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LINDRUM TOO EAGER Being Overtaken by Davis" LONDON, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929
LWDWJM TOO EAGER ? fctag Overtaken by Davis' ?.'..I ';-. ' ? LOSfDON, January. 7. ' . i-inarum, . v.;lxo rocereos- 3^)00; - Jiap ? made J.W against. Davis,, hjs. best br.eftk 'being 08. . Davis 'has- scored 2,103, includin breaks of 552, 392, and -214.- ' ? , The .Australian is ;feclicg:mach better, and be showed some' improvement in form compared with the past week, but he was too eager . to score, and - his ? impetuosity lost him q.lot of pqintsi . ~ .' ~ -'
COUNCILLOR "STARVED OUT OF TOWN" Accusation Made at Pirie Meeting Quarrel Between Labour Member PORT PIRIE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929
COUNCILLOR 'STARVED Accusation Made at Pine ^ Meeting . : Qnarrel Between Labour Members . PORT PIHIB. Tuesday. itejomders made by (Jr. Koebuck to re erences by Cr. Coffey at last night's ouncil meeting, which lasted, to a late tour. .led to an unroar. in the. conn* ot ffhich the former extended to the latter in invitation to 'come outside.' The incident was productive of one of the liveliest passages experienced in council proceedings for some time past. After about three months' absence on leave, Cr. Boebuck (representative ot Solomontown Ward) resumed bis sett, ind in expressing pleasure at being able to get back to his duties, mentioned that be had been through some tough, coun try on the west coast. ?,?..- Cr. Coffey— Rougher than tho town council? ? ' ' ;' ?'-' Cr. Boebuck— Yes, rougher than' what the former mayor (Mr.- Fitzgerald) pot aver on me in connection with tKet Solo montown Beach scheme. I am not, as be suggested, going to sit 6n the scheme ind hatch it. ;????- ???.-?...
RAIDING ITALY'S ART TREASURES Millionaire Steam Yachts Under Suspicion [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929
RAIDING ITALY'S ART TREASURES Millionaire Steam Yachts; Under Suspicion . The effect of the recent revelations re garding the export of false 'antiques' from Italy has been to intensify the illicit dpminri ? for real ones. ' Although frontier stations and ports arc being closely watched to prevent further depletion of Italy's authenticated art trea sures, there is still a leakage (rom private galleries and old patrician houses.- Ameri can dollars are still attempting to make raids. It is alleged that the moat danger ous outlet, and tho one most difficult to check, is to be found in those steam yachts of millionaires which glide languidly from port to port along the Riviera and Italian coasts. As soon as the coming Dossena case has been settled before a Rome tribunal tbero will probably be opened a .Government case against those deemed responsible for sending the statues sold as antiques over the frontier. If they were sent as all tiques, it is declared, . duties should have been pai...
PRAYER BOOK CONTROVERSY Neither Side Will Accept Compromise FREMANTLE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929
PRAYER BOOK CONTROVERSY Neither- §ide Will Accept Coinpromise *^REMAST£E. ' Tuesday. According to .observations made -by Rev. S. .8,.:Thorpe, rectorof Xydford. (Devon), the controversy pi England- on ^the new Prayer Book had reached that stage where u uuiuucE ux luc ciergy iiaa uci-iarea laeiu selves to be in; favour of the disestablish ment of the Church even at the price of disendowment. He said that the possi bility. -of disendowment had been appre ciated by the clergy for some time, and measures had been taken to give the Church' posaession of modern endowment* so that its financial obligations could be met even if it were deprived of its an cient endowment rights. Mr. Thorpe passed through Fremantle to-day, on the Orsova. The trouble, ie. said, had arisen because the leaders of both sides in the discussion would 'not accept any. Tialf-measures. but pressed steadily for the wholesale adop tion -of their ideas. ' Hewas'certain that the compromise- suggested -by the House of Bisho...
THEATRE EMPLOYES One Big Union Ahead [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929
THEATRE EMPLOYES \ '. '?--''? ' ' - m ' ' '.?' One Big Union Ahead ? Enquiries were made on Tuesday ebneerntno the position of men- . .; .- bers of. the Theatrical Employes' Federation rttnntlv at flm Palalt . ' Reyai and Floating Palais. The secretary of the union (Mr. J.1 A. Southwood) 'said ' that so far as he : knetjr only : three members' of ihe . 'union were affected by 'the financial difficulties of the two palais. In each .case a week's wage was due at the/time of closure, .and the money might have been' paid .since them In any case the union'' would pro tect the members. ' ? .— ?-.: The proposed * amalgamation -of. the actors; musicians,. and theatrical employes' unions' had forgone of its objects the pre vention' of its members being engaged by any firm without a- guarantee of payment of their weekly wages. ' ' - : When: the three1 unions of the'indffltry were amalgamated, -which he hoped would be- accomplished within a few months, 'ft would be the duty of the State secret...
