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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

? SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. , WITH THE COMPLIMENTS OF THE PROPRIETORS WILKINSON « CO LIMITED.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

m H-a a B.0,0 a. '???' A Iwdirig Melbourne Dafly (or otcr SO ?- yeara. All the newi girai brightly io picture* and rtorj. Special featmti ntq day. THE A 0 S T R A L A S 1 A N. . A Rational W«Uj. completely ' fllu* bated from corer to cover. Beautiful plcturea produced. I17. the Utett dlacorerr in picturt process,' Including , colomed platea, '?'..- ' Wholesale. Gordon * Goteb (A'tla), Ltd.. ind «B Nem Agent* thnmghont South Amtnlia. . WUSflV * -MACKINNON. Proprietor*, Melbourne. . *J00c . WENDTS Optical Department, in chargi oJ Hi. P. B. LELUIAH, Certified . Optician. HATlSFACnOS ASSUBED. '?.:?:'. - ' . MOthac tire; Executor of your Will! A Trustee Company is the Meal Executor. . Its , perpetual life, Exper ience and Trustworth iness make it so. ? WILLS AND EXECUTORS ' Fit* in AppUctfuu EliDJER'S -. TRUSTEE and EXECUTOR COMPANY LIMITED 35 Currie St, Adelaide. '? ? '176tM By special arrangement, Reuter'i world service. In addition to other special sources of Information, It used hi t...

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TODAY'S DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

TO-DAY'S DIARY. Tides.— High' 'water,' 6 a.m.; low water, :- : noon. ,?'?-.-?; '.'???-' : ? ' -. . '?'. .? .' '-.AilUSEMENTS. \ ,. ' 2.30; and [8.— Majestic Theatre— Jim Ger ald's ?Company. . , . ?8.10.— Garden Theatre— Musical Comedy Company. '.' ? .' ?? ' 8.15.-Palais Royal-JfCabaret.' , ? : ;-: PICTURES. : ?' ' . ~ All Day.— Regent— 'A New , Year Wed ding.' ?'*? ??'''? '? - ' ; AH Day ;\ — Wondergraph — 'Hunting- , ? tower.' ; ?'?'? ? . All Day.— Pcv.— 'The Haunted- Range.' All Day.— York— 'Heart to' Heart.'! - 2.30 and 8.— West'sr-'Sun Kworig Wah.'. 3»USCELLANEdUS. All Day^Zpo.. and Snake Park. ^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

THEIR NAME UVETH FOR EVERMORE. HILL.— PtcS.- Hfii. ot. Bti: Ploneen, who died on 1st January.'. 191T.' ? '? With tender love and regret We who loved you will never forget i — Inserted by hit parents, Kooringa. ?v^nmifd LONpbrC; \ In the Offlcea' of 'THE,- REQISTErV THE ' OBSt^R.^ani',TOE:MTURDAYi;WUB.- NAL, at 80; Fleet iibu^.toodeii. prarWon ? hai' beenVoadei/ar,» reading; and^iifting ':'. room, iwherev 'irfiltori .horn Australia ^ wO] ' find home papera at. their dlapbaal/ Csrrea-'- ; ? POTdenc«;-n^y^b«^^Irected to Th« Register Office.' and; tadJIUei are' aUo ^prcnrided.foi ;- , correippi^encevbehig -forwardfd',ein;:lldot ' notiee^.^elnnotranents In. Great -Britain. . ardtht Ccn^neat ia gfren jry'risttoraV^ ; \ yiilton rnir;a^o; obtain THE REGISTER, THE' OBSERVER'* and ? THE '? SATURDAY^ ? '_'. ;/':-JOURNAL:.at:''.^'i ?/::/?;- . The, Book»taU,.Exhibnion flail,' ' , . - *AnatJilla-Honse,J W.O, ?? -'?''' ?: -. ? ?' ! *;or' .frdin . /, - *f' . '?''? \.-^THEJRE|3l^rER^rTICE; '^ - . ,-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

Jrif OR MAHi JTOTICES ^l- ' ' ''..?-'-?:''': '!.i iV '303c '?,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

TWILLING FAST IS OP NO USB UNLESS TOITBB OH THk RIGHT BOAtt . :- TOURISTS' ROAD GUIDES SHOW THE WAY. . ,

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KILLED ON HOLIDAY. Motor Cycle Skidded. KALGOORLIE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

KILLED ON HOLIDAY. Motor Cycle Skidded. - . KALG00BLIE, Monday. About 4.45 this afternoon a motor cycle lecident, in which Charles Noel Shaw (28). met his death, occured in Piccadilly itreet, Kalgoorlie. Shaw was riding to wards Alantana street, on ms motor cycie. Just as he passed Keenan street corner, the motor cycle skidded on the slippery roadway. It had rained early in the tfternoon, and Shaw was thrown heavily to the ground. The injured man was taken to the Kal loorlie Government Hospital, but died immediately after admission to the insti tution, from head in juries.. The only dam ige to the motor cycle was a bent l*ft landlebar. , Mr. Shaw was a son of Mr. R.- Shaw, Salgoorlie municipal treasurer. Soino rears ago he was employed at the elec Tic light station, but of recent years lie lad been- employed at the coast as an electrician. He was spending the Christ nss holiday* with' his parents and sisters.

