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The Privy Council [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929
The Privy Council, 'The ' History ; of, the Privy Council,' by Sir. Almeric Fitiroy, K.C.B., K.C.V.O. (John Murray, ? London):- -'.?'? ? ? .-? Sir Almeric's object- has been not only tor write the story of the Privy Cqunefl forTthe eight centuries and more of its existence, but to treat bis subject in a 'way which will 'both give spirit to the enterprise and offer inducements, among others, to a class of .readers who are sot, as . a' rule, attracted by what are com monly regarded as. serio'us books. It is nn qbject in which he has admirably succeeded. The history of the Council, ita origins, functions, and development arc concisely- summarized, and he has r drawn on old records for incidents and extracts which are not only historically valuable but are 'a touching witness to the past in the sidelights thrown upon the social and -domestic aspects of the com munity.' So we may read the letter ordering Essex to be searched for 'aome ..paper- in^ a blacke cover fitte for Her Majesty's* ...
WEDDINGS GREY—FISHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929
WEDDINGS GREY-FISHER. At St. Matthew's Church, Marryat- ville, on Thursday afternoon, the marriage was celebrated of Frederick Millward Grey, of the School of Fine Arts, North Adelaide (late of London), and Beatrice &nbsp; Helen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Fisher, of Alexandra avenue, Toorak. Canon Dempster performed the ceremony, and during the signing of the register Mrs. M. D. Mears sang "O, Perfect Love." The bride, who was given away by her father, looked charming in a graceful period frock of parchment chiffon velvet with yoke, tight-fitting sleeves, and hem of Brussels lace. The veil of Brussels lace, which was softly arranged and held in place with orange blossom, also formed the train. A sheaf of gladioli in tones of gold and yellow was carried. The bridesmaid, Miss Joan Chewings, &nbsp; was frocked in floral silk voile over satin, &nbsp; in shades of pink and grey, with uneven flounce extending to the hip at one side, and finishing with bow. A p...
THE SOCIAL ROUND [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 5 January 1929
THE SOCIAL ROUND Mr. and Mrs. F. Villeneuve Smith have taken a house at Glenleg for some weeks. CAS Mr. and Mrs. W. J. and the Misses Hill, of Clarence Park, have gone to Brighton for the summer months. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Mr.and Mrs. E. C. Ellis and child, of Clarence Park, are staying at Brighton with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hill. &nbsp; Miss Myrtle Kaighin, of Toorak road, South Camberwell, is in Adelaide, and is the guest of Miss Topperwien, Joslin. &nbsp; Mr. and Mrs Dudley Hayward and Miss Kernaghan are staying at St. Olaves, Glenelg, for two months. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Dr. and Mrs. G. H. Burnell leave early next month on a trip to England. &nbsp; &nbsp; Mr. and Mrs. D. Seddom are leaving Minlaton to-day and returning to 23 Dutton terrace, Medindie. &nbsp; &nbsp; Miss Kathleen Hilfers is on a visit to Tasmania. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ...
SHOT AT CRICKET - MATCH Strange Sydney Accident SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929
SHOT AT CRICKET - MATCH . Strange Sydney Accident SYDNEY, 8unday. A- strange accident occurred at the Raw son. Park Oval, on Saturday* afternoon, during the progress of a district cricket match. William Lawler (48), grocer, of Hamp den - road, Artarmon, who was accom panied by his. wife and son, was leaving the oval, after watching the match, when he felt a twinge in his temple, and fell back; He was taken to the Royal North Shore Hospital,' where he was treated for i bullet wound. A lad admitted/ to the police, subse quently, that he had been shooting at birds in the locality, and it is believed that a bullet; which, fie fired at a pigeon, hit a rock and glanced off, striking Law ler.
