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

FOR ALL SPORTS READ THE NOTES .' .'?=- ' -;? '.IS / - r. \t EVERY FRIDAY'S ISSUE JHE REGISTER.

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LONG ROAD TO RECOVERY NO CHANGE IN KING'S CONDITION LONDON, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

IRECOVE^ I NOMNGEimW ??? 'lONDONi jahiiaiy'7. 'C- .'The King has had a fair, night, but thert is no 'change ' te^repoirt in his condition. -.'i- fhiE- bulletin, sicned bv Sir Stanlev Hewett; Sir --Hugh Rigby, ? and Lord Dawson,'. jras issued from. Buckingham Palace : at 11.30 a.m. . ;_.-'.. ?';» An air of greater hopefulness pervades the Palace. The night bulletin was regar ded as. highly satisfactory; yet, although the morning's statement says his condition m unchanged, it is understood that tHis Majesty is still on the up grade. ' ' .'? 'A QUIET DAY' Some Improvement Noted LONDON, January' 6. At 8.15 p.m. Sir Stanley Hewett and Lord'Dawson issued the following bulle. tin:-r . , ' . .;, . . , , -The King has had a quiet day, and there U jonw Improvement In his con dition. It was learnt at.the ialace that the King had progressed satisfactorily in the past 24 hours, and -it was suggested that this .was possibly attributable to His Majesty ' having been moved to the larger and more in...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TRAFALGAR LOG BOOK Entry of Nelson's Historic Signal [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

TRAFALGAR LOG BOOK Entry of Nelson's Historic Signal The .log book of HJJ.S. Euryalus. the ship which played so important a- port in theba-tlle of Trafalgar, has been pre sented by Mr. E. S. LamDlouiih. an unaerwrinng member, to Lloyd*. The Euryalus was Nelson's signal frigate at the battle, and the Deriod covered by the historic manuscript is from Hay 33, 1803, to March 11. 1S06. ' The manuscript, writ ten in a clear hand, supplies full infor mation as to the movements, discipline, victualling, and daily routine of a Bri tish ship of war during one of the moBt crucial periods of naval history. The log-book contains one of the most vivid accounts of the action, and men tions the numerous signals the ? vessel transmitted. One of these signals is Nelsons historic message:— 'England .ex pects that every 'man willdo his duty.' THE SIGNAL. . ; This signal. has sometimes been 'doubted u being historically correct, but a pai-' Bage an the log proves it to be authentic beyond any shadow of ...

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

illllllllHiiin^ I IT5 NEW-THE FINE CARefL^W PRICE' ? ^^M^Rr^^B^^^^Hni I /I ' ? ' I I ^Bi^BSiS^ilM With tbe prtMMition of the new Oldstnobile Six theft is created a new standard of excellenct in a fine car of low price — for this bigger, finer and mote beautiful ?^0m* ? (ar represents the greatest single step Oldimobile has ever f TB taken in its 'Policy pledged to progress.' See it. Yon II JHm am^^ quickly become enthusiastic over its new beauty. *iC^I*W#*| 'ts superlative performance,'' Its' unique ^pjt^ » ??* f|^ luxury and comfort. '' '? . 81 Franklin Slreeh Adelaide Cenh522d..v ;1

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
RECORD HAUL OF ALLEGED SLY GROG [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

REGOftD HAUL OF ALLEGED SLY GROG ' Some of the beer commandeered by the 'police ,at the alleged sly grog house at Uraldla. More than 1300 bottles. In addition to two kegs of. wine, were said to have been found beneath the floor of the house. ' Some of the beer commandeered by the 'police ,at the alleged sly grog house at Uraldla. More than 1300 bottles. In addition to two kegs of. wine, were said to have been found beneath the floor of the house.

