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LOST WEDDING RING A New Year Surprise [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

LOST WEDDING RING A New Tear Surprise tor monins an emeny couple in .aiaguu Valley have been worried over the. loss of 1 wedding ring. . One day. when prepar ing tn An antno 'WniKlrTir' +fi*A ln^tr rtinnrA' ier rings and .placed them carefully on 1 table in an inner room. A day or two ater, when she wanted to put them on, he wedding ring -was ' nowhere to be ound. Sweeping the room and hunting ligh and low were without effect. Fre luent subsequent searches, both inside ind outside the house, failed to disclose ;he whereabouts of the lost ring. On New -Year's Eve all the gates were ocked in case' any young people might ;ry to play pranks. On ' opening the ront door on .New Year's; morning, to he surprise of the couple, the ring was liscovered. ljjng openly before them on ;he front doorstep..; ., , . . ? , . The my^t.ery is still unsolved. . ?

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

THE REGISTER, Tuudiy, January 8, 1925. ! MMMMIMMIMMMMM DESERT i C^LD

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
RECORDS DOUBLED Question Mark Still Aloft on Endurance Flight" LOS ANGLES January 6 [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

RECORDS DOUBLED Question Mark Still Aloft on Endurance Flight * Alter breaking all endurance flight records for heavier than air machines, the Question Jtafk, which (8.« pan.) is still Bying, hag doubled them. The German single-load record for sustained flight was Joubled when the ship had been aloft 130h. 50m. (at 6.16 pjn.), and the old refuelling record of the Belgian pilots was doubled 10 hours/ earlier.

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

Broadcasting. Sir^ranted , that it. is ,;imp(is«ible to please' everybody, ii tiapltasiJlr of the majority attained by present Kir pro grammes? Take last week's: -for inafenm. Didrnost oi.us really want overdoses from baojoista, ind semi-sppranoej:.whose voices irere chiefly notable for violent .vibrato end » fearsome tendency to flatten?. Keel ennouncers pronounce 'Rnbinstein' as if It rhymed with 'green?'.' -: Are- we :ta bave 'Gowod' with a 'nod'/at the end? —I am. Sir, 4c., ' - '?- . ? . - - '?'? ?TERPEND'*

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

Handicapping of Racehorses; air— Much comment has j been .. mad« about handicapping in this Slate recently^ , I desire to point out the barih . tr^atmen'i ' which has been meted out to 'me' Inr tha bandicapper of tbe Licensed Victuallers' Racing Club. ' ;? ?? '? ? . '??'.? ' - On Saturday at Motpbettviile in fit* Seaclir! Handicap Select was allotted, tht minimum, 7 st., and ran nowhere. Ot Ibe horses handicapped for the; Tri*l Stake* next Saturday, with the same min( mom, ? Select has been allotted 7 st. t ' fc^ and the horses then met, .'and now engaged in the Trial Stakes, which finished in front of Select, are handicapped so as to make Select- meet Dasher- Dean on 7. ft.: worse. -terms, Marf Scorpins 9 -lb. worse terms, and Moderator 22 1b. -worst terms. Anton Lass, which did not start meets Select on 9 ft. better terms. :?. ? Under . these , conditions ^ tJ»ere is. no encouragement; for me-to. race,— I aw, Sir, 4c,, ? . ; ... - - , ,..,/ , ..''. THOMAS GEOROESO^; SeftonParb- . ...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Plight of the Farmer. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

PliRht of thft Farmer. Bir— In the previous liarvcst;.we jmi managed to reap seed. -on tho. Murray lands, and this harvest -we hear, of aver urea litfi 3. 4 snil S Kuarutla tn tho acre. ' -From this we have to kesp ope buibel for seed and fowls' feed* for liext season. At the low price of 4/ per btfihel, Ws don't know bow to pay our way.' -Lait year we promised to pay 'bur. creditors' this year, but with this light harvest wb can not .do it. -With this year's account! added, ' our 'arrears have been double. Ratei and taxes must be paid, else we will get .into an. awful trouble. ? The' balance of our harvest 'returns /-wifi- be divided equally between' our creditors and that Ii nil we can do. . Probably some creditors will not be satisfied and may. force iw, but if .they 'start, selling us up,, they wfll put the country in a mess such as it Hai never been in before. Everything on the farm would- come down'- to a ridiculous price and land values would drop. ? Next. season we are going...

