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NOT HER FRIEND Unwilling Passenger in Car Jumps Out PERTH. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
;NOT HER JPRIEND tTni^rig^.Pa'sSerigei- in. Car ,.: .! '?*. ;', Jumps »Qut,' , ' . ''; .'.. '; .?:.;: 'i :'.-.i.r ?; ???'PERtH. Mondav. The case was commenced in .the City Court ? to-day. in which Herbert A.. Mit chell,-a'ged about- 45 years, insurance com nanv manacer. wai charced with having iinlawlully. aepnved ±.iame lima wood man, . aged. 23 years, owner of a library, Df her liberty by carrying her off in his motor- car on December 10. The hearing was not concluded . when the Court adjourned until to-morrow. Miss Woodman said that while standing it a street corner about 6-30 p.m., and waiting for a taxi' to take her to Clare mont, a motorist whom she mistook for i friend, asked if he might drive ? het borne. . She got in the front seat, but the man drove in . the oposjte direction, saying that' he had to deliver a message, ind would not be long. When she looked :loeely at him she saw that he was not her friend, and demanded to be allowed to get out, '- He drove faster, ' and af...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
I ' ?** AUCTIONS- ? ABSTBACT OF SALES BT AUCTION ? THIS DAY The S_A. Farmers' Co-operative Union, Ltd.— At Morphett itnet, at a 'quarter-past eleven— LJr« Poultry. A, W. Sandfort * Co., ltd.— At Grenfell street, at eleven— Dairy Produce. A. W. SANDFORD & CO.; LOOTED, OBENFELL STREET. PRODUCE SALES, Tuesdays tod Thursdays. at 11 s,m. FODLTBT SALES, Tuetdayt, Thursdays, aod Fridays,- at 12.30 p.m. ? ? , -S«6e ? - ? — ^ LIVE -POULTRY SALES. She SA Farmers' Coope rative , Union, Ltd., ?ill offer at their Morphett .Street, Salerooms, IJVB POULTRY on TUESDAYS, at .11.15 a.m.; THURSDAYS, 11.30 a.m.; FRIDAYS, 11.16 a.ra. , ? ' 8thfe A. E. HALL & CO., LTD., PRODUCE MEHCHANTS AND BCTTER MANU FACTURERS, HALL COURT, OFF WAYMOUTH STREET. live Poultry Sales every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday at 1* o'clock. ?? ? 8twfe ^ TO-MORROW '(Wednesday), at.!TWO. . AT CANTERBURY TERRACE (opposite Railway Station), CLARENCE PARK. J. A. SANDO & SON an Instructed by MR. F. H. TAYLOR (w...
THE WEATHER [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
THE WEATHER - ,' In the abtfTt map the isobars or Goes of equaf feSSetfTe jMrtt* ?On' an shown, the Values being indicated by the figures given at tht end of eaeh line. Direction of thfl wind is .shows, bjr arrows fyiqgj whk the wind:— ? ? ???-.*-..' Ught brecw 'n') : Moderate breeze'^Nssii n si - i ? Strong breese- - -?Cala»-i - O. represents calm. The stale of the sea is shown bythe'Iettiftt S. (smooth), M. (moderite^BJ^ugb),V.KJVejyrpMy. fitlding - ,' In the abtfTt map the isobars or Goes of equaf feSSetfTe jMrtt* ?On' an shown, the Values being indicated by the figures given at tht end of eaeh line. Direction of thfl wind is .shows, bjr arrows fyiqgj whk the wind:— ? ? ???-.*-..' Ught brecw 'n') : Moderate breeze'^Nssii n si - i ? Strong breese- - -?Cala»-i - O. represents calm. The stale of the sea is shown bythe'Iettiftt S. (smooth), M. (moderite^BJ^ugb),V.KJVejyrpMy. fitlding
THE LURE OF GOLD Trekking: From Mannahill MANNAHILL Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
THE LURE OF GOLD Trekking From Manmhill MASKAHILL. 'httmStr. Mr.W. H. Williama, manager of tbe Buffalo Gold Mine, accompanSd by three miners; passed1 through Mannahill on Sat urdav m roilti? nn tnik rnv tj\ th* minn roola. tanks and- stores have been delivered to the lease, and .active work will com mence this morning. Another party of three prospectors ar -ived at Mannahill' on Saturday, and have jonc west toward, the locality of the Homeward Bound Mine, north . of Man aahill.'; ? . - -. ? -? ? A further party, of two prospectors is busy endeavouring to locate a reet where some rich' floaters' were obtained: The. rich .discovery at the. Buffalo, has Irawn attention. to this district and caused quite a revival 'in goldraining.
