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HERBERT BOOTH'S WARNING "HOUSE NOT FOUNDED ON FACT" LONDON. January 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929
HERBERT BOOTH'S 'HOUSE UOT FOUNDED ONFACT' LONDON, January 6. In view of the sitting of the High Council of the Salvation Army, which will be begun at Sunbury on Tuesday, it is recalled that Commissioner Herbert Booth: one ot We most brilliant sons of the first general, foresaw the present situation in 1902, when, on May, 20. he wrote a letter to his father from Adelaide, asking 'after Bram well, whom,' he added, 'the coun cils have not yet exercised their powers; but some day these will be asserted. . It will probably be a day of stress and storm then; and my prediction will be remem bered. The house will fall because it is not founded on 'a fact, but on a contra diction.' The Sunday Express narrates the inci dent, which was known to few people.. .General Bramwell Booth was in a state of great exultation as he drove off with! his wife after the installation y ceremony. '
WORKLESS MAN WINS BIG PRIZE Will Share £1.500 [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929
WORKLESS MAN WINS BIG PRIZE WiQ Share £1.500 Luck is usually elusive, but there aTe times when there is a turning in the lane of fortune. This is the experience of a ™«'ifent nf Roodwood Park. who. with some friends, heard some good news on Saturday afternoon. ... ' ? ' A little while ago a small syndicate decided to have a flutter in an interstate consultation, and the members had the good fortune to draw Deferential in the January Handicap at Warwick. Farm on Saturday. Deferential ran a good race, and ended second, thus enriching the syndicate to the extent of £1,500. It was a welcome change of luck for one of the participants, as he had been unable to secure employment for almost two years, but. the worries of not having a job will be eased for a while at least.
THE LAST OF WRITER-PLAYERS. Board Takes Drastic Step. MELBOURNE. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929
THE LAST OF WRITER PLAYERS. Board Takes Drastic Step. ' MKrnOTIRNE . 'flnniiav:' The Australian Board of Control for nternational cricket to-day issued the fol owing: resolution, which it had pasted:— Viewing /with grave disapprobation nany articles relating to international iricket -which have appeared in the press mder the' names of leading players, the Joard of Control desires to intimate that t will exercise its powers under clause U -f the constitution, and decline to approve my players who write such articles in fu ure being selected to represent Australia n matches in Australia, or abroad. ? The players affected so far by this dc ision are Hendry, Kellway, Ponsford, and .Voodfnll. ? ' No objection is made to players writiuc in pennant cricket. '' , ;
WHAT THE GLENELG LINE COSTS Economies Effected Last Year [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929
WHAT THE GLENELG LINE COSTS Economies Effected Last ' Year The. Premier (Hon. R. L. Butler) refer ring on Saturday to a statement which had appeared in- the press with regard to what Mr. John Tumi's tcrmoH 'th« «n. necessary expenditure in operating the Glenelg railway lines,' said that the Railways Commissioner had -supplied the following figures:— - For the year ended June 30, 1926. and for an indefinite period prior .thereto, the working expenses on the Glenelg- lines averaged £5,000 to £5,700 a month. The expenditure on the lines from July, 1928, to November, 1928, averaged £1,700 a month, evidence in itself that economics had been effected. The Commissioner added that they had made every possible reduction, and still were able to maintain the service which, in their judgment was absolutely necessary so long as the railways continued operating the Glenelg . lines. It should not be overlooked that there were stations on thoselines serving 'peopje who had no other means of transpo...
AUSTRALIA'S GREAT CLIP. Million Bales Now Offering. MELBOURNE. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929
AUSTRALIA'S GREAT CLIP. Million Bales Now Offering. TMPT.P/YTTDYri.'' o ? j ' The National Council of Woolselling Brokers of Australia announces that, after exhaustive . enquiries, the estimated quan tities of wool available for offering, in tho i-arious States throughout Australia from January 1 to June 30, 19B9, areas fol low:— ? ? ? .-?. i. Approximate number of bales:— New South Wales, 588,970; Queensland, 234,028; Victoria, 315,768; South AustraUa, 102,526; Western Australia, 79,200; Tasmania, 38^62; total, 1,360,454.
