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DANGER ON BEACHES Restrictions on Motoring on Sands Councils Protect Batters [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

DANGER ON BEACHES Restrictions on Motoring on Sands Councils Protect Bathers Racing motor cyclists and eques trians on one oriwo of bur-t-ea;6hes ire to have their antics'curtaile& 'articularlv will this be the 'case' it Henley,. yrhere on several occa lions excursionists have had natr. ?ow escapes from injury through notoriste speeding' on the beach; Several young motor cyclists have' made hoir appearance during recent- -weeks-on he beach at Henley to try .the- pace .of. heir machines; generally just as dusk -is ailing. Speeds ranging jip_.to 50 miles in hour have been attained. .. ' _.- _':.. On night last week a cyclist narrowly nissed tearing his way through . a -party if bathers who were coming out of the rater, ' Some little time ago. the danger of play ng: hardball cricket on the sands -was emphasised by the number' of casualties hat occurred, and the Henley Council :ook drastic steps to put an end to the irafctice. In- regard- to the youthful cyclists, the council, h...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
HAPPY HOLIDAY SCENES: KENSINGTON GARDENS GOLF? [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

HAPPY HOLIDAY -ilENES: '^^^iM^i^^QAmmS^ GOiM A: TEARFU L TIME OF ITI The modern version of '.the baby on the shore'— a Henley holiday snapshot - yesterday which tells -Its own story of mixed holiday enjoyments! ' ? '????. A: TEARFU L TIME OF ITI The modern version of '.the baby on the shore'— a Henley holiday snapshot - yesterday which tells -Its own story of mixed holiday enjoyments! ' ? '????. THE JOY OF LIFE: A scamper out of the water, hand In hind— . ?' a- jolly. picture of the Misses Adelaide on Henley sands yesterday afternoon. .Henley, one of the nearest of the seaside. resorts to the ? ? ' ? city, is a popular rendezvous Just now. THE JOY OF LIFE: A scamper out of the water, hand In hind— . ?' a- jolly. picture of the Misses Adelaide on Henley sands yesterday afternoon. .Henley, one of the nearest of the seaside. resorts to the ? ? ' ? city, is a popular rendezvous Just now. CAPTAIN- OF THE ' VICTORIAN LINTON CUP TEAM: A recent action picture of A. M. Cattanach, who has bee...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

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WASTE OF HUMANITY Danger to the World American Statesman's Warning [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

WASTE OF HUMANITY . Dangerto/the^WofH American Statesman's Warning The secretary of the Trades and Labour Council (Mr. T. P. Howard) quoted ap provingly yesterday from a bulletin of the Jnited States Department' of Labour. iToica cunuuuea; iw,.arui;ie. u-.i.uB,.tfuui8* .er of 'Labour (Mr.. Jame# J.iDavis). The ivriter dealt '-with ' «he' ''proiiuctivity of sbour an'd 'the problem of ' what -to do irith those displaced by. machinery. He Minted . out that almost every day saw the perfection of some machine which would enable one man to do what- seve- ral had done previously, and the use ol bigh speed machinery -was tremendous. Machinery, said Mr. Davis, was enter ing every calling. He specified ' several, such as flassmaking. thought a few years ago to be immune from automatic de vices;- but which was now thoroughly mechanized. ? ? ?'???. It was found, continued Mr. Davis, that if productivity did not increase over the 1919 rate, the country' would soon need 140 men to do 'the proport...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE MOTOR SHIP [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

THE MOTOR SHIP Temple Preta, Limited, ° London, to the De cember brae of The Motor Ship, indicate thit the following inbjecti arc dealt with:— The traniatltntle puKnger Inter Kungihota;. motor riilps for the' Caltfornlan wrrict; a Near-Eastern cargo service; » Bargerhout-Nobcl-cnBined tanker; the pnformance of motor ihlps; the Diesel, electriodrite In sfrvlce; the exlosion in the KnnKiholm. -

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PROPOSED PURCHASE OF MYORA ESTATE Opposition to Government's Forest Scheme [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

PROPOSED PURCHASE OF mwra istm * ? * Opposition to Governmept's : Forest Scheme Thcf proposal of the- Government to pur ;hase the Myora Brtatc comprising about 10,000 acres of land situated nine miles ;ast of Mount Gambier,' and- the opposi tion. Dy reswents in the district, to the conversion of this property from sheep to timber producing, was referred to by Mr. Reidy,- M.P., who returned front the south-east yesterday. Mr. Reidy said when the tend was-, first offered, to the Government he an3 'Mr. Shepherd bad intimated that they were opposed, to the, planting of Pinna, insignia on any lands tfist were capable, of any other- form of prodnction, and j pay. the price for those lands, until it* -was first proved that a-lt- the- poorer lands were exhausted. . ' „ .' ?-? ' ,-: . '. : It if understood that the Development &nd ..Migration Commiseion apparently has pushed the Government for a completion of. the agreement,- entered into regarding forest planting. -Their' suggestion...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
UNIFICATION OF RAILWAY GAUGES Opposition Leader Objects to Rehabilitation Work [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

