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NOT AN ACROBAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

NOT AN ACRflSAT. Everything was ready, and tho stage manager rubbed his hands in eager antici pation. . ' He took one swift look round, and men noaaea ior toe curtain to go qr-. but the man Whose duty it was to attend to this took no notice. - 'Nor, then, *ake up!' shouted tha Biauajjer hoarsely. 'Everything's ready. Run up that curtain.' The man standing uear the . curtainrais ing apparataus scowle4 darkly. : ' 'Run up the curtain yourself, he, re plied heatedly. 'I'm a stage band, not a blooming squirrel.' '?? ?

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SCHOOLGIRLS REVOLT. Lecturing the Head Master. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

SCHOOLGIRLS REVOLT. Leduring the Head Master. The head master of on« of the girV High schools at Belgrade, Serrit, paraded all the. pnpiU From- 15 _ to 80 ro«ro nf nun. nnd lold them that if they did uot wear, tue pmin irooiu regula tions prescribe,' stop using roiige and lip stick, and stop shaving then' eyebrows, they would be txpslled, 'even if the daughters of a Cabinet Minister.' Many people regard Mr. Karlikovitck's step as opportune. Belgrade is a town that strives very bard to be five minute*, ahead of Paris, and crebrow^havibB: took hold of tho high school girls like fire to tinder. Serbian girls often hare a mar vellously thk-k and luscioua eyebrow, and there was a trace of regret for the 'good old times' in the head master's dictum. - that he 'considered a girl's eyebrows her greatest ornament.' ? On tht day following his action,** lively protcEt eamo from otto girl in the form Of an open letter to her bend master. When her mother Heard the n#vr«, thi* young lady declared...

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 — 2 January 1929

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Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

A COOL SUGGESTION. Drink Woo-Jroofe'» 0W Styft Giafer Botr.

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE WEATHER [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

THE WEATHER ?'Wftft^ra' denies MJfKb»; ? ? , ! h (he Slrti map tbt feob*ri tit Boo ti equal feifeifViirie ^ pftt? ?die tft ttoiwi, ttiViluH b*lni ihdiqited by tlie flgilia |iv«fllal lh- end of HCh iiM. DirecUon of tbj wind it showai by itttwt flyi* ;. »i*ih««Sfld}-;. . , ?... . -? ?, ' ?;:.?? .????-'.??'????:. strong bf*K---—- } o»fe-- -.'?-? ? 't; :; '?.'? : I 6. HpHSeHU alB. the «Ute ef the lea tt gbown by tt* itfffiW 8. (flflooth), it. (fflodsftl^i B.(rppgb),y.8. (veryrougM.SbadiBf : / kdiciia ttin bi ftl^., ? '-?? . -?-?-: ?'Wftft^ra' denies MJfKb»; ? ? , ! h (he Slrti map tbt feob*ri tit Boo ti equal feifeifViirie ^ pftt? ?die tft ttoiwi, ttiViluH b*lni ihdiqited by tlie flgilia |iv«fllal lh- end of HCh iiM. DirecUon of tbj wind it showai by itttwt flyi* ;. »i*ih««Sfld}-;. . , ?... . -? ?, ' ?;:.?? .????-'.??'????:. strong bf*K---—- } o»fe-- -.'?-? ? 't; :; '?.'? : I 6. HpHSeHU alB. the «Ute ef the lea tt gbown by tt* itfffiW 8. (flflooth), it. (fflodsftl^i B.(rppgb),y.8. (very...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
INTANGIBLE DRUGS. Doctor's Wonderful Claim. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

INTANGIBLE DRUGS. Doctor's Woflder.ui Claim. Much dramatic and remarkable evidence was given at thd resumed Itiftuest at Es- mouth last tiioiith ofi Mr. E. A. Chi Chester, a man 'of 75. At a previous hear* Wving taken ttfd pdWderg fecSiVed f»m i Mr. Kabhael Roche, ef London, hn un' jualifled pfactitioner, became. V6ry ill,. and jcd. ? ?-.??*????? Mr. Roc-be gave evidence, claiming many Sah(ie^ Cures, aud etplainlnii his ' system ti usinn druirs in non-tangible qUantltie*. The first Witne&s was Dr. Walker, of iimouth, who, at the previous hearing tad asked for an analysis Of the powders. He laid he vu Hturfied, after the Ihatytfj, that tbe poWdefi cdntalhed iio poison: he thought death If As due td a canceroui growth. Mr. H C. Leon, a barrister represent* Ine Mr. Roche asked:— 'Are you correctly reported- as gayinc; at the last hearing, 'What we want to find out is the consti tution of these powders for w« feel either that & person who charges Io gs, ia a raud if the ...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BAROMETER. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

