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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

DEAD THE SPOKT1XO NOTES- DJ EVEBT L* FRIDArS ISSUE OF THE.BEGJSTEE. - NOW ON SALE. The 16th Edition of fbc TOURISTS' ROAD GUIDE FOR SOUTH AUSTRALIA. j) Entirely New and ' Distinctive Gnide. The new publication contain* 38 up-to ate maps, dearly drawn to scale and -prodnced in such a- way that the touriat in find his .whereabouts Ct, any part ot -A. or to Darwin, in the Northern Terri rry. 'A complete index to all towna i- provided, with mileages from Adelaide: 3 routes ire written up in detail, mclud is Adelaide to Melbourne, with inte- lediate mileage* and directions, the law i eaob State relating to visiting: motorists. veraiB ipeed cer hour, traffic liznala. uestions to be answered by motet riven, ratet for can. bicycles, and arceli on railways., abstract, of Motor ehides Act and amendmenta. taxes orj ;ptor», touetber with a list of petrol and il depots in country towns and much thcr information valuable to the tourist. Obtainable at The Register Office, the lUtomobile Associatio...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TOTALIZATOR PRICES MorphettVille Quotations [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

TOTALIZATOR PRICES Morphettville Quotations . Only two o£ tne six lavourices a',J'«»T phettville on Saturday were successful, anJ the best fancied horses in -the principal, events, the New Year's Gift and the Ma- 1 rinq Handicap, were -among the; four f av; ourites'to fail. . ? . The totalizator quotations in those races were i— ' New Tear1* Gift. - 1st. Div.'2nd Div. £ s. d. £ s:d. Kidaides (3) ?' .. .. .. 2 11 0 0 17 0 Glucose (2).. ? 4 18 0 1 13 0 Dartmoor ..- ? 3 0 0 10 0 Kentle (1) ? 8 17 0 2 5 0, Princeacre ....:. .. 8 14 0 218 0 j 8anta.Thebea ..... ..-7U.0 2 10 0 \ Drimdena ..?;... .. 8 5 0 . 2 15' 0 ? Marco Polo .... -.11 0.0 3 13 0 J Marino Handicap.- ' ? '' --??? 1st Diy. 2nd Div. t £ s.d. £b.A. ) Fruition .. .. ...... 6,3 0' 2 10 Rou Miki (3) ., .... 219-0 019 0 ; Adoradale (1) .... ..-3 3 0 1 1 0 i The Kirk .. .. .. ... 4 1 0 17 0 i Lucky Day (2) ..-.. .. & 14 0 3 0 0 ? Annihilate .. .. ..... 8 9 0 2 16 0 I Turmoil .. .. .;..'.. 9 10 3 0 0 i Sybil .. .. .... .. ...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

??' f Such a big surprise PEGGY: 'I met a friend I hadn't seen for lonths. She looked quite ten years younger. ler skin was so amaiingly. improved.' CLAIRE: 'Beauty specialist, I snppose. - PEGGY: 'So. She lives far in the countrv Chat she -did -was this. Her skin used to be s Brown as a gipsy's with the sun— face, neck houldera, arms, lunds — oh so brown and reckled. Well,, she cleared all this away with Ireme Chsnnosan. To-day she looks a different roman. Her skin looks so clear; so fresh; so outhful; such a clear, fine, pretty colour.' CLAIRE: 'il'm told Crerae Charmosan does rOS'DERS for the skin.' Oh it is a wonderful, wonderful skin cream, mmense sale. As white as a seagulls wings. !o crude colouring matter Just pure white o beautiful. Quite greaseless. What a blessing. Cannot tow hair. Beware of oily, greasy crams that row hair. Unforgettably lovely under poitfer ydney love* it; Melbourne ADORES It PHc« :/0 per ? large DOUBLE SIZE jar. ; Sold verywhere. '.' S.B.— Is YOUR skin...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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ANOTHER WINDJAMMER RACE HERZOGIN CECILIE AND BEATRICE OFF AGAIN [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

