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PERILOUS MAN HUNT. SEARCH FOR ARMED BLACK, How a Soldier Settler was Murdered. ALICE SPRINGS, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

PERitaUS liN iHUNTv How a Soldier ; Settler was Murdered ; By our. Special Correspondent. ?-' : ALICE SPRINGS, 'Monday. .. ' In the pkrehed and .'lonely ; region of . Hatche's ' Creek, .330 miles from Alice Springs, 'a. man, hunt is on. :. M.C. Johnson and two companions are searcliirig:f6r'Willabefta'Jack^ih'e' al- leged. murderer of Harry Henty. _; ^;^N.v:,r^; ,, : . j:^J :?.;. .1' Harry Verity: a retiirned Bdldier settler at Hatche's Creek, was . slain a lortnigut ngo. M.C. Johnson is new to the district, having' come fronrtthe- south 12 mbpths ago; and his quarry is a- sturdy- aborigine above 'the average -intelligence of his^ fel lows, an f 'educated': black, ?-? and vwell armed. Jack carries_ a riff e, and many, rounds of ammunition ' made by himself. In seeking an adversary with a- native's knowledge of bushcraf t and stalking, John son has a perilous task. ?' Black and White Comrades; ? Willaberta Jack, was living with George Masters, an old white prospector and dingo ?scalp...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
QUIET DAY. Bulletin Not Satisfactory. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

?;^jpri-DAT;'' Bulletin Not Satisfactory. , The 'bulletin issued at. 820 p.m. on Sunday read:— 'The King has had a quiet Jay! There. is no change to report in lid pftnHifcionl' -? ..? ' - '- '' Sir Stanley Hewett, Sir,. Hugh Rigby, and. Lord Dawson signed, the report. ?' The bulletin '. followed an^ urieveritfnl day. - For the past 24 hours no change sufficient to be marked has. occurred in the condition of His Majesty. .That more' or less' stationary, -period 'followed upon four favourable, bulletins, each of which indicated a slightly/ upward trend since Thursday's ' check. ' ~ I . , ' '. No authoritative comment, has been is sued from the palace; hut it is . learned eemi-officially that the bulletin is not con sidered as satisfactory as could be hoped. It may be looked at in two ways. The fact, that no reports of any downward movement have been published: is, of course, satisfactory; but' on the contrary it -would appear to indicate that' the pro gress made is °so. slow as to- be...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LOW TEMPERATURE CARBONIZATION. Important New Commercial Plants. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

LOW TEMPERATURE CAR -???' BONIZATION. Important New Commercial Plants. \nS^'; From a London Corresnondent We 'are now very near extensive large scale development with * low ' 'temperature carbonization of ° coal and other material, including rich shales 'andntorbanites. for example, - of importance to Australia. It is significant that a/'K. S. G.' pro cess plant is at present being erected at the works of the South Metropolitan Gas Company in London. Also another plant is in course of installation . at the times' de Lens in France, and the orig iriaf.,- installation in Germany, is . to be more. than doubled in size. ' . ' ; Thft -'K.. S. G.' (Kohlenscbeidungs Gesellschaft) process, : originally a pro ject' of the late Hugo.Stinuesat Essen, is controlled ' throughout' the world, by the International ' Combustion ? Engineering Corporation of 'Lopulco' pulverized fame, being handled in Great Britain by the Associated Company Coal Oil Extraction, Limited, Aldwych House, London, W.C. 2, ...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ANTARCTIC ADVENTURE: POLA NEGRI: BEACH CAMPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

ANTARCTIC ADVENTURE: POLA NEGRI: BEACH CAMPS: WH.L IT BE MAWiSON'S SHIP? The DI»overyI?the late Capt Scott's .ship which, It. Is understood/, may ? . be used by Sir Douglas Mawson in .his projected trip to- the- Antarctic '??? - .. towards the end of the present-year. 1nmimitnmtiniimtmii,M,miiitti.m ? :.??:?.... . ' ? L ? ? WH.L IT BE MAWiSON'S SHIP? The DI»overyI?the late Capt Scott's .ship which, It. Is understood/, may ? . be used by Sir Douglas Mawson in .his projected trip to- the- Antarctic '??? - .. towards the end of the present-year. 1nmimitnmtiniimtmii,M,miiitti.m ? :.??:?.... . ' ? L ? ? FAMOUS FILM STAR. .'Miss Pola Negrl.the celebrated plctnre .actress, taken, on. her arrival -In . London, which she visited to purchase a play by Bernard Shaw. IWPnHfTHHHHlimHiHmmnmimntmintmnHiitmiiimittiitHttnTtH^^ ? n ? .1 ? FAMOUS FILM STAR. .'Miss Pola Negrl.the celebrated plctnre .actress, taken, on. her arrival -In . London, which she visited to purchase a play by Bernard Shaw. IWPn...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CARAVANNING Popular Holiday Pastime. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

