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AT A SPANISH FARM [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

AT A SPANISH FARM Lady Sheppard writes in The London Daily Mail:— ? ? 'Would you perhaps care to spend a night at my quinta before you return to uigiana; asKea a Spanish friend, and ecmed surprised et the warmth which chich her casually proffered invitation ras accepted. 'I shall not be there myself,' she went in, 'but tbe farmer and and his family pill look after you, and the suite which [ occupy for a short time every summer s at your disposal.' So that is liow we found ourseif, a few lays later,-- with knapsacks on our backs ind .stout rope-soled alpargatas on our eet, descending from the diligence, pre iaratory. to' starting on an eight 'hours' ralk across the hills. - ' ,\- --- '??-.- CUPPED IN THE VALLEY ' | i'he orange gVovcs gavVplaCe to olive ind algarrobo tree;, und .'these', in their .urn, yielded vantage to the stiff umbrella pines which sentinelled the mountain ridge.-. Then far below us, cupped 'in' p ralTey so deep that .only .at midday could the sunshine reach its de...

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

Tojth'i Hotarj Clotha Holrt.— Medium tin. IS (t. dli.. ISO ft lint. £8 6/ am; arv- fee. 20 ft dla.. 170 tt. tint. £6 101. iBcInd ne erected concrete, (start*. Packed to. cean rr— Medium. £6: Urjce, £6 E/. A' Cmclw irtlcle; written guarantee inlnit wear, 10 reaii. ? Order— HARRIS. SCARPE'S, COutON PALMER'S. L. L. LAMBERT, tt fiiher strMt, rullattoo. Phone U«5'^ WP»lte

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

THE INVENTOR. An engineer, while explaining the opera tion of a machine in a factory, got so innoyod at the interruptions of a certain nan that he refused to contintue and walked away. 'Who is tbe fellow who Brctends to know more than I do about ist instrument!' he asked another, man. 'Ob, he's only the man who invented it!' was the answer. '_ '

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

MACHINING THIN 8ILK. If very thin material or silk, put strip riof paper over, and machine in iisual way; Paper will tear off afterwards, and prevent material catching. ' ?'?'„'?

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

WOMEN'S WORK IN SWITZERLAND Saffa was the name by which the Swiss Exhibition of Women's Work (Schweizensche Ausstellung fur Frauenar beit). recently half) of R»rna * woa lmn.m throughout the country. It was an am bitious but entirely successful effort on the. part of the women of Switzerland to show the various lands of work they are doing, what professions, trades, and indus tries are open to women, and' how the numbers of women wage earners and their rates of remuneration compare with those of men. The immediate object of the 'exhibition was threefold. In the first instance, it was a graphic attempt at a solution of the problem of 'what to do with our girls ' Parents visiting the 'Saffa' could see at a glance what careers were open to their daughters; clear, statistical tables showed the scales of remuneration and the chances of advancement; the education exhibit gavcivaluable information as to the various forms of training. In the second place, the exhibition shoved how to deal w...

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

INGOiD&POCKEti: lory Monorty, she met meiaVifit'iopr: 'Trouble* '.are Uke tfie croiMJl'J'the taid, 'They- travel by the score., X'-^'- '? '. 'wonder doit, the. Man Above' have ? paliCTCfl. unth-tlie. poor, : xNv;,' ,v 'lucking at His sleeve all day,': ::,- Begging [him for more!' Vi^i'^v 'l'vm m\Oodk pocket aK'-tft«iji^Ae,» ?-sdid^she, ?-? ? ' -? ' :. v.f 7:;.r;^:,v- 'AU Hhe ?daii I'm ^QideredVtmlh^fmy liqre,- . ? , ? \ ? ''o^f::^ BeohV ehilder,' feedin' jou&S-wtioi'wau .'iopiild I be' ? ' ?'. -V ^j^.r.v; Bui they faU.dsUip at ?ajt/:'on'5.jf)*ow ttme to' spare,', ?-,;. ::/???-}? For telling God the way 1 imiii'&jlmy long family P' (? «'' -\*Qi.f-.. . ~W. AT. L'e(ti,'M6re Sqhi'iXFrfm

