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

RAILWAY EARNINGS Approximate railway earnings, for . the 10 days ended December .31. amounted to' £77,149, compared with £115,413 for the last week of last' year.' WATER RETICULATION RECORD The Commissioner ' of Public Works (Hon. M. Mclntosh) .? stated on Saturday that during the last six montbB 236 miles if new water mains were laid: This con stituted a record for the State. The Government was pursuing a vigorous pilicy Df . water reticulation. A HOME RANSACKED Gaining ingress by a door that had been [eft unlocked, thieves visited the residence of Mr. P. V. Byrnes, of Koolaman street, Joslin, between 3 and 5 p.m. on Friday. They stole clothing and jewellery valued at £7. . ' ' LOAN COUNCIL MEETING The Premier (Hon. R. L. Butler) and the Under Treasurer (Mr. R. R. Stuckey) left for Canberra by the Melbourne ex press' yesterday afternoon. The object of their, visit is to attend a meeting of the Loan Council, and a conference at which the Prime Minister (Mr. Bruce), and the Premiers ...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LONG-DISTANCE TELEPHONY. Amsterdam, to Batavia AMSTERDAM, January 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

XON^PISMlifCE? £ ;;g^EPHONY. ?-?- Amsterdam, to Batavia AMSTERDAM. Januarv' 4. ' .&. wireless* telephone v.sernce oetween. Amsterdam and Batavia1, will be opened on January 7, when the Queen Mother of Holland will talk with Vrouw de Graff, vife of the Governor-General of the Dutch East- Indies. Vrouw de Graff will con gratulate her Majesty, on behalf of the women' of the East Indies, on the fiftieth ' anniversary pf her arrival in Holland.

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FARM RELIEF. What the Government is Doing. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

FARM RELIEF. What the Government ? is Doing. The Government is doing everything in its power to 'help distressed -agriculturists, according to the Premier, who replied on Saturday ,to a letter by Mr. W. J. Glee son, ot iJalaklava, m The.. Register. *. - ' 'Mr. Butler reWrked that' although the harvest returns would not be as good as had been expected two months ago, he ex pected that the total crop would be about 2,000,000 bushels in excess of the figure quoted by Mr. Gleeson. He deeply sym pathized with the men on the land, many of whom after two years of arduous toil bad received little financial compensation. ,The Government, the Premier continued, greatly appreciated the efforts made by the primary producers in response to the request to increase, the area under crop. The one regret wag that their efforts had not been' more fully rewarded; but under tne Drought Relief Act and through the State Bank the Government was ' doing everything in its power to alleviate the position, and...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GERMAN GOLD RESERVE Amazing Recovery Announced BERLIN: January 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

GERMAN GOLD^ -RESERVE ;-:'v; Amazing Recovery. Announced ? SERLIN: Januarv 5. Among the indications of Germany s amazing, recovery from the war, ? not the least is. her. ? gold reserve, which is - re vealed in a Reichsbank return to total £136,750,000. That is more than double the amount stated in 1914. The. reserve, which in October of 1923 sank as low. 'as £22,000,000, now covers the German note issue' to the extent of 55.4 per cent.

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

-YVH^'H \ '?'? ??? ' SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. . . , Y^mAumJQMHONEiM^ *&*$- Electrical Engineers and Merchants '-:MZ for Electrical Supplies, *'- 98*100 Currie street, and No. 9 Rundle street, also Rosina street. Ring the following Departments for Prompt Electrical Service. Domestic Electrical Appliances, Glassware, and Radio Goods .... ,._ ? C; 592 ..Auto Electrical and Battery Service Station, Rosina street . . ,..., , ? C. 3900 Lighting, Power, Telephone Installations, and.- Repairs ? ,. _., C. 3900 Merchandising and Sales Dept. ? ''„ C. 3900 ESTABLISHED 32 7EAES. ' ? THiEPHONES B1VB -LINES. _:'.__^_ ? . ? _^ ? _^_^_L_ ? i_l.^ ? *212nin I rWitdArti* CRICKET ware I I * V/'Vl'LU vl-vIXT Bats by Prosser, Wisden, Quaife, and Bussey I | - Best English Balls, Bowls, best 'Excelite' and | 1 V-« others. Croquet Mallets and Balls. I Cxaines tennis I -^^ lW'UA V/VJ Tennis Rackets, by Slazenger, Prbsser^ Bussey, | - season 1928-9. ,. Ayres, and Jacques. Tennis Balls and Nets. I COLTON...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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TO-DAY'S DIARY [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