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

A SOLDIER KING King Alexander, sedond sop of the late King Peter, - of Serbia, became Crown Prince in 1900; when his elder brother, 3eoree. renounced his rights. In 1921 ne ascenaed we 'inrone' aa &4ng ot tne Serbs, Croats, , and Slovenes. Shortly afterwards an attempt was made on his life. The next year he married Marie; second daughter of the late King Ferdi nand of Rumania, and he has one son. Trained in Russia, the King led tlio Serbian Army throughout the Great War, and won several notable victories. A curious and pathetic romance con nected with King Alexander came to light -recently. ? As Crown Prince he fell in love with the Grand. DucKess . ''Olgn, daughter .of th» Czar of 'Russia; Hud she married him 'she would .'to-day have been Queen of the neaw and. greater Serbia; but instead, she met a- tsrrihle death at the hands of Bolshevik soldiers atr the village .of .Ekaterinburg. .',. .,,_, In' February, 1014, a grey-haired,' grey whiskered old Serbian statesman, M.' Pa...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LADY HEATH COMING HERE DATE NOT ANNOUNCED LONDON, January 7, [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

LADY HEATH COMING HERE, DATETSTOT ANNOUNCED ' LONDON, January 7j jjady Heath has written to thq Empire iir -League,1 resigning from the presi lency of^he women's section, as she in tends to go from America to Australia, As Mrs. Eliott-Lynn, Lady Heath wai one of the first women to fly, and she has made many notable flights, the greatest 'being a solo trip from Cape town to London last -ear. LADY HEATH LADY HEATH The ►first ..woman ever to fly in a' 'Moth,' Lady Heath accomplished a re markable' feat 1n 1927,' when'. In' one aay, she covered 1,300 miles, and made 79 landings between dawn and dark in a com plete circuit of England, during which she landed at every usable aerodrome' in the country, as well as on 20 fields. On October 4 last. Lady Heath made a wonderful flight, attaining an altitude o 26,000 ft. {nearly five miles) in a 'Moth.' This broke all records for height' flying. In October, 1927, Lady Heath's mar riage to Sir James Heath,' Bart., an elderly colliery proprietor, ...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SERBIAN KING TURNS DICTATOR PARLIAMENT DISSOLVED "SOUL TORN BY COMPLAINTS OF THE MASSES" BELGRADE January 6 [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

SERBIAN KING TURNS DICTATOR PARLIAMENT DISSOLVED 'SOUL TORN BY COM PLAINTS OF THE MASSES' BELGRADE .Tanuarv 6 'My soul has been torn by the complaints of the labouring masses, who realize that the way we have trod can no longer be pursued.' With these words King Alexan ler to-day suspended the Consti ion of the Serb, Croat, and' 31ovene State, dissolved the .Chamber of Deputies, and 'proclaimed that all laws prill .remain in force unless modified by ?oval .decree. A semi-official statement says, that there s'no other solution of the. present .'diffi culties, and foreshadows a dictatorship. 'In the interests of the State and the majority of- the people, and in order'to prepare the ground for anew Constitu ion and a healthier Parliamentarianiim.' Gen. Zivcovitch has' been, appointed Premier. . - . . Those in political circles prophesy . a 'hort life for the Cabinet, which can be -pgarded as & military one. The law 'pro mulgating the Royal powers indicates that Le King is absol...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
"BLOODLESS REVOLUTION" Move Popular With Croats LONDON January 7 [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

'Bi^QODLESS:- REVOLU ??^p^-TION':-.- v^K''/. Moyk '-Popular TOh ; -x^AxCrpate'-- .':''' v'-' '?-, '''-.'.'. '' LONTJOWl .TnmioTir'.'T ' Tue correspondent of the British .United Press, Association, at' Belgrade 'states: - 'Nothing' less than - a bloodless revolution has taken nlace. The Kinir hiii m«iiti'kiI semi-dictatorial powers.-and ;will' rule 'by mean's .oi ' decrees 'and proclamations. Mayors will rern&in . in' office, .but they will admmiater the' country only as Bpecioj nominees. of the Crown.' ? .; i '-.-'. ;. 'Itfis pointed out; that the Crown has taken into consideralion ;all three jsect»;of ttte -conntry.; .'SerbsyCrpats/ and Slovenes,! as-: the- Dictator's Cabinet includes three Croatiang, .- air - Serb ? Nationalists', two. Democrats, and a Slovene . clerical. ? The' appointment of M. Marinkovitch' to the Mmistry- of Foreign Affairs 'suggests that there, will ie no radicaf change- ff foreign policy.' . ? ?_ ? V ? .'.-?;.. ? '-r.'-xj, . 'The move . is highly pop...

