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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
,'.'.'?':?'? SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. ? ,--».*- ..». K. ?;?:?? .:? -? . ? ? . ' , ' 'v TpjE LONDON ^ppEXHIBITIOTsf NOVEMBER, W2S v PRESS CABLE: The Wine Com petition attracted 115 entries— -the largest since the war — Gold First Medals Prizes PENFOLDS ...... 10 10 All other competitors, . 3 t . 3 . ? ? . ..,.?. ...... i PENFOLD$A%NES Won in Port, Sherry, Clatet, Hock, Burgandy, Muscat and Brandy. . ^ ? 1 ??,???«??????????,?- ; ' 'i '' '- ?;; -';'?' : \ ?'? I NOTICE OF ftEMOVAL. NORWICH UNION FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY, UMITED, -? v . ' and :. ?.'??' ,. .' ?.. ! NORWICH AND LONDON ACCIDENT INSURANCE ASSOCIATION. - On and after Wednesday, 2nd January, Business will' be Conducted ? ' ' in the Fine New Building to be known as, NORWICH UNION BUILDING, Waynfouth street, corner Bentham street, Adelaide^ R.- A. Paxton, Manager for South Australia; -?*-/- . ? . ~ .. .^ . , .- |^ ? ?piXECUTOB TBDSTEE AND AOEHG ±J COMPAOT OF ajL, LQUTEa 22 GrenfeUrtmt,'. Adelaide. ' lubicrf]-ecl:CipIbU ud.BeMm .. f...
"Burlesqued Religious Ceremonies." . [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
'Burlesqued Religious . -, Ceremonies.' . ? Sir — Once again 'the anonymous corre* tpondent avails himself of .the security o£ your columns- to criticise, a proceeding which h» ir evidpntlv nnt mme to do* in the open. He chooses, the singularly' apr pfopriate non de plume of 'Oyex.'. whlob! I* the call .of the old-time town crier, lha-) jwpular disseminator of news and goiiip, who traded on the ignorance and credulity; of his hearers by interspersing - the bit* of .scandal in bis public announcement*. Fortunately, tho fpread of education baa rendered him merely, a relic of the putt i but his spirit evidently lives in. people such as your correspondent, who level* , unjust -accusations at our stage 'presenta- tion tbia week in support of Air. Stanley; Wallace, our WurliUer organist.-. ? - I have no knowledge of the -other: inci dent to which 'Oyez' refers, but I am responsible for the staging of one of tha marriage ceremonies which he describes op a burlesque and , a travesty. ; Pos ...
The Despised Camel. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
The Despised Game]. Sir---Mr. McConville's letter is , not qhi(« right. The first camel arrived hero- bf tbe Appoline, in 1841, imported front Teneriffe by the Quakers, Phillips/ It wa* used in tne iuo exploration oi norroca, and it was tbe cause of his'death througli a gun explosion. Dr. Imlay, I think, imported cancels into Australia. Governor Gawler advocated camels for Australia, and The Register of 26/4/58, and ' onwards, .has' letters and 'a leader on, them. f - '-: Llamas were imported by Philip Levi from America for Sir James, (Register v 29/5/58), but were sot a.! success. Tho Register (24/8/58) writes on the proposal to import camels to Victoria front India, and (22/11/59). records the arrival' in Mel bourne, per P. & 0. steamer Malta, of four bull and two cow camels, a Victorian private venture, under the care-. of -two Arabs. Tbe Register (28/12/59) ' record* that Landells Had gone to India , to get camels for the -Burke and Wills expedition on account of tbe Vic...
EIGHT PERSONS INJURED. Car and Lorry Collide. SYDNEY. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
EIGHT PERSONS INJURED. ;&rand Lpriy Collide. - - ;v'. SYDNEY. Tuesday.' . jugut. persons, sue of tnem -members of ' two families,' were injured to-day when a motor, car and a motor.lorry, both carry ing jawengers, met in a head-on collision at Campsie. They were: — MB8. OLIVE PLUMMER, aged. 38 years, of Emu- street, Canterbury; lacera tions and Bhbck. PEGGY PLUM1IER, aged nine years: fractured, skull. ? ? PATRICIA PLUMMER, aged two and a half yearsj-severe facial injuries. ' ARTHUR WILLIAM NICHOLLS, aged ft years, of Fore street, Canterbury; in jury to right eye, contusions,- .and con cussion. ' GLORIA NICHOLLS, aged 12 years; lacerations, concussion, and shock. AGNES NICHOLLS, aged 32 years; fractured jaw, lacerations to right eye, concussion, and contusions to hands and face. ??'?'??.. . ? ? ? HENRY FORRESTER, aged 45 years, of Liverpool road,. Enfield; lacerations to head. - ? ... AUGUST SCHILL, aged 22 years, of Holden .street, Canterbury: cuts on. chin. AH the injured w...