TO-DAY'S DIARY Tides.— Times 'of high-- ana low water, 'doubtful. . ,-'.'... '?'.'.? . ':? ;^-j 'iJiAMUSEMENTS _ ' , ' ' -J. 2.30 and. 8.- Majestic Theatre-Jim' Ger- ald's Company. ? , ... ??' 8.10.— Cfarden Theatrer-Musical Comedy ??'? Company. ? ? .?? ? ? PICTURES All Dny.-Regent— 'The Flag Lieutenant.1' All.' Day.— Wondergraph— 'The Street of .Sin.' : : ' „ All-Day.— Pav,— 'Heart to- Heart.' . ..' All Day.— York— 'The Woman. Disputed.'- 2.30 :and 8.—West'srr'The Barker.' I .. . MISCELLANEOUS ?; iAU' Day.— Zbo_ and Snake Park.

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

WILLS OF THE WEEK *? Tbo following probates and letters of ad ministration (dealing with amounts ol £1,000 ? and' upwards) nave been notified in The Weekly * .Trade- Gaiette ot Uie Mercantile Trade Protection .^Kl'lon^;:: probates. ; /. -?;... ? ArTderson, amrlei, Port Plrie .... .. .«.S85 Brvson, Hobtrt James, Port Pirle . . . . ' 2,150 ' Fnller. Oliver, 'Evandale-;. %... -? ?'?fj'J Jackson, Florence, Kensington :. .. l,*02 ' Keen. Wnliam Frederick, Back Valley, ??- -Victor Harbour,.. .. .... .... 1,086 llorUmtr. Albert Alexander. .Wilhstoa 3,900 relcri, Wilhelm Frledrfch, near Fredlng -6,031 Sebuctz, -Ernest1 Ferdinand, , Flannan's . _' ^Valley ..:.?... V. ..?????? L«' i Slurges, William Ooodmar, Mount UOambier-..' .. .. ........ ..... 5,928 Thomas, Helen Cummiroj, St. Petera ... : . 3j377 , Wood,' .George Arnold, Gordon, New ' ' ?Eouth Wales- .- ....... -......-;? »,800

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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PREFERENCE FOR STATE MATERIALS "Against the Spirit of Federation," says the Victorian Premier MELBOURNE. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

PREFERENCE FOR STATE MATERIALS 'Against the Spirit of Fede- I ration/' says the Victorian I Premier I i MELBOTtRNE. Rnnilar. I Amone the proposals the Premier of Vic toria. {Sir William-- McPherson) 'proposes kff present .to; the premiers' Conference, is rnie -thit the-ppKcy- of the several State Ministries of granting preference: irt pub lic contractsto' material -produced within the- State ehall-beTdiscontinucd. ..... ? Commenting on that matter yesterday. Sir William ? McPherson said that 'fre- quently, when -public, works tenders were invited, a preference of up to 15 per. cent. fo^ material produced in the' State in which the tender .waa being invited, was riven. That policy was directly, opposed . to' the spirit of Federation,- and in his opinion was illegal, as the Federal: Con- stitution laid it down definitely that- trade between the States should- be absolutely free. . ?; ' ;. . . . ',-.'..-