SILLY PRANK OF INNIS-FAIL YOUTHS The Incident Closed CANBERRA. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929
SILLY PRANK OF INNIS FAIL YOUTHS The Incident Closed .CANBERRA. Sunday. All is. well again between Australia and Italy,, and the silly pranks of the Queensland youths in removing, the Italian coat of arms from the consulate at Innisfail will pass out as one of those unfortunate happenings which, - though trivial, are magnified in some quarters to - international importance. . . . .' : The Prime, Minister (Mr. ? Bruce) has received a reply from the Consul-General For' Italy, expressing 'sincere thanks for, and appreciation of, the message of the Commonwealth Government with regard, to the incident. ? ' '
NON-UNION LABOUR Strike Threatened at Barrier BROKEN HILL. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929
NON-UNION LABOUR Strike Threatened at Barrier BROKEN HILL. Sunday. benous trouble is likely to develop over the engagement of labour ' by the city council. A man was recently engaged who was not a member of the Municipal Em ployes' Union, which claims preference foi retrenched employes, stating that they have two such on their books. Interviews with the mayor and the town clerk failed, and the union therefore called a special meeting this morning, which de cided to refer the matter to the executive of the Barrier Industrial Council. That executive -met this afternoon and decided that, if .the man engaged turns i:p, for work nt the abattoirs to-mororw morning, other. council employes there are to cease work.
WEST'S THEATRE Milton Sills in "The Barker" [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929
WEST'S THEATRE Milton Sills in 'The Barker' ' A special feature at West's Picture Theatre on Saturday, was a stage presen tation by the Sunbeam Pantomime Kid ies. in which 20 children aDDeared in a lively ana reansuc Daiiei, illustrating me many attitudes of Felix the Cat, whose tail was long and most expressive. The Butterfly Ballet, in which the costumes were excellently designed, was another out standing item, the butterflies alway aquiv rer, hovering round the central flower, a small child, who gave a graceful individual dance, mostly on tiptoe, between the larger movements of the ballet. A de cidedly modern and popular step, 'Tho 'Varsity Drag,' with Fay Le Man fol lowed, and the concluding item, a farcical little wedding scene by the children, was prettily given. Solo dances and an acro batic item were other attractions of thin successful interlude. ' In his last few pictures Milton Sills hns not acted up to expectations, but in 'The Barker,' a story of carnival life, he has a...
FIFTY YEARS AGO From The Register, Monday, January 6, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929
FIFTY YEARS AGO From The Register; Monday, Janu-' v anr 6V 1879.' . .. . The London. 'market 'for ''' ?South: Australian bonds was disorganized, owing -to a ,pro- ! posal for a new; issue.— Mr. J. W. Bull copyrighted- his : book,: 'Early, Experiences of CohniM. Life,' the first work registered under the Act.— The Bible Christian ChyrcK at OlahvUle .was opened by. the Revs. T. Allen, T. Me-, Neill,an4 T. Piper.
MAJESTIC THEATRE Jim Gerald as Mrs. Muggins [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929
MAJESTIC THEATRE Jim Gerald as Mrs. Muggins Jim Gerald's happy ideas hava .caught on with Majestic Theatre patrons, a fact attested by the large and enthusis.Eti-i audiences a tboth sessions on Saturday. It is a snappy snow, especially strong in tnc dancing element, and the programme this week is well, adapted to the demands oi the regular habitpes of this theatre. A gny dnnce number with the alluring title 'Dream Kisses' set the pace, and Jim Gerald's eccentric version of the theme with Tommy Dale's assistance was an entertaining variation. - .Reg. Hawthorne's strange gift of yodelling was . incon gruously employed in a lullaby, the sing ing of which was applauded vociferousjy. A laughable ?sketch folowed, in which Jim Gerald appears as a model Sunday school boy whose father considers that his only hope of salvation lies in his association with fast women. He accordingly engages a vamp (Phyllig Du Barry) with an im provised terrible husband, and leaves them to do their worst with p...
KELLOGG PACT American Opposition Safeguarding Monroe Doctrine WASHINGTON. January 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929
American Opposition Safeguarding Monroe Doctrine -?.-. ^VASBL&GT ON^JamiarT* 4. The Republican reservationists and Democrats pliea Senator Borah with a -arrnge of questions when he reopened he Senate debate on the Kellogg- Treaty. [Senator .McLean (Republican) challenged 'senator Borah's statement 'that the Mon :oe Doctrine was fully protected by the '.Vcaty's recognition of the right of self lofenco. He said that Mr. Kellogg had .lefined self-defence as the right of a lation to protect its territory. Inasmuch n-'South .America was not. United States '.eiTitory, tlie Senate should, specifically ?irovide a safeguarding clause.:. ,-- ..? '??? '? Senator McLean added .'thaV' -he under* tood the South American . nations had ?bjeeled,. or would object/ to ratification ,.£ the treaty without some such safeguards ng douse. ''' ' , ? Senator .Borah, disputed Senator- 3Ie Venn's deductions, and argued. that Mr. 'Ccllogg had 'not intended to*' restrict his 'co'nition of self-defence.-...