NEW ZEALAND TEST AUSTRALIA BEATEN WELLINGTON '(N.Z.) Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
NEW ZEALAND TEST Australia beatei4 . WELLINGTOIf fN^.V. Sundar. The final rubber between Australia and New Zealand in the bowls test was played at-the -Wellington Club's green on Satur day. The weather in the morning was unpromising, aua ngiic ram ien, out we douds dispersed, and - the games1 were played in- brilliant sunshine on a perfect green. . ' - The ' New Zealanders again won on points, their aggregate being 144 to Aus tralia's 118. The grand agregate for the three rubbers was:— New Zealand, 445; Australia, 356. - Saturday's results were:— Rogersori (Western -Australia) v. Smart -(N.Z.), 22—19; Bleach (Victoria) v. Walker, 21— 30; Clarke (Victoria) v. Pilkington, 23— 20; Curran (Queensland) v Bell, 20—21; Griffin (N.S.W.) v. Scott, 17—27: Thom son OT.S.W.) v. Harraway. 15-27. One of the finest exhibitions of brfwle was provided in the Walker-Bleach game, in which there ^ere many thrilling moments. Walkers rink showed a com plete reversal of form on that of the prcvipus day, W...
LAST OF BRITAIN'S SQUARE-RIGGED SAILERS BARQUE GARTHPOOL MAKES A GOOD VOYAGE Apprentice Died in Bay of Biscay [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
LAST OF BRITAIN'S SQUARE-RIGGED SAILERS' (ARQUE GARTHPOOL MAKES A GOOD VOYAGE ' ♦ ADorentice Died in Bay of Biscay The last of' Britain' square-rlgtM sailing vantls, the .Garth pool, arrived In ballajt. at Semaphore. Anchorage on Saturday, an- It awaiting orders. She made a good non-stop voyage from Belfast, and out* eat farter than the Swedish barque Beatrice,- tot- a death occurred en hoard early in : the voyage. : . * Leaving Belfast on October 5, the Garth tool travelled at a speed that many tramp teamers could not have excelled. On December 21 ahe covered 319 miles— more ban 13 knot*- and on December 16 316 niles were covered. For 27 consecutive lays she averaged 248 miles a day, and to he Cape the. average' was 250- mile* a day, xactly 13 weeks being taken on the voy ge. She took 41 days. -to-the -Equator, ,nd 4BJ days from the Equator to Borda, Her master, Capt..* David. Thomson, is iroud of his ship, .apart from tlie. fact hat she has the distinction of- being the ast Britis...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
The famous' AERTEX. ' ^-*'^'^L ' ' ' ' ' ' ' MEN who live in the tropics know from, .. . . experience how adequately AERTEX underwear proteds them from die terrors of the scorching «un. All dty through and all ' night long the wonderful cellular weave of AERTEX allows your skin to breathe and keeps your body at an even temperature . . under the most adverse conditions. . Obt*JnablefromaUHoskn.DnpeTsand ' WGG&f&jBGSSK ? Outfitters. In case of difficulty apply to ?*MpM^|sflaJKiBM - ' Mr. H. O. S. DREW '#Mn*f$ 313/315 FLINDERS LAKE, !#S^T^SS! MELBOURNE, Australia. 2&&£3gj£ra& Egbraentatxve of the CtUutor Ooching Co. wMMMMBHWiSS* -hi, ttWpptomctaofc Trade only. ^SSfSSS^HT a. 3 tlW TtiUter Skint Cnticnra ShaTiar Stick Freely Lathering Medlriaa! and Emolliejat J URAXOSm J y r^-1 ,- in 1 1 ^ the perrefi breakfaft 1 FOR YOU, an orange, sweet and golden, a | m crisp,- sharp-tasting apple ♦ ♦ . or will you 1 I savour the shy taste of an apricot, the exq...