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

|SP#¥DS SUMMER SALE LUNCH CLOTHS REDUCED ? t LUNCH CLOTHS, . -of good quality Damask,. «poke-stltcbed '? hems, floral and fancy weave borders. Slxe SS x 35. -Usually 2/11. . SNEYD'S SALE PRICE, 1 /1 1 ? LUNCH CLOTHS . ' of floe Satin Bamask. spokestJtched .hems, handiopie row. borders and centre . ? designs, *K* , ., -- ' '-' /. ? '? V.SUe- 35- 'x. 85. ' , .'.?'?. Usually '3/lli ' .SNEYD'S 'SALE,. -PEICEi O/1 1 LUNCH CLOTHS. of good quality-. Damask, with Red. '? Heliotrope, or' Lemon tbdrdera. '8iie 35 x^S-in. . ? . ? Usually 2/11. SNEYD'S SALE PRICE, -J l-t -J -LUNCH CLOTHS, .; ? . of heavy, quality. Linen; 'with Dark: Blue .\ ?r:' Sto, ;85; lc .35. , ? '. ?-.; Usually .?illy ?, ' ? ? SSEYD;a.. SALE. PRICE, 1/1 'I ' LUNCH CLOTHS, - of superior quality Coloured Damask, Floral' designs and borders.' Colours Heliotrope, Blue, or Gold. ' Site, 36 x 35. ' Usually 2/11. SNEYD'S SALE PHICE, 'i /I -I ?LUNCH CLOTHS,' : of Blue Linen Damask, wide spoke ', stitched hems, fancy block and flor...

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VALUELESS CHEQUE PASSED Prisoner's Thanks for Sentence [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

VALUELESS CHEQUE PASSED Pritoner's Thanki for Sentence After beingarrested by X.U.s w. Bum erland and W. F. Matthias in the early hours of Saturday morning with two other mon nn rhnnreg of drunkenness, two cheques were louna on xtoy x.rne»i, jiuwj when; he was searched at the station. Ho was later fined 15/ for drunkenness be fore Mr. G. W. 'Halcombe, S.M., in the Port Adelaide Police Court, and later was brought before the Magistrate again and charged with having obtained from Ernest August Nelson and Charles Nelson (trad ing as Nelson & Sons), at Port Adelaide, on- January t, a pair of boots valued at 17/9. and monies to. the amount of £7 12/3 by passing a valueless cheque, drawn on the Port Adelaide branch of the Na tional Bank of Australasia. Defendant ad mitted the offence. ? ? Inspector Noblet said that Hulse only came out of jail last Wednesday. On Friday, he went to Nelson & Son's shop in Commercial road, Port Adelaide, and selected a pair of boots, tendering...

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IN THE COURTS "A MEAN SWINDLE" Charge Against Hawker [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

IN THE COURTS , 'A MEAN^SWINDLE' f Charge Aeainst Hawker 'A'! mean swindle' was the condemna tion ottered by Mr. G. W. Halcombe, S.M., at., the Fort Adelaide Police Court on Saturday,, when referring to the conduct of a jawner who appeared Deiore nun on a charge of larceny as a bailee. Alfred Ken dall,, of Castle street, Parkside, was charged on the information of Inspector J..E. Noble t, that being the bailee of a cheque drawn by S. W. Lukey, on the Bank of Adelaide, Karoonda, for the pay ment of : £2, the property of Elizabeth Lukey, he fraudulently converted it to his own use at Alberton on January 4, and stole the money. . Mre. Elizabeth Lukey, of Angas street, Alberton, -gave evidence that the defend ant* came to. her house about 11 a.m. on Friday, v He was selling brooms, and had four with him. He said he had come a Jong distance, and times were bad. He offered her a broom for 3/6.. She said she had no cash, but her husband would 'be home in a few minutes, and he would go to M...

