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OBITUARY [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929
0BI11RY; A link with the early days of the Mount Mclntyre district is' severed in the death of Mrs. Sarah Ann Nipe, who was for many- years postmistress at that- centre. ^ uiuubu tigu iuiu nuu &evvxei- boiiuvu irid pneumonia supervened. She was idmitted to the 'Thynne ??' Memo ial Hospital on December. 2S, and -died ast Thursday, at' the 'age of 77 years. Urs: Nipe'!was ' the- eldest daughter of he late Mr. and Mrs. Bobert Foster, of Linke' St. Clnir, Robe. She was twice narried,' and has' left one son of the irst marriage, Mr. A. J. Lamshed, of Mount JSambier. Her second husbnnd, the .late Mr. John' W. Nipe, died at Mount Mcln yre, seven years ago.. ? ? 'An old Millicent identity, Mr. Friende 'ich Wilhelm Nitschke,, was found dead in )ed qn Saturday morning, at the home of Ur.. and 'Mrs. E. C. Vorwerk, of Nangula; vith whom _he resided. Mr.' Njtsclike vas' in' Millicent on- Friday afternoon. Since Christmas he dislocated a shoulder n a fall, but otherwise appeared in good l...
WHAT THINGS COST. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929
WHAT THINGS COST. The Retail 'Grocers'. Association ' of South Australia reports that the selling prices are ss follows:— E|fs.— Market conditions prevail ing at present time prevent quotation* being made of retail - egg prices, which depend en tirely upon local circumstances. Battor.-^hoieest factory, 2/2J to 2/3J; separator, 1/71 to 1/10J. Baoon.— Barters, 1/11 hams, 2/. ? ChNst.— Matured, 1/6 to I/S; new, 1/2 to 1/3. Onion*.— 2d. . ' ;.potfto»*.^New,\3d. ; .
TRAGEDY NARROWLY AVERTED TWO GIRLS CAUGHT IN UNDERTOW Rescuers in Difficulties, Too SYDNEY Tuesday [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929
TRAGEDY NARROWLY AVERTED TWO GIRLS CAUGHT ; IN UNDERTOW -. Rescuers in; Difficulties, Too; - - SVTOTEV ? TuMdsv.:.!' .Gallant .efforts to fescue two' gals from a treacherous rindertow in the surf 'at Diamond. Head, near Taree, to-day endan gered the lives of four men. The' girls indtneir rescuers were, .nowever, ntuwp ills brought ashore.- ? .-??-.: The girls were Gertrude Curie.. of Taree, ind' Kathleen Cross, of Stewart's River. .; 'When their cries for help were heard,' Earl Kidd, Patrick O'Neill, John Witting :on, and Edward Bird went to their aid; Ml were soon in difficulties. A GRIM STRUGGLE . O'Neill reached Miss Curie, but lost his lold of her after a grim struggle, and he xai swept a quarter of a mile along tho jeach where he was brought ashore un :onscioue. The other men succeeded in saving the girls, but Kidd got into diffi culties and was at times out of sight. Lifesavers went out to him with a line, ind rescued him after he. had been in the roter nearly an hour, He was ...
HINDMARSH MUNICIPAL BAND [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929
HINDMARSH MUNICIPAL BAND ' The seventeenth. annual meeting of the Hindmarsb. Municipal -Band wub held in tlie Hindmarsh Town Hall on- -TucBday. Mr. E. J. Bateup (mayor of Hindmarsh) pre uueu. ? ' ? , ' ? , Mr. F. Groves (secretary), in his re number of concerts. The usual honorary port, said that the band had broadcast a concerts had been rendered. In the Ade laide members had been successful in win ning the- champion trombone solo, ama teur and champion euphonium solos, ,£3. bass solo, under 18 cornet solo, quartet, second in duet, and honorable mention in under 18 cornet solo. The band has ren dered voluntary services for. many local charitable functions. The newly formed junior class had been a success, and in a competition among the juniors, mednls were won by E. Lecdham and S. Will* cocks. The band was in a sound financial position. .The report and financial state ment were adopted. ? , ' ' Officers elected:— Patrons, Dr. C. E. Dolling and Mr. J. M. Reid; president, Mr. J. E. B...