Wesley College, Perth. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
iVeslev Collew, Perth. Sir— As tin old schoolmaster of 40 years standing, nearly 20 of them spent in South Australia, ' I . was present recently at the annual Wesley College speech dayy in the uaieiy jqeaire, ooniu jrenn.. xne prmei pal of the college (Mr. F. ^a'rd, MJL) was one of the masters in- your -famous Prince Alfred ' Colleger for' some time; and many of his old South Australian friend* will be pleased to know that Wesley Col lege is doing remarkably- well.' The. whole programme was carried out in a, most satisfactory manner. Tbe order of the gentlemanly looking lot of students during the afternoon could not have been sur passed. Professor Whitfield. drew com parisons between the education of days long past and that of the present day^and tried to impress on . the many young people in front of him that they must not waste the golden opportunity- they now have! As an old military man, I. have never seen excelled tho' gymnastic display in front if the beautifully situated, sub...
OVER 700-FT. CLIFF GIRL DISAPPEARS. BLUE MOUNTAINS MYSTERY STORY OF QUARREL IN MOONLIGHT. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
OVER 700-FT. CLIFF, GIRL ': DISAPPEARS, BLUE MOUNTAINS MYSTERY » STORY OF QUARREL IN MOONUGHT. SYDNEY, Tuesday. While holiday 'parties in tlie Blue Mountains were celebrat ing the new year with music and dancing, Nola Rowley; (18), ? who had gone to Katoomba with a party in a motor .car, and had. spent some time at a dance at La Plaza, on Echo Point, . went over a cliff and disappeared, leaving her companions horror-stricken in the moonlight, and gazing down into the hlftfiknese nf the vnlW 7fifl ft. below. Mits Bowley lived at Beroyle Flats, Coogee, and with the party in the motor Car, left Sydney yesterday for Katooinba. She entered into the. dance with the others, and about 2 o'clock this morning 'the party 'left the hall and returned to the motor car at Echo Point, at a spot blown as the Three Sisters. A little later a young man rushed into i, ^refreshment room at Echo Point and Breathlessly informed the manager that a girl had fallen over the cliff. The Ka toomba police were at...
SHIPPING AND MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
SHXPFIKG pi M^ItS. Elder; Smith, &? Co., Limited, agents for the P. &O. B.N.' Company,- advise that the R.JI.S. Comorin from Melbourne, ia »vruw-iul in nrrivo nt-the Outer Harbour at » p.m. to-oay, ana io leave iur xiuuuun at 5 p.m. to-morro*. -A .special 'train will leave Adelaide for the Outer Har bour at 8.2 a.m. on Thursday, and depart from there on return at 9.22: a:m: The special . train -for passengers embarkiug leaves Adeliade at 3.26 p.m. SEMAPHORE TIDES. Wednesday, January 2.— High water, '» a.m;; lew water, 1 p.m. . ' . MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS. . Tonnairp ii net reffistercd. as shown In Lloyd's [eglstcr. ARRIVED AT PORT ADELAIDE.— January 1. HEIDELBERG. 4,120, Antwerp. George Vills & Ck).; aeents. KARATTA. 229, W. J. Spells, Kingscote. -KOORAKA, 149, Kerrison, Port Vincent . NALPA, 305, A. G: Speirs, Jlelbourne. . Ade aide Steamship Company, agents.' ' ' WARRAWEE, 175, Ceo. McKay, Hog' Bay. ' YASBRA. 570,^ickhoff, Edithburgh. SAILED FROM PORT ADELAIDE...
DIVIDENDS AND CALLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
DIVIDENDS AND CALLS., The following dividends have been recom nended by the directors, or finally approved by ihareholders. The letter C. denotes dates on iliich transfer boots close, -unless otherwise TMifled:— . ? . ' ' ' Mian's. Limited, pref., fld., C. Jan. 5, P. Jan. liistralian Banner Knitting, ord. and pref. at rate 10 per cent' p.a.,' P. Jan. 15. ' ilarris, Scarfe pref., at rate. 0 per cent p.a., C. Dec. 18, P. Jan.. 2. - tloward Smith prijf., at rate 6 per cent. p.a., C. .Jan. 3. P. Jan. 9. ... ? r. Hoyt- Theatres A- and B prcf., at rate 8^pei cent p.a., C. Doc. 17, P. Jan. 8. Kuala Lumpur, 1/, C. Jan. 10, P. Jan. 19. Reid Bros. ord.. «d.', pref and A pret at rate ! ;8 per cent p.a., P. Jan ,9 ' Smith's Newspapers, pref, at rate 9 per cent. -'.p*.; C. Dec. 28; P. Jan. 7. South Kalgnrli.l/, less English income tax, at rate 2/8 in the £l, O. Jan. 3, P. Jan. 21. Sulphide Corporation, ord., 1/6 pref. 2/, 'both. less English income tax, 2/9. in the £1, C. ?Dec. 12, P. Jan. 15. '...
