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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ' WINEGROWERS OFF TO MELBOURNE [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

SOtpT^H AUSTRIA LI.AN - WKNEGRO WE RS OFT TO MELBOURNE A picture taken yesterday afternoon whan ammbw ot Well-known representatives of wlhtmaking Interests In South Australia left by the express to attend thi Melbo«rn« eonferwwe on Thur»d«y. f rom Jtft-M«ih. A. W. R. Burins, R. H. Martin (pmlfent «f tne Fe«*r»| Vltlwltural Council). D. Blyth, Oicar S»ppelt, T. C..An«ov«, L. N. S«Itw, Hwbtnt Kiy, T. M. Harily^Mirf si E. Tolin A picture taken yesterday afternoon whan ammbw ot Well-known representatives of wlhtmaking Interests In South Australia left by the express to attend thi Melbo«rn« eonferwwe on Thur»d«y. f rom Jtft-M«ih. A. W. R. Burins, R. H. Martin (pmlfent «f tne Fe«*r»| Vltlwltural Council). D. Blyth, Oicar S»ppelt, T. C..An«ov«, L. N. S«Itw, Hwbtnt Kiy, T. M. Harily^Mirf si E. Tolin

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

'?HAPPY TO MARRY A BLACK' Miss Annie Lock, a woman mijilonary «t Twttrte W«ll (Northern T«rrl ?' tory) *ho, aecordlna to Mr. H. A. Heinrich, tetlng luperlntendent of tht, ? 'Hermwinjbnn Minion Station, said thrt sha would be quite f'htppy to mwry attack.' Mr. Helnrleh eondemnsd the employment of women mil slonariet among the natlvei. . In this exclwlve pJotoraph^MlJi LMk Is '. teen tending aborigines at Granite Downs Station, via -Ootoadatta. -, Miss Annie Lock, a woman mijilonary «t Twttrte W«ll (Northern T«rrl ?' tory) *ho, aecordlna to Mr. H. A. Heinrich, tetlng luperlntendent of tht, ? 'Hermwinjbnn Minion Station, said thrt sha would be quite f'htppy to mwry attack.' Mr. Helnrleh eondemnsd the employment of women mil slonariet among the natlvei. . In this exclwlve pJotoraph^MlJi LMk Is '. teen tending aborigines at Granite Downs Station, via -Ootoadatta. -,

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

??,* ;'??:-— -;.itiKcs::'pnSr '' ' when made with RoeeJU Fruit Mince, are delicious. Demand Rosella. . Cl

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FAITH IN AUSTRALIA COUNTRY IS WHOLLY BRITISH Sir. Arthur Duckham Waxes Enthusiastic CANBERRA Monday [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

FAITH IN AUSTRAUA counm is; wholly BRITISH Sir Arthur Dockham Waxes EnAisiastk ; : 'I would not inind- taking Aus tralia over. as a business concern and running it with the assets and the liabilities ' that the country . -possesses, sara oir Anuur x/uci;- . _ . ham, at the -weekly luncheon .of the Canberra Botaty' Chb, t-nlay. : 'I think,' h« continued, 'Australia rca* izea that ahe. may hayc gone .too .far in iome direction!.' '- pit of.the moit pro nlting happenings since' our arrival was ;hat wonderful meeting of the Industrial Conference, where employers -and employe! liacuBsed things together with' -.a .great ipirlt of. friendliness. ' That is. the best -ign of a new spirit coming into industrial iffairs. ' ??'??.? ?' ?';?- 'I do not think that Australia- has: mbni -trikes than -other countries, but. you lejr more of them. °. I do not think that ihe employes have quite realised. the true Economics of industry, but' 'great' 'help should come from this industrial, confer ence.' ....

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

THE MAN HIMKLF. . Diner— 'Look here, waitef,';'. The por tion of chicken you served me with wai not one-third the sin of the portion you jntt gave that fat mtn over there. I'm going to make a complaint. ' Where's the manager!' Waiter (indicating fat gentleman)— 'Thafg him, air.'