SHARK MAULS MAN IN FULL VIEW OF STEAMER'S PASSENGERS Fijian Was Diving For Coins Among Man-eaters [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929
SHARK MAULS MAN IN FULL VIEW OF STEAMER'S PASSENGERS Fijian Was Diving For Coins Among (From The Register's Special Representative) It- has been contended for many years that man-eating sharks wUl not attack a black man, but a tragedy which occurred at Suva recently has dispelled the belief, for a Fijian was shockinalv mutilated by a huge shark, and subsequently died.' SYDNEY, Tuesday. Details of .the attack were given by pas tengers pn the ' Moeraki, which reached Sydney last night. On the day before the steamer sailed, i Fijian in a canoe invited passengers to throw a coin on top -of a shark, which was basking on the surface. One of tho passengers obliged, and the native jumped in the shark and reclaimed the coin. The startled shark made off. Next lay the tables were turned on the same native in the presence of more than 100 passengers, who lined the rails of the steamer. ' , GALLANT FIGHT FOR LIFE Soon after tbc native had dived for mother' coin, there was a commotion many [cct.b...
TELEPHONING TO TASMANIA SYDNEY, Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929
TELEPHONING TO TASMANIA SYDNEY. Tuesday; It i» understood that at an early date he Postal Department will call for tenders or the establishment of a wireless telc ihone service between Tasmania and the nainland. Although few details have been an lounced it it expected that the proposed lervice will be an improvement upon simi ar services now in existence overseas. It is probable that the charges for he new service will be slightly more than those ruling for telephone trunk line calls.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929
THE LONDON WINE EXHIBITION NOVEMBER, 1928 PRESS CABLE: The Wine Cora . ? . petition attracted 115 entries— the - ' . largest since the war— ... ? - Gold First , ' - Medals Prizes PENFOLDS .. .. „ 10 10 All other competitors 3 3. PENFOLD'S WINES Won in Port, Sherry, Claret, Hock, Burgundy, Muscat and Brandy. &nbsp;
GLENELG COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929
GLENELG COUNCIL Meeting held Tue sent - mm mmm ColtyVSrv/ ^na° HfF'W, ad'«nt to J-oiiey ilesen-e, and a sm»ll area vr&i ni iri™. S'a *?, rt- ,»«* W- J- R White ard hth. ^,i^'il'n! h0U8e t0 lnstal hot sea «a%^ .h baths- nusM«e P»'lonr. 4c, Li? °bUin a' 'PreBlon o( opinion aV to whether any further additions are desirable, be° Lrc-?-,^'^,n '-»_ Olendg boundan-. which We« I« and Shinnon, the town clerk was in^ structed to prepare new plans and estimates tot the proposed reconstruction of the approach to foreshore and reserves committee for report The foreshore , and reserrej commits report^ P^L, P'tT ?Kca- t«''«'7 of the Glenelg Permanent Foreshore Showmen, h»d written drawtaff attention to the condition in which Colley Hesmc h«d been left by the Chris? mas week sideshows. A compUInt had .bo S*' ?*?\3 l? the '?lon of ^ ^^ clerk in not introdncing a deputation to the fore shore committee, on December 20. Further if. lId'how proprietors complained of the action of the council In ...
