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CASUALTIES. DEATH FROM POISONING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

CASUALTIES. DEATH FROM POISONING. ' Robert Maxstead (49), who was found lying on the back verandah of his 'house in Wright street on Friday, night suffering from lysol poisoning, died at the. Adelaide Hospital at 1 a.m. on Monday. . LEG FRACTURED. While engaged in window cleaning on Monday Mr. James Pressley (77),. of Wakefield street, fell from a ladder, frac tured a lep, and was taken to the Ade laide Hossitnl. FIRE AT REFRESHMENT ROOMS. About 12.14 on Monday morning a fire broke out in a refreshment chop occupied by Mr. Nicholas Bures, in the Coo-lnda Buildings, at Semaphore road. Semaphore. The local fire brigade, under Station Offi cer H. Woods,;attendfd. A small portion of a staircase was - destroyed. Some -lead around gas piping .underneath the stair case had melted, -allowing . an escape of ca«. but. the cause of the -outbreak is un known. The contents of the shop were in sured for £1,500 with the National In surance Company, of New; Zealand. \ CHILD DROWNED. '. '.. ?'?????'...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LAWN TENNIS. CITY OF CUMBERLAND MEETING. SYDNEY. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

LAWN TENNIS. CITY OF CUMBERLAND MEETING. ? - ' SYDNEY. MoniiiT. Li the County of Cumberland tourna ment to-day the semi-finals were played. J. Crawford' and H. Hopman defeated W. B. Dive and C. Donohoe, 6-4, 6-3, in the doubles championship.. Misses D. Akhurst and L. Bickerton qualified for the final of the women's doubles by defeating Mrs. Baker and Miss Hayes, and then de feating Misses H&ughey and McKenzie.

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

PERSONAL ,Hi^ jxpftltegj^the^' Gpvem^JSig Alex; ander ?Hore^&tjthvenJ'y.C^'^nd; tb§ Hon; Lady Hore-Ruthven - have taken -'up their residence' at Marble Hill,' where they will remain : for the ) summer . months. The Lady Stallbridge and Mr.- Edward Tiarks arrived .'on'. FrWay evening^ 'arid t'are ..the gueitg of ? His 'Excellency '.and Lady 'Hore Rr4thyeffl',v'^.-.':\ j* ' ?' \/ ?'-? .-';-' _: ?? . I His Excellency' the Governor, attended by Mri; Q, Ii.' -Winger, private secretary, left for Melbourne by the express on Sun day evening. Capt. the Hon. Hugh Gros venor and Mr. Tiarks- left for Melbourne by aeroplane on Monday morning. : - Mr. J. Li Price, M.H.R., returned to Adelaide on Monday from Victoria. ? . ; .. - Mrj J. Wallace Sandford was a passen ger from Melbourne by the express on Monday.- . . ' . ?. ?}} . Mr. R. Xi.' Lehthall, Police'' Prosecutor, who some days ago underwent a minor operation, was ' ' sufiieiently recovered ? to undertake his duties in the Adelaide Po...

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GRANGE REGATTA. Two Yachting Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

GRANGE REGATTA. Two Yachting Events. The Grange Dinghy dub held a successful yachting regatta at Urange on Monday. Perfect weather prevailed, and an enjoyable day's sport vu experienced bv local and visltinir Tirhtimen Officials in charge of the events were: — Mr. A. E. Groves, officer of the day and timekeeper; Mr. M. Haden, judge; Mr. H. N. Walkley, handi tapper; Messrs. H. B. White and K. Morten, atartcrs; secretary, Mr. J. If. Cunningham raurae steward and skipper of lifeboat, Mr. J. W. Oswald; official recoraer, Mr. P. H. Priestley. The boat« started in the morning over a three round course of nine miles for priies presented by.Hr. S. Damont. A mild wert south-westerly breeze was blowing, and the event was a handi «P mY . Starters:— Myris (Mr. LeLeu, sen., skipper), handicap 6sm., 10.1 a.m. starting time; John Savage (H. LeLen), 6m., 10.1.30; Silver Spray (H. B. droves),. Urn., lO.S.lsj Avalon (P. Haden), and White Cloud (H. John^ ?ton), 'Sin., 10.4.30; Sunny South (Commodore 0...

