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TRADES AND LABOUR HOTEL, CLUB, AND RESTAURANT EMPLOYES [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

TRADES AND LABOUR HOTEL, CLUB, AND RESTAURANT EMPLOYES ?The secretary of the Hotel, 'Club,- and Restaurant Employes'- -Union (Mr.' H.- I».' Baldock) will not be able ? to resume fuil duty, for some weeks; -He calls at the wiuce every aay,. uowever, to deal, wnn matters of importance. WINERY- EMPLOYES ; It was ascertained at the office of the Liquor Trades Federation on Tuesday^-that employes in wineries were not affected at present by the dispute over the price of grapes. The information available was that the winemakers had large stocks on hand from last year, and that none of them needed to buy any grapes this season. Some had vineyards of their own, which made them still more independent. Reports from country districts were to the effect that, the winemakers were prepared to buy at what they considered a reason able price, but would not give the rate demanded by the growers. AUSTRALASIAN ENGINEERS Members ' of the Australasian Society of Engineers, at ' a meeting on Monday re cei...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
DETECTIVE ON THE STAIRS What He Saw in Theatre Lobby [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

DETECTIVE ON THE STAIRS What He Saw in Theatre Lobby A charge of larceny from tne person at the Majestic Theatre, Adelaide, on De cember 29, was preferred against Robert Cn-;th ninrir n( ftnndwood. before Mr. Jl. .al. MUirueau, OJl., m me .aueiuMi« Police Court - yesterday. Mr. L.. Bond (police prosecutor) conducted the prosecu tion, and Mr. -W. A. Rollison appeared for defendant. Mr. Bond, in opening the case, sub mitted that Frederick John Blum, of Dale Btreet, Port Adelaide, was in the vestibule of the Majestic Theatre -at about 2.30 p.m. on the day in question, and .took a position in a queue at the approach- to the ticket office. There was a lot. of pushing behind him. and he was pushed round about the hips. ' -'-- ' _ Prior to approaching the ticket omce Blum had taken money from his purse and placed it in his right-band hip pocket.' The purse contained about 30/. At 6 o'clock that evening he was in the National Cafe, King JVilham street. He felt for his purse, and it was miss...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PREVENTION OF DISTEMPER Dogs Rendered Immune Scientists Triumph After Five Years [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

PREVENTION OF DISTEMPER . Dogs Rendered Immune Scientists Triumph After five Years Dog owners everywhere will be inter *8ted in' the announcement that a com plete preventive for distemper in 'dogs taa been* found/ ?— ? -' - ?? Alter live, yearff reseafen worn con ducted by Dr. Laidlaw and Mr.. F. W. Donkin at the Mill Hill Laboratories of the Medical Research Council on behalf of The Field Distemper Fund, a vaccine has : Veen discovered which will give dogs complete -immunity from the disease. The report of the investigators appears in The Field : . ; The method of Immunization consists of a double inoculation. The first- inocula- tion, the research, commtitee' report states, is made with a vaccine which is' the inactivated virils of distemper. The second is made, after an interval of about 10 days, with an attenuated strain of liv ing virus. The dose of living virus i« a hundredfold that which would infect a dog not . previously treated with the vac cine, but as a' rule it is follo...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A King's Gratitude [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

A Kiiw's Gratitude - Sir— In her article in TJio B«guterr 'A King's Gratitude,' Nelle -M^-,' Scanlan mentioned a bounty bestowed on ths Pendrells. on account of seririces rendered by a Pendrellto Mng wales U., on bis 'lefeit at the battle ^of'Worcester.V.Tbis brought to my mind' ari old tomb I saw in the church yard of. St. Giles-in-tho Fields in an evening ramble' in London some mouths ago. ' .;.-' ?, . . The old church yard bas-ioDg ceased to be a burial ground. A children's play ground, fills one corner; seats have been placed under the trees; and the old folk oi the neighbourhood ^gather there for rest. The tomb is at tho back of tilt church, and on 'one side is this inscrip tion:— 'The Tomb of Richard Pendrell, the Preserver ? of the life of King Chai. the Second.' The inscription on the other Bide reads' thus: — ? ? ' ?? ? ? , }lm lies BicUrd Fendrell, PrtMrrer tai' Conductor to his sacrtd Mtjerty Kinjr Chsrlct II. of Orrat Brittlii, ajtrr Ills eutpe from Worcester rlgbt 1851;...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SPORTS AND PASTIMES. RACING NOTES WOODEND FIXTURE TO-DAY. REMARKABLE RECORD [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