"CLEVER FOOLING." Unions and Safeguarding. Mr. Snowden's Interpretation. London January. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
IMERFOip^ ? TJWTWW .'? '.Turoi.™ 1 Mr. Phillip Snowden, the Labour M.P., writing- in a Labour magasine, 'describes the motion of the National Federation of Textile Union* in favour of safeguarding uuvicd ui| nvu| OUU IA3AlliCS AS ft PICCc of clever fooling, intended to' damn while profening to praise.' The federation, he declare*, was faced with a threat of re duced wages unless it supported the de mand for safeguarding, and made a pre tence of falling in with the suggestions. -Mr.- Snowden adds:— 'Tho jnombers of die federation'* .committee conducted its enquiry with impassive faces, the em ployers not suspecting that they were bcintr led up a lane. If I were not con vinced 'that the members of the commit tee 'drafted the report with their tongues in their cheeks I should be compelled to revise my high opinion of the common sense and acufenesa i of my fellowcountry men; particularly the officials of the Federation of Textile UnionB.'
BOY DROWNED IN BATHS BROKEN HILL Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
BOY DROWNED IN BATHS . BROKEN HILL. Tuerf.^ 3U Newtown street, was drowned in the municipal baths to-day.' He went to the buns from the central reserve with a 'om jwuou, ana wag last Keen about 3.30 p.m Whqn.divinir for stones about half »u hour later, Mr. R. Penny found the body. Dr. Branson and others tried resuscitation for over an hour without success. '; MOTOR CYCLISTS COLLIDE. (STANSBURY. Tuesday. . Garry Erast (20), a member of the local motor cycling club, was ridinn at the .Stansbury 'Recreation . Ground to-day when a collision occurred between him and a machine driven 'by L. Couch. The latter escaped injury; but Ernst was knocked unconscious. He. was taken to Mr. Schultz's 'residence 'nearby,' and Dr: Broad bent was summoned from Yorktown. The sufferer -was removed to the Yorketown Hospital, and had not regained conscious ness in the evening. RESCUED TOO LATE. PERTH, Tuesday. James Grove (36), married, of North Perth, got into difficulties five minutei after he entered the...
CRASHED INTO BRIDGE. Two Similar Mishaps. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
CRASHED INTO BRIDGE. ; Two Similar Mishaps. -?? ,--. ? ?-???. ? . . ., i ' . MELBOURNE, Tuesday. iwo serious motor accidents, caused in the same .way,, and. at, the same place, occurred at the overhead railway bridge, east of the Moe township, to-day. ing,' when on the way to Sydney, a motor car, driven by Mr, Edward Mackie Hall, ?ged 87 years, of Burwood, who was 'ac- companied by. his wife, Mrs. Fanny Mtrthi, Hall, aged 60 years, collided with the south-eastern wing of the bridge, and: swerving, to the left,, carried away the railings attached to two substantial redgnm posts, and fell to the permanent way— a distance fo 17 ft. 6 in. In falling, the car overturned, and landed on its ?wtein a drain at the foot of the cutting. Both occupants escaped serious injury but Mr. Hall had the flesh- torn from the jawbone on the inside of the mouth; .The second mishap occurred at 1.30 Jan., when 'a car, driven by Mrs. Miles Breen, accompanied by her husband, Mr. M. Breen, their two young daug...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
mwL ? Mr. F. A. Xakemao, accompanied by Mr. W. C. Hackett, will leave by the Comoriu ;on- Thursday for a -pleasure trip Abroad. Mr. Lakernan recently retired from thenrm of James Alaranau & Co., Limited -(now Myer Emporium, 8^..,; Limited), and Mr. Hackett has also retired from', business.' , They expect to Wisit friends in England, and travel back, through tbe Continent, returning to Ade laide about the -end 'of the year. 'Prominent passengers on tbe R.M.S. Comorin, which leaves the Outer Harbour to-morrow for London and ports, will in-, elude Judge Scholes, of New South Wales, who, accompanied by. Mrs. SchoIcB, ia' tra- velling to Europe and England; Mr. Jus tice' Owen,' of Sydney, accompanied -by Mrs. Owen, on ah excursion trip to Gey Ion; the Hon. Theodore Fink, travelling tor England and the Continent. Passen gers from 'Adelaide are:— The Hon. Mr*. Dudley Ryder, returning to England; Mr. F. A. Lakeman and Mr. W; Champion Hackett, visiting England. ? Mr. W. G. T. Goodman...
BRITISH INDUSTRIES FAIR. Great Publishing Feat. LONDON. December 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
BRITISH INDUSTRIES FAIR. Great PabKihing Feat. / ' : LONDOX. December 31. An advance overseas edition ot the cata logue of the London section of tbe British Industries Fair, which will be held this rear,- is now being issued to 10,000 business men in Jiurope, .Hortn America, ooum Africa, and1 tbe eastern coast of South America, including all those buyers who have notified the British Department of Overseas Trade of their intention to at tend tbe fair. . - - ... ? '._'''' ' ?'. _ ' - ''.'.'?-.. ?:''-~',' ' ??. / By this publishing feat, which has been made pdssiblo owing, to tbe keenness of British 'manufacturers to participate .m' trade resulting from the fair, buyers in cities as far , apart as Constantinople, C«p« town, and -Vanepuver will be able to receive a copy of the catalogue of the fair. before starting their voyage to Eng land. ?..' ?..'?-'.?,?? -: ;?-''?,,.? The catalogue, apart' from containing matter descriptive of the. entered exhibits of more than 1,200 British manufa...