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BOWLS PROSPECT RETAINS THE LEAD [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

mm PROSPECT RETAINS THE LEAD The ? pennant and. divisional dowjs latches were resumed on Saturday.Jinder leal weather conditions. In the tight or positions, much interest attached to he match at.Parkside, -where the home earn 'met Prospect ' (top' of 'the pennant SvjBion). A ; witf for Parkside1- meant the levation of Adelaide to the' leading, place, ml ^Prospect sustained their .excellent ea'son's record, winning by 12. Each side iad- two rinks up. , ? , ?. . ?-Walketville, which is Axperiencing an aasperating run 'o£ d'eteats; 'many by iarrow margins, went down' to'. South 'ark- by three points, and- will -need mproved results if they are to escape limination from: the ptnnanf division leifc -season. ? .^Adelaide accounted for Gawler (101 _ to 8); and. Adelaide Ovalfinisned 19 up on If. '.Peter*:, Sturt; Grang(-..apd Hawthorn iad substantial 'margins over Hmdmarsh, HKefton.-and Semaphore -respectively.- ? Marryatville versus Toorak was a :cenly contested- game, and the -former up ...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
IN and OUT of the CITY TO-DAYS WEATHER FORECAST Fine and warmer, with variable winds, chiefly westerly. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

INandOlflT TO-OArS WEATHER FORECAST Fine and warmer, with variable winds, chiefly westerly.. By Autolycus. The Mount .Pleasant .district ; nas nau more than it's fair share of bush' fires. It was a relief to learn that no harm had come to the beautiful homestead at Roae lantin Me receni ouioretiK. Mr. R. T. Helrose takes a great pride n the old home, and visitors always re nember the 'delightful surroundings and he .hospitality of the owner. About a couple of months ago, during l hurried visit, Mr. Melrose showed Mr. Seorge McEwin and me over the pro -erty.v A party of 25 from Gawler, who jad spent a happy tune on the estate, vcre just leaving for home on a wonder tally accomm'odating motor lorry. In ad lition to men, women, and children, the return journey was made, by one of the :my Shetland ponies which Mr. Melrose bad bred from his imported stock, which, irith Mr. ' Duncan'B diminutive horses, were such a great attraction at the last Spring Show of the Royal Agricultural Society...

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

^THEIR NAME LIVETH FOR EVERMORE     LAWSONv— Lieut. P. H. Lawson 48th Squad,   flying Company, who was killed in action on 6th January, 1918.       NELSON.— Pte. O. Nelson- of 48th Bat-     talion, who was killed in. action on the 7th January,1917               PRETTIJOHN.— Pte. H. C. Prettijohn, of   10th Battalion, killed in action on 6th Janu- ary, 1918             'RIDGWAY— Nurse D.A. Ridgway, of 4th   Medical Division, who died on 6th December, 1919           SKIPPER-Pte. T. J. Skipper,- of 51st Bat-   talion, who died on the 7th January 1918   ; BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND ; ; ^ ^i deaths. .?;.?;?: ...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BRITISH MIGRANTS SUFFER FROM DIPHTHERIA Passengers on the Euripides [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 7 January 1929

BRITISH MIGRANTS SUFFER FROM   DIPHTHERIA   Passengers on the Euripides There arrived in Australia by the Euri- pides, which reached the Outer Harbour on Saturday, 150, migrants. Fourteen are for South Australia.     After leaving Capetown throat trouble occurred among the migrants, four of     whom suffered from diphtheria. Three of the number are still unwell, and one boy was conveyed to the hospital on the arrival of the ship at the harbour. Mr. J. D. Grindley. was welfare officer on the voyage.      

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MISADVENTURE OF POLICE SYDNEY. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

. MISADVENTURE OF-POtlCE SYDNEY. Sunrinv. A taxicab carrying seven, member* o! the ppHce. force, who were about to con duct a'raid 'on an alleged' two-up school mt Stii'Petera on' Saturday afternoon, crashed -.in to. a 'telegraph pole, and fell over an embankment 10 ft. deep. Two of thc-.'polke^recfiived. minor injuries;- but ?11 were fortunate that they were not seri ously hurt. The raid was carried out hubsequehtly by the party, and 13 arrests YTAiHfe- tnflffn - ? ?

