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AMUSEMENTS PALAIS ROYAL [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

AMUSEMENTS PALAIS ROYAL - To-night an entirely, new programme will be featured in tbe Talais Royal cabs ret, and, judging . by . the reservations i*1m«i4(- mnrlA ihjtvo will lw» n liirffA ntttf*n() ance. llierc nave peen several cuanges made in tbe company during the lart week. To-night Mr. Alec Regan will fe» ture sevsral of his latest popular son' hits, and he will also be seen in several of. the humorous sketches. ' Messrs. Regan, Black, and Ward will be responsible for the humour of the night's entertainment, and no better combination could be de sired than these three artists. Mr. Arthur Clarke will be heard in special song fe»-. tares with Miss Alice Bennetto, the fine soprano of the. compuny. Mr. Bobby Iclpman has arranged something new for this wetk's show, and, together with Miss Rtne Cahill and Elsie Leuard, he will submit some special dances and a whirlwind acrobatic act. Miss Netta Rodney, the Vocalion girl, wlil Be seep .with the ballet. Mr. Jack Wright, the well-known ...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SUPER-CINEMAS London's Vast Palaces. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

SUPER-CINEMAS London's Vast Palaces. 'The* opening r at' Marble Arch ot t!ie legal Cinema, ' latcit of London's supeiy cinemas, follomng that o£ the Vcw tm ?nfi-A twAriHv. lioth on Bueh atrikinc sites. suggests the importance wtaicli the cinema has attained. - The centre of London alone now possesses moro than lull a dozen of lose palaces in more than nome. . There s hardly on important street in the Brit ish Isles but flaunts the unmistakable, if still strangely crude, coloured postori which announce the presence of films with '?? Th^re are' roughly 3,600 cinemas in the British JsIm, - besides another 400 halls which' open one or '. two nights a week, Itvit- estimated that.no fewer than 30.000,000'people pay-admission to cinemas every week— a truly astonishing figure, even considering that it includes a- large number of -twice-weekly ? and even more frcijuent \isits' to -'the. pictures' by the same individual. -And still more and yet more cinemas are being' built. There are rumours...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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LONDON'S BUSIEST MAN "Few Men Work Hard" [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

LONDOPfS BUSIEST MAN 'Tew M« Work Htnf Lord' Ashfield, who controls -London's Rieac traairjort combine and is in terested in many other coatpaniat, i«-' eentlv announced that he intends to oiv'c Sj a number of nil activities ai onportuni ea arise. He i* proposing to the iliara holden of the Standard film Company, Limited, of which he it chairman, trut they should accept an offer - from the Qaqmont-Britieh Pictures Corporation to buy the whole of the sham. The com pany controls Provincial Cinematograph Theatres, Limited, with a joint capital of about £14,000,000. If the offer if accepted by the shareholders, Lord Ash field will serer his connections' with tht British film industry and will goon retire from other concerns in which be- ii the moving tnlrit. Lord Ashfiold. tvho is Si; contrail as only part of hi* activities, the under ground railways and tubes, the London General Omnibus and itn allied companies and tho. London United Tramway*. - . ]3f is the chairman of 15 other compan...