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GREAT BOXING PROMOTER DEATH OF TEX RICKARD and Money .NEW YORK. January 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

GREAT BOXING PROMOTER DEATH OF TEX RICKARD Man WBo Made Champions ? and Money ? ' '- ' .NEW YORK. .'.Tnntinrv B George L.. (Tex) Hickard,. promoter of championship prize fights,: died at Miami Beach,' Florida, to-day, after' an 'operation for /gangrenous appendicitis.' ci

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SALOON KEEPER TO ENTREPRENEUR By The Register Boxing Writer [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

SALOON KEENER TO ^ENTREPRENEUR By The Register Boxing; Writer The,- fame of 'Tex' Rickard has reached the 'most remote parts of,' the. gldbe, for he ' promoted the world's biggest fights, with such success that toD fliiiht boxinz became a sort of. eternal trinngle— the :hampion, the challenger, and Tex Rick »rd._ Rickard caine to the fore at a time when boxing had been discredited as a result of the long supremacy of Jack Johnson, and he made fight promoting a icience and a business that provided huge returns. . A familiar, figure on Broadway with his itraw hat and big cigar^he was the most wnght after, and most talked of man when jig contests loomed large on the;: sporting lorizon. ? ? ? ? SALOON .KEEPER'S AMBITION -? More than a decade ago, when'; he was a saloon proprietor, Bic kard often spoke of the', days 'when he would stage : world championship heavy weight bouts, and his brightest dreams were realized. Big Jim Jeffries, with his shaggy breast and massive shoulders, had reti...

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

BjUOCEE BROS.-8 Brookljn 8al«J«tdfc Al*-- lnte -Sale, Frldty next. Boon.' HitUh. 4 inittt, » jm, BUa»-The n«PP«. 1. *? HOI, atnrt rtwet, Qltaelr. X 1ST6. Mx ONKAPARINGA RACING MB ONKAPARINGA COURSE Easter fonday~Aptil . lit, 1929. £5,100 8™5L £5,100 PRAflRiUHE ?^?TBUL STAKKa— A Htqdlotp of £100. 8«iolhoti. to ««ive i«, and third Jtorie £ »0 out ot the prite. For all horxr tbit m to Him of ttarthw h»«not won (on thi FUt) a prta or p»rt cl a priit ot th« t»1m ot £80 at o«t. Iflrot handicap weight 1 it.. Nomination, £1; A^ptonw, £1. Onl mile 10 «nd three-tlghtlu '^HAOTJICAP HBOTLE RACE-r^ '!?? Second hone to receive £100, and third how £50 out ot the pri». The winner (alter ded«ra tion d -sseljtos) ot aoy Handicap Hurdl« Raw or Steepl«ch-ue of the valus to th» -winner of £100. and up to, but not indmira of. £800 to any 5 ft. ertra: o« £S00 or?o;|r. 7 tb. extra. Kaminttlon. £lj AcMptinct, £2. Two miles right chains *nd fivt yard*. ONKAPAB1NOA CUP.— A Handicap of £SO0 Stcond hone to rtwi...

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

Permanent Waving . Permanent wave is the greatest possible boon. It saves trouble and ensures an attractive appearance under the most try ing. drcumsUinces. This 'is especially the ' case if you iudulge in various sports, and bathing in particular. It doesn't follow that the whole head requires it— many women just have their side pieces waved to avoid those wispy ends that moke for untidiness, and are the inevitable result of 'being out in wind or rain. The secret jf satisfaction in permanent waving is 'to have ii done by a specialist who knowi by experience exactly how to. treat all the' different kinds of hair successfully. The important points in permanent waving sre:— 1. Judging the nature and quality of the hair. 2. Selecting the method best suited to your requirements. 3. Judicious application of the 'softener.' 4. Adjust ment of the winding according to tex ture. And S. Timing of (teaming. Per manent waving would be greatly simplified if every woman's hair precisely resembled...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A TALK TO HOUSEWIVES Food and Water Supply [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

k TALK TO HOUSEWIVES Food and Water Supply Dear Housewives All— , : It is still holiday time for a good many people, and even honorary committees seem to think that they have a right to irop tools tor a season, so, in' spite . oi me's anxiety to obtain certain information rom the association in other States, a )lank silence is all that results from letters lent there. I cannot, therefore, tell you at the pre lent moment what is. the intention of the )ther divisions with regard to the Patter son butter scheme. 1 do know that the Victorian housewives are opposed^ to; it, but have refrained from direct action out )f .sympathy with those engaged in tne Dutter industry. It seems fairly certain, though, that the recent rise in the price will sting .them to action. I would also like to draw your attention to the question of our own- dried fruits. [ have asked growers at various times, irhy it was necessary to - find a foreign market, when so much -could be consumed, here in* Australia, and...