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BIBLE "CROWDED OUT" Bishop Deplores Neglect [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

BIBLE 'CROWDED OUT!^ Bishop Deplores Neglect;' 'WBy. are Bibles to often not only irinted poorly, but bound in mournful ilack; why is it necessary that -almost ilways black should be i-emirffof1 -o ci,;t. ible for a volume which contains good tidings?'; .\ . .... This question is addressed to the people -f his diocese by the Bishop of South sark (Dr. Cyril Garbett) in a pastoral etter. Bishop Garbett expresses tbe ipraion that there are multitudes of people Tho are nuite unfamiliar with the Scnp ?ures. ? The reasons are many, and they nay be found in the reaction from mi» aken ideas on Biblical inspirations,' ' in he stream of modern literature which xmrs forth incessantly from the pub ishen and which crowds out the reallv nreat books, and in the failure to teacii he yonng to form the regular habit of Jible reading. 'Whatever may. be the lauses' adds. the Bishop, 'there can be -o doubt that there are tens of thousands -rho to all intents and purposes' are gnorant of the Book which h...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SHIPPING AND MAILS [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

SHIPPING AND MA£ES- Elder. Smith & .Co., Limited, advise that .he Italian steamer Carignano will arrive it Adelaide on Wednesday with passengers md raneral' cartra. -: Taking passengers - and general, cargo, the Aberdeen and Commonwealth liner Hobsons Bay sailed for London on Mon day. Bringing a quantity of steel and pigiron from Newcastle, the steamer Iron Prince will arrive to-day. ' : Advice has been received by Macdon d, Hamilton & Co., that the motor ship Hauraki sailed from Vancouver on .Janu ary 2. She is expected to reacU Ade laide in February. With phosphate from Ocean Island, the steamer Gretaaton will arrive oa Monday p the agency of the British Phosphate Commission. . .... Continuing her way to the eastern State* the R.M.S. Cathay Bailed on.Mondiy. SEMAPHORE TIDES TUESDAY January 8.— Low water,' 9 a.m.: hlghw.ter.8p.nl. . ~ ,' . ; .. ? MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS . Tonnate It net regiitered, as shown In tloyd't negiirter. . . ? . ' ... ARRIVED AT OUTER HARBOUR— ...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THIS STATE FIRST AUSTRALIA COMES NEXT Preference in Public Contracts [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

THIS STATE FIRST AUSTRALIA COMES NEXT Preference in Public Contracts White) er may bo the result of the -present Premiers' Conference, it is obvious that' South Australian Manufacturers have little- sympathy with the pTOposal of the Premier of Victoria (Sir William McPher Bon) that in public contracts pre ference to State materials should ba discontinued. In fact, there is a feeling that Sir Wil iain'e action is little short of * .case of he pot calling the kettle black? as note he remarks -of- the secretary. of the South Australian- Chamber' .of-.- Manufacturers [Mr H E Winterbottom) when invited reete^day. to ^comment upon the position. 'The statement of the Premier of Vic ;ona,' he raid, 'that the practice of State governments of giving preference in the natter of prices for goods made in their locality is 'against the spirit of Federa tion' cannot be taken seriously whil« Vic

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MAKER OF RECORDS Opperman Shows Tasmania flow to Cycle HOBART. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

MAKER OF RECORDS Opperman Shows Tasmania flow to Cycle 'HOBART. Honda v. Hubert Opperman, Australia's champion cyclist, created' a new Australian record for three miles- grass -'track motor-paced rr*rs»1*nrr tiiia Aviavitrtir' ? ? TTib 4-ifntk fny 4tia aistance wos, 6.1U, wiuch is 32s. taster than the previous record pirt up by him self at the' Malvern' (Victoria) Cricket Ground. '' ?'.'. '?- '_?;? ' ..,-?; \He won' a half-mile match race against Roy Stamford ' (Tasmania) ? arid1' & ',three mile professional 'scratch', race against Tasmania's, best cyclists, ? defeating G. Lomer (Launceston) by half a wheel. 'Opperman also created, a new Tasmanian five-milea mctor-paced cycling record. H« time -wa» 751,- the existing- record 'being 9.U, created by 'Tatty'5'Lamb at Latrobe last.yajr. :.'...!...'' '?;'.!?'.;'*.- ??-?'

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Capsizing of Rye Lifeboat LONDON. January 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

Capsizing of Rye Lifeboat LONDON. January 4. As .the result of-- ah. enquiry held 'by the, Board- of Trade, a report has been issued, stating that the Rye lifeboat cap lized 'suddenly in a danao-ona. hrnVxn lea, and the crew became entangled un lerneath 'the lifeboat, which was quite suitable for the work that had to be done The crew bad' selected a non-righting type of boat as most suitable, as well as the' type of lifeboaV.' employed, otherwise they' would have been served with a newer Tpe. Prompt and proper steps were taken to recall the lifeboat, but the recall Hag should have been hoisted at day break although it was doubtful whether the crew, would have teen it. There were no' means of determininj whether Or;not the lifebelts failed to func tion or' contributed to the loss of life. On the morning of November 15 the life boat net out in terrific seas to answer a call - for. 'assistance from, the Latvian steamer Alice. When returning to Rye Harbour, Sussex, the boat overturned, ...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LATE. MR. FRANK' GARBETlS A .Tribute by J. J. S. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

