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TO THE EDITOR Current Politics. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
MTHE EDIXQfc Current Politics. Sir-^-Mr. Tuck (president Country rany Astociation) should have waited ,«ntU he was in a calmer framo-.of wind before at tA^ntiior tn %itii-lfip mv renly to what Mr. Badman is supposed-to -aave wm™. * have never hinted or suggested that his or any other party received financial support from another party, or from any, sourcq whatever. ? t^''j t . j ?the first mention of finfflW wppwt was made by Mr. Badman., In hls.flrifc letter the following appeared:— 'If may be news to Mr. Tilbrook that hundreds of Liberals are leaving the Liberal federa tion -to join thte Country ?f«rty; . They are not only leaving the Liberal Federa. tion, uut nave suoscnuea iuuob w *»«»» the Country Parly.' In his second letter be asked inter alia:-'Has the' Liberal Federation not taken the. liquor -vote? Has the Liberal Federation , taken the financial support ' from them!' \Thtt . is the contemptible propaganda that' the pro sident of the C.P.A. has the effrontery to charge me ...
WAS HE DRUNK? Doctor in a Dilemma. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
WAS HE DRUNK? Doctor in a Dilemma. A dbctor'S delirrifiia ih an alleged .cage 6f dfUnfteaness^dh ?which. B6 had been consulted, is dtsclbgea in ' Thfe, Brltisli ^loditvil Jdiifhal br Dr. Sidiier Matthews. )r. Matthews explains that the man bad jeen drinking, that he passed every test, rot that he was not fit to drive a cor. Was Be (Df. M»tthew«), lie askfe^ to per'- jufe'riirhWlCand' say 'dfUak'' Without comme'ntT Wai lie to say that the. man was 'not drunk as at present defined,' ot to-day 'not. drunk in the ordinary, sense 8f the words, but unfit id be in charge of a. carf ' ' 'MJf QxWfigEce at ttie f eeJHt ?ScsiionS.' 3t. Matthews atids, 'my curtain lecture ij* the chairman, my cros^eiaminatioh by the grand jury, havelKt Ibeir marlt. The atfeused stepped 'uiit a free. man.' . j . ?? 'I hSve every hbpe'Be ilrrived hoBle safely, without dtunngc to himself, or, what ia . perhaps.. ,pore ,impor.tant, domEge to . others. Still my_ .'.conscience asks me, 'Have I done right!' ,'Dr. tfat...
CURRENT COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
? CURRENT CdMMENTS. At' a hieetiiiK of scientists fn' Texas, a. professor reported that ho bad scan a pig resembling an elephant.— And they have prohibition in Texas. jx wuiesman was recently nneu lor pos acEBins;. nnjust scalei.— No dotibt he t6w eces the error of bis woigbt. ' Pillion ridihj; is dying out.' ilys' a motor journal.— A 'ialling-off' does ottur now and again. , : , ? 'How can I get rid of unwelcome guests?' asks a newspaper readers-Just treat them like member of the family. The birthdav of. the umbrella 'was re cently celebrated.— Many liaprW f«ttttt*. coot juit eloped ???with, liim.1! . V'.
AUCKLAND RACES. AUCKLAND, TUESDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
AUdkUND fUdfS. AU6MLAiib, tu'udiy. The principal event at the Auckland. Bacn »day was the (ifeat Sorthcffl DffEft 61 f 8,000, rtlch reaultfid:— *?.; '? ,_:.''?..,. . Bed Heckle, b-.fi, b^ WarpliSs=4leniBce, tj Prddice.'-S; ToSettiB* 4V . -Wdfi M tfitee i.Uirten oT a length. Tlm#,. i.ii -?£- FOnr ilia staHH. . ^ . ? ' ? _ -? Kewnlarlcet Haddicap.^'lIttlM.' il PajjiBlllI, ii Hirii Tinanct, S. ' '' ; -' .