(Mft^^ Popular Holiday Pastime. Caravanning in South Australia, as in other parts of the world,: Is 'becoming. Increasingly' popular. 'It has several advantaoas - over .th» ' fixed camp, In that a different ? class of scenery may be had on ? ' each day of the week.; ? . ? ' , In England and other partfl of the world, gipsy holidays have ;been .'in ? vogue, for many yeaw; but in Avstralia,. w.here- dis tances are greater, it required the auyent of the motor to make siich/jourheyings a popular fftrm' of spending the Christmas or other' . extended' vacations; Some 'motor caravans. have been fitted up lavishly,- so 88 to be quite -as-' comfortable as a room' in' 'a hotel'.- 'They .usually contain spring bunks on' either Bide of the. vehicle, with a fixed or movable. table AT thfc centre of the; vau;' tnd the- side3 may lxT opened to admit of a full measure of :fresh 'air. - Some are con; struc ted with :properly. fitted pantries and cooking apartments; while in others, not quite 'so 'el...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WHAT OF THE NEW YEAR? THE STATE'S PROBLEMS. EXPECTATIONS OF LEADERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

WHAT OF THE NEW MM THE ^TAlT^S PROBLEMS. '??'?'?: -:\!-.;vV -''?? -'??' '-♦ ' ' ; :' r;.?''''': EXPECTATIONS OF LEADERS. ' Hopefulness for peace and prosperity in industry and for protress and advance In* the various '.averiuss of social and public Ufa in the new year, was expressed by leaders of the eommuntty on Monday. - The following new year greeting .. has* been received from-, the Premier (lion. -K. L. Butler) :— ^The -year just dosing ' has brought many trials and difficulties upon the people of the. State; utit, forgetting the disappointments of the past and learn ing from experience, we can face the future with confidence.' South Australia still .presents ample opportunities to the trier, and its resources have not yet been by any means fully exploited. Com plete- exploitation can be carried on suc cessfully only if the people realize that they must face' the economic conditions in this country. This will alleviate rather than cause hardship.- It will require increased effo...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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"PLUCK AND GRIT." TWO GOOD YOUNGSTERS. PLAYED LIKE VETERANS. BY C. G. MACARTNEY, AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

^TLUCK AND GRIT.' TWO GOOD YOUNGSTERS. »! /''' ? ^ — ' v PLAYED LIKE VETERANS. I , -BY C. G. MACARTNEY. , . AUSTRALIA. W. M, Woodfull, c. Jardine, b. Tate ? 7 ,\ V. Y. Richardson, c. Duckworth, b. Larwood.. -3 r H. L. Hendry.c. Jardine, b. Larwood ...... 23 A. F. Kippax, c Jardine, b. Larwood .. .. 100 J. Ryder, c. Hendren, b. Tate ? '. . . . j 12 D. Bradman, b. Hammond . . 70 ? W. A. Oldfield. b. Geary ? * .V .'.'!! 3 ' 1 E. L a'Beckett. c. Duckworth, b. White .'..'. 41 R. K. Oxenham, b. Geary ? J5 C V. Grimmett, c. Duckworth, b. Geary .... 5 D. J.. Blackie, not out ? ] 2 'Sundries . . '. ? j Total ? 3^7 Bowling.— Larwood, 3 for 127; Tate, 2 for 87; Geary, 3 for 83; Hammond, 1 for 19; Whit' 1 for 64. ENGLAND. J. B. Hobbs, c. Oldfield. b. a'Beckett ? 20 H. Sutdiffe, not out ? ??....:..! 15 W. R Hammond, not out ; ? * |2 Total for 1 wicket ? v ? 47 '.;'.-' . MaBWRNE, Monday. ?'? The partnership of Bradman and a'Beckett was another in : stance of pluck and grit, and A^iile we can prod...