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The Register. ADELAIDE: TUESDAY, JANUARY 1, 1929. INCONGRUOUS FATHER TIME. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

Wit §tpiitt, . ADELAIDE: '-' TUESDAY; JANUARY 1, 1929. INCONGRUOUS FATHER] TIML The poet who imagined that he 'saw tile skirts of the departing year,' lived, of course, ? in an unregenerate ager an age distinguished, am'ong other things, by slcirta which boasted a wicked prodigality of. expensive I material, and which/ trailing upoi» the ground, vanished sinuously round corners, like the reluctant. rearguard of a retreating army. These draperies may hare been aesthetic; but the view' now prevailing is 'that they- were, far from hygienic Although they swept the floors, and, in a manner of speaking, garnished the housewife, they exerted an un healthy influence on . all ' except the dwellers on Mount Parnassus, who' sang about them while characteristically un mindful of the germs. For the present generation, there is little meaning in a word picture of the sweeping skirts of the departing year. Miss 1928 has whisked round the comer 'in a skirt which may' almost be described as scanty, ...

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POLICE KITCHEN FIRE. Caterer Arrested. MELBOURNE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

POUCE KITCHEN FIRE. Caterer Arrested. . ? WFXBOTTRN]':..Mondav. On January 13, 1928, a fire occurred in a shop at Hussell street,- Melbourne, occu pied ai a temporary messroom and kitchen for the police, while rebuilding operations were iif progress at the Russell street headquarters. Much- damage was caused to the fittings, stock, and contents. After the damage had been assessed, the official caterer to the Police Department, who bad been the occupier of the shop, was paid .£80 in settlement of his claim, i A few weeks ago, as' a' result of the receipt of certain information, Senior Detective Jones and Detective . JIcGnfiie made enquiries into the cause of the fire. Early to-night they went to the police messroom at headquarters, and questioned the caterer, who was subsequently taken to the Detective Office. At the City Watchhouse,. Ernest Alex inder.(5E-) was charged with having mali siously set fire to the premises at 214 Etussell street, with intent to defraud the Jnited Service...

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V.R.C. CHANCES. Some Interesting Fields. MELBOURNE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

V.R.C. CHANCES. Some Interesting Fields. MELBOURNE. Monday. After an interval of nearly two months racing will be seen at Flemington tomor row, with the V.R.C. New Year'* Day meeting, one of the most interesting o the year. The nelds are not quite up to the standard of those at the spring and autumn . meetings, but they will be large and, as usual, the strength of the Standish Handicap is not a great deal be low' that of a Newmarket. Hurdle Race. ? Racing will be begun at 1 o'clock (1220 Adelaide time), with the Hurdle -Raca, in which several good ' horses will be seen. Migrant,, the topweight, has not startec over hurdles since her defeat by Dismil over three miles on that course in No vember, but recently by her efforts on the1, flat she- has- -proved herself -better than ever. The mare is asked to carry 11 at. 6 tb.,.and she may not be able to :oncede 10 ft. to Mount Pleasant over lurdles. Mount Pleasant has been con sistent, but unlucky. The probable- riders ire: — ? ? Migrant— ...

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LATE SPORTING. ELOPEMENT DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

LATE SPORTING. T.T.OPEMENT DEAD. Messrs. .E. Bansemer & H. Just recently had the misfortune to lose the services of King Aides, which was destroyed Know inir «i iniurv which he received while rac ing at Victoria J^arit, ana xnose ™iumeu suffered a further stroke of ill luck when Elopement died on Monday morning. ' Elopement 'was cast in his box while rolling, as a Tesult of a complaint, which affected him on Saturday night. While rolling he twisted a small bone, which- enabled fluid to flow down into the abdomenal cavity, and although the ser vices of Mr. H-. A. Alderson, V.8., were called in, and every care was taken in the effort to save him, the gelding was too badly injured. . Elopement was a four-year-old by.Flyrai King from Tressady Maid, and was trained for Messrs. Bansemer & Just by H. Higgs. MAKING PROGRESS. That smart jumper Dez is making good recovery after a severe attack of tetanus. For more than four weeks be has been under the care of Mr. H. A. Alderso...