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A DULL PERIOD FOR THE TREASURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

A DULL PERIOD FOR THE TREASURY. The half-year's - financial statement which we print elsewhere to-day, sug gests that the Treasurer is in need oi all the- wishes .for a nrosDerous hew year that the taxpayers may- be disposed to extend to him.. The official comments on the approximate revenue and expenditure figures put tho best complexion possible on the returns, but they .cannot conceal the fact that it has: been a disappointing period for the Treasury. Compared with the previous half-year, revenue declined by £210,212, while the comparative decrease in ex penditure amounted to no more than £65,589. In several respects the Budget estimates, as was pointed out at the time, were too sanguine. For example, with the railways and harbours receipts declining' from week to week, the Treasurer estimated that he would re ceive £188,000 from the one and £78,000 from the other more than was obtained in 1927-28. For the half-year just ended, the railway revenue showed a comparative decrease of...

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LARRIKIN SACTIVE. New Year's Eve Prank. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

LARRIKIN SACHVE. New Year's Eve Prank. An attempt to burn down, the club house on. the Municipal Golf Links was made on Monday night, and was just pre vented bv the timelv arrival nf f wo nntnr traffic constables. . - Noticing a reddish glare in one of the tvindows of the clubhouse M.T.C.'s Bobin-' «cn and AVitton immediately investigated, and found that three windows had been broken, and through one of them, a heap of burning grass had been forced. _ A couch directly beneath the window was smouldering, and a cloud of smoke was pouring forth. ? ? The flames, which were just starting to arise from the couch, were beaten out by the constables. As no attempt was made to steal .anything the police believe that the act was a New Tear's Eve prank of a gang of larrikins, who frequent North Adelaide. ' - ,. Damage has several times been done to the clubhouse, recently, apparently by vandals, arid only a T few 'days ago, all the glass in the clubhouse windows was Fmashed. ?

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IN and OUT of the CITY TODAY'S WEATHER FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

IN eiidObT? By Autolycus. TO-DAY'S . WEATHER FORECAST. Fin* and hot, with northerly winds, but a cool southerly chang* soon setting In ovsr far-western districts, and lattr extend ing eastwards. ' . ? Among the new .year cards I received was a -delightfully intimate greeting from Florence and Bland Holt. The following yerses were in th» retired actor-manager's characteristically bold handwriting:— Troubled Old Tear doffs his cap, And puts Young Aussie on the map, With slate wiped clean, and prospects fine, For all good luck in '29. Once more our; good old wish again— May - love and luck and laughter reign; May every heart's desire come true.' This is our wish, dear friend, for you. Contentment. . Mr. R. W. Bennett, K.C., in a note to me from Mendes Hotel, Melbourne, where he is resting after his operation, says:— 'Thanks for the clipping on 'Beautiful Words.' I think I must still 'bank on con tentment as one of the best of all words. If one be contented there cannot be much very wro...

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TRAGEDY AT GUMERACHA. Continued from Page 7. FELLOW OFFICERS' TRIBUTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

TRAGEDY At GUMERACHA. , Continued -from Page 7. ' FELLOW OFFICERS' TRIBUTES. The late M.C. Smith was very popular among his fellow officers, and the news of his death caused much consternation nt the Citv Watchhouse, where several of the staff, paid tributes to bis fine quali ties, both as a policeman and as a citi zen. It was considered, that the bravery with which M.C. Smith risked his life and paid the penalty was but typical of the man. ? , -. Detective Bourke, who has been closely associated with him, both in the city and at country stations, said that M.C. Smith was a man of exceedingly fine type, and a most capable officer. He had taken a keen interest -in sport, and had dona much for' the young men in the towns where he had been' stationed. During the war he had been a zealous worker for natriotic organizations.

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PICKPOCKETS ACTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

PICKPOCKETS ACTIVE. During the holidays pickpockets have again been active, and travellers and holi day makers are advised to keep a. good lookout and not to carry more valuables and money than is necessary. On Monday evening a man was boarding a bus at Glenelg when a wallet containing £20 was taken from his pocket. The matter 'was reported to the police, and investigations are being made.