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

Plaimar Original Bororiia flj Perfume (5 lizet) l/v-/6, 97-. 8/6, v^^i 14/8 cacIi ^g^^i^^^k Face Powder (3 ilxet) 1/6, V: V8 ^raB^^IH^^^^^^^^^^^r. ^mai and ' lew Year Greetisi BWWIiM ^^^^^^B^ I'ERTUME IN COT GLASS ??^^?B ^^^^^^ BOTTLES, DAINTILY . BUXK1). ^^^^^ ^^^ PLAIMAR LTD., PERTH. W.A. Special Sample Offer. Pill in .Kame ts4 Addrtn. »nd. socIom l/- ?& UFEBAU, ' v PJI. or itram lor wnpli et Peitans ud ' n Wh«Hsnd St. SUeibV ? Pomttr. ? : '? ?-?? - Him* .. .. .. .. .. ,. ..... .. .. .. ~ 'obtiltuWe from Cbimiiti tad. Stores.. ^ Addna ? .. .. , ? ,. ,, . ? wrioutu . Cnrc ill r«ni!» ff«-nw« ina In» mUritlei B«h and EffertlT*. Pilea . tj pit to. Ettn Speclll. 10/ Solt Acmt— R. J. POULTON, Chemist, US BOURKE ETRCET. HELBOURNR BEDDING REPAIRED AND RETEASED. IOHN GALUGAN & CO. 120 Grenfell street (next Arcide) ?Phone tilt. Thont or writ*. ? W» all . for Bept*« w** ' . WPWJtt

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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ENGLISHMEN AT GEELONG Declare at 8 for 289 Local Men Avert Defeat GEELONG Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

ENGUSHMEN AT GEELONG Decjare at,8 for ^89 Local Men Avert Defeat '' . QEELONG.TMonday. ' Geelong cricketers put op a game fight against an English/eleven on the Corlo Oval to-day,. and mainly through. the splendid batting of A: . Urbahns, a defeat was averted. ?'. ^ Winnnig the toss, England batted first, and the innings. was closed at: the after-: noon tea .adjournment with- -7 wickets down for! 289.' .; « ? ;. ; Geelong' batted for an. hour and 35 minutes, and when stumps were drawn 0 wickets- had fallen for 124. runs. The wicket was in 'good condition, and thei weather warm. '?'..'?'?'' . During the afternoon there was an at tendance of more than' 3,500 people. 'The gate receipts amdunted to' £217. ... The teami were:— '?'. * ' ' England— J. C. White (captain), J. B. Hobbs- H. Sutcliffe, E. Tyldesley, W. B. Hammond, D. 'R. Jafdine, E. Hendren, G. Geary, M. Leyland, C. P. Mead, L. Amos, and H. Larwood (twelfth man). Geelong— P. Just (captain), I. More, W. Anderson, J. Chambers, W....

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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Education in the East LONDON January 6 [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

Edncation in the . Eait : JXUKTMXKi .TnTinniTr B. Sir Denison Ross, director, of the SchoJ j[ Orje.n^al Studies, left Londpn yesterday for ?$ \three?monlh« tour id . the. Near, and ^iddlk^V #ieh..he Ji8. making-fpt the purpolc :of 'studying 'some' of the changed conditions of recent years. At the invi tation of. the Persian Government,' Sir Denison will discuss with 'them' the ques tion of the modernization 'of the Persian educational aistem. ' : ?-