ANOIHER WIND JAMMER RACE HERZOGIN CECILIE AND ^BEATRICE OFF AGAIN . The four-masted' . barques,'.. Beatrice;-;anrJ H«ctogln Cecllle, wtiteri v.cohtrlbirtwl a faseJnitlng chapter- to^ rnarfne history some 12 months ago, by an epfe. rtc« half way around the globe, are about to embark upon another similar', adventure. ' ' ' . . 'The sea of the past was an incompar able, beautiful mistress; -with inscrutable face, with 'cruel 'and promiiiiigi eyes. The sea of to-day 18 a used-up drudge, wrinkled and defaced- 'by the churned'-up' Vrakes oi brutal propellers,. robbed of the enslavinj charm1 of its' 'yastness, stripped of iti beauty, *oi ,it«:'mystery and of its promise.' -.Iti, these lovely words, that master of sea narrative,] 'Joseph Conrad, expresses what every 'true son of the sea feels when he -looks- upon an old square-rigger, and if reminded of the glory that has almost passed.- These; two~ remnants of a dying race, are of that glory 'that throbs and lingers on,too';sweet tp.die.' ...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MAKING CANBERRA HAPPIER Consultative Committee's Special Job CANBERRA. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

MAKING CANBERRA HAPPIER Consultative Committee's Special Job 1 HAWK-ERRA. Sundav. The Minister for Home Affairs (Mi. Abbott) stated to-day that he was pleased to notice the interest ' taken In hia pro Tinanl fnr liifi formation of a. consultative committee in connection wiui wor& ai-uie capital. It appeared' to have given general satisfaction. He wan ted,, however, to com bat the view that its creation was in any way a, reflection on the Federal Capital Commission. As Minister in charge' of Federal' Capital territory, he was always approachoable for the discussion of real and important grievances. In the ordinary course this procedure would lead to further consulta tion with the commission and consequent delay. ? ???*?.' tinder the new proposal the Chief Com missioner would pe_ working in :codpera tion with the Minister, and considerable time would be saved and misunderstand ings avoided.. Already one important association, which had requested that the Minister should receiv...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TIMBERWORKERS' DISPUTE Three Principal Issues Conference of Unions [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

T1MBERW0RKERS' DISPUTE Three Principal Issues Conference of Unions -There has been no development in.tht timber workers' dispute during; the past k few days. - The. men are working during ' the hours prescribed bv the emDloven. and thus are obeying the award of the Com monwealth Arbitration Court. . A circular letter received from, the Court forbida union officials to discuss- the award pub licly until after the minutes are spoken to on January 23; and there is a slight hope that on that occasion the 'union may be able to convince, the Court that thei increase of hours should be revoked. A conference of all unions' likely to b»' - involved in the dispute has been convened '?'? Jiy the A.C.T.U., and will .assemble in Melbourne on January 9. ? It will have th» whole award placed before it for considera tion, and its deliberations are' likely to be prolonged. The Timber Workers' Feie ration objects to many clauses of The award,-' more particularly those which will permit the extension ...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BIG DEAL IN ADELAIDE PICTURE THEATRES York, and Wondergraph Sold For £188,000 [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

BIG DEAL IN ADELAIDE r, PICTURE THEATRES^ ? York ; .and . Wondergraph Sold For £188,000 About two weeks or so ago, it!waa an nounced that ' the-' city .assets' of the Greater .W.ondergraph Company,. of. Ade laide had' been sold to Union Theatres, Limited,! but no price' was.' disclosed. '. -: The announcement has now been made Jjjr Mr. Bfuart ; F; Doyle.pn; behalf. o£ the directorate of Union Theatres, Limited, of the purchase of , the assets, including the .city freeholds, of the Greater Won dergraph ' Company , of . Adelaide, for £188,000. .' ' ' V.''7 -: ; ;:~ It is intended to form a new' company, to be known as Union Theatres (South Australia), Limited, with a capital of half a million pounds. ? . .' West's .Olymiiia, -the; TorkrTheatrei the Wphdergraph; the New.Tavilioh; and the Gra,nd arev now controlled rby'-TJnion Theatres; iimjted,, who, propose' lit em bafk: upon' ? a' large- development 'scheme in Adelaide.'- ' . ? ' ? '? : '^T AUKIrJG Plbf J^RES' SOON ; .The Wondergraph...

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THIS WEEK'S CONFERENCE Many Interests Represented CANBERRA, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

THIS WEEK'S CONFERENCE Many Interests Represented CANBERRA, Saturday. Considerable interest is taken in the Wine Conference, convened by the Minis ter for Markets and Transport (Mr. PatersonV to meet in Melbourne on Thurs day. It is understood that invitations have been extended to 50 delegates, repre sentatives ' of the Federal Viticultural Council, growers' associations, co-operative distilleries, and winemakers. Wine experts of the State agricultural depots in terested have also been invited, together with representatives of the Irrigation Commissions of South Australia and New South' Wales. The conference will be held in private, and a frank and full discussion is ex pected. Attention will be given to events leading up to the present position of the industry, as a result of which large stocks of wine have accumulated in London. Proposals for immediate action, and for the future, will be thoroughly traversed, witn & view to placing tne industry (par ticularly in regard to...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A REMAND [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