SOVIET PROPAGANDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
SOVIET PROPAGANDA; - A message from lloscow states that th« Soviet gramophone companion havff been recedtl$ making a large nfimber of record! of. speeehes by Lenin, Bukbarib.' Stalin, and i other Bolshevik leaders.- ?'-. These speeches are being rcprbdutcd in ' \-driotu! Kuropetn -and Eastern languages, and arc intended for the purpose of spreading Com munist --ideas . abroad. The records arc being turned out ip very large numbers, as the Bolsheviks regard this new form, of propaganda as highly important and' es ptct it to acUieve enormout tucetn. .
LANDLORD FRIGHTENED. Unemployed Commandeer House. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
LANDLORD FRIGHTENED. Unemployed Wffltoandeer Hotise; 'I haVe never .. known such, an oxtrsi irdinary position before,' declared Judge Crawford, at Edmonton ? CouHty Court, Enkkuld. after he had heatd the follow ing story:— 15 life Mf.AHHur Ernes, of Ponders End bought a Iioubc in Shakespeare road, Euffiontdtli with the' Intention1 that his brother should occup? it. \During the three or foiir days' that the house was empty, awaiting the arrival of the furni ture* the windows on the ground floor were brokeni the Unemployed Association took forcible possession, and .put in a Mr. and Mrs. Whybrow and their family as tenants. Mr. EmeS crilled at tHe house the ttert day, but a mob of ? unemployed Were' gathered1 outside, arid - Because oi their menacing attitude [it was stated) he Was ftfraia to1 turn the family out. Mr. Ernes'* brother had to be content with one upBtairs room. Promises Broken. Latef Mfiilfid Mfg. Whybrow gr6mised tfl leVve at the Earliest oppottlinit}', afia tfie Uflampl...
BOTH RIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
fcOTM rtlOHT. A Certain Man boasted of hil ability eo re&qraisS A -mtaV profession by merely lookln* at him. a. .- . 'Von see that man Oiinosite us!' Be NmSrkeA'in a. railway station one day: '1 m willing to wager that lie is & bar» oer ' ' 'You are mlstfikeV' fejrtiid Ofii tit ik [Kendsi .'that man Is 4 butehef.' -. 'Ifflpeesible! ? YdtTfief 6f S4W a bUtchW With «U6u Tjrhite liSnOT.'* . ??,'..,, . Perhaps, butl. still inalntiiii that he ii k butcher,''. . v. ~ 'flow do you know!!' ? ? ' -^ -'- ' : 'H8 shaved W« M week.' .ffl&
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
Exclusive Features. The Saturday Journal - - ' ,The unquestioned supremacy of THE SATURDAY , JOURNAL at a popular week-end to&gazihe newspaper '. .r- * is largely due to the EXCLUSIVE fafturei presented - - ' ' ' to reader* tvith each issue. Among the rttitneroui ' ? - .- published aritacHOM Ut~-: '- , Hie Front Page Special. . - ' Sodal Topics by 'Lady Kitty.' ? . Lait*tnlnote Rid iiff Selections. Sporting Revfew by The Stroller. -.'-'' * Up-tfrdate Magazine Section. _.* ' / , / Budget of Short Stories. r ' Exclusive Page of Puzzles. -' ' The Boys' Own Corner. - ., * 5CL 'TwinMer' Club* Also , SPECIAL NOTES on Nature Topics, Wire- . ''? ' less, Gramophone, Angitag, Bridge, Home :.\'J;'IV' -. . Proiecti, Gardening, Poultry; Dogs, &„ tod ? :t-^ - »«oy iltartrated features. * - ' s.-rc. _ - _?-_ x — .... ? !___!_ __^_ ^^»_1_ . . : THE TOURISTS' ROAD MAP ADELAIDE MELBOURNE jit The Codrong and TH6 PRINCE'S HIGHWAY with a Full Description \ AND OTHER ROUTES ' Offi&...