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TRAGEDY AT GUMERACHA. THREE MEN ASPHYXIATED. EXPLOSION IN A WELL. RESCUERS SUCCUMB TO FUMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

TRAGEDY AT dUMER!ACH# THREE MEN ASPHYXIATED. EXPLOSION JN A WELL. ♦ RESCUERS SUCCUMB TO FUMES. An underground explosion, which was heard throughout the township of Gumeracha on Monday morning, resulted in one of the most shocking tragedies which has occurred in the State' for many years. In it, one man lost his life, and the subsequent gal lant efforts of would-be' rescuers resulted in two. more deaths. Those who lost tbeir lives /were: — Mr. GEORGE FARLEY (44), blacksmith and garage proprietor, of Main street, .married man, with three young child ren. Mr. WILLIAM CROOK (44), assistant to Mr. Farley, married man with four children. M.C; GEORGE THOMAS SMITH (37), officer in - charge of Gumeracha Police Station, married man with two young children. The suddenness with which three of 'the best-liked and most useful members of 'the little TUral community came to' a fright ful end caused a profound shock through out' the township, and for the rest of the day' business was practically at ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

FUNERAL NOTICES. ' AMSBERG. — The Friends of the late Mr. ALFRED LEON AMSBERG are respectfully informed that his Remains were Privately Laid to, Rest on MONDAY, 31st inst, in the Jewish Cemetery, West Terrace. PENGELLEY. & KNABE. Undertakers, Central 496. 210 Rundle - street. FORBES.— The Friends of the late Mr. ERNEST ALBERT (Rocko) FORBES are   respectfully informed that his Funeral (motor) will leave his late Residence, 'Apologue,' Har-   grave street, Peterhead, on TUESDAY, at 11 a.m., for the Cheltenham Cemetery.   P. W. MOORE, Undertaker. Military road. Semaphore. 'Phone Y147. Commercial road. Port Adelaide. 'Phone J2206. FARLEY.— The Friends of the late 'Mr.   GEORGE FARLEY, of Main street, Guma-   racha, are respectfully informed that his Fune- al will Leave his Residence at 3 p.m.,- .TO-DAY, -   for the Forreston' Cemetery.   G. A MAEBSCHEL,. Undertaker, Birdwood. &nbs...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

1 .,' PUBLIC NOTICE^' '^ ' . fpO Whom . it may Concern: Take Hotice. 1 , -*- Trill Not.be Responsible for any Debt* or other liabilities. Contracted by any one Without - my Written Authority., Ceorgina IL'DowIinc, ' C1'°tlg- - ' ? .'? ' . A3flgc m Q. A. MILLER-RANDLE Wishes to notify, bis man* Patients that his Snrgerles wnr be' CLOSED from SATURDAY. Dec«mber-i»nd, until JANUABY Tth. '' ; '???'? ?-'? - . - A35«'»5 '-.. ?pROVEO. BY COMPARISOS. WOODRQOPE'S Aerated Waters are Best. ? '-.?'? '? ; ' ? .? . use ADVERTISING CHARGES. - The Register. ♦_ — Houses and Land Wanted, 'For Sale, or To Let. Wanted to Birr or Wanted to SeD. Wasted to Exchange. Business and Partnerships For Sale or Wanted. Hotels and Restaurants Wanted, to Let, or For Sale. Produce Wanted, or For Sale. Hissing Friends' Notices. Miscellaneous. Wanted. Poultry. Dors. Birds. Ate Lost and Found. Stock and Vehicles Wanted or For- Sale. Motors and Cycles For' Sale or Wonted Machinery. 12 WORDS. I/. Each Extra six words, Sd...

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SMUGGLERS' SYNDICATE. Elaborate Concealment of Tobacco. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

SMUGGLERS' SYNDICATE. Elaborate Concealment of '?''?'?.'.' ? Tobacco. 'I T ;- A syndicate of tobacco, smugglers has been broken' up by the clever work of Liverpool customs officers. This was diff closed at Liverpool Police Court, : when tour Spaniards, declared to-be members of this syndicate, appeared- in the dock. One. of the accused was. chief third class Bteward on the steamer Orcoma, and the other three were stewards on the same ship. *?.??????' Customs-Officer Jlooney .said there' was □o doubt that these men were. all working together as a syndicate, smuggling tobacco from South America. The chief steward, Augustine Otero.Mosquera, -was respon sible for ''a most ingenious concealment of 28 ft. of tobacco. With the aid of a very fine saw he had cut out the wainscoating in the wall of the canteen and hidden 30 packages of tobacco in a cavity behind. He then replaced the wainscoating, nailed up an ornamental beading over the point where the sawing had been done, and gave the whol...