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

Nursery Lampshade It you would Improvise an original Inverted shade for Indirect Jghtlng In thi nursery, a Japanese parasol In oiled paper l- very effec tive. . It should, ot course, be In light-colored tints. In order that the Illumination Is' sot too 'much obscured. The best method of Bxing Is to saw oS the wooden handle near the frame, and then hang tne: shade on three colored silk cords, tying them to the rtbisnd tasking Jhtju u&jto Uj«_seillng_fl$tar«v

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

to Lift Pies . Pies having no upper crust, espeelaUy when Hied with same kind. ot. custard, are- not sully] restored from tha tins when baked, rbe: quickest' and safest method Is' to ar range! three strips of gressed paper .across the1 bottom of the tins before - putting the crust Into them. Let these strips hang over the sides; and when the plea are baked they may be easily and immediately transferred to - plate by using the strips as levers.

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

THE REGISTER PATTERNS The bloomer Is to-day the most use. ful .garment. In the . wardrobe of woman, girl, or child. Also: It is a nonular olft: a daintv nalr of erene da chine bloomers with two tiny. frills of real lacs at the knee Is a charming present to receive. This pattern Is made with elastic at waist and knees. Sizes are maids 15 to 17 years, or S.W., medium, and out sizes. Similar bloomers can be supplied for every age from one year upwards. To obtain pattern, write to Lady Kitty, The Register Office, enclnlng ninepenee In stamps foi oacn one re- quired. The pattern* cost ninepenee each, postage free to any part of the - Common---salth. ?' To obtain pattern, write to Lady Kitty, The Register Office, enclnlng ninepenee In stamps foi oacn one re- quired. The pattern* cost ninepenee each, postage free to any part of the - Common---salth. ?' THE REGISTER PATTFRNS. j . . 'C/o.Lady.Kttty. I The Register OTiw, Grenfell street Adelaide. Please forward. post free pattern No. - ..illu...

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

NOT YET. Vicar (uncertain of date when ruling in certificate of baptism)— 'Let's see, this is the nineteenth,- isn't itf ' Mother— 'Oh. lor', no, sir! Only the eleventh!' ?

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

MOTORISTS ASSISTED -Automobile Association, returns fot De cember show that in the road service de partment _607 . calls _ were received from lared with 513 calls for December,. 1827); 127 breakdowns were attributed to car buretter trouble, 142 to ignition, 86 to ;yres, 82 to battery; 170 unclassified. Juides on patrol work covered '6,074 mileB n the. country, and 8,324 miles in. the oetropolitan area, a total of 14,393 miles compared with 11,737 for December, 1927). During December of 1027, 288 itineraries Fere issued to members', covering a total nileage of 92,478; whereas during last notith 640 were issued covering 152,430 niles: 484 enquiries were dealt with per onally by the touring department, and 117 by mail, making & total of 901 (cotn jared with 690) ; 536 rooms were reserved it country hotels for members proceeding m tour, and 76 letters of introduction to cindred bodies in other States were sup plied. In the technical department in Jecember, 1927. 40 cases were re...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GRAND DUKE'S DEATH CAUSES DISMAY Emigres Seeking a Leader. PARIS. January 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

GRAND DUKE'S DEATH CAUSESDISMAY ?,-,, Emigres Seeking a Leader . ,. PARIS. 'January 6. Toe death of the Grand Duke Nicholas has created a difficult situation tor the millions (o£ -Russian emigres, who are scat tered over Europe, for he was head of a secret military organization embracing practically all the exiled ex-officers of the Russian Imperial Army. The Grand Duke lived in state at An tibes, and directed a. large, general staff. His house was defended .by machine guns day and night, which prevented several well-planned attempts at assassination. His organization was ready to return to Rus sia and establish a military dictatorship at the moment the Soviet regime failed. The Grand Duke and. the organization were opposed to the Grand Duke Cyril's claim to the Russian throne. Nicholas was never a claimant, and it is believed that he designated in his. will .the candi date he favoured for the crowd; if }t should ever become vacant. A Bection of the Russians living in exile, notably...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
"NO CREEPAGE" Position at No. 1 Quay [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