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

SNEpS SUMMER SALE We have just opened a large rtinge'otV - t#ERS. ALL MARKED AT i^E^SALtf RICES: ?' CUSHION COVERS of Black Sateen edges corded, hand painted with poppy' designs. SNEYD'S SALE PBIOE 2/11 EA CUSHION COVERS ot Black Roman Satin, edges corded, handsome designs of fruit and flowers, band painted. SNEYD'S SALE PRICE, g/g CUSHION COVERS of Black Kornin Satin, edges corded, hand painted with artistic designs of birds and small 'sNEYD'S SALE PRICE, g/11 CUSHION COVERS of Slack Roman.'- |l Satin, edges corded, beautiful designs of ' , pansiei. hand painted with luminous' .paints. ' ;-: ?' - .? ;.-.. .-? I SNEYD'S SALE PRICE, TT /I '1 :.EAi CUSHION COVERS of Black Sateen, edget corded, embroidered with coloured ? SQkK' '. - '?-.. -?? » ',-.'.-? . SNEYD'S SALE PBICE, ? 0/11; OTSHIO3J COVERS of Black' Seteen ,' edge* corded, conventional 'centre design. Embroidered with coloured ' silks. ' -:? '?'? SNEYD'S SALE. PRICE,.' O/g ?CUSHION. COVERS of Blsclf IUlUn ? 'CIoth.'.tdgM corde...

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SCHOOL TEACHERS' MATCH Country Team Wins [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

SCHOOL TEACHERS' MATCH Country Team Win, At the Jubilee Oval on Monday a coun try . school teachers'' sixteen played a match against the city school teachers. Curator Schofield prepared a good wicket, ind the country batsmen remained in pos session until 4 o'clock. E. M. Weatberall «ras the star performer. He retired 'with 113 to his credit in two hours, after hitting i sixes and 13 fours.-.- .1. Paech also gave a capital display, fop-G2. The. inningn doBcd for 254. Hab'ich and Baggatt each secured three wickets. . :.?? ? The city 'teachers ? could .manage only M. Paech and Weatherall bowled' well, the firstnamed taking 4 for 9.' Richards came on late in the innings and captured 5 for 4. Scores: — . ? COUNTRY TEACHERS R. Smith, c. Wagland, b. Robinson . ) 2. Pearce, b. Raggatt ..' ? 26 R. Henuessy, b. Habich ? 3 E. M. Weatherall, retired .. .. -..-..?„. 113 U. Binncy, c. Jenner, b. Raggatt ... 7 [ Paech, c. Moyle, b. Robinson . . . . 02 W. B. Odgers. b. Biddell .: .. .. 0 P. McEntce...

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SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION McLAEEN TALE. January 7.— McLaren .T»le L, 8 for 142.— A. B. Johniton 29, W. Hairb'77 l.o., S. EtjTier 14; O. Hidford l'for 41. W. Sirri. 1 for SI; E. W.' OUver 4 tor -8V-^ ?. McLuen Vile B, 6 for 120— EUIt Martin' 37 n.o.. E. Hunt IS. Mix EUlt 23 n.o.; H. Ktdv tordJ for 36, H. Prl*«ore S.for 11, F. Prlw I for 16. Elite Martin 2 for 11, K, Scarcer 1 1 for 12. . Hatch drawn. PETERBOROUGH MATCHES Damn played ' Nackan. Scons: — Dannov 88.— Kennedy 12, Smart 14, Brand 15. UcLwn 17, Petal '10; Power 2 for 11. UcUahon'l' tor 19, Bryant 3- for 30, Nackara. 133.— Lambert S3.'' Bateson IS, Power 61; Brand 5 for 18.— West-Endi, 68.— Oarwood 29 not' out. Nelson 14; Nelion 4 for 17. Hethodlitf, 89.— S. Ind 18, Kelson 31, A. Ind 16; Nelson 3 for 20, Bottger 3 for 23, Sellars 2 for 12. '?-: BURRA CLUB. - BDEEA, Januan- 5. — The twelfth . 'StaRt lot the Koonoona- trophy wai find on Saturday' at BOO, 600,. anil 600 yards, senn'diota and two liRhter*, Conditions were changeable,...