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

Local government KENSINGTON AND NORWOOD ? Veetior held Monday, January 7.— lTtsent— The Mayor (Mr. D. P. -Thomas), Aid. Ban'aon, Hargrave, Woods; Oanrtonl, Crs. Noal. Dlckson, Atkins. ? Martens. Cooling;.' Jolly. The mayor reported that orders amounting to i.o v/ saa been Issued to' 173 families at' the annual dis tribution of Christmas cheer. The Christmas tree on December 21 for the poor children of the town hsd been a great success. Be thanked all those who had assisted at both functions. The works committee reported that the work of reconstructing Magill road was well in band, being practically completed from Kensington ter race to Osmond terrace. The improvement work at the oval was also proceeding eathiactorUy, anj the contractor was making good progress With the erection of the new grandstand. Under the Government unemployment relief scheme J8 men had been gfren a week's work, and seven others' had been found three days' work, mainly In cleaning street*— The committee recom m...

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

BAROMETER. Barometer at.' 9 o'clock . Ust night. .' ~ . 29.74 .:?;. Barometer at.' 9 o'clock . Ust night. .' ~ . 29.74 .:?;. The fcllowln; table gives the sb-aoursly cor rected, and reduced to mean sea level and baro meter' readings during' the last three days ls aeg. Fabr. and standard parity, corresponding with the weather map: — - - . , ? , ? ? ? 8 a.c P a.m. 8 p.m. » pin. Eatorday ...... 28.93 £9.47-29.91 30,00 Sunday-. .. ..',80.00' 30.03- 88.89- 29.85 Monday', .. '.^lMO H9M \I9.73 iVM .WEATHER REPORTS AND FORECASTS. Supplied by the Commonwealth- Meteorologist. ' .', ' ADELAIDE, January 7. - , . - ' ? ? Forecasts. ,',?'. . , ? - South Australia (Issued at 9 p.m. Monday).— Becoming' copier generally, with southerly windi adrancing from' the eastward; a tendency for further, isolated showers .and thunder. ;. ':' Western . ' Australia-^— Sultry . ' and unsettled, with further rain - and thunder in tropics, especially in Kimberley; scattered showers In lower south-west; otherwise f...

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

ROWING. WA1KERIE CLUB. The first handicap Uunuroint Iji {ntt be»a completed lo decide Uie holdtrs nt the told and sOrer (eathen. In Uie flnal mmtf, between Meora. Oust and J. C. Howt, a large crowd aamnbled. J. C. B-jw«, who plarW a tleadr jrame, won by SS to 19. Re ni pntenteet vltb the gold featbtr and Mr. Quit vith the tilnr feather. Tho Ioatr was playing' his Srkt Jttr it bowls. . .

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
KABUL AGAIN UNDER FIRE Rebels Capture Nearby ; Fortress CALCUTTA January 7 [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

KABUL AGAIN UNDER FIRE Rebels Capture Nearby Forttess flATifinTTA. .Tuniiiirr 1. News from' Kabul by 'plane states that Gholum Xobi, a former colonel in the Afghan army, has allied himself with lahiiita nnrl rantured a', fort four mtlM lorth-east of Kabul. Thence he is shell ng the capital' with' captured artillery. Che king's baUereis are replying from the nountain post. ? . ? : . Snow' hag melted on. the foothills, and i rebel night attack is esp'ected. It' is announced that tbe British autho ?ities' have' banned 'entry to ''Afghanistan Tom India via Quetta and Peshawar. As' the only other entrance is through Russia via Hindukush, where the passes rill be dosed by snow* until spring, the country is practically isolated. The Human women at Kabul who were evacuated to Russia; have been ? charged £27 for conveyance. . - ?- The king is spending large turns of money in negotiation with the rebels at Jelalabad. ? .

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GUN DRAWN BY POLICE IN RAID Late Constable Smith's Courage. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

GUN ; DRAWN BY POLICE. IN RAID Late Constable Smith's Cowaee. One of .the, main witnesses in an im portant case dealing with alleged breaches of the Lottery and Gaming Act wil be unable to eive evidence at the Gumeracha Magistrates' Court on Friday, owing to the recent tragedy there. M.C. Smith, whose bravery resulted in his death with two other men in the gas laden well at Gumeracha .on' 'December 31, 'showed equal courage and strength trhen he was said to have been attacked in a recent raid on an alleged gambling den at Teatree Gnlly. ? As a result of subsequent observation, the late M.C. Smith and M.C. Souter, of Gumeracha, went to a shop in Teatree Gully about midnight, .. After listening outside for some tune, Smith went to the .rear of the building while Souter. re mained in front. As the front door was opened to allow a man to leave, the latter burst into the room; In the mean time his companion had gained admittance from the rear. . - '-- Smith blocked the door .as, several ...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TURKS DISLIKE REFORMS Alleged Plot Discovered CONSTANTINOPLE. January 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

TURKS DISLIKE REFORMS Alleged Plot Discovered CONSTANTINOPLE. January 7. Following on the arrest' of hundreds of lersons in the provinces of Broussa and -ivas, the authorities declare that they iave discovered a widespread movement o foment armed opposition to the recent cfornis, including the introduction of jatin character by alleging them to be rreligious and trampling underfoot the acred traditions of Ielam.