UNIFICATION OF RAILWAY GAUGES OpposkioD Leader Objects to Rehabilitation Work .'I. have ?{waythcld that -Hit rehabilitation: schema- was -wrong, : In view of the faofthat It'liaj m-? dered the possibilities of a uniform; ' -more *lfBcultand expe*fve,'''saf(l, ?/ the Leader of the Opposition (Hdn. L. U Hlll):ye^tenla-». ?' .?/. ^-^.l; He was referring to- o 'special -article. ;n The Register of that .day, 'm-~#mcb t was stated that'the Premier 6P Victoria (Sir William MePhefson) -' had -declared limself. in favour. of .the.,i)nifi?ation;._ot iuatralian railwajr gauges. The article ilso stated that South'. Australia wasVnow :he last objecting' State ''to' the 'propdeaU Mr. Hill said ~ it' was a 'big' questipn^td. South Australia ' in view of the .millions ;hat had been spent in rehabilitating *h'e railways, and converting the westerj lij^i' rom 3 ft. 6 in. gauge to 5 ft. 3 in. ga'ugti On October 25, 1922, he had snbmitted.* notion to the House of Assembly, -.in favour of the report of...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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NEW SERIES PONTIAC [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

NJEW: SHRIEX OTFIAC Improvements' in' th* new' series tfontiao Six ihdiide- 16- per' cent, stronger : frame, new heavy front axle, four-wheel' mechani- cal brakes-, new cross-flow- radfator, new natci .puiup wiui. DHiaiicea impeller, tner nostetio water control, 12 ; per cent in creased engine power, new G.M.R. cyh inder heads, larger in-take manifold, new carburetter, new ningle-plate clutch bb Bembly, new -instrument- panel, semi comcidental transmission lock operated by the Jgnition- key, new starter switch mounted .directly ?' on top of electric starter,' engine crank case ventilating sys tem, new mnffler, and new steering gear;* Hi C. Richards, Limited, the South Ans raliani distributors,- report (treat satisfae* ion- with these new models which are on jew at their showrooms, Richards Build mn,:- Currie street. ?? - ' ? '

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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ZOO REFUGEE Pheasant Caught After Months of Freedom. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

ZOO REFUGEE Pheasant Caught After Months of Freedom. After ~ months of freedom a gorgeous red-and-silver bird, known as Swinboe's pheasant, was recently recaptured by the London Zoo. Somehow or other : the bing chicken runs or by similar -disrepn- table means in tho Chalk Farm area since the summer. ' Then a resident reported that the bird bad been trapped, and a keeper was sent to take 'possession. It is- not an unparalleled business. An English cock pheasant is still loose in the Zoo after two years of freedom. It Qaps down to claims its feed at meal times and flaps up to roost on top of the ph'easantry. It is a jolly picture, so the Zoo authorities only pretend . that they wish to recapture the_ bird. ? : A Zoo peacock, too, . lived for many weeks on the good nature of people in , the Swiss Cottage district/ Then' one woman took strong measures. After hauling out half - his tail feather*, she slammed him into nn outhouse and sur rendered tho embittered bird to , his iailers. ... ...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
DODGE SEDANS POPULAR [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

DODGE SEDANS POPULAR The remarkable popularity, being en joyed , by ' Dodge Brothers . Standard ? and Victory Sixes has again' been emphasized by the sales of these cars during' the past iew vreeKH. . ±ac aemana lor seuaus wis exceeded all expectations, but the quality and improvement made in these particular cars fully indicafe their popularity. . Some of' the buyers of Dodge Brothers closed cars during the past few weeks are:— Standard Sedans-Messrs. P. C. Whicker, Rosewater;' G. Carlson. Rose water; F. H. Barnes, Cowandilla; J; Lawrie, Manoora; H. W. -Watkins, Pros pect; G. H. Bamman, Roseworthy; H. !. Kemp. Glenelg; L. B. May, Adelaide; W. T. Kimpton, Noarlunga; Neumann and- Scbeer,- Palmer; J.' Lamb.'Wbodville; and Mrs. K. McKean, Adelaide. Victory -edans— Dr. T. G. Wilson, Adekide; [essrs. C. A. Byerlee,- Adelaide: E. ayles, St. Leonards; C. E. Birks, Mount arker; J. C. Filmer, Malvern; Mrs. M. Jones. Rosewater; Messrs. B. C. Knauer lase. Arwakarra; L. G. Folland, Prospect; V ...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Erskine Sales Lifting [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

