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BROADCASTING 5DN, Adelaide—313 Metres [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

BROADCASTING 5DN, Adelaide— 313 Metres; 7— O.l'.O. chimea. ' : 7.1— Time-in number. ? - ' 7.6— THB CHILDBES'S SESSION'. consUUng of bedtime atoriea and 'muilcal ntimbcrt for the. little one., .conducted by 'DADDY LON6LEGS' and UNCLE FRASK. ? . .. , . ??-.. ?!' 7.60— THE, EVENING NEWS SERVICE, sup-. piled txduiivclr to SDN'by'the proprietors ot The Newa. . . '.??;'.??? 8 — RerunU of to-night's programme. '? A pro gramme of rarlophone recording., tnpplied and ?elected' bv .Mesin. A.- W. DOBBIE t CO., LIMITED, of Rundle street. Adelaide!!. 8.1— EMJIY BETTENDOKF '. .'(soprano)— 'Woman's iove and Life''(9chumarin)-. 8.27-i-LTLT . LAPIDUS- (vocal)— 'He's Tall and Dark and Hand«ome'!-(Sbcrmail),*'Qet 'Em in a Ramble-Seat' (MarabalOi... * -. ',? 8.S4— MARIE CASLOVA ,- .(violin)— .'Jean- nine' (Silkret), 'AngeU MU' (Rapec). 8.41— POLYPHONIC CHOIR, in connection with the twenty-ninth Eucharistic Congrea. — 'Ave Verum Corpus' (Moreno), 'Tu E. Petrus' (Pettorelli). 8.50— STEFFY OOLDER OBMANDY (...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MOST POWERFUL ENGINE New Oil-Electric Locomotive [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

HOST POWERFUL ENGINE New Oil-Electric Locomotive ?An entirely new . type ' of :1ocomotive, s-hich- generates its 'own ? electric :, power, ia9 been evolved in Canjda ' (writes The to' ?supplant the mammoth coal locoruo tiy'ea, :which hare hitherto pulled passen jer.'and freight trains'. 'across '.the North American- continent.'- . Although- it re sembles, in appearance the power, unit of £ dmal] electric strain,:: Hb power 'is' im mense,: and it is- 'the '.largest locomotive of its type in the world.'; ''? '- \'S 1 The-.power fory the electric' units which propel the locomotive is generated by a number of Diesel engines, which burn erude oil. This principle of railway trac tion was first tried out in Canada in 1925, in the- forte' of a small oil-electric car. which, was run on suburban lines. The tests made. with this car proved that the oil-electric principle id the most economical ret.1 invented. , -In-, England ? the :saine principle has been applied by the London and North-Easte...

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SPORTS AND PASTIMES. RACING NOTES HANDICAPPERS DIFFER [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

SPORTS AND PASTHm RACING NO TlS BY TUSMORE. HANDIiEAPPERS DtFFER Apparently 3Ir. Clem Hij4 «W- twrnea the wights for the S-A-J.ONew Year's MeetingTand Mr'. B« A. Oxdm, whose ..i;n.«£?»nt-. ? fnr ? the- L.V.R-.C. fixture were' published m i&e iiegiswrou «.?«- day morning,- differ regarding, the .ability of Kidaides and Dartmoor. j ? . When Mr. G. Goudie issued the weights for the Port Adelaide Cup he.placed Dart moor on the 7 st. 8 Ifr.mark, and gave Kidaides 7 rt. 3.1b. Kidaides ran 'econd in the Port Cup, and Dartmoor finished ^.the New Year£ Gift Kidai'dea was advanced to 8 st. 7 lb., and he ran third, ?while Dartmoor, with 8 at. o B,.««i poor foorth. . -' ? ? Therefore, after having been beaten twice by Kidaides, Darbnoor'was asked to concede the. Aides gelding, 6 lb. in the Licensed Victuallers^ Handicap on Satur day, the former having oeen allotted. 8 St. 10 ft. and-Kidaides 8 st. 4 lb. If figures count for anything, Kidaides naturally would have been expected to finish...

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LOST HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

LOST HOPE. .'Jack— 'By-the-way, ? Joe, don't worry any- more about that money- you owe me.' Joe— 'Why? Don't you want it?'' /*Xot that, hut there's no use both 'of us worrying about it/v ? .- -; ?'?'.'.