'NO CREEPAQE' Position at No. I Oiiav Commenting yesterday on the state ment that a creepage was threatened al No. I Quay, Port Adelaide, the chairman of tnp Hnrhnnpn 'RnnrA IXtm ? V A iiarpuharj said it was to be regretted that such a report should have been made. 'The position is,' he added, 'that work at the wharf has not actually been com pleted. Several tie rods were recently renewed, and the soil from the excava tions (which has now been replaced) is consolidating under tlie pressure of heaw wheat traffic to the four-masted ship Beatrice. Upon her departure the line will be raised to its proper level. A con siderable amount has been spent in seve ral repairs at No 1 Quay, mainly in re decking, while the southern, shed has been reroofed and its floor' raised.'

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ENGINE EXPLODES Motorist Killed While Cranking Car SYDNEY. Monday: [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

ENGINE EXPLODES Motorist Killed WMJe Cranking Car SYDNEY .Mondav: Fatal consequences. followed the unusual methods adopted by a party of motorists to ? start 'their, car - when they were ? de nv*rl hv an enirina fault on the ro&d at EUenborqugn near Jtvempsey. When the usual 'methods -failed to set the engine running, a. quantity qf petrol was poured into the cylinders. * The en gine was cranked, exploded, and a piece of metal struck Patrick O'Neill in the face and passed out the back of his bead. O'Neill died in hospital. He was' mar- ried! had nine children and lived at Cess hock.' ??.:? :? ; ?-..???-. . ? \

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CHESS CHAMPIONSHIP Won by Crackanthorp PERTH. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

CHESS CHAMPIONSHIP Won by GrackaiittioriK - : '? PERTH. Mondav. The tenth round of the Australian chess hampionship resulted:—' ' ' v: * '' '?'. J. Crackanthorp (JT.S.W.) beat 0. -undersen (V.), 32 moves; L.Yorakman WJi;) beat C. J. S. Purdy (N.&.W0i M; J.' KoBhnitetyi fQ.) beat. B. :J. .HiU. N.S.W.)^; A. E. Coleman :(VV^.),beat I. C. Ryan (W-A.)-;1 20; J. O'Brien- (W.A:) Irew. with A.E. Morris '(W-A^iS.;7*' Although -tlie final 'ronnd ?hai'.not been misted, Crackanthorp (N.SiW.)' has won nth eighthalf-wins and Tounkmon (WJV;) s .second with eight, third place, is- still n donht. ' : ' .' ?'?. '???:.? ';'?, In to-night's; games Koshmtskyv (Q.), -eat jCrackanthbrp- (N.B.W.); r 47 , move*; tforris (W.A.), drew* ' -with Youhkman [WJl.), 24 mores; Sayera (WX), beat 3oleman (Wi.); U moves; Ryan (W.A.), ieat O'Brien (WA.). 51 moves; Purdy [N.S.W.), and Hill (N.S.W.), in progress. Crackanthorp sustained his first defeat !o-night.- '.....

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

There'* no mate-belkvc tbouttlic action of FLY-TOX. ' It dcfafalf kills all kbd» of household insect pest*. FUetf mosquJtoes, ants tad flea* wither under its fin^rast spny. Its action is quick, certain, . i . «irt There is nothing like FLY-TOX— the jtandard insect ? disinfectant of the world... ? \ ^A new dripless Sprayer has been intro duced ; neV cans with patent 'pourers' are available. ' FLY-TOX is on . ' sale at all good stores. Buy it. ..; ' -by Ae gallon and save 16/- \ - ? Produced by: Rex Spray - ; ^ Companies, U. S. A. Australasian Distributor* , Frazer. K. Best, Ltd. Brisbane, Sydney, I i ^ ?y t ? - .- - * --*'k' ' ' *''? A;' i - i * * ' \ ' , ' - ' .: ^SsWrf^ '? Produce of Sunny Pastures ^wfflr'^^jl^' Delicious full-cream cheese r- REX ^tw^ ' Luncheon Cheese— its flavour delight* ** ' fully piquant; its food value great; for it is never new and green or old and ' ' - , strong, but at the exactly correct stage *' - ,? ' V; of perfect maturity* ?'* ? _ . in handsomer-opal ...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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