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PRIMATE'S HEALTH MENDING LONDON. January 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

PRIMATES HEALTH T.romO'N. January 6. A bulletin issued at the Old Palace, Can terbury, to-day, stated that the Archbishop of Canterbury is mating favourable pro gress. A^'a'fesult, however; of a con sultation with Lord-Dawson and S^. Hugh Rigby, it has ,begn :decided that the Arch bishop must ?refrain' from undertaking pub lic engagements' f-* » few weeks,' trntil his health and : strength ire completely re .stored. ': ?---?*??: -;' r';--'i;'Ji; ' *

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
"DONT OFFEND AGAIN" Professionals May Regain Amateur Status PARIS, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

'DONT OFFEND AGAIN' Professionals May Regain Amateur Status . PARIS, January 7. The'. French Lawn Tennis ieaeranon has adopted the principle of restoring pro fessionals to their amateur status if they do not repeat the offence for which they were disqualified. This decision may »- store the Davis Cup player Feretj'-whb lost his amateur status simultaneously -with Mile. Suzanne Lenglen. V;;v;,'.i'

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PIOUS RESOLUTIONS'. PASSED Western Premier not Enthusiastic PERTH. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

PIOUS RESOLUTIONS. PASSED Western Premier not Enthusiastic y PERTH. Monday. Referring v to the Premiers' Conference, the Premier (Mr. P. Collier) said that unfortunately the date was not convenient for him,- and he would be unable to at tend. He said he wag not keen on Pre miers' Conferences, and could not remem ber anything of great consequence having been done by. one. They usually met arid passed pious resolutions, that was all. Loan council -conferences, however, were different. ' '?'. .

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

Union Meetings To-night Meat ? Industry.; Employes. ; Saddlery Trade Amalgamated -EnilnMrs Storemen and -Packers Implement Workers

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TRADES AND LABOUR ENGINEERS' HOURS [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

TRADES AND LABOUR ENGINEERS' HOURS Mr. P. A. Elhptt, organizer for the Amalgamated ' Engineers'. Union,' stated yesterday that be had received a telegram from Mr. C. E. Mundy (Federal, advo cate) to the effect that, no date had' been yet fixed for -the application of the 48 hour week to engineers employed in the agricultural implement' industry. ? .

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NOT TOO FLATTERING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

NOT TOO FLATTERING. Lady (to friend at the art exhibition) —'Oh, if only I could meet the man who painted tftt picture.' Flattered Artist (standing by)— 'AUcnr me to introduce myself, madam.' Lady— 'How charming— could you -tell me the name of your model's dressmaker £'

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SOUTHERN SEAS Monoplane Completes Maiden Flight [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

SOUTHERN SEAS Monoplane Completes Maiden A few. days -ago -the simple natives, of Samarai,. standing on the golden sands .of the- palm-fringed -beach, observed a tiny sueck in the blue 'Bky slimmerinK in toe sun, ana sueeumg rapiqiy iowotub mem. Nearer and nearer it came, gracefully dipping and swooping, until finally it de scended on the gleaming waters of the Pacific, and skimming shorewards, came* to rest 100 yards from the beach. It was a Junkers all-metal monoplane, piloted by Lieut. E. A. Mustard,. and earning two engineers, and was the latest addition to the fleet of aircraft of Guinea Airways, Limited. A remarkable enterprise, this Guinea Airways \ Service, brought into being by. the need for speedy transportation, from the goldfields to the coast. An enterprise ''carrying on' withont subsidy from any source whatever. Where, a short while ago, a tortuous journey bad to' be -under- taken from jungle to coast,, occupying six days of hard travelling, the distance is now covered...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A VERSATILE TOWN CLERK Resigned From Law Courts [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

A VERSATILE TOWN CLERK Resigned From Law Courts Mr. C. Budge has resigned the position of clerk of the . Insolvency and Local Courts .at Gladstone after 32 years' ser vice. For nearlv 40 veara he has been one of the best known an* most highly respected residents of the northern areas. He was mayor, of -Gladstone for a short period; he has been town clerk for 33 years; clerk of the district 'of Gladstone for 35 years; member of the school board of advice and school . committee for 30 yearg (half that -time as en airman); mem: ber of the institution .committee for 30 years (part time as president); was a founder and for 'many years a member of the ornamental grounds committee; has been secretary of the Oddfellows Lodge 33 years; is a Past Master of the Blue and Mark Masonic Lodges; was superintendent of the Methodist Sunday School 20 years; and has been a loral preacher for a longer period; has been assistant returning officer at Federal elections ever since the Com monwealth came int...

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