GIRL JUMPED FROM MOVING CAR. Prosecution for Alleged Abduction. PERTH, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929
GIRL JUMPED FROM MOVING CAR. Prosecution for Alleged Abduction. ? - ? ' ? PERTH; Tuesday. Herbert -A. Mitchell (»}, insurance man ager, .was committed for- trial, in the. City Court' twlay. .on; a charge .of having, .on December. 10. ! unlawfully ? deprived Elaine iima wooaman i«v oi ner uoeny oy car rying her 'away in a motor car against her will.' '?'??''? . ? ? , ! William Henry -Sainshury said that, on December' 10,' near Henela Bridge, another car passed, him in the' opposite direction travelling '.at more than 40 m.p.h..' An instant. later, he found a girl. lying. on the roadside with her clothes torn and covered with dust, and he took' her- to a doctor. .Mitchell said he saw Woodman, on the corner of William street and St. George's terrace on December 10, at about 6.30 p.m.' She gazed very hard at him, and half smiled. He thought he knew her and stopped 'the car in front qf her and gave s smile of encouragement; He then realized he did not know her, but offered her a lift to ...
BENEFIT CONCERT FOR STRANDED ARTISTS AT ADELAIDE TOWN HALL ON SUNDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929
BENEFIT CONCERT FOR STRANDED . ' ~ ARTJSTS * AT ADELAIDE TOWN. HALL ON , ; ' ;? . SUNDAY Lady * Moulden is . organizing a benent concert to be given on Sunday afternoon at the. Town Hall, Adelaide, in aid of the' artists who are victims of the sudden closure, of. the Palais B.qral Cabaret. The Lady Mayoress (Mra. J._Lavington Bony thon) i« actively, interesting herself in the project, and- his caM. a meeting -ot sym pathizers 'at ? tlie ? Town' Sail lor 11- o'clock this morning for the purpose of forming/, a committee. The Lord Mayor ia granting the free use of the Town Hall on Sunday. Mr. Alec Began, who is- arranging the musical pro gramme, is assured of the assistance of leading' local : and visiting artists.
TRAM CONDUCTOR BAILED UP "You've Got Nothing, Get Along" SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929
TRAM CONDUCTOR - - BAILED UP 'You've Got Nothing, Get - Along' .. ' SYDNEY. Tnesdav. Ernest: Staple ton-,, a tram conductor, has reported to the .police that he' was held up by an armed and masked man early this, morning at Yarra Bay, La Perouse. He said that, the man,' appeared to be desperate and wanted 'money. Stapleton left the tram to operate a time clock and, as he reached the instrument the armed man emerged from the shadows and held the revolver to his head. The conductor threw up his hands and the armed man felt inside his money bag, but obtained nothing. There' was a small amount of money in the pouches of the hag, hut the man did not detect it. He- said disgustedly, 'Yoii've got nothing; get along.' 'At this stage the tram driver appeared, and the. armed man said to him, 'Stand back or you'll be in it too.' The driver ? and 'conductor-returned to the tram' and drove away.' At the nearest telephone bi)x they called the police and the police wireless -partol' hurried to the...
LONDON CONFERENCE ON FREIGHTS Australians Secure "Reasonable" Agreement LONDON, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929
LONDON CONFERENCE V ON FREIGHTS t :'T' Australians Secure 'Reasonable'? Agreement ?'C*'' ?:? 'LONDON. Jannarv 7. ; , It/is understood 'that the representatives of ?Australian merchants and the shipown ers; at their meeting torday reached a rea sonable agreement concerning freight in ereasei. ?????.'' The details will be issued .to-morrow, but- the Australian Press Association un derstands that the freights on certain com modities will- not be; changed. ? ' An' additional charge of £50,000 a year on goods- imported to .South Australia was the. estimated result of the schedule of in creases recently. prepared ;by' the oversea shipowners. Those, increases roughly averaged 10 per cent.
New Oldsmobile Recognition [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929
New Oldsmobile Recognition ' With a recognition of toe real value ot the redesigned. Qldsmobile's new; features has- come a, more definite public apprecia tion' of the cat's increased value. Vivian Lewis, Limited, state that sales are very satisfactory, and many orders' have re sulted from owners' -recommendations. - Greater beauty, more riding comfort, and vastly improved appearance are winning goodwill for the new car, and Vivian Lewis, Limited, will arrange demonstra tions with pleasure, y . - . . .