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

BROADCASTING ???? ^ SATURDAY SDN. Adelaide— 313 Metres 7— (3. P.O. chimes. ' ; \ :.;; .... 7.1— Tune-in nurnhtrs, ' ? .-.-.;. 7.5— THE CHILDREX'S SESSION, contfrtlor ef Bedtime Stories and Musical Numbers for the yttlt Ones, conducted by DADDY LONGLEOB. 7.50 — THE EVVEXINQ NEWS SERVICE, implied exclusively to 5DX by the proprietor! ol THE SEWS. ' 8 — Returns of to-night's programme :^A Fro* gramme of PARLOPHONE RECOHD1NQS, we piled and selected by Mean. 8AVEBVS, LIMI TED, of Bundle street. Adelaide. 8.1— EDITH LORAKD ORCHESTRA, 'Sons ?I Autumn' (Waldtenfel) ; 'The- Flowers' Drum' , (Translatenr). 8.0— GEORGE SORLIE (buitone), 'Beauti- ful' (Shay), VGet Out and Get Under the Moon? (Toblai). ???'?. ? , 8.18— BAM LANIH'S ORCHESTRA, 'If Yon Hon't Love Me' (A*.tr). 'Ten Little Miles Iroro Town' (Schocbel). . ' 8.83— THE IHMLER CHOIR. 'Ave Mark' YArccdelt), 'Glory Now to Thw be Given' (Bach). . :?-. ..-. .-? ... ?-,...-. 8.32— ROBERT- .HOWE Ctarltone).- 'Chorus Gentlemen' (Lohr), 'The Blu...

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

A POPULAR TWIN The Hon. Alison and tlie Hon. Margaret Hore-Rnthven, with their «ister the. Hon. Jean Hore-Ruthven. Nieces of His Excellency the Governor, Sir Alexander HoreJtutbven. An Enzlish mairazine states:— The Ruthvpn twins. 'A' nnil 'M ' wbn »ro fo soon to be separated by. marriage— for, of course. Miss Alison is engaged ' to Mr. John Barran— have becu in Scotland at- Killearn House, Stirling-, shire. -I hear from a friend,- who was motoring up there recently, that she ? encountered the two walking along a country lane near Killearn the' other ;: day, both, of course, dressed exactly alike in' kilts of .' brown homespun ?? tweed and jumpers of paleeashmere, and looking rather as if they were ? about to follow the . prevailing fashion for growing one's hair long again. ' ? The wedding of Miss Alison Ruthven to Mr. Barran will take pla'ce in March:: .The bridesmaids are already settled, on, and -will include, of - course, the bride's twin and her elder sister, Miss Jean Ruthven...

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SCOUTS' CORROBOREE W.A. Celebrations PERTH, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

SCOUTS' CORROBOREE W.A. Celebrations , . ' PRRTH. Friday. Sixty-seven Boy Scouts trom me eauveiu States .'arrived in Perth %by train toJoy to take part in the centenary; scout ; cor rrtr.nrite.on the banks of the Murray River Before ? entraining for' the Claremont Showground, to join 19 other scouts from the east, who. arrived on Wednesday; the toys were. welcomed at, the station by. the chairman of the State execuhve_of the scout movement (Sir Thomas Coombe) and other officers. .. - . ? .?-'..?'. Curing the afternoon the ..contingent journeyed to Perth, where they were joined by a representative body of Wes tern Australian scouts, and marched to Government House, where 90 Girl Guides provided them with .refreshments on the lawn. . The Governor (Sir William Cam- pion), who is Chief Scout for Western Australia, inspected the scouts, and after- wards presented the medal of merit to Mrs. A. R. Cantwell, widow of the late Scoutmaster Cantwell, to whom it was posthumonsly awarded. To-mor...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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TEAM FOR ADELAIDE SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

TEAM FOR AOELfVHflB SYDNEY;. Friday. 'The New South Wales Cricket Associa ?oh selectors to-day announced -the-follpw-. ng team' to 'represent New South Wales igainst South Australia in the nexfc Shef ield Shield match at Adelaide:— - . A. Kippax (captain) A. Jackson, D,,G. BradmanrW. A. Oldfield, T. Andrews. A. Fairfax, C. Andrews, N. Morris, A. Marks; 3 Nicholk, B. Cooper, and D. Seddon. . The team -will leave on Monday.

