ taxes. This is'ttie largest estate on record in the United States.' ?? ; ... ? Some Huge Fortunes.; Mx\ Payne Whitney's fortune is possibly the largest ever left by one man. Sir David Yule, who died last July, is stated to have' left about £20,000,000, and M. Lebaudy, the French sugar refiner, who passed away 'some -40 years ago; was said to have disposed of a sum nearly as large in his will. Mrs. Anna Harkness, widow at one'of the founders of ...

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