MI^.MKPRANE-^ V- ?GARBETTB:;;;' A .Tribute by ;;O. S. The late Mr.Frank J. Garbett, of Dud ley-street), Semaphore, who died on Satur day, was born , in' Walsali, England, and for many VeatB was on the- staff of Messrs. 9. -Power. & Sons, well-known as whole lale 'saddlery' .merchants. : . . 1 He was a gifted musician and possessed i beautifully mellow baritone voice,,' well sultivated, and- had the ability to play his )wn . accompaniments. : As a cricketer in Walsali, he was much n demand, for he was a good fast bowler ind forcing bat, and his departure from iis native town was, to many sports, a sad rrent. About 40 years ago Mr. Garbett camo :o Australia under engagement to 'Messrs 3. P. Harris, Scarie, & Co. (now Harris, 3carfe, Limited), and. was the righthand man of Mr. J. J. Sharp, until tne latter retired some four years ago. Mr. Garbett ivas a favourite with every one. Attentive ind intelligent to the numerous and varied types of clients, his services were of ...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
UNIVERSAL PRAYER WEEK Adelaide Corporation's Goodwill [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

UNIVERSAL PRAYER WEEK Adelaide Corporation's ?? ..-?' Goodwill ' In^the'banueting,toom^of;the Adelaide fqwn Hall, yesterday; from 1 '.to 2 p.m., iocal observance of .the 'universal week of Draver was .inaugurated. ': . . .'. The observance 'was , instituted T-y. the IVorld Evangelical Alliance in 1840, and is nternational and ~ interdenominational, rhe prayer wqek, commences with the first 5unday of each new year.- -The alliance s active *in'the promotion1 of co-operation ind iinityj the maintenance ? of religious iberty, the relief of. persecuted Christians, he furtherance of united ..prayer, the naintenance of evangelical truth and love, ind various enterprises of home and breign evangelization. The call to player wasiraued over the lames of 'many leaders of religious life ind activity, in the British- Empire and oreign countries, and the local gatherings lave been arranged by the. Council of Churches,-' the Evangelization Society, and ;he . Adelaide Community Prayer Move nent. Th...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TIMBER WORKERS' DISPUTE Union Reply to Mr. Boykett [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

TIMBER WORKERS' DISPUTE [Jnion Reply to Mr. Boykett /'The -statement by the secretry. of : the Smployers' Federation - (Mr. G. H. Boy :ett) published in The Register yesterday ilicited a reply by the secretary of the Timber Workers' Union (Mr. G. J. Biirge). Mr. Burge said that Mr. Boykett had picked out the most suitable parts of the iourB judgment to suit his case, and had luoted the average-low profits which had been made in the timber industry during the last few years. ? Those' low profits referred mainly to the bush section of the industry, /but nothing was said as re garded the profits made; by the metropoli tan mills, which for Melbourne showed an average percentage of 132 for the last five rears, ? and for South Australia- over a Bimilar period a profit of 8.8 per cent. ? It ? was - admitted. Mr. Burge . added, that the producers of- timber in the .bush had been up against it owing to the competi tion of foreign timber; and ,to- assist them against foreisn 'competition, the...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TO-DAY'S DIARY [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

TO-DAY'S;; DIARY Tidei.— High water, J- p.m.; low water -. 9 ajn. ?? -?'? .-. :..? ,.-.' -?-..' .'' :; . . ..AMUSEMENTS . 2^0 and 8.— Majestic Theatre-Jim Ger» ; aid's CJompany: -- ' ? . ? 8.10.— Garden Theatre— Musical ; Ckimedy -Company^ . .'.'-*ii.r«-:!crt.i: ' r1p^T0REtJ;?« : All Day.— Regent--''Th» Jlag Lientenant.' All Day.— Wondergroph— 'The -Street ol :' Sii,'-;: \ .-' ? ;-;^;.v.-.' ' AJl' Day:— Pav:—'He»rtttf Heart.'.. !. All 'Day.— Yor£-;'The Woman ' Durpnted.' 2,30 ;and 8.— West's— ^TheBarker.'V ': 7 MISCELLANEOUS /y. All;Day.-^-Zoo apd Snake, Park.' 'r ; i

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

COMMERCIAL PRINTING KEATXT ECECUTED 'AT -- .- THE REGISTER S. C WARD ft COV * STOCK, SHARE, AND INVESTMENT BROKERS. 30 Graf eD street, Adehide. ? ft**** WH P PhlsTPV BHAREBEOKER. ? lit R. rumen, Cowra Chtmbtn. N197U

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DEMAND FOR BUTTER Shortage of Local Supply [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