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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THE SOCIAL ROUND [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

?THE SOCIAL'- ROUND. Mr. and Mrs. H. Gill Williams have returned' to Northcote terrace, Medindie, from a stay at Mount Breckan, Victor Harbour. Mr. and Mrs. P. Minims, will return So Melbourne to-day. MiflB P. Acrarnan has returned to North Adelaide from a .visit to, Victor Harbour. 'Mr. and Mrs. Milward Grey left on rhursday on a visit to Sydney.1 Mr. and Mrs. Rennie, of Melbourne, ire staying in North Adelaide. Miss Mary Acraman, of North Adelaide, s at Mount Barker. Mrs. Stewart Field, of Senmark, is on 1 visit to Adelaide.* Miss M. DostvpU has returned to North Adelaide from Largs Bay. Miss Minnie Bosnian is visitinc; Mel bourne. Miss Kitty Lawrance has returned to North Adelaide from Largs Bay. Miss Betty Phillips, of St. Peters, h itayrag at- Victor .Harbour. Mrs. McLennen and Mrs. Chatfield left ay the Comorin last week on a visit to Colombo. Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Padman, of St. I'eters, left on Sunday for Melbourne to lie present at the marriage of their rouneeKt son. They were...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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Asparagus Mould [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

Asparagus Mould Drain the liquid from a tin of aiparsgut, and add 1-plnt ot water, pinch of salt, a cup of chopped celery, pepper to taste, the lolee of a lemon, and s few plecu of mac*. Bring to the boil, soak half-a-packet ot gelatins in water for five minutes, and add to boiling stock, stir veil; then line a mould with that asparagus tips. Ml the centre with shredded celery, sad pour the liquid over ML Set on Ice, and serve with whole lettuce leaves and sliced beetroot. ?

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CHILDREN AND A SENSE OF HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

CHILDREN AND 'A SENSE OF r-:;\ HUMOUR. ,,-. 'I always- try to teach my cmldren to ree tbe fupny'.side of things,', said a friend of mine recently. 'Don't you consider it „.,„ nf +lin finp«(-. hprita'ses we can itivc them?' Considering that many seeming tragedies win be. transformed into comedies by the possession of a sense of humour, it was easy to agree with this wise parent's view that a not-too-serious outlook on life is a valuable asset. ' Even babies, as they look on life, with wide, wondering eyes, cannot resist the power of a smile for long. If the parents have an ever-ready smile the child soon begins to accept it as a natural state of affairs and soon follow* 'suit. As children grow up the parents become more and more fhe medium through wbicb their concrete ideas are formed. AVe may be sure that little -escapes the impression able mind, ready to absorb any mood we may be in ourselves, and it becomes very necessary to be' always on the alert to appreciate the humorous side ...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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For Holiday Wear HOLIDAY TIME Problem of Clothes MODERN DAYS [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

HOLIDAY: TIME / Problem of Clothes MODERN DAYS nTEH8 IS the season of the year when . people pack their trunks and beat ? hasty retreat to the mountains or cooler atmospheres. The lucky ones travel further afield, nor are they satis fied with a trip to New Zealand, or within the Commonwealth, but the majority travel overseas to America or Europe. While the overseas' travellers look for ward to replenishing their wardrobes with Bore seasonable and up-to-date garments, u their tour proceeds, the Interstate trippers have to be satisfied with the borne purchase of their holiday clothes. BtULthe fact remains that whether the boliday-maker is bound for near or far,' the holiday wardrobe has to be carefully lookM after, and a plentiful assortment of garments for a' variety of climates, provided. Everyone desires to look. her Beat on every, possible occasion, and there 5s no better occasion- than holiday time and. no better opportunity for putting the feaet side forward. £ Summer Clothes To...

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Trade, Finance, and Mining TRADE TOPICS LONDON-AUSTRALABIAN TRADE [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

:piif;:;;;^^ MDEDPpM LONDON-AUSTRALASIAN TRADE' A tour o£ Australia and 'New. Zealand will be undertaken this 'year by. theprin 'cipal assistant to the general manager-of th a Port hf Tendon AntHoritv ? - Mr. T.'R. Toovey). Mr. Toovey will endeavour w address the -principal- Chambers' of Com merce and .business' communities- through out- Australia and. New Zealand .on the activities of the Port of London. The authority wishes to do all in its. power to maintain and1 extend, the position of the Port of London as the chief port of the Empire; Last year Lopdon received from Australia and New Zealand 183,675 tons of mutton, lamb, and beef, 85,865 ton» of butter, 75,130 tons of cheese, 48,398 tons of apples, pears, and (trapes, . and 13;538 tons of .currants and raisins. ? These im ports represented a very large percentage of the imports into Great Britain, in the case of butter and cheese amounting to S5 per cent. The value and scope of the JLondon market has long been recognised, and t...