A REMAND Ernest William ilpldel of Norwood,, who was; arrejted-'onj^.rHday^by Detectives Evans and Herman, was charged before Mr. H. M. Muirhead, B3i., in the Ade laide Police Court, with having on Janu ary 3, stolen a* cheque for £12 2/6, the property of E. 8. Caldicott & Co.. Limited. At the instance of the Police Prorecutor (Mr. R. A. Lenthall) a remand was granted till Wednesday. Mr. L. T. Gun appeared for the accused, who was allowed bail on his owh bond of £50, and one surety of £50. : A QUESTION OF BAIL. ? In the Adelaide Police Ciurt, before Mr. 3. M. Muirhead, S.M., on Saturday, John Doran, an elderly man, was charged with having been without sufficient lawful means of support at Adelaide on January 4. The defendant, who pleaded not guilty, was represented by Mr. B. J. Kearney. Mr. R. A. Lenthall appeared for the prose cution. Mr. Kearney asked for a remand till Tuesday next. He also applied for bail for his client. The Police Prisecutor said he must oppose bail, or...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

GAWLER J.C. NOMINATIONS CLOSE TO-DAY (MONDAY) Cordon's Agency, Adelaide, or Secretary at '? ? Cawler at 4 p.m. ? Ni ^SALISBURY CATHOLIC PICNIC, 11 -j Saturday, January 26. 6' Hone Event*, Athletic Events. Nominations dose for Horse Evesti on, Wed- readay, January 16, Gordon's Agency, or Secre tary at Salisbury. Jix ; : L. WUlTt'ORD, Hon. Secretary.

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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WOMEN IN HOSPITALS Continuation as Students Recommended by Committee. LONDON, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

WOMEN IN HOfflTALS v Contmoation as Students Recommneded by Committee LONDON. Jahoary 5. -The limitations placed upon the medb cal -edumtion of women in London hospi tals ale the subject of a report, which had Ifwrn flrfliirn i,tk lit* *i -«nftimiftAa nnnmnt^fl »y-the senate of -London'; University « rear' ago. The question^. was raised at that time by the exclusion of women from ' the medical schools of London hospitals, ' Sir' James .Purvis Stewart, senior physif can to .'Westminster Hospital, then exr pressed an opinion tliat usually the most able women forsook the profession shortly after graduating, in order- to marry; that -A some men : students were * disinclined to ^M work . alongside women in medical elassr ^H rooms; and that the oportunities for ^H athletics must also be less attractive in ^H 3. mixed school, while distractions could |^| riot buf arise from the continuous associa. ^H tion of attractive, young men' in the class. V room laboratories and wards; ? .. ' It is u...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FOMENTERS OF STRIKE "Unfit to Black Miners' Boots" LONDON, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

FOMENTERSOE STRIKE ^XJnfit^tb;.Black;Miners' v;..v- Boots? .;',,;:::.: ?' ? '' * LONDOU.- January 6. Lady; Houston, who has taken a leading; part in .the ' women's political movement, ind has been working for peace in the min ing' industry, ;in. a: New Year's message to miners, .says:— -it seems clear: xnar yorn; -present pligJrt - is ? due1, to those ? mis chievous. 'men- who 'pretended to be your lenders; but who. really were not fit to black, your'' 'boots.-'' I; ?mean -ihose- who urged .vou'to';b'eginV,the.' great, strike of 1928. You tiiHlay are, suffering ' ftom the effects of what- happened -then; therefore my advice . to all'.of i y«u .is1 to think 'for yonrsclves. ? ? * ' ? '-.':, 'Let your .new .jrear resbititlon be to send all trade unions to the place all bad people, go to.' ??:?'??:.?.'.' ??';:. . Lady Houston also urges the miners to vote for tariff reform as the only remedy for unemployment, -.v:-. - '?„-?'?'.' '?

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ROWING ON THE TORRENS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

ROWING ON THE TORRENS. The finish of the final of the fixed seat fours at tha Adelaide Rowing Club's retatta on the Torrens Lake on Saturday. The winning crew comprises Brooke (bow), Meniel (2), Vardan (3), and Stephenson (stroke). The finish of the final of the fixed seat fours at tha Adelaide Rowing Club's retatta on the Torrens Lake on Saturday. The winning crew comprises Brooke (bow), Meniel (2), Vardan (3), and Stephenson (stroke). FORRESTER FOURS. Winners of the Forrester Fours at the Adelaide Bowing Club's regatta on Saturday. Left to Right— Wilson (eox), Hopkins (stroke), Lane (3), Sheppard (2), Matthews (bow). FORRESTER FOURS. Winners of the Forrester Fours at the Adelaide Bowing Club's regatta on Saturday. Left to Right— Wilson (eox), Hopkins (stroke), Lane (3), Sheppard (2), Matthews (bow).