DEMAND FOR BUTTER Shortage of Local Supply - Although great quantities of. butter are being exported from the Commonwealth— 29,484 boxes being shipped for the week ended Dermiher 2d^«onth Armtriilia ifl unable to participate; The inadequacy of the State's supply to. meet her demand, for home consumption is shown ' by the fact that for seven .to eight montlis in.the year importations of choice butter have to be made from the eastern States. The Commonwealth grader, who recently left for Melbourne, living had no grading to undertake: here, is not expected to return to South Aus tralia for a few weeks, -when it is antici pated that there should be 300 to 400 boxes of second and third class lines available for 'shipment,' and until July exports in all gradeB will continue to be very small.' -Importations to this State r'om Victoria at present average from 1,000 to l,5C0 boxes a week. . Whereas the. wholesale price of choicest ratter, in bulk, in Victoria, is 1/10 per lb'., shortage of l...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
COMMERCIAL CABLES. SILVER LONDON January 5 [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

COMMERCIAL CABLES. SILVER .: ????V'.-- . Silver is .quoted at 2/3| per or. on spot and 2/2 7-16 forward. . '...'? ' FOREIGN EXCHANGE RATES - Current rates of foreign exchange on London are shown, with parity first: — . ?aris, 12421 (francs to £1)-124.OW. Jontreal, 4.887 (dollars to £l)-4.88«. few York, 4.867 (-dollars to £1)— 4.853-16. Brussels, 35.00 (belga to £l)-34.80. Geneva, 22525 (francs to £1)— 25.19. Milan, 92.48 (lire to fl)-e2.85. ? J Amsterdam, 12.11 (florins to £1)— 12.0711-16. Berlin, 20,43 (reiehmarks to £l)-20^8i. ' Stockholm, 18.15 (kroner to £1)— 18.13.. Copenhagen, 18.16 (kroner to £1) — 18.17!. Oslo, 18.15 (kroner to £l)-18.1&i. Vienna, 34.585. (schillings to £l)-34.455. Prague, 24.02 (kroner to £1)-1K 13-18. Helsingfors, 19223 (F marks to £1)— 192{. Madrid, 22225 (pesetas to £1)— 29.73. Lisbon, 4.50 (esrados to £1)— 108. - Athens, 375 (drachmae to £l)-375. Bucharest. 25.255 (lei to £l)-808i. Batavia, 12.507 (guilders to £1)— 12.09J. Rio de Janeiro, 5 29-3...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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PRICE OF TOMATOES' MELBOURNE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

PRICE OF T0MAT0E8 ? MELBOURNE. Monday. Tomatoes on the itesteni -market1 to-day nete qwH«d-as ? followsft— Best, 16/- to MA and * few higher; others, 10/'to 18/. .-.'?; .,.?.:.?,?:??,'.:? ? ' ???'?

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MINING NOTES BUFFALO G.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

MINKvMDTES BUFFALO 'Q.M. - Telegram received ^lro 'mtlie mantger (Mr. W. H. William.) datea Janoary 7:— 'Arriveaitt lean on 8atnrday, pitched .camp.: tools, tanks, and foil equipment .delltered .on mine; starting vaA. Mandav.'- ? . ' ' ' '- TArTANAKI OILFIELDS . Progrera report' to' llantary 7:— Olsbornc No. I well, drilled to X.9S0 ft. In caving in .hale; 81 Inch ctaing to 1^78 ft. ? ? VEarrABLt CREEK TIN ' Beport f or fonr weeks ended January '2:— The mill ran two aiid'a nal( vreeh, treated 638 tons olore and . 56 .toot', of sand Jor a return of 14 tons of eonqentratefc , On December *S tfce mine mi doted for .the holfdays. and full opera tion, were resnmed on' January S^ . ': . ' flUIHEA GOLD .', ' The ' secreUry -received ?' adrlc* oa Jtimtry 1 that' the amount of gold obUtoed from , tht eoaptny'. properties for ?Deee*b« **:SOt or. The fact that, the December . ootyat ^vonld be lower than usual was indicated In *a' announce- ment some time aeo. The reaaon lot, the tem porary fal...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AUNT MARIA SAYS— [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

AUNT MARIA SAYS I suffer something awful from cold' feet — Cuthbert won't wear bedrocks. .' ~ - . Mrs. 'Opkins 'as stopped . paying into -im- rnnl elnh now that she'* moved to s puse near a coal dump. . ?- ? ily nipper's getting too cqeeky.. One lay. we went for a tram ride, and- when I tjld 'im-to be'ave 'isiielf. 'e threatened to tell the conductor 'is real age! ' - But 'e got a 'iding from me the other Jay. T sent 'im to the grocery for some bacon on tick, and when the .grocer asked 'im where I was, 'e said. 'Trying another shop.' . . I've found a way of stooping that 'ussy next door from looking through my win dows. I only clean 'em on the inside. Mrs. Green says she was anaemic. . I always thought she 'was English. ; ? .

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