BAROMETER. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929
BAROMETER. 29.85 V«2a7 Tat knowing taut sires tin tii-hooislx cor rected and reduced to mean so level and baro meter' reidingi dudoc the tait . three day* St dec- lUr'tnd standard amity, corresponding with tin weather mapi-: , ? - S a.m. 9 a.m. 3 cm. 9 pjn. Fridav ... -., 29.79 29.9B 29.92 29.09 Saturiay . . . . 29.93 29.91 S9.91 - 80.00 Sondaj . .. ;. 30.00 30.0S 38.89 29.8S WEATHER FORECAST South-Australia (istucd at 9 p.m., Sunday).-— Fine and winner, with nriable winds. chleSly easterly, OCEAN FORECAST. Seas generally smooth to moderate over sou thern waters. THE RAINFALL ? Interstate' Western Australia.— Port Hcdland, 4 points Only rain reported, 'Port Hcdlaod, 4 points. Qo«TOUnn\— Mcin, '8 ' points;. Cooktown, 10l;-Cairos, 25;: CardmlL 422; Botten, 80; lUctagr, 107; Noumea, 3. Light' to. heu?' rain recorded fairly generally on tropical coast, and scattered bet»t*n gull and central lowlands. Uaximura Ccrdtrell, 421 points. Sew South Wales. — Only rajn repoited, Bom bala jnd Pam...
VENTURA'S PASSENGERS [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929
VENTURA'S PASSENGERS /Followtag are paswngMa from San FrancUw ST«the *£& yntm- wWdl w»ehed 8«». Fiji, on Saturday: — . - _For Sydney^— Metsn, W. P. Butler. F. W. Draper. W. R. Draper, E. R. Courdeau, E. McCarthy A^ S. Osborne, J. P. ShanleV. d W. ffygp. 6- ,M- Te'T. T. Thurdin. U Weisburg, t Wicki M. B. Reach, O. V.-East. A. Can Icla, P. Dumond, H. Dimlck, B. M. Fedrlgotti, J- „ It „ Johnson, A. 'A.- Johnson, J. [? Marshall, T. B. May, T. McGovan, ». Robinson. A. Cohen. A. D. Fowler. S. H. Holm; T. Xlurpbey, and J. Saul- Mesdamca Dimick, J. McUchlan. E. Robinson. Draper, E. Hartley, Keys, McCarthy. W. J. O'Brien, N. Ouin. F. M. Ryder.' Shanley', and J.T-ist; Mis«« Draper, B. Dean, X H. Owynne, Z. Mendel sohn. H. Meyer, A. Reeve, D. M. Shanley, P. Wright, A. PA Bevington. S. B. Fredrickson, and K- M. Rae; Matter J. O'Brien.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929
MOORE'S HYGIENIC BEDDING! ' Hreicnlo Floci Bed*, well filled and rafted % thd canted In good BUck ind WhiU § ? .1 Tickli*. I i Onal price, t ft. « In.. 19/6 etch. | Special Price, 14/6 each. | ?'?? Usual price, S ft. wide, *1/. ? | Special Price, 16/6 each. | ' 4 ft. 8 In. wide, i ' | Special Price, 26/6 each, f *^/^ATlSFACn0H ^??^ — .