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

. FOR MAIL NOTICES See'Page 7.' ^303a '?' ' :' ''. : ^.' '.*,*' ' »'''''? ?'.'.?' ??' to thr Oflces of THE TJEQI8TER, THE OBSERVER, juid THE SATURDAY JOUR. NAU-mt'so Fleet street, London, provision haa been mads for.*. leading and' writing room, where, visitors from Australia will find home papers, at their disposal. Coma-. poudenet nay b« directed to Zh« Register . OOce|]tnd fadllOea are also provided for correspondenc* being forwarded on If dut notice of their movements in Great Britain and the Continent U giren by -ftaitotj. Visitors 'may also obUln THE REGISTER, THE. OBSERVER, and THE SATURDAY JOURNAL at The Bookstall; Exhibition Hall, Australia Home, W.Cv ot ,lrom THE REGISTER OFFICE, ~ 8» leet street, London. E.a-; British Aoitraissian Book Dept., Australia House, W.O.; llessrs. liay * Williams, Si ,Bary street, St James, RW. Snbscrlptloni trill also . b* accepted by.-— Mr. T. Algar. 58 -Oracechurcb street, E.a 8; Messrs. WUllarn Dawian & Sons,. Canon Hopse, - Bream's ...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RUSSIA'S PEACE TREATY Polish Press Hostile BERLIN. January 5 [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

RUSSIA'S PEACE treaty: -v Polish . Press Hostile BERT.TW .Tnnll«rtr R The Polish press . denounces- 'the.' Soviet Pa^_prop^?al:o_f^'p^njbto;3tl.]^S- «9 -a bypocritciai^ iiifrigufe,vfner$|y '. intended to support. . tie : Soviet's . . universal disarma nent project launched 'at Geneva. It is relieved that the unanimous hostility of he press will be the deathblow of Lithu ania'* reported acceptance of the treaty. 'Ttie! Polish view is that the Soviet is actuated by fear, of warfare' oh . Russia's western borders. ... ? .

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NOT AN IMPERIALIST Labour Leader's Declaration LONDON. January 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

NOT AN IMPERIALIST Labour, Leader's Declara tion LONDON. Jann.irv 6. I am glad that the British Empire is being broken up and internationalized,' said a former member of the Labour Cabi net (Mr. - Oliver), when addressing a Labour meeting at, Manchester. 'I am not an Imperialist. Several of the domi nions have stated that they will have, no thing to do with- Imperial preference, and are becoming individual States.' We are not concerned with the relations of a Socialist Government to the Empire. The dominions and colonies 'are looking after themselves.'. , ? ,,- ? ' ?

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AUSTRALIAN BROADCASTING Big Increase of licences MELBOURNE. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

AUSTRALIAN BROAD . .: CASTING Big Increase of licences 1 ' 1IELBOHKNE. Snndav. For December, 5,800 new wireless listenr ing licences were issued by -the postal authorities, bringing the total number 'of linnnpps in the Commonwealth in 288.883. The ratio of licences to the population in Australia 'is 4.40 pef ceirtr'. - '?' For the four months, September to De« cember, there was an increase in the num* * ber of licences in several States.'. Tha increase in New South* Wales was the greatest, with '6,513 licences. In /Vic toria and South Australia there were in« creases of 548 and 1,032 respectively. Queensland showed a decrease of 511 li cences ? for that period. For the Com monwealth, there was an increase of 8,200 in'' jthe' four months. BROADCASTING EDUCATIONAL , MATTER ?-? ' The Director of Postal Services {Mr. Brown) indicated on Saturday that the ex tension of broadcasting of educational mat* ter was receiving the attention of the au thorities, and that the Postal Depart ment wo...

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CHARLTON BEATEN AT QUEENSCLIFF SYDNEY. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

CHARLTON BEATEN AT   QUEENSCLIFF   SYDNEY. Sunday. Andrew Charlton, swimming for Manly in the Senior Alarm Reel. Belt Race at the Queenscliff Surf Carnival, on Satur day, was defeated byR. Chequer, of Colla roy, and N. Walpole, of Freshwater. Charlton, who won his heat without diffi culty from C. Douglass, of Bondi, was re garded as a certainty for the event, but be could not do betterthan finish in- third place.              