SPORBf AND PASTIMES, RACING NOTES ♦ WOODEND FIXTURE TO-DAY. BY TUSMORE. ? REMARKABLE RECORD TThe Gle'nelg trainer, H..;Butler,-. has, had a most successful innings .with twoyear olds, this season, having .won six events, but a; still greater; achievement stands' to the credit ot tne,. .tmn trainer, -j; -i. Kelly, wh6,'.durihg-.hi8rarecr, has. trained many first-class, .gallopers,- including, the mighty Eurythmic. = ?.' i i. ?? ? v Kelly has had an extraordinarily success ful run in Juvenile events this season. There have heen eight open races for youngsters in Western Australia, , and hones Sxom. his. stable have, won ..them all. ; In the. eighth victory, however, another trainer disputed the honours with Kelly, for the,: litter's youngster Three Stripes dead-heated. wHh-GayTlomano.. ']'.''. ':'-- 'AT .WOODEND. ?A^race meeting will be heldat Wood end this afternoon, and the programme is published in ^another 'column. -' -AMBASSADOR ENQUIRY .* Further ' 'evidence ;ln the Ambassador c...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
EPSOM WEIGHTS Run on Saturday TWO-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP Five furlongs less 20 yards [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

EPSOM WEIGHTS . Hun on Sotnrday' TWO-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP FlvA'fnrlonn leu SO vardl -- - St ft. v -.' tt. tt. KIthn'i . . . , 0 3 Bemlel . . . . T IS Toniulnt . . . 8.10 Halalle . . . -. '7 IS Bethany ;' . -n . r8 7. Pcnnlcc .... 7 IS Sir Befglo . . , 8 8 Mlu Muffltt . . 7 11 Ki Astra .... 8 S Spear Star , . . 7 11 Bon Cor .??«'. .--S- 1 8tar. Blvef . . -i 1 If Drayford . . . . ' ?» .1 '- Sublto ^.- .--^ n. 7. 11 Poltitoi .... 8 1 Benin . . . .7 10 reasho .:-«'. ViS'-l .Three-Star --.. 7 10 SVnt Tor . , . 8 1 Invictut . .'» .77 Bnenview ... 8 0 Orangeade , . . 7 7 Last Hain ... 8 0 SUr of the Eart: 7 8 Red Mariey. , . 8 O'Pop Home . ..71 Spearahiel ... 8 0;. Mild of. Sierra.' 7 S EPSOM 'PLATE Six furlongs '?'? - rulliui ...»». S Apia . .... 7 12 Blaronga . . .-,9. S' Bethang-.. '.'. 7 11 Phonic . . . m 8, IS- Ealonia . . ;'-.? 7 9 JdJong .... 8 18 Stowe (imp.) .78 Coone Bay . .- 8 .9; Honorlom , ,:. 7 i taclc Manette . 8 »-. Pterylaw . . . 7 4 Ragano.. , . , -8- 7 -;- Bradbury. . . « ....

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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PROPRIETARY MINE Treatment of Residues BROKEN HILL, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

PROPRIETARY MINE Treatment of Residues TJPnTTEV TTTT.T, TnMiintr The Proprietary Jline- has started treat ing- residues and tailing at dump- under Henderson'* proctst, which is be lieved to be out of the experimental Stage. -They are ? 'employing SO men, divided into three shift*. . It is not - ex pected that any more will be employed, on ?ccbunt of space, ' . ; . - ' ' ' :'

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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BAROMETER. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

BAROMETER: ? Tfitf foUbfing. UWc gives, the six-houriy cor tKtrfmi «duc*Tto m«n stt l«ri .and baro ?ater 'readings 'durtajt the last three day«, 3S . dejc-OthiC/Judrsfandaid. gravity, corresponding .' wlth'7tber «itherni»p !—'.' . . ' ? .' , ' ;, .^' 's aim; 9 a.m. 3 P-u»- 9 p.m. Sunday .'? ..'i.' ^O.OO' S0.03 38.89 ,;39,8S Monday.. .. .. 29.80 29.82 '29.73 20.1* «Sw4»y'V. - ' J -SMI- 40.81-: S»;.7S 29.69 WEAfHtR HEPORT8' ANO-VOHECAITS, Suppjltd by lh« CommoRwsaltb INtooroloflUt ? '? ? ADELAIDE, Janiary 8. ;'. -.'?'?'' .,' ,' ' -' -'Fortetrti' ''?'. ,,? ?'. South 'AubalU (itswd at » &»..' Tuc«d«j). .—Wnc, \i\a cool to modents temperaC1™1 0-;r thenttln) trnt. .Wnt'to eootli vriada; squally ' tc th« south-iart. . V - . . TV«stern' Australia.— Sultry and -ntaotUrf in troplct. with «ca(Iw«l rain and thunder extend lo«- to the fields; otherwise fine.' South-att wipdjcliieny. .'? ' . ?? ?'OuNnrtind.— Furthtr jrain and .thusdir os iiortk cout ud srulf rcuMrj-; otbervlw hot, ?olTifi...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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King's Illness Other References on page 12 CONDITION MUCH ABOUT THE SAME LONDON, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