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WHAT OF THE NEW YEAR? Continued from Page 8. GOODWILL AND CO-OPERATION. Appeal by Sir Wallace Bruce. MELBOURNE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

WHAT0FTHENEW1EAR? Continued from Page 8. GOODWILL AND CO-OPERATION. Appeal by Sir Wallace Bruce. ... ',..' MELBOURNE. Monday. 'By common consent, there is great room for improvement in Australia's eco nomic and industrial 'outlook,' said Sir Wallace' Bruce, chairman of the Industrial Peace Conference to-day, 'in a new year appeal to employers and 'employes for improved relations in industry. 'The commencement of a new year,' continued Sir Wallace Bruce, 'is an ap propriate time to review our national needs and aspirations. To judge the nasl take stock of the present, and make plans for the future. Australia, like the rest of the world, has been forced to accept a process of post-war readjustment under the pressure of certain fundamental and inexorable -economic factors, and the re sult has been a very severe depression in financial and trading realms. In 6ur case, unfortunately, these world-wide difficulties have been accentuated by a series of poor seasons in various parts of the C...

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THE SOCIAL ROUND. Continued from Page 5. NEW YEAR'S EVE DANCE [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

THE SOCIAL ROUND. Continued from Page 5. . NEW YEAR'S EVE DANCE Members of the staff of 5CL Broad casting Station celebrated the..advent of the new year by the' holding of a dance at the Studio, Eindmarsh sonarer on Mon day evening, December' 31. The new studio, -which is very large and has a spe cial floor, made an admirable ballroom, and. during the first part of 'the evening 2?nclng f0^ P'ace to mu8ic' P'ayed by the Regal Orchestra. At 9 o'clock music Jy the Radi-o-Aces was broadcast from 3LO, Melbourne, and dancers in Adelaide ??J0^Td«t\T BamSr roelod'w m did those at the 3L0 New Year's Eve party in Mel bourne.' Songs were given by Miss Diana Belmont, and 'Miss Gertrude Gray.' Supper was served during the evening Guests included:— Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Basedow, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Tucker, Mr'.- and Mrs. Bearup, Mr. and Mrs. H Kauper. Mr; and Mrs. Athol Lykke. Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas, Mr. and Mr* Dyke* Mr. and Mm. I. H. Griffiths. Mr. R» H. Wallman, Mr.-and Mrs. P. H. Nicholls, ftlis...

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INQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

INQUESTS. The Acting City .Coroner itMr.- C. ;L. Mjithews) will, on a.date.to be fixed, hold an inquest into the death, of Mr. William Sawle Hughes. . of Bundle street, which occurred at the Adelaide Hospital on Mon day.- Mr. Hughes suffered head injuries through having been knocked down by -a motor lorry in Bundle street on Christmas Eve. . It has been -decided -that inquests are unnecessary in the cases of the deaths o£. Mr. Nelson James Dimble, of Seaview roarj, Northcote, who was drowned at the Orange on- Sunday,' and of Mr. George Brine, of Halifax street, who received head injuries in a fall from a tramcar on Saturday afternoon. CHANGE APPROACHING. The weather office reported -on Monday at 9 pjri::— The anticyclone that has been controlling the .weather over South Aus tralia during; the past few days has, since Sunday, drifted to the east, the centre this morning lying over Victoria. On the retreating side of the 'high,'' winds in South ~ Australia soon veered northerly and a ...

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JUTLAND CLAIM. U Boat Atrocities. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