YACHTING LADIES' DAY AT GRANGE [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929
YACHTING - LAMES' DAY AT ORANGE Slx..flrtpi« dlnshlM tUrttd !B to* : dub'* annual ladlw1 nomination race on Saturday afternoon.; :? They .were:— Silver Spray (handi cap, im.). H. B. Qrovej akiorwr. itartln* tlm« ? ATilon (Sim.), T. Haden. 3.0.80 (Ulss JI. Btrrty); UIm Vic, (Um.j, R. Johnrtoi, J.J.So (Mrj. A. J. O-Orady); White Clood (Sr*), A. I. O'Orady. S.4 (lira. H. Otwtld); Sunny g-ith (acr.} O J. O'Orady, J.« (Mn. C. I ?^Uf^): Scandal (scr.). E. B. Kelly, 3.4 (Mrs. T. W. Kempster. sen.). Offlciala In charge. of the «vrat were:— OBcef rommandine and timekeeper, Mr. A. E. Droves; handicapper. Mr. H. K. Walkley; atartere, v Vam. tt H. flTitte and R. Mortets: juds-. Mr. ' I. .F. Tait; secretary. Mr. J. H. CunnlnjAam: J. W Oswald; official recorder, Mr. T. H. Pnertlej. A riioppj sea and a stiff south-westerly breera prerailed, and with spinnakers wt to the wind, the boala got away well, Klver Spray, Iht limit craft, making the most of her start, and almost rt»chine the northerly buoy...
AMUSEMENTS GARDENS THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929
AMUSEMENTS GARDENS THEATRE. ; The ideal open-nir setting and the assur ance of a. programme varied, and vivacious are privileges seized upon nightly by large crowds to witness the (food things pro vided by the Humphrey Bishop company. In the seventh programme, 'Scratcher' Ross again hits the bullseye in the cachin nation target, and finishes tip with some thing surprisingly good: His association with 'Tiny' Perrin is ridiculously funny. Arthur Hclmsley has become papular( and his ludicrous doggerel always scores: Wal ter Kingsley has chosen 'Sunrise , and You' for his solo thiB week. The Girl Quintet was a highly successful number, in which they had the co-operation of the male members in female attire, lime. Nanette delighted with her Men, Men, Men.' as did Marie Landon and Gwen Weston in a clever dancing duo. Elaine Maye and John Montfort were again vociferously applauded for their 'What Could Be Fairer Than That?', Thelma Trott waB heard to advantage in 'Danny Boy.' Jack Mayer an...
WHAT THINGS COST [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929
WHAT THINGS COST The Betail Grocers' Association - of South .Australia; reports that' the selling prices are as follows:— ? Eggi.— Market conditions prevailing at the present tune prevent quota tions being made of retail egg \ prices, which depend1 entirely upon local circumstances. - ? Butters-Choicest factory, 2/2} to 2/31; separator, 1/7}. to l/10i Bacon.— Bashers, 1/U per It).; . hams, 2/. . ., ; ' : ' Ch«e».— Matured, 1/6 to 1/8; new; 1/2 to 1/3. , Onions.— 2d. ? -?'?'.? Potatoes.— New, 2d. per ft; - ,; . ?
NEW C.P. SECRETARY [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929
NEW C.P. SECRETARY; At the age of 25 Mr. A. G. Alexander, of Glenelg, has been appointed secretary of the, Country Party of South Australia. H? succeeds Mr. T. Todd.Vwho recently re signed. -'-?;..'.' Taking the commerce course at the Uni versity, Mr. Alexander was for four- years associated with Counsel! & Booth, public accountants, and later with Manns Motors, Limited, and Hep- Motor Sales, Limited.. Mr. Alexander has .been prominent in the realm of sport, i He has played cricket in the University anS Glenelg teams, and football for the Prince Alfred Old Colle gians. Last year he took up baseball. ?
MOVE TO SAVE ELM TREES MEETING OF PROTEST STRONG RESENTMENT FELT BY PUBLIC [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929
move; to save ELM TREES MEETING OF PROTEST STRONG RESENTMENT FELT BY PUBLIC The fate of the North terrace elm trees is /again claiming public attention, and as a result of the latest request to the City Council Dy me executive oi tne JNational War Memorial Committee, a pub lic meeting of protest is to be held in the Adelaide Town Hall on Thursday night. THE ORIGINAL INTENTION . The question whether the beautiful avenue of elms' (about 30 of them), which is an outstanding feature of North terrace, from King William street to Kintore avenue, should b» given over to the axemen, has claimed the attention of the city fathers on and off since 1926!' The original idea of the council was to create a boulevard along the terrace, and in- other ways beautify the- popular walking area of Adelaide. - The City Gardener (Mr. A. W. Pelzer) was called upon to present a report on the proposal, and he pointed out thai it was not at all practicable. to have an avenue and a boulevard. If a boulevard wer...