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

§EtECTORS^ EJLEASE ?fJpey^' What 'about something on. -die youtlifid side?' ' ''] ?fJpey^' What 'about something on. -die youtlifid side?' ' '']

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

GAWLER PLACE ^FREEHOLD SOLD 'Punster House' (lately occupied by TyrreU's, Limited), which was recently submitted at auction,' has been sold pri vately to- Mr. J. W. Richmond,-. of Gaw Ier place, Adelaide, by. Goldsbrough, Mort, and Co.. Limited, acting in conjunction with Wilkinson, Sando, & Wyles, limited. The property is now available to let as a whole or in portions to suit tenants, nnd full particulars can be obtained trom Gold-brouEh',~ Mnr*. ft r» . Limited, f 18 King William street,' 'Adelaide ,' ' Lx

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LURE OF THE SALES TO EDITOR— MadamE Adelaide— A-buying [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

LUREjOfffl/E SALES Td THEEfflmtir Maiami Adelaide r A-Buying By 'Magpie' ; Monday is 'washing day, and yet .the trams were full yesterday morning.'. . Had the houBewires risen before da.wnto_get the taak forward, or had they weaklr mt it off, intent to gatner bargains wniie hey might? ? ' . ' '?:. I do not know, the answer, but I '.do enow, that a 'large number of women nswered:to the call of tb'e' Sales. Lfki Jre. Gilpin, 'careful soul,'' Madame A^je aide has a 'frugal' mind.' She is apt o take her head with hex when she goes hopping, and it needs a head of special jalance to steer between' .reckless expen liture and.theache of lost opportunities Mountains 'of ' ''Manchester,'- -frothihg ind shimmering 'Ceas'^f 'silk, rainbows [of svery. light' and; brilliant -material the nind of designers could imagine or toe ikill of manufacturers and dyers ' could' nake trne; colour and variety everywhere; he hosiery bewildering. in its allurement; ind the' millinery— well/ if you lost your lea...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TERRIFIC HAILSTORM Windows and Roofs Smashed WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

TERRIFIC HAILSTORM Windows and Roofs , , Smashed WELLINGTON (N^;), Monday. Uamaru ' was . shaken by- deafening thunder claps ' yesterday ' afternoon, and wme of the outlying districts wer- swept hv ft Tinilttfn'inTI iinnn^aliAlA^ .m mvm^(« About 2 o'clock the countryside wn almost enveloped in darkness. Then came blinding flashes of lightning and tremen dous crashes of thunder. Almost imme diately the heavens loosed showers of huge hailstones, and for fully 10 minute* the fall continued until the ground waa covered inches deep with ice. Settlers and th«ir families in many places were terrified, and wlndowi. and roofs were shattered. One settler at McDonald was caught in the storm in a motor car, the leather- hood of which was ripped by tha-hailstones as though -it had been slashed with a knife. . v ' . The damage to crops is likely -to be serious.. .. ' . ;

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GUMERACHA TRAGEDY Inquest Will be Held To-morrow [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

CrUMERAGHA^TRAGEDY :lnqu^^rai])e:Had 1 ^^To^riorrbw w ? Un Wednesday morning .an inquest will be; .? opened 'on ' the Gumeraeha ' explosion tragedy which; occurred on. Monday, Jann ary 2. . It is expected that 10 witm-i»a will ? 2»i ^R.tw'e, WIu-i?flude..Mcssr* E. J. Wfnton (Chief Inspector of- Mines) and J/TV.JIfick, (Inspector -of Inflim mable; Oik)/ Dr. C. M. England, o{ Gumeracha,.iand'..a 'doctor from '.Tweed vale.. The three vnien/.jpho ?.descended.- the well; shortly: after .the . -tragedy,' Mes«r-. F.;'L. Schultee; Sh\ and D.- Norsworthy, will also: give, evidence. ' ' .TVater. taken- from -the' well has been sent by -M.C: SouMr to Adelaide, but the result of the analysis.' is' not known. A water' diviner, -who stated .that he was from Adelaide, motived to'Gumeracba on Satnrday and. ' conducted- investigation! with his: rod and instruments. .