LATE SPORTING WOODEND ACCEPTANCES Run To-morrow . NOVICE HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
LATE SPORTING WOODEND ACCEPTANCES RaA . To-morrow. NOVICE HANDICAP. Et a. tt. a. Canto ? 9 0 Princess Bizzlo 1. 11 Gracebura . . . . 8 10 Blcncalm ... 1 JO Shady San .... 8 8 KaiK.t Wings . 7 ?- Bex Anranlie .- '8r 8 ? ilwlpjlla- .??:: ?' -? Prince Archery . ' 8 4 Sweet Btrry' , ''7 -4 Maitatls .... 83 Wdkpoken . .-. 7 1 Bnmninr .... 82 Struck Oil ... i' 7 O Prince luclen .81 ? . ? MAIDEN PUTE. ;! ''' ? ???? Flvt aiid a half torlonpr. '-' ?? Dream HoM'. . ? 8 11 Haftlam . . ....-7 10 Prince Salatil .87 Kllmally . . .. j. 7 8 8w«t Berry . , 8 « Little tola . . 7 7 St Flavian ...SO Submit ?. .- '. . : 7 6 All Prophet ., 8 1- Matiitfate ... 7 6 Anor ..... 83 rrcicnt Again ... 7 C Precocious ... 8 8 Foiftari J... . . .7 t. Tamarlne . , . - E 3 Final Rose . . . -7 0: Boyttt . , ... 8 £ LadyAdMtotf. 7 0! Tlmcnlo . ; . . 7 13 Xady'Dtrrlnrat. 7 0: HILLSIDE ?HIOHWEIOHT. ' ? One milt. ' ? : Googee Bay . . 10 10 (kelbng .... '8 7. Wtranle . ... . 10 1 ' Naranthie ... 8 5 Stralla .... 0 0 Splno...
OBITUARY, [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
OBITUARY. 'Mr..' William Atkinson,' an old and highly ' respected 'resident of Mount Barker, died-' on Sunday, in bis seventy ninth ' year. ' 'He' had ' been in 'failing ueaiiu lor some .lime, jir. .aiKinson spent practically the whole'.of his life in the Mount Barker district. He wag born at Blakiston (near Mount- Barker),- and early in life went, into business.' . His . wife died ' several years ago, -and the only, surviving members of his family are two sonB— Harvey and Walter. Mr. Atkinson was a' member 'of the Jlonht Barker. -District Council, for: more than ?0. years. ago, and be was -also a member of . the; Foresters' Lodge. ' He was con nected.- with ' the Mount Barker Bowling .Club for' a long- period, . ....
ATHLETICS. PLYMPTON EVENING CONTESTS [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
ATHLETICS. PIYMPTON EVENING CONTESTS : ' The- evening, contests, arranicea ior «ejiu»« by the Hympton Amateur Athletic Club on Monday, at Wcigall Oval attracted Bprlntera, middle diitanee runners, and walkers. K. Cran well, a ne* Aerober, scored in the hundred yard* handicap, and he Sniahed wcond in the quartet mile event, which went to W. L. Forajrth, att«« a Ktnwfliil run. ? J. Fishlock, who to the mo* improved walker to th« dub; took the trophj 'for the heel-and-toe contest, .with the duo secretary, P.. C. Campbell nearest of the othm*. 100 Yards Handicap.— E. CrureeU (1 ydOi XF. ,J. -Carney (»cr.), F. Umkto («). 00*1 ?tarter*- V. L. Towyth (Si), X.-V. Wller (»)i P. C. W. Campbell 10}. Won by half a yard. Time, 11. ? ? '? - ' Quarter-oile ?Handicap.— W. Ii. Fonyth (» ydi.).:B.--!ranwtU (1). F. Umkto (18) . 'Other rttrtonr-W.-J.. Carney (scr.), A. W.. MUlet (30). ?' Won- bj 2 yard*.- Time, 57. . ; One-mile Waft.— J. Fithlock (allowtd 38s.), P. O; yt. Campbell (7s.). A. W. MlUtr (7...
LILLA BRINGS WATER; A Servant of Burmah [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
umf brings WtVteb: A- Servant ? of Buiinari^ -ByjijorpthV BlacE' '' Ljlla has a rW(;'-jh''iis nose, one-ifl' each. ear- ,and one'iipph :his, big tp?.'/','--;^ Among tbe'-other \ervants in' iie .house ibld Lilla is a man. of no accdunt'jilmost skin to the untouchables, »o Bumble- and lowjy is he; Aetually he is'.-worth-'tho rrhole lot of them put together M far as ibilhieJgo.:.:.'-:^: ;'; 'r-iU--- In an emergency '.there ii'no:onff-! job that' Lillav cannot- and will not'idb, weor iniria .bat to match. ?: '. '.??'??CtfO: : Is thecook sick!' Lilla is.ofi-.tp the bazaar in i cook's bat to do. the .day's marketing, and in due* course hevwill -turn oiit as' good, a .dinner as the rthree .'times ishiRhly-'paid servant ie is actinfirfor.' a Are.we:jhorthanded'at tabje,'? '. 3ebold Lilla,' A wearing .a butler's turban, and a white coat whereon eacji button is^ahin tog . silver . sixpence, 'waiting at . table. : ? XUkY main', occupation is -'water. He carries it/ heats it, 'and washes; Tip w...