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G. & R. V. GEORGE WILLS L. Martin's Match [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

G.A^$i(ii^^mXsi Li Martin's Match Tiie annual cricket match between teams re prejeating-- George 1 Wills -.and.^O:*,'& -R. ' Wlllj wa« pla.ved ? on . tie - Adelaide Oral yertcrday afterno-m.- The etntest vraa for the O. T. Wills Challenge Shield, and Oeorgf WI1U scored a -le- cialve rictnry thia.'jiar. The outstanding ^per- fonnanra for the mitch m that ot L. Martin, of the Eiii?«ssfnl' team, who scored lllrfunj, took 5 Tickets for 16. and caught one man out. Other good pcr'a™*1* toi* OrirBth* (fl.'ft R. Wilta). 6 for it,- and Holthoutc-and' Cjttilofre ((JcoTfe Wills), -who scored 09 and 37- respec tively. . Scoft*:— '. ?-. '*?'.' ??' ; '?' '?.-?'? .CEOHGf: WILLS. -.-.''? i .. Catchloye.1 e. Power, b. Haddrirfc ..... . . 37 Bolthouse, c. Toller, b. Oriffith ..' .. ..09 Martin, 9. Starr, .b.-ariffith .'.^..^..'^-.'lH Warren,' c. Slm«,b. Clucao '\' .?' ... .'. . - . '. ~ 23 Stoncr, c. Mrl-nrd. b. Oriffitha -..-.'.. .V- SO ?Jrnikcn,- lv QrllHUis ... .i '..'.''...?'.. ...-a' McA...

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FIRST INNINGS WIN Three Points TO N.S.W. Good Match; Poor Attendances SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

HRST INNINGS WIN Three Points to N.S.W. Good Match; Poor Attendances SYDNEW ? TTridav: The 'match between New South 'Wales and Queensland ended at 1 o'clock to-day, the' home_ team winning by 22 runs on the match -was -the worst . ever Been at ? an interstate fixture here. The explanation seemed to be that so many -people pre ferred to -Bit -or stand in'4. -Hyde- Park watching the progress returns, of the test match in Melbourne. ?? ? ?'';?:?? The match was resumed at 10^0 this morning, -McCabe being not out 28, Jor dan not out 0, and 4 wickets had fallen for 201 ??-?.' :? McCabc, from whom much was expected, nent quickly, and the first ball Nicholls received he- was out caught at the wickets by O'Connor, and- six- wickets were' down or 210 McCabe -lad played.- .a: good innings, as far as it 'had gone, for 34, Thompson had secured both wickets., The weather was very Hot,' the- playefs rfeet ing it severely. ? . . ' ? ? ' . ' New South Wales now had- her bad to .the wall.' Jackson at...

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ONLY 161 RUNS NEEDED ENGLAND 1 FOR 171 IN A COMMANDING POSITION, EVERY PROMISE OF GOOD PITCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

ONLY 161 RlfS NEEDED ENGLAND 1, FOR 171 - i , „ ? I: » ? IN A COMMANDING POSITION. s EVERY PROMISE OF GOtfD PiTCH/ With one wicket down for 171. and, now, needing.* only, IGI rum for ? victory, England looks like winning the third tert match, tad thus re ♦»Ihlhil thft ashMJ - ? - * VET.TUYTTRlNE. Friday Hopes and fearo of a break in the leather were realized early this morning, when there were nearly 30 points of xain The wicket for the third test match had been covered at each end, but had be come so rain sodden that play was de layed for 50 minutes The captains in spected the wickets at a quarter to 12 o'clock, and again at half ptst 12 o'clock They disagreed abont its state, and the umpires took charge, deciding oft an imme diate, start. . , ;; Only 4 More Runs Australia had lost eight' for 347, but added only four runs, Oxenham being out to a very poor shot before adding to Mb overnight score, and- Bladrie being- bowled ?without 'coring. , White took .^th ?wickets without ' a ru...