THE ANSWER. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
THE AHsVvEB. 'Shy.iS 4 woman- lite afi,ufflur«l!a?'- V/'Beeaufe yon' rievtf get the right ofi*. ' WWis ? ' 'Soi that isn't tts ans««f !' . . weiij a. woman, is uiie an omureua tccfuie he. fades :. with igei ft that it?' '?;'.,. .?'. .'-'.;'? '^Jo-'' ' '* ' ? '? ''' . Jit i» I^ckuie 'siS 'always 'hai ' io shut itp., whett**- ' Ifq, that can't be r|l~ Be cause sh* ttatds in ' the- bait - and'-rio! .Because* the in bitter out of the House!' 'Gllesl Sgafli!' 'Because' you - can't find a pocket in Htte«»- ?? '~ '?'? ???-;? ' ? .JITo; h»T« another gooti'' ?'? ' ,? 'T wbn'ti A wotaan isn't like «tt ahl« ? brulfti . There' isn't' the slightest resem Wkneft' '? * ? ? -???:?? ??- : . ? .' '1 knew Wcbuldn't guess it: It's lec4BIe &fi adcuStbmfrd to rtigiJ.'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
Indigestion mdDyspepsia The ienncBti whUh an wmSati vtea Ike digestive orgvu fan to -U tMr ?wk-thonatUr an. ufortwutclr. m wcO kanm 10. no* ptopk tbst U Is not iwiiT to mention tht vazfcnu - afBptbai tibiae from Indication and ,J D^ipcptli. WARNER'S SAFE CURE Trill- (a all cue, of ImJJfwtlon sad Dy»Pfpiia tire prompt relief and alto »*or* tire Lirer to healtky acUon. .Nay In UUsg tbe propet rantd? U aoat daactmu. Soli br AmmkU C ttonbtpti* tm»*B* Aataka him! S/-.»mt\rJiS-Z»mLmldt^m}tm. f
NEWS OF THE DAY. EXCESSIVE USE OF WATER. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
f^^^pfTi^m^m. *? EXCESSIVE USE OF WATER. ; The Victorian 'Rivers and .Water. Supply Commission', although it is a seller of water,. still considers that there is. a ten dency to use too much water for irriga ?wu uukuu ui .Kanjtu& UUb U1U1C vulMVd tion. In conjunction with the officers of the Department of. Agriculture the com mission has made its tests in Victoria (cays The Melbourne Argus) to obtain as much information on this matter as possible. At Red Cliffs tests of soil per colation were carried out by the officers of the research station of Merbein, and the result, it is stated, was a practical demonstration that most settlers were using more water for irrigation than was necessary. Arrangements are being made to publish the conclusions reached in order that cottiers may learn that the best results of irrigation are obtained by an economical use of water combined with cultivation and proper treatment of their blocks. -.?'.?.' * SCOUTS' EXODUS. A party of 82 Boy Scouts ...
SYDNEY MATCH. CLOSE-FOUGHT ISSUE. Many Chances Missed. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
SYDNEY MATCH. CLOSE-FOUGHT ISSUE. Many Chances Missed. The match between New Sooth Wales and Queensland, which wilt probably be decided on: the first ? Innings, Is most Intefestlrig. The northerners totalled 435, and the home team -has scored 379 for the loss af sewn wlckett. SYDNEY. Tuesday. . The match: between. New South Wales and' Queensland entered upon its second stage -to-day, in delightful weather. The overnight position was that Queensland had totalled 435, and New. South Wales bad scored 33 without loss. : Jackson (10) and Fairfax (19) resumed to the bowling of Thurlow, and off his third Jackson, for the second time iu the innings, was missed bv-Rowe at se cond slip. It was the easiest of chances'. The fieldsman was so annoyed at his miss that he -threw the ball hard to the bowler, who failed' to gather it in, and four -for an overthrow, resulted. Bensted carried - on ' the attack at the southern end. n. In -his next, over Thurlow caused Jackson to play on. Seddon filled t...