JUTLAND CLAIM. U Bpai-Afrocities; Admiral Scheer, who- commanded the German High Seas Fleet' in the battle of Jutland, .died suddenly from heart 'allure last month while travelling to' Mb nome m weimar. .His reputation in Germany is crystal lized in a message of sympathy sent to the family by President Hindenbure, who refers to the dead admiral as 'the glorious leader of the German Navy, whose name will live in German history in association with the battle of Jutland.' As succes sor to Admiral Pohl, Admiral Scheer took Dver the command of the fleet in 1916, and it was not long afterwards— on the fateful night of May 31 and the morning of June 1— that he _ found himself directing the operations in the one great naval encoun ter of the World War. As to the outcome of that conflict, Admiral Scheer himself never made the exaggerated claims so assiduously fostered in some quarters, and was content with he tributes that had been paid him since by naval critics, not only of his own but of ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.     SPECIAL NOTICE.         Announcements of Births, Marriages, Deaths,     In Memoriam Notices, and Bereavement Cards, not exceeding five lines, are inserted in The   Register and The Observer for the single charge of Half a Crown for each insertion; extra lines     6d. each. Minimum charge, 2/6. The name and   address of the sender must in all cases be given.    Death Advertisements, in which a Funeral Announcement is made, are charged for as if the Death and Funeral were separate announce- ments, viz., a minimum charge of 2/6 in each case In Memoriam and Death Announcements con-     taining reference to more than one deceased are charged 2/6 each for each deceased mentioned, as if they were distinct and separate announce-   ments.         &a...

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HERE AND THERE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

HERE AND THERE.   Mr. and Mrs. Keith' Scarfe are in town   From Strathalbyn staying with Mr. and Mrs'. A. A. Scarfe,,at Glenelg. . Miss Evelyn Scarfe isthe guest of Mrs.   W. A. Vercp at Victor Harbour. Senator A. J. McLachlan is staying ..at   Eotben, 128 East terrace, Adelaide. The. Rev. and Mrs. E. A. North Ash,   of St. John's Church, Halifax street, enter tained, the members of, .the choir,, organist, and assistant orgshists^at.a gociaj gather ing on -New -Year's Eve .prior to the great iratchnight service. '''?; ?' -' Mr. and Mrs. W. Green, Wellington Bquare, North Adelaide, -will leave on Wednesday on a visit to Sydney. Miss Angel Symon, who has been in Melbourne for a time, is staying with her parents, Sir Josiah and Lady Symon, at Upper Sturt.       Miss P..Archer, North Adelaide, is the guest of.ltev. and Mrs. -Mark Robinson at Kangaroo, Island. ? . .'.'.. Miss- Alison. ...

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BOER WAR VETERAN. Death of Cpl. Congreve. SYDNEY. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

BOER WAR VETERAN. Death of Cpl. Congreve. SYDNEY. Monday. Cpl. Thomas Gordon Congreve, of the 3rd South African Infantry Regiment,     who, prior to enlisting, was Inspector of Customs at Johannesburg died to-day at the soldiers' hospital, Leichhardt, follow- ing on injuries received on service.   Mr. Congreve was the youngest son of Mrs. J. M. Congreve, of Roseville. He served in the Boer War and, at the com- mencement of hostilities in 1914, joined up with Gen. Botha's Forces. He took part in quelling the rebellion and served in South-west Africa, participating in Gen. Botha's march, which culminated in the capture of Windhoek. Returning to Johannesburg he re-enlisted in the South African Brigade, trained in England, and was severely wounded in the engagement against the Senussi tribe in western Egypt. After two and a half years in English hospitals, he was torpedoed on the Galway Castle while returning to South Africa. Born in South Australi...

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DEATH TRAP AT GUMERACHA. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

DEATH TRAP AT GUMERACHA.         The above photograjbs show the locality of the well at Gumeracha, where three men lost their lives on Monday. The picture on the left shows the residence of Mr. Fariey and the laneway between it and his garage. The galvanized Iron tank, which en be seen above th. rear of the garage, Is immediately above the well where the explosion owbrred. The picture on the right shows the top of the well as It was sealed up after the recovery of the bodies. The top of the pumping- plant, whicti was the indirect cause of the accident, is seen above the beams covering the well mouth. Photo. Stanier. The above photographs show the locality of the well at Gumeracha, where three men lost their lives on Monday. The picture on the left shows the residence of Mr. Fariey and the laneway between it and his garage. The galvanized Iron tank, which can be seen above the rear of the garage, is immediately above the well where ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

BIRTHS. HOUNSLOW. —On the 21st December,     at Craig street, North Richmond, to Mr. and   Mrs. Cyril Hounslow— a daughter (Dorothy Joan).     KAY (nee Claire Woods). —On the 30th December, at Memorial Hospital, to the wife of Mr. Jack Kay, Lynington street, Tusmore —a daughter (Alison Woods). No visitors for seven days.     LEWIS. —On the 29th December, at the     Memorial Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Lewis, of Glenelg —a daughter.   PEARCE. —On the 25th December, at "Glen   wyne," Colonel Light Gardens, to Mr. and Mrs. H. Pearce —a daughter.   TINK. —On the 29th- December, at Park Terrace Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Tink, Methuen street, Prospect —a daughter. WAKELIN (nee Marjorie Jacka). —On the   16th December, at Booleroo Centre Hospital, the wife of F. Q. Wakelin, Melrose —a son. ENGAGEMENTS. BROWN —TAMLIN. —The engagement is announced of Dor...