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

the Outcast [By J. -A£l'VTrSlevens:ni' TherMelbourne - :-.-/ - ?* ?- .Av-iVs-^Sun!! «T. '?Vi-'-'f^1- '-:- '? '? - 'pRA%,v;h6;is-he, that, sovlless4pokmg .. .Ime^p^.f. Wi-iliv^'Vv; : ', WKomM -, hisi'fellw ?-.viortalsfseem ? to 'shun. ?'??. *-..?? .?«:?? - . .' ' At'widm'bays jeerj-.their elders sneer, / , From \whoni' ^'discerning ',, todttters'; even Does- he;- exliife '? ? infectious ? . gcrmt—or. ;.. ,fWot^e,A\'-'i \,.~ :ri ? ., ..VJ. --'??-'-. '. \{ ti&Ag^,to:b'o^ow^beg^m :.:-^urf0-'^--^J-^ ^^^ *??'-' . : ? ^' of^^^fmdo^i^m^v^: That ^saclyja *imileAi^S'not?lsQ-oner Y^Wsth^MJMp(uidoned.lad,y-%' :? Tfe$ibh~wh'oi{bkea$ie' inU*r&l-iTi&he

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

A Large and Complete Map of the Stater (New Edition.) - ' - ? * /- - 'The-' - '- ' tourists' Road Map - ~ of South Australia; Price 2/-. Posted 2/2. . Obtainable from The Automobile Auochtion of S.A., al BookieBen, or The Register Office, GrenfeU Street, Adelaide. Copyrighted, Erinted, and Published by Register Newspapers, Limited^ Exclusive Features. The Saturday Journal. -The unquestioned supremacy of THE SATURDAY JOURNAL as a popular week-end magazine newspaper is largely due to the EXCLUSIVE features presented to readers with .each issue. Among the numerous - * published attractions are— - The .Front Page Special ' ? , Social Topics by 'Lady* Kitty.' Last-minute Racing' Selections. Sporting Review by The Stroller. Up-to-date Magazine Section. Budget of Short Stories. Exclusive Page of Puzzles. . The Boys' Own Corner. 5CL wTwinkIerM Club. Also — SPECIAL NOTES on Nature Topics, Wire less, Gramophone, Angling, Bridge, Home Projects, Gardening, Poultry, Dogs, &&, and...

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LATE SHIPPING AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

LATE SHIPPING AUSTRALIAN. MELBOURNE.— Arrived: Jan. 4— H»ll», from Antwtrp; Culno. from Portland; . Nalran*, Irani Lauoctiton. Sailed: Jan. 4 — Port Hobart, Al tana, WasgantU, and Ibdrag Mara, for Sraacy; Citta dl -Geneva, (or Gtnoa; Anflo-Chllean, lor Plrie; Nairana and Lutana, tor Taamanla; Colae and Corrimal, lor Xevcsstle; Kapara, Nolcnmi, rod Noon, for Adelaide. SYDNEY.— Arrived: Jan. t— Aoranfi. from Vancouver: Koranui, from Ke*caille; Oningil, trom Melbourne; Steniby. from Seattle. Sstlad: Jan. 4 — Acuta, (or Balik Faptn; Uliraarot, for Wellington; Mareeba, for. Port Adelaide; Btlyo Mart), for Yokohama; Copenhagen, for Rotter dam; Chasirte, for Melbourne; Dlmboola, for Fremiutle; Koranui, for Launceaton. WIRELESS. .. The following steamen thould be within range -f the undermentioned wireless lUtlom to-dajr:— Adelaide.— Aller, Berwicklaw, BalUrat. B*n lolra, Cithay, City of Otaka, Comortn, Cerutif, Euripides, Oretaiton, Hotaoni Bay, Iron Baron, Eatooraba, UrWno. Melbourne. — A...