HANAU SCANDAL French Politicians Implicated PARIS. January 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929
HANAU SCANDAL . . ,??'? ? ? . -? .-0 ': i ?*??? .' ' . .' 1 French Politicians Implicated PATHS. .T.innnrv B. The eighteenth arrest in connection with the Gazette du France affair is that of Charles Beatrand, fornjerly a member of the Chamber ol Deputies . He is accused of complicity in Madame Hanau's alleged share-pushing operations. As a result, of allegations that Madame Hanau kept a notebook, in which was a list of influential men, .including Sena tors, Deputies, and two former Premiers of France, to whom she had advanced money, virtually as bribes in return for the moral support in her enterprises; the -ex- amining Magistrate questioned her. He received evasive answers. Finally Madame Hanau refused to answer a direct ques tion as to whether she kept tiny account of sums paid out si bribes. The Public Prosecutor has intervened, and insists on the alleged notebook being found.
PAPAL AUTHORITY Ending Feud With Italy ROME. January 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929
PAPAL AUTHORITY Ending Fend With Italy I UnAfE .Tnmiarv S. In spite oi a succession of rumonrs and denials, some people interpret the Papal officials' tributes to the late Marquis Domenico Barone as an indication that the age-long quarrel between the Vatican end the Italian Government is either ending or has. been ended. ? Marquis Barone, who died last week, participated in delicate negotiations on behalf of the Italian Government, and h'u death is be'.ieyed to have been accelerated by anxiety and overstrain. At the Vatican it is admitted that Mar quis Barone's diplomatic qualities and mastery of jurisprudence were instru mental in reaching a stage of agreement sought vainly in previous negotiations. The communication also alludes to the solution 'virtually reached,' thanks to the efforts of Marquis Barone and - the Vatican representatives, Signor Franeescu Pacelli, the ConBistorial Attorney. A full description of the Test Cricket, with comments, is on pages 6 and 11.
MAN FOUND WITH BROKEN LEG Knocked Down by Motor Car [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929
MAN FOUND WITH BROKEN LEG Knocked Down by Motor Car. Mr.; Horace Alfred Martlew (a«;ed 34), barman, of 4 College street, Kent Town, was found in North terrace, Kent Town, on Saturday evening with his right leg Dro&cu, aoa lucerauonii on toe iacc. it is believed tht he was knocked dowA by a motor car} which. failed to stop. P.Cs. A. J. Rose and C. R. Hull, of St.. Peters, -were proceeding along -North terrace; .Kent Town, at about 6.30 o'clock when they noticed a man lying on the ride of the road.' He was in a dazed con dition, and both bones of the right leg below the knee were broken, and he had facial abrasions. He was conveyed to the Adelaide Hospital in a. car, ?riveri by Mr. W. Gray, 'of Maylarids. At. Martlew told the constables that he was knocked down by a motor car, which failed to stop after the- accident. The St. Peters police would be glad to hear from any one who witnessed -the accident.'