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

OBITUARY. Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Day, whose death   occurred at her residence, Thornber street, Unley Park, on Monday, at the age of 92 years, arrived in South Australia on the   Fortitude with her parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. T. Jelly, in 1851. Her father entered business at Alberton and later at Commercial road, Port Adelaide. On her marriage to the late Mr. James Day she went to Alma, where she lived for 18 years, and afterward to Edithburgh. There the family lived for 30 years and farmed   extensively. Mrs. Day still owns farm property. When Mrs. Day first went   to Alma she did not speak to any white woman, except her maid, for 12 months. Water could be obtained only by sinking dams and from a few springs, which dried up in hot weather. One season 800 acres of wheat were destroyed by red rust. In drought time the supply of drinking   water was tainted with dying cattle, and every drop of pure water was carefully hu...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. EARLY GLENELG. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. EARLY GLENELG. From A. : T. SAUNDERS:-The '. -Old Gum' column in iViday's Register, aud Mr. W. ' (Jl Randell's 'Glenelg in the Fifties.' were very interesting to me.. As ? L was born in Queenstown, i'ort Ade laide, 4/9/1854, 1 am , an 'old colonist. My parents were botH in Australia before Port Adelaide existed, though there, ivaa a landing place at the 'old Port;' but no seagoing nor coasting vessel ever dis charged at any ?wharf or jetty there, lor none ' existed, and all cargo had to be boated or lightered to the shore irom shipa anchored' opposite;- or below the wharf now existing between the canal and Jervois Bridge. In April, 1835, my father was apprentice on the convict ship Georgo III., -which was wrecked' on the George ? III. Rock, close to Hobart, on a beautiful night, when 120 of the 208 male convict were drowned. My father arrived' here in 1849, master of the barque Margaret Brock, from Hobart, and married my mother. The special marriage 'licence o...

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BROADCASTING TO-DAYS PROOGRAMME. SDN. Adelaide—313 Metres. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 1 January 1929

BROADCASTING ?.-?? . .. ... . ? . /. . TO-DAfS PROGRAMME, 5DN. AdeliioV-313 Metres.. - 7—G.PiOl. Chlmiw. . ? ? ? ? 7.1— Tune-to Numbw. T.J^THE CHILDREN'S 8KSI0N, «Biiltlng of Btdttm*' Seorles, and Jhuical NumUri lor the Utfle Ooiu conducted ,by DADDY LOJ.O LEGS. ' ?' ??.,-'? ~' 7 45— THE- EVENma NEWP SERVICE, wp piled exclusively 'by: BON by the proprietor! of THE SEWK '.. ... „_ 8— Remirne of to-ni&hfs praBrarhme. A Pro gramme oY PAIXOPHOSE RKOKD1N08, ?up- plied and telected by Masan. A. W. DOBB1E AND CO.. LIMITED, of Bundle «trt«t, 4 Adelaide. 8VI— EMMY BKTXENDORF i («opr»no) ?'Easter Hjmh,' frern , 'Cavalleria Rurtlcana' {Miscacni). 8.8— DAJOS BELA ORenESTBA, 'Pique Dame' Fantasia (Tschalknwifcl). 8.16— TIIE GRAND IRMLER CHOIR, 'Siient Nljrht' (Grubtr). 'O SanctiMima.' 8.24— BEUUS STATE OPERA HOUSE OR CHESTRA, 'Stradrila Overture' (Flctow). . 8.81— EMMY BETTENDORF ' (?opnno), 'Woman1! Love and Lite' (Schumann). 8.-0— FERERA AST) PAALUHI (Hawaiian Instrumentalists), 'O .So...

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