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BID FOR AFGHAN THRONE PRINCE BREAKS PAROLE! Government of India on the Watch CALCUTTA, January 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

BID FOR AFGHAN THRONE PRINCE BREAKS PAROLE Government of India on the Watch ? - - CALCUTTA ' .Tknnavr 4. Prince Sirdar Muhammad Omar Khan, a member, of a .branch of the Afghan. Royal. Family; who are rivals' to King AmanuHah, has escaped' from parole at Aiianaoaa in disguise, ana ls.reportea .1 have crossed the north-west frontier, and to be' making a bfd for the Afghan throne. Omar, one of the six sons of the late Sirdar Muhammad' Khan, was taken to Allahabad at the dose of the second Afghan -war, and not allowed to leave. He is. said to be strongly pro-British, and is believed to be using the' tribal revolt a* a chance for restoring his own dynasty on the throne. . . The Government of ' India, : which is maintaining a close watch on the. frontier, has offered ? large rewards for Omar's de tention. ' . News from Kabul says that the King has rewarded his loyal : troops with two montnr pay tor nivmg repulsed tne reoeis, who are at present retreating northwards, pursued by bombing 'pl...

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

PUBLICATIONS TiKJIIVEb: -. ' .' '? ?? I '? - ' vt 't- -. '. .-?? : ? Frbm.Jracliiiian, t Co:,, LimrledV Mel bourne (the Melbourne University Press). — 'Stu3ie» in Australian. Affairs.' editet bv Persia ? Campbell. '. R.' C. ilillt.-ana G; V.- Portut.- ?,_ ' ? ; . . ,, ' From!- . John' . Murray, London.— 'America's' Ambattadbr* to England, 1785-1S28,' by. Beeklea Wilkon. - ?' ? ' I FromEne'at Mackay. ^ Stirling.. Scotland. — 'Bobcrt Burns .and His Rhyming Friends,' by Jobn.D. Boss, . ; ' .' -.. ; From Hoddcr i.Stougbton, London.— 'Bine ?Eyes and Grey,': by. Baroness Orcjy. .'??.. From T. 'Werner' Laurie, Limited, Lon don.— 'Lovers and Luggers,' by Gurney Slade; 'Chastity,' by Joan Conquest; 'Number 56,' by Catulle Mendes. From the Cambridge University Press, —'More Boys and Girls of History,' by Rhoda and- Eileen Power. From George Allen A Unwin, Limited.— 'Foreign Diplomacy in China,- 18M-1900,' by Philip Joseph; Ily War Memories,' by Dr. Benes (Czecho-Slovak Minister of Foreign Aff...

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BOOK MOTTOES. Reminders for Borrowers. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

BOOK MOTTOES. Reminders for Borrowers. A . ^correspondent to ? T.P.'e Weekly recently stated that ' be was in quest of an inscription for a book plate, suggest* inc that' he lent his books with nleinire. but' prayed. for their return, and wondered if. readers would suggest* a subtle, suave, courteous motto; - Hundreds of inseripi tiong were received, and the following are a' selection:— ' ; ? . TO BORBOWERS OF MT BOOKB. Mr books I -gladly lend. I hate tho.min -.Who could, churlishly monopoliie- his . friends. ' . ? . and for the pang of parting,- for a span,' - The joy they bring to other* make amends. - - ', sji [ bid my friends adieu, with 'pleasing .pain,' . ? . And with the Christian's hope to meet '?again.'',- . _?' ' ?:_;'' ? ? ' : -Wiliiam Holloway, B.A.'Oxon. (author of 'The New_Dunciad,''.4c,). Few of. my friends are good arithnw ticians, but nearly all', of them are good book-keepers. ; . ' Neither blemish this book, nor the' leaves' double down, .._/.. . ' Nor lend it to ...

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MEMORIES OF THOMAS HARDY. Sir James Barrie Reminiscent. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

MEMORIES OF THOMAS' HARDy, Sit James Barrie Reminiscent. Hettoriea of his early da jb in London and ol'.bif friendibip with Thomaa Hardy and George Meredith were recalled by Sir Jafnea Barrie. who. u Drcsident of the society ot Auinor«, nayrrrigDU, ana iimposers, addrened the members ' and ?heir friends at the annual dinner ol.the irganization. Sir James delighted his learerg with his personal recollections, lardy and Meredith he described as 'men [ hare most loved.' He pointed specially othe ftct that Hardy never desired fame, ind added, 'Whatever angel guards' the -6rtals of Elysium must' hove had to push [horns* Hardy in.' !But what pleased his radience most were his stories of Jiisown farly days, and especially of the way he vatched a lady reading his -first book rbich she took from a box outeide a book ihop in Holywell street. ' Sir James referred to his election .as iresident, and went on:— 'Interest,. in rour president at last springs up in. the mciety. What manner of man is ...