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COUNTRY NEWS. CLAYPANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

COUNTRY NEWS. 0LAYPAN8. ,;»Bn«ty.5^.1iispector R. J.'Bdchinan.'ot the local Oofennnent ^Department,' visited Clsvpajis this week, md, eicorW by Uetsn. uTb. SntherUnd snd O. J. T. Aston ? (honortry sec retary of the Clsypjra Progrestrre Assodation), inspected l the ' ? mate ' ' Olaypaiu-CopevilJe road. nil* was «oi#eqoent oo iit three petttlooi re «ntly presented siklns; for £1,000 to be xptnded to suke the track passable. ' At iresent, sandy tracks through prlrato property r* the only roads negotiable to the railway {or Ilaypani settlers. Wheat realltei about '2,d. bushel more at Copevill* than st the river indlngi, and (srmers are anxious to feed the allway. Inspector Buchanan stated that b* ns Mtlsfled that the denundt set ou{ in the letltion were reatonable, and promrsed to ban omething; done aa soon as a grant could be ecured. It Is estimated that at least 7,000 ttga of wheat trill be lost by the railways this, rear owing- to the impatsability. of the road. ieasrs. H. O. Sutherl...

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HOUSEHOLD PRODUCE. WHOLESALE PRICES [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

HOUSEHOLD PRODUCE; WHOLESALE PRICES WHEAT.— Local market quotations for growers' lot* per bushel on trucks Port Adelaide, 4/4 to 4/6, ? January. ' '?????' CORNSALJiB;— Jtterenanitr quoiaaons for farmers' lots, 10/3 per dozen on trucks. Port Adelaide, \ for ? new . season1! delivery. ' ? : FLOTJK— Up to £11 2/o. delivered, in city and suburbs, less 5/ concession for caBh. ..,« ' : BRAN.— Net price, up to £5 12/6 per ton on trucks mill door in minimum . truck -loads; lesser quantities .(not less .than half a ton), up to. 1/5 per bushel . delivered in metropolitan POLLARD.— Net price.' up to- £6 per ton on trucks mill door, jn mini mum truck loadB; lesser qusntitirt (not less than half a ton), up 'to- 1/8. per bushel delivered at metropolitan BARLEY.— New season's No. I ^Eng- lish malting, about 3/3 per . bushel ' on trucks Port Adelaide; ; ' OATS.— New season's good, feed. Algerian, about 2/6 to 2/7 per bushel ' on trucks Port Adelaide. ' -; . ': CHAFF (cutters' distributing wees).' —...

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CRICKET. JAMESTOWN [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

GRIGKET. JAMESTOWN On Monday. December SI, the Jamestown sle?en defeated Orroroo on the Jaotstown Oval k feature ma th* hard hitting of Percy -Frost (Jamestown captain), who scored -7 runs in «5 minutes, including 9 fours and two dies. Scores: — Jamestown, 6 wickets for 101 ? K. O. D. y/ainwright, not out, 71; P. Frost. «7j A. R. Winiaras, it. Andreart, S for 78; H. Palmer, J for 20; T. Ooodeaough; l for 30. Orroroo. 193— C. V. Hennessey,- 38; O. B. Addison. 53; J. Oeorge, U; D. Melll, 21; J Sotrter. 6 for Si; A. Herde, I for J5; TUllams 1 for 24. ' ADELAIDE AND SUBURBAN ASSOCIATION . WALLABT V. WALKEBVILLE First innings of Wallaby— P. H. Collins, b. W. Bickle, 40; B. W. B. Turner, c. WoodI b. W. Bickle, 140; S. Leak, c. Woods, b. W. Bickle, 05; E. T. Boss, not out, 3; sundries, 13. De dared, 3 for 261. Bowling— W. Bickle,! for 53 First Innings of Walkervillc.— H. Lawrence, I.h.w., b. Fielder, 12; B. Woods, run out 38; C. Jerrfs. e. P.- Leak, b. Fielder, 47; S. Woodt fen?- La*- 2*: ...