A FLAT IN PARK LANE "Tenant with Six Loud Speakers" [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929
A FLAT IN PARK LAJ$ 'Tenant, with Six Loud, That a flat .contained sbc loud speticrt was . a. . comphint mado in the-Kirj^s Bench fiivuion.- yesterday. 'i '.... ? . ' . '.. :It-was..tiut. forward iu the course o£ uu ovtiuu uy iiuot btiiviiuc a;u^uC| . nun of- Mr. Frederick Cattle, solicitor^of Hoanorv Derbyshire, against the. Park Lane Flats, Limited. Salisbury . House, London, and Ladv Juliet Trevor; Coombe Court, Kingston, Surrey,' claiming damages for alleged breaches of covenant in the leases ot two flats at '24 Park lane, for merly the residence of Lord Brassey. Defendants denied the alleged breaches, and Lady- Trdvor contended that she was not liabb even if there had been breaches. - Mrs. Cattle first took the lease of tha third floor flat at £650, and spent £600 on it. She alleged that there were no service porters, that the hall and stair* cases were not properly cleaned, that tha lift was ineffective, and the heating, hot water, and. lighting were unsatisfactory; One tenant...
"CAT" BURGLAR'S SMALL WANTS Second Visit to House of Lord Phillimore [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929
'CAT' BURGLARS SMAli) WANTS Second Visit to House of ' Lord Phillimore A second visit paid by a 'cat' burglar to Lord Philiimore's house was described at London Sessions recently, when Albert Walters, a deri, aged 28, was' indicted for stealing postage stamps, value 1/6. Det.-S«t. Wclsby raid that Walters waa not a burglar in the senso that the police knew burglars. He got into -'Lord Philli more's bouse by climbing a stack pipe) and squeezing through a small window. Although he could climb and get about inside the home with tbe agility of ' a cat, he only took property of very, little value, and did no damage-. . ?' t , He ; ignored all valuables, including Treasury notes and novereigns, said the jfficer. He visited tho larder, but. did not take any dainties, and had -a meal off bard crusts and biscuits. .'. ' ?'- ??'??? ' Walters broke into Lord PEillimore'i louse in- April, and was sentenced to six ?nonths' imprisonment. On his releaie torn jail, Lord Phillimore sent him.money to...
CAR PARKING PROBLEM AT GLENELG [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929
fiAR PARKING PROBLEM AT ? V :. GLENELG -.-i ?-:. Discussing -the niatter of-a car pa'rltat Glohelg, a convenience whieh-'is sadly lack ing at the'populnr seaside, Aid. ilugleas, at'-'thej'in'e'eting'of the' -council on TuesQay nigh&'«aid he'-hoped.that members would do somethine in the way of providing an efficient ])arkinB aren for earn, It was, he said, Glenelg's greatest proble'm, and unless something were done almost imme dia.tsl}% to ? eope satisfactorily' with it, owners of. motor carg'-wouM go elsewhere for their outings. Ho hoped the coet would not be too great, but it was- pro- posed- to construct an area to aCQommo date several hundred -cars.near the beach. The- council should embark upon a policy of 'progress and . not stagnation. - If. they provided -ati up-to-Uate parking area the council .would be commended -on all sides for its enterprise. ? . ,
ARNE BORG'S RECORD SWIM Charlton Performed Under Different Conditions SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929
fcRNE-BORG'S, RECORD Charlfewi :j?erfbrmed WnAex --.' Different - Cdriditlbris : , ''?'.' ?'?'??'?? S¥DNEY:'Tufisdav. lirne -Borg, the Swedish swimmer, was weleomed;*y the New ; South Walea Swim ming-Aisjocfation : to-day. ' V - . ' Bcpresenta'tives of tho association . re rerrea to jjorg m one of.tlie nnest sporu men:'wh(i'had ever visited Australia.-. Borg, who was . accompanied ; by--his wifo| in reply, said he was sorry thot' lie ivould' not,' meet Andrew Cbarlton. '?', ' Borg bag been appointed captain of. a water polo team that will appear at..ih« Domain Baths on Saturday. -? The time recorded by Borg in liisV*« yards swim at the' swimming pool at .Tat tersalls.Club oh-Mondny was 4m. J»8-5s. This, ir-1 -.2*. ' better '-. than: CTaaVlWs Auatralian -Tecord, ljut 'Borgs ? time was not-taken officially, and he swam ;in a pool with,20-yBrd laps, whereas Charlton SKam.in tho Domain bath; Borg- had- the advantage 'oi '2I-. tuniB, ? While . Qharltqn tfi ned'Tonly ;[ih'fee ' tiue£! . -...