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

PERSONAL His Excellency the Governor,' who had been for a few days in Melbourne,' where he was a spectator at the test cricket match, returned to the State yesterday hv we express. He disembarked at Aid gate and' drove to the viceregal residence at Marble Hill. - . The Chief Secretary (Hon. H.Tassie) returned to Adelaide on Saturday morning after a private visit to the eastern States. Mr. -W. G. Reay (chief passenger clerk for Australia of the -Aberdeen and Com monwealth Line) will arrive from Sydney by the Hobsong Bay this morning on a visit to this State in the interests of the line. : ; Mr. Harvey J. Cook, a past-president of the South Australian Commercial Travel lers and Warehousemen's Association, who was recently laid aside through illness, has quite recovered, and resumed his duties. ' Mr. R.- MeK.' Gollin (senior inspector of excise and economic adviser to the Com monwealth 'Government on wines and dried fruits) will leave for Melbourne to morrow to -attend the conference o...

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GRAND DUKE NICHOLAS Death while at Nice NICE, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

- NICHOLAS' Death while at Nice ? '- Xil-K. tTnniinrv 6. The death of the Russian Grand Duke Nicholas, -cousin- -of the late Czhr,. has been . announced. . He .commanded-,, the hu8slahvirmies'iu ?1914 'and '1915,- ' ?'':'? ' The late Grand Uuke UicholasilicUolaie vitch was bom at PetVograd itf' Ifovem* ber, 1856.-- 'He received his military educa tion at the Petrograd War Academy. In the Rueso-Turkish. war of . 1877-78 he served with distinction, rcceiyjpg both Russian and Gernutn order?. - His -political career was begun in 1905, ?during .tbc -Rus- sian revolutionary outbroak of that year; He beeime one of the most trusted coun; sellors of the Czar Nicholas, whom he urged to put down the revolution-*by force of arms Trith the utmost severity. - In-'IWW -Duke-Nicholas- became comman der of .the Guards, and .of. the Petrograd military district,, being pro moted general of cavalry. ? During the Balkan crisis of 1912-13 he is Raid to have strongly advocated war with Austriar lungary. ?...

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THE YORK Norma Talmadge in "The Woman Disputed." [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

THE YORK Norma Talmadge in 'The Woman Disputed.' Norma Talmadge has an unusual role in 'The Woman Disputed,' shown at the York Picture Theatre this week. A war film, set in a small Austrian town' the ilory begins dramatically with the rescue irom* the Lemberg slums of Mary Ann Wagner, by Nika and Paul, of the Russian and Austrian armies. They find her em ployment^ and soon discover that they are in. love. Just as war breaks out Mary inn promises to marry Paul (John Gil bert) and Nika, after quarrelling with them both on fairly good grounds, returue to Russia. lie next appears on the scene » ft conquering Russian officer, on Mb way to capture Lemberg. He enters the town juBt as Mary Ann is abont to leave it to marry Paul at Stromov.- With a batch ot prisoners she is arreBted for breaking mili tary law in attempting to leave the dis trict, and is brought before Nika. In a truly revengeful spirit, Nika promises the prisoners free pardon on condition that Mary Ann givees herseelf to him...

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MOVED FROM ROOM PROGRESS OF THE KING Fluctuations of Illness [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

MOVED FROM ROOM PROGRESS OF THE KING FlactuatioDs of Illness After 48 houn. without ;chano» '. ? the King's eondltion improved : slightly on Friday;/ On Saturdv.Tihjt. progress i wai. ; interrupted.- v:'-4:--h ?? ? ? The Sunday; Tinjej. reportr tint ; it has been posilMe-.to meye the . King to another, room., . . ' '. IiOjtfDON,: January i. . A bulletin issued' at Buckingham ^Palace :his morning, at 1150 o'clock,. stated: that :he King has bad a quieter night.- His ocal ' condition showed a slight improve n'ent, but his general condition remained rtationary. . ' ?-.-?-?.? At 330 jj.m. it. was stated .officially that Sis Majesty*. had' ha'daUittlc' more' restful lay'. ? ;s.. This was the. third consecutive bulletin ?ecqrdmg that the; condition of -the': royal jatfent had remained '.'unchanged.. It neant that the- condition' of His Majesty lad remained' practically stationary for 36 lours. The fact that there had not been my upward- movement accorded with the factors' anticipations, a...

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