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CANBERRA AGITATIONS Embarrassing to Commission Complaints Committee Appointed CANBERRA. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

Canberra Agitations Embarrassing to Commission Complaints Committee Appointed ruVRRRRA. Fridav. The Minister for Home Affairs (Mr. Abbott) stated to-day that it had been very .obvious that. the administration of tprritnrinl affairs had. been very seriously embarrassed in- the past as the result ot many agitations which have developed. The Federal Capital Commission had ex presredto- the Minister its. view^.that some special steps should be taken to try to obviate this, which must act to the detri ment of Canberra and the territory. , At a result of this discussion- with the Chief Cimmisrioner, the Minister, in order to meet the position, has appointed a con sultative committee, consisting of himself, tbe Chief. Commissioner (Sir John But ters), and the secretary of the department (Mr. P. B.Deane) to meet regularly for the purpose of investigating any import ant grievance of the citizens of Canberra. Meetings wonld take the form of confer ences with representative committees of civil...

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More Old Records [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

MortiiWd'Recoitds: r:'The/86ni 'of thei Clergy^fiy ,' Ernest rHaroW. Peaice, 't Bipqppi3Jt ? Worcester,- ' DJU^; 1)to;;;®B& i (JonhrMiirra^. LondonJ. '*- .'.-~. »'' ?'TKere 'art niore ?. entertaining S extracts Fronffold- recorda;in'!tHe Bishop', of :'Wor- :est«r8.-dccou9t..of,i'T6e;5on- 'of'! the Slerfy.''— a society, founded .275 -fears -ago tor; the benefit of disttewe^-lclfrgy ; and their' *iEown anil 'orpTianj|',1which Kad Sir Christopher Wren for its fimt vicSpreii lent, and was granted a' Charter by Charles II. in 1678. .It was, apparently, founded, in the first place by the sons of. slergy for tbe benefit of their less fortu sate brethren, but was soon expanded to include other 'charitable and well-disposed jteople.' Its work included 'placing out nany of the said poore children appren tices,' the 'maintenance of the -others at the universityes,' and the' 'releife of nany of the said poor widdowes.'. -For nachincry it elected a Court, and ap pointed a register and me...

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BOOK AND WRITERS Songs For Youth [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929

BOOKS AND. WRITERS, Songs For Yotith 'The* Golden Staircase,' cbotea by Louoy Chisbolm. (T. C. and E. C. Jack, London}.' ' .,'Tlower Bonn of the Seasons.' by : Cicely Mary cBarktr. . -. (Blackie and Bon; Limited). 'Child psychology' it ardently studied low; but 20 years ago, when -the first edi :ion of .'The Golden Staircase' was irought out, the idea of concentrating the nterest on the child, 'bis likes and dh-' ikes' tfu new and rather daring. In Hn. Chisholm's case.a real love of poetfy las gone with it, a- knowledge of her mall readers,' and tie grading of the wems according; to the .age of the chil h-en ? make* it - a real ' staircase, from the terming: — ... , . j-._. V : . .. ' Whtnr Fithtr' takai'a 'tjltae t6 dig . . Then . Boblri -eoowt rim*; . He ?Iti.-spon * little twlj . : ? ' And linn a. little «ong— iy Laurence ' Alma*T*dema, ' to ' W. E. BenleyV'England, My England,' Laur ence Binyon's 'For ?? 'the Fallen,' and Jilaire Belloc's 'He Does Not Die.' Older oik, as well as...

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