Women's Page PRISON REFORM RESPONSIBILITY OF WOMEN VOTERS. INTERVIEW WITH MRS. J. P. MORICE [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
RESPONSIBILITY OF \^ INTERVIEW WITH MRS.- J. P. MORICE ? : ' - - ' South Australian women have a pride in their State, as the pioneer in '.many reforms in which women 'take a special interest, sni are ant to look back on the period since- tbe granting of. the vote as one. of consistent progress. Women's societies hare multiplied, and there are women on -the boards of most ? of the public institutions and on many humani tarian committees. ' Has it brought the millennium hearer; or does it represent mere talking? , ...... Looking Back There is at least one leading social worker of Adelaide, of the generation which Bought the vote, who believes that women still have much to do in South Australia to justify the faith that was in them. Mrs. J. P. Jlorice, .pillar of the Free Kindergarten Association and ? one of the ' founders and first presidents of the Women's Non-Party Association, frankly confesses her disappointment with what she has seen accomplished daring I life singularly devote...
AUSTRIAN WOMAN'S SUCCESS [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
AUSTRIAN WOMAN'S SUCCESS Slargarete Geyling, inspector of the women's trade schools, was nominated as tKe first of her wx as sektionsrat in tho Afinislrtf nf PnmTnnrM anil TrnHi* Vmw Ueyhng n well known in the circles of the Austrian women's movement. . as she haa been a co-worker in the National Council of Austrian Women for many ycarB. She is a member of the council's commission for education. In her profes sional work she is appreciated as a skilled organizer. The1 ? women's trade srhooln of- Vienna and Nether-Austria- are iinder her supervision. -
FIREBREAKS JUMPED Ravages in New South Wales SYDNEY Monday [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
FIREBREAKS ^JUMPED Ravages in ? .New South Xhebuah fi^e' at Holbrook, near Albury yesteWay, crossed the firebreak 'made at McLaurin's pr&perty;' and' advanced to ward- Dalriada 'and-7 Crbma.- o'wnpd hv Mr. k.'i Muagrave.-^ ?'?? Mr;'- James McLaurin nras severely 'burned while he was 'driving i motor tractor, drawing a tank of water in front of the fire. Many residents have responded to the :all for 'assistance, and have gone out with rater carti. - Mr. Kerry's property in ;lie hills .suffered damage, 1,800 acres being iwept by the flames. The fire is now in the hill country, be jreen Holbrook and Yarra, arid the fire ighters are burning breaks to confine it ;o the hills. , BLUE MOUNTAINS BLAZE LITHGOW SURROUNDED. -??'.;. '-.'. SYDNEY, Monday. The, bush -fires, which thare- threatened several .town's' iri'.the Blue Mountains have spreadito the '.vicinity of Litheow, which late to-night was ringed with fire. ? Many men.' were fighting the flames. Farther -west, -near Tarana, f...
PSYCHOLOGY OF LADY MACBETH "Not a Fiend and a Monster" [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
PSYCHOLOGY OF LADY 'Not a Fiend and a Monster' An unusual form of lecture was de livered at a. conversazione of the Etho ogical Society in London, when Miss at' Lady Macbeth, occasionally illustrat ing her points by acting the part, for tvhieh she had specially dressed. Lady Macbeth, she said, bore the charac ter of being one of the most-talked-about iroraen in the world. . . She was riot, however, a fiend and a monster. 'To my mind,' said Miss Ber inger, 'Lady_ Macbeth .was not hannted by a conscience. If her plan had » suc- ceeded she would have lived on, a happy contented woman.' After all. the lecturer' added, she was only a woman of her period, who thought nothing of removing the people who stood in her way. As a woman, however, of overwhelming a/nbition, she was the prototype of many women of all ages, including to-day. . _ 'I see Lady Macbeth.' said Miss Ber nger. 'as a typical Scotswoman, with lightish red .hair and grey-green eyes. I would describe her as an unimaginative, ...