BAROHttER. NrcSHUJ It 9 iTElMk Hit tiikii 30.08. NrcSHUJ It 9 iTElMk Hit tiikii 30.08. Th« feltdwifif tible gives tks sK-ksinl/ oo*. tttta US redtTcecT U WeSn sea level Ud ttre- Wt«B«idlnj» ^firing the lirt threi dtji ti left, fiir Ifi3 sm&ta tfivltj. e6rrVt$dMlojt «lb tB«. WCattiU had:— - ? ? ? ? : S k.vU I tjn. I i-H. f »;ht iilndaf .. .. 29.^9 36. 67 30.04 30.08 ilondiy .. .. 3rO4 30.07 29,97 99,9(1 ruwdir i. . . iO.ii 89.60 i\.H S0.08 Eoutli AUstrllla Australia (Issued 9 p.m., Tuci Uj-).-'OtdCrmlly 6At, with fool BOulHeHy *UiU«. Ocrad fifecact. FrnK lobthefly wlMs and fnoikrsle to rather rough seas ettt lirMi thi bight, ilM JtVIKFAtt. ' . No rain was fetrarteii in South Australia for Ih3 U hollfs tndea it 8:10 a.m. od-Ttt«d»y, ? ? ' inUfBtitt. ? ; 'Western Australlar-^BrooAc, 9- poifttl; Met kalfiirra, 26) YiIkoo* 4| Uwlcrs. 57; Later ton, ISi SUj4orirerS6i Soulhifil Cfoii, 13; Ssperincr, 11; BalladonU, Si: EltfllREs, 1. Llgbt to moderate r»!n recorded In foldfields ind ...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FEAT OF HIGH FINANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

FEAT OF HIGH FINANCE. 'I hear you. .lent Biggs 5/ last night,' said Tomkins. ... ? 'True,' replied Simmons,' 'but it was inly an investment. ' It will come back' iu uk, ijiukb uwes xiick o/, ana win hand my two half-crowns to him.- - Dick will then pay it to Sam, who lent him. that amount last week. Sam will then cive it to Joe in settlement of an old-bet. Joe owes me the same amount, and. I shall take care to set it from him immediately he receives it from Sam. * I always looked on Joe's debt as 9 bad one, bnt by this means I shall set my own back,'- i ' .. .

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 — 2 January 1929

A Large and Complete Map of the SUtte. . (New Edition.) ? Tourists* Road Map South Australia. Price 2/-. Posted 2/2. Obtiinablt firm The ArtomoWk AwocUlion of S.A., iO BoolutOen, «r Tk Refirttr Ofict, Gr«f«U Strwt, Adcludt. Copyrighted, Printed, «ocj Publuied by W. K. Thonu drCo.

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 — 2 January 1929

COMMERCIAL PRINTING OF ALL KINDS ' EXECUTED/ AT THE REGISTER General Printing Office. ' ^^Lhiii^^h^H^^B^H^L^^^^ -if ^^^?ssHfisBfsBliiwf s^iHHll B^sKiJlilF'^ am^ vJ ^sssssssSIt' V^^^ a.^^. J^MB^r^ ? «*S' ^EHf s^BUliH ' ^^^jg^P^B fjp^B ^ ^^^B^^^B^B ^^k^H^B^BW^ - - ; .^c^4sbbbbb^^^LiW^. ? -.^^BBS^^BBBsV-SBBBBBBBBBBBBKii^isv ' : Among the many Seasonable Attractions now offering, ivc arc displaying nn Extensive Range of .Beautiful ' 'Upholstered Suites/ 'Sec our Window Displays for suitable and durable Gifts for the New .Year.8eason.v . EASY CHAIR, ' ' ' '' ' '][ : .- :,,,-?' '. '?.'?'' with wide, square 693.— This very charming and massive. Upholstered ?' ? ? arms, ??. strongly .'] - ? Suite is suitable for almost any room. The -Chairs P'^ A' 'i f\l made, j upholstered /C\ are particularly large and comfortable, and''all .three '.+ -SZL.' Ill/ — ^.Shadow-.. . Tissuo/i-.-F*^/™ pieces have same high bicks and arched' tops.' -The ?''*'T. '*?'/ NEW-/ YEAR .Vw Suite throughout is fully spru...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NO LONG SPEECHES Tune limit in Parliament [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