Kings Illness .;'? ?-'? O^rRef erenow on page .12 .,;-.. --{j;-THE'SAMt;^.: ;- Kb'jbullotili was issued 'from Bucking ham -Palace this morning. It is under stood/however, that the King's condition is rowh' abdut- the same. . . ?Bur! Stanley Hewett, Sir Hugh Rigby, andiord Dawson were in consultation for an. hour and, a half. . . ?? ; It m understood that the King had a nood ,nighi, 'and that bus condition given cause lor satisfaction. Although no further improvement ins yet been reported, tho King Is on tho upgrade.

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BRAVE WOMAN WHO HAS DEVOTED HER LIFE TO THE BLACKS Miss Daisy Bates's Work at Ooldea Well [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

BRAVE WOMAN WHO HAS DEVOTED HER LIFE TO THE BLACKS       Miss Daisy Bates's Work at Ooldea Well Few white men, and certainly no white women, know much more about the habits, customs, and, characters of the     Australian aborigines than Miss Daisy   Bates, who for many years lived alone   and ministered to the needs of necessitous natives at Ooldea Well. Mr. Heinrich, acting superintendent of the Hermannsburg Mission Station, stated on Friday that he disapproved of any white woman working among nude blacks, and considered that it lowered her in the estimation of the natives to their own standards. In this connection he instanced Miss Daisy Bates, of Ooldea, and Miss Lock. Miss Bates, however, is probably re- garded by the natives in an entirely diffe- rent light from any other white women. She is not a missionary, but has devoted her many years of isolation at Ooldea   to the stud...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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GIRL OF 14 WHO SAVED MOTHER FROM THE BLACKS FIRED REVOLVER AT CRITICAL MOMENT COMMISSION HEARS GRAPHIC STORY OF LONE WOMAN'S FIGHT OUTBACK ALICE SPRINGS, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

GIRL OF 14 M0~ WffiR MOTHER FROM THE BLACKS FIRED REVOLVER AT CRITICAL MOMENT COMMISSION HEARS GRAPHIC STORY OF LONE WOMAN'S FIGHT OUTBACK (Exclusive to The Register by our Special Representative, who is travelling with the Board of Enquiry.), ALICE SPRINGS, Tuesday. '?'.In an arid spot; 120 miles from Alice Springs an elderly woman, with a handful of sheep and cattle, is fighting a lone battle with the drought and the blacks. She is Mrs. Isabel Price, and is her own musterer' over seer, goat milker and kUler. Her only companions are.a child . of 14, her gun, and for revolver. She sticks out gamely ofsinst loneliness and bush terrors, because her husband's dying wish was that sh,e should con tinue his 'efforts to make a living out of Central Australia. ? _ Even her two daughters, skilled cattle hands and her only white help for years, have left her— married to young pastoral ists, whom they help now instead of their mother. . The board of enquiry into the tilling of blacks ;in Centr...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MR. JUSTICE POWERS Report Says He May Retire Shortly Federal Attorney-General May Succeed Him MELBOURNE, To-day. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

MR. JUSTICE POWERS Report Says He May Retire Shortly Federal Attorney-General May Socceed Him MELBOURNE. Tc-dav. It is understood) in legal circles . that Mr. Justice Powers, after the - ' vacation, will not resume the posi- ? tion he»has occiroied on fhe High . Court Bench for nearly 16 .years. When spoken to , to-day, Mr. Justice Powers said that no time had been1 fixed :or bis retirement, and he could not say lefinitely whether or not he would re mme. The first definite statement should come from the Federal Attorney-General (Mr. J. G. Latham). Mr. Justice Powers is entitled to somo leave and, in all probability, he will take this before his retirement. He was ilevated to the High Court Bench on March 5, 1913, and ia therefore, entitled to retire on a pension, equal to one-halt if his salary. . The retirement of Mr. Justice Powers, f it should occur early in the new law rear, would impose upon the Federal Ministry, the task of appointing a sue :essor. The elevation of the present...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
EX-REBELACTS AS PEACEMAKER BOER GENERAL'S NEW ROLE NAMAQUALAND DIAMOND DIGGERS QUIETENED CAPETOWN, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