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ROAD NUISANCES. Seen on Holidays. In a Good Light." [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

ROAD NUISANCES. Seen on Holidays. 1naGoodlightJ? By Spotlight. Some motorists do amazing things at. times; amazing, because . people of ' average * commonsense would hesitate to cause danger to another ? person: Road nuisances In these days. are becoming pre - yalent on our roads. There are many types of road nuisances, but the limit was 'probably reached on Sunday daring a run to- Fort Noarlunga. Headed into the turn-off to Port Noar lunga, but on the wrong side' of the road, and broadside on to the main traffic pass ing along the bitumen, was stretched a large car ; jacked' up ' for' ' repairs, ' and beside it two immature youths in flannels mending a tyre, .and incidentally maintaining an animated conversation with two girls. For- passing traffic there was much, less than 12 ft. of ' roadway. Several cars necessarily* pulled .up, and one ' of the occupants inquisitively en quired:— .'Tk tnin' a inkp?' 'Ail four' looked up and laughed quite easily. . 'Oh,' no!' said one of the boy...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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ANCIENT NIGHT CLUBS. Gay Greeks and Romans. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

ANCIENT NIGHT CLUBS. Gay Greeks and Romans. A recent expert study and comparison At -paintings; and other objects discovered in the villa known as 'The House of tht Farm,' in ancient Pompeii, has caused a numuer oi eminent arcnaeologists to be iieve that this was a glorified night club m which Roman patricians and the 'big butter-and-egg men from the provinces re celled, and were bunked just .is they are to-day after having been greeted by the Latin equivalent ot Texas Uuinan's 'Hello Sucker.' Coincident with this curious and inter esting discovery is a preliminary report by an association of archaeologists .abroad who have undertaken the gigantic task of studying the scenes painted upon antique vajes-^Egyptian, Greek, Krusran, Roman, and so on— which have been dis covered to be a complete gallery of the manners and customs of ancient times. . It will take, it is estimated, about 15 years to properly catalogue and classify' all these pictures. But a number of paintings depicting res...

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LAWN TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS. MISS K. LeMESSURIER AGAIN WINS SINGLES FINAL G. M. Hone Defeated Turnbull. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

LAWN TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS. HISS K. LeMESSURlER AGAIN WINS SINGLES FINAL ? '-4 ? 4 .... (L M. Hone Defeated Turnbull. G. XT. Hone proved his superiority as a tennis player in the-match in which' IieVdefeated D; P. Turnbull in the semi-final of the metropoli :tan championships oh Monday. Turnbull hit out. magnificently in- the ooenini set. and b» means of terrific services and drives easily Von that, hut Hone proved the master in the last three seta: * Ilia. K. Lellessurier, driving, with that most of Australian lady players,. had little accuracy that has put her among the fore difficulty in again winning the final of the metropolitan 'singles championship. This is the seventh consecutive occasion on Tvbich she has won this event. . There were large galleries of spectators ?t the fiyde Park tennis courts, to watch the semi-finals and final of. the metropoli tan championships, . A record crowd at tended. ? . ? Being in. a' thickly populated district this ' tournament lias been well sra...

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

f GAWLER JOCKEY CLUB, LTD. ' £850 PBootoME. £850 SATURDAY' JANUARY 19th, 1929. 1 100— Hdcp. Trials. A SorMj»take ol Jt «tch to all »c«ptorj, r»T»l-le »t 'tit. For mil lionet tbit Imtc not ? won op to tint o 1 itirUna: t race of the value to the winner ol £50 or over. 71 Forlonim. Son., 26/. £150— Hdcp. Hurdles. 2 Miles 20 jd». »om., 20/ £200— Summer Hdcn. U Mllej. Kom., 20/. £120 — Jmapore' Fist Hdcp. For hone* op to. time of fUrtlns; hnte flnUherf in «t least 1 two ittmpinfr Tsre«. R!deti in thU race murt hive rldilen In at l«*t three Jumping ncei. 1 ' Mile and 3 Fun. Xora., 20/. £130— Railway Welter Hdcp. 71 Fun. Ncm.. 20/ £150— Flying Hdqv. fl Fun. Ham., 20/. Fcnalliea ftinl; usual tcndltlotu. S.A.J.C. Rules of Rarinc a'lhercrt to NOMINATIONS CLOSE MONDAY. JANUARY 7 at 4 p.m. at Gordon'a Asenrj. Adelaide, or with the Sccrrtarr at Oawler. Weichti Monday, Janv. 11. ScntrMnw att due en TOF.SDAY, JANY. 15 it S p.m. at above places. Fuller ? v»rticul«n from Gordon'* Agency or II. F OT...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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SPORTS AND PASTIMES. NEW YEAR'S FIXTURES. MANY PROGRAMMES ARRANGED FOR TO-DAY. Notes and Comments. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