^NCJ^L^NGwSE^flES^ rime^Uiiut in Parliament. Last session,! in the Canadian House of Commons, for the first time, a time limit of 40 minutes 'for speeches was imposed, the only members exempt from the rule Dung ine rrurnier, ana me jjeaaer Ol ine Opposition. Several members found diffi culty in keeping to the rule, and there were several disconcerting incidents, so that at the end of the session the de Bire waB expressed that some method of warning might be devised for the» purpose of intimating that the 40 minutes were drawing to a close or had expired, says a Central News message from ' Ottawa. The Speaker promised to have the matter looked into, and said that some provision for the convenience of members would be arranged for the next session. It was in timated that a system of green and red signal lights would be installed. , It has now been decided that such a de vice would bo derogatory to the dignity of Parliament, and no mechanical apparatus is to*be;used unless, or until, t...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
HOLIDAYING AT SEMAPHORE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

HOLIDAYING AT SEMAPHORE. Despite th,; counter-attraction of the car nival at Largs Bay. a crowd, which was estimated at 40.000, enjoyed the Sema phore beach on Tuesday. The motor traf fic was exceedingly heavy, and a fleet of about 40 tramway buaes catered 'for the needs of the public. Not an accident wss reported for the day; bnt, as in nsn&l on holidays/ 20 cliildren were taken to the police station until claimed by their parent*. While at the station the chil dren were looked after T-y members of t .women police. ' ? '; ? '

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WHEEL LOCKED. But Car Stolen. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

WHEEL LdCkiiD: But Cdr Stolen. Presenting 4 ticket to bne ot the ht tfehdaflte,, two young hien 6h Tuesday night stole,a.;motbr ear from 'a parkiu'g area ihr. the city; where th6 vehicle* afe nade comparatively.; safe by hiring a block locked on to a Tear wheel. This IS 'bflievea to be the flwt theft of Us kind in Adelaide. The property; bf Mr. Arthur Senn, of Maud Btreeti - TAley, the ear VfiS left with tDe '.attefidafltj it a CfWnfeli Btrtct 4hSa at 7J0 o'elock', yrnen, the. wheei Va i ieieuredi At about 8 o'clotk twb young' mcn.v presented the necessary ticket, claimed .the'-ar,'4h4 3fove oft when the block, was' 'bnlockjsd .'tot them* ' Tile Sl??hine..is_-:J55riippet, light, brown, and numbered .98162. . .

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SCARE AT PARKSIDE. Girl's Report of naked man. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

SCARE AT PARKSIDE. Girl'i Rwoft «rNiktrJ Mm Lat6 'Bit night a girl atParbide, in 4 State of alarm, told lief brother Ihat when she was walking home she had Been a man entirely without clothiiig holding a lighted cahdle 'ift\fr6rit df himi He was sUftaini in thegaMW 'of a florae. Tbe pblice Vvere infoHrled, slid atlubligh a. Search 6f the neighbouihdda was made, nobody of, this description was. geehi

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
OFF THE DEEP END [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

OFF THE DEEP END, Everytmng bad been done to mak* tlie meeting a success, and a large hall -and a. good speftkeV. had been «hgage'a. Wbetl tUa t&ttef ifHfeil lie Gel-ftiM Trt « mffls/1 fame bt Mind. He bebkdned the. CttaiN 'I should like td hive a glass of: Water nt my table, if you please,1' he' &{&.' ?T6' drinkf' liked the cBalrmatit /JpBi lift,1' wal' the eafcisljd Mtert. 'Wften IVebfea JpttWfll for half; an lour I do * high dM.ff ,

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PERTH CUP. Won by Jemidar. Record Time Registered. PERTH, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

pra«: Won by Jemidar. Record Time Registered. - ? PEP.TH- TurAaT. The Perth. Cup was run to-diy in delightful weather before a ' record 'crowd* ' The going was 'good, and the winner of (he cup clipped a quirtiT of a second off the State record, CUP -HURDLES. ? About two miles and. a quarter. ROUGE CRLSERIRE, by Warrigal— Rouge Queue, 10 st 2 ft. (T. Chandler) .... 1 Raymond Terrace, 12 it' 2 ft. (F. Boots) I Prince of Sanuw, 10 rt. 4. ft. (C. Klugt) S Other starters — Old Boy, Cossowary, Sir Lucul. lus,- Warpath. . ? ? Betting— 7 io 4 agst Prince Samoa, t t» I UOLGE CRlMEIiK. A to 1 Raymond Ter rnce. fKridends— H.O. .for 10/. £i 14/; place, ter lengths between recbud and third. Time, 10.', £1 SI. and 12/,- ?' .. , Won by half a length* with two and a quar. 4.18. ? EPSOM H.*A*DICiP. Sctcu furlongi--, '? EUPATOR, by Eudprns-ilaay' Beglg, 7 st -C ft. (E. O'Sulilvan) ? . . ;. ..-...?.. 1 Ccrimon; 8 it 4. ft*. (H. Bastian) .... .. t Prince Nassau, 0 st. 9 ft. (E. McClure) 8 .- Other star...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
POLICE DOG TESTS. Picking Out Marked Coins [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