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BUILDING A PYRAMID. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

BUILDING A PYRAMID. M. Jcan-Capart, the .eminent Egyptolo gist, v, ho ? is curator of the Museum of Ancient Art, at the Palais du Cinquan tenaire at Brussels, has a' curious and fer tile imagination (writes the - Brussels cor respondent of the Daily Telegraph). Visi tors to the museum are somewhat puzzled on passing through the Egyptian section, when they perceive a sort of cage of iron wire in the shape of a pyramid, and see habitues of the museum approach it and r-ast little cubes of wood into the interior through the meshes. Herodotus relates that King Cheops, for the construction of his pyramid on the Gizch plateau, had to make 100,000 men labour . for twenty years. The Great Pyramid is 230 metres (about 760 feet) in length over the Ride, and 146 metres (4S0 feet in height. It is estimated that no fewer than 2,600,000 cubic metres of masonry were used in the construction. How is it possible to form an idea of ths number of blocks of masonry used in the construction of the 'pyram...

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ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

ATTEMPTED SUICIDE.. . Edward Peters, of- Rose Park, admitted to Mr. E. M. Sabine, P.M., in the Ade laide Police Court 'on Monday, that on December 24 he attemnted to commit sui cide by taking lysol. Mr. R. L. Lenthall, -' Police Prosecutor, said the defendant went home on the day in question in a drunken condition. His wife was out at the time, and when she returned she spoke to him about his condition. He then took a bottle of lysol and drank the con tents. Dr. Ten-ill waa called, and treated the defendant, and then sent him to the Adelaide Hospital. He stated: that he had taken the lysol because he wanted to give bis .wife her liberty.;: In Co^rt the defendant ? said he would -.iii-t- have done such a foolish thins if ho had not been drunk. He was willing to sign the pledge. An order was made requiring him to enter into a bond of £20 to keep the peace to- ' wards himself for 12 months.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

1 - . , SHIPPING. ORIENT LINE. ROYAL UAU. STEAUEHa TO LONDOH. Calling at COLOMBO. SUEZ, POST SAID. NAPLES. TODLON. GIBRALTAR, tod PLYMOUTH. ' «*»»r«*, Tom. Commander; - Eailsw OEAMA 20,000 a 0 ttitbesan Jan. to OSTEHLE7 12,129 M J. Sanaa Jm 2* I OHSOVA I2,0« Q. 0. Thome Feb. T OBV1ETO 12,133 F. B. O'Snllenn Feb. !- OTEANTO 20.000 a G.'Stannton Mar. 7. : ORMONDE 14,853 L. V. Jameg Mar. 21 FARES.— Adelaide to London— Saloon, finite from £00: retnra. from £T68. Third Clast ' ' tingle, £33. £10. iU; retnri, £88, £72. £7». Holiday Ezcunion to Colombo. — £61 ' return. , Available for 88 daya. and interchangeable with ' p. at a as. Co. U. a ANDEBSOH ft CO.. Aeenta. - 8 King- William itreet. , . Telephone 8175 and S«76. '? 173mthfcro ] P. & (O. HOTAL HAIL STEAMERS. To LONDON tia COLOMBO, EGYPT, MARSEILLES, and PLYMOUTH. Alternate Cilli tt ADEN. POST SUDAN, ? ? ? ; and GIBRALTAR. ! Hut and Second Saloon Pmengen. ^ Steamer*. Tons. Commander 5 p.m. COMOEDf 15,132 J. M. Borland Jan. 3 ?...

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SUSPENDED. MR. L.M.SHEPHERD. HIGH FEDERAL OFFICIAL MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

SUSPENDED. MR. LM. SHEPHERD. MELBOURNE, Monday. A sensation was caused in- Fede ral political and departmental circles te-cay wTien It became knnwn fhat Mr. M. L. Shepherd. . secretary* and ' permanent head of the Defence Department, had been suspended from duty by order of. the Minister for De fence, Sir Willlim Glasgow. The. suspension dated from Saturday, when Mr. Shepherd was served with an official order from the Ministerand a no tification from the Public Service Board that it had been informed of Sir William Glasgow's action. Pending a determina tion 61 'the allegations which led to Mr. Shepherd's suspension, the Assistant-Sec retary of .the, Department (Mr. II.. -31. Maguire) has taken charge. Allegation of Tenderer. Until this morning, although Sir Wil ham Glasgow's action dated from Sat urday, few people in the department were aware that any 'such step had been taken. Questioned on the subject to-day, Mr. Shepherd declined to gne detailed infor mation, although he expresse...

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