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TWO LADS ARRESTED Charged with Stealing Cool Drinks [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

two l^sTarrested barged -with Stealing Gool v .-.?::/-?- Drinks : 'Two boys, both 'aged 14 years, were on Monday evening arrested on charges o! pnopbrcaking arid . larceny 'by Detective Herman and P.C.-Day,;of Plympton,-m connection with an. alleged theft' of cool ?Irinks from a' shop in Hayhurst on Sun dar. .?'???

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
KENSINGTON GARDENS Scheme to Construct .Golf Links ' [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

KENSINGTON GARDENS Scheme to Construct .Golf . ? ? Links Mr. Kenneth ' Milne three months ago suggested a scheme 'to convert the Ken sington Gardens gardens, belonging to the Municipal Tramways Trust, ? into goli inKS. ana wim jjt. u. vowau,. uiivi rfewed Mr. W. G. T. Goodman. ; An Xpert Tias sent out to see the gardens, and ie declared that a -nine-hole' course- was mite feasible. .... . . . In putting the scheme before Mr. Good aan. Mr. Milne stressed the point that ivery consideration should be given' the present members of the bowling; croquet, tnd tennis 'clubs,- and that they should ie privileged players upon tbe links if ;hey so desired. ; ? Mr. Milne's 'argument is. that at present ihe -gardens are a failure financially, as ihe Trust -loses £1,000 a -year -'on their upkeep. . The arbours and brumes are becoming delapidated, and he humorously remarked that when the band played there an summer, evenings, in nine cases out of 10 the gully' winds blew the music away. He declared...

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

BOWLS stiirt ELECTRIC LIGHT TOURNEY The Sturt Bowling Club conducted tne irst roundof itt electric light tournament II^LS:.!! beat Atkins and Scruttbn, 7: Radloff and Rose, 16, beat Sands and Gonld, 5; Colliver and Colhw,, LI beat Perkins and Thomas, 10; Filmore »d Blanch forfeited *» Wheeler and Lew Bennett and sub., 20, beat Johns and ruckeV, 3:' Robertson and Stockbr.dge 13, beat Young and Brown, 6; , OttiwiU and Cooper. 14, beat Oliver and Allen, 14, Ellis and Snell, 14 beat Bchah.nger wd. Wright 3: 'Cox and Brown, 20, beat Hag ^er and McCarthy, S; Hill and . ftckenng. 21, beat Lucy and Nnnmo, 7; Sands and Holford, 15. beat Wright and Flett, 14: Johns and iAIurray, 16. beat Bourne and Walder, 0; Milson and-Siebert 11, beat Hirt and'' Sutherland, ft; Cochrane and McMillan, 8, beat Fidock and Barron, i j Flood and Thorpe, 15, beat Harvey and Pimlott, 13; Richards and Parkcs, 13. beat Watson and Elphick, 10- Sander, and May, 13, beat Sherman and Puuerae, 7, Fatten and Batson. 18, b...

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

LATE SHIPPING AUSTRALIAN . BTDHbT.— -imnd: Jan. 7 — uoeraki, from Sort; Fort Bobart, from London: Mlldura, from Bockhampton; Sadp Mara; from Yokohama; Tolr ken.: from Los Aimlet: Kadru Uaru. from Hellnome; Karoola. from Fremantlc; Zeaundu, 'rom Hobart; Corrima] and Burwah, from Mel »ume; Colana, from Melbourne. Sailed: Jan. r— Atcanlus, for Glargov; Ualxbar, for Singa pore. - MELBOCBXE.— Anired: Jan. 7— Orama, Eanowna, and Marecba, from Sydney; Pott 3uon, from London; Alrich. from Antwerp; Jalulu, from Port Adelaide; Ooulburn. from Cardroc; Wear, from Newcastle. - Sailed: .Jan. 7— Esserance Bay, for Sydney; Kairaaa and Tambtr, for lacmct'ton; Period, for Newcastle; Casino, for Fortbnd, '