ErsVTnelSaie* Lifting ?Millirigens, Limited, state : that advices rtceired :from the Siudebaker factory ih leate-that the sales -of EriWne Sk to Wl exceeded ihe total numbersojd in

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

Exclusive Features. The Saturday Journal ? The. unquestioned supremacy of THE SATURDAY JOURNAL as a^opular week-end magazine newspaper is largely due to the .EXCLUSIVE features presented to. readers with each issue. Among the numerous published attractions are — The Front Page Special Social Topics by 'Lady Kitty.' ';' Last-minnte Racing Selections. ' Sporting Review by The Stroller. . ' Up-to-date Magazine Section. V Budget of Short Stories. ? ?' -s ? Exclusive Page of Puzzles. , : * The Boys' Own Corner. 5CL 'TwinUer' Ciub. Also — »- SPEOAL NOTES on Natm-e Topics, Wire less* Gramophone, Angling, Bridge, Home v Projects, Gardening, Poultry, Dogs,. &c,. and ' many illustrated features. ' '- ''?; ' '

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GLENELG RATE REDUCTION DEFERRED [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

GLENELQ RATE REDUCTION DEFERRED It was intended by Aid. Dnng, who tabled a, notice of motiotr at the meet ing of the Glenelg Town Council a month ago, to move— 'Tbat/a rsduction of one uuu-pvui^r . ue iuuujb ju .iuu rate lur uie 'year ending November 30. 1029.' At the meeting of the council last night. Aid. Ruglcss suggested that Aid. Dring should defer the matter for a fortnight, to give members, an opportunity of considering the question of proposed improvements to the jetty frontage, and the provision of a car park. The suggestion was accepted. The town clerk was instructed .to -prepare 8,1 report on' estimated revenue, ? and the probable amount, after commitments had been met,'which will be -available for the carrying out- at- *ew^wor.ka,.' . . - '

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PETROL AND OIL Certifying the Brand [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

PETROL AND OIL Certifying the Bw«^ ^:' : Before the practise .««-!i«»«gffi£ pumps, as now earried^*?.?. r!? -a oil company, considerable- doubt was. ex nerienced' by many motonaW.on tne/ ques tion us to wnetner iue i«i*u.-y— *- .--- asked for and paid for was., supplied to them true to brand, and in some-instances iho doubts were, of course, justified.:' , ? The substitution of an infenorfgrade o petrol and oil might not make ltsel manifest until later, when an overheateu engine or other unsatisfactory performance 16 an' indication of trouble, audit is un doubtedly a great boon to motonsta'to :be able to have complete confidence that the spirit and' oil purchased by-them-are strictly true to grade and quality. .In order to ensure this confidence, the Shel Company, when initiating tne BUppIyof lubricating oil in bulk to car ownersj'.ue cided to seal its bulk oil equipments as well as its kerbside pumps. ? TJnder this system, the Shell Company can and does accept full responsibility f...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MOCK PRINCESS Sent to Jail [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

MOCK PRINCESS Sent to Jail Martha Barth, the Potsdam dairymaid who posed successfully in small towns of rhuringm as 'Princess Marguerite of Prussia/' waB last month sentenced to of obtaining money by false pretences. '.Evidence given by some of her victims revealed a credulity..' that amazed the Judge and Court of . Erfurt, where 'he trial., took place. ' Two of the victims were sisters, carry ing on a dressmaking business. When the- 'Princess'* arrived' they ? believed every 'word she -said; for instance, that 1.— Her father .was 'the Prince of Astoria.': ? .'-.,' .:.-.. ~ :.-.:.-- 2.— Her mother was 'a sister of the ex Kaiaer.' , ':-.. ,- .3.— She was -'adopted', by. King Con stantino of Greece.' . ? ^ , 4.-^She bad entered into a. morganatic marriage with the then Prince Boris of Bulgaria.' ? ' ' : ' ' 5.— The then Crown Prince Wilbelm of Hohenzollern fell in love with her while on a visit tc Sofia, succeeded in getting the earlier marriage dissolved, and then married her morgana...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Buick's New Style [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

Brick's New Style ? Vivian Lewis, Limited, report that the Dew style note ? sounded by., the' Silver Anniversary Bnick has won more praise than they have ever heard- previously in connection with' a new motiel. The new and luxurious.' Tines, and longer,, larger bodies, with striking-, new colour har monics, make this the most popular Buick. tli.it nas ever been produced. As.there Bult of record demand, the Buick factories have broken all previous records of pro duction.-' '. Vivian Lewis. Limited, will be pleased to _Bupply partieulnr.a and details of the Buick easy-payment plan. . '? ..