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BRITISH FOOTBALL. Results of Saturday's Matches LONDON January 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

BRITISH FOOTBALL . Results of Saturday's Matches ' TiONDON. Januan'E. : Football matches played to-day -resulted: u fonow:- ???.'?«occri»;';f..,-'i.i ' Xetsrae. — First Dhrlska — Birmingham v. Hud denSehl T., 1 — 2; Bolton Wanderers t. Anenal, 1— J; Burnley v. Cttdiff City, 8 — 0; Derby County v Sunderland, 0 — 0 ; Leeds U. t. Leic« ter City, 4 — 3; Liverpool v. Aston: Villa, 4 — 0; Manchester U. v. Manchester O.,- 1 — 2; 'New castle U. T. Sheffield. U., 4— i; Portsmouth 't. Everton, 3—0; Sheffield *W. v. Blackburn B., 1—0; West .Ham U. v. Bury, 2—8. ?Second Division — Barnsley v. Swansea T., 2 ? I; Bristol City t. Bradford, 1 — 0; Chelsea » Blackpool, 2—3; Hull City v. W'hamptbn W., 1—8; Millwali v. Clapton Orient, 8— 0; Nottingham F. v. Crlmsby T., 0—1; Port Vale i' Notts County, 3 — 0; Preston N.E. v. Middles bro', 0 — 0; .Reading t. Oldham Athletic, 6 — 1; Tottenham H. v. Southampton, 3 — 2; West Brom A. v. Stoke City, I — 3. ? s Third Division - (Southern Section).— B'mouth BJL...

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WOMEN DOCTORS IN HOSPITALS. Special Sphere of Work, Answer to Man's Objections. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

WOMEN DOCTORS IN HOSfiTALS. -:' . ???.'. .-' «. » ? ' — ?' , ; Special Sphere of Work. Answer to Man's Objections. Women '-doctors in Adelaide make no reservations when they defend ?'the right- of members of their sex to enter the medical ? profession. .- . ?'' -'^ .: . ? ' ? ,It was. reported-, by cable 'in The Register yesterday.-that the limitations pUced upon the medical education of women in Lon: don hospitals were the. subject of a report drawn up by a committee appointed: by the' Senate of the London University- a year ago. The- question was raised '.at that-time by. .the exclusion of woniec from the' medical- Bchools- of London hos pitals.' Sir James Puwis Stewart,, senior physician, of Westminster Hospital, . then remarked that ' 'the most able women usually V'forsako the pro fession '' shortly .'after graduating, in ?order'.' to many,' some ;,mens stu^ denta aro . disinclined to work alongside.' women In 'nedical classea, and distractions, must' arise from ' continuous ass...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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AQUATICS STREAKY BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

AQUATICS STREAKY BAY Tb« Btreaky Bar Aquatic Sports O1UD held iU aonnal meeting on th» jetty on December 38. There was a fair attendance, and the elnb had a. tot good day. Nearly all the com peunons were wen euiereu iur, &ua buuic yiu*cu vary '«id ting. ' ToUowlng 1* a list of luccesi fnj competitors:— Boys under 17 (75 yards), B Thompson, L. Gardner, and Clarence Gartl ntrrlsdle* (30 yards),- Miss A. McGregcr. Mr-. B. rorrest: hoys under 12 (30 yards), Kelvin Redding, J. Cotton, Kitchener Williams; div ing for bottles, Clem Oardner, Clarence- Gard ner; men (100 yards), W. Omen, J. Redding, W. Jackson; boys' long dive, Clarence Gardner, L. Gardner; men's neat dive. J. Redding, V. Talbot; boys' ? neat dive, ? L. Gardner, Clarence Gardner; i championship, J. Redding, W. Jack son, W. Omen: boya under 16 (50 yards), L. Garden, Ted Fuller. Clarence Gardner; -ladles (50 yards), SIIb T. Oardner, Mrs.' B. Forrest, IIIss Ji. McGregor; motor boat; race, T. Mudge, O. Williams; ladles' ...

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BAY BOATS PROJECT Voyage to England in 29 Days Passenger Manager Here [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

RAJf BOATS PROJECT Voyage to England in 29 ; Days Passenger Manager Here 'England in 29 day*,' ia;,to be the latest accomplishment* of this Aberdeen and Commonwealth- Line «f «t»oTnprs. according to/Mr.'W. G. Eeay, the company s passenger . manager for Australia, who arrived ; in Adelaide from Melbourne in the Hobsons Bay yesterday.' ';',., i. Mr. Reay is;touring Australia to ascer; tain the needs ot; passengers, who, unable to afford, the* first-'clasg fares charged tfo' the tbaree-dasB vessels, avail .themselves of the Wnefita, of- the; one-class' 'Bay' line, via Suez. . '.? -, - ''???'?' The' enterprising Aberdeen; and ComT monwealth Company 'is. making a- special feature of- its passenger-tfaffic, and. Mr. KeayJ declares that with, their now fittings ?nd conveniences and their fast-travelling rate, -the 'beautiful 'Bay boats,:. are: the best one-class vessels - on the England Australia, route. .- ? ? :V . ?.''-:? .. At present the boats occupy 30 days-ui -the journey, between Fr...