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
IN MISS LOCKE'S CAMPS Insight Into Her Methods [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

?m- MISS LOCKE'S ^^'?CAMP, .:'V.. ^Insight Into Her Methods ^A^rejrj^nUHvV.df Tie Register, who ?Tjsited ? Central Australia, some months ago; wrote ^ of ^Harden's Soak, on Wood fofd-aVCr^VwheVe'Misi Annie Locke conducts Kef Australian' Aborigines' Mis sion:— 'In' -1926, this woman set up her tent.';70. miles north 'of Alice Springs, in tl»e^he»itT,o£'tlft! bush.'a'mile or so oft th* mala'; track'.' 'Here she collected around her 4 camp of blacks. - ?'.Sbe: had 'spent -24- years among the Aus tralian .aborigines, ' mostly, in the north west. / .Pathetically anxious to impress us, ihe .called out the coloured children to sing and recite. No doubt they did their best, .and succeeded at least in proving that -the aboriginal is not very musical in Englishr however sweetly he may be able to sing in his native tongue. Miss- Locke proudly informed us that 49 children had passed through her school. We wondered where they went when she had succetd.ed.in, teaching, them . a few little -Englis...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Report Expected This Month CANBERRA. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

Report Expected This Month CANBERRA. Hondo*. It w expected that the report o! Mr. Ar-H.'OTyelly (chairman) and the mem liers' of the' committee appointed tn in 'restiitate 'tie killing of aborigines in North Australia, will reach the Minister fof Home. Affair* by January 30. It will He forwarded direct to the Minister, who *fll -make -it* -contents- public as soon as possible^ -^:\ ,.-? N

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SHOULD NOT BE THERE CAPT. S. A. WHITE'S STRONG VIEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

SHOULD NOT BE THERE GAPT.S. A. .WHITE'S i'.-:. STRONG VIEWS . Uapt. 8. A. .White; who has badcon siderable experience among -natives' in several countries, .; was - emphatically of opinion that .women should- not be mission aries among^natire- tribes; ? ?.— - - ; They hatl so right whatever to be there. The Australian blackfellow, he added, treated .his own women folk in a very second-rate fashion. '' ? . ? When' a woman came into the presence of a group oi men she was treated with derision for the blackfellow had no respect for her. ' - ?'- - ? ? . , ? , MISSIONARIES CONDEMNED As far as missionaries, generally were concerned, they, spoilt, the blacks by en ticing them away.' from; the runt, making them indolent and arrogant: . ? . The missionary broke down the blacks' tribal * laws and - religious ideas— to which to the credit of the blackfellow be it said. he lived up to— without giving him anything else in their place. The black flelbw. was not able to ' assimiliate the white man...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NOT RESPECTED Only Strength of Men Admired [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

NOT RESPECTED Only. Strength of 'Men . Admired Pastor AUbrecht, . the head misaionB ot the Hermannsburg Mission Station, who is at .present staying at Bethany, near Tanunda, on leave, told a representa tive of The Register yesterday that ne agreed with Mr. IJ. A. Heinrich, the act ing superintendent, In -that h-f disap proved of women missionaries working among the blacks.' 'In the first ' place,' said Pastor AUbrecht, 'we ore not told in the New Testament that the Lord called a woman into discipleship, nor that a single ivoman was ever called by' the Church to act as a missionary in the early days. 'Secondly, as far as I know, _ the natives, especially men, would not listen co women. Females are not respected by natives, and are regarded as inferior. Even at Hermannsburg we find it hard tor natives to obey or take notice of (vliite women. 'If 'they are compelled to do anything by a. woman. they regard it as degrading md humiliating. The-native respects the physical strength of men....

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PLAN TO MARRY CONVERTS Plan propped lake Hot Potatoes [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

PLAN TO MARRY CONVERTS : Plan propped Like Hot Potatoes Mr. W. Hutley, who, alter several years' experience in Central Africa- has learned to 'think black,' is opposed to women as pioneer missionaries to. the blacks unless tney are mamea ana accom panied by their- hubsands. As workers in established missions, he said, they could do much useful work, but owing to the mental attiude of the block towards women. Lady missionaries were not a success as pioneers. There was much force in Mr.. Heinrich's contention. In its early efforts to evan gelize South Africa, the London Mission ary Society had urged its workers to . in termarry with the natives,, but 'aftw the first, experience, the. policy . was . dropped like hot potatoes. , ' .-, .

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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