EX-REBELACTSAS PEACEMAKER BOER GENERAL'S NEW ROLE NAMAQUALAND DIAMOND DIGGERS QUIETENED CAPETOWN, January 7.' That there- has been no disturbance on the Namaqua land diamond field is attri butable to the Dacifying influ ' ence of a former rebel. The central figure at Port Nollothover the week-end has been Manie Maritz, the former South African general who' rebelled and crossed over to the Germans in 191 Maritz cleverly . discussed the situation prttb. the river diggers and the Namaqua landers, :' and then 'brought their repro lentatives'. together. ?'? '/ ' The Namaqualanderg elected Maritz at. their commandant in their raid on the diggings, but be .. emphasized ' that: there must 'be no suggestion of .' force. ; Ho strongly- ' denounced -the ^Government to tbr river diggers, characterized 'their y«r posed mass meeting as dangerous, -and advocated- interviewing- the Minister.. . HANDS-UP AT BACKFIRE ,. ? After- two adjournments, a -.meeting w« held at 3 p.m., which passed .a resolut...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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COUNCIL OPENS IN CLOSE SECRECY Gen Booth Not Present LONDON, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

COUNCIL OPENS- IN CLOSE, SECRECY ben. Booth Not Present LONDON. Janu»rv 8. .extraordinary precautions were taken it -'Sunbury1 . Court to prevent unautho rized persons from gaining admission to the meeting of .the High Council this luuiuuig. unuormeu aaivauomsis pa. rolled the extensive grounds Eurroundin? Ihe maniioni while others, with' loc.il policemen, guarded the g«{e. J All. 84 .delegates were compelled to show i .permit, . including Commissioner Cather ine 'Booth, who arrived in a motor car, as did others .in,:- the family, including Mrs. Bramwell Booth. ? The bulk of the delegates took a special train from Waterloo to Sunbury Station, whence they travelled to the bouse in a motor bus and a char-a-banc. When the last vehicle had arrived the gate was. closed. Some of the crowd of spectators obtained ladders and perched on the top of the walls, but they were unable to gee anything. NEW ZEALANDER IN THE CHAIR The Chief of Staff (Commissioner Hi; gins) presided at tbc opening sta...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GEN, BOOTH AT HOME AND WELL DOCTORS CERTIFY FITNESS SAY VETERAN'S INTELLECT IS UNIMPAIRED LONDON, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

GEN.- BOOTH AT HOME AND WELL DOCTORS CERTIFY FITNESS SAY VETERAN'S INTEL LECT IS UNIMPAIRED ' ? ' . LONDON. January 7.' A' remarkable development in the dispute over the leadership of the Salvation Army was the issue to-dav of a medical bulletin, stat mg'~tnaf tien. juootn is maKing progress towards recovery and that hit illness has riot impaired his intellect. ? ?'' A meeting of the High. Council of the Army, ' comprising. 64 officers from all parts of the world, will beheld at Sun bury-on-Thames to morrowl' ' The question, of the fnture leader ship of the Army, which will be the matter before the meeting, has been raised owing 'to the illness :';'of-. Gen. Bramwell ? Booth, ?',:?:.??- :t .-..'' ? . ' wn-- waB staiea m iiave becom; physically unfit to discharge Ms responsibilities. as autocratic bead of the Army.'.; ?;'? '??''? WHAT THE FOUNDER LAID DOWN Bjamwell Booth V father, the first Gen. Booth, who founded the Army, had a deed drawn up. in 1901, which provided that a general ...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
I Nand Out of the City TO-DAY's WEATHER FORECAST [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