SipRTS AND PASTIMES. NEW YEAR'S FIXTURES. ? » MANY PROGRAMMES ARRANGED FOR TO-DAY. .- ? :i . ♦ Notes and Comments. ^ Bj, Tusmore. ' :. The headquarters of racing In most of the capital cities In the Com monwealth will attract many racegoers to-day, for meetings will be held at MorphettvlIIe, Flemlngton. Randwlek, and Perth. ' Several flxtores will also be held and the programmes and selections are published In another column. August 1 is the beginning of the new year so for as racing is concerned, for turf data is annually compiled in the period from the first of that month to the end of July, and all thoroughbred* in the Commonwealth hare their birthday on August 1. ... However, new year's racing, according to the calendar, begins from to-day, and the occasion, is always a busy one, for many meetings arc held in the cities and rural centres of Australia. . . The SA.J.C. will open i$s two. days' new- year's gathering at ?Morphettville this afternoon, and there will also be ; country...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AMUSEMENTS. GARDENS THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

AMUSEMENTS, GARDENS THEATRE. ' Attendances at this' popular place of amusement have been phenomenal. ' This is proof of the excellence of the 'good things, provided by the Humphrey Biahoa Mumcal upmedy Uimpany. Humour i5 the keynote of. th- show, and is dealt out with a lavish .hand by- 'Scratcher!' Boss, 'Artie' . Helmsley, and 'Tiny' Perrin. The firstnamed is a firm favourite, and appears several times in sketches, one in particular -where he is associated with Elaine Mayc, being a clever piece of artistry. Walter Kings'ey again Bcored heavily- with a Russian lullaby, while Thelma Trott and John Montfort secured loud plaudits for 'Coquette.' a. wellren dered duet. Elaine Maye, Marie Landon, and Gwen Weston have a novel dancing trio, which goes over with a swing, while Maurice Jaffey and Cecily Audibert are heard in a clever' comedy sketch. ? Jack Mayer and Alan Kitson are heard in two refreshing numbers at the piano. Plans at Candy Store .all day. ' ., . . . ? ?'-. .THE NEW PAVILI...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
RENMARK REGATTA. Four Wins for Local Crews. RENMARK, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

RENMARK REGAHA. Four Wins for Local Crews. . : ?:: KENMARK, Monday.' The Kenmark-' regatta' .was held to-day in splendid .weather, although iitbet«n the hot side. The water waa Will and ideal ' for rowing. ? The Benm'ark' Club gathered most of tbe honours by securing our -BinBi Mildura. and Torrens got two each, and of the other dubs . represented Berri and Wentworth won one each, and Merbein' did not catch the judge's eye. 'be judges were Messrs. V. -R. Sdttle. R. A.' Williams, and 0. B. Warren. ^The starters, Measrs. A. Philpott and J. H. Wflliams. The secretarial duties fclf.to Mr. J. Tamblyn. . . . ',.' ' , The Renmork crews rowed consistently and well, and well-versed oarsmen 'spoke highly of the Mildura (Jlub's rowing and the oarsmanjhip of Tomn». Particular praise was jjiven to K. Harrip, or the Hen mafk Club, who is likely to become a Erstrclara stroke, according to good oars men. There was. a poor attendance, owing to no holiday haviijg been declared and the seasonal- opera...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NATIVES' HEALTH Progress in New Guinea. Widespread Organization. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

NATIVES' HEALTH Progress in New Guinea. - Widespread Organization. -From a' Special Correspondent, at Rabaul. Marked progress in native health ad ministration-has been noted in recent times in the Mandated ? Territory of New iiiinea. I The removal of the native hos pital from the centre . of Rabaul to Rapindik, about three miles away, should result in further improvements, as it dis pesea: of: a focal point for - malaria and cither endemic diseases. _ - The removal 'of ' the patients, tbe equip ment, and the staff to the new modern hospital. 'buildings was a task requiring no 'little organizing ability, as it was necessary to carry it out with a minimum of discomfort to the' sick ^natives, and a minimum of loss of time as regards the equipment All the time the theatre was out of action, and essential apparatus 011 the road or awaiting installation, thure was a risk that; an urgent case would arise requiring- immediate attention .which, could not, be given. Actually, the Wi-rk of cha...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MAN HUNT. continued from page 7. BLACKS NOT STARVING. "Natives Must be Treated Firmly." ALICE SPRINGS. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

MAN-HUNT. Continued 'from .paje'7, BLACKS NOT STARVING. 'Natives Mast be Treated . Firmly.' ALICE SPRINGS. Monday. Giving evidence to-day before the board chich is enquiring into the killing oi ilacks and- their condition generally, in Central Australia, witnesses told Mr. A. I. Kelly, P.M. (chairman) that, withm iheir knowledge, no blacks were starving. There was no need for them to starve. Hush blacks preferred to live on the work ng station boys, on short commons, 'to hunting their own foodi ? Witnesses who can throw light on tho ?hooting of. 17 natives by M.C. Murray and !-arty, and on the condition of the blacks, ivill be examined here this week. On Thursday the board. will start. on a 325 miles round trip through Hermans berg, Conniston Station, and Barrow Creek. - . Pattoralists' Testimony. Michael Frederick Kennedy, pastoralist, of Elkedra Station^ 300 miles trom Alice Springs, and 25 miles' from, where Harry Henty, a ;white settler, was 'shot, recently, in giving evidence t...