300 BOTTLES OF BEER Record Police Haul in Country [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929
300 BOTTLES OF BEER Record Police Haul in ''- Country In a raid on a house on Sunday after noon, the police seized a record quantity of liquor, comprising more than 300 bottles of beer, and two kess of wine. - , The house, which is occupied by an Italian, lies in a secluded gully in the outskirts of .Uraidla; and the occupants were surprised at the sudden appearance of the party of police comprising P.C.C. 3 Hanrahan, Turnbull, and Budgen, and M.C. -Mclnnes, of Summertown. ? The names of several men were taken, and a subsequent search of the house 'is said to have revealed the large quantity of liquor which was taken charge of by the officers'. The amount,, alleged to have been dis covered constitutes a record haul. It is understood that prosecutions will follow shortly. '.. ' . ??-:'??' -
MISSION GIRL WHO WOULD BE HAPPY TO MARRY A BLACK MR. HEINRICH DISAPPROVES OF WOMEN AMONG NATIVES ALICE SPRINGS, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929
MISSION GIRL WHO WOULD BE HAPPY TO MARRY A BLACK MR.. HEI.NRICH DISAPPROVES QF. WOMEN -'?''*;?;. AMONG NATIVES '\ ?''? ' ALICE SPRINGS, Saturday. In his evidence to the Tederal .Board, which is enquiring into the lulling of blacks iri Central Australia, Mr. H. A. Heinrich, acting superintendent of the Hermannaburg Mission Station, said yesterday that Miss Annie Lock, a missionarv at Teatree Well, had told him she would be quite happy to , .. marry a black. ?Mr. Heinrich said he disapproved of women missionaries workiiig among the blacks. ? , ' - : ? : ? - He instanced the cases of Miss hock and Miss Daisy Bates, of Ooldea. , Miss Lock worked among the Myalls, and the spectacle of a white woman moving about among nude blacks lowered her in their eyes to their own standards. % Mits Lock is one of the missionaries who made charges against the whites of ill-treatment of the blacks, and interference with gins. She and the Rev. McGregor are hurrying south now, to give the board evidence n...
NORTH AUSTRALIA PROBLEMS Conference with the Men Who Know CANBERRA, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929
NORTH AUSTRALIA PROBLEMS Conference with the Men Who Know .CANBERRA, Sunday. The Minister .for Home Affairs (Mr. Abbott) has arranged a conference,, to be held at Canberra on January 30, with representatives of the Northern Territory .Pastoral .Lessees' Association, with' the idea of exchanging views and formulating a scheme for the development of the ter ritory of North and Central Australia. ? This . association -represents practically every pastoral interest in these areas, and information will be received direct from men who know all the potentialities and difficulties of- settlement. ? ? It has also been, arranged for the mem bers of the North Australian Commission to be present at the conference, to give their views on the issues raised. Mr. Abbott said. to-day he was confident that frank discussion of the whole position would lead to many helpful suggestions for the promotion, of development and settlement. The problems were no doubt difficult, but were, not insoluble and, in...
INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929
INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. Amusements ....... ........ 2 Auctions:.. .. .. .. ..' .. .... 10 Board and Lodging .. ....... .. '16 Businesses and Partnerships .. .. 16 'Carriers ............ .. .; .. 16 Education ? 1 ?? 16 Funeral Notices ? 2 Government Advertisements :.-.. 10 Holiday Resorts, Hotels, &c. .. ..16 Legal Notices ? 16 Lost and Found ? ' .. .. 16 Medical'.. .. - ? 16 Miscellaneous .... ...... .. .: IB Money ? 16 Motors and Cycles ? 16 Offices, Warehouses, and Shops to Let ? 16 Patents and Trade Maika ? 10 Professional Engagements ? 16 Properties for Sale .. .. .... ..'..' 16. Properties Wanted :. .... .... 16 Public Notices .. .. .. .... .'. 2 Shipping .. ''... .. .... .. .'..'? . 1 Situations Wanted ..-.. ..? .. 16 Tenders ? 16 To Let ..'..' ..' ? '.'. ..' .. 16 Wanted to Buy .'i .. .; .. .... 16 Wanted to Sell ? 16
AIR RACE TO PERTH Six Days Duration PERTH. Sunday [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929
AIR RACE TO PERTH Six Days Duration ? .PFPTTT finiiriatt ..ueiaiia ot tnc proposed air race from Sydney to Perth, which will be a feature of 'the' Western Australian centenary cele brations, have been tentatively arranged by the centenary committee, and will be submitted to the Defence Department. It is suggested -that the race shall be held aver srx- days/ between September 28 and Dctoberl2, and that the prize money ihould total £2,000. The machines will rtop at Junee, Melbourne, Nhill, Adelaide, Kimba, Ceduna, Cook, Forrest, Rawlinna, Kalgoorlie, and Merredin. The contest will be a handicap,- and open to all machines. A large entry from the other states is expected.'