TNondOutM 1 /%m T0-DAY'« -WEATHER' FORECAST . . pint, *lth ooo| la moderate temperatures ovtr the Mtllad twi. Wilt to Muth win*; 'iquilly to th* Kxrth-e*it. Bv Autolvcus. . A thoughtful 'relation has sent to me from England a copy,of,-The- Sunday.' Ex press, which contains ' an article ' detailing unr.the Duke ? of -York overcame the im pediment in his -speech principally through the aid of ? ilr. Lionel Logue, an old Adelaide boy, who will be remem bered as a well known reciter. - He was a pupil of the late Edward Beeves. From boyhood the Duke was afflicted with' a slight stam mer which ' made public speaking an almost unendurable ordeal. His natu ral ' nervousness in :ensitied the difficulty, and he began to ivoid speaking to people. The 'Duchess ?rorked wonderfully to help him. Before rcming to Australia to open the Common wealth Parliament His Royal Highness de eded- to- make one final effort -to remedy lis speech defect, and he consultel Lionel tiogue. ? '? ? ' v * ? ? ? ? .. ?...

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

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES,. AND :- DEATHS^ - -? . SPECIAL NOTICE. - innounamcnU of Births, JlirrUjrci. Deathl, ?to Jfonoriam Notlcet. and BcreaTemeiit Caru^, ,not eiMtdiDB five linea. are inurted in The ?Besiiter and The Obtencr for the (ingle chance ofHalfa.CrbwD for each' inicrtlon: extra lmea '«d. each.' Minimum charge, 2/0. The name and : tddrenof the aender most in all caaea be given. Jtath Advertisement', in whkb a Funera AnnoinieeniHlt is made, are charged for ai if tli« Death and Funeral were uparate announce ments, via., a minimum charge ot I/O in each ' In aleinorlam and Death Announcementa con- tainlnB reference to more than one deceased are tainted i/6 each for each deceased tneotloned, , It if they were dirtinct and separate announce 'enU' BIRTHS. ''?'BARTLETT^— On tho 4th January, at 'Ken- rorim' Private HofplUl.- Baglnn street, Ed warditow. to Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bartlett, of Bridgnvater— a daughter (ValraJl Elizabeth). BARTY (nee Sard).— On the 4th January, Nellie, wife of Re...

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COLD GRIPS UNITED STATES Thirty-Six Deg. Below Freezing Point CHICAGO, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

COLD GRIPS UNITED STATES     Thirty-six Deg. Below Feezing Point     CHICAGO, January 7.         Numerous deaths are reported as a     result of the intense cold prevailing over the middle west, with temperatures rang- ing from zero to 10 deg. below in the   Chicago area, and dropping to 20 deg. below in cities to the north-west.   Devil's Lake, North Dakota, recorded 36 deg. below zero.             Relief agencies throughout the area are besieged by poor people, seeking food and fuel. Acute distress prevails, par- ticularly in Chicago and Milwaukee.

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
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ILL-FATED FLIGHT [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

ILL-FATED FLIGHT Hurley, Moir, and Owen left Sydney   on October 30 in the Spirit of Australia, aiming to fly to London and back in 28 days. Engine trouble so delayed them in crossing the continent that they de- cided to count the time of their journey from their departure from Australian shores. Leaving Wyndham on the morning of November 5, they battled on over the is- ands and through India, but the heaviness of their machine, and the smallness of the aerodromes, accentuated by bad weather, caused them to fall far behind schedule, Cairo was reached on November 22, and it was decided to fly to London via the Balkans. On November 26 the adventure ended at Athens, the cause being the one which had hampered the flight throughout— too heavy a load and an inadequate runway. The machine failed to rise from the aero- drome, turned turtle, and was badly dam- aged. Capt. Hurley was injured. The Ryan monoplane used was the same type as that flown by Col. Lindbergh. Flying Office...

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CHRISTMAS EVE SMASH Verdict of Accidental Death [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 9 January 1929

CHRISTMAS EVE SMASH Verdict of Accidental Death "Accidental death" was the verdict   diet given yesterday at the Inquest into the death of William Sawle   Hughes, who died on December 30 from injuries received wnen   knocked over by a motor car in Rundle street on Christmas Eve. The Acting City Coroner (Mr. C. L. Matthews) found that William Sawle Hughes, of Bundle street, city, died at the Adelaide Hospital as the result of Injuries accidentally received. Mr. B.E. Newman appeared for Robert McQueen, the driver of the lorry con- cerned in the accident. Walter Harold Hughes, grocer's assistant,   of Woodville road, Woodvilie,   brother of deceased, gave evidence of identification. Dr.Sleeman (medical superintendent of the Adelaide Hospital) said that in hisopinion death was due to the suppres-   sion of the urine following the injuries mstained in the accident. Deceased showed signs of having suffered from ...

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