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
OBITUARY [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

OBITUARY The death of Lady Sheffield, a daughtct )f Bir Thomas Bell, of Washington Hall, Durham, has been reported by our Lou. Ion correspondent. Her eldest aon if Lord Stanley, of Alderley; ?? '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

COMMERCIAL ^^ PRINTING XEATLT EXECUTED AT THE REGISTER.

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THE WEATHER [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

THE WEATHER la (be (Mfw map the isoUn or lines of equaf BnVRcTrie ptu- . ?are in ibown, the values being indkated by tht figures given at tht ' end of eaerj line. Direction of tht wind k thowa by arrows nyiraj . ' . with the wtodt- ': . ; . ligit breese ? ?? ? - ; Moderate breeie- s ? - . - ' ?Btrong br««- - - » CalC-» - O.repit«enU calm. The itale of the sea it shown by tbe fcttert . p. (sntooti), M. (modenULJ^ tougji), V. B- (vsry tot«h). Sbtdinf ^fcdjfiifliniBbjiitilkiu

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SHIPPING FREIGHTSS LONDON, January 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

SHIPPING FREIGHTSS LONDON.. Janwrv. 4. .& numoer oi. Australian merchants had i meeting here to-day to consider the' in creased shipping freights.- They resolved to seek a conference with the shipping companies on Monday.

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ROWING. ADELAIDE CLUB REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

EOWING. ADELAIDE CLUB REGATTA. The Adelaide Rowing Clul- regatta on the Torrens Lake on Saturday provided some thrilling finishes, and the rowing zenerally was of .-excellent standard, wcauier - cuuuiuuiib nctt? iioicv^ mu« (reeds in the- lake -gave a great deal of trouble. . . ; ? .- . the Forrester Fours, named after, tue! late' William Forrester, for many years i stanch worker for the club, was won by i ' crew comprising Matthews (bow). Lane (2), Sheppard (3), and Hopkins (stroke), after a series of stirring heats, rhe fact that the second heat and the first ?end-final were won by only i ft., and that the second semi-final was a dead neat, and when rowed again was. won by half a length, (rives an indication of the close ness of the racing. Hopkins's crew put up some excellent performances. ? Alter rowing twice straight off in the second semi-final, they weut right on with the Snal— and won. . Their opponents in tha final, another fine, though somewhat Junior combination, comprise...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

WORRIES UF HUUSbKbtriUb. TRIALS OF WlvIs~AND MOTHERS. ? vThe' monotonous, never-ceasing daily round Tof: household duties, together with with the worries arising- from the care of. children and housekeeping, fray the nerves and have depressing effects on the'patience .and health of .many wives an dp mothers. ? The woman who' is able to do these tasks lightly is the one who keeps her blood rich and plentiful. ' She does not suffer from wretched headaches, back aches, and depression. Such a woman has .no .' time for worries and- agonizing pains^-fier nerves are too well nourished for that; for. she has found that by .keep ing her1 blood rich and -red -with the aid of Dr. 'Williams'* Pink' Pills is. the way to retain robust health. ? — There- are mary tired, care-worn women with achng backs who will find the health help of Dr. Williams's Pink Pills is just the aid they xeed; The at^engthen inir action of these pills.pn.'the blood not only, helps to enrich the blood already there, but a...

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BOXING STREAKY BAY CONTEST [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

boxing: .STREAKY BAY CONTEST On Xcw Teir's Zve ». boxinsr' nufch W5» fiUged it Streaky Bay. Institute. Disappointment naa keen when It was announced that neither Chock Dcrrill nor Sramin Polti-rum AHM.il. 1» Dffiters, had arrived. Uliwernre most of the pro gramme ' consisted of exhibition' bodnj. Pat 0'Vtt v. Hed Mitchell was a very good fight until the latter unintentionally hit -his opponent In the uroln and O'Dea had to leave the ring. Paddy Francis v. Merv. Blley waj a very fair preliminary, but niloy'a weight told ajainut Fni'ntif.— -There1 wci «ereral- other 'nhihllloo' Sshty, inolndinj Hed'JIltchell and Jils.foaT-yeXK bid ion; who 'a quite a cnitnpion with hit flkti.

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