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I ENGAGE A COOK. DOROTHY BLACK. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

I ENGAGE A eOOK.'* DOKOTHY BLACK.' ,.? the popular short story writer, who lives in Burma; contributes an amusing article to The London Daily JJail. .' The new cook presented himself with a bow. - He looked clean,, and the. neck of . his white ' shirt was garnished with an emerald stud.. ' . ' ? ? ? His; chits also seemed as if they -might have been written for him— unlike those of the unblushing young Madrassi, aged 22, who, the previous day, produced warm recommendations about his cooking abili ties dated 1830, .one. commencing 'Rama- sawmy has worked for me' for 20 years.' Or the; glum-faced - man from Arracan, who produced as his best piece an am biguous document which stated: — Roy Raj is a good cook 'and a very clever, man, combining in his person1 the abilities of those 40 gentlemen .usually associated, with. Ali Baba. - ..'?? He seemed surprised that- 1 did not like The new. cook- bowed and handed me an envelope with his recommendations in it. Upon the outside was '.'written...

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THE WOMAN'S CLUB-OF-ALL TRADES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

L THE WOMAN'S CLUB-OF-ALL. TRADES. ? .' i- Nell St. John Montague, in the Lon idon Morning Post, writes:— How, ' aston , iished our grandmothers would have been j if they had been told that- here, in- the iheart of London, there would- nourisn a ?tlub- composed of -women representing in dividually 133 different professions and 'trades. Each one a sole representative ? of her own particular calling, for -no two of the -same profession or trade are ad mitted. One hundred and -thirtyrfive dif 'ferent pursuits for obtaining a livelihood. ? It seems almost incredible that there cau be so- many distinct professions for -feminine energies, and yet there are 135 Boroptimist ? members of the club in Lon don to-day whose, name conveys -the idea '.it- 'Sister-workers,' who each represent to' individual ? calling.' ? Perhaps there, are few' .proofs of the iwift onward ;; and successful march of Women workers 'so convincing and practi cal as to be 'present at a gathering, of the Boroptimists. . ...

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TOWN & COUNTRY TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

By ElizabetK. Leigh. : . ;-, Although; it is New Year's Eve, I feel .:- cornfortably- certain that you will not ? expect me to write you a sermon. Nowa days, nobody expects a women's page to knew everything, not even how to give advice. I suspect you of a kindly suspicion that resolutions should begin at home.' It was not always thus, for no reader, of the women's press of yes terday can, fail to be struck ? by the touching-faith of correspondents in edi torial wisdom. . They, asked for patterns of crewel work and advice on the ten derest questions. 'Clementina' knows she. ought to look for some one bet ter; but where there is true'love, joined to a good temper and a Government situation of £100 a year, could she be very wrong in marrying him?' Copies of The Young Ladies' Journal of the nineties are Ml of their' trustful', en quiries on, how. to regain lost love and remove spots from book muslin. It was a great responsibility for the editor, but I imagine he got a great deal of plea...

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

THE WEATHER BAROMETER. Barometer at 0 o'clock /^sv^^JJn^Sv last night. V 7c^ .SVaV'^Y The following table gives the six-hoursly cor rected snd reduced to mean sea level - end baro meter readings during the last three days SJ ice. Sshr. snd standard gravity, corresponding «ritb the weather map:— 3 a.m. 0 a.m. S p.m. t p.m. Saturday .. .. 20.67 29.93 29.92 30.00 Sunday .. .. 29.90 30.07 30.04 30.06 Monday . . . . 30.04 30.07 29.S7 . 29.90 WEATHEB FORECAST. South Australia (issued at 9 p.m.; Monday): —Fine and hot, with northerly winds, but a cool southerly change soon setting in over far western districts, and later extending cast trards. ' Ocean Forecast. Sean generally smooth to moderate over southern I waters. - ' ? ' ' - THE RAINFALL. Tiie following is the rainfall for tlie 48 hoars ended at S.30 a.m. ou Monday, December 31:— '?.'?' South Australia. ' ?? . Northern Rivers. — Darwin, 125 point*, northern Plateau. — rowell Creek; 1 point. ?' THE MONTH'S RAINFALL. Adelaide l'lalns.^r...

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