POLICE DOC TESTS, Picking Out MirkedCoks. ?i?5^-5iartediOUt ^ their intelligence, aMdlenfcfe, ipeed, and general usefulness, £-fcAP't » the 6p-B police dog. trials for Al^tianh at the Crystal Palace*. L6n aon. _ Ihe dogs w#fe hlten the strictest tests for obedience, Such as lying f6r 15 *'nu£e» *' *n open field motionless while tBeir ftastef waked ..way, and beinj; ^mFfceimt?u.a-)uic/ ^1*c6 « feeat t^0'-' tb tbcfti, whicit they were not allowed K*?ufchi , At the. sllglitest sign oi- mut tered word from their master when rnn mng at full 'speed a ctosb a field they had to slop dead and lie down or return and fetneve an article some 100 yards away. The hardest test of all was the criminal SifV-T -A x^an was Mfeful'r paddfed and hidden ih the crowd. They had to find the criminal, 'ba-y' him Without laudi lng liini, estort hitt, defend their blaster from afi altacjc with, a gun and elicki chase the tntriinal when he ran away, ?? ?* IflS^t of a'' rcturp from, the chase at a*ortl shouted '...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MENTONE TO-DAY [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

lttNTQNE T(W)AL 1 AK-rXoriW HANDICAP. J.,^0 . 0,,, no,. it ft. ?*--?? ? it ft. 3ir Lanlai . . 8- » Molenn* . '. ... 8 0 fknneuncer . -. . 8 « ? , Hnrry Back -.' . ! II Red Javelin . . 8 .4 Thrawn - . , . 7 6 Pendennii-. . . 8 2 Mira'i Luck . . 7 4 Sing Tumnt ..82 Roinaform .... 7 4 Bobadeeh. . . 8 2 Russett Wings . 7 0 Coybeau ..... 8 '0 Arley. .'-,., 7 0 frince Luden* .80 ' '91 K— HESTONE PLATE. : ^ : ;r.#.-LV * ,; Six furlongs.. ... .. Phonic . . , » 6 Forfarla ..... 7 8 Byron . . . . . 8.10 .TriUo ... .77 Bonny,. . ... . 8 8 Kaoota ? 7 5 Myarin . . , . . 8 6 Baxtgi ;... 7 6 Ktmiroy- ...81 Shady Nook . , 1, 4 The Flag . .82 Grovene .... 613 Royal Joker ..80 Cen-ante) .... 0 B Salonla .... 7 12 t) AR— MENTONE PURSE. A.txi ? SU Inrlongs. Awynner .... 8 12 King Turaut ... 7 10 Alvina. ... , 8 10: Original . . . . 7 C Cybslliis . . 1 . S S SaluUris .... 7 , Eutonche . i . . 8 4 Tairaraunga . 73 Spoke . .;.?* 8 4 .Wallah ...... 7 .S Silk Flag'. . . 8. 2 Mtsa Aristoc . . 7 0 Lorenk ... ...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A GERMAN "RAFFLES." During Escape From Prison. [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

AGEmfRAFFLES/1 Diritag bcipt Frbffl Priwn . A German fiaftlee, Sari fiernotat, wlio first dame under bublic notice in 1922) for a series of. bUrglarieff in the West'Ettd Sf BerlifK has «scat-ed ffJiri jail ih Ooli now, jromerama, witn enni acteristlc aar iti and ijfijtudbnee. }Vheh hb was first affefetca Bternbtat lived in' a, sumptuously iufhUh'ed flat in ii fashlbnable street of Berlin, prove i first-cjais car, kept three facehorsesi and' proudly anhbunccd him WIf da' the large 'brass dooxplatc as 'Director -.Bernotat;'! With the assis tance of- bribed _ officials and his chief accomplice, Kaminski, he spirited away all papers relating- td thrj ciise, and finally Kaminski, by posing as Bernotat's law yer, contrived his, escape. After, a aeries bf depredations irt Cologne and Wiesbaden, they were caught again) however. ad- sentenced to 10 years' penal 'servitude. ? - ?In broad rlayhgbt. and wearing eotivitt cldtBeSj Berhotit Bis rlotf walked out 6f his prison at Gollhd^i Some houk ...

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ANKLE BROKEN [Newspaper Article] — The Register News-Pictorial — 2 January 1929

ANKLfe BrBken. William. G. HoWell (2BJ, of Barton tch ^ShSttyMfM^' *«,ndtnitted to the AafelMcfe HpsjlM at 12^0 o'clock this ffiofnlfai BuffeHhg rtomi. compound frac ture ot the ankle) sam t& h»ve besn caused when hi» motor ey«l8 collided wita a motor csr. -..- ?-.-?-.?? j ?

Publication Title: Register News-Pictorial, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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