MORINDA'S ESCAPE Was Stranded on Reef for 18 Days SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929
MORINDA'S ESCAPE Was Stranded on Reef for 18 Days SYDNEY. Tuesdav. When the Morinda was docked at Syd ney: it- was found that about threequar ters of the hold below the waterline- had been affected by tho stranding of the vessel as xieaeie. xo me stout con struction of the Bhip is attributed the fact that no rivets were displaced, and that the hull was not pierced. Many plates have been corrugated, and will nave to be reconditioned. Repairs will occupy -about a month. :':When'the Morinda reached Sydney it was learned that the vessel was refloated only a few hours before bad weather set in. It is considered that had she re mained on the reef she would have been broken ito. pieces. The vessel was fast on the outside of the reef for 18 days, but the tea remained calm. The refloating of die Morinda is re garded as a highly creditable achievement.
YOUR CAR'S FUTURE APPEARANCE HEADROOM AND LOWNESS "Sacrifice of Safety" [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929
;:Pi:tlR#P- APPEARANCE HEADROOM AND LOWNESS ? . ? » . ? : ? r- ? 'Sacrifice of Safely' Entirely logical is the best method of describing* the present fashionable low line In cars,. and it Is unlikely that we shall see, de apuo UIV30 v¥oi-viiaiiyiuy iaaiMvlll| - ^ those tall barouches which once went under the name .of landau '.lets. . '? .- . ? / v ; ?;. ./.?;?-? At the 'same time, LoTrever^ it is most, unlikely that automobiles ~Tri)l get much lower. , This is the impression 'gained after: a close study of trade 'journals from Europe and America.- ?;..''.'.' ' ; In the process of getting closer and yet closer to the ground a' point is reached where ihe centre of gravity-of-the Tehicle is too low and skidding and sliding in fast cornering begins to occur. Moreover, it is difficult to get .into a very low car. There is- no reason why the top of the seat- cushion should be more than 9 in. from the ground or 3 in. from the floor of the car, but to enter such ' a vehicle the motorist ha...
STATE SCHOOL TEACHERS MEET IN CONFERENCE LIVELY DISCUSSION ON SUGGESTED FEDERAL SUBSIDY Fears Expressed of Probable Interference With State Policy SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929
STATE SCHOOL TEACHERS MEET IN tittk&k CONFERENCE r LIVELY DISCUSSION ON SUGGESTED ' : -?? FEDERAL SUBSIDY IjN ♦ . — .; ? '? v Fears Expressed of Probable Interference With flfc&ftifoy. Slate PoKcy -. ?/? ,*? - fp- ''-'-?--- i.- , SYDNEY, Tuesday. ' In his address to the conference of the State School'- Teachers Federation, which is being held in Sydney, the Minister of Public In struction (Mr. D. H. Drummond). said that there seemed to.be a' dis- tinct flash nf oninion between- two schools of thoueht nfc the conference —one leaning toward the federative' principle, and the other toward a more unified system of control. He stated. that in Canada; the. United States of America and Newfoundland, there existed a strong current of opinion in favour of centralization. These coun tries differed from Australia, however, in that here. there was no Commonwealth Department of Education, but everything was centralized in the ' State capitals. ? A great centralized Government dep...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929