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SOLICITOR IN DOCK Charged With. Fraudulent Conversion SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

SOIiCITGR IN boGK Charged With Fraudulent » ,' Conversion SYDNEY, Monday. ?noimsa lAsmara Aez urunn, soiKiior, appeared on remand at the Central Police Court to-day, on a charge of havine at Svdnev. 'since Mav. 1928. received £39( under an authority upon terms requiring him to pay the money to T. McHngh, Limited, or W. D. Schrader & McFadden is attorneys for T. McHugh, Limited. rod having fraudulently omitted to pay the _ whole of. the money in violation of the terms on which he received it. 'The police prosecutor (Sgt. Hart) said that the police were enquiring into another estate in which £4,000 was involved. He idded that Griffin was living in a board ing house in Brisbane, under the name sf Anderson. The case was remanded until January- 14. ? - ? - Bail ' was fixed at £1,000, with two sureties of £500 each. ? . . . ?? ? .

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Mosquito Nuisance in the City [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

unEteTO^TO Mosauito Nuisance in the City From JOHN DAVIDSON, North AdeV laide.— In.a city, as a rale, moaquitos are rare, but - Adelaide -has special breeding ivnli (nr thorn Ttin still water of -the Torrens Lake keeps up the supply beyond the demand. The City Council has a regulation requiring householders to de stroy the larvae on pools of water or open tanks, but it is more 'honoured in the breach than the observance, Pew, ii any, tanks are treated.' ? . The application of a far drops of kero rine or other rolatile oil to- the surface of the water in a tank or trough will kill all the ?wrigglers. ,-, * - ' . As the municipality of -Adelaide has under its jurisdiction the Torrens Lake, which is tbe chief, breeding place. q£ the city's hordes of mosquitos, a. thorough method, of spraying should be put .in ope ration; then ihe ' council .-. could con scientiously compel the citizens to treat all stagnant or standing water on their premiss. If the Torrens were sprayed from end to end...

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

B.H. SOUTH DIVIDEND MELBOURNE. Monday. Broken Hill South; Limited, will pay dividend No. 29 ofl/- a. share on Febru ary S. Tanrsfer books will be closed at S o'clock on Juroary 17.,. ?/..?, .

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

QUIETS * UI^TRUNO, EXCITED NERVES. Genuine Bayer Aspirin rar more Harmless than - Bromides. . ? ' - W''5n Bayer discovered Aspirin and introduced it to the medical profusion in lf'J, ther- did not 'n reallte what a Wr«ginjjfBijei. Aspirin would prove to millions' of nervous,' .excitable folk* throughou the world. Th» 'next- tune yon feel unstrung, excitable, depressed, or have s nervous headache, nervous ato' ach, or cannot sleep, take two tablets of -nnuine Bayer Aspirin any time, preferably - about an hour after meafo or at bedtime. You feel no ill effects: there is no bad reaction: y- ir nerves simply quiet down to normal again. ? Be sure you take only Bayer Aspirin, because the genuine does not affect the heart, lerange the digestion, or form a habit. All Chemists sell genuine Bayer Aspirin in boxes of 12 tablets, also- bottles of 24 and 100 tablets. Bayer Aspirin costs no more than the uncertain imi tations and' loudly advertised substitutes, which ; physicians would not think ...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MYORA ESTATE Government Purchase Not Favoured Locally MOUNT- GAMBIER. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

MYORA ESTATE Government Purchase Not Favoured Locally ... - MOUNT- GAMBIER. Monday. . The/ published .announcement ..that the (Government has completed arrangements for the repurchase from Mr! A. E. Bow* man nf f Iia * Mvnra. T&rtjtt*. flnri nrnnafced to. devote tie area to purposes of affores tation, .has been received 'with mixed feelings locally.. .... i The. property, which comprises approxi mately 1OJO0O' acres, is situated, about nine] miles to. tb'e east of Mount. 6am.bier'. The previous. owner was Mr. 6. A. Fritchsrd ?who, over a long series of years, did much fe- improve the' property, and 'consolidate; the run. The land is somewhat light in character, and when stocked' beyond cer tain' -limilts, is inclined to drift on the ridges. 'To counteract this. tendency, Mr. Pritchird planted thousands of pine trees, chiefly Pfaug insignia on the poorer por tions, of. the property, and the existence torday of numerous .heavy, well doveloped. belts of 'timber, testify to the ...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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