UNHAPPY HOMECOMING. Youth Released and Rearrested. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
UNHAPPY HOMECOMING. ^oiith Released and ftearrested. (An inauspiciong beginning to the new ?ear was experienced^ a |0Dng man ra Tuesday, wfien,. after traveling Z£ S&52SA'?!*'* tow* wher! he hSS ? „ 1 / , , ™u, *cit«cu, jig was again ?ffinhoteby the police as i0OB M hc rfStmf ^ H- L-JHanl0'. of Formny street, Hilton reported to the police that aunr \a,rt been stolei- from the city Subsequently it-was found abandoned at Truro, witn evidnece of an accident hav ingoccurred. On Saturday, M.C. Bert. ll'*}??*1*™' arrested tWee youths' *e eHest bcmg-19 years of age, on charges of unlawful possession and larceny .nerotmett, who was an abseonder from the Eawardstown Industrial School wm returned there, the second was com: mitted to the Magill Reformatory, while the eldest waa released on a bond Subsequently it was alleged that 'he was concerned in the theft of Mr. Hanlon* car, and after his return* from Blanche town to his home1 at Kilkenny on New 1 ears Day he was arrested by P.C. S...
A BRONTE AUTHORITY. Visited by American Hustler [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
A BRONTE AUTHORITY. ?& ? ?'.«??' ? ? ? Visited by American Hustler.- „ Mr. Jonas Bradley, the well-known authority on tbe Brontes, bos just cele brated his ? Seventieth birthday, and, io mark tha occasion, a unique birthday icoei* ui jLurjuuuie uiuiu,. uuuijjjuikb, ouu oatcake, and « 'sing-song? took place in the Bronte country. - It was 'a reight do,' aa they say in Yorkshire.' 'Tbe Bronteland schoolmaster,' as h» has been called., is generally regarded as the greatest living authority on tha Brontes. Residing in the heart of the district, Mr. Bradley, since becoming Til lage schoolmaster in 1889, has done much valuable work ' for the ' Bronte Museum. He has had visitors from all over the world, and cultivates correspondence with them. It is not unusual for him to hear from friends in Australia, America, Japan, and the colonies. ' ; Mr. Bradley is a native of Cowlini. iao DirmpiBce oi .oi^. ..rniup - Dnuwaen, M.P., and tbe two were pupil teachers | together. They are great ...
FIRES IN SUBURBS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
FIRKIN-SUBURBS^ At .about 2. o'clock on Tuesday aftei^ noon the Uhley Fire Brigade- received a call by .telephone to Charles street, Forest ville, whera a fire had broken out in a uacit room 01 a nouse occupied ? by Jir. C; B. Griffiths/The fire had a good hold on the. rear-portion of the houe when the brigade, in charge of Station Officer Luck, Jrnved, and it' was well over an hour later before the blaze was extinguished. Ihe room' in 'which the fire -broke' out was badly damaged, and two front rooms were also damaged by the smoke and water. Later in the afternoon the Norwood Fire Brigade ' received a call . to Swaine avenue. Hose Park, where a motor car. belonging to Mr. F. B. Fitner, had caught alight.. The blaze was quickly extin guished. Mr. Fitner said that the fire was caused. by the engine backfiring while he was cleaning lit. ' - .- V
WEALTH AND WIFE. Toy Pistol Bandit. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929
WEALTH AND WIFE. ?Toy; Pistol BanditL A' spice of devilry wins admiration from most people, and many New Yorkers re cently sighed regretfully that Robert Pres tbn: aoed 21: is renosintr. in a police hospi tal with a bullet in his thign. ? . ? ? He came to New York. a month ago ,with onlya- toy .pistol in his pocket, but it- secured him expensive hotel living, numerous taxicab rides, and a wife, before lie was captured. His nigntly routine has been to hold .up taxicab drivers at the point of hfs fancy pistol, and obtain either their fares or a free ride to his destina tion. : Recently he made one daring attempt on Broadway and sought refuge in a dance ball. There he met a charming Ameri can.' girl- of r Polish family, to whom he made such ardent love that before the evening, was over she had, promised to many'Iiim in the morning. .;''?? ' -?! OMNIBUS QUARREL. ?TheV 'were married and spent the first ew days of: their honeymoon viewing New /Yorfe, and then they decided to go to Atlanti...