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

The natural charm that men admire Is riot '-beyond your readi. Here is the simple daily rule 'that results in natural beauty, and a lovely skins' v TV7HERE* beauty is concerned an Ust only a true complexion soa'fi W ounce. of precaution is worth put not any soap will do. Only*, pounds of costly cures . For ^ ^ ^^ noothef ^ thousands have learned it is compara- £ wiU ^^ ^ ^ ^ & lively simple to keep beauty ..... while r ^ of ^ ^j^'ofe of olive there is nothing more pathetic than ^palm. These unguent oils, sdentif. futile attempts to regain natural charm ^ combined ^.p^ito s^ are by artificial means. .... responsible for more o£ youth and iThe.most effective way to natural beaury-7-of natural charm retained— * beauty is Nature's way. JThe beauty than ever will be known* men admire is natural. And women jp0 tjj\s eacjj jay if y0U WQU\£ whose complexions retain natural keep that schoolgirl complexion ? ? charm have learned this: ?? ,_ J, t ?? . . , , . ?wash your face gently wit...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SLEEPERS PLACED ON LINE Two Youths Arrested in Melbourne MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

KEEPERS PLACED ON Two Jdnihg-'V./biiNi^iV-iii '^'?-'?'?~ MELB0DRNJ1, 'Tuesday,' f^Two youths were arrested; tMay in con Section with the finding of 'two -heavy ?^edgum sleepers on the railway line'bjs 'tween Bacchus Marsh and Inglistoii.on punday 'night. .-. r . ? . , ? The sleepers were discovered byi the Hriver of the. Adelaide express; while tho train was passing round ? the horseshoe lend, seven miles from Bacchus Marsh. It was at first, thought that an attempt bad been made to wTeck the express, but railway officials subsequently stated -that %he obstruction evidently had been in tended to delay the excursion train from Ballarat. - -. . ? ' At Bacchus Marsh yesterday Senior Detective^-Bruce traced the. movements ot two boys^'who had come from Melbourne for thejweek-end. .- -.To-day he and Rail Way Enquiry' Officer Beal' arrested the boys at tneir homes, one at Elsternwick and the other at South'- Melbourne. It is alleged, that the' boys told the police' that they bail .''.taken...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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STATE CENTENARY What of Robert Gonger? [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

STATE CENTENARY What of Robert Gouger? By E -Philjipps' Dancker. With all- due respect, to the crudttioi of ray scholarly friend Mr. A. Grenfell Price, who is the accepted authority on enrW ? RnuHi Aurtratikn historV. I cannot agree, iroin i.pc uuta inuuic ««, ,*i*«.i* Edward Gibbon Wakefield was the foun der of the State. That title, I maintain, is. due to Robert Gouger, and to' him alone. Wakefield set forth the general- prin ciples .upon . which thki 8tate ,*hi* later to be colonized, bnt it was -Gouger who took them and adapted them to South Australia. It was Gouger who originated and sustained a permanent interest in the colony; and without his strenuous efforts the project would have collapsed in its infancy. Three times be, as honorary secretary to the various emigra tion societies he formed, approached Par liament, only to be defeated when all seemed .to: be going well. But with his indomitable courage, and in spite of de sertion by his colleagues, he came again, and eventua...

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A MAN OF GOD Contemporary Study of Gen. Booth [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

A MAN* OF GOD Contemporary Study '\ of Gen.' Booth By Rev.; Enoch Gratton who succeeded William Booth In ?? x NewMStte-on-Tyne Circuit .In IB6I . : The controversy concerning the leader ship of the Salvation Army directs atten tion.. .10 me cnarscier, .apa.wars; 01 iu founder, Williap Booth. : . He was born in 'Nottingham, -and- waV for eight years a minister of the. -'^ethodist tNew Con nexion Community,;': After three years of very successful' service in Gateshead on-Tyne circuit, he was appointed to the Newcastle-ori-Tyne circuit. . ? But he longed for a much wider sphere, fie requested '.the Conference in 1661 to set him free from ordinary circuit boun daries, and allow him to choose, liis own' Bpheres of labour. During two days the request was ably discussed.,' Intense interest was excited, but the request was refused,- not without much regret by many members. ' ? After'apme. delay and much prayerful consideration, Mr. Booth resigned. His resignation .was accepted, and the seco...

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