LORD LINCOLNSHIRE'S SILVER £4,577 for a Dinner Service [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929
LORD LINCOLNSHIRE'S SILVER £4,577 for a Dinner Service The late Marquess of- Lincolnshire s coh ection of old English silver plate, w which ras sold at' Messrs. Christie'* last month, irought a total of £16,781 13/6. The first important lot, a tea kettle, on ripod stand, with lamp, by Francis Gar home, 1716 fetched 85/ per ox.— £378 i/ (Comyns); this was followed by a ilver-gilt honey jar, cover, and stand, brmed as a beehive, by Paul Stony 1798, vhich sold at 110/ per or.— £79 15/ (Per nain). Then came a dinner service of .bout 130 pieces, dated between 1789 and 814, and weighing 3,521 oz. 5 dwt. This vent to Messrs. Barman for £1,577 '12/, ir at- the rate of 26/ per oz. The next lot consisted of 45 dinner dates, 1792, and three others made to natch, dated 1831, which made 23/ per oz. -£1,069 10/. and 12 similar plates with he 1804 hallmark', 25/ tier oz.-£293 15/ [both Crichton); 12 soup plates, 1823, 18/0 wr oz.— £221 1/6 (Vandor): four oval lisbes. 1775, 40 per oz.— £246 (Amor);...
GRAHAM TRUCK DELIVERIES [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929
GRAHAM TRUCK DELIVERIES .Excellent business is reported by the Waymouth Motor Company, Limited, in regard to Graham trucks. Stocks are iiausted. but shinments are in transit trom tuc lactory. ??-... r Recent .purchasers include repeat orders from -Messrs. Cowell . Brothers, 'Norwood (2); J. Penna, Yunta; and the Globe Tim ber Mills, Port Adelaide. Others were:. — Adelaide Stevedoring Company,' Port Adelaide; Hicks & Sons, Mount Torrens; F. W. Wotdt. Nott's Well; K.- A. Par sons. Curramulka; S. H. R. Blenkiron, Murray Bridge; E. & H. Gerhardy, Tweed vale; D. S. Morgan, Port Lincoln; A. E. Obst, Taldra; W. Stevenson^ Mylorj H. Williams, Peterborough; V. M. Mar ron. Orroroo; G. J. Carter, Port Augusta; J. T. Murray, Woodside; B. H. Graetz, Springton; W. C. Gann, Iron Knob; Moss Brothers, Darke's Peak; A. 0. Waldhuter, Loxton; J: Lofts, Broken Hill; L. J. Iron, Seaton Park; H. A. Tolmer, Kingston; H. J. Gepp. Montacute; P. G. Day. Gut nare; Overton Brothers, Auburn; H. C...
NOTHING TO WORRY ABOUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929
NOTHING TO WORRY ABOUT* As the coast express thundered throujli a way side station one of the passengers, leaning out of t window, overbalanced rr.d fell out of the- train. - Very fortunately he landed on a heap of rand, and bo did not do himself a great deal U harm. . A porter went to the rescue. , 'What am I going to do now!' asked the victim, tubbing bimBelf tenderly. The porter picked up his ticket from the ground. , 'You're ali right, muter, he stid casually. 'This ticket allows you to break your journey.'' ' ^ '
TO THE EDITOR— North Terrace Elms [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929
TO ME EDITORS North Terrace. Elms Sus-While thanking you tor your notica of the ratepayers' meeting, to be held next Thursday afternoon, in the Town Hall; 'at i i o'clock, will .you ''allow me to/ say that the .resolutions referred to were framed by the subcommittee, of which I am convener, after very careful consideration and consultation, and not by myself alone. I would also like to ask ail those who sympathize with na in our effort to save the trees to help us by attending the meeting on Thursday liter noon.— I am, Sir, &o., ;'- :'y-::'' C. H, 8O]0TER. North Adelaide. ; -. .' ? ,.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929
Superfluous Hairs, The only permanently successful way of treat rig SUPERFLUOUS HAIRS ii to kill the roots, fho only ilmplo and safe method known to to this Ii to Die 'MAURETTE,' chlch I- prepared from the special formula of JOHTHEY DU MAURIER, tlie Skin and Obesity Specialist 'JIAtraETTE' i« not a depilatory, ind Is guaranteed quite hanntea ta the skic. n 48 hours the unsightly bain are bleached o that they become unnoticeable; in 10 daT- hey are withered, and continued use will destroy he roots. Price 10/6 per large bottle (11/ lotted), from BIRKS CHEMISTS, LTD, 67 tundle street, Adelaide. 21193*1
FIFTY YEARS AGO [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929
FIFTY YEARS AGO. From 'The Regirter, Wednesday, .. January 8. 1870. : A riport wdsl received by the Victorian police to the effect -that r the Kelly , Gang had stolen the punt at Dubbo 'and had entered New South Wdles.—Thfi Rev. J.- Sinclair, of Kingston, was invited to take charge of the Presbyter ian Church at Geelong.— Be- tween 4,000 and 5,000 sheep and 30iO0O acres of grass were' burned in the. Penola district. — A railway intended to ex tend from Glenelg to Marino is completed as far as Somer* ton, ' ' ?