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ABORIGINAL MAIDS: CAR NOSE-DIVE: SEA SNAPS [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

ABORIGINAL - MAIDS : CAR NOSE-DIVE: SEA InAPS ABORIGINAL GIRLS AS SERVANTS IN ADELAIDE: Onndela, of the Arunta tribe, tnd TJibana, of tha A!urWja . fciuc, full-blooded aboriginals, have been servants in the household of Dr. H. Basedow, M.P., for 10 years. The major -fart of his , ? conversation with them is conducted In the aboriginal dialect. , An exclusive picture taken yesterday. ABORIGINAL GIRLS AS SERVANTS IN ADELAIDE: Onndela, of the Arunta tribe, tnd TJibana, of tha A!urWja . fciuc, full-blooded aboriginals, have been servants in the household of Dr. H. Basedow, M.P., for 10 years. The major -fart of his , ? conversation with them is conducted In the aboriginal dialect. , An exclusive picture taken yesterday. A,CSRL J°B ON A HOT DAY: Two workmen engaged in cutting down the remaining piles of Glenelg Bath's, which \ are being detnoltshed. They work above their knees in waders at their Job-an ideal one for a sweltering day like yesterday. A,CSRL J°B ON A HOT DAY: Two workmen en...

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ARNE BORG IN FORM Record Time in Fresh Water Swim SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

ARNE BORG IN FORM Record Time in Fresh Water .».:.-. ?'',.,-?' ?' ??.'SYDNEY:- Ifanitav.-'. ?Arne-* Berg,, tae Bwcataa- ctiampion swimmer,- -who' arrived yesterday, had a practice swim ; to-day, in the' pool at - Tat tersalhr Club. He' swam a' Quarter of . a milelnTthe 20 yards bath in 4m. BS 2-». ' The -many turns favoured the: Swede, who i» an expert at turning. It is the fastest- .time he has recorded in fresh water,;-; ::'^ '?? ? ' ? Borg will take part in the New South Wain championship events at the Domain Baths on Saturday and Wednesday of next week, and will meet A. Sesomo, of Bondi, who twam the fastest 220 yards in the club events on Saturday last, and Noel Ryan, who is likely to be Borg'a strongest opponent in the longer dis tances. .!

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

MAm^OTICES 'Ovtneti and spedil mall, will dote tt th. Beneral Pott .Office, Adelaide, a. ahown ner» under:-1- ?' ' , UNITED KINGDOM. CONTINENT, EGYPT, INDIA, FINOAFOKE (Oramt), due London Teh. rutrjr 9, — Parcels — Wednesday, January B— -1 p.m. Money Order. — Wednetfay, January V-^-4 p.m. 'Newspaper, .nd Packets — Wednesday, January &—t p.m. Letter, and Commercial Packets— Thimday, January 10 — 10.30 t.tn. (late fee, 13 noon). SupplemenUry, tit Frt mantle. — Hegiatered Letters — Thursday, January 10—8 p.m. Fetter, and Commercial Ptpen— Friday, January II — 8.30 f.m. (late fee, Ade laide Railway SUtion, 9.46 a.m.). ' Later Mail, to United Kingdom— Latest closing dates: — Via Euu (Narknnda). — Friday, January 18 (due London February 10). Via Suex (Otter ley).— Friday, January 25 (due London February 21). VU Suex (Cathay).— Friday, February 1 (due. London March 2). VU Suex (Orson).— Friday, February 8 (due Loodon March 9). VU Sue. (MoolUn).— Friday, February 15 (dut London Marc...

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MURDER CHARGE Detective's Admissions [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 8 January 1929

MURDER CHARGE Detective's Admissions Extraordinary evidence was given at Liverpool Police Court last month, when TosepU Reginald Clarke (21), an American University student, was committed for cnal - cnarget witn murdennp: Airs. Alice Fontaine, a widow, aged 55, by strangling lier. '?..-..'.. . . ' Clarice is also charged with ' the - at tempted ? murder of the woman's daughter, Mary Agn» Fontaine (10). Det.-S?t. H. Tomlin said that 10 days lefore the alleged' murder he Baw Clarke it Mrs. Fontaine/s house, following a com plaint by Mrs. Fontaine. In Clarke's presence. Sirs. Fontaine lescfibed him' as 'the biggest liar I have iver- met,' and asked the .detective to nake him keep away. . ' Cross-examined by Clarke, Detective fomlin admitted he told Miss Fontaine :nat Clarke was a ne'er-do-well, and ad rised her to give him up. He also toM her that Clarke had been n prison for fraud, but he denied - that ie said Clarke would turn her out on the streets if she married him. Speaking of th...

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