TOWN & COUNTRY TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
By x'liz&betk. Leigh. 'Tell me,' I said to my charwoman, 'Amelia, 'what do you think ' of- the ?imple life?' . 'Amelia . hung up my second best jumper and took the' pegs -but of - her mouth before replying.' '' ' '' ?I -worked 'for .two of -them, once,3' . she' said ;.affably. 'Two of the Simple. Lifers, I qneaii. They were my Second Thursdays, aud they .lived in a roof garden :.andr picked nuts off a nutmeg tree- that they grew in a Chinese flower pot. On' Thursdays' we always had watercress picked fresh from the spouting,, and the robins -and thrushes picked the crumbs off the grass. There was' a bell in the nutmeg tree 'that Bounded in the wind as if tHe cattle were' calling across the hills; just the littje- tinkly sound that cowbells make nr the distance.- They, were 'very young, of course, not more- thim 20 and* a bit toek, and I' must say I..used to^enjoy that watercress; with the sound of thev stream:- running ? by in the spouting. 'Arcady' they called their place, a...
HOSPITAL LEGISLATION Ministers Confer [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
HOSPITAL LEGISLATION Ministers Confer The visit of the Chief Secretary (Hon. H. , Tassie) to Melbourne and ? Sydney was mainly concerned 'with private busi ness: but while in the New South Wales capital he had an informal interview witu the Minister of Health for that State (Dr. Arthur) in the hop of securing informa tion relating to the ' proposed- :.Tiew hos pital legislation there, wbich'.-tt-ouid be of value in connection with South Austra lian administration. ' Mr. Tassie found, however, tht the mea sure wits not sufficiently; advanced for such a review, and also that it was likely that in the near future Dr,. ^Arthur' would visit Adelaide to ascertain; whether ho could discover anything in South Austra lian hospital control which -would help New South- .Wales. . ;, .':.'. ,?;.?;.
LETTER FROM LONDON Gossip Of The Week LONDON, December 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
|ET^ER^ ?®&M;i;M:'^'M-£k- From Our OWn Correspondent. _' uONDON, December 6. uno thing 1 like -in the -attitude of (he' public towards the King's illness. No matter how disquieting tho latest bulletin; nor what o-l-l«:. nf~~fate Rp^m Hirp^fn) a gainsf-.tteir Hop ea, .they, resolutely refuse to take a gloomy view , of the case.' If. there is anything in collective willing, TTiti ilajeaty should win through 'to recovery yet. ' .' ?????? ? Another charming fact is the democratic spirit that pervades the crowds around Buckingham Palace these days. Affection for the Throne, draws them, together;- hut there are £0- class' distinctions. ' To-day^ 1 paw a well-known peer, whose magnifi cent Kolla-Hoyce drew up outside the tailings, step across, the pavement to read the bulletin. As he returned to his car, a taximan drew his old 'mount' along side, and asked anxiously the latest news.' -The: peer told - him as carefully as though the ( .interrogator had .been a. bishop, 'Thantoi,' bi...
NEW SCHOOLS Two for Country [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
NEW SCHOOIS Two for Conritirv Port Broughton is to nave its:own higher pfimafy school. * The Minister of Education iXHon. SI. Mtfntosh) made that' annnnniwmonf —o teraay, explaining that there were al ready. 14 children ready to attend,. with the possibility of- an- increased roll in the near, future. . 'Any school,' he went on, 'may be converted into a higher primary if the Minister considers such a course war ranted,, and if the higher- primary classes have already . been educated up to the standard of seventh grade. These schools provide a course of instruction for two years for pupils who have completed the primary course and have obtained the qualifying certificate.' Several months ago the Minister ap proved of .the establishment of- a school on section 55, Hundred of Pinkswillinia, Eyre's Peninsula, the residents being pre pared, with the aid of. a loan, to erect a .suitable wooden, huilding. ..They .now propose to erect a stone school, and Mr Minister, has approved of a loan ...
HENLEY BEACH CARNIVAL Preparations for January . 28 [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929
HENLEY ^ BEACH ; 'CARNIVAL Preparations for January A. meeting o£, the general t committee of the Henley and Grange carnival,' 19W, was ? held, in the 'council chamber, of ? the local town hall last night, to further dis cuiw iiie arrangemenis lor tne carnival which will be held on Saturday, January 28 and Monday, January 28. The pro ceeds, of the carnival will go - to the 'fund for providing' a firebrigade for- the town. The mayor (Mr.;W. Barry) was. in the chair. ? ? A letter was. received intimating that His Excellency the Governor (Sir Alex ander Hore-Ruthven, V.C.), would be Pje««M ,t» accept the position of patron of the 1K» carnival. Also letters from M^E-K.. Barker. Mr; H. R. Gartrell, and Mr. W. 6. T. Goodman, accepting the positions as vice-presidents, and enclosina donations toward the funds. A letter was received from the Kcretary of thf CmDg, Dinrty Club, r^rrttinj ttatthw' *ould be unable to aisist with the carnival, as three of their dinuhlei; and most of thefr jailin...