?. yv^;^SBDgpiNGi;yC-V::'.::-- j 1. (JRBENT liNE ! ^ BOTAL ilAli'' STEAMERS TO LOXDOX. ' Calling at COLOMBO. SUEZ, PORT SAID, ? KATLES, , TOBLON, 01BRALTAB, and ! . ?-: - - SOpiHAHPTOS.' J fteuneri ? Tons. : Commander. / Balls. ~. ?ORAHA' 20,000 ? C G.vlfatheson Jan.: 10 ?OSTERLEY. 13,129 M. J. Sanon Jin.. 24 ?ORSOVA ?'? 12,041 0. 0. Thome ? Feh. 7 OHVffiTO 12,138 F. R. O'BnlleTan Feb. ,21 OTEANTO ' 20,000 H. 0. Stancton Mar. 7 ' ORMONDE 14.85S ' U V. James- Mar. II ?CalUnir at Plymouth instead of Sontbsmpton. PARES.— Adelaide to London— Ssloon, single from. £90; return, from £1«8; Third Claw, lincle. £38. £40. £4J;. return, £08, £72, £78. HOLIDAY EXCURSION TO COLOMBO.— £61 return.: Available for 88 days, and .interchange, able witn P. b 0. S.NT. Co. M. G. ANDERSON & CO., Agents; - 8 King. William street. Telephone 3475 and 3478. . te P. & O. ROTAL U Alt ; STEAMERS. . - , To LONDON Ha COLOMBO,' ' XOTPT, MARSEILLES, and PLYMOUTH. ' Alternate Calls at ADEN, PORT SUDAN,...
THE QUESTION [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929
Tkt 'QUESTION- : Thej- -:»at' at i .table and gawd 4nto ea-sh other's .eyes, .while, he mechinicallv consumed tb* food set before hhn. ' 'Ah/' she said. 'TJjjjp glad..vou like it iio&ee sajH that .there»are only two thftija I-can mA-c proncrlyr-pi^ato salad jnd' manaa lade tirt.' . . . X . - ,..j. ,- 'Indeed,' he replM; 'Whict ia'tBis?'
FARMERS' UNION DAIRY PRODUCE REPORT Batter Steady Cheese Prices Advance Honey Owiet [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929
FARMERS' UNION DAIRY PRODUCE REPORT Batter ^Stetdy ; ; Cheete Pricet Advtace ? ?? HonerOmet ment) reports under date Jannaiy 8, as fol Iow.:-Butter.--The latest cabS information from London statea that the market is quiet tfter the holiday,, and Danbh butter his bere ^i'? ll!iip??''.l-ut ' ,i« ««dP»t«i that the market will be firmer all round neit week at about present prices, or possibly, slightly bi*het Australian choicest quality is quoted at 18lT per c«t., and while it is diBcuIt to forecast the,,'«-'fe. it is firmly believed that prices realized in February and March will' be about 4/ per cwt higher on the average than ruling prices to-day Very heavy rains have fallen In Queensland since our last report, and these ?^i *re «rt'ln,t0- '''erially increase pro duction of butter in Queensland, and just what effect it will have on the Australian butter mar kets remains to be seen, but as long «j the London butter market holds at present values there is not likely to be any reduction ...
ADELAIDE PRODUCE MARKET [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929
ADELAIDE PRODUCE MARKET A. 'W. SANDFORD SCO., LOOTED, reported on . Tuwday: — Batter. — The demand for all gradea of butter la being .well maintained, and now that the atorekeepen and produce distri butors are into ttrlde again alter the holidays the turnover in produce Is keeping up well. Unfortunately the- local supplica are now con siderably below local trade requirements, and consequently cxtcnilve importations arc neces sary from Victoria to rill the shortage in choicest butter. The London market keeps turn owing to Continental buyers operating there, and with dry vreather conditions existing in many parts ot New South Wales and Queensland, the production there is seriously curtailed. However, it ii pleasing to note that good rains have fallen in some parts ot the northern State, so that con ditions are very quickly altered, and the output ot dairy produce stimulated to -a remarkable de gree. Meanwhile markets arc firm throughout Australia. Choicest and creamMy fresh butter in ...