MOTOR SHIP'S RECORD. Adelaide-Sydney in 2½ Days. SYDNEY. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929
MOTOR SHIPS RECORD. Adelaide-Sydney in 2} Days. SYDNEY. Sundav. ^ passage oi,iwo ana a nait. days irom Adelaide was reported by the new Swedish motor ship, Parrakoola, which reached Sydney this morning.' Although handi capped to some extent by being in ballast, the Parrakoola averaged 16.33 knots for the 1,084' miles between the two capitals. The performance ii said to be a record for a non-stop run, as the fastest vessels that come into Australian waters have to call at Melbourne. The Parrakoola has been fixed fora wool berth for the next Brisbane and. Sydney wool sales, and is to leave Sydney; for Dun kirk, direct, about January 22. v An ef fort is to be made to steam s- to 'Dunkirk in under 22 days'.
CHILD UNDER EIGHT YEARS OLD FINED FOR SHOOTING PLUMPTON HARE Unsportsmanlike Action. Bench Tells Him [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929
CHILD, UNDER EIGHT YEARS OLD FINED FOR SHOOTING PLIMPTON HARE ^ Unsportsmanlike Action. Bench TeUs Him ?At the'; Kadina Magistrates' Court on Sw^r»''Me^/-W'';'t';Tinneif1!a^-lrl. Skinner on the Bench, a boy,' under eight years, -was charged, on - the- information )f- Sgt. J. G. Jamea, with having 'been ound on the Kadina and Wallaroo ncecourse plumpton without 'lawful acme on December , 14. Sgt. . James said the' lad had, at 7 a.m. on the date in jueition, shot a hare, and taken it away. The hare . wag the property of the SVegtero _ District Coursing , Club, which bad lost quite a number through shoot ing.' A.fine^bf ;*1 iwitii.-^l. cpste; -^fii inflicted^in 'defcult, % f orSlgSt in Magitf Reformatory...- On a second charge, ol beinft in -: possession' of an .unregistered firearm/ the lad was .fined a rimilat amount. A third charge,' of having dis charged' a rifle without a licence, was withdrawn by the police. , - ' . ? , The Bench strongly commented on the 'pot-hunting and unsport...
QUORN IN THE HEAT Driest Season for 48 Years OUGRN. January 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929
QUORN^^^^ - ? ? ? ' ?*?'????.*? j Driest Season for 48 Years ; -/? QUOBN. January 4. The hottest day' of the season was ex perienced here yesterday, the 'thermometer registering 110 in the shade. During the niaht some relief came bv way of a tern porary cool change, but it soon disap; peared this morning, and warm to hot con ditions again prevail. Fortunately, bow ever, dust storms- have not been so pre valent of late: ' The year 1928 will long be remembered as the record for dryness for 48 years, only 6.07' inches of . rain- having' been recorded. Consequently the country is in. a very Lad state, .and it is truly wonderful bow .the settlers stick to their holdings. Bain is also badly needed . for water supplies.. - Many, people are now without rainwater and the only source 'of town supplies is from the bore, which, though holding put well, is quite inadequate for all require ments. ? Gardens are a thing of the. past, and the railway authorities are once- again feel-ng the ' pinch ?...
POWER OF COUNCIL. LONDON. January 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929
POWER OF COUNCIL. LONDON. Januarv 6. A.mgn.oacial of the Salvation Army, in explaining the procedure of the H«h Council, says that, the council, as' such, may be summoned only if the Opm.™ reaigns or cues witnout having nominated a successor.- - The* council at present has been summoned by requisition.- - ? ? ? The deed constituting the council, issued in 1904, provides that if there Is. a tiiree fourths majority any appointment may be reviewed. If a General cannot be ob tained the council is automatically dis solved forthwith. If the requisite majority is secured the council proccads to elect a successor to the previous General immediately, and when that is done the council is automatically dissolved. The council is not empowered legally to deal with any constitutional question; but it may agree to. make certain recommenda tions to the General. ' ? . - . ? A further deed like* that of 1904, might Enable changes sought to